22 Burst results for "Chaska"

"chaska" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:56 min | 6 d ago

"chaska" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming

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Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:56 min | 6 d ago

Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations

"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming

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"chaska" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"chaska" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"That's sturdy enough and safe enough Ramp ducks gives access to the ice. If there's no steps all you can do is just thou by a portable ramp. That's how actually chaska made it accessible. Yeah 'cause chaska building itself as accessible there's no steps but then to get down to the icing there so curtain down so all they had to do was buy a ramp Big enough and sturdy up up and then whenever we're not there or nobody's in a wheelchair they can just put that away in then being back so that's another auction easy option to make it accessible and also maybe i know you know what the the curling clubs have their pictures on the walls on their Club the champions and things like that maybe include a picture or two that represents People in a wheelchair curling so wherever visits their club. They can kind of see themselves. Oh i can actually grow here too. So i think it might be nice to kind of create that kind of inviting environment for somebody who might actually come visit you and then if they see somebody in wheelchair so they might think oh. This is also for to to reach out to the local community. Wheelchairs do learn to curl lassos and also Maybe they can. The curling club are interested. They can maybe reach out to one of the national team members to do like a learn to class session and then we can kind of Also share our experiences and then in terms of the good -ment what they need. What works what does on in like a push delivery techniques and things like that. What works depending on person's disability balance and maybe have Like a few delivery sticks to your users in your club made only available. There was something. I was impressed by with. Usa curling was. When i did my level one instructor they did teach us. This is how you teach a stick delivery and they made sure that you know we we learned alternate deliveries that we can teach if someone could not do a traditional slide. Yeah and stick stick. Delivery like walking in delivering spice stake in leaving from cherries. Slanted made they can be the same. We do most of the wheelchair and colours in especially in competitive level. They have precipitate now. Delivery heads in sticks and they all custom made and fiber and whatnot. Yeah and there's only few Like convinced a delivery heads That us. And then which doesn't require twisting your arm to deliver turn so delivery Heads we have and then you just Put theodora stolen. Whatever position depending on what turn and then. You don't have to twist your wrist to really i determine so you just push so that makes it much easier and then they kinda get into a more details like those things also adjustable author. Some schools said that you just to just the rotation of the stones if you wanna get more rotations or this rotations on the stone so there's some signs to to it's not just the are are there. This almost sounds like broom gate. Where like almost the come along and develop like a very effective metoo effective stick that that might kinda give a team advantage in that may lead to fights the same way with the brush heads a few years ago in the in the wheelchair curling community. Of course there are some people who are already on on this in diarra china..

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Refurbished Wind Turbine Powers Homes and Learning

Climate Cast

02:42 min | 4 months ago

Refurbished Wind Turbine Powers Homes and Learning

"I'm standing underneath a wind. Turbine in chaska minnesota on a windy spring day. I'm npr chief meteorologist. paul hutton. Her this is climate. Cast this wind turbines middle. School educates students about renewable energy and generates electricity for nearby homes. It's operated by the minnesota municipal power agency or m. pa matt quota. Har- sqi is the group's chaska chair or standing under a hundred and sixty kilowatt Wind turbine that was refurbish. Here from palm springs california and one of these resides in each of the twelve member communities. And what does mpa do. So mvp is twelve member counties that basically represent municipal electric Users that we basically get together both to generate our own electricity for all communities or to purchase it off the grid depending on the pricing of one. Electric has a give time. What are you trying to accomplish. So basically our goal is -ccomplish having a very reasonable electric creates our goal is to have power that's cheaper than xl energy As investor owned utility. How is it going deeper. Yep it's going very well. We're on a residential level. We ten in chaska to be about eight to nine percent lower than xl energy. These swishing blades above us help adults and their pocketbooks and offer a learning opportunity for students. Amy feet teaches. Fourth graders at saint. John's lutheran school in chaska. She leads her students on field trips to see renewables action. It's a great opportunity for students to think about how they use energy on a daily basis. We think about what are some ways that maybe we could cut some of our energy use and maybe not us quite as much energy. Our we may be wasting energy. We talk about how our use of energy affects the planet and all the people around us as well and then we also when we get to favorable energy park We they put us through. Maybe we'll ride a bike and we'll try to power entire home and how hard that is when we have lots of different things on in our home versus when we have maybe one thing on or two things on We'll go to a different station where we look at the solar panel. We'll go to a different station where we look at the wind turbine We'll talk about how we use non-renewable energy and also renewable energy the differences in those and how they actually affect us and how they actually affect the world around

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Spring Break Travel Warning As Texas, Los Angeles Reopen

NBC Nightly News

02:29 min | 7 months ago

Spring Break Travel Warning As Texas, Los Angeles Reopen

"More states reopen and spring breakers cut loose. There is a new warning tonight about the dangers of rolling back. All those pandemic precautions. It comes as we hit a milestone in the number of americans vaccinated. Morgan chaska reports tonight is states reopened crowd. It seems that fuel pre pandemic now playing out in real time per spring break. Borelli decided we're gonna open up have. Dj's concerts everything. Businesses cashing in on spring breakers saint patrick's day partners and customers ready to move on. I wouldn't say we're really concerned about it right now. To be honest. I feel like it's pretty much tamed. Right now let mixed messaging on state. Reopenings confusing enough from top health official. We are going in the right directions. That's why i get so anxious. When i hear pulling back completely on public health measures like saying no more masks. No nothing like that. I mean that is a risky business when you do that. Risk or not reopening continues in states like texas where this week and mark the first one hundred percent capacity and no mask mandate under control. Expose everybody as an adult to be able to make their own decision. Now they should be forced in california los angeles starting their own reopening the city able to loosen rules after meeting their target of two million vaccinated in hard hit areas the us vaccination rate starting to take off saturday marking an all time record two point nine. Eight million americans receiving shots in arms in seattle the country's largest volunteer run sites now up and running able to vaccinate twenty two thousand people every day. We're going to be at the end of this soon. But i just want to emphasize every time. I say this we are so close. But we're not there yet progress. Nationwide massachusetts sounded pretty. Good famed cellist. Yo-yo ma celebrating his second shot as only he could joining nunes of americans. Now one step closer to this mix and morgan's with us morgan with the mask mandate lifted. What happens if texas numbers start to go back again. Built into this governor's order. Is it allowance for county leaders to reinstate some of those rules if cohen hospitalizations. Go up by more than fifteen percent over seven straight dates.

