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"jim bakken" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The radio station is that I'm on that you're listening to right now. around singer. I don't want to give out call letters because I'm going to in one station because I forget or the other so just whatever station. You're listening to Get get the call letters and say Hey Dingus Here now Also at the bottom of the hour. Insurance Commissioner John King D-. We are waiting to lock him in. He should be joining me at the bottom of the hour. So I'M GONNA go on hop out come back and explain just how terrible the Senate Insurance Player the Senate bailout plan is it. Is Your your eggs in here? John Keane joining me at the bottom of the hour. The Insurance Commissioner. Who is has really been tasked with inventory by the governor to go around the state and make sure we got all the ventilators respirators everything we need L. The medical supplies where they are how much we have all that He is really leading this up for the governor. He's got a background and doing stuff like this like for example in the In at the border when he worked for the Federal Government Was doing stuff like that. And then then running the the police department in where was it at a Doraville The Police Department there so interesting to hear from him he does have a background of this. Let me explain to you and by the way if you WANNA see all of this data And get all the information. I'm sending out to people by email where I'm sorting through all the BS and in garbage out there to try to get you. Just what's going on? Text the word data to three three seven seven seven and then click. The link comes back. Subscribe there and you'll be able to get all the information The Senate plan the bailout plan his bad and the reason it's bad is because it's means tested and it is bad because it's means tested because it's means tested in a way that does not take into account cost of living. I I know for those of us who who live in Georgia even if you live in the Atlanta area. It's hard to fathom that a doctor who makes four hundred thousand dollars a year in Georgia can be very wealthy but a doctor who makes four hundred thousand a year in San Francisco is barely making ends meet. I that seems absurd I it sounds absurd for me to say it But when you consider the cost of living in San Francisco in the cost of mortgage in San Francisco Let me put this in perspective for you Just when I was I was thirty years old and I got a job in Washington. Dc Thirty one years old. My wife and I had had a house at the time. It was about twenty four twenty five hundred square feet had a half Acre land. It was in Making those of you who live in Bibb county near Rosa Taylor Elementary School and It was nice little house. Perfect starter home. Three bedroom two bathroom no garage. The garage converted into a bigger living room. It was nice old house built in the forties. But it was. It was a nice house and it costs us. One hundred ten hundred fifteen thousand dollars had a friend of mine in Washington DC. I started taking a job commuting back and forth and it was. He had a quarter acre lot so half the size of my lot and his was the same square footage of my house. Very similar design my house. I bought it for our mortgage one of actually being one hundred ten thousand dollars and he his house was worth. I think five fifty. He made two or three times as much money as I did. And under the Senate Republican plan I would get about five bucks back and he would get nothing back. And yet I actually had more disposable income than him His car insurance was higher for where he lived His car was was slightly nicer than mindset car. Payment was higher his His his mortgage was absolutely outrageous and his property. Taxes were outrageous and the cost of groceries and everything else was outrageous or the cost of gas was outrageous. I had more disposable income. I was making six figures. He was making mid six figures and I had more money to spend on a monthly basis on my budget than he had and he was not living extravagantly he had roommates and everything else. But the cost of living was outta whack. The Senate Republican plan would cap the people who get payments at nine thousand dollars with no regard to cost of living. And actually they wouldn't. Even the poorest of the poor would not get money. I think it starts like thirty five thousand dollars and goes up and every couple of thousand dollars. They take all five hundred. You'll get a five hundred dollar bonus for each kid you have and when you get to ninety nine thousand it all goes away. That's a terrible idea to means test right now. It essentially it helps. People who live in red states would lower cost of living and people who live in in blue states or purple states. Where cost of living sometimes or higher or urban areas and even in red states like Atlanta or Dallas. It puts those people at a disadvantage. And if we're all Americans right now Everybody should be taking care of. And frankly I think just handing people two thousand dollars as bad because again two thousand dollars in Clarkesville Georgia goes a lot further than two thousand in Atlanta which goes to further the two thousand dollars San Francisco The I think the better way to do it would be to find a way to put on a bill freeze. Anybody who owes you? Money gets to delay. Oh you money with with no fees and no interest and any money that you owe to people get frozen mortgages Utility bills all that So you can use your disposable income to take care of your groceries and let the government take care of the utilities and and the the the finance companies and the landlords led the government. Do that let you free up your disposable income that you have right now so you're not have to pay your mortgage your student. Loan your car note or Your Power Bill and the government is therefore not doing cash. Transfers to anyone in that would automatically take into account the cost of living differences between big cities and rural towns. They're not thinking about that And here's the other problem is that it's also not looking at a current taxes to do the Senate plan it's looking at two thousand eighteen taxes. I know just off the top of my head at least ten. People who circumstances have changed dramatically from the time they filed their twenty eighteen taxes to now And they would be shut out of this and I. It's ridiculous for the Republicans do that. It's also kind of ridiculous. Frankly If you got kids who are still living at home. But they're paying taxes to be given them the same amount of money that you give another speech I E it. It's it's a bad way to go about doing it particularly in a time of crisis like this and so I'm very adamant that we need to get the Senate Republicans to change their mind on this. Now when we come back The Insurance Commissioner for the state of Georgia. John King is going to join me. The governor and the public health officials of the state have been singing his praises He has been going around Georgia making sure that Supplies are ready for the medical community as the number of patients continues to go up. The number of tests continues to go up Been doing really good work. Singled out by a lot of people For his leadership in this. So Insurance Commissioner. John King joining me for his first statewide interview. When we come back it is Erik Erikson and the phone number here. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five covering the entire state of Georgia. Here I've got joining me by phone. The State Insurance Commissioner John King. Welcome to the program. Sir How are you? Thank you Sir appreciate you have. I have just heard all sorts of commendable things about you in the last week from public health officials for the work. You're doing to help Make sure we've got all the supplies we need around the state in. If you wouldn't mind could you just give us an overview of of what all your doing this virus spreads? We're looking at You know clearly. We're supporting The great efforts not only That are governors who him but also the the work that must do and they're focused on the immediate response and we're looking at the as I would like to think of as strategic operational Spacewalks looking at policies looking at regulations where we can remove obstacles to get in the way of the response Listening a great deal of Of Time listening to folks that that really understand the space very well like the food industry. The Georgia Retailers Comedian Store Association Hospital Association. So we're we're spending a lot of time listening and looking at. What are the things that are in the way of the response Regulatory wise in in looking in issuing recommendations to the governor's team in how would remove those. And what time did we remove those those Obstacles so in your experience so far what have been some of the biggest obstacles That you found that need to be rewritten Initially just getting you know as as you noted They run on on supplies especially when the panic initially came in. How do we opened up the floodgates of regulatory floodgates to to make sure the wing Chris Increase our supply chain logistics source supermarkets The governor's initial Order You know opened up hours of operation weights. Those things opened up now. We're working with local governments to make sure that their local ordinances are not in the way as well you know. What Times can we supply? They know their contracts come in resupply supermarkets in warehouses. And things like that. So we're going through a very methodical Berry Berry. You know logical approach on how we remove it. And how do we engage other members of our community? The state government right. Now I particularly I. It