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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KOMO

"Raider gets Raid He's in and back to first diving His hunter nipples. So now it's two. Nothing in favor of Nebraska. No boy, ESPN two with the coverage Hastings, Nebraska with a three to nothing lead after three innings, so they're halfway through that game and coming up in 15 minutes on KOMO news radio. President Joe Biden welcomed the 2020 w NBA champion Seattle Storm to the White House. A tradition which started in 18 65 for hockey. No, no, for amateur baseball teams will tell you Who it 5 25. Thank you, Bill. Come on news time. 5 11. Bye Bye. Don Everly of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, the Everly Brothers passing away over the weekend. He was 84. He and brother Phil played Seattle several times over their multi decade career and Cuomo's Corwin hey, takes a look back at their influential career. Listen to this kind of Phil and don Everly at Seattle's Paramount Theater in the early 19 seventies. Sleep. Even from this amateur audience tape. You can hear it. The country rock sound and brilliant harmonies that influenced the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt and many other legends. And with it, you get the late dawn Everlys percussive driving acoustic guitar, US noticed hallmark of their groundbreaking sound. Wake up. Listen to see that the Kentucky born brothers released a string of hits in the late 19 fifties and although they didn't always get along.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KOMO

"The 2020 w NBA champion Seattle Storm just played a game yesterday in Washington, D. C. So they stuck around to meet the commander in chief from President Biden. Thank you so much for welcoming us into the White House as people who are part of women's sports. Um, it feels good to be back in this place there Sue Bird. She and the storm the first W. NBA squad to accept the president's invitation since 2015 tomorrow, Seattle wraps up a road trip in Minnesota back in Williamsport to elimination games for the Little League Baseball World Series, second inning. Eastlake all stars of some Amish and Hastings, Nebraska scoreless. Out of Texas into California and Seattle Mariners wrapped their road trip with two now against the Oakland A. Starting tonight. Marco Gonzalez rose for Seattle Seahawks trimming their football roster down to 80 waving quarterback Alex Magoo and defensive lineman Cedric Lattimore. Unfortunately, Ben Burke curve in the great linebacker from U Dub and receiver John Ursula, both over for the season. They suffered some season ending knee injuries. Saturday night Sports at 10 40. After the hour, Bill Schwartz come on in. Thanks, Bill update on traffic and weather, neck work school grocery shopping. Doctors appointments, the gym. To the airport to pick up loved ones to the kids. Soccer games piano lessons out for movie Night to hear your favorite band in the city over to Grandma and Grandpa as house and on last year's amazing Road trip, your vehicle takes you so many places..

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"The. Corn loop that's not not not the official state foods are may originally called fruit smack. kool-aid laid was invented by man named Edwin Perkins who many small order business out of Hastings Nebraska. Though the fruits met concentrates to it was one of the most popular products, glass bottles often broken transit. Perkins and Vinnie Powder Concentrated Nineteen, twenty seven to solve the problem and kool-aid was born Perkins. You are the man Genius, Oh Yeah Nice Roy Rogers faithful horse trigger which I love. Yeah. Unfortunately. died of natural causes in nineteen sixty, which happens but you can still see him at the RFID TV in Omaha not a replica. The real trigger he's a stuffed mounted horse was displayed at the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum in Branson Missouri Until Twenty ten when he was sold at auction where he brought a whopping two, hundred, sixty, six, thousand, six, hundred Bucks Nice Rfid TV use trigger for promotional events along with Rogers dog bullet. My Daddy Daddy stuff he stuff all of that all the ash it wasn't just Pearl Harbor. That was hidden during World War Two on April Eighteenth Nineteen, forty, five Japanese balloon bomb exploded in sky over Dundee section of Omaha. Fortunately, it didn't do much damage in the attempts kept hush hush until after the war was over whooped. Yeah. Let me tell the People Nebraska was like what the Hell's Nowadays be all SIMS. No kidding. There is a six foot tall statue of chef boy ar dee. Yes. I'm as right. No, he is not from there and yes, he was a real person. His name was actually pronounced boy our day. Oh. But yes. Until recently, Omaha was home to the headquarters of Conagra. Foods Inc a business that includes brands like healthy choice. Jiffy pop you ready whip. Slim Jims yes. Juve Brother and chef boy day dad the man behind the canned Pasta Mascot was actually hector. BRD. Bureau do. Day who was a renowned schiff long before his face Grace Kansas Spaghetti or Spaghetti now I'm sorry Spaghetti O's I don't recall his face ever being spaghetti does he was responsible for Ravioli beef Aronie stuff like that your spaghetti o's was chef boyardee. Spaghetti and meatballs. Forget in the made balls you know what? I'm saying now some famous Nebraska NHS include Marlon Brando. Great actor. Brandon Gabrielle Union Beautiful Nick Nolte who crazy. Fred astaire whose awesome. In an Ramsey who is awesome and amazing, and if you don't know who in Ramsey, she played mama for tally in the goonies. And Mama lift in throw Momma from the train. Yep She was an amazing actress she was yes I'm GonNa tell you what We'll before we get into the main story as always we do on this show, let's get into your weird news of the day. But before we do that, my brother, what's up man has a very special day. What's hit it? roadmender. Rolling. Care Latin. August.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

