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Charlie Highlights the Evil Work of Alfred Kinsey

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | Last month

Charlie Highlights the Evil Work of Alfred Kinsey

"Alfred Kinsey. It is part of the agenda to sexualize your children. Kenzie said the only unnatural sex act is that which you can not perform. Doctor Kinsey is an evil man. Highly influential in the field of child sexuality and child psychology. One of his disciples was a guy by the name of, I think it was, was it Alfred miss John money? I know money was the last name. Kinsey was a sinister person. He was born in 18 94 to 1956. There's something called the Kinsey institute at Indiana University, where it has two women looking like they're in a romantic relationship together, exploring sexuality relationships and well-being. The fact that Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, has the Kinsey institute. I mean, Kinsey was as close to an intellectual defender of pedophilia that you will find. That is still considered to be acceptable and decent society. Mackenzie institute at Indiana University it has an about, it says our mission is to foster and promote a greater understanding of human sexuality and relationships through research outreach education and historical preservation. Their logo is the flower of Aphrodite in Greek mythology Aphrodite is the goddess of desire love sexuality and maternal reproduction. You guys can see it for yourself.

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

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Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

"The the Hoosiers Hoosiers held held number number thirteen thirteen Ohio Ohio state state to to twenty twenty one one second second half half points points in in twenty twenty six six percent percent shooting shooting in in a a sixty sixty seven seven fifty fifty one one win win are are you you forward forward trayce trayce Jackson Jackson Davis Davis was was on on fire fire all all night night with with twenty twenty seven seven points points and and twelve twelve rebounds rebounds coming coming off off that that Penn Penn state state game game that that we we need need when when we we need need one one bat bat and and so so it's it's just just the the preparation preparation this this week week I I thought thought we we had had a a great great week week of of practice practice coming coming off off that that game game we we had had a a little little sit sit down down as as a a team team we we figured figured some some things things out out and and we're we're locked locked in in from from start start to to finish finish we we play play harder harder than than them them tonight tonight and and I I think think it it showed showed the the Hoosiers Hoosiers held held the the Buckeyes Buckeyes top top scorer scorer E. E. J. J. Lovell Lovell to to eleven eleven points points in in snapping snapping a a four four game game Ohio Ohio state state winning winning streak streak and and handing handing the the Buckeyes Buckeyes their their first first conference conference loss loss Indiana Indiana is is now now eleven eleven three three Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Bloomington Bloomington Indiana Indiana

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"bloomington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"By the judge and to see the video again the judge will allow the jury to review that footage in the courtroom that's to happen shortly ABC 7 legal analyst gill sofer I never ceased to be amazed at how thoughtful jurors are where they are told these this is the law These are your instructions These are the facts that you're considering you're applying a lot of the facts They take that very seriously Rittenhouse is accused of killing two men and wounding a third during protests and Kenosha Wisconsin last summer He says he acted in self defense the defense also filed a motion for a mistrial with prejudice today Illinois state rep Dan Brady of Bloomington is the first Republican to announce a bid for Secretary of State My goal is to make sure that the people don't know that there's no sector states offices and office about the service and we get back to that priority of service It's an office of service not public policy 22 year incumbent Democrat Jesse White is not seeking reelection backing Brady at his announcement today House Republican leader Jim durkin of western springs Brady has been a strong advocate for small businesses for Democrats are also in the race The Surgeon General says tech companies especially social media need to do more to combat COVID misinformation at today's White House COVID-19 response team briefing doctor Vivek Murphy said even he has to deal with the problem I've even heard some of these myths from my own family members who have received misleading videos and false articles through text chains and social media feeds With COVID-19 cases climbing in Chicago Chicago's public health commissioner doctor Alison R what he says it could be a rough winter Although we're a little ahead.

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No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

"Ohio state's explosive offense was on full display in a fifty four to seven win at Indiana running back Trey Veon Henderson had three touchdowns in the Buckeyes total three hundred fifty two passing yards quarterback CJ Stroud passed for four touchdowns Ohio state has won five straight games by an average margin of forty one points and is now six and one overall and foreign in the big ten Indiana has lost three straight and falls to a win for the conference Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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"bloomington" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I've been playing I've been holding out for my son to come home His mother says she needs answers She wants to know what happened to her son and why He was last seen in Bloomington the.

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Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana

"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up

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Militia Leader To Be Sentenced in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Militia Leader To Be Sentenced in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"The leader convicted in two thousand seventeen bombing at a mosque in Minnesota faces sentencing today the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group who thirty say was the mastermind behind the two thousand seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota Emily clear hair he was previously known as Michael Hary and recently said she is transgender faces a mandatory minimum of thirty years in prison for the attack on the dar al Farooq Islamic center several worshippers were gathered at the center to pray when a pipe bomb was thrown through the window open imam's office co defendants said that Harry let the group and came up with the plan to attack the mosque motivated by a hatred for Muslims cited in the manifesto known as the White Rabbit handbook Kerry's attorney Shannon Elkins is asking U. S. district judge Donovan Frank for no more than the minimum thirty year sentence and says the gender dysphoria and misinformation fueled Aries inner conflict that led to the bombing prosecutors are seeking a life sentence well no one was physically hurt in the attack prosecutors say the bomb was an act of terror I'm Jennifer king

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"bloomington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Downtown 79 Bloomington, 79 up in Kokomo this afternoon. We also have Friday Night football. Fantastic evening. I think everybody who has any plans to head out to watch her to play should be mainly dry, mostly sunny skies temps in the mid seventies in the low seventies by the end of the game tonight with mostly clear skies. And tonight we'll continue to see our attempts fall into the lower sixties, so not nearly as cool as this morning for a lot of spots, But that's just because we do see warmer air return as early as tomorrow We'll see winds out of the south southwest upwards of 15 MPH. So a breezy day We'll see a lot of sunshine Temps in the mid to upper seventies as early as your lunch hour tomorrow by noon and then highs in the mid to upper eighties. Tomorrow afternoon. You'll also notice a slight uptick in terms of humidity levels over the next couple of days. Here, especially tomorrow afternoon will be approaching that discomfort line. Highs tomorrow mid to upper eighties as we head through the afternoon. Tomorrow should be mainly dry. We should see a mix of sun and clouds through the morning through the afternoon, too, so really know whether hiccups on tap for us to start off the weekend and attempts going to continue to climb Sunday 88 degrees will be nearing 90 still, even heading through the early half of next week Tuesday highs in the mid eighties and with that our humidity levels are going to increase, too, so it is looking slightly uncomfortable. As we head through the next few days here, so your weekend forecast calls for more summer like feel. 85 Saturday 88 Sunday Colts game versus Seahawks during the day on Sunday, we'll start off warm will end the game on kind of a stuffy and uncomfortable note. And then after that precept chances are going to increase, especially heading through the day on Tuesday are Peterman Brothers, Heating and Cooling, eight day forecast shows shower activity, returning as early as Tuesday. Isolated storms. 84 degrees Wednesday, 83 with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms, too. And once that cold front moves through the state temperatures are going to cool become a bit more refreshing with highs in the mid seventies roadways this morning for the most part. Look, Okay, if you're coming in from the North side, this picture here near I 4 65 Ditch Road east and westbound lanes Look fantastic. We're starting to see more headlight activity, but the good.

