36 Burst results for "Louisville"

Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:47 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Brian Hernandez, and you're listening to HR or in. You're listening to the equine forum on HR RN presented by twin spires and the stage is set as lava man has taken over the lead. He'll have to deal with bowling gowns who's under the whip and too late from their front AP excellent back to third AP excellent is battling back inside of mama mats. Lava man is only a head in front. AP excellence. There's the original rags to riches. Lava man did it again by a nose. And big booster. Lava man joined native diver as the only horses ever to win. The historic Hollywood gold cup three times he accomplished the beat with that performance in 2007 that was a pumped up dick stauffer with the call of the 2007 Hollywood gold cup. That went, by the way, gay trainer Doug O'Neill, his fourth victory in the gold cup, which sounds pretty good until you realize he's still four behind. Charlie winningham and Bob Baffert at the top of the list. Will those two ever be equaled? Plus, are the connections of Preakness hero early voting, making the right call by skipping the Belmont in two weeks and get this. It is national hamburger day and national brisket day. I'm kind of wondering which one of those are Dale and Tim going to choose on this Memorial Day edition of I ask they answer. All of this is presented by the university of Louisville equine industry program and the college of business and it all begins.

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Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | Last week

Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

"I want to switch gears real quick and talk about this Christian school under fire for upholding Christian values. Now you may ask me, Brennan, what in the world is happening at this Christian school that will make them be under fire and how does that relate to Christian values? So according to the Louisville, carrier journal says a homework assignment given to several middle schoolers at Christian academy of Louisville encouraged students to pursue an imaginary friend to reject or persuade imaginary friend to reject homosexuality. Now, you know in the woke of the woke culture that we live in, people to be mad at that. Now hiding the world at a Christian school, you're going to be mad at that. It literally says in a Bible that homosexuality is a sin. So why is it so weird and difficult in a Christian school for you to understand that that may be a hypothetical situation that kids will be able to or should be able to defend their faith in?

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Caller: If Illegals Are in Our Facilities, We Have to Keep Them Fed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Caller: If Illegals Are in Our Facilities, We Have to Keep Them Fed

"I'm a conservative, but I do have to disagree. I mean, since they've already drugged millions of immigrants up here, which I hate and don't want ever to happen, we've got them trapped and we've kind of have to keep them fed. Who's got them tracks? I would say. Who's got what does that mean? We've got such a small percentage. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute. What does that mean? We've got them trapped. Who's got them? Pretty much got them up here with their kids and everything. We can't send them back now, unfortunately, I wish we could. But if we are more bound to stay focused, how did we trap women crossing the border illegally who are pregnant or who have children? What do you mean we've got them trapped here? Look, I think we should have left them across the border like Trump had. I'm all for that. But now that they're in our facilities, we have the moral, we have to feed them. We have to what's the first of all, you're not a conservative. You're a troll. You don't believe what you're saying. Let me add, let me ask you, what you are. I love that. What's the morality of American moms who can't get baby formula in Louisville, Kentucky, your city? Where's the morale? Where's the morality of that, Ken?

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Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

"Sergeant Mattingly talk about what else is. How many different places have your family ended up living? Talk to us about access to lawyers, lawyers for you for other members of the team. It sounds like your life has become a living hell since this incident. It's been, it's been something that movies couldn't even, if you saw all this stuff in movies, you wouldn't think it was real. And I never thought I would be in this situation either. You think it won't happen to you or at least not to this extent. So yeah, we've been to we've had to move 6 different times. We've I think we're finally in a place we're staying, but when you're freeloading off people trying to find locations and trying to sell the house, we have just bought, then there's a lot of stress involved in that. And what I want to let people know, especially the people who are the pundits who were the liberal media who, the ones that attack you on social media, when you attack me, that's fine. You know, I had 21 years of police work where you get pretty callous to a lot of things. But our families aren't used to that. And they're innocent in all this. The children, the grandchildren, the parents, my wife, so all these things are external stressors that are hard to deal with. And unfortunately, like you were talking about the lawyers in mobile, here was that this was a huge one. When all this came down and we knew that there were potential charges against us from the state, then we reached out to the best attorneys and Louisville because that's who you want representing you correct. You think, okay, lawyers don't care. I mean, they represent murders and rapists and child molesters and all that surely they'll represent me. It's wrong. None of us could get a lawyer in Louisville and you'd call them and you go, man, can you represent me? Ah, I've got a conflict of interest or, oh, I just ain't going to work out. Nobody would be honest, except one lawyer finally told me the truth. And he said, John, you know this would ruin my career. This is my business. You know who I represent. I would love to help you. My wife's freaking out because anybody that helps you always get doxed and attacked and we're scared to do it. So he was the only one that had the courage to tell me the truth and I appreciated that, but it's sad that you can't even get fair representation because you're a police officer.