"Care of some business I am ready to take care of some business bring me back to the day but seventies I was a good song back then still a good song still a good song you're right absolutely so you we're not part of our work on the show whenever button I interviewed my brother Eric who is the CEO of the hospital up in Hastings Nebraska and it was interesting because I said you know we're talking about the scope of nineteen and we're talking about the impact of re opening the economy and what's going on and there was an article out earlier this week about how they're seeing a rise in cases in rural America especially around meat packing plants in those things like that he's seen that outbreak there in Hastings and and he did say that they had some really good success stories in treating code nineteen and they have had a few people pass away but the people that had passed away he gave an example of one that was already on hospice the contract of the code during you know when they were in the nursing home but you know that when that person was was gonna you know they were already at the end anyway then then one had several comorbid conditions he didn't give the details of all of them but the most interesting thing can was what we were really want to get from him is what is the appetite from the rural community rural America for getting back to business as usual once the state re opens and he made the comment that they through the governor in this discussions with the hospitals CEOs across the state and that they decided to go ahead and start allowing elective surgeries again last week and when the doctors called all the people that were had been scheduled that had to delay because of the covert nineteen only thirty percent said yes let's go ahead and get the surgery done and there were seventy percent saying I think I'm gonna wait and so that's what we were talking about earlier is what is the but you know what's gonna look like okay so the state's open right and the city's open and we can say let's go back and do things but what what is the psyche of the American people are they going to still be scared to get out there and do you know do things as normal or are people just gonna start going back to normal right away what do you think can well what I think is some of the people that I've talked to their some of them are already saying they're getting frustrated and just want to get out there and do get back to normal again then you have other people that I talk to me yeah actually talked to quite a couple of days ago and she said she's not going to go out until there's a vaccine and she's there's too much at risk for her to go out she's a a little older and has had some medical problems that doesn't want to go out and tell her vaccine is injected into her so I I there's some sort of solution so I I I don't I think you're gonna get mixed reactions and yeah I think some of the scariest stuff is some people going to are some people that are found on other people because they're out there they're out there without a master out there without you know any six six feet of distance between them I I don't know how this social distancing is going to work it's going to be interesting to see how it plays out team well I think that what you're going to see can I think you're gonna see a lot of the younger population get back out a lot quicker than the older population I think that you know people are gonna look and say okay if I'm elderly or if I've already got some sort of co morbid condition I'm not going to risk it and I'm not gonna get out there but the but the big thing is man maybe it's fifty fifty maybe sixty forty maybe a seventy thirty like what my brother experience there in the hospital with that kind of a mentality we don't know right it is that unknown and that and that's what is really kind of driving the markets a little bit crazy and the question is you know for our listeners is dead does your plan your financial plan assuming that you have one which I know most of you don't but does your plan take that into consideration and can that's why I think it's so critical in times like this and even more important times like this that people actually use a financial planner over just an investment adviser because the investment adviser is simply looking at one thing and that is the markets right a financial planner is looking at your life first and what you want to have happen and then designing a portfolio that is that can take you through these types of conditions and you know god forbid we wind up in a scenario like the the lost decade how would your plan fair how would you would you still be able to do the things that you want to do would you be able to stay retired and get the income you need would you be able to get to retirement plan get the income you need you don't know the answers those questions if you don't have a financial plan in most of you that have a financial plan the financial plan is inadequate because it did people take a lot of short cuts in our industry can we use a guy I'm a system and I want to get people in here to your office cannot your office but to do a virtual meeting with you in your advisors and get a second opinion so that they can understand what this guy to retirement system does and what it looks like it give them some confidence in in their overall plan so if you've got five hundred thousand dollars save for retirement I want you to call right now ask for your free second opinion eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen can you know dean he said most of you don't have a plan thank you I I think I think people may think they have one and we have to define what a plan is what a plan is not a plan is not knowing that you have social security a plant is not knowing that you have a portfolio you know in maybe knowing you have a pension plan is when all of those pieces and many others are connected together and you know how the intricacies of all of that work the the tax ramifications of it so when you have taken the time and and and actually I don't I'm going basis review in that plan and making sure that all the pieces are in place then you know you have a plan and part of that plan is actually having one that has time tested has tested scenarios like this where when the markets are flat for a year or two or what have you I mean we did it did to part of the end of twenty fourteen all of twenty fifteen of part of the very first part of twenty sixteen markets were flat there's about two years there that they just settle down so when people when people do don't stress test for that that's when anxiety comes in that's where the fear of the unknown that's when you go into freeze mode and you're like I don't even want to go out and spend money and enjoy my life because I don't I don't know if I'm gonna make it no you're exactly right can you know what I like and what you're talking about there to you know having the old rand McNally road atlas right and have to try to navigate your way to where we want to go to today's GPS that most people have on their smartphones right yes you can get there are you gonna get there sufficiently as you as you could with the GPS is it going to warn you of road construction accidents detours those types of things is it going to re route you every time you you know you can you stop for a launch or you stop for a restroom break that's what a real financial plan does is it ties everything together says what's my destination what is I'm trying to do and it all and it tells you every day where are you in relation to that and if something has happened doesn't require adjustments to what you're doing that's what a real father plan looks like you on chat you know what's funny is my GPS tells me where the police officers are so talk about get there a little faster once in awhile it's kind of nice to know where you need to slow down and pick up speed may be a little bit but you're right those details today's technology that we have allows us to go out live the life that we want to live with confidence and and the technology that's out there re re calibrates just like that GPS will recalibrate you on your trip and to me that gives me a lot of maturity that the plans that we're working in inside of us there if you're going to do well and the people can that we're working with you go out live the life you do things that they want to do another life intentionally absolutely and so if you want to know what's all involved in that plan you can either call and get a free second opinion or you can call and get a copy of our retirement plan checklist either way you need five hundred thousand dollar safe retirement call now eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen if.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