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Optimal Training Path for Success on Difficult Hikes

Another Mother Runner

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Optimal Training Path for Success on Difficult Hikes

"Talk a little bit about our training. I mean so. I basically modified the program. That i gave that i gave you guys for the grand canyon and i will say that we have at about if you're listening and you're like the indian or i wanna do yosemite or another big hike is about seventy percents away there for prime time in our training programs as just one of those things that it's just kind of been stalled by life in the pandemic and everything else so maybe this'll finally podcastone finally per spur us to get it up but talk a little bit about the training and stuff you guys did. Yeah so the train you said. It's not really well so we foy there was up. I look back at what we did. And i feel like we entered. I entered this training round in a better place. I think. Then the grand canyon had a train to start treating for the grand canyon But misplace. I felt pretty good spat with strength training. Three times a week And you set up with gradually increasing longer aches hikes and you know specific distances. We had to hinch elevation gains. We had to hitch A lot of the. I did supplement my strength training with some of your exercises more around the pre stuff that mobility work which i think is super helpful because of the impact and being on your feet so much Was super helpful You know the max hike that we did we had on our schedule was fifteen. Miles was a target and three thousand feet of elevation so in minnesota at natch Which we did is we started. Actually are training going to highland hills in bloomington and just going up and down. The ski hills and that is my ground zero through other hikers. Were training for other an epic events. We bumped into someone there who had done half dome sober. He was trained in for sunday. Hideout washington And so just part of me that part of the train alone and bumping into people's super inspiring and gain a little bit in sight in their experiences. So you know we did so back to the training routine it. Was you know strength three times. A week Just narrow able to keep going our classes or we could drop in on yours as well. you know. There was some run walking mixed in there one day a week or two days a week and then a big hike on the weekend

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What's the Rumpus About Networks2021 Conference?

NETfrix - Network Science Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

What's the Rumpus About Networks2021 Conference?

"So and what's dumps. thank you for having me. We are getting into the final countdown for the conference. This conference is unique because for the first time it brings together to network societies that. Come from different disciplines. The sun belt conference which is the annual conference of the international network for social network analysis. And then the Netsai conference which is the network science society's annual summer conference to our onto the largest societies. And they have different histories so the international network for social network analysis has been around for a while. I think it's over forty years old and it has its history in social network analysis and particularly the social sciences. But lots of people from that community come from health organizational studies so they call sunbelt meeting because many years ago the organizers wanted to get out of the winter and they wanted to go somewhere warm so usually they were held in the spring in either tampa earth san diego and eventually they started branching out and holding them internationally. The sunbelt has its own tradition of being developmental and context so they accept a lot of abstracts and they recognize that people may bringing work in progress to the conference. Nets has been grown over the years. It was founded in two thousand and six actually Bloomington was the first iteration of netsai. Here in indiana the folks who come to that are coming from physics or informatics. Neurosciences the large neuroscience group. You'll see a lot of overlap with complex systems as well. so those are the big differences. I think

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"bloomington" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lumpy juice. Meat is so expensive. Prices actually started creeping up in the mid sixties, when the federal government was spending heavily on both the Vietnam War and the Great Society. Nixon froze prices in the early seventies, but that just postpone the pain once controls were lifted. Prices bounced even higher by 1978. Jimmy Carter was calling inflation America's most pressing domestic problem. Fighting inflation will be a central preoccupation of mine during the months ahead. And I want to arouse our nation to join me in this effort. Despite the tough talk from Nixon, Ford and Carter prices kept climbing. Economist Blinder, who later served as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, says psychology was partly to blame. In the seventies, Americans came to believe that high inflation was here to stay. And that expectation became a kind of self fulfilling prophecy. If your business and you expect the inflation rate to be 5% you likely when it comes time to set the prices for the next year, go up 5%. On the other hand, if you think inflation is gonna be 1% from you more likely to go up 1%. Ultimately it took a crackdown by cigar chomping Fed Chairman Paul Volcker to break that cycle. Loker Slam the brakes on the economy by raising interest rates to 20%. He told the MacNeil Lehrer News Hour. Tough medicine was necessary to prove he was serious about getting inflation under control. There. Some point to stand was gonna break and the psychology is going to change. It was a painful correction with nearly four million jobs lost. But it worked by 1983 inflation had retreated to just over 3%, and it stayed low for the last four decades. Now, though, with pandemic supply shocks and prospects for red hot demand, fueled in part by government spending, some see echoes of the 19 seventies inflation last month hit 4.2%. But both the administration and the Federal Reserve think that's temporary and their banking in part on changed expectations. We've now had decades of stable prices, and Blinder says that should help to prevent another inflationary spiral. I think the generation that we're adults in that high inflation period will always remember it. But they're a lot of Americans that never lived with inflation at all. So naturally, they don't expect it. Both White House and the central bank are on the lookout for any alarming shift and expectations, but for now, they see a return of runaway inflation. Is about as likely as a comeback for move rings and bell bottom jeans. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Scott County, Indiana, had what's been called rural America's worst HIV outbreak in 2015. Because his I V drug abuse, and the county fought it by accepting a needle exchange program now. With HIV cases dropping dramatically. Scott counties, commissioners were likely to close the exchange for member station. W F I u Mitch Ligon reports the small manufacturing county found itself in the national spotlight when I V drug use like the hundreds of new cases of HIV. Mike Pence was Indiana's governor, then and approved Scot counties. Needle exchange as an emergency measure, I will tell you that I do not support needle exchanges, anti drug policy But this is a public health emergency. Since then, Health Administrator Michele My turn has been trying to help residents get comfortable with the needle exchange. I think a lot of people forgot kind of what 2015 was like and what we went through as a community at the outbreaks Worst, the county saw 22 new HIV cases in a week. It had one in all of last year. Health officials Credit the needle exchange, But two of three county commissioners say it's leading toe overdoses and enables drug use. Neither would grant interviews to NPR. But here's Mike Jones at a recent meeting, one of the things that I really struggle with is that There's no accountability. I don't know where How do you get for somebody to say enough's enough? Those who work at the county's Needle exchange say it's been difficult when many see the exchange as a starter kit for drug users. Kelly Hahn's was struggling with addiction before the outbreak and now works as an HIV test her for the county. These are cottons, and that's used for injection you know, to filter through as they're trying to pull up a lot of people back in the back In my day, you cut off a cigarette filter and you put in there and pulled through the cigarette filter about 170 drug users use the needle exchange each month, Han says It may be their only access to testing healthcare and recovery services. I don't know what any resource is. We're in 2015. And if I walked in and said, I'm struggling, I'm inactive addiction. Somebody help me like I was scared of that judgment. There are over 300 needle exchanges operating across the country. Research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows they help reduce the spread of infectious diseases like HIV and can help people overcome substance abuse. Jericho Hall says that's exactly what the program did for her. It's not just about the needle exchange Is also about people treating you like a human name. Former U. S. Surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams attended that same meeting and praised God counties Needle Exchange as the gold standard at the inferential reprogrammed all over the nation have been the Canada and finality went over there and the way you're doing, you're here is the way it's supposed to be done, but the commissioners say there are treatments for HIV. Are frustrated. They don't seem or people in recovery, and it's aggravated for Ray first responder to mark and somebody and they walk out the ER. There's no there's no Nothing happens. Health officials have warned of what's happening in West Virginia, HIV cases are spiking their as elected officials crackdown on needle exchanges. In Scott County, Indiana. Mathurin says they can transition to a harm reduction program without needles, but she doubts it will be as effective. She expects rising HIV cases to follow suit. For NPR news. I'm Mitch Legan in Bloomington. Wait..