seems to be coming mostly from concern reporters and people outside the state beginning little bit to be concerned that the state needs to be on a more of a lockdown it than it is a a. you're out there checking on logistics and supply chains and stuff. I e. what's your view on this right now to where we're at I think You know we. There's there's a tendency especially the large cities that did solution is In other states have approached. Us differ way. I think the governor's been very. He's been listening very carefully to what local leaders need. And he's empowering using the state government to empower those local leaders. Nobody knows these communities better than than mayors and county commissioners in in In in our legislators so he's providing in a very difficult to have a one solution in you know several states You know as you can imagine they. They the governors of imposed a mandate from from the State House to to shut down all in our governors taking a different approach. That you know things in Atlanta are different than by Valia or Albany or Valdosta in everybody you know needs the support of the governors and using the governor's authority but there's not one cookie cutter solution for the whole state. Now you came into the Insurance Commissioner Office Through the governor appointing you given the situation with Jim Bakken as I mentioned Kelley Leffler Yesterday her to the Senate Nobody saw a global pandemic coming when you guys took the job what what what. What are you finding As far as learning on the job. And and getting your feet wet out there. What the job entails. Now it's a it's obviously a great opportunity. Obviously I had a little bit of time before the legislature The session started to learn into. Listen carefully Every every complex problem that I've ever been involved. Not only militarily but in law enforcement is is you gather the facts you make you make a initial decisions and then you start developing off of that base of knowledge but I have the capacity that had the capacity to ask questions that perhaps other commissions have never asked why because I did not come from the industry so I asked questions of. Why do we do that and if I get the answer? What was because we've always done that way? I always said is not satisfactory And you know we need to come up with you. Know we're in two thousand twenty. We ought to be doing by you..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. We're talking with chip bracket about the chronicles of tap the book, he wrote with his wife, Kim bracket chat in my hand. I'm holding a little keepsake that I acquired somewhere along the way and my research about the wild bunch. It is a postcard from the First National Bank of winning Muko. It's dated eighteen ninety five and it was said to a Bank in Carson city and at the bottom of this postcard. And it's it's the actual postcard. It's signed stamped by George s Nixon cashier of the Bank. He's the Bank guy. He was also a real estate agent and in Nevada history is well known because he went on to be a US Senator. You don't mention the name of the banker in your book. And I guess you have your own reasons, but I can tell you that here in Nevada. People have long wondered whether George Nixon who went onto a great political career. Was involved in any way in the robbing of his own Bank? You wanna talk about whether you can aim him or whether it fits the Bill or I don't know how sensitive this is for you. But take it away. Yes. I think it would fit the Bill one thing. Remember? Probably freak figures on how much money was taken from the win. Amac. A Bank wine was was put in the paper of how much was stolen one was the Bank and advertise that they had him on hand. And another year would be what the Bank examiners would have had three figures when necessary be the same. So. There's probably different than what was reported stolen. So the win amok Bank was in trouble. The George Nixon had overseen that trouble. If he is the banker who is not named in your book. He's the guy who figured I've got a political career ahead of me. The it will be sunk if my Bank goes under. So he talked these guys into robbing his Bank. That is what ruin him politically and a lot of other. I mean, you know, the money probably was not semesters. Reputation. Sure. So tell me about the robbery itself. I mean, y'all graffiti of where where things are where they're living in Idaho. And where a is and how they would get away. I mean, it's if you have the right route it really does work, right? Hundred and fifty two hundred miles from three credits to wait, am I one thing. Remember, there's been a lot of reports about the. Think Roberts came through. It's replaced. Robbed banks a lot of it falls apart. For example. There's the story that make barbershops dropped him can store on the way down the only problem with that is. Wasn't built until the year after a Bank robbery. No. Jim Bakken star. So tap Duncan. And his crew is brothers and IRA bracket. They they pulled this robbery off they go in and it goes on for that a hit, right? Well, and. It's very carefully planned. They took care less details. They could take for example, that no one came into the Bank being robbed by come in Bank vaults being robbed because by Dunkin was sitting on the front step guarding the front door. So no one can become in trouble pardom IRA being mile without back with harshly went around away. While they ran the Bank, and again Greenbury with a very big intimidating, man. And that was he was there to intimidate. Person. So that everybody in the Bank would me compliant and not housing issues for them. That was a big deal. They didn't want anybody to get hurt in this little deal had worked out. That's very important. Nobody get hurt. And they all went, hey, they don't have families. And he wanted to go back to sell them after the Bank robbery. They wrote real fast. And actually, I was part of the reason I was there with the harsh. And. The other riders guidance. They outran the all the policy now the policy did cracks him back to three creeks. But there they lost track of. The robbery van interesting legend local three Greek legend that George Martin supply some of the horses for the Bank robbery. One of the horses that he had was had for big gray horses turned up lame south ajar reach after the Bank robbery. The other three turned up. I hit reported earnings. They've been stolen because he needed he needed to cover for himself. But judge Moore's ranch was approximately a mile from her captain Jim had homesteaded akin to you know, or chat. Do you know how much money they actually got out of that Bank? And how much was reported stolen. Like, I said we've heard different figures. But interesting interesting, we do know that when tapped purchased the grass springs ranch, which later became the diamond bar. It was he paid fifty thousand for it. I don't know whether that was, you know, an exact translation of the amount that he may have gotten finished Ray quick from the way my Bank robbery, we do know that Kim Dunkin in nineteen o one built hit store, which is still standing in three Craig, and he went to not home and bought seven wagonloads of goods to stock that store, we know that shortly after nineteen hundred very catch him invested in another branch in Texas and Iraq it, of course, his, you know, the money that he got out of it was that tap took care of his problem from Denver. So. I don't know, you know, you as you put some of these things together. It's interesting to say, I don't know how much money came from that Bank. But it sure would have been a lot. Chat. You were telling me a story before the break about this little joke that Butch Cassidy had played jokes on tap blaming him for crimes that Butch. Cassidy had actually carried out and the tap in. This instance, return the favor. How did he do it? Okay. When the Bank robbers got back three banks. They went down to the store on the way home. And they heard that rumor, okay. Robbery than just skirt. Golly. Boy, real laid back. The story about the Bank robbery back to three. A little bit more. It turned out that some cowboy had come through and robbed. They start keeper. A couple of weeks earlier. This was a thought about it a little bit later that night. And a couple of hundred dollars and. Start keeper thanks for the groceries. Take a couple of weeks ago. They should cover it. Thanks. But. That's a good trick. That's a good trick. That is the thing. There's a lot of becky's round. But but gas be certainly would be an option there part of the thing is is when the posse ended up in three creeks, they would have gone to the store. That's where they. And that's why they lost the horses that they had been tracking all the way. What am I gonna have heard? This starts caper talked about this money. This fact that he had on this. Signed that make a real excellent case for but it has to be was back. There was there. And I think that probably Faraday who Storch it we've been kind of a cool thing. I don't know been cool. But you know, I think of infamy that guy. You know, he had this letter that hey, Butch Cassidy did this did this robbery. And I think that he was eager to tell that story because it kind of gave some validity to his robbery. Oh my gosh. I can imagine if they had social media at that time the place would have been mobbed. Yeah. No kidding, Kim. Let me ask you this part of it. Now as there have been reaction from western historians to this story. We saw Bob BOS bell there at that event that the reunion that I mentioned, I don't know. He's stuck around to hear your presentation or as read your book. But I would imagine there'd be some resistance from those who've had a vested interest in telling the tale of the win amok, Bank robbery