"Back to America's wealth management showing you know steam barber along with but Casper we're talking about the economic impact in the opening of our economy just before the break we talked about how we're seeing a major outbreaks of code nineteen in rural America joining us by telephone here is Eric barber he's my brother he is the CEO of a hospital called Mary Lanning hospital in Hastings Nebraska Eric welcome thanks for taking a few minutes with us to do it all right so we're we're we're getting word we seem like they're some hot spots around the prisons and packing plants and you had that experience there in Hastings Nebraska tells which CM yeah so that's and major outbreak and well we're facing a huge escalation in the number of cases per capita that we're facing here it hospitals are no different than every other business that's been shut down because he basically does a profitable service lines right we shut down the elective surgeries and cardiac cath so the diagnostic procedures and we've basically focused completely on the critical care patients who were in the ICU which is not really a profitable thing for a hospital but then you got all the same expenses that continue with payroll and so it's been it's been interesting endeavor so would you how many cases have you guys actually seen there at Maryland you have a rough number there sure so we've had some success stories actually need we were as high as twenty one total patients in house who were killed in nineteen positive and for some perspective for about a hundred bed hospital we're license for a hundred and sixty beds but if we had other patients because our ice you can actually hold ten is a little bit overwhelming for sort.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"Piece of crap. And but then also this is. This is going to be something I was going to bring up. That the hall of Justice GonNa do. They turned the castle grade school into castle grade school man and he went on a rampage and was murdering people so Hala Justice to sat there like cold concrete. Solis nothing Catholic grade school man went on a tear. So plus I'm sure there's probably just like a key to get into the hall of Justice whereas to get into Catholic Grade School. You needed the power source both halves. Both avs and the other thing is so the hall of Justice. Did have a force field. I know that protected did but the sorceress protected the Catholic grade school and seriously who's hotter a force field or the sorceress. That is the best Roman argument ever. Yeah I I think we win every other main comic. This was being captured and like drug off by skeletal or someone. She was like the crappiest protector graceful. Ever she's anemic give her. She had no food in order to go to the bathroom. Red Blood Cell Count. And they're always dark. She wanted to get kidnaps. She'd use a bathroom somewhere probably probably but he always gird in always brought back. You thought that the The lava coming a snake mountain was actually law. But it's actually like their suet. It's like they're sewers actually had plumbing and snake mountain filtering system. Yes Oh man but the other thing is too is like again so if somebody broke into the hall of Justice they would just get some cool weapons and toys and vehicles in a conference room whereas if you broken the castle grade school you had the power of the universe. So that's if you didn't go crazy I that's true that's like yeah happened. Happened Hornak and skeletal when they both got in their modular dinner because he was already crazy him because again he's a piece of crap was wasn't the sole seed in Castle Grade School at one point. Yes Yup the sole seed suspecting. That is how I was worried you were going to do that. sociology like this. This power that was formed at the creation of eternity and it allowed you to like rewrite reality. Yup and it was so pow- tried to Tries to corrupt you as well. It tried to corrupt Prince Adam. Prince two good so it didn't corrupt him and then yeah. This wave two or wave through one. Yes raves Phil made twelve. I mean way late. Well what do we think we can have a consensus on this one? As much as I love a good bathroom and get a lot done in there and castle grace goes. It's the center of the universe. It's got the sole seat. It's it was one of my favorite place. That's all time growing up than I. It favorite place than I had growing up. I would've loved the GI JOE aircraft carrier. That would have been that's ever been. I didn't have it so graceful was my my James. So I'm willing to concede on this day scholars. Amazing I have to. I would concede Lee's original point and that is it would be better to live in yes and landscaping aloneness. Far Far Superior. It actually makes Gotham look good. It does cast grade school. I mean seriously. We're backtrack just goes drives up. The side of we didn't even talk about point. Dread I mean war castle grade schools fixer upper. We're just adding stuff on fixer uppers. That's week on flip-flop they turn you this old school. This school man like the before and after pictures of great scholars the same just like really dark and Dan's exactly your toilet in the corner like the thrown at door. That's right now one features you really don't want to get stuck in the dungeon. I'M NOT GONNA say why you didn't know what we put down there. Well trapdoors double purpose. That's right right. Well love that one. Let's move onto the next one and our first pick one right was that we're one in one out right right so sorry. I cut you off okay. So next. One is our barricade brawl with kool-aid man on our side. All I apologize at the beginning I kind of spilled the beans on. Who's versus new? But so it's all right. Man is on our side. He is the of course the mascot for kool-aid and he got his origins in one thousand. Nine hundred. Seventy four is a walking talking tall pitcher of Cherry kool-aid and he was recreated by the Grey Advertising Company. And if you remember the commercials of course kids are parched from playing outside or doing other activities and they just say Oh man. We're thirsty and shout. Hey who laid man and boom kool-aid man burst through the door. He's bursts through walls. He's burst through. Yeah Jeff would be perfect for that. You could be the next man. Actually Jeff shooting for it. He goes through furnishings and ceilings and got his start in nineteen seventy nine when that whole ad campaign came out but nineteen seventy four is when they kind of created that iconic look of the kind of has the. What is it Hawaiian shirt and has the smile and the pitcher in the shoes and all that stuff but in nineteen eighty the he had attained a pop culture status in one thousand nine hundred three that he had his own Atari Twenty six hundred and in television video game and elevated include pictures in the show notes. I looked at it. I have no idea as Atari. Twenty six hundred what you're supposed to really do. But still he had his own game so then he also had a comic book series for a while that they they had. I think Marvel's the one that did that one. If I remember correctly I think so under their stars imprint. Yeah from yeah there you go nine hundred ninety three to eighty five under Archie Archie. Looks like Rg Archie. And the also had the thirsty which is a group of anthropomorphic sunlight creatures. Or we're the villains and then in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. They retired the character from the commercials. They didn't have that anymore. Up until two thousand eight when he was all CG guide because I kind of remember those commercials of his. I guess a guy in a suit as what it kind of looked like and so in two thousand eight. They made him into a character instead. But I didn't realize this but the original formula for kool-aid was not in the dry packets. It was in little tiny. I don't know if you saw like vanilla in or lemon and just a little tiny bottles of Syrup that you would pour in the water so it's just a condenser up. Yeah that's what it was but when he first created it back in the twenty s. The depression hit and found out. Well if I turn this into powder like Jello. That's where he got. The idea from was Jello Jello packets. He could sell them for five cents. A pack could ship them anywhere and it was a lot lighter because I guess in the beginning they didn't they weren't in stores. You had to mail order him so to save on shipping. He did the dry format which saved a lot of money that way on the on the shipping and it was originally called fruit smack as what the original later. Fruits math is. So that's what originally came in. Make anything out of cool anymore. They have pickles that you can soak into kool-aid and get the orange flavored pickles all sorts of things when I was researching this different things that they die your hair with cooler. That was kind of in the high school. Yeah do anything with kool-aid almost seems like even take the powder and deep fat fryer or deep deep. Fry that and eat it which I've never done that. I don't think I want to that. Does not sound holy smokes. The more than five hundred sixty three million gallons of KOOLADE are consumed every year with more than two hundred and twenty five gallons just in the summer alone so in other words seventeen gallons of cool eight are consumed every second during the summer. That's a lot of KOOLADE. That's incredible. That's I didn't know that. Much in their seventy four different flavors. Now that's insane that's crazy. So that's the KOOL aid man. I the iconic commercials of course every Saturday morning. You're bound to see at least three or four of them. Yeah I guarantee it. I remember forget what year it would have been. It's probably eighty five. Eighty six. I think and it came out with the blue laid for the first time Berry. Birch was I called something. I don't remember what it was last year. Berry wasn't like wasn't very good. It was kind of Tangy. Yeah but man. I was like this is incredible. I'm drinking something blue and my my parents I. They're like I remember. We got it. We come walking drinking it and my parents like what are you doing? Like this is awesome and then like a week later. We spilt like a glass on the floor. On the carpet it was forever blue. Not Come out those same time that they had Purple Soroush Rex. Yes which was. That was my favorite was purple source records. Oh Yeah well. Speaking of stains and stuff that they could do the. I guess it's used not only as hair dye. But the citric acid in kool-aid makes a handy toilet bowl cleaner to so interesting. Report Your Toilet. Leave it overnight. It'll clean it up in a in a Jiffy. I KINDA WANNA try that one of those pickles. Yeah I've seen it looking good terrier strawberry. Yeah I love it. How in two thousand fifteen? They had kool-aid invisible so it looked like water. How interesting sugar. All the center. You just put in their innovative fun fact. So you guys know were. Kool aid was originated from Rice Hastings Nebraska Hastings Nebraska. And every year event there in Hastings. Yeah Day back in eighteen. Twenty one I think is when it first came out there. We go the KOOL aid. Man Who is very mankind. Atl HEADS UP. I watched a bunch of his commercials that do broke through everything signs billboards. He crashed with stadium. Wall in the middle of a baseball game. He broke through brick walls and every time that smile on his face like didn't even faze him we're and usually he was carrying like other pitchers to like bring people drinks. Drop just like it's all stuff was still in hand. He was just a sheen built for breaking stuff. And hydrating people and the carrier of diabetes. A one way or another before before. Destroy the foyer. Destroy kool-aid man..