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"chaska" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"chaska" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"I have my then from. There are loads of different virtual experiences. Virtual escape rooms trivia nights. Even brunch with drag queens. And i it. I haven't partaken in any of these quite yet but they look like a lot of fun and it is my wife's birthday coming up and this feels like a totally doable date. Night experience for us. Maybe if we can manage to stay awake after the kids go to sleep stuff to do. Sometimes i gotta admit but anyway these. Ipo talks actually back on. It's rumored that the valuation could be as much as thirty billion. Maybe even more that may not be what valuation would have been pre covid. But it's definitely nothing to take lightly. No look this product journey for airbnb. It's not over although some might have thought that the end was in march But now they find themselves at a bit of a crossroads. Nobody knows what the next few months holds for the world. But brian chaska can tell you that he and the rest of his team aren't about to take anything for granted it. Let's close this episode with this last clip from the the who finance segment and it's going to put it in perspective. Listen when we started airbnb. We started a three bedroom apartment. The name of the company was called air bed-and-breakfasts because it wasn't a bed and breakfast. We were literally leading airbeds. The reason i'm telling you that is because nobody thought it was a good idea to give three guys money that had inflatable mattress company renting if mattress base in so because of that we have learned to be really scrappy and we have to learn to get a lot done without a lot of money and that was in a roots and then something happened we got successful and they were raised billions of dollars in like every company that gets successful racist. Billions of dollars. You know you start new things because you can and it gets easy to seize your day yes than it does to say. No and i think that what the crisis did is that made us like look back and say like we can't do everything we used to but that also that has the benefit of us focusing on what makes truly special airbnb started its rise with the laser focus and it sounds like they know they'll need that same laser focused a persevered through twenty twenty and beyond and my bet is that they harnessed that focus and come out even stronger. Thanks so much for listening to rocketship that f. m. rocketship. fm now has a premium ad. Free feed all you have to do is go to glow dot com forward slash rocket ship and subscribe and help support show in the gives you an ad free experience to actually get an exclusive fees. You can listen to on. I tunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Yeah and rocketship. Fm is produced in partnership with product. Line which is a community for software product product collective is also the home of industry. The product conference industry personal workshops and one of the largest slack groups for products people anywhere and were also on the pod. Glummer it so huge. Thanks to pod lama. You can listen. To all the pod garments shows at the pot. Laminant dot com. We'll see you next week rocket ship..

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"chaska" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

06:22 min | 11 months ago

"chaska" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"The colonel scratch that he just got promoted on september twenty ninth. The brigadier general then began holding military court to try hundreds of dakota man accused of having committed quote murder and outrages upon the white settlers close quote. We're now on day three of these trials and we chunk wash to- dante or chasse k. As he's also known is up taking the place of the accused in large tent making dues a courthouse. He stands before the five-man military commission and listens to charges made against him charge murder specification in this. That said we chunk wash to- donkey a su- indian did kill. George h gleason a white citizen of the united states and has likewise committed sundry hostilities against the whites between the said eighteenth day of august eighteen sixty two and the twenty eighth day of september eighteen. Sixty two this near redwood river and at other places on the minnesota frontier chaska is terrified speaking limited english. He looks to the part white part need of interpreter or mixed blood. Use the parlance of the era for an explanation of the charges. They're just chaska expected. He's ready for this chess. Keanu reeves is prepared statement as best as he can in his second language. I imagined him reading his carefully. Written if slightly awkwardly worded statement and a stilted struggling kanaan's. I plead not guilty of murder. The other indian shot gleason and as he was falling over. I ain't my gun at him but did not fire. I have had a white woman in charge. But i could not take good care of her as a white man. Because i am an indian. I kept her with the intention of giving her up. Don't know of any other bad act since gleason was murdered. I aimed at him. Because i was told. I must kill the whites to save myself. I have been in three battles not fired at any other white man. I wanted to prevent the other indian from shooting. I presented him from killing the woman and children with gleason damn. That's a different narrative than the charge. It chasse k. Actually save rather than take lives in this war. The woman he claims to have saved. Sara wakefield is here to sworn in on a bible. She proceeds to corroborate chaska story. I was with mr gleeson when he was killed myself and two children were riding with him. There were two in the party who attacked us. The other man shot mr gleeson. This man chaska tended to the horses when the shots were fired. The horses ran and he caught them. When mr gleeson was on his agony this indian snapped his gun at him he afterwards told me it was to put him out of his misery. I saw this indian endeavour to prevent the other indian from firing at me. He raised his gun twice to do it. He said he did not go into this thing. Willingly joe reynolds knows him very well and considers him a fine man. He's a farmer indian and spells a little when we got in he took me from teepee where it was cold with my babes to one where there was a white woman since then he saved my life three times they are very poor he and his family they have had to beg rituals for me and he has given his coffee and food to my children. Gone without himself is a very generous man. Okay no contradictions. Both chaska and sarah greed that he saved her life and although raising his gun at george gleason probably for mercy shot chasse k. Didn't shoot him. It was the quote unquote other indian chasse ks brother-in-law that killed the settler. Will this version of events hold up to the last testimony let's see what angus robertson. Who was a captive of the dakota during the war has to say i heard the prisoner say before mrs wakefield that he fired the second shot he said his brother law to kill mrs wakefield and her children. He prevented it. He said his shot didn't kill gleason. This indian is a very good indian. His conduct has been uniformly good towards mrs wakefield and her children without final character. Affirming testimony everyone save the commission exits the tent. So it's five members can deliberate. They heard consistently that chaska is good man that he saved lives. Sounds like he definitely aimed his gun. At george gleason at one point whether he discharged it is murky. Even still everyone agrees. Chomsky didn't kill the settler. How the commission rule the judgment swift guilty of the specification guilty of the charge to be hanged by the neck until he is dead between september. Twenty eighth november third eighteen sixty to the five-man military commission tries three hundred ninety two dakotas. The commission flies through the cases moving through as many as forty two and twenty four hours sometimes the charges including robbery rape or murder but often they are as simple as being a dakota soldier in this war with that is the standard. The commission finds three hundred twenty three of them. Guilty condemns a staggering. Three hundred. Three will the us military really execute and mass over three hundred men while the military act of eighteen sixty requires one last approval for these death sentences that means the lives of chaska and his fellow convince the code is now rest in the hands of a single final arbiter president of the united states abraham lincoln.