and a different way. Well, we have we have had a push back from people as we're telling a story. And and we told you before you actually think rises. To. Bank robbery. We wrote this for our children to enjoy reading about their ancestors. And we wanted to we made. Yes, it some people have giving us a bad time about it being novel life, and it is in in some respects that we wanted to put some flesh on our on the bones of our ancestors. And as we have done some of that some historians has been have discounted back. It's a real story, and we have gone to several places. In fact, one of the things that we've heard mostly is that well this couldn't happen because you know, I think Chet referred to before that when the tail is that that and his crew came to twin falls, and then they, you know, or they went to show shown got off the train came to twin falls into frequent. Well, we know that twin falls wasn't even planted in nineteen. Oh, three. So that's kind of apart. But also, we've heard from another historian who told a story about varies a story about this young man named Dick Button getting worse the blind to the robbers, and as we listen to him he told the story about this. I belong to the Wilkins who have, you know, we're horse ranchers extraordinaire in the three creek area, and and historic was the tie about this. We asked him about the horses brand. And he said, well, of course, you know, rancher would put a brand on this beautiful and Mari map. You know? We we looked at that. And we said, well, I'm sorry. But you know, if you owned a fantastic animal, you're going to put your name on branding. That's brand of four. And then we've had a couple of other stories that go ahead jazz one of the things to remember on some publicity Dunkin has part of his career a little bit later. Pre-established star and had a Lawrence looney and rich was also a newspaper correspondent and GM had had had been exposed very much power. The press down in Texas when he's rather God for crime. He didn't commit. Us newspapers, and somebody's got to pay for this, blah, blah, and the Dunkin's understood the power of the press and as such them being a newspaper correspondent. Understood the power of the France, and he made the planet if you're more than feel these furry as part of a cover. Sure, there was a there was a there. We heard that earlier in the program, and I've read it a dozen times over the years that about this photo of a Butch and the gang taking in Fort Worth that they mailed it to the Bank and sort of were mocking the Bank. I I'm not quite sure that that's an accurate story at my understanding was the Pinkerton actually sent it to the to the banker George Nixon who then said, no Butch Cassidy is was not one of the guys. I think that would be correct. Be referring to is..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Newsradio wait ten and one zero three one WG y. We're talking with Chet bracket about the chronicles of tap the book, he wrote with his wife, Kim bracket chat in my hand. I'm holding a little keepsake the night quired somewhere along the way and my research about the wild bunch. It is a postcard from the First National Bank of winning Muko. It's dated eighteen ninety five and it was said to a Bank in Carson city and at the bottom of this postcard. And it's it's the actual postcard. It's signed stamped by George s Nixon cashier of the Bank the Bank guy. He was also a real estate agent and in Nevada history is well known because he went on to be a US Senator. You don't mention the name of the banker in your book. And I guess you have your own reasons, but I can tell you that here in Nevada. People have long wondered whether George Nixon who went onto a great political career. Was involved in any way in the the robbing of his own Bank? You wanna talk about whether you can name him or whether it fits the Bill or I don't know how sensitive this is for you. But take Yes. I think it would fit the Bill one thing. Remember? Probably three figures on how much money was taken from the winner. Maccabi bank. One was reading the paper of how much was stolen one was what? The bank. It advertise that they had in on hand. And another year would be what the Bank examiners would have had and the three figures wouldn't necessarily be the same. So. There's probably different than what was reported stolen. So the win America Bank was in trouble. The George Nixon had overseen that trouble. If he is the banker who is not named in your book. He's the guy who figured I've got a political career ahead of me. It will be sunk if my Bank goes under. So he talked these guys into robbing his Bank. That is correct. What ruined him politically and a lot of other? I mean, you know, the money probably was not day. She. The political climate of Zambia his reputation shirt. So tell me about the robbery itself. I mean, the geography of where where things are where they're living in Idaho. And where win amok is. And how they would get away. I mean, it's if you have the right route it really does work, right? Proximate hundred and fifty two hundred miles from three to win a Mazda. One thing. Remember, there's been a lot of reports about this stuff. Bank robbers came through three creeks, rob a Bank a lot of it falls apart. For example. There's the story that the Bank robbery stops. And Jim Duncan star on the way down. The only problem that is. Far wasn't built until the year after the pain crop. No, there's no way they could rob Jim Bakken star. So tap Duncan. And his crew is brothers and IRA bracket. They they pull this robbery off they go in and it goes off without a hitch, right? Well, and it farther. Wiles his very carefully planned. They took care of all the details. They could take care of for example, that no one came into the Bank being robbed by one come in Bank vaults being robbed because Abidjan Dunkin was sitting on the front step guarding the front door. So no one could become in house travel for them. Ira being without back with the horses. So harshly went run away. While they're in the Bank, and again Greenbury with a very big intimidating, man. And that was part of the reason he was there to intimidate enforcer. So that everybody in the Bank would me compliance and not fascinating issues. That was a big deal. They didn't want anybody to get hurt in this little delay. It worked out. That's crack it's very important. Nobody get hurt. And they all went, hey, they all have families and they wanted to go back to sell them after the Bank robbery. They wrote real fast and actually part of the reason IRA was there. With the horses and giving the riders guidance. They outran the all the policy now the policy did they tracked them back to three creeks. But there they lost track of. Trail of for the Roberson band. Interesting and authors legend and local three Greek legend that George more supplied some of the horses for the Bank robbery. One of these far horses that he had was had for big gray, horses and one of them turned up lame south jar breach. After the Bank robbery. The other three turned up. Ace of his ranch. I he hit reports earnings they've been stolen because he needed he needed to cover for himself. But. George. Moore's ranch was approximately a mile from her can't captain Jim had homesteaded akin to you know, or chat. Do you know how much money they actually got out of that Bank? And how much was reported stolen. Like like, I said we've heard different figures. But interesting interesting enough, we do know that when tapped purchase the grass springs ranch, which later became the diamond bar. It was he paid fifty thousand for it. Don't know whether that was, you know, an exact translation of the amount that he may have done some this creek or from the way my Bank robbery, we do know that Kim Dunkin in nineteen o one built hit store, which is still standing in three Craig, and he went to mountain home and bought seven lagging loads of goods to stock that store we know that shortly after nineteen hundred three Mary catch him invested in another ranch in Texas. And I've you're back at of course, his, you know, the money that he got out of it was that ties to care. Problem from Denver. So. I don't know, you know, you as you put some of these things together. It's kind of interesting to say, I don't know how much money came from that Bank. But it sure would have been a lot. Chat. You're telling me a story before the break about this little joke that Butch Cassidy had played jokes on tap blaming him for crimes that Butch Cassidy who actually carried out and the tap in. This instance, return the favor. How did he do it? Okay. From the Bank robbers got back to three cranks. They went down to the store on the way home, and they heard that Rimmer. Okay. This. There was this robbery than just skirt. Golly. Boy. We all the way back when am I getting the story about what am I for Bank robbery betas back for three and they turned out that some Cowboys had come through and robbed. They start keeper. A couple of weeks earlier. This was they thought about it a little bit. They went back that later that night in bed. The money facts and a couple of hundred dollars and now for the star cheaper that thanks for the groceries and the. Coming in a couple of weeks ago, they should cover it. Thanks much. That's a good trick. That's a good trick that that is. There's a lot of benches around but gas be certainly would be an option there. And other part of the thing is is when the posse ended up in three correct? They would have gone to the star. That's where they. The again, he's fought. And that's where they lost track of all the horses that they had been tracking all the way. What am I? So they wouldn't have heard the stars Kiefer talked about fish money. The fact that he had on the. Signed