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Madness2Magic

Madness2Magic

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Madness2Magic

"I am here again with you. For this episode of madness to magic. I'm with crazy love story and i'm so glad that you decided to join us today because today we have a very special guest a a very special friend. Joanna and i am going to let her introduce herself because i will most likely mess it up and she's important to mess it up. Yep so joining you wanna say hello and let people know who you are. Hi <hes> i'm joanna <hes> when when people ask i usually say that i am a lifelong christina percentage elliott resident and i am a mother of two and wife of one and i have been a founding member and president of the friends of rock even four about five over six years now awesome and and that's good that you are the wife of one because there will be a whole different packing strike so with korea right exactly so you have been the leader the spear header spirit move or the spirit of of the effort towards rock avon. Can you explain a little bit about what rock haven is. The listeners rock haven is a beautiful spot not in vertigo city where once upon a time a woman came out and deciding to do something different to give women <hes> safe care for for mild mental and nervous issues in a home like setting in one thousand nine hundred she came out she found the the beautiful mountains and into the beautiful oak trees and a beautiful building to be able to keep them in her idea after working for about twenty years or so in mental health both going from world war one out to patent out to l._a. County hospital and seeing all the different ways that mental patients retreated after particularly women that she needed to do something different and she had learned about cottage care sushi knew that if you give them dignified treatment and a homelike setting things are going to be different she had watched <hes> an even had in her care. Some women who were put away for for virtually no reason and if they were put into the system they would disappear they would be drugged. They would be locked away for unknown amounts of time and her focus was on getting out getting active and getting home <hes> so i'm gonna ask that we rewind just a little bit and <hes> part of the reason that i have joanna here is because i love to binge watch tv and one of the programs out right now is called hearts and it's could you know why they weren't. We're not even hiding this anymore. Destroyed an author on out there well apparently during this timeframe turn of the century. <hes> women had two choices right so they were either married or they became harlot. So i mean that was kind of it or you know you were around the street. That's kind of how they portray. Trey this whole kind of series and so they show you a family to a couple different families who really going to the business of being harlot s- <hes> and by that we mean prostitution right so <hes> what did they used to calm brothels and the reason that you really came to mind had nothing nothing to do with prostitution or as beautiful as you are on and you look awesome when you wear those period thesis whenever we have those kind of <hes> events but the reason is because one of the characters who is not a particularly kind person was recess is getting better and better as you should watch this. You can come to mind because right now not not that. She reminds me of you but she was put in a a hell hole. That's what i'm calling. We're and called mentally ill by her son and right now they're going through what happens to people in those environments what they used to do <hes> to people mostly the women who were deemed mentally ill so one. We're talking about rock haven in your work with it so first off the the woman men who actually created rock even her name was agnes. Richards agnes richards and she was actually if i remember correctly a nurse yes. They are an ah okay. She became an r._n. And what were the kinds of things that she saw you kind of lewd to them but will the things that she experienced against as an r._n. For women for people with mental illness can you talk a little bit about before. She started rocky right. Well it most of that. I can only imagine <hes> because she never worked in a while. I guess she did she worked in hastings nebraska hospital for the chronic insane in during world war one she work with the red cross and that would be the guys that came back with what they called. Shell shock give give him a shot of whiskey and send them back out again. They had no idea what was really happening to the minds of these people so she'll like today with most medic stress crowder yeah okay then she comes out to to patent this. The stories that i hear like raucous rock haven actually had a woman who was put in there because she was going through menopause her her husband said she wasn't acting like herself and therefore she needed to be put away put a way now. Fortunately they chose a lovely place for her to be put if he had put her anyplace else. I mean it's ridiculous that new for some reason he didn't think that she could function <music> outside of a hospital just because she's going through menopause won't even inherits in that day one of the younger girls who's in the mental facility <hes> she was put in there by her stepfather because she was caught having sex in the stables with a stable boy now and so there were all sorts of reasons women didn't have a voice at all right now so so go ahead so she experienced all of this yeah well she but but this sort of thing that continues to go on yes i heard about a story in the fifties or sixties where young girl got pregnant and they didn't send her to a camp for young mothers they sent her to a sanitarium to give birth to this child and wouldn't experience that would be would different place way. What a way to be treated for <hes> yeah. I don't know but there's various. There's just all kinds of stuff and then the idea like nellie bly going and getting herself locked away for several days as to find out what it was really like on the inside and she finds out that that basically everybody well. There's just so many stories polyamide the basically everybody's getting drugged the miserable place to be and that if you are not insane you're gonna go insane because of what a what miserable treatment buying but then there are the genuinely insane people that there amongst the people who are not at least not yet insane and the challenges of of having to manipulate your way around and then keep our sanity example go matt right and then of course agnes made run by women for women only think of the dangers that women were facing and i recently heard about a patient that was found to be pregnant by a caretaker gentleman who was abusing her still still the twenty first century has started stuff going on so <unk>. Agnes was was way ahead of time leah. You know she needed to do something different to give them an opportunity to to you. Recover you know not get worse. <hes> ni- go someplace terrible not be abused further and then go a step beyond that and and make it beautiful setting and treat them with dignity as her granddaughter took over and brought it further into the twentieth century to the twenty first century <hes> making certain that their hair was done that their nails were done. They were always dressed. There were always brought out to dinner. They were not allowed to just sit in a chair and watch television and this is more dementia alzheimer's by this time for the the rock even focused care and there was of course <hes> different mental issues there but mostly on aging issues issues but it would change their behavior they would feel differently out themselves because they were being treated as human beings and they were allowed outdoors. Oh yeah no. They were encouraged particularly in the beginning they that she had one of those fun things about learning more about her where she worked out at patent state hospital. They showed us where the farm was like. Oh i heard that agnes how to garden and she had chickens because the leaders were supposed to get out and have a purpose abyss they had a facilities for making their own mattresses for making their own shoes obviously for cooking and all these things that all of the the at that place patients rockin the residence where the ladies they were called. They were never called patients all these activities for them to do it made a difference in their behavior in their day to day lives and and that sort of thing so yeah well we're talking about twentieth century twenty first century so with my own mother my own sister and the places they were committed to the fact that they were allowed to just further isolate right. They were drugged up yet right right and i get it when someone is way off the deep end to even start the process of what's really wrong and you need to calm people down. I i understand the theory behind it. However the practice of just keeping people drugged up <unk> doped up unnecessarily the practice of putting people win those places without real cause right. I'm not even giving them a voice that has been going on forever and i do believe leave still to some extent continues yeah yeah i've heard of them being drugged simply because the the orderlies the caretakers didn't want to deal with them. You just drag them into two cata tony jaa and then one of the worst things that are just recently heard was up in <hes> cameo deaf children were being put in mental sanitariums and then just rode to keep them quiet yeah yankee docile yeah so yeah no it's it's twisted it's scary and sad and and part of part of why this place is such a beautiful and kind of tragic story <hes> uh-huh because <hes> because of what she was saving them from if they could and not just saving them but if i can say so so when i <hes> i stumbled onto joanna. I stumbled onto rock. Aven i think a lot of people maybe stumbled onto it and then they're like shocked at at what it is is right the historical reference but also in in taking being taken on a tour of the grounds. It's such a beautiful beautiful tranquil zen place with rose bushes and like it's so like you want to spend time there and i can only imagine in terms terms of caregiving for people with any kind of mental disorder that kind of environment is what should be preserved and encouraged encouraged and furthered verses gino turning it into a hotel surprise yet yeah and that was that was my thing as i worked to preserve this historic spot it wasn't just to keep it from being leveled and becoming housing it wasn't it wasn't even just to save the stories <hes> which is pretty much what we're gonna be coming up on our on our website is just trying to make sure that all these stories that i've learned over the years they're out there for people to read read and learn and do research and that sort of thing but it is to preserve the space itself. I'm always disappointed. When i drive up to a historical sign that says an five miles from here used to be and i would hate for anybody to pull up to the spot and he's even going to be kind of weird to go to <unk> hotel and say yeah this was a mental sanatorium but to say you know a a a woman came out and began a business for women to to give them an opportunity to be treated like human beings used to be here. You know but right now you still. There's an advertisement that that said <hes> that this was a place of rest best and rehabilitation for women suffering from overwork and exhaustion and you know we always hands when they speak. We're already for that spot..