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Sgt. John Mattingly Describes the Details of the Breonna Taylor Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Sgt. John Mattingly Describes the Details of the Breonna Taylor Raid

"Written a book that is 12 seconds in the dark, a police officer's firsthand account of the Brianna Taylor raid. The mainstream legacy line media would say that this was a no knock warrant. You guys burst in, you started firing and this woman was killed in her sleep or in her bed. When you tell us who Kenneth walker is and who Brianna Taylor was. Okay, Kenneth walker was Brianna's current boyfriend. Now the guy that she was associated with in this narcotics ring's name is JaMarcus clever. And that's an ex-boyfriend and on and off boyfriend that she still had very close ties to. Matter of fact, just in January 2 months prior to this incident, she had bailed him out of jail for the same thing drugs and guns that used her address for that. He used it that her address for his license for his registration of his vehicle for his phone service for his bank account. So everything tied those two together. However, she was dating Kenneth walker at the time. And he happened to be at her house that night. We didn't know he was there when we were going the Intel we had was very limited, and it said that they thought she was going to be alone. Breonna Taylor was she did work in the hospital's part time. They keep saying she was a nurse. She went to nurse. She was a, she had been certified as an EMT in early or late 2015. She only did that for 5 months and was fired by the city of Louisville with a no rehire, claws in there because a lot of rumors going around. I can't justify those rumors, so I won't, I won't say when we requested the information for her file, they refused to give it because they said they didn't want to disparage her name. All the while they threw us under the bus every chance they got. We're not going to talk about certain accusations. Let's just say, was it rumors of criminality or something she did inappropriately related to possible crimes? Well, all the guys I know that are taught in the EMS, even some of the higher ups say that there was accusations of selling narcotics from the ambulance. Wow. Or maybe transport them to JaMarcus Glover. But again, those are unsubstantiated rumors and I hate because of the way I've been treated for the last two years. I hate to paint somebody in that picture.

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Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

"Show. John Mattingly, sergeant Matthew, welcome to America first. Mister gorkum, I'm excited to be here today. Call me Sebastian, please. All right, let's start with who you are. Let's talk about your record, how many years you've been in the police force who you served with in the various duty posts that you filled. Please just give us a little biographic summary if you would. Sure. So I served for 21 years all in the same department, Louisville metro police department. I started back in 2000. I did 5 years on late watch, which is a midnight to 8 a.m. shift. After that, I went to what's called a flex unit, and it's a small narcotic style unit within each division. And I did that for four, four and a half years. In 2009, I was promoted to sergeant, where I went back to late watch for about a year. My body was screaming at me at that point. You get too old. Let's do something else. I had ten years on the department at this time. So I went to our division detective unit and was able to do that for about a year and a half, but the whole going into work every day and suit and tie and doing a lot of paperwork just wasn't my style on the police department. I like the hands on staying busy type stuff. So then went back to what's called our viper unit in 2012. And that was a violent crime unit we started because our increase in homicides and robberies had gone through the roof and so we went after the worst of the worst and I did that until late 2015, early 2016. That's when I went to our major narcotics unit. I've been up there until 2020 and March 13th when this incident took place and the rest is history.

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Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

"AP sports I'm John Libby I see a writer scored a game high thirty points as Oklahoma City needed overtime to beat host Portland one thirty four one thirty one that McLemore little trailblazer scores with twenty eight thunder guard should kill just Alexander will sort of the rest of the season following an ankle injury guilders Alexander's missed three of the last four games with right ankle soreness hilly village had twenty two points and Louisville held off Michigan sixty two fifty return the women's final four for the fourth time in program history the top seeded cardinals advance to face North Carolina next weekend in Minneapolis over tools was returned to St Louis the three time MVP joining the cardinals on Monday four reported one year deal Ottawa senators announcing Monday or Eugene Melnyk passed away following a short illness Milik who bought the team in two thousand three when I was on the brink of bankruptcy was sixty two I join the debate AP sports

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Caller: The Greatest Message From Truckers Is 'We Want Freedom Back'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Caller: The Greatest Message From Truckers Is 'We Want Freedom Back'

"Do you think about the truckers convoy? And I might take on it. Look, I think it's fantastic. I actually disagree with some of the conservative pundits out there because they're saying, well, there's no message. I don't really understand why they're doing this anymore. Most of the mandates have been lifted, but Mike, I'm telling you something, buddy. I've been in this country as an immigrant. Legally, of course, I'm a police officer here in Louisville. And I see the cultural shift. There is a huge cultural shift that happened in this country recently, probably even more so than in the 60s. And the greatest message that I've received from these truckers is, hey, we're not going to allow freedom to die in America. We're not going to allow the culture to shift so far beyond repair. We want to go back to freedom. We want to go back to individual responsibility. We want to go back to work ethic and that's what I see happening. They are literally retaking the culture. Let me tell you something.