that making real excellent case for Butch. Cassidy was bad. That was there. And I think that probably Faraday who owns the store it would have been kind of a cool thing. I don't know if it's been cool. But you know, and I think infamy that guy. You know, he had this letter that hey, Butch Cassidy did this did this robbery. And I think that he was eager to tell that story because it it kind of gave some validity to his robbery. Oh my gosh. I can you imagine if they had social media at that time the place would have been mobbed. Yeah. No kidding, Kim. Let me ask you this part of it. Now as there been reaction from western historians to this story. We saw Bob BOS bell there at that event. The reunion that I mentioned, I don't know. He's stuck around to hear your presentation or is read your book. But I would imagine there'd be some resistance from those who've had a vested interest in telling the tale of the win amok, Bank robbery and a different way. Well, we have we have had a push pushback from people as we're telling a story. And and likely we told you before we didn't write this. To story that what am I Bank robbery? We we wrote this for children to enjoy reading about their ancestors. And we wanted to we made. Yes, it some people have giving us a bad time about it being novel ice, and it is in in some respects that we wanted to put some flesh on our on the bones of our ancestors. And as we have done some of that things. Some historians has been have discounted fact that it's a real story, and we have gone to different places. In fact, one of the things that we've heard mostly is that well this couldn't happen because you know, I think Chet referred to you before that the win the tail is that that Bush and his crew came to twin falls, and then they, you know, or they went to show and got off the train came to twenty three Chris. Well, we know that wasn't even planted until nineteen. Three. So that's very kind of falls apart. But also we've heard from another historian who told a story about is a story about this young man, Dick Button. Getting of course, the belong to the robbers, and as we listen to him he told his story about this horse belong to the Wilkins. Who had you know, we're horse ranchers extraordinaire in the three creek area. And and historic was that. Well, this this work we asked him about the horses brand. And he said well that horse. You know, rancher would put a brand on this vehicle horse in marina, you know. And it's like we we looked at that. And we said, well, I'm sorry. But you know, if you owned a fantastic animal, you're gonna put your name on my branding. That's brand is four and then we'd had a couple of other stories that are go ahead. Chad. One of the things to remember on some of the publicity Jim Dunkin as part of his career a little bit later Africa established star and had a barn Sloan in jive rich was also a newspaper correspondent and GM had that had been exposed very much to power the press down in Texas when his brother got hung for a crime. He didn't commit. There was a human the Christ used newspapers and somebody's got to pay for this lot, blah, blah, and the Dunkin's understood the power of the crash, and as such Gambino newspaper correspondent understood the power of the France, and he made the planet if you're more than feel these stories as part of a cover. Sure, there was a there was a there. We heard that earlier in the program, and I've read it a dozen times over the years that about this photo of a Butch and the gang taking in a Fort Worth that they mailed it to the Bank and sort of were mocking the Bank. I I'm not quite sure that that's an accurate story at my understanding was the Pinkerton actually send it to the to the banker George Nixon who then said, no Butch Cassidy is was not one of the guys I think that would be cracked what I've been referring to is. There's a story in Montana papers about their Aubrey..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We're talking with chat bracket about the chronicles of tap the book, he wrote with his wife, Kim bracket chat in my hand. I'm holding a little keepsake that I acquired somewhere along the way and my research about the wild bunch. It is a postcard from the First National Bank of win amok. It's dated eighteen ninety five and it was said to a Bank in Carson city and at the bottom of this postcard. And it's it's the actual postcard. It's signed stamped by George s Nixon cashier of the Bank. He's the Bank guy. He was also a real estate agent and in Nevada history is well known because he went on to be a US Senator. You don't mention the name of the banker in your book. And I guess you have your own reasons, but I can tell you that here in Nevada. A people have long wondered whether George Nixon who went onto a great political career. Was involved in any way in the the robbing of his own Bank? You wanna talk about whether you can name him or whether it fits the Bill or I don't know how sensitive this is for you. But take it away. Yeah. If I think it would fit the Bill one thing to remember. Probably three figures on how much money was taken from the winner. Michael Bank wine was reading the paper of how much was stolen wine was what the Bank advertised that they had in on hand. And another failure would be what the Bank examiners would have had and these three figures would necessarily be the same. So. There's probably different than what was reported stolen. So the win amok Bank was in trouble. The George Nixon had overseen that trouble. If he is the banker who is not named in your book. He's the guy who figured I've got a political career ahead of me. It will be sunk if my Bank goes under. So he talked these guys into robbing his Bank. What ruin him politically and a lot of other. I mean, you know, the money probably was not much. The. Hi. Behavior. Amputation. Sure. So tell me about the robbery itself. I mean, the geography of where where things are where they're living in Idaho. And where win amok is. And how they would get away. I mean, it's if you have the right route it really does work, right? Proximate hundred and fifty two hundred miles from three creates when am I guess one thing? Remember, there's been a lot of reports about the. Bank robbers came through its request robbed the Bank a lot of it falls apart. For example. There's the story that the Bank robbery stops. Rob Jim Dunkin store on the way down the only problems that is hard wasn't built until the year after the Bank robbery. No, there's no way they could rob Jim Bakken star. So tap Duncan. And his crew is brothers and IRA bracket. They they pulled this robbery off they go in and it goes off without a hitch, right? Around the it. While she was very carefully planned. They took care of all the details. They can take care of for example, that no one came into this thing it was being robbed by one come in Bank vaults being robbed because Abidjan Dunkin was sitting on the front step guarding the front door. So no one can become in house travel for them. Ira being mile without back which horses run away. While they ran the Bank and again green berry with a very big intimidating, man. And that was part was. Was there to intimidate? And of course, so that everybody in the Bank would. Me compliance, and it's not fascinating issues for them. That was a big deal. They didn't want anybody to get hurt in this little delay. It worked out. That's very important. Nobody get hurt. And they all went, hey, they all had families and they wanted to go back to sell them after the Bank robbery. They wrote real fast and accident was part of the reason IRA was there. With the horses and giving the other riders guidance. They outran the all the policy now the policy did basically crack them back three creeks. But there they lost track of. Of where the Roberson band. Interesting out there's legend and local three Greek legend that George more supplies some of the horses for the Bank robbery. One of these horses that he had was had for big gray, horses and one of them turned up lame south jar reach after the Bank robbery. The other three turned up of his ranch. I hear reports earlier they've been stolen because he needed he needed to cover for himself. But. George. Moore's ranch was approximately a mile from her tent, captain Jim had steadied akin to you know, or chat. Do you know how much money they actually got out of that Bank? And how much was reported stolen. Like like, I said we've heard different figures. But interesting interesting, we do know that when tap purchase the grass springs ranch, which later became the diamond bar. It was he paid fifty thousand for it. Don't know whether that was you know, an exact translation of the amount that he may have done this week from the way my Bank robbery, we do know that Kim Dunkin in nineteen oh one Bill kit store, which is still standing in three Craig, and he went to mountain home and bought seven wagon loads of good to stock that store we know that shortly after nineteen hundred being very catch him invested in another ranch in Texas and back. And of course, his, you know, the money that he got out of it was that kept took care of. Problems from Denver. So. I don't know, you know, you as you put some of these things together. It's interesting to say, I don't know how much money came from that Bank. But he sure would have been a lot. Chat. You're telling me a story before the break about this little joke that Butch Cassidy had played jokes on tap blaming him for crimes that Butch. Cassidy had actually carried out and the tap in. This instance, return the favor. How did he do it? Okay. When the Bank robbers got back to three cranks. They went down to the store on the way home. And they heard that rumor. Okay. This there was this robbery