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"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To the Bloomington Very rich. Can Marla's five eyewitness news forecast human today showers and a high near 78 degrees. Showers and 64 continue overnight and then more showers and 78 tomorrow It's a steam he's 63 right now get you to give me the update. This is in my top dirt alert. Update A quick look at what's happening in entertainment. Want the dirt on my talk my talk. Did you want to tell him something something? What if Paul chose group enterprises being sued after a customer claimed a candle bought from the brand exploded? The customer purchased a candle. Who? Well, it's the smells like my vagina Candle. Um, the customer claims that the candle exploded after being lit for three hours and filled his room with smoke. Uh, did he cut the week down? Did he leave it on? Too long? Come on. Now. That is exactly right. You know how to work a candle, a representative. Go ahead, Kenny. Yes. Well, ironically, that's what her real vagina does, too. Yeah, exactly. You perv. Why'd you buy it anyway? A representative for group told TMZ were confident this claim is frivolous and an attempt to secure an outsize payout. From a press heavy product. We stand behind the brand we carry and the safety of the products we sell here. Heritage. The brand that supplies the candle has substantiated the products, performance and safety through industry. Standard testing. When I first read this here, heretic, I thought they were speaking to the band's here. Heritage. Yes, here here, and I'm like, Oh, my God, We got old timey real quick. Now is the heritage. Yeah. Vagina. Candle. Yeah, I smite thee all right, In case you missed it. A few weeks ago, Morgan Wallen fans purchased ads on six billboards in Nashville showing their support for the artist who was caught on video using a racial slur. The ads were purchased on display just before the ACM awards, which banned him from attending. And the same group of fans have now purchased a billboard in Los Angeles to support his to him just ahead of the Billboard Music Awards, which have also decided to exclude him from the ceremony. I just You know, the billboard is gonna be up through May 24th if you love him, and you support him. Buys albums. I mean, don't spend your money on billboards that's just make sure looks like operation. I'm sorry. I mean, it does. It's like what it says to me is that that is an important to you and you're so outraged. By this person not getting their chance in music. Whatever he is ultra rich, you guys. It doesn't matter. His album is selling like hotcakes. He's fine, Probably because of this. Yeah, That's what I'm saying. So, yeah. I mean, I don't know what they think it's going to do, But, yeah. All right. That's the latest or you can find more stories like this In my talk when I was 71 dot com or by downloading our app Thanks for letting everyone know dirt alert. Updates at the top of every hour plus.

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A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown