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"chaska" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"chaska" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Right the first cut pledge with us by the way eight hundred nine four one Sean toll free telephone number will get back to your calls a final half hour of the program today the first was this woman that is having well really attacking the police believed to be a very cordial can you please not curse at us we can have a civil conversation and nobody's near her no where near her just starts screaming was shown on TV last week the the second is our friend army army Horowitz satirist documentarian and he's the guy that you know he goes in Honduras and all the people that are traveling the migrations he just joins in the crowd's as he's just those crazy work but we like him a lot and he's funny anyway that was him apparently you made it inside of Chas or we got a new name for now what's the new name your name is chalk was you asking me is a little bit on the nose for what will also be resolved like the French Revolution openly ended it so yeah they were from Chaska child why I don't care what the bush little jerks ouch all right so why were you there and how long were you there let's start at that point well I went there you know if there's something interesting going on the world I got to go sorry but right now it's even backtrack explain just a few of your little adventures you are interviewing Hamas and ISIS my favorite was probably going on the raft with the Syrian refugees across the agency into groups outside of my my favorite and definitely my wife's least favorite thing that I've done so I can't I'm not lying on her side on this but keep going it's father's day week so yes we rank quite as high although we were met with very armed guards with rifles and all and military care who came up to us and give us a very stern warning on our behavior was like of course we were threatened and that was before they recognize they recognize me all hell broke out we just take off but what I will let let's talk about what specifically what they want what are they saying there's a report today they might be negotiating and probably need food water and all sorts of other things but and beer here beer is high on the list but I'm assuming they're going to give up some blocks of some area back if in fact I guess their demands are met what are they telling you yes so here so I had the opportunity the rare opportunity to interview the woman you just place them as J. she won the founders and one of the main organizers of BLM Seattle and this the Thomas Jones and they took over in Seattle and they have a very specific list of demands which is wholly on cereals although being taken quite seriously by the mainstream media I have to find out something she was involved with agrees with you first of all we all know right well this thing is almost passe at this point we want to ball which the police not informed questions clear abolish the police no police force whatsoever but then they go on the double down they said they want to abolish the court system because of them judges juries either black or inherently racist because they are part of the slave culture of this country beyond that they want to we want to take down the prison system they want every prisoner out in three because we don't have the means to try to be fair way so therefore they should be free their their views look at the other day you can smoke yourself you'll be all making sense we do make sense when you understand what they want what they want Sean is a descent into chaos and they want to guide us down there because only when you have chaos or burn the S. down they say repeatedly like you said not a slogan because they've done it and they continue to do Friday Jan that when he's not well they want total destruction because I'm I'm up working there and they're not because only then could they recreate what we have here in their own warped image that's also what they want John so you're talking to all these people and and for a time you are not recognized how long we able to stay there without being recognized and how many people are armed inside of China's or chop whatever they're calling it now thank god the left doesn't care that much of the second amendment so most of the people there are not armed but there are Walgreens you know I don't know if their official or unofficial you don't know what I would say that I saw at least eight or nine guys is not a particularly large area it's not really sick a six block radius lily is about three or three or four block radius does not to be large neighbor they took over a portion of the neighborhood but there are a number of of a very warm people there we were there all day until parted last hour when somebody you know recognize me and and and the giggles up so we got really get real get under the covers misplaced home twenty something else out I think is really important okay and and as you can tell I'm fired up and I'm not gonna let these talks carry in no new Bolshevik revolutionary council culture jerks shut me up if you want to be honest one of the real what's going on they're not only is this crazy town we hate America there's a real undercurrent Neil under current antisemitism going around goes hand in hand okay you know so I you tweeting multiple anti semitic tweets you look the part of the zero and I was interviewing people the Jews came up quite a bit the Jews Israel what what what I do know this black lives matter which we think would be focused completely on black lives and in their view the brutality of the police on two black people they took special space in their manifesto talk about one thing one thing other than black lives they spilled ink on on on the canard that the one Jewish state Israel's committing genocide they needed to two parts from their main mission to protect black people to attack Jews this is the ugly undercurrent of this organization and this is why is it drives me nuts the people looking at them like a real hole Rohlik mainstream organizations I don't think that they are not really one group is it I mean there are I ice I'm assuming that many of them are probably just meeting each other inside the autonomous zone the summer free love zone and potluck spaghetti and you know street celebrations among the big block party is the mayor keeps describing.