skirt. Golly. Boy. The real way back when am I getting the story about one of my Bank robbery back to three? And they listen a little bit more turned out that some cowboy comes through and robbed. They start keeper. Couple of weeks earlier. This was a as they thought about it a little bit. They went back later that night. In money facts and a couple of hundred dollars and now. Star cheaper that thanks for the groceries and the house we've got. A couple of weeks ago, they should cover. Thanks much. That's a good trick. That's a good trick. That that is the thing. There's a lot of benches around, but but Cassidy certainly would be an option there. And that is part of the thing is is when the posse ended up in three correct? They would have gone to the store. That's where they. Again, there you spot, and that's where they lost track of all the horses that they had been tracking all the way. What am I guess? So they wouldn't have heard the stars taper talked about this money. The fact that he had on this. Signed bunch that make a real excellent case for Butch. Cassidy was bad. That was there. And I think that probably Faraday who owns the store it would been kind of a cool thing. I don't know if it'd been cool. But you know, I think infamy that guy. You know, he had this letter that hey, Butch Cassidy did this did this robbery. And I think that he was eager to tell that story because it it kind of. Gave some validity to to his robbery. Oh my gosh. I can you imagine if they had social media at that time the place would have been mobbed. Yeah. No kidding, Kim. Let me ask you this part of it. Now as there been reaction from western historians to this story. We saw Bob BOS bell there at that event that the reunion that I mentioned, I don't know if he's stuck around to hear your presentation or as read your book, but I would imagine there'd be some resistance from those who've had a vested interest in telling the tale of the win amok, Bank robbery and a different way. And we have we have had a pushback from people as we're telling a story. And and like we told you get four George didn't write this in any means to story the Bank robbery we wrote this for our children to enjoy reading about their ancestors. And we wanted to be we made. Yes, it some people have. Giving us a bad time about it being novelist. And it is in in some respects that we wanted to put some flesh on our on the bones of our ancestors. And as we have done some of that things some historians has been have just founded back. It's a real story, and we have gone to different places. In fact, one of the things that we've heard mostly insects. Well, this couldn't happen because you know, I think Chet referred to you before that when the tail is that that Bush and his crew came to twin falls, and then they you know, or they went to show shown got off the train came to twenty two three. Well, we know that twenty five wasn't even planted until nineteen o three straight kind of falls apart. But also we've heard from another historian who told a story about various story about this young man named Dick Button. Getting a horse that belong to the robbers, and as we listen to him, he told a story about well, this I belong to the Wilkins who had you know, we're horse ranchers extraordinaire in the three creek area. And an historic was the tie. Well, this this work we asked him about the horses brand. And he said well that horse. You know, rancher would put a brand on this vehicle horse and Maureen up, you know, and it's like we we looked at that. And we said, well, I'm sorry. But you know, if you owned a fantastic animal, you're going to put your name on branding. That's by brand is four and then we'd had a couple of other stories that go ahead chest. One of the things to remember on some of the publicity Jim Dunkin as part of his career a little bit later apres established star and had a far in Slovenian Jarve rich was also a newspaper correspondent and Jim had announced that had been exposed very much to power the press down in Texas when his brother got I'm for a crime. He didn't commit. There was a heathen the Christ newspapers and somebody's got to pay for this, blah, blah, and the Dunkin's understood the power of the press and as such Gambino newspaper correspondent. Understood the power of the press, and he may have planted. If you're more than feel these stories as cover. Sure, there was a there was a there. We heard that earlier in the program, and I've read it a dozen times over the years that about this photo of a Butch and the gang taking in Fort Worth that they mailed it to the Bank and the sort of were mocking the Bank. I I'm not quite sure that that's an accurate story at my understanding was the Pinkerton actually send it to the to the banker George Nixon who then said, no Butch Cassidy is was not one of the guys. I think that would be correct. What I've been referring to is. There's a story in Montana papers about their Aubrey. There's story into Argentina's newspapers about that Mitch gas. And this is part of where Jim Dunkin being a newspaper correspondent good of corresponded with some of these other correspondence and got the story in the newspaper. Georgia's we've gone through a couple of points. There are few things that we can we can answer, you know, as we looked at actually when is the accounts that we that was written with bad Knicks things when he was outside heard the banker. Robert Saito, fellow rather, hey, Alonzo get those forces over here..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is NewsRadio twelve hundred w o. I. We're talking with chat bracket about the chronicles of tap the book, he wrote with his wife, Kim bracket chat in my hand. I'm holding a little keepsake that I acquired somewhere along the way and my research about the wild bunch. It is a postcard from the First National Bank of win amok. It's dated eighteen ninety five and it was said to a Bank in Carson city and at the bottom of this postcard. And it's it's the actual postcard. It's signed stamped by George s Nixon cashier of the Bank. He's the Bank guy. He was also a real estate agent and in Nevada history is well known because he went on to be a US Senator. You don't mention the name of the banker in your book. And I guess you have your own reasons, but I can tell you that here in Nevada. A people have long wondered whether George Nixon who went onto a great political career. Was involved in any way in the the robbing of his own Bank? You wanna talk about whether you can name him or whether it fits the Bill or I don't know how sensitive this is for you. But take it away. I think it would fit the Bill one thing to remember. Probably three figures on how much money was taken from the winner, Bank wine was reading the paper of how much was stolen one was what? Bank and advertise that they had in on hand. And another figure would be the Bank examiners would have had. Emme three figures wouldn't necessarily be the same. So. There's probably different than what that was reported stolen. So the win amok Bank was in trouble. The George Nixon had overseen that trouble. If he is the banker who is not named in your book. He's the guy who figured I've got a political career ahead of me. It will be sunk if my Bank goes under. So he talked these guys into robbing his Bank. What ruined him politically and a lot of other? I mean, you know, the money probably was not that much. Official is the. Hi. His reputation. Sure. So tell me about the robbery itself. I mean, the geography of where where things are where they're living in Idaho. And where with a muck is and how they would get away. I mean, it it's if you have the right route it really does work, right? Approximately a hundred and fifty two hundred miles from three win America. One thing. Remember, there's a lot of reports about the Bank robbers came through three creeks, rob the Bank a lot of it falls apart. For example. There's the story that adds Bank robbery stops dropped Jim Duncan star on the way down. The only problem fat is our wasn't built until after the Bank robbery. No, there's no way they could have robbed. Jim Bakken star. So tap Duncan. And his crew is brothers and IRA bracket. They they pulled this robbery off they go in and it goes off without a hitch, right? Fire. Dad was his very carefully planned. They took care of Saddam's. I'll take care of for example, that no one came into the Bank. You mean robbed by no come in Bank vaults being robbed because Abidjan Dunkin were sitting on the front step guarding the front door. So no one could become in house travel for them. Ira being mile without back with the horses run away while they ran the Bank and again green berry with the very big intimidating, man. And that was he was there to intimidate everybody in the Bank would be compliant and not getting issues forum. That was a big deal. They didn't want anybody to get hurt in this little delay. It worked out. That's very important. Nobody get hurt. And they all when they all had families and he wanted to go back to sell bam after the Bank robbery. They wrote real fast and accident was part of the reason IRA was there with the harsh and the. Giving the other riders guidance. They outran the Aussies. Now, the posse did track them back to three creek. But there they lost track of. Trail of where the robbery said band. Eight interesting and out there's legend and local three Greek legend that George more supplied some of the horses for the Bank robbery. One of these far horses that he had was had for big gray Carson turned up lame, south ajar breach. And after the Bank robbery the other three turned up as to be giants. I hear reports earlier they've been stolen because he needs he needed to cover for himself. But George Moore's ranch was approximately a mile