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"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hashtag t CME t. Yeah. Or you can call in and 6519895855 and be like Rick in Bloomington. Good morning, Rick. Good morning. Thank you. For the Mulligan. Three Quick points to really what? Andrew Language. Same Donald Trump actually advocated an accomplished what the Mitt Romney's and John Case, six have been advocating all their life. Because he was an outsider, Erica to bolster They summarily rejected that. But they're not the face The Republican Party. I don't remember any of them speak. A few packs number two. I have instructed my family should ever go into a coma. Or faint or passed out, or maybe in on my deathbed to take any recording of you guys talking to don and burn fail. It'll perk me right up to three hours to finish any unfinished business number three. I know. John often uses movies. T O make this point. And you don't in the movie American wife. I'm sure both of you have seen. It was one minute left in the game, and Kurt Russell playing her book. Turned his coach after he looked at the Russian coach. He said he doesn't know what to do. Kamala Harris does not know what to do. She isn't competent, and I know Rush Limbaugh I used to say with Donald Trump. What Green is it looks like this is what pushing back looks like Um, what in confidence looks like and maybe it's a good thing. She doesn't go down there because any policy she might put in place with simply accentuate the problem. Worse, tentative. Have a good morning. Guys can't argue with that one. No on and it is, it is incompetence. And, you know, John likes to use the phrase you know, style over substance when it comes to Democrats very often, and it is very appropriate. You know, they run on all these grand ideas They run on playing off of your emotions. They make you feel certain ways in order to get you to vote for him. But then when they get in office, they're like the dog who finally caught the car. They they don't know what the hell to do. Don't know how to govern and governing is not really in the Democrats playbook. They don't really care that much about good governance. They care about winning the elections and getting the power if Democrats cared about good governance than these areas that have been under Democratic control for generations would not be in such awful shape and it is literally across the board. It is a nationwide problem and these thieves major metropolitan areas that Democrats have had a stranglehold on for decades. The education system is usually terrible. The inequities between communities of color and everybody else is, are some of the worst in the nation. The achievement gaps between students of color and everybody else is usually some of the worst in the nation. Crime is out of control. Democrats simply do not care about good governance. No, you know what? Andrew Langer made a point. He said this several times talking about his his for lack of a better word trepidation about President Donald Trump when he got elected, and and I've said before that, when going to the primary process I was I didn't support it and vote for Trump. And then I ended up Getting on board a little bit a little bit later on, But to the point of what your of what you're saying Drew. It really does underscore one of the big reasons. The left has such an issue with Trump of many You know, Trump wasn't a politician, regardless of how you feel about how he got there, right? Um Donald Trump created an empire. It was a good businessman. He just woz. He wouldn't. He had a lot behind him. Regardless of how you feel with the night he got Daddy's money to get there, however, you got that money. He took it. He used it, and he built an empire over it. And when he became president, he was treating the country like a business man. You didn't have the savvy of the politician didn't speak the way when the speak right. They didn't like the way that he used Twitter, But he knew what he was doing in terms of running a good business, and that's how we ran the country and the cunt and it showed. It showed in what he was able to accomplish for the past four years that Ricks right, Kamila Harris, she's in over her head. She doesn't know what she doesn't know what she's doing. And the president himself is a shell of a human being. Who's just taking his orders from either Barack or Susan rice or the people around him, And this is why we are where we are right now we're kind of a rudderless ship in a country that's filled with rudderless rage. Bob inshore of you. Go ahead, Bob. Good morning. I'm a retired metro transit bus driver who worked in Brooklyn Center for 30 years from 1988 on not retired a couple years ago. And I don't know. Are you familiar with the Brookdale Mall and the demise of Brookdale? Not intimately. OK, they used to be a thriving mall there, you know, like ridge Dale or grows stale. And gradually over the years. It started emptying out and I used to go in there on my layover break and I talked to the store owners and they told me about the You know the crime that was occurring in there. The Threats and yelling and shouting and a drove all the customers away the mean the neighborhood Broken center had a lot of climate and they drove Brookdale more out of business. They finally demolished it. And I've personally seen a lot of crime going to work, you know, just driving to work over there. And, uh, you know, the Met counsel. I don't know if they still do it, but they used to like to distribute people throughout the suburbs. They take him the inner city on Yes, And when people see how North Minneapolis has expanded and moved out into Brooklyn center and cause a lot of crime there, they're not gonna want that in their neighborhoods. Is that reasonable or not? Sure sounds reasonable to me. Yeah. I mean, I don't know if any people are aware of it, though, but I saw and I talked to the shop owners who got driven out of business and broke them because they were just kids in there, you know, on its screaming and Has been murders. Even on my way to work. There was a murder there. We'll drink. Drew. You found this. And thanks for the call Bob, But we can get into a little bit more of this later on a couple of different articles, articles by this Michael Tracey on guy Haven't I hadn't seen this person before, but writing about local issues. On talking about media activist do not care about the historic nationwide to surgeon homicides, and he has a subsequent piece talking about our murder where murder Apple is again, you know, and they're right, and there's very little addressing of all of this all of the negative, fall out. From what has taken place with the various controversies doesn't get Tommy. Tommy, Can we talk about it? We cover it on this show. All of the all of the harm that comes to individuals that aren't attached to either, Dante. Right? And we'll get into this order. What happened with George Floyd? But there is just a complete dismissal of of any of of any of that. You know, we have the shooting over the weekend of Sam's top five you, Mister, Listen on the I Heart radio up with some Seven people shot in ST Paul. And what did they do? They get together, the leadership gets together, the faithful, you just get together and we all must come together to stop all of this. It's like when you're not addressing the root cause of the problem here. You're not addressing the root cause the problem, nor are you proposing any effective solutions. The problem, and the fact of the matter is that I know a lot of people out there on the left dark who don't like hearing this and they don't want to see their elected leaders do it, but until you commit To stopping crime with more cops, better trained cops and a justice system that doesn't have a revolving door on the front that spits him right back out on the street. These problems are not going to go away. In the article on The Star Tribune in Operation Safety net in the chemical weapons pose a mystery couple of just quick things in their old quick the state patrol had more than 100 documented cases of troopers being struck by objects thrown by protesters exposure the bear spray used by protesters or being spat on according to expose person. Look, there's no mystery here, right? The law enforcement had adopted and has adopted less lethal means of going and dealing when it comes to two riots. But what do we get now? You know, we don't get Looking at supporting law enforcement to stop the spread of violence of the shootings taking place. Now we get the Star Tribune, you know, pushing out articles like this and it cracks me up because all they do is they wanna peddle in fear Tear gas was created during World War One World War. One tear gas has been around for trench warfare.

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Houston Cougars Earn No. 2 Seed, Face Cleveland State

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Cougars Earn No. 2 Seed, Face Cleveland State

"News. Houston against cleveland stakes. Those of you. That may or may not remember. Calvin sampson was the head coach. In indiana calvin samson got fired in two thousand eight because of doing i dunno recruiting violations. Phone calls all this kind of stuff. Gas where houston is playing cleveland. State in the nc double a. tournament guesswork bloomington assembly hall. Baby there's your breaking news. It just came out acts now. We have got. I got houston. I'm a big houston fan. I didn't calvin a great job. But here's the deal. They're only allowing five hundred total fans in the building other places. Twenty five percent up in marion county indianapolis in tippecanoe where where purdue is so. He's not going to be a lot of fans not going to be a lot of hack lights. But i'm taking houston. Houston damn good basketball team

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"bloomington" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WJR 760

"Going to Bloomington won't be as hard As it used to be. You can just think of yourself on a basketball court anywhere is kind of the feeling these players are having right now. So you mentioned a tournament. All I could think about when you talked about it was Let's just hope we have one. You know, it's still 16 games ago. It's a few months away. But, you know, it also reminded me that the one thing we don't hear about right now, In a lot of big any of the big 10 basketball schools is cases and I hope I don't jinx it by saying that, but I think every team and every program has been very diligent and doing a fantastic job of taking care of themselves and being safe so that potentially hopefully we can have a postseason and, you know, I think that's a great things thus far and you know I'm really glad we're playing in the conference. We're not playing out of conference. Does the big 10 is taking this way Serious and in the tell people at home out fragile. Every game is Before every game. Everybody gets one more test. Think about this if one person Whether it's a coach, broadcaster player, Whatever manager One person. Doesn't test correctly on either team. Game off. Yeah, one person And so for all these teams and all the administrators and all the people involved to continually, you know, test clean. Well, you got to be a little lucky, but the other thing is, you gotta want to have it. No doubt about where we're now being joined by head Coach Tom Izzo. In time.

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800 Miles (MM #3560)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

800 Miles (MM #3560)

"The with kevin mason ovid has been tough on everyone. And it's tough when you've got elderly parents especially when you're not nearby i've talked to my parents more during the pandemic than i normally would. We still hear from every week and my mom's letter but we want to make sure to check into that they're doing okay because we're not so close eight hundred miles away right now. And what's funny is eight hundred. Miles is like what eleven hours by car a little over eleven hours by car. It's actually the second closest. I've ever lived my parents since i graduated college. I've always lived far away from my parents. It's just the way our lives worked closest. We ever lived three hundred seventy five miles and that was for the two years i lived in bloomington illinois when they were still living in springfield missouri. They've been in florida for most of the nineties during that time. I was in indiana and ohio. Now tennessee some about eight hundred miles away right now. Hopefully i won't have to worry about putting that into action. They're doing good and today mom celebrates birthday number. Eighty one special day. And i'll check in again as i always do checking in just a couple of times month just to make sure they're okay especially when you're not nearby.