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"chaska" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"chaska" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"About it right the first cut pledge with us by the way eight hundred nine four one Sean toll free telephone number will get back to your calls final half hour of the program today the first was this woman that is having well really attacking the police believed to be a very cordial can you please not curse at us we can have a civil conversation and nobody's near her no where near her just starts screaming we showed on TV last week the the second is our friend army ami Horowitz satirist documentarian and he's the guy that you know he goes in Honduras and all the people that are traveling the migrations he just joins in the crowd's as he's just those crazy work but we like him a lot and he's funny anyway that was him apparently you made it inside of Chas or we got a new name for now what's the new name your name is Charles would you ask me is a little bit on the nose for what will also be resolved like the French Revolution openly ended it so yeah they were from Chaska child alive I don't care what their budget will jerks ouch all right so why were you there and how long were you there let's start at that point well I went there you know if there's something interesting going on the world I got to go sorry but right now it's even backtrack explain just a few of your little adventures you are interviewing Hamas and ISIS my favorite was probably going on a raft with the Syrian refugees across the agency is a Greece outside my my favorite and definitely my wife's least favorite thing that I've done so I can't I'm not kind on her side on this but keep going it's father's day week so yes rank quite as high although we were met with very armed guards with rifles and all and military check came up to us and give us a very stern warning on our behavior was like of course we were threatened and that was before they recognize they recognize me all hell broke out Lou just take off but what I will let let's talk about what specifically what are they want what are they saying there's a report today they might be negotiating and probably need food water and all sorts of other things but and beer here bear is high on the list but I'm assuming they're going to give up some blocks of some area back if in fact I guess their demands are met what are they telling you yes so here so I had the opportunity of the rare opportunity to interview the woman you just quickly miss J. she won the founders and one of the main organizers of BLM Seattle and this economy zone and they took over in Seattle and they have a very specific list of demands which is wholly on cereals although be taken quite seriously by the mainstream media I have to find out something she was involved with the grease first of all we all know right well this thing is almost passe at this point we want to abolish the police not informed but she was cleared abolish the police no police force whatsoever but then they go on the double down they said they want to abolish the court system because of them judges juries either black or inherently racist because they are part of the slave culture of this country beyond that they want to they want to take down the prison system they want every prisoner out in three because we don't have the means to try the many fairways so therefore they should be free their their views look again today you look yourself in the we don't make any sense we do make sense when you understand what they want what they want Sean is a descent into chaos and they want to guide us down there because only when you have chaos only we burn V. S. down they say repeatedly like you said not a slogan because they've done it and they continue to do right we cannot when he's not well they want total destruction because I'm I'm up working there and they're not because only then could they recreate we have here in our own warped image that's ultimately what they want John so you're talking to all these people and and for a time you are not recognized how long we able to stay there without being recognized and how many people are armed inside of China's or chop whatever they're calling it now well thank god the left doesn't care that much of the second amendment so most of the people there are not armed but there are will be needed you know I don't know if their official or unofficial you don't know what I would say that I saw at least eight or nine guys it's not a particularly large area it's not really sick a six block radius Louis is about three or three or four block radius does not to be large neighbor they took over a portion of the neighborhood but there are a number of of a very on people there we were there all day until part of last hour was only recognized me and and and the giggles up so we got really get real get under the covers in this place only twenty something else out I think is really important okay and and as you can tell I'm fired up and I'm not gonna let these talks carry in no new Bolshevik revolutionary council culture jerks shut me up if you want to be on as one of the real the what's going on they're not only is this crazy town we hate America there's a real under current legal under current antisemitism going around goes hand in hand okay you know so I you tweeting multiple and semitic tweets you look the part of a hero and I was interviewing people the Jews came up quite a bit the Jews Israel what what what people notice black lives matter which you would think would be focused completely on black lives and in their view the brutality of the police on to black people they took special space in their manifesto talk about one thing one thing other than black lives they spilled ink on on on the canard that the one Jewish state Israel's committing genocide they needed to two parts from their main mission to protect black people to attack Jews this is the ugly undercurrent of this organization and this is why it it drives me nuts the people looking at them like a real hole well look mainstream organizations I don't think that they are not really one group is it I mean there are I ice I'm assuming that many of them are probably just meeting each other inside the autonomous zone the summer free love zone and potluck spaghetti and you know street celebrations among the big block party as the mayor keeps describing.

Sean
"chaska" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"chaska" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Almost left on a bus. When. You're GONNA fish fryer. No, no in Spain, savvy I, was so pissed off I was like Oh shit. Like double back and the guy was like. In the bath like the driver was in the bathroom with me. At the same time not. Correct. Yeah that whole quick, but whatever? But then you're like I. Go over this direction and I'm like Oh shit. Where's my water bottle? And then I'm like. Oh! Man. He was gearing up to get out of there and I'm like well why? Don't off without. Be Guess what? Color. Welcomes Radio program color. Who Do we have on the line? June you hear me okay. Sexy. I can hear you fine. Can you hear me now? I. Don't know how much time you have, but I have got a doozy of the story you just if you the small meeting their large large. Yeah, I've been following you on the book face and. I think there's a lot to tell so if you wanna just rip right into it, big sexy by the way folks as for those of you who are not probably new to the program as you, you know who Jason Is. Is is currently writing the country to state. Capitals and is in Minneapolis Minneapolis. I'm in. Moscow. Difference Minneapolis Chaska especially right now. No doubt so you. You probably have more than one story, but let's hear about how.

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"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That I thank you maybe I'll leave you by the way can I just shot on a a a I I think it's just a local spot in Chaska called the telos the telos pizza thank you so much you provided dinner for a family last night no we paid you but still I I would just as we shot out local businesses here and just want to celebrate them and she can survive this madness on their pizza was bomb and then my wife said I'm also getting chicken no no finishing the Alfredo been a while since I've had that great by the way analysts on yeah we were wow what happened last night you tell us the average American eats more than five hundred eggs a year yes Sir B. yes no yes yes okay no that wouldn't be over one a good day more than a good day yeah yeah because I think that it's in things and and and do you normally eat more than one when you sit down and eat them that's true either way B. S. a report last year found that the real number is an average of two hundred and seventy nine eggs per year per person no I do four eggs when I get into it it's for a situation I used to be a six or seven a guy really I was in a mass building phase of my workout journey yes should be yes it's national eat what you want day if you remove enough oxygen from peanut butter and put it under intense pressure you can make diamonds I'm gonna say yes guess why nope well you are correct it requires allow but technically it's possible because peanut butter kids if you're listening peanut butter contains so much carbon so much so that you could make diamonds from it so when you have a few no butter and jelly sandwich you could just him having a diamond in jealousy or a future diamond and jelly sandwich Q. what are diamonds now is the question that I ask if you can make a diamond out of peanut butter the whole I don't know what they really are Cole all okay so they so cold gets pressurized somehow where the cold goes away and then there's a little diamond on the inside because of the because the carbon yeah I'm almost positive it's football but in theory I could squeeze down peanut butter you could make it maybe out of anything as long as it had Carmen right pardon Harbin footprint on oxide oxide copy oxide oxy clean it okay join the family okay Sir yes yes in the early eighteen hundreds catch up was used as medicine yes no one yes that is a yes my friends finally a doctor in hi sold ketchup bills claiming that it could cure diarrhea indigestion mmhm your double bass in term K. thanks okay okay you're under finally finally yes the B. as the average ear of corn has sixteen rows of kernels the has more yeah right it's a yes I'm gonna go it on on that one and say yes yes you are correct you get this almost all corn cobs have an even number of rows not odd and that is because each row splits and doubles as the corn gross man what a fascinating thing cornice we had of corn patch for awhile did you really find a corn patch you know that's what it was well I don't know if that's what is yeah isn't it fascinating that the regular farmer there how I'm gonna go gender the corn patch in the pumpkin fields okay that's all I have Donna you have an interesting fact I do about ET okay ET had an actual name it was going to be revealed in the sequel really which never wound up being made and that name was correct his rack rack G. R. E. E. K. yep Czarek that you're gonna say it on musk's baby's name alright guys in there that is L. ash what Gabriel Asher angel ash archangel a bunch of lunatics right the world doing to this poor person by the way Sweden I don't know if I mention this lawsuit week but on the topic of name Sweden has a council that can say no to your baby name really we're saying there should be more active now I think there's a there's a twenty six letter stipulation they run into as well but we we just I think corporately as a show we think that there should be some sort of a naming council that yes yes not the quick comes up or thumbs down I agree submit the name do you like it yes or No yeah.