from her can't Kevin Jim had homesteaded akin to you know, or chat. Do you know how much money they actually got out of that Bank? And how much was reported stolen. Like, I said we've heard different figures. But interesting interesting enough, we do know that when cap purchase the grass springs ranch, which later became the diamond bar. It was he paid fifty thousand plus for it. I don't know whether that was, you know, an exact translation of the amount that he may have done some three creek or from the way my Bank robbery, we do know that Kim Dunkin in nineteen o one ill kid store, which is still standing in three Craig. And he went to now home and bought seven wagon loads of good to stock that store, we know that shortly after nineteen hundred remarried catch him invested in another ranch in Texas, and I have your back at of course, his, you know, the money that he got out of it was that kept took care of problem from Denver. So. I don't know, you know, you as you put some of these things together. It's kind of interesting to say, I don't know how much money came from that Bank. But it sure would have been a lot. Chat. You were telling me a story before the break about this little joke that Butch Cassidy had played jokes on tap blaming him for crimes that Butch. Cassidy had actually carried out and the tap in. This instance, return the favor. How did he do it? Okay. When the Bank robbers got back three cranks. They went down to the store on the way home, and they heard that rumor. Okay. There was a robbery than gird. Golly. Boy. L dollars way back when am I getting the story about what am I Bank robbery back to three? A little bit more. And it turned out that some cowboy had come through and robbed star keeper. A couple of weeks earlier. So this was a they thought about it a little bit. It went back that later that night. But. Money facts and a couple of hundred dollars and now star cheaper that thanks for the groceries and the house we come in Texas couple of weeks ago, they should cover it. Thanks. That's a good trick. That's a good trick. And that that is the thing. There's a lot of benches around. But but be certainly would be an option there not as part of the thing is is when the AUSSIE ended up in three they would have gone to the star. That's where they. Again there he's fought. And that's where they lost track of all the horses that they had been tracking all the way. What am I? So they wouldn't have heard the star keeper talked about money. The fact that he had on the shore and signed Butch. That make real excellent case for Butch. Cassidy was back that was fair. And I think that probably Faraday who owns the Storch it. We've been kind of a cool thing. I don't know if been cool, but you know, I think the infamy that guy. You know, he had this letter that hey, Butch Cassidy did this did this robbery. And I think that he was eager to tell that story because it kind of gave some validity to his robbery. Oh my gosh. I can you imagine if they had social media at that time the place would have been mobbed. Yeah. No kidding Cam. Let me ask you this part of it L as there been reaction from western historians to this story. We saw Bob BOS bell there at that event. The reunion that I mentioned, I don't know. He's stuck around to hear your presentation or as read your book. But I would imagine there'd be some resistance from those who've had a best interest in telling the tale of the win amok, a Bank robbery and a different way. And we have we have had a push back from people as we're telling a story. And and like, we told you get for George, right? This. In any means to was during the Bank robbery, we we wrote this for our children to enjoy reading about their ancestors. And we wanted to be we made. Yes, some people is giving us a bad time about it being novelist. And it is in in some respects that we wanted to put some flesh on our on the bones of our ancestors, as we have done some of that some historians has been have discounted back that it's a real story, and we have gone to different places. In fact, one of the things that we've heard mostly in that. Well, this couldn't happen because you know, I think chat research before that. When the tail is that that Bush and his crew came to twin falls, and then they or they went to show Sean got off the train came to twin falls into three. Well, we know that twenty calls wasn't even added until nineteen. Three. So at three kind of falls apart. But also we've heard from another historian who told the story about various story about. It's a young man named Dick Button getting a horse that belong to the robbers. As we listen to him. He told a story about this horse belong to the Wilkins. Who had you know, we're horse ranchers extraordinaire in the creek area. And and historic was the tie. Well, we asked him about the horses brand. And he said well that horse. You know, rancher would put a brand on this vehicle horse and Maureen up, you know, and it's like we we looked at that. And we said, well, I'm sorry. But you know, if you owned a fantastic animal, you're going to put your name on they branding. That's by brand of four. And then we'd had a couple of other stories that are go ahead. Chad. One of the things to remember on some of the publicity Donkin as part of his career a little bit later apres established star and had a far in Slovenian Jarve. Rich was also a newspaper correspondent and GM had found that had been exposed very much to power the pass down in Texas when his brother got I'm for crime. He didn't commit. There was a human the Christ newspapers and somebody's got to pay for this, blah, blah, and the Dunkin's understood the power of the crash and as such Gambino newspaper correspondent. Understood the power of the pass, and he may have planet. If you're more than feel these story as part of the cover. Sure, there was a there was a there. We heard that earlier in the program, and I've read it a dozen times over the years that about this photo of a Butch and the gang taken in Fort Worth that they mailed it to the Bank, and sort of were mocking the Bank had I I'm not quite sure that that's an accurate story at my understanding was the Pinkerton actually send it to the to the banker George Nixon who then said, no Butch Cassidy is was not one of the guys. I think that would be correct. What I've been referring to is there a story in Montana papers about their Aubrey..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"My mom actually was like, I knew you're going to be a scientist because you you would sit and just study things. And then I also remember taking this tiny pewter. I think it was my brothers baby dish and going into the bathroom and taking like talcum powder and perfumes, and luckily nothing toxic, but making all these little mixtures. And then like mud pies outside, and they're, I don't know why thought, you know, just mixing and doing a lot of that was fascinating. I used to do the same thing by the way we learned before the podcast. Dr. Jim Bakken I share a similar dislike for all things condiments, like manny's and muster. Digress. So I want to really get now into your study. So one of the interesting things about what you and your group to jam bag. Research group at university Georgia's been doing is trying to track understand quantify how much waste is coming from the land and into the oceans. First of all, tell us how that differs from how previous accounting of trash in the ocean or waste in the ocean has been than why your studies important. Yeah. So historically, when this issue I began to be studied, it was marine biologists and oceanographers and they were going out into the ocean and seeing the plastic. And then saying, oh, well, how much is here. So they started sampling the ocean surface and you know, sampling different areas and finding plastic. What was different about the work that we were doing was saying how much is actually going in and we know that the sources from on land are significant. Luckily, it wasn't just me. I was a part of an international working group on this issue to out of NC's at UC Santa Barbara. So we had a lot of great minds on this. And we knew that there are various sources on the land, but that are regular waste that we generate. Every single day is probably significant. And so we sort of went about quantifying that and really it's all about looking at countries all around the world that have a coastline and then the quantity of waste that's produced per person. The quantity of that that's plastic. And then from there, we look at how waste is really manage their or mismanaged. There may be inadequate facilities for actually managing waste, or you have people that just litter. So both of those things end up with waste mismanaged on the land. And then from there, weather comes into play, and that would be like wind and rain and actions to get the the waste actually into a waterway or into the ocean. Because this is whether the we take all types of angles on weather and climate on the podcast. And so I, I really was wanting to get into sort of what sort of the or if any. Are there any weather or climate angles to any of this. So, yeah. So really, that's one of the ways that it's transported and we see pulse events when we see rain events in terms of the quantity of trash entering the ocean and the quantity of plastic. And I mean, so the weather, absolutely. It's it's basically the mechanism of how can get into the ocean other than someone throwing it, you know, directly. From flooding that maybe put into play? Yeah, and just even storm water events. So I mean, the mismanage waste is off and on the roadways, and that's where water runs, even if it's not a flood event and into our storm water systems, which usually drain directly to creeks..