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800 Miles (MM #3560)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

800 Miles (MM #3560)

"The with kevin mason ovid has been tough on everyone. And it's tough when you've got elderly parents especially when you're not nearby i've talked to my parents more during the pandemic than i normally would. We still hear from every week and my mom's letter but we want to make sure to check into that they're doing okay because we're not so close eight hundred miles away right now. And what's funny is eight hundred. Miles is like what eleven hours by car a little over eleven hours by car. It's actually the second closest. I've ever lived my parents since i graduated college. I've always lived far away from my parents. It's just the way our lives worked closest. We ever lived three hundred seventy five miles and that was for the two years i lived in bloomington illinois when they were still living in springfield missouri. They've been in florida for most of the nineties during that time. I was in indiana and ohio. Now tennessee some about eight hundred miles away right now. Hopefully i won't have to worry about putting that into action. They're doing good and today mom celebrates birthday number. Eighty one special day. And i'll check in again as i always do checking in just a couple of times month just to make sure they're okay especially when you're not nearby.

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800 Miles (MM #3560)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

800 Miles (MM #3560)

"The with kevin mason ovid has been tough on everyone. And it's tough when you've got elderly parents especially when you're not nearby i've talked to my parents more during the pandemic than i normally would. We still hear from every week and my mom's letter but we want to make sure to check into that they're doing okay because we're not so close eight hundred miles away right now. And what's funny is eight hundred. Miles is like what eleven hours by car a little over eleven hours by car. It's actually the second closest. I've ever lived my parents since i graduated college. I've always lived far away from my parents. It's just the way our lives worked closest. We ever lived three hundred seventy five miles and that was for the two years i lived in bloomington illinois when they were still living in springfield missouri. They've been in florida for most of the nineties during that time. I was in indiana and ohio. Now tennessee some about eight hundred miles away right now. Hopefully i won't have to worry about putting that into action. They're doing good and today mom celebrates birthday number. Eighty one special day. And i'll check in again as i always do checking in just a couple of times month just to make sure they're okay especially when you're not

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Trial to begin for man accused in Minnesota mosque bombing

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Trial to begin for man accused in Minnesota mosque bombing

"Way today in Minnesota in the trial of a man charged with firebombing a twin Cities mosque three years ago, prosecutors say 49 year old Michael Harry is an anti government militia leader. Who drove more than 500 miles from his home in Illinois to carry out the attack. Matt Septic with Minnesota public radio reports, the £10 pipe bomb caused heavy damage to the Darl Faruk Islamic Center near the Mall of America in suburban Bloomington. Mosque. Executive director Mohammed Omar was in the room next to the blast. He and four others inside the building did not suffer physical injuries. But Omar says the attack left the congregation shaken. What I'm expecting from this trial is to bring a closure tow tow. This guy's took at least say why they did it. 31 year old Michael MC Border and 25 year old Joe Morris pleaded guilty to hate crime and explosives charges last year and are expected to testify against Harry during the three week trial. For NPR

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Trial to begin for man accused in Minnesota mosque bombing

Latino USA

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Trial to begin for man accused in Minnesota mosque bombing

"In Minnesota. Jury selection starts tomorrow in the trial of the leader of an Illinois anti government group who's accused of being the mastermind behind the 2017 bombing of a suburban Minnesota or Minneapolis rather mosque. 49 year old Michael Hari has pleaded not guilty to multiple civil rights and hate crimes stemming from the pipe bombing of Darryl Farouk Islamic Center in Bloomington. No one was injured, but the mosque was damaged. His alleged accomplices who have pleaded guilty, say the bombing was meant to scare Muslims into leaving the U. S for his trial is expected to last about three weeks.

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"bloomington" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stations. It's 97 degrees at five o'clock. Good evening. I'm Lauren laugh. But the news is sponsored by riverboat twilight dot com. Suspicious circumstances involving a fire in Glendale Heights this morning Cubs begin a serious in Detroit socks are often DePaul has a new head athletic director. I'm bringing more in sports and in business, a record day for the NASDAQ and S and P 501st, wg and traffic. Here's Mary Vandeveld and Travis. Sponsored by Jewel Asco. Some heavy delays on the impound side of the Edens fromthe spur to Skokie because of an accident. It's 40 minutes in From Lake Cook Road. Outbound, some minor Gabor's into SCO Kia's well the Kennedy on ly 22 between O'Hare and Down Sound looking pretty good on the inbound Eisenhower 40 from 3 90 32 outbound with Stella, first upon Satya 55 an accident after Weber left Lane is still blocked with that, and the impound trip from the Tri States. 30 Minutes accident up on Ryan at 63rd on the shoulder. Along with an accident on 57 inbound at Sibley and one of the tri state south on just south of Oakton accident Warn Villa Deal and Winfield also in Naperville, Naperville, in Butterfield in Wheaton, and in Downers Grove at Ogden and 3 55. You'll. Esko is now offering free flu shots in the pharmacy. Get yours today in her in 10% off your next grocery purchase with any immunizations. Some restrictions apply. Get more details at Jewel Osco dot com slash flu. American developed Ned at traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. At least two people are dead after a fire at the water's edge condominium complex in Glendale Heights. It's in yourself Bloomington Road and done, Timon Garris, Jones tells W. G. N He lives nearby and saw it. The first explosion. It was. It was just like a bone exposed like almost a bomb, and then it was like almost.