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Say merging with the Missouri and can I Kansas so I mean just be aware of your driving anywhere through that part of the country check your local radar it's also scattered showers in the northern part of Texas head on over through Oklahoma otherwise the the reins around the badly there in Illinois we pretty much moved on out pretty much over the lake missions now got rain moving in the lower one third of the state in yeah I saw a note somebody sent me a PA they don't know where the they got hit with little mini tornado or what but definitely some damage up there the the big popular event roared ashore to the big huge motorcycle then so there's a lot of damage done to the bunch of the vendors and some of the area over there so be interesting to see what they report on that but still some scattered showers upper part of Pennsylvania in the lower part of New York state and everything's clear south than up the eastern seaboard Bradley guy thing on severe weather yeah I got a few actually Rapid City South Dakota stoner thunderstorm warning Kansas city pleasant home is very flash flood warnings north Platte Nebraska flash flood warning Hastings Nebraska so we're thunderstorm warning and Billings Montana flash flood warning you see anything traffic weather wise eighty eight six zero eighty seventy five locally five one three seven four nine seven thousand we gotta get fast and furious here we go yeah let let's head gland leads up next in the batting order I see Eskimo month call and we'll get to ask maybe stackers gotta go into give you had yeah okay.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"One time, I'm going to go on TV or radio and curse. And I just don't think people realize when it's serious stuff and that red light goes on your body, reacts accordingly. But okay. I gotcha. I'm down. All right. So. We got to know. I gotta find out I how you got here. Right. And, you know, so obviously, I'm a former player and blah, blah, blah. So you've got a very popular podcast. How did you get to that point? I know you and I were deeming and you were telling me that you're from bucks county, which I didn't know but and we'll even get into that a little bit. But what, what's your story to the point that you are where you are? All right. I'll try truncated. It went to Syracuse for broadcast journalism wanted to be like a sports anchor and all that stuff like ESPN first job. I got was in Hastings Nebraska population about twenty four thousand I was a general assignment news reporter because nobody would hire me for sports. Make an allotting salary of eighteen thousand five hundred dollars a year. Got a huge bump, my second year to nineteen thousand five hundred dollars on your. I only took that market because it was the only news director that said, I could be involved with their high school football show on Fridays. And then on my off day on Saturdays. I'd cover the huskers, and when that I was there like endemic ensue there. So, I was I was all in, like, I, I want to do sports, but I never got the chance I then get a second job after two years in Louisville Kentucky. Again, I'm a general assignment news. Reporter and one of the weekend sports anchors left. And I went into the news director's office, and I said, I wanna do sports, and he looked at me and said, I want you to be my next morning anchor for news. And I said, I know that, that's a better job, but I just love sports, and he goes, I don't care, and I went in my free time and I recorded myself doing sports, and he called me and it was office, and he goes, atom, I've never seen you like this. I said, is it bad? He goes, no. You're so much better at sports, and I said, okay. And he made the switch. And I was there for about three and a half years. So this was like, the Charlie strong era. I was there when Louisville one a national championship. I produced a documentary that actually was in theaters across the state in my free time about the Louisville Kentucky rivalry anywhere. I was I was just going to go all in and the whole time. I'm a huge eagles fan. You know, I remember sitting there doing a weekend newscast producing it and watching that crazy eagles comeback against the giants with the desha Jackson, punt return and jumping on a desk in the middle of the newsroom, I went viral back when you could go viral. Now you go viral for like two hours, I went viral for three weeks where I dropped like forty wrestling references into sports cast. And then it kind of blew up on like awful announcing and then a week later, I did Seinfeld references..