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"jim bakken" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Has been for number of times in the. Past and counts. Just before we went into the break and ask you about planting and whether any planning can go on these days Oh yeah Coming into a really good time of year, to plant especially trees. And? Shrubs. Really, yeah The the weather is perfect it's, well lately it hasn't. Been? But Right Typically you, know going late summer early. Fall we have warm days and cool, nights that's perfect for. Plants they're not stressed. Out they have a chance to route, in you, know before the set of. Winter so it's actually a really good. Time Perennials are a little touch. Here I think if if someone wants to plant Perennials now they probably be okay and, Rudin but a couple of weeks down the, road you may want to reconsider their small root, system you? Know so it's a little, bit you, know there are a little bit more susceptible to whether, changes so trees and shrubs you can plant Almost till frost so yeah, time of year to. Be doing that What about what kind of, trees, are people, planning these days what, things are you recommending. Lately, we've, you know in terms of trees we've The, one that we continue, to like the plant. Because it has performed so well over the years is autumn? Blaze people it's a hybrid maple so, actually crosses, silver maple and red, maple Gross quick but it's, not weak wooded. And it looks really nice and that's really a problem with, the, fast growing trees. Usually are susceptible to getting blown down yeah willows and poplars, and she's like that they they grow fast and I think because as a result of, drawing like fast they're they're weak. Would, so you don't really last very. Long and they're messy so but Maples are really nice Cornelia cherry Dogwood been using a. Lot more ways that again it's called. The Cornelio cherry Dogwood oh it's it's. A small scale tree almost a large shrub probably. Gets, about twenty five, feet tall and maybe twenty feet wide so that's not a. Big shade tree, it's perfect for closer to the house if you're looking for something to exit the house nice yellow spring flower and really. Nice fall color to. The foliage is really, nice sickle wine color My all time favorite tree. Is the ginkgo and you see you. See 'em use a lot now in. Urban conditions downtown Tulsa hasn't lining the streets very. Hardy, tree the only, drawback as they grow really slow I was just gonna ask. You Susie hardy Yes oh an open the planet for your, grandchildren exactly it's. Gonna it's a slower grower but definitely worth. It for years down the road is, amazing As an ancient tree not not many people know that it. Dates back to the time of the dinosaurs and a lot of plants that we have the landscape. Now. Came, about years and years after the dinosaurs. Gingko. Has been. Around that long that, species has been around that long and it's kind of neat Something live, longer the dinosaurs exactly that's Back to that time so. That's amazing let's we. Got. Time here. Let's talk with Maria McMonagle I'm? Marie how. Can we. Help you. Today. All right good morning thank you gentlemen I'd like to know if. You can divide an Annabel hydrangea there the white ones are. Little. Planning A break but yes answer is yes you can. Divide those doing well carefully yeah Sometimes a. Whole. Bunch of you know stems coming up. Yeah Those, can be pretty. Hard Because they can get big I don't know how, big yours are at home but I have, seen my, house at our you know probably five feet. Wide by five feet tall so it's kind of a kind of a to do to get into the plant, to do what you need but You know what I would. Do is maybe tie back part of it and so you can gain access to the to the inside and, then Pretty pretty heavy duty shovel and. A lot of elbow grease but you can do it should it should, be fine now are all of those I'm going to call them stems No it come up. Are they all attached to. Their individual route or are they Yeah Yes they stem from one root, mass you? Know so so, basically when you're going to be, dividing you're going to be kind of splitting the root, mass you? Know, so Try and get as, much of a root ball as you can you know, that always. Helps To dig up the whole thing just. To cut, it right now You could just cut you, know half or a, third or whoever. Much. You, can handle and and that should be it should be okay well it's the best time to do this You can do it now if you. Wanted to, you know, I think you know falls. A good time to transplant. So just have to water it what twenty minutes a day for the ground reasons or watering is tricky it's it's you know especially recently, with all wet been what I. Always tell my clients, is the best way, to determine if a plant needs to, be watered is to actually. Insert your two fingers into the soil but two or three inches down and if it's moist don't at the water but. If it seems dry, then yeah, twenty minutes a good soaking maybe every other day or maybe maybe a span of, two to three days. This, time of year with the cooler temps Kilogram freezes solid exactly Thank you so. Much I appreciate Marie we appreciate the. Call and redrafts off we've got an open line at the accurate mortgage talk and, text, line, four, one four, seven, nine nine one. Six twenty and see. I'm I'm Jim Bakken I'm here with Kyle Coleman landscape, architect with seasonal services and we're going to, be talking with. Stephen MC wanna go but first we're going to stop for the news and very is going to bring us up to date. With everything that's happening so stick around right here. On Wisconsin's radio station WTMJ Jim friends and former presidents are saying goodbye to Senator John McCain in a public funeral service at the National. Cathedral in, Washington DC this morning many other former dignitaries ULA eulogizing the former prisoner of war. Turn lawmaker former Senator Joe Lieberman as we mentioned President, Barack Obama former President George W Bush also former head of state Henry Kissinger making their remarks regarding the The fallen state Senator we are going to take, the latest from ABC news Borough, a memorial service for late Arizona Senator.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Those a menu item or it was just a statement in believe in like a yeah zippy cartoonish font and it was a an endorsement of the of the food sure grim of grand grandmom she says yes so when you struggling with some fear next i just think yeah grandma says take it to noodle street just drive it down and maybe the noodles income in hot coming in hot down noodle street ball out wet jim bakken i don't know craig i don't really have much more to say one little nugget of wisdom i would like to impart on just my personal journey is is that i in addition to hardcore narcotics i am currently detoxifying from an over use of the internet super hot the information superhighway the internet yes on sometimes known as it is known and i have to tell you the clarification of my mind stuff's is is formidable and fabulous you can feel the difference you can you can taste the difference is the true pepsi challenge of the mind and like i just mentioned that david foster ause did also talk about in a speech delivered at a at a university of commencement ceremony the choice of what to fill your consciousness with is the critical one that's true it's it's how you what choose to consume in terms of information the and also your friends to is like never forgotten the vinnie my man vinian rehab said show me a man's friends and i'll tell you who he is.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Critical Role

"Becker golden bull numbers others so yes you can choose that would exactly so hitting a of a few throat and fire we are so so whoever is is the winner of this um uh or any of these the go ahead and get you to contact from his reform would say can customize your phrase so if you wanna be part of this give away over the break i make sure to use the key word towed t o a d in a chat room also apparently anti valentine's day drau evolved they do as well as pretty cool um but yeah so check amount of woman gaining dot com but if you went into that the ccctb is towed only inter once please in that which checks if you do more than once routes qualified so wait for them to to notify you over the break and we'll come back with a winner when we return muslim leasing matching set with the elvis pelvis in the wrong if our a wedding or whether you super sweet twenty iso things hormone elvis set foot don't removes mental all right missing is a little bit hey i'm liam o'brien hand you're listening to the critical role podcast now let's get back to the action hillary so before jim bakken we have a winner in the czech we have other winners piano underscore feddie p i one reading the certainly p a l underscore feddie fed iit's of regulations exactly but of old captured 100 information will be that's an anti eu but a welldone and heavy valentine's day.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"He can't even talk to his actor really you know any meaney any he's calling gem up saying to him disconnect hunter jim is ask you only clifton yeah yeah there while we can we can fire and ian and tony clifton and i could get jim bakken he can maybe do a a good impression of those guy right i what you want ocean easily withdrew what did what what was your feeling that so this is what you're like you're thinking about how you occupy different performance faces was your reaction to that film as an actor watching that you had it was a may that it was amazing lake jim carey is such an you know his his thing when when he does it it's miraculously that when the way they and it's also the document documentaries also story of of in the air in his life and gyms like right and you see and jim the way he talks about his performance persona is like he called the jekyll and hyde except it's a benign hide right right another person takes over so oh any i guess he learned that from stand up like he would he after a while you're like no plan right i'm just going to go out there and let this high carrier takeover and just reiger it out on a date if there's something i kinda love about that but it's also a little crazy i think you don't you watch it as an actor and think like all these poor people on the set which well i think about me out of sort of yeah it's it's a it's it's an amazing exercise in that documentaries amazing but i think when they were making man on the moon it feels a little like it wasn't after a while it was diminishing returns like yeah.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"What's the root denison i mean what what are you cover okay when who put a shoot out we start with i mean it was it was drained okay i rest my case what about her a jayco i was j those jaycie okay so he says he's ain't cast to have roots in in people that live lack of a it logo for black men are going up charlie own correct me if i'm wrong though whereas drake where drako pro even kanombe i know but who can't become pro i'm asking the question that was wings okay skews the fuck out of media right right so we're we're we're the rest of these come from i'm jim bakken so that's what you're saying they handle no say saying the youngest linux foundation a hip out as they see it i'm just saying i'm just saying that this is a white supremacist agenda being pushed through our music broker i'm just saying they wanna make us look stupid they want a new one they want to make it look giving them no it doesn't coalesce she they wanna make us look stupid and pivotal all right i know that which you i'm which that i don't think it's a good look on which that i don't think it portrays our people in a in a in the light that we need to be portray because i mean they're they're already they're already look at us like just general bottom on the fuck me like a bird i'm cool with their bitch i'm a thug bucket right but i ain't no more the fucking you so so so so they'll which so wish were park is third i'm just.