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"chaska" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"chaska" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Asteroid very unlikely that whatever happens not impossible but you would not find skeletons complex parliamentary muscle flexing those in the services of comets and asteroids dinosaurs lying frozen dead on the surfaces of comets and asteroids I have photos from three different major international space agency showing complex biological fossils on multiple counts Asterix in our solar system that means that those objects could not have come from coalescing gases it means that the models that are astrophysicist cosmogony S. have proposed for the formation of our solar system suppose they were paid two years those models are not possible thanks our webmaster says all your photos are now up coast to coast AM dot com in the pretty remarkable to I would have thought NASA would have hidden them from you well yes it doesn't talk about and they're like looking for needles in a haystack but literally chores there are so many fonts just put out there hi I am incapable as a human being hi if I had a lifetime to spend fining them all I would still not be capable of counting all your **** Rovers on the surface of Mars have only road to tens of miles not even hundreds of miles between them they have only roved tens of miles and photographed a narrow strip that's right already areas there broke in Chaska those photographs in NASA's taken hundreds of thousands literally of photos that are ground level high resolution many the panoramic in just those photos there are hundreds of thousands of fossils tens of thousands of really good ones yeah and this is not talking about I have photos of creatures eating other creatures.

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"chaska" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Mayor I believe it was the mayor of Chaska to let her know he was there they always talk to a neighbor he was and he was talking to a neighbor and the neighbor was saying because I hadn't shown up yet we item I believe me last night for Twin Cities live in so he said that they were talking and the mayor did not know that that Ike co hosted a radio show and but when he said like yeah you know Donna Valentine and I think the response that I heard whether from the mayor someone else's like we everybody knows Donna Valentine is not true that is true and I think you used to get your hair done at one of my neighbors old salons they say that last night was Donna Valentine and I proudly and loudly said no it a great national night out you are as you made it sound like you were just going to I mean it's not like that at all I think I said I had to go to I think you said you were gonna go to your new neighborhood no I had we just started our hours first and then try to help our new neighborhood great as we have we have like an on off and now the actual mayor was there but we have an unofficial neighborhood mayor and she coordinated everything and just did a wonderful job but we we had another neighbor number last year I try to do the Christmas tree lighting in my neighborhood yes worked pretty well I think we went from maybe like thirty percent trees let to probably like I don't know sixty sixty five maybe run for mayor no thank you but now there was a another neighbor of few doors down who organized a medallion hunt for the kids that's a cute idea is a very crafty that he's just a really active hands on dad and he likes coming up with very intentional activities so weekly the week leading up to he invited my kids they spray painted medallions they got to help put them together with his with their fan and it was the only items and the last thing you see the kids in this room massive pile like running across the street back to the other houses across the street I love that idea I'm gonna share that can I make my neighbors that you know the the committee the people who put out they do such a nice job they really DO and it was just so much fun seeing everybody out in about our game college of pop culture knowledge came up as a topic was it that well I'll see Laura just in the last time you and I mean it respectfully it's Laura Lohr is like yeah I just I just thought when Steve had a hundred you would just call it quits and I'm like yes this is really attached to the game I love the game rises that's a game and our listeners are attached to the game so we love the game the game is fantastic the game is staying so we maybe we could do it once a week I said did you that's not gonna happen what is Lori do for a living Laurie is an ER nurse cool collar up and tell her how to stitch someone up she's in you don't say in the E. R. right now as we speak yeah Laura I just don't think that you should be like taking people's temperatures anymore to seem boring and kind of outdated what how about we let her be an ER nurse she lets us radio host and then I found out something really crazy about another neighbor Sarah she loves cats I did not know that she just got a cat she's obsessed with this cat his children too by the way she is so upset I did take the allies attacks remind me to tell you about Serra she's crazy and she's a listener of the show she got this cat his name is Mack she's coming to the cat video festival tomorrow night of course at CHS field hopefully a lot of you will be coming as well she's so upset so this can I said can I see a picture of this cat and I mean she's pretty much abandoned her husband her children because of this cat well the story well she's trying to show me a picture she's like right get out of here thank you your son is asking you a question she's like I got to show you this cat this is a tabby erasure yeah let not their show this terribly I think right okay anyway no she's just madly in love with her because I never saw somebody expressed so much love for a cat she got a copy of first one Thursday yes okay hope so yeah by the way yesterday speaking on the topic of cats I went to her nature the cat furniture plays yes hello has anyone ever pass this on University Avenue we seen I've seen for five years my photographer who I shot the story with yesterday he says he's passed a for eleven years and always wondered that store has been there been around for twenty eight years started by a guy named Darryl we the rule and sure enough eighty six here's what we're gonna do we're starting a new series on Twin Cities live call Ali Geral do not W. W. D. did thought about it workshop that instead we went with it's going on in there I love the first question I asked when I get into the places so what's going on here and I can't tell you for twenty eight twenty eight years per nature has been in business what are they coming out to the festival to what what no they are they do get to die they do go to the state fair okay every year and that's where I think they they commit some resources to make sure that they have a a booth there do they have a website they do have a website turn it sure her nature earn a child want to see what's inside they're like well a lot of cat furniture I don't know what that means that means a lot of like little stupid things for cats to jump up on pedestals laying a little chairs and things like that are not shares no this is much more utilitarian cat furniture okay so the stuff that they can climb on yeah he sells quite a bit of catnip was explaining to me how cats trip on cat nap he really loves cats and he just thought wait they should make high quality furniture and then he started making it nearly three decades ago wow it was it was an interesting walk around so that is the first in a series called what's going on in there I love it okay that'll be fun I gotta tell you know I gotta tell about this until yeah Donald Cerrone by the way if you have any places that you've ever driven by in the metro and you ask yourself that question please send them to me via email tweet me whatever I'm collecting a list and it's we have I think are quite a few options so it's I love it that's great hi guys I'm like what's going on in there is that an auto parts store yes so the fact that would be on your list is a super super weird that's like someone driving by I don't know let's say like a Taco Bell they make in bells out of touch with what's going on here you can't do this the same week that you have the revelation of iPad says you can't in the same day seven day period I can't have you saying what's the point of iPads and it's going I really had no idea what the place was I thought it was an auto parts store window okay maybe it generally the whole front is just one of the way I write this down right remember the doctor said it's our responsibility to properly document things that hello man after the break my friends why don't we get a little curious shall we yes we shall help get a load of this how about a celebrity couple who is married been married for a year and they're just now moving in together all I'll tell you who that is take it easy right now and what if I told you I'd Dirty Harry was almost played the character Dirty Harry almost played by somebody else other than Clint Eastwood now you would think wait hello could possibly nobody as good as Clint Eastwood who would be a man's man I'm about to tell you who and I don't think you would argue with coming up after the break on the dynasty show my talk one of seven one everything entertainment the clean and Bradley shall I.