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"bloomington" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Our driving home for the weekend for school and the university. It takes me about two hours to get home and I left Bloomington around ten. PM. Exactly, in fifty three, I'm on a roll stretch the tooling highway I take home and I noticed what appears to be flashing lights behind me. I thought. Great I'm getting pulled over a so I turned onto the next county road about a quarter mile from where I noticed the lights. As the car games were stop in our search, open my glove box to get out my registration and proof of insurance though I suddenly disappeared. But no car drove past. Now, here's where the story takes a turn for the weird and I'm sure you guys will thank I'm just making it all up because it really does seem like something straight out of a typical ufo movie or story. The electronics in my car started go haywire. The radio was chaining stations all the volume kept going up and down as the Dome late and highlight started to flicker and turn off in back on. This was at ten, fifty six. I Sir Thinking, to myself that my battery must be failing or maybe have a short somewhere in the electric system on my car. So I leaned down the pop the hood. So I can take a look at the battery. and. That's the last thing I remember doing. The next thing I know I opened my eyes nc nothing with the night sky full of bright stars. It. was a cold night and seem like I never seen stars that braid my life. I sat up and looked around and I saw absolutely nothing. Nothing at all. Hours in the middle of a field surrounded by corn stalks leftover from the recent harvest. As I started to come to my senses, I started to freak out. A where am I? Why the fuck am, I sleep in the middle of a fields where the fuck is my car. I gotTa Sarah Walking toward the distant headlights. See from road allow half a mile away. When I got to the nearest intersection I looked at the signs which read three, fifty, north, and fifty west. Hours half a mile away from my car, which was just often they wrote. I started walking the headlights I could see on the road. On our after my car, all always were out my battery died which struck me as odd and because I couldn't have gone for that long. I looked my phone was was sitting on the passenger seat. and timeless to seventeen am. Over three hours had passed since I turned off onto the side road for the flashing lights behind me. I remember sitting in my car completely dumbfounded wondering what the Hell is. Just heavens me. After half an hour of just sitting there. I. Remember Them I battery was dead the. So on the phone culture AAA succumb out Gimme a JOEP. It took about an hour for them to get out to me since I was a good distance away from the nearest town. During which time I just sat in silence running through the possible scenarios in my head concerning what it just happens. To this day, I can tell you what really happened that night. All I know is I can't think of any plausible explanation as awoke up over half a mile away from my car in the middle of a cornfield more than three hours after I had stopped..

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"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I work in Bloomington and I was I was driving home here and I just I just couldn't believe all the smoke and all the destruction did I just witness just looking out my window you know while I was driving home you know I'm a four year Coast Guard veteran and I haven't seen anything like this since I was a kid I mean you know I or or maybe you know later when I was in the service during the Katrina you but my girlfriends are yeah if my girlfriend has cerebral palsy and she lives right near what were all the stuff is going on in Minneapolis and it just it just it's just so heartbreaking to see all the businesses that have been destroyed yeah due to all the samples of looting and violence some glad you're glad you're safe Patrick yeah we were able to to to do that and and thanks for calling in and sharing that with us and and I hope your girlfriend gets through this okay okay thank you thank you don't talk with Paul in in Rogers good morning Paul welcome to it just as injured was city's new stock hello can you hear me yep so I am driving down all right I was driving down earlier this morning down one sixty nine and I saw three unmanned drones to kill teri style drone they were flying towards Minneapolis St Paul area and they were playing extraordinarily low to the ground off of one sixty nine I'm sure other people are seeing that says while they were driving sell around six thirty six forty five at the intersection of one sixty nine down to fifty five down to thirty six Avenue these are flying into the Minneapolis area I'm wondering what is going on and why the what was the drones are coming in well we know why I think we I think we know what's going on the city's been over run the city's been taken under siege an American city has been taken under siege yeah that's what's going on there's one other thing I was looking at earlier you're mentioning that that you can't keep but that the brokers that the protesters that the rights for an American called protesters anyone calling them right at this point they were they have the ability there listening in on police scanners and listening in in coordinating their efforts coordinating their movements all along with people with scanners I was down in the in the Minneapolis area last night off of Lake Street people there there are I saw police police units that were using hand signals in both hands they know they corresponded with what the with what the writers all right what we're doing we're doing is we're done we're done six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the is the is the phone number we're gonna get some more of your phone calls coming up we're gonna be speaking with representatives Tom emmer on the way also I believe will be speaking with the Knicks Wass is on hold as well we got a lot to get to to get her going along today leading up to governor Tim walls and a press conference he's planning on holding at ten AM this morning you're listening to Twin Cities news talk justice Andrew yes this is true making no CBS news time eleven thirty three point five FM patriot from friends over the snoring and sleep apnea dental treatment center look if you deal with sleep apnea like I do and you do not want to deal with the C..

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"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Five W. in Burnsville and Bloomington over the Minnesota river so be ready for that Ken Barlow's five Eyewitness News forecast can saying mostly cloudy sixty eight degrees today back down to fifty overnight and partly sunny seventy one tomorrow it's fifty one right now at my talk wherever you are whenever you want with my talk at live streaming and on demand podcast right there in your pocket download today at my top one oh seven one dot com key word well the to be able to insure you wasting time most that sounds it's time would you normally find a camper mounted on I can't press the great Paul Lynn welcome back everybody stays in an LX is the morning of my talk on seven whatever they get our day meant everything Hollywood squares it's Peter Marshall and the great Paul and one of the legendary center squares on the various iterations of Hollywood squares god can't breast blacks I have investigated six thirty two by the way this time your neck hammock yes there are three options I don't know what deal you've got lax I don't want to get in your finances but there's three options here lacks you can get yep okay was that's right was a gift okay you can get the neck hammock a bundle okay which includes what neck hammock a travel bag and I mask and a do not disturb door hanger I'm not joking I'm not making this up this is real I got all that but the doorknob okay so this is forty nine ninety nine plus shipping and handling okay okay now they have this underlined is the best deals of maclean this may will be what you want to go to any if you want one of these this is the best deal according to cnet camac dot com we have a bite to lax get one free offer wow you get three count them three neck Hammett what is more engine room wait there's more get more more lax you get three neck Hammett three travel bag wow three I mass a partridge in a pear tree the lady that's right the milking ladies lords leader U. zero maids a milking three nobody golden ring this hi masters five of those well you only really only need three do not distort historic door hangers lax no normally retail this would normally run you ma'am about two hundred and forty dollars how are you today lacks how much less I can get it for you right now for the low low payment of ninety nine ninety eight well ordered sealed that's right thanks lex that's a that's your best neck can make a bundle deal right there can a question go yeah please what what happens if you're laying there relaxing.