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Yes and radios choice travellers on the road front nine dc facing the wizards in trying to snapped a fourgame losing streak they did just that lebron james fifty seven points with a careerhigh twenty three made field goals travellers a one thirty one 22 victory ten of james eleven career fifty point games coming on the roof trauma finally i am so glad all they really hits our once or twice a whole have i know i'm jim bakken wire say rand field failed to other noted i'm almost came back to my regular self rather you know all preseason so as to be may as far as the ray and order right god is should right now the source of me so i had to come on her over to talk about a friendly deal thirty six offer wont for think john wall suffered a left shoulder strain in the third quarter stayed in the game xrays after the game negative wall standards for sunday's match up against toronto on certain celtics outscored the thunder by 25 in the second half one on one 94 no case see carry arbi twenty two of his team i 25 coming in the second half i'll horford added twenty thursday ordered a fourgame losing streak reading the hornets one away one on one gregg popovich mouth high with phil jackson for the six most coaching wins in league near free james harden 29 points eleven assists used in a 15point win again atlanta fan simmons his second triple double of the season 14 points eleven rebounds and eleven assists sixers beat the pacers one one one one cent toward quarter in los angeles lakers up well right now on the nets one hundred eighty brooke lopez leading all stores which 28 lonzo.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Of it not had his boat you'll want want a favorable was on that show because if you don't know shoot a right in their head bra when you find out that it's desmond who knows jack that's the good that was one of those military who watch it gino what's up i wanna be loved by you thanks bad i appreciate that that's a good way to try to woo me it's better than 2000 charge the messages i'm not interested though no daddy's would you you're saying now what you're talking to put you in a us and ginger snaps which he talking about so so jim you're saying that on i wanted to be loaned by eu delegations isla second logan on news organization has created this whole tv show you i like jim bakken says arthurson how the third i thought his solitary responding it was also mr mugu if you remember the team headed like his wife though loveless she was awful oh she was so gross to give up from gil again i hate to say this if i'm gilligan i'd probably let skipper pound me before i before i give it to mrs what mrs how it all because what are you what are you going to get out of sex with mrs how well i don't like highly highly it'll be rich on a hallett rich as a matter on i love it does this still as soon as we get on the island you're not rich anymore you have no assets here go pats would right always to be like hub schori i'd love to help you out sunday memorial but never did it and i guess or you are there were city it's yeah you're a millionaire okay will at your bosses around where they are the ones that chartered the boat probably dea i don't know how everybody fit in either accept verdict skipper in she the elegant skipper in its first mate the professor what the hell is he doing their heart so it's a crazy party gone wrong i the house get a crazy sex party they invite a professor of course took it a vijit or maryanne they long air a guy gilligan in his first mate professor was so smart he couldn't get them off that.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thank you very much solidity seats so not selena the odds use may absolutely who that is the does a selena gomez singing about nightsight let's go to uh the detective sergeant ralph lib lack of the westminster police detective how are you tonight hello dan pay for having me on do i had the great denied the correct title it says sergeant heavily into said you're a detective at this point uh sergeant on okay you're on with the sheriff of a wish to county lou avenge elitist and alice h his on the other line with us you lost a partner tell us but that case uh yeah jim bakken 1999 i was on a motor vehicle stop on thirty one westminister which the desolate road and our town anna i patrol that road just briefly before i stopped a car and a at the conclusion on motor vehicle stop ended up being jason rivers at the panel wasn't chevrolet was uh come walking down toward my location um wearing kimmel type uh clothing and i just travel that road wait just moments before that he was nowhere to be seen in place that he should have been coming up um i ended up having some interaction from him and he's unrelated to the traffic stop he was unrelated coulda traffic at that was a yep um i was i actually left the traffic stop go to identify what was going on with the with mysterious walking down the street in the manner he was and when i stopped the after his name he seemed nervous um and ultimately i found out later on that he gave me a fake name and he was carrying a backpack and at the time i i pat best them from my own safety which only consisted there's about a guy who i found night and shortly uh after initiating conversation witnessed the river is my partner uh larry in iraq to tobacco yup and upon seeing oxford upenn arrive on teen mr this fled into the woods with a backpack he had been carrying go ahead um and after a short for pursuit for the would uh there was gunfire exchange and next thing i know off you was telling me that he had been hit and um i.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"See for me i feel you doubting me no no no it's this is what i love about gaming is the fact that we both love game so much we just consumers such different ways yet where it so rare that i'm totally caught off guard of like i didn't think i'd wanna play this this weekend yearning me like this past week and finally buckle now do persona and i've played for of immerse forcing myself do i wasn't enjoying it so jim bakken immoral heroes omega right but that was there i i keep my digital question so tidy in terms of like i have the folders and then at the very front of the fathers are like the things i'm currently i know i'm bopping around between or whatever and then towards the back is when you get into here's is weird in the game about a cat that i was gonna virtually play would never did and then like so venture those will be chopped off probably never play by vested it for me even if it is like man i feel like going by back and playing a twometer or whatever it's going to be that i who i think that that's coming in our have the free time no doubt may force the position it download it really from here how you can do everything when i i get a new code and i put it in earnest senate at homeless started downloading in there and like grit i just excellent i just hate deleting games m i found it meiring for it's one of my biggest pet piece of this new his current cost of generation is i have to constantly delete games to make space for new games and i hate that see for me i for me at scratches the same age as when you make the todo list and as i go the store and do this thing in that feeling of going and be done with what he's not done with the what if you wanna play and then it's not there what that's on you you gotta think you don't lead if you're gonna get back to you know what i mean you can't do either gonna get back to it but when you are done with a game you know do either i during we're on it was over there was a moment of like man.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

The IGN Movies Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

"To me that's what makes this movie very special and one of the things that it does really really smartly is it doesn't li as much as this movie is being sort of marketed as like oh this is like a john hughes spiderman movie it's great it does not lean into like heart classic high school archetypes of nerd jock badges that kind of thing even though they did flush was gro executive flashes my example to because flash is this kind of awful kid that is penis parker is obviously like this huge refrain in the movie uh but he is not only this kind of jerk character but he's also part of the academic decathlon team and he insists mel mayor jim bakken be welcome welcome back so it was nice to see them kinda do a modern science school and that yemen amongst like you know edwards if you were there are still divisions in this case on and it goes back to our earlier point about the haves and havenots i mean flashes a rich kid peter is not right now and so i think they would again just the wonderfully woven into woven kind of elements there in the murray let's talk about um uh and j m j hurt zenda as michelle is oh called me mj now i spoke to uh kevin feige immi pascal and they said in that was like a wiggle room answered bill that doesn't mean mary jane watson is another third this is just a nod to a character name m j this is just the nickname that she chose.

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"jim bakken" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"jim bakken" Discussed on KOMO

"To the seattle center and 75 will be the high today sunshine about eighty tomorrow the mid70s with a mix of sun and clouds through the weekend and beyond to the fourth of july sixty nine in the city of federal jury deciding to spokane county sheriff's deputies did not use excessive force against a man in a fatal confrontations was outside a jim bakken 2013 william burgers family filed the civil lawsuits seeking to hold the deputies responsible after one of them placed burger in a neckhold that caused the thirtyfouryearold man to lose consciousness and eventually to die the deputy stunguns did not bring burger under control criminal and internal investigations already cleared them of wrongdoing but again a federal jury deciding those two spokane county sheriff's deputies did not use excessive force against that man back in 2013 our komo news time twelve twenty six from abc news tech trends i'm alex stone birthday not for a person bud for a device they're likely change your life ten years ago large crowds lined up outside apples stores around the country the iphone went from a sort of mythical mysterious dream revealed by steve job i think we're going to hit a grand slam of this is something everyday americans could by now a decade later the iphone is replaced maps calculators encyclopaedias alarm m clocks flashlights your wallet and it put the internet in your pocket data woman is the tech side and gadget has changed the way we do everything board planes to pay our friends back money other companies ended up building phones it mimic and even exceed the iphone bought the iphone was the first slide your finger on the touchscreen too the answer a call and that at the tide felt like.

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