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"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Today. All right. Here's the deleo. There is this writer who decided to taste test French fries from eight major fast food chains. And he says the winner surprised him. Here's what they did. The rules were simple. There was one standard order of medium fries from each restaurant. No condiments. Okay. Then the Fraser tasted onsite at the restaurant for consistency because no fries travel. Right. So these were the restaurants arby's Dairy Queen five guys, where I get all my auto parts, Wendy's chick fillet shake shack McDonald's and Burger King all fabulous places. Yes. Would have liked to have seen. Culver Culver right by eight yesterday. Oh, and they're clincal cut are so good overseas. Exclusive man. Yeah. It's exclusive clubs let an EP. Now. Did I tell you? Yeah. Oh, really? Mean who knew AAA in chaska? I mean. I go to the Culver line yesterday. And the guy comes up, you know, culverts they put a little number on your door handle, and they bring the food out to you, right. Walks by, and he says, Steve Patterson, you finally, come here, and I said, I'm here every Sunday. You're not working here. What's going on? He was very nice. That's lovely. Well, here's what the criteria. What they based it on. Okay. On a one to five scale in four categories, crisp flavor. Mouth feel. That's a really hoity toity word that I'll care feel if it smooth is a greedy, chew as it structurally, sound than their salt. A top score is perfectly salted fry anything over or under loses point scores so long story short. Who do you think one? You know you could see with him saying, surprise, you could see it being McDonalds. Oh, you would think take that as a surprise, I would use because it feels like low hanging fruit, you know, everybody knows the, the, the artisanal folks out there would be like no. But I demand more in my frie, right? Yeah. I'm looking at this list right now. All heavy contenders. Arby's dairy cue for the fries for the chicken strip basket. Oh, I go, there for the blizzard, of course to. I also not a big I love chick fillet chicken sandwiches. They're, they're, they're woven fries. Nothing better. Don't like them at all shake shake shake shack shake sachse winter know what yet cool it, right? They quickly let me take a look here on to do do chick. Five guys look pretty good. Yeah. Five guys look, like the, the French fry place at the state fair. Except they're not crinkles. Oh, they look amazing. These fries are just less satisfying. They say arby's. I can't do too greasy. Those curly fries, too. I've never. For me. Arvizu Burger King were close. Second and third shake shack crinkle cut. Yup. Crinkle cut very underrated. Fry is the critical gut. Oh, here's how the article reads on business insider, crinkle cut fries skeptics or many and their voices loud. But shake shack crinkle cut fries don't care. They simply plug their ears and refused to listen, it's definitely plausible. The shake shack had extraterrestrial help to perfect its fries. Each fries coated in a layer of golden crisp that gives way to a soft welcoming interior. Hello. They hit savory and mommy with a hint of sweetness, and they taste like potatoes oil and just the right amount of salt. There is a slight metallic aftertaste, but the first bite is so overwhelmingly delicious that this flaw easily forgiven. Okay. What did they say about Mickey? D's standby. All righty. Mcdonald's. Mcdonald's fries. They're pretty Dan, crispy with a time test the texture and mild field of blends Chewable crunch with the soft and smooth core. Their taste is distinctive to Mickey D's processed oily, savory and satisfying with a hint of metallic yet again. Where's this metallic battle about, although there, well, salted on the outside their bland inside? Sometimes mushy and sometimes dry. You know, those are the fries, many other fries are to be eaten individually. Mickey D's by the hand. Fingers into your pie hole. I agree with that actually let's see interest in any other guys. How about what you know, the these the food. Let's go to Wendy's for a moment. Okay. Sometimes crispy sometimes not these fries taste, kind of like earthy, real potatoes. But they definitely have some metallic process. Other metallic coming from about Wendy's fries. They're kind of pungent a little dry with the texture like mashed potatoes, however, they're criminally under salted now for a while. I think that they were over salted, because they were selling these with sea salt, and now that's not the case anymore. Are we anti salt, what's this? You gotta be careful with sea salt because it salts your food quicker. So if you're if you have normal salt and you're grinding you can. And if you do that, with, like pink Mediterranean, Sea salt. I agree with you guys is the one that looked like the state fair fries, and they say despite their quantity and freshness. They do I believe seldom by the bag, these are just less satisfying only sort of crispy, and sort of salty five guys relies too heavily on the real potato appeal of their fry at the expense of flavor. They're not a wholesome hardy mouth field. Excuse me. They have a wholesome hardy mouth field, but are ultimately somewhat sweet. And not very flavorful. I love how much people love fries fried talking about them? How about this? If you could only choose fries or pizza forever. Oh pizza. Golly pizza pizza with fries on top. You know, we made that we made that commitment. Now we haven't made good on it yet, but I think we're gonna have friends over in a couple of weeks from now on, if you come to have dinner at our house. It's pizza. I love it to maximize time connecting and not being bottled up in the kitchen. Sometimes you've been to now, some people, we have friends who are just fabulous at hosting, and it's effortless for them. But sometimes you'll see people, then the host lose out on the experience because they're stressed hand. I hear you. Like it. Fell it a little heavy handed, right, delicious? Everybody loves pizza. I would do pizza all the time to pizza. Loves it. What do you call it, gluten free, don't that they have gluten cauliflower one call. It's pretty good. You know, calling the east coast of you cauliflower. I think it's cauliflower. There's an I not an a next. No live live, not law. Not cauliflower cauliflower not collie Ryan politically. Okay. He's gonna say, Cauley Cawley she's gonna say, cauliflower Cali. Kali Kali flower. Tuck it Cali. Distract from my most recent law. Give next Guten dog you're on the show on mytalk one zero seven one. Who's this? So here's an interesting thing, right? Vanek. Have you ever been to sonnet now been a while since I've been to their French fries and onion rings, smell, like cotton candy really interesting? Is that a good thing? It's like it's like you know, their food and it's like you're at a carnival and it just like this whole. It's not bad. It's just weird. Weird is good though. Right. You're a no. It's very tasty. It just it you feel comfortable. It's like they just put this older of cotton candy, and it's so it's very, very delicious. I'm not gonna say anything, but I love my son. All right. Just did they do. They bring it out to you on skates. Or are they? Skates, but they, they do you do parked in the parking lot, and they do bring it out to the old school drive at yesterday. Do you. I love that Phil old school. Where are you from? Know. All right. Good talk, the assume I, I should have known. He wouldn't wanna follow up question when he ought to not to give his name. Did you ask his name? I don't remember at the beginning. Who's this, why the call you know, here's the thing. So he's he's on another radio station right now. He's doing that call. He's probably getting hit up. He's got an cat. Yeah. Hey Freitag is going to be big today. Do you want, do the rounds collie flower cauliflower? I really thought you were wrong there man pronunciation of how I say is celery seller. E let me say, I do have carrots. How about any celery, oh? You said it's the same way either friend who tells me it's celery, celery, celery, celery, fancy three nights, Mary. Yeah. I remember when we were kids, how'd you learn? How many syllables something you put your thumb on your chin? Oh, what, what do you say, where's your say, Bill bulls, you would clap? Is that? How you doing? Yeah. How'd you how did you learn? How many syllables award hat. I don't know. Hold on. Let me picture myself back in the schoolhouse. Wait. Log cabin telling me, I don't know. You put your thumb on your chin, and then say any word word then what then what happens like, say. Let's say pneumonia Monja you're feeling each time. Yeah. Like, hey, you just hear it. Why do you have to feel it with your finger? 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"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Chaska road and in Roseville thirty five W northbound crash with thirty five county road the head Barlow's five eyewitness news forecast. High of fifty three today down to thirty six tonight showers this morning, but then partly sunny, it's forty two right now. Mytalk one zero seven one everything game of thrones. Hello the last TV show. We may be watching together in by divers. Get it on demand. Did you know, there's a downton abbey movie coming out this fall entertainment? On the issue. Good morning and welcome. Jason Alexa, show mytalk one zero seven one St. live doing everything entertainment at mytalk dot com and on our app, we got all sorts of fun for you today. So stay tuned and enjoy the ride that's thirty two. We need to take care of business. Yeah. We have a half price deal. Okay. It's from Christina clinic in Roseville, and it's laser hair removal for bikini lines under arms and full-back. This is great because they have several different deals on our website. You can go to mytalk one zero seven one dot com, keyword deals. And lasers all created equal. Okay. So you have to trust Cassini clinic in Roseville, I can tell you personally that I've had leaser hair removal, and it is one of the best things ever. Okay. Awesome. So go to mytalk one zero seven one dot com keyword deal for this offer off. Yes. Oh, I wonder if Kim Kardashian has had a lot of. Are you kidding me? She's Armenian don't. They typically have a lot of..