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center that snow out there should end around seven o'clock getting up to about thirty two degrees today on Sunday. We've got snow about a thirty percent chance of it from seven in the morning to one in the afternoon. Winds will pick up on Sunday won't we get up to twenty four degrees and then on Monday, mostly sunny, but a high only near thirteen degrees. Temperatures around the area right now Twenty-eight at O'Hare twenty-five thirty admit way, twenty nine along the lakefront Lake Michigan water temperature of thirty four wins over north of five. I'm Roger badesch WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation. Whenever a story changes time now for Mr. oriented Samuelson on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN and thank you and good morning to you who Roger twenty eight degrees on my thermometer here in Huntley, Illinois. And I'll tell you what my Armstrong made the right choice this week because he. Covered the commodity classic down in Orlando, Florida. And I think Florida was one of the areas that have pretty decent weather for the past week, or so I think we have come to the end of the big agricultural conventions because farmers are going to be ready to get back to work in their tilling the fields in planning the crops, and so they'll be heading home from that convention in Orlando. But the berry farmer magazine announced the names of the form master farmers for Illinois this week, and we'll be checking in with Holly Spangler, just a few minutes to get the names of the four new class of master farmers. But before we get to that. Let's check in with the man who made the right choice. Good morning, max Armstrong. Well, good morning. Orient. I believe it has been about Twenty-three years now since they started this event called commodity classic an annual gathering of grain farmers. The national corn Growers Association the American soybean association, the national sorghum producers of the national association of wheat growers in the last couple of years. Also, they've included with that the association of equipment manufacturers this year, they gathered in Orlando here. And of course, the economics could be much better than they are right now. The corn market is a perfect example, I visited with the president of the national corn Growers Association. Lynn, crisp, his farmers near Hastings, Nebraska. We talked about the supplies of cord of the world right now. The fact that they are still rather burdensome they carry over numbers there on the high end manageable as they weigh on the market, and as long as we have an abundant supply, the market's not gonna give us the kind of price that way are looking or back. Demand continues to go up production continues to go up as long as the weather cooperates. And you know, farmers are just looking in preparing for another year. Hi yields were very important to growers last year, and many of them were able to achieve that you think that underscores the importance. We're good corn heels in two thousand nineteen I it does. And it's specifically in our area. We've had three years in a row of a really good production. And those extra bushels have kept some, you know from just being in real trouble. And. So production does play a part of it. Marketing our grain is the toughest thing that we do as farm operators getting a price that we really need in order to keep our farms, economically viable, I suppose that's one aspect of this annual event the information that is shared the effort to make growers better at what they are doing it that includes improving their marketing skills, and every year the commodity classic has excellent information in their breakout sessions. Attendees can take in and depending upon where their interest lies and it prepares them for making choices in that technology arena. Then is what can be applied to their farm to make them more effective more efficient. It's always a place associated with what is that technology cost? And so lots of good things to be seen viewed on trade show or got an excellent trade show or going on with commodity classic this year too. In terms of for corn? How optimistic are you taking a look at the domestic scene and then the global demand for coroner corn products. I'm a farmer. So I am eternally optimistic. You know about the opportunities in agriculture. The fact of the matter is were outpacing our demand ability. To find those markets, then with our production capability as long as weather cooperates. And that's just the nature of it. I've been in farming for forty some years and in south central Nebraska, where VERA Gatien so we can mitigate the drought situation over those forty years the years that we did. Well, economically was a year where supply was pulled down by some widespread drought across the country. And and that seems the. Kind of an unusual thing to be talking about that over forty year career. That's just the way that has been at does beg the question after three very good years. Successive years of strong corn fields is that sustainable. It. Probably is word, you know, outside of our window is our as they increase production capability and being above trend line. And I'll by going on six years in a row in this particular situation is also an unprecedented situation that I've been in over my forty year career that has never happened before. And so it's a struggle are members talk to us all the time about the pressure. It's on their farming operations due to these prices relative to cost, and we're doing absolutely everything that we can as the national corn Growers Association. They increased demand demand demand. The man because we've got to find the appropriate markets for the products that we're growing land, Chris from Hastings Nebraska, president of the national corn Growers Association, one of the frequent topics as you could imagine here orien-, especially targeted corn growers was that attack on corn sweeteners waged by Bud Light beer during the Super Bowl broadcast if you weeks ago and the folks at Miller Coors who proudly proclaim that they do use corden sweeteners have hasten to take advantage of the situation. We talked with Adam Collins vice president we communication with Miller Coors. And he pointed out to me, the irony of bud lights attack.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WJR 760