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Leftists Call Mike Gallagher a 'Racist' for Reporting the News

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Leftists Call Mike Gallagher a 'Racist' for Reporting the News

"Why do people on the left instinctively go to that argument over and over and over again? You criticize Kamala Harris your racist. All I did was read a news story from Louisville. Now, you call me right now. I asked Tracy to clear the lines. And I just want to take calls and I promise I'll be respectful. Hey, three one two. If you can clean up your language because your mom ought to wash your mouth out with soap to try not to talk the way you text, but if you do think I'm a racist for reading the news story about the officers acquittal out of Louisville, tell me why I'm a racist. And I would extend that challenge to anyone listening to me right now. One 806 5 5 mic, you tell me why you think I'm a racist. For sharing with you the news that former Louisville police officer Brett hankison was acquitted. You know that I wasn't on the jury, right? I didn't acquit him. You do know that I didn't shoot Breonna Taylor, right? Why am I a racist?

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Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

"Louisville, remember the police officer Brett hankison, he's the only police officer who was ever charged in connection with the raid that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. That officer was acquitted of all charges yesterday. Now, funny how the cops acquittal didn't get that kind of media attention that the death of Breonna Taylor itself received was a shocking story. It was heartbreaking for certainly her family and for many, many people all over the world, Breonna Taylor became went right up there with George Floyd and Michael Brown and all these other police shootings. She had been in bed when police officers broke through her door. She was a 26 year old emergency medical technician. She was shot multiple times. She died at the scene, while the police officer was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. This is the guy that fired the bullets into her home and it took the jury only three hours to find the officer, not guilty.

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Ex-officer charged in Breonna Taylor raid begins trial

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-officer charged in Breonna Taylor raid begins trial

"Opening statements are scheduled to start Wednesday in the trial of an ex police officer charged in connection to the botched raid that killed Brianna Taylor in Louisville Kentucky prosecutors say Brad Hankinson fired ten shots during the twenty twenty rate but none hit Taylor instead he's charged with endangering her neighbors none of the officers as bullets killed the twenty six year old black woman were ever charged they had a no knock drug warrant associated with her boyfriend who thought it was a break in and fired his gun no drugs were ever found Hank is and is expected to testify as are other former and current police officers and jurors are expected to toward the scene I'm Julie Walker

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Caller: Look How the Media Treats BLM & Antifa vs. Truckers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Caller: Look How the Media Treats BLM & Antifa vs. Truckers

"Hey, listen, I was just going to say, you know, you were talking about how you don't want the truckers to do anything outrageous. To make it look like you're causing a scene or blocking up ambulances, it doesn't matter what this chuck driver convoy does. The media, which is the left's voice. Right. The media will simply find things, whether they have to look any place in the United States. They'll find stuff and show it on the TV and the herd will see it. And they'll look and see what they're doing. This is what Trump's people are doing. I know. And as far as what you're saying about antifa and how they're doing this any other antifa is supposedly filled with righteous indignation, they've been put upon by society and they're just acting out as more and more victims, traditional so no matter what antifa does, it's justified. No matter what these truck drivers do, it's bad. Look at look at the, look at the look at the beat. Look at the BLM activist who got bailed out after trying to assassinate the Louisville mayoral candidate. He got bailed out within 48 hours. The ALM is acting the way they are because of social indignities and full of righteous indignation. Well, I know I get that. I get what their argument is for their defense. They're acting out because we let them because people are afraid of them. The media is everybody's afraid of BLM. It raised afraid of antifa.