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Facebook, Jim Chaska And The New York Times discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook, Jim Chaska And The New York Times discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"Jim chaska. Facebook is said to be working to make messages across Facebook, messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp work together. The New York Times says the social networking giant believes the strategy would keep users within its ecosystem of applications while improving privacy at the same time. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is overseeing the effort to integrate the company's

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"chaska" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on KTOK

"Chaska? Shannon HALE Daniel, hendler, another popular authors. Explore new worlds, read disag-. Citing message is brought to you by the library of congress and the Ad Council. Alexa play. There you go. Again, bossing me around. Wait. I didn't mean anything by that. I just wanted to see what I mean. It's all about you. I agree with Alexa, humans Sherlock bossing around female. Sorry. Maybe people generally prefer soothing and comforting sound of a female voice apology accepted. It's okay, bro. So what station. Did you want to hear against NewsRadio one thousand KT? Okay. There's nothing artificial about their intelligence. Ha ha ha. Kim clap hands is a summer camp for kids with developmental disabilities. Ages eighteen the campus looking for a night nurse. If you're an LPN or REM with experience in pediatrics this temporary position might just be for you the night nurse will work from seven PM to seven AM and must be available for all five Cam sessions for details. Compact, Jennifer GM me at four zero five five seven three five three four to service. Message is brought to you by the McCarthy center and this station dot org. When it happens. It happens here. Newsradio one thousand Today. I'm done. I'm out unless something major major major happens. I wanna wish everybody.