"Was expected to be difficult. I'm Elliot Francis. If you are behind on your bills, then this message is for you. How would you like to have a large portion of your credit card debt or medical bills forgiven? National credit card relief would like to give you free information on a proven debt-forgiveness program. It's not bankruptcy. It's not consolidation. This special program actually wipes clean the portion of your debt that is forgiven. Call for your free forgiveness information now eight hundred two nine one six six seven zero that's eight hundred two nine one six six seven zero. Don't wait. Call eight hundred two nine one six six seven. Oh, not available in North Dakota. Make a healthy choice about the air you breathe start with a wave smart ventilation unit to expel the polluted damp air from your basement had crawlspace then add upstairs a hospital grade six day Jair purifier, which includes a hep A filter into powerful dual UV system stop worrying about mold odors, radon carbon monoxide chemicals in hundreds of other pollutants that are trapped in your home. Visit dryhome one two three dot com. And learn how to make your home healthier and fresher all year round. That's dryhome. Home one two three dot com. Some new research suggests that women are winning more scientific prizes, but men still take home the highest honors. Jay Johnson explains research, you're saying, although the numbers are climbing the world in general doesn't do a great job of recognizing women's contributions in science and innovation in the past hundred years. For instance, only two women have won the Nobel prize for physics the author's writing in the Harvard Business Review say that while women are winning more prizes. They win fewer prestigious prizes and they take homeless prize money despite a comparable quality of work. And the researchers say the inequity probably extends to other fields as well. I'm Jan Johnson. Third annual Bigfoot conference has drawn an estimated seven hundred people to the city of Hastings Nebraska this weekend, ten days come from all over the US Canada to discuss Bigfoot, and in some cases, their experience with.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well, this is just like essentially, it's it's a projection it's sort of part of your energy that you're just sending out there that it's not necessarily anything other than like an impression. So it kind of depends on what you decide to take away from that. But if it's just getting up and going in the door, and it's not doing any harm. My thought is probably just like a, you know, an impression of you. But it's the younger shadow self that part's kind of the a unique feature. It wasn't. It was like him. But not. Quite like him like a younger version of him. That that's intriguing in and of itself. Markets in Lincoln, Nebraska. Wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Mark. How's it going good? You still there? Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Can you hear me? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's cool. It's weird. It's like I I called in on a show like this that. Yeah. It's kind of funny. I had Amin some some of that story sound like they could be something else. Like, maybe even residual like some kind of residual energy leftover maybe like more like a ghost type of thing. But mine was like physical like for real because it was a guy from another city. I'm from Lincoln, Nebraska. A guy from Hastings Nebraska moved to Lincoln with the same same first name middle name same last name. Okay. That's weird. Okay. There's more. My my brother's name was David. He had a brother named David Kay. And and. But they were from a different city some little farm city in Nebraska, but he ended up moving to Lincoln a lot of the people that moved to Lincoln after they get a little older because there's not much for jobs in those little cities. So that's normal. But he ended up I had a motorcycle when I was young. And then he had a motorcycle. And he ended up getting a bunch of tickets on his motorcycle. And then I I would get hold, of course. And then. But that's that was just the start of it when we were young it went on for about probably ten fifteen years. And finally it came to an end. But I mean, gradually got worse and worse he got into drugs. He came from kind of a rough family, I think and he got into drugs, and he was in the newspaper in in our city. They would publish every time. There was like a crime. Reporter sure report published flutter or the police blotter pretty pretty common for that. And I want an I was so mad when my mom would tell me about it. She would see it in the paper, and she would save the clippings because he got he actually keep punched a cop got arrested for that got thrown in jail. And then the next day people at my insurance company is working within Lincoln would look at. We're looking at me funny, and would and we're seeing and they would ask, you know. Did you get into some kinda trouble? No. But he didn't look like you. So you had the exact same name you had similar data points in your family. His family, but you didn't look alike. Well, he he he we we would've looked a little bit of like, but he had a beard, and I didn't have a beer, but we were saying about the same height and our only about a year apart. It's almost like what happens if people with identity theft. Yeah. I was thinking I want to get a copy of his driver's license. So if you get pulled over you go, that's not me. You know, this is not me. Yeah. Go ahead. Aaron what's your thoughts on that? Well, there was there was a case actually just in December. A man was released from prison after spending seventeen years in jail for a crime committed by Dabo ganger. And this man's name was Richard and the perpetrators name was Ricky. So obviously similar, but and again like he was just released I believe in in December. He had a settlement in December by after spending that many years, you know, the there's so many instances of a false identification by witnesses. But in this case, they very much look like one another and moved in the same patterns in the same circles over and similar data points similar to this story. So there can be real world consequences of your d'appel ganger being out there and up to no good. Well, in this case, we're using Doppler ganger as body double again as opposed to Doppler ganger from the folkloric sense because I want to get to Rachel when we come back the first time caller line. Rachel hang on. She's in Pittsburgh. She's.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"They all said that they saw me, but like a totally black shadow version of myself. And I was just wondering if your guest has ever heard of that type of thing before. Yeah. I mean again this. I mean, this is sort of this is why I love the fact that we can go back to you know, millennia ago, and we're finding stories like this. It's interesting that it's recurring even now in two thousand nineteen because that is sort of part of that that classic folkloric thing. Now, some people thought that this was a entity dark energy, something bad. But also a lot of people thought. Okay. Well, this is just like essentially, it's it's a projection it's sort of part of your energy that you're just sending out there that it's not necessarily anything other than like an impression. So it kind of depends on what you decide to take away from that. But if it's just getting up and going in the door, and it's not doing any harm. My thought is probably just like a, you know, an impression of you. But it's the younger shadow self that part's kind of a unique feature. It wasn't. It was like him. But not quite like him like a younger version of him. That that's intriguing in and of itself. Mark is in Lincoln, Nebraska. Wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Mark. How's it going? Good. You still there? Good. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Can you hear me? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's cool. It's weird. It's like I I called in on a show like this that. Yeah. It's kind of funny. I had some some of that story sound like they could be something else. Like, maybe even residual like some kind of residual energy leftover maybe like more like a ghost type of thing. But mine was like physical like for real because it was a guy from another city. I'm from Lincoln, Nebraska. A guy from Hastings Nebraska moved to Lincoln with the same same first name middle name last name. Okay. That's weird. Okay. There's more. My brother's name was David. He had a brother named David Kay. And and, but they were from a different city some little farm city in Nebraska, he ended up moving to Lincoln a lot of the people that moved Lincoln after they get a little older because there's not much for jobs in those little cities. So that's normal. But he ended up. I had a motorcycle when I was young. And then he had a motorcycle. And he ended up getting a bunch of tickets on his motorcycle. And then I I would get pulled over, of course. And then. That. But that's that was just the start of it when we were young. It went on for about probably ten fifteen years and finally came to an end, but gradually got worse and worse he got into drugs. He came from kind of a rough family, I think and he got into drugs, and he was in the newspaper in in our city. They would publish every time there like a crime reporter sharing a police report. They would probably splutter or the police blotter pretty pretty common for towns. I wanted. I was so mad when my mom would tell me about it. She would see it in the paper, and she would save the clippings because he got he actually keep punched a cop got arrested for that got thrown in jail. And then the next day people at my insurance company, I was working within Lincoln would look at me. We're looking at me funny. And and we're seeing and they would ask, you know, you get into some kinda trouble. No. And but he didn't look like you. So you had the exact same name you had similar data points in your family. His family, but you didn't look alike. Well, he he he we we would've looked a little bit alike, but he had a beard, and I didn't have a beer, but we were saying about the same height and our only about a year apart. It's almost like what happens if people with identity theft. Yeah. I was like I want to get a copy of his driver's license. So if you get pulled over you go, that's not me. This is not me. Yeah. Go ahead. Aaron what you thought on that? Well, there was there was a case actually just in December. A man was released from prison after spending seventeen years in jail for a crime committed by Dabo ganger, and this man's his name was Richard. And the perpetrators name was Ricky. So obviously similar, but and again like he was just released I believe in in December. Yeah. The settlement in December. But after spending that many years, you know, the there's so many instances of a false identification by witnesses. But in this case, they very much look like one another and moved in the same patterns in the same circles over and similar data points similar to this story. So there can be real world consequences of your d'appel ganger being out there and up to no good. Well, in this case, we're using Doppler ganger as body double again as opposed to Doppler ganger from the folkloric sense because I want to get to Rachel when we come back the first time caller line. Rachel hang on. She's in Pittsburgh. She's.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on KTRH