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Miranda Devine Explains 'BLM Privilege' in New Column

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Miranda Devine Explains 'BLM Privilege' in New Column

"That we've posted at Mike online dot com if you want to print it out or share it with friends. She writes when prominent young far left activist quintes Brown was arrested last week for trying to assassinate a Jewish mayoral candidate in Louisville, Kentucky. He was portrayed sympathetically by the media and immediately bailed out of jail by his Black Lives Matter comrades who crowdfunded the $100,000 cost. Brown had BLM privilege, a celebrated gun control advocate, anointed as a rising star by the Obama foundation. He was an honored guest on joy Reid's MSNBC show. He was granted a biweekly opinion column in the Louisville courier journal dispute boilerplate leftist race based anti cop sentiment. And according to Andy, no author of unmasked, the definitive antifa expose Brown social media accounts show a disturbing allegiance to anti semitic causes. Such as the Lion of Judah armed forces, an armed black nationalist group, which is linked to the virulently anti semitic black Hebrew Hebrew Israelites. One of the bullets he allegedly fired from his Glock handgun at mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg came so close. It grazed the man's sweater. But none of that is a problem for GoFundMe, which routinely cuts off crowdsourced donations to nonviolent Canadian truckers and nonviolent January 6th defendants, but never interferes with BLM's cash.

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Why Not Reveal Identities of Who Donated to BLM Louisville Chapter?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Why Not Reveal Identities of Who Donated to BLM Louisville Chapter?

"Trudeau invoking the emergency act to freeze bank accounts and get people arrested, reporters are like little rats screen about revealing the identity of people who made donations to the fund to support the truckers. What an interesting thing. Wonder if there's any reporter trying to get the list of people who donated to the Black Lives Matter Louisville chapter and sprung the 21 year old who tried to murder a mayoral candidate this week in Louisville. That's funny how that works. Have you noticed that? Isn't it interesting how when there's a protest like the truckers convoy? People have to be shamed and bullied into submission. But I guess the ultimate form of protest is trying to murder somebody you don't like. That guy gets out in 48 hours because Black Lives Matter raised and paid a $100,000.

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Liberals Post $100k Bail for Louisville Violent Criminal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Liberals Post $100k Bail for Louisville Violent Criminal

"A guy tries to assassinate a mayoral candidate in Louisville and even the reporters like, well, they are going to get him now to try to get the help he needs. Because he's got mental issues. That was a Black Lives Matter activist, by the way, Chanel helm, who you heard talking so sympathetically about the would be assassin. And they got up. They collected a $100,000. They posted the $100,000 bond for the man charged with trying to kill the mayoral candidate. Wonder if Kamala Harris contributed to the bail fund. She's known to do that, you know.

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12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

"News. 12 American cities broke annual homicide records this year every one of them led by Democrats, Philadelphia topped the list, surpassing 500 murders as of November 26th, breaking last year's numbers. Rounding out the top 5 Indianapolis, Columbus, Louisville, Baton Rouge. Others in the dirty dozen. As just the news dot com reports, where Albuquerque, Tucson, Portland, Rochester, Toledo, Austin and St. Paul, Minnesota. Chicago still leads the nation in total homicides for the year. And the fact is, every single one of these cities is led by

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Is Biden Secretly Flying Undocumented Border Migrants to Other Areas of the U.S.?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Is Biden Secretly Flying Undocumented Border Migrants to Other Areas of the U.S.?

"Got a text message on the my pillow text line, several months ago, I came into SDF. I think that's Louisville about 1130 p.m.. I went over to the general aviation side to get my car. There were two tour buses. One of the guys who worked there told me there was a charted chartered 7 37 coming in just after midnight with resettlement undocumented people from the border to be bused out to undisclosed locations. He said it was the second or third such flight in the past two weeks. I called a prominent local TV news station reported what I'd seen and heard, they politely said thanks and hung up. No action, no interest, in any action, or exposing these flights. I suspect they already knew and knew to be quiet. These illegals have to be gone somewhere. And the country is changing.

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US Rep. John Yarmuth to Retire From Congress

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:53 min | 8 months ago

US Rep. John Yarmuth to Retire From Congress

"Biggest news story yesterday that you don't know is a huge news story is this. John yarmouth is quitting. Now you don't know who congressman John yarmouth is, and thus you happen to be listening to me in Kentucky. He is represented Louisville for a long time. And he is quitting. He is also the chairman of the budget. Committee. So he actually had a big job. Why is he quitting? Because there is a tsunami coming. The Democrats have gotten everybody mad at them in record time. Joe Biden's numbers are slipping under the 44% approval number. The big news yesterday is that Terry mcauliffe is going down with the Biden ship, reached out desperately and asked, you know, he has to come campaign for him. Not the president of the United States. The former president of the United States Barack Obama. Barack Obama is going to show up, but I hate to break it the Democrats, you still like him I know, but he's not the crowd generator and he's not the enthusiasm manufacturer that he used to be, and you can't stop people like John yarmouth from saying, I'm done here. And you know why the Democrats are not quitting? All the Democrats in Congress are saying, no Mas no Mas. It's not just because of redistricting and Joe Biden's unpopularity. They all need a job when they lose. In the 2010 election. After the ObamaCare fiasco, which is not as big as the fiasco of the Biden spending. It's one third the fiasco of the bidens. When the American people don't like to spend money they don't have money that they're borrowing. You have any Democrats lost in 2010, 63. 63. That meant 63 Democrats looking for jobs in Washington D.C. and John yarmouth is smart and says, you know, I'm going to go find a job before I lose. I'm not going to get bailed out of time with everybody else on a red tide. I'm getting out of here. So that's a tell.