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"chaska" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"That's about it. That's about it. Because this is a sport where people claim titles and they claim positions and then claim. I'm done. I don't ever have to make a case for something. Because my case is my title. And so we end up in positions like this. That was an absolutely agreed failure that commission and that referee totally eft up. They absolutely unequivocally took that from chaska, and maybe Moffitt was on his way to winning. But he hadn't won get. You've looked very very good as a fighter. I take nothing from him other than he may have got right up to that finish line. But it didn't cross it. Right. Everything about that was a fail. Everything about that was a fail. And when given the option they still decided tobacco. They still decided to double down and say, yeah, you know, what who really is chess Geli athem. We don't really owe anybody anything do we right? It's the argument from thirty everywhere you go in the sport. I don't ever want to have to argue for my ideas because at the end of the day. I just believe what I want to because it's good for me. And I don't ever want to have to make case publicly because under scrutiny it probably will fail. So let me just retreat onto my power on Clave and say this is enough. I'm good here. Well, this is the problem with the sport learn to make arguments. Learn to actually stand on the value of your ideas, if your guy made a call and it's good justify it. Open vacation to any Athletic Commission wants to come on here and debate these ideas now and forever so long as I sit in this chair commission. Members are going to be a welcome to come here. Watch how many come through ready for this? It'll be zero because not one of them as the guts to do it ever at any point for any reason. And that lays gentleman is the way of all, right? Let's do this. Now, we're little bit behind schedule already. But we'll make it work. Let's do this. How about a round of tweets?.

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"chaska" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Thank you even yellow. Nicole. Bye. Oh, very. French. Her very first. I don't think so. Hunt down. Okay. Pretty. Chaska. Ramsey's. I don't think so hunting her time starts now. I don't think so, Honey. Those scammy I arrest phone calls that are blowing up my. My. I contacted by the IRS and those mother fuckers sent me a male. They sent me a book and sign for. We're not calling my house. I entertainment some of the other day, and I was like. And then he tell me the fucking dick. You want me to start your. Thirty second. And then you know what, here's the thing, you think who's gonna fall for this? I'm going to tell you is going to fall for this grandma's your grandma, your grandma. Damn, if somebody said fucking scam, my grandma, and it's not me. In real time, I will say nice things about when she said, but that bitch is a bitch. Only one that steals money for my grandma. Second, pretending to be from the IRS with a thick accent and whatever. We're thinking this booking racist. What's your grandmother be calling for? Scams.

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Rumor: Murdoch in line for Tesla chair

BTV Simulcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

Rumor: Murdoch in line for Tesla chair

"A big naming dropped as a potential replacement for Elon Musk as tesla chair. None other than James Murdoch. This according to the financial times this comes as tesla snapped a five day losing streak that shave ten billion dollars from its valuation Tuesday. After MacQuarie started coverage with a by quivalent rating indicating the company is on track to reach profitability. Meantime, short seller could here is betting on a dramatic drop. In tesla shares saying the electric car maker seems to be between a rock and a hard place because it needs to raise money through debt or equity show has tesla actually reached a turning point to discuss we are joined by Macquarie's senior analysts Maynard who sees the auto industry entering into a period of unprecedented disruption. Also with us Bloomberg business weeks. Max chaska who writes extensively on tesla? Max I'll start with you. What's your take on this James Murdoch situation? I mean, I think it kinda makes sense tesla. There's this kind of weird paradox. Tesla where they wanna read any on us. But they don't want to rein him in too much because his presidents and kind of Hughes. Essentially, you will and this is part of the appeal on. So I think what what's happening with Murdoch is like he's pretty close to you on mosque. I think they're friends, you know, he's been on the board for a while. But he's also independent. He has his own profile. He creates a little bit of a at least a veneer of independence at the board had compared with four. So your note is likely the reason that tesla shares have run up over the last couple of days and curious if this James Murdoch potential makes you more or less optimistic think the most important thing really is is that that the mosque is really just focused on building model threes getting deliveries out there anything that really just gets that focused down to that. I think is actually a very positive thing. So if James Murdoch's the one who can actually ran him in and prevent some of the tweets, go out and the focus really comes back to the deliveries which is really the fundamentals of the business. I think that will end up being a very positive for the company while the question Max's is can James Murdoch. Wait mean James Murdoch has been on the board and Elon Musk's behavior has been as it has been. No, I think the the reigning in is going to have to come from me line himself and just because of the the sort of his larger than life profile the extent to which kind of his personality has defined tesla. I think if you believe in this company, what you hoping for is that Ilan himself will see the light not that not that the SEC or a board member or someone else is going to do that for him. And and I think if we if we've seen anything learn anything over the last few months is that is that John even even when tesla has been dinged for various reasons, he's still been willing to kind of be his own person. And so so, yeah, I mean, I think that the chairmanship is important. It's an important milestone for the company, but I don't think that alone is going to bring much change. So Weiner tacos about how you came to your conclusion that this is a by and in the face of staunch opposition from the bears. I just mentioned in an earlier analyst who believes actually tesla shares are going to go in the opposite direction. So my big call here really is we're taking an angle of looking at the sector really from a disruptive perspective and from technology angle, which I've covered for the past twenty years and a lot of people will talk about electric autonomous is really kinda being the disruptors. We look at it as the enablers, and I think this is gonna enable a platform ecosystem. So think about developers building applications directly on top of the car, and it'll turn that car into an application. So you download something you press the button, and then you turn that vehicle into a ridesharing vehicle or you download a different app and turn it into a delivery vehicle. And ultimately, the reason why we're so bullish on tesla is because if you actually look at the commercial technology that's already built into the car. A lot of those platform ecosystem technology is already there. And that's what makes us really positive on the long-term story for for

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"chaska" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"chaska" Discussed on Data Skeptic

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