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"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In in Bloomington I would see your face people think that you know when you serve the people think that the criticism or the articles written about you affects you you actually look at look at it as a positive don't you my friend but I do it because you know any any feedback that I see online in any attention that we get I know that it's good because all of our clients benefit from all that additional traffic that that goes to Chris about dot com you know I I laugh at some of the things that the people say what I've realized that and you guys know this well because you guys have the same situation over at Mike Shockey is that the people that are loudest are are that naysayers and doubters and and there aren't that many of them but they're behind a keyboard saying certain things and and I don't take it personally because I realized that I thought my stuff out there that comes with the territory just out I love the attention I love the feedback is all the feedback that I get whether good bad or neutral leads me to other ideas the better ideas that help our clients mark yeah yeah exactly my friends kids when they see a Billboard scream in the car guaranteed offered so the card game for them every time they see it hi hi guys hi I always just go I I talk I say this in your ads I talked to you like you're talking back to me as I'm driving if I mean alone and I see on the bill were to go ahead Chris what is this every once in a while actually I thank you Jason from by Billboard that's what I know I need some ibuprofen or whatever well I I I'll say this on behalf of the all of us here thank you for your continued support of my talk thank you during good times and bad this proves it right here during good times and bad this is when you really see the true character of people is during crisis it in this is a clear example you did not hesitate as Alexis pointed out and don pointed out to help us help others every time we have something going on yeah during the best of times and now during the worst of times you're there so doing this and shining a light back on you another local business is the least we can do Chris Lindahl thank you for your time thank you so much and thank you my doctors for supporting us thank you Chris open for business I will be doing this periodically spotlighting great local businesses partners of my talk that we especially now would really appreciate really appreciate all of you if you love our show if you've ever liked my talk if you like it now if it's a part of your day now more than ever if you can support the people who support my talk and crystalline dolls one of them Chris Lindahl dot com good guy it is eight seventeen on the dot when we come back from a good guy to a great lady Elizabeth recess next my top one or seven one everything is eleven entertainment yeah we're talking about homes and were spending a lot more time in our homes.

"bloomington" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"But temperate with a little realism it's fine to want to go to Mars it's a wonderful wanna go to Mars but don't tell people we have no hope but then to go to Mars here's our here's stand stand Bloomington Illinois a great to have you on the EIB networks now appreciate your patience hello Sir yes we're in a fan for almost three decades thank you I appreciate that Sir to the point if the Democrats are willing to spend eight billion dollars because of twenty six deaths in because of a potential threats why would they be willing to spend eight billion dollars on a border wall for the very same reason one as you can answer that question you know you've got the answer that question I've got the answer to the question well it's all a matter of giving trouble we are making trump look bad it goes beyond that but I get your point it's not it's it's it's it goes beyond making trump look good or bad it's all yours yes of course lawyers but not not to it's actually a well phrased question I want you to keep up I appreciate I need to keep that up there on the board don't don't don't don't take that off because I'm gonna answer this I'm at eight billion dollars on twenty six deaths and yet we will not spend a fraction of that on the wall why not I mean the question practically answers.

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"bloomington" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There this is Elwood Bloomington Illinois calling again I I thought it was interesting during the playoffs unnoticed you know we haven't had the greatest planning this year with the Broncos and yet Britton Colquitt for Minnesota and Brett Kern for Tennessee you're both in frozen the playoffs and top honors in the link I just want to get your comment we had both those guys are just another one to Riley our E. Dixon there's a list of former Broncos punters there are still planning that I believe all of them are better than the punter we had this year Kobe what will be what and yes I saw a list on social media someone put a I might have been Benjamin Albright there was like seven former Bronco ponders that all are are doing really well in the Broncos let him go I tell you that there's something going on I mean this you know to be a rocket scientist to figure this out right there's something going on with the punting situation here in Denver I'm just not smart enough to figure it out I pointed in high school appointed in college but I don't know if it's the directional thing or it's become so technical in terms of how punters are taught to kick the ball and I think at times you you over think the mechanics of kicking and what you do is again pure conjecture my part but you tie up that pointer to the point that he's thinking way too much about it ball with the ball drop it how I hold ball out in front of the laces the tip of the ball is a drop it instead of you know what sometimes to me it's a little bit like a golfer who goes out on the range and and has a really good golfing coach a private coach and they work on everything they work on the grip they work on the take away they work on the turn they work on the rotation and they do it over and over and over again and then that golfer goes out and plays around and about the third hole you know that little thing in his head jumps up and just paralyzes the because he's he's he's too mechanical because he's thinking too much about everything instead of just a nice easy flowing rhythmic approach to the game and I think we do that too often in the NFL to punters so I don't know if their animal that's the case with Colby what bin or not but you're right you know there are other partners that have been here before that have have had better years market king who played for the Broncos Lasher pointed for the Broncos most of the season and then they cut him for Colby watchmen he tweeted out something about what you just talked about some a few weeks ago about Colby what men and and he said he said something I'm paraphrasing like don't blame him this is what their third coaching him to do it is something about the what what they're trying to get him to do it wasn't natural in a heap market king once again paraphrasing said you know I know they do the same thing to me I'm not sure but you described it pretty well market king out of the league all of nineteen he just got a job in the XFL by the way he's gonna pond in the XFL and that's a guy that's got a ton of talent but I'm not sure if he's a guy they really got his head on straight there were you want him on your roster he seems to be there's a lot of drama surrounding him yeah for what he brings to the the field I mean he's a kicker yeah you know and I I me to shut up and kick it and that I I mean honestly right me yeah I I don't mean to disparage kickers because they certainly have value they certainly have value I held for three four years on PA teas and field goals in Cleveland so I know they have value but god love him they can just they could become tortured souls mentally right now I help for don Cockroft was one of the last straight on kicker is in the league and I love DC and he's a he he's from Colorado went out of state and a long illustrious career in the league what is the god though immediately you just get out there and you get tied up mentally you just start thinking about stuff it's it's it's like it you know it's it's like you're you're you're a character in the shining you know so it's kind of like of what they say they called the yips yeah it's like a like that right dude just you're fine you know what we're thinking it yeah don't don't date your limit if you told that this way laces on the front but not entirely the front I mean put him at about four o'clock now tilted back look no towards you look shut up and kick it well I mean this is you know over think it and I love I love done but gosh I I don't know I I wouldn't want that job and I'm not gonna tell the job either nine fifty five is our time whatever the books this is.