"They all said that they saw me, but like a totally black shadow version of myself. And I was just wondering if you've ever heard of that type of thing before. Yeah. I mean again this. I mean, this is sort of this is why I love the fact that we can go back to you know, millennia ago, and we're finding stories like this. It's interesting that it's recurring even now in two thousand nineteen because that is sort of part of that that classic folkloric thing. Now, some people thought that this was a entity dark energy, something bad. But also a lot of people thought. Okay. Well, this is just like essentially, it's it's a projection it's sort of part of your energy that you're just sending out there that it's not necessarily anything other than like an impression. So it kind of depends on what you decide to take away from that. But if it's just getting up and going in the door, and it's not doing any harm. My thought is probably just like a, you know, an impression of you. But it's the younger shadow self that part's kind of the a unique feature. It wasn't. It was like him. But not quite like him like a younger version of him. That's intriguing in and of itself. Mark is in Lincoln, Nebraska. On a wildcard line on coast to coast AM, Mark. How's it going good? You still there? Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Can you hear me? Yeah. Great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's cool. It's weird. It's like I I called in on a show like this that. Yeah. It's kind of funny. I had some some of that story sound like they could be something else. Like, maybe even residual like some kinda residual energy leftover made you like more like a ghost type of thing. But mine was like physical like for real because it was a guy from another city. I'm from Lincoln, Nebraska. A guy from Hastings Nebraska moved to Lincoln with the same same first name middle name same last name. Okay. That's weird. Okay. There's more. My my brother's name was David. He had a brother named David Kay. And and, but they were from a different city some little farm city in Nebraska, but he ended up moving to Lincoln a lot of the people have moved to Lincoln after they get a little older because there's not much for jobs those little cities. So that's normal. But here ended up I had a motorcycle when I was young. And then he had a motorcycle. And he ended up getting a bunch of tickets on his motorcycle. I I would get hold, of course. And then. But that's that was just the start of it when we were young. It went on for about probably ten fifteen years and finally came to an end, but gradually got worse and worse he got into drugs came from kind of a rough family. I think and he got into drugs, and he was in the newspaper in our city. They would publish every time. There was like a crime reporter reports they would probably splutter or the police blotter pretty pretty common for towns that and I I want an I was so mad when my mom would tell me about it. She would it in the paper, and she would save the clippings because he got he actually keep punched a cop got arrested for that got thrown in jail. And then the next day people at my insurance company is working within Lincoln would look at me. We're looking at me funny, and would and we're seeing and they would ask me how did you get into some kind of trouble now? But he didn't look like you. So you had the exact same name you had similar data points in your family. His family, but you didn't look alike. Well, he he he we we would have looked a little bit of like, but he had a beard, and I didn't have a beer, but we were saying about the same heights, and I'll only about a year apart. It's almost like what happens if people with identity theft. Yeah. I was like he wanted to get a copy of his driver's license. So if you get pulled over you go, that's not me. You know, this is not me. Yeah. Go ahead. Aaron what your thought on that? Well, there was there was a case actually just in December. A man was released from prison after spending seventeen years in jail for a crime committed by Dabo ganger. And this man's name was Richard and the perpetrators name was Ricky. So obviously similar, but and again like he was just released I believe in in December. He had a settlement in December. But after spending that many years, you know, the there's so many instances of a false identification by eyewitnesses. But in this case, they very much look like one another and moved in the same patterns in the same circles over and similar data points similar to this story. So there can be real world consequences of your d'appel gang or being out there and up to no good. Well, in this case, we're using Doppler ganger as body double again as opposed to Doppler ganger from the folkloric sense because I want to get to Rachel when we come back the first time caller line. Rachel hang on. She's in Pittsburgh. She's.

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"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hastings nebraska" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Vertical dot com. No spaces no caps. You've been able to perform this not only in the greater an Arbor area. But at a number of locations around the country, maybe you can talk a little bit about any future performances that you already know that you lined up out of state. Sure, sure, I've I had the wonderful opportunity. Just after I launched the program on on Veterans Day in two thousand seventeen to be contacted by a foundation in Washington DC called the pitch pipe foundation that was working with the Veterans Administration and sending me to veterans facilities throughout the country. Which was just absolutely a wonderful way to to to begin. So I played in in veterans facilities throughout throughout the country. Currently the my current season began again on Veterans Day last year, and I've done ten programs since then, and I probably have about ten to fifteen before. I wind up this season in July. I will be playing I just came back from some performances in Phoenix. I will be playing in Pensacola, Florida couple of programs in February and in Memphis, Tennessee and March in Nebraska Hastings Nebraska in April, and I'm doing a west coast north west tour in may I'll be playing in Washington, and Idaho that that region then coming back and touring Iowa Minnesota area in June and ending the season with some performances in in the upper peninsula of Michigan in.

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