Ep 113 Bill Garrett: To be Fair, Shouldn’t it be Donkey Days?
It’s that time again – Bishop Mule Days. We’re going to bring you back to that wild adventure with an interview with Bill Garrett, of Garrett Jackstock. He came all the way from Stillwell, Oklahoma to show off his gorgeous ass. We would know, because we looked (ba-dum-dum)(And yes, we will take every cheap and easy shot we can on this one). Mule days is a wild, colorful celebration that highlights all the differences that can occur when you cross a donkey and a horse. Mules come in all shapes and sizes - big, small, short, tall, brown, white, spots, stripes (well, maybe not stripes, but for the zedonk people I’m sure that exists somewhere). There is variety everywhere you look in Bishop this month, whether it’s the equines or the people you go to see.We’ll be heading east this month while Bill is heading west, so we’ll probably cross somewhere on the I-10. We’ll put our hand out and wave as soon as we see those big ears sticking out the side of the trailer. They’re irresistible. So join us for today’s podcast, where Bill shows us his…donkey (Mammoth Jackstock, to be specific). He has been breeding them and heading to Bishop for more years than many of you have been alive, and can name names to prove it. All rated G, of course.Links:https://www.garrettjackstock.com/https://muledays.org/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulehttps://about.usps.com/newsroom/national-releases/2020/1117-usps-announces-upcoming-stamps.htmSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/agriCulturePodcast)
Bill Garrett, GSA, Director, Personal Property Management Policy, Office of Government-wide Policy is a graduate of United States Naval Academy and has held personal property and policy positions with the U.S. Federal Government civilian agencies since 2009. He has worked with the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. An active NPMA member, Mr. Garrett was the President of the Federal Center Chapter for 2 years. He has been at GSA for just over a year now. This podcast is brought to you by the Andrew James Advisory Group. AJAG provides training in the ISO 55000 standard. Find other podcasts, videos, papers, and more, at AssetLeadership.net
AC Radio: The Lasting Impacts of Bill Garrett and George Taliaferro
The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we welcome special guest Bill Murphy to share the stories and of Bill Garrett and George Taliaferro -- two legendary IU athletes because of their supreme skill and athletic achievement, but more importantly because of their impact on racial integration at IU, the Big Ten, and college sports nationwide.Plus, a reflection on how the current Hoosiers are handing the tumult of the last 10 days, and an update on when voluntary workouts will begin. And we also answer audience questions.All that and much more on this edition of The Assembly Call.On the mics: Andy, Ryan, Coach, and special guest Bill Murphy
“Choose Your Cause” with Bill Garrett, founder of Felony Foundation
Not Quite Strangers & Time to Come Alive Podcast
Anonymous: “I’m stronger because I had to be, I’m smarter because of my mistakes, happier because of the sadness I’ve known, and now wiser because I learned.” Going to prison for a felony charge was a major turning point for Bill Garrett. As a result of serving seven years, he deepened his relationship with God, found the love of his life, and founded an organization to serve and rehabilitate those who get a second chance at life. Highlights: Prison as a place to learn and grow Opportunities to rehabilitate Turning your pain into a blessing Connect with The Felony Foundation Like TFF on Facebook #TimeToComeAlive #ConnectToJoy #Prison #Inmate #FelonyFoundation Subscribe to my YouTube channel and access new and past episodes! To receive episodes in your inbox, subscribe at www.TimeToComeAlive.com. Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher.
We're giving over the whole of Episode 490 of Folk Roots Radio to a fabulous in-depth conversation with Bill Garrett who sat down us at the 2019 Folk Music Ontario conference to talk about his long career in music and the development of the wonderful boutique folk music record label Borealis Records. We wrap up the conversation with music from Bill Garrett, Bill Garrett & Sue Lothrop, Naming The Twins, Durham County Poets and Shelley Posen. Check out the full playlist on the website:
 The Remarkable Story and Legacy of Bill Garrett (with Tom Graham)
The Assembly Call IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
On this episode of The Assembly Call, Tom Graham joins me to discuss the ceremony and Bill Garretts remarkable story and legacy. If ever there has been a cant miss episode of The Assembly Call, I believe it is this one.
Transmission Talk - Guest Bill Garrett from Exedy Clutches
Bill Garrett from Exedy Clutches is on the show this week. We talk about Exedy's presence in both the OEM & aftermarket world as well as the automatic transmission segment. Also on this episode we debate on what choices Bill has for his new daily driver.
In 1948, African American Hoosier Bill Garrett made his varsity debut at Indiana University, directly challenging the Big Ten ban on black players. Learn more about his story in the first episode of the Indiana Historical Bureau's official podcast, Talking Hoosier History. Read the show notes here.
PRI Show Part 2 - Guest Bill Garrett & Savanna Little
Back again with part 2 of our PRI Podcast! Bill Garrett is still with us and we finally talk about who he is and what he does. We get into why Exedy is the right choice for your vehicle whether it's your daily driver or your full blown race car along with some general car talk from Chystler 300s to a single slammer hondas. After the break Model, Time Attack driver and Exedy sponsored driver Savanna Little joins us to talk about her LS swapped 350z race car, her modeling career and whats in store for the 2017 season.