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"bloomington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Minis Republican from Bloomington along with seventeen of fellow Republicans essentially this bill would give the legislative inspector general independent authority that goes against the grain in the spring field some people have trouble with independent authority to launch investigations an issue subpoenas we welcome senator bearing into the program here to double the US senator do the names of royal son of all and color to them being town color to have anything to do with this this bill well I mean it's absolutely the recent events I think you know reminds the public that Illinois has a corruption problem but the the reality is Illinois has a long history of the corruption problem many of us had suggested that we can locate in internally and reform ourselves we put some of those reforms for today I think the time is right you know even though we've been suggesting some of these ideas for for years I think the public is tuned in to the fact that there's a new level of scandal and corruption in Illinois and they're telling us you got to do something about this so so Illinois we have what's called a legislative inspector general this is the watchdog the the person that's supposed to hold lawmakers accountable for their actions so this was established in two thousand and three the inspector general's office but up until this point I guess continuing today until this bill gets passed if it gets past I'll ask you about that in a second the inspector general has to get permission from a group of lawmakers known as the legislative ethics commission and who determines who sits on yes No foxes guarding the hen house scenario right so the four legislative leaders all appoint members to this commission members legislate lawmakers and then if the inspector general says I want to bring an investigation for to make an investigation of a member of the General Assembly the current legislative inspector general has to go to these legislators and ask for their permission to open an investigation against one of our colleagues if she doesn't get a majority vote out of the commission she can't act yeah so she lacks by that she lacks independence you know the ability to act independently of lawmakers if there's an inherent conflict of interest of course you'd ask what is the subject of the investigation happens to sit on the ethics commission I mean these types of what what what is what is the subject of the investigation he is the person who appointed the member to the commission what is our current check that's happened instructor Jenn yeah I know it's happened I read that there was an op ed piece by the former instrument Spector general Julie Porter while going to trip in and she brought up a lot of this how I guess Carole pope who is now our inspector legislative inspector general I'm sure she has now weighed in on this probably that would be an appropriate yes Sir has she given you the go ahead and say I I think that's a good idea yeah she's she's all for it to my surprise she authored a letter to the legislative leaders earlier this summer and said I need these two powers I found out about this letter this week and I said well let's file bill let's put it forward and so that's what I did this summer for letter said I need these two things so that I can act independently the ability to open investigations the ability to subpoena without asking for your permission to do so she has for that months ago do you worry actor general just kind of unilateral power you know run away a special prosecutor essentially out of that same category you know that I've heard those arguments the reality is the person the person who sits in that office has to be a highly credentialed qualified independent arbiter and so on you know I'm of the opinion that while you could make the argument that they could be you know Rogan bring political things for there's no suggestion that that's ever happened in this office there's no suggestion the person who occupies it today has ever done it and she went out just yesterday after we filed our bill the press after this and what do you think of this and she says absolutely I need that one is a what is your prediction as far as the progress of this bill the other co sponsor on the house side and with as a governor tipped his hand there are this bill has been filed in the in the house as well I've not heard the governor chime in you know in Springfield there's a there's a big broom you know and the and the brothers used to sweep things under the rug you know things that get in the way of the normal day to day activities this you know the fears that the bronze gonna be used on this what I what we need is for you know there's lots of Democrats in the state who are campaigning out there they talk to their constituents and they say I'm going to stand up against the ways of the past and I'm for ethical reforms and so this gives them the opportunity to latch on yeah that's what we need we need and there have been a bite there has been a bipartisan try to clean up the state so we need those democratic lawmakers to sign on in the middle this is an easy one well already been vetted yeah I hire your own inspector general I admire the in my the the the impetus for this I admire well where it may take us something it's always great and I love transparency alike are going after corruption I I don't know if it's gonna make a it's way past the color to the manager but we wish you the very best and thank you said as a senator that a state senator Jason berry man Republican of Bloomington join us here and double the off take a look at the roads we're gonna start with the about mission for heavy hundred fifteenth the cottage Grove accident.

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"bloomington" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Woman is shoveling with their son in Bloomington Minnesota we woke up at six AM and he's been after me to shovel since we woke up CBS's Chris van Cleve giant thanksgiving storms are pummeling roads across the U. S. and snarling air travel with thousands of delays and cancellations delays on screen rain and wind will bear down on parts of the east and west coasts as traffic hits its peak this afternoon more than tripling drive times in Atlanta New York Los Angeles Houston and Boston this woman is in good shape at Denver's airport driving going to cancel it when we get there we made triple a estimates more than fifty five million Americans are traveling fifty miles or more this thanksgiving the second highest since two thousand CBS news update and wanted to let now from the studios of music live local talk and breaking news this is a M. seven sixty eight dealt third will open and to the gal that's one of the stories we're following on A. M. seven for the one twenty five north bound between Spring Street and growth of the large traffic sponsored by the San Diego zoo jungle bells at the San Diego zoo featuring the brand new multi sensory show Aurora learn more at San Diego zoo dot org other jobs villages and connections housing will accommodate more than a hundred and sixty additional homeless residents needing shelter today and tomorrow due to forecasted rain residents spending the night at both of those shelters will have meals provided to them residents can dial two one one or visit to win one San Diego dot org to find out more and health officials have announced the death of two more residents of the county due to influenza related complications that brings this year's flu seasons confirmed death toll to five right now it's cloudy in sixty three a Lindbergh field AM seven sixty takin breaking news more mark Larson is knack please join me bill o'reilly this evening at six forty five the o'reilly update right here on a M. seven sixty talk and breaking news all in all things the storm watch department heather Myers usually came down made a house call here in the first hour today and yeah it's it's it's gonna be more intense as the next couple of days ago virus was starting later today late tonight no level comes down tomorrow we'll give you the full scoop on this coming up in the middle of all this speaking of a storms and political storms Michael Bloomberg says the US needs more immigrants so at night and I agree it I'm all for legal immigration absolutely but it what.

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"bloomington" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"bloomington" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bloomington Indiana circling on fort Myer on today and am nine seven a New York talking to folks in New York I'll be up there tomorrow going to take the train up and back tomorrow to see some people I'm not looking for about a year in the morning from the beltway the president of the United States has tweeted. the president is done for tweets eighteen minutes ago how should here you're sure is given up on the mall report. sadly for them after two years and forty million dollars spent all in caps now zero collusion zero obstruction. so they say okay let's look at everything else and all the deals that truck down over his lifetime but it doesn't work that way I have a better idea look at the bomb a book deal or the ridiculous Netflix deal then look at the deals made by the dams in Congress the congressional slush fund and lastly the IG report take a look at them those investigations would be over fast twenty two seconds ago the president tweeted The New York Times quote this week the Senate passed a milestone in confirming that hundred and fiftieth federal judge Mr trump administration to a lifetime appointment far outstripping Barack Obama's pace and fulfilling pledges by Mr trump and Mr o'connell I think they meant Mitch McConnell to remake the federal judiciary these conservative judicial appointments will impact our nation for years to come said Lindsey Graham Republican of South Carolina who leads the Judiciary Committee news been speeding through truck nominate the president and the entire court system is changing at a record pace yes it is a set up a couple more nominees for the fourth circuit this weekend but they need to get the ninth circuit nominees up there as I said before the break Neil Gorsuch joined us at the Nixon library on Wednesday night I was in California last week come back inside the beltway this morning here's just a Sportage telling this story what is life changed in the eastern we have an east room in Yorba Linda the exact replica at the Nixon library and he was speaking in the east room on Wednesday night talking with dean Matt parla the follicle block Chapman university cut number eleven. being in this recreation of the east room is.

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