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"louisville" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Because they had prepared the confederates were prepared. For general grant to engage them in that area he ended up going around them And up the tennessee river and set up what was later called the battle of shiloh Or pittsburg landing as you might wanna call it it. It was one of the early battles in the civil war. I think either eighteen sixty one or sixty two and It was a horribly bloody battle but the battle was gonna be. The battle of columbus ended up being shiloh but they were prepared the He gets my granddad. Grew up there right. On the mississippi river they found many balls in the trenches of us born in eighteen ninety nine so that was only five years after the civil war but it became apparent that if he was going to be educated he couldn't stay in that county because they had no high school so he had an uncle named fred cow. Who is a famous musician in louisville He founded the louisville conservatory of music. Which later became the university of louisville music. School and granddaddy came to louisville to live with uncle fred and he went to male high-school which at the time was in education in and of itself it. You didn't really have to go to college after that. 'cause you studied greek latin and the you studied the classical type of education. That's what granddaddy got he. later went to world war one For a very brief time for. I think he was probably seventeen eighteen years old so he went to europe. He got a little bit of gas. Not much but i think it did weaken him In his later life he didn't get any where near the gas. That that that some people got A back in that horrible horrible form of warfare that they engaged in world war one And that's why they had the where the face masks He got back to louisville and one of his first jobs. Maybe his very first job was that he worked for the louisville gas and electric company as a salesman of preferred stock directly to the public now. he he he would go door to door in louisville selling this stock to Individual people and families one of the areas that he went a lot was germantown because everybody there saved money In fact the very first date i ever had with my wife was in germantown at has an hours where we went to louisville to see the phantom of the opera and we went to eat has an hours which no longer exists but it was a great restaurant In in canada. In the germantown area of louisville granddaddy would go to the different people's homes and knock on the door and amuse a door to door salesman. That's what he was and he would. talk to him about Company louisville gas and electric company and a lot of times. There be a a light bulb hanging down from the ceiling over the kitchen table and he would say. The dividend on this preferred stock will be paid. Just like that like comes on you know and as if to illustrate the dependability of whatever anything to make a sale so fifty bucks you know they would go to the cookie jar. Because i don't think they like banks and dig out fifty bucks in there was so he worked there and then He worked for various Investment firms in lovo One of the names that comes to mind is a fellow named ben krieger. who's a granddaughter. I went to To college with at At swanee and anyway we discussed some of these things and you know he loved louisville..

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Biden 'Making the Taliban Great Again'? Scott Wagner Thinks So and Put It on Billboards

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 9 months ago

Biden 'Making the Taliban Great Again'? Scott Wagner Thinks So and Put It on Billboards

"Brother-in-law reach out to me this morning and he said how do you see this story in fox news. I know the guy who did it. And i said really Well then connect us and he did so. Thank you on the main two brother in louisville full connecting us to a man who understands communications strategic communications former pennsylvania state senator delighted to have him on the show scott wagner welcome to america first after i much benefit. Seeing the fifteen bills you put up around pennsylvania. Ferret is thank you eric. So it's a photograph. I i'm not sure i'll have brian stelter if it's dr not. It is joe biden in a taliban outfit holding an rpg grenade-launcher with the sign making the taliban great again. I dread to think how much those fifteen billboards cost you. God bless you for doing it. Tell us why you did it. Scott while sebastian I have a political background I'm gonna be sixty six years old next week. I've been in business my whole life. This country has been great to me. we live in the greatest country and so to think that That our government our president left. Once i've course cues me Seventy five thousand vehicles five hundred aircraft all the weapons or the mission explosives night-vision equipment that kind of stuff. We left it for the taliban. And now i was actually just on the internet looking at images of over the last several weeks. The taliban soldiers fighters driving and riding in us are armored personnel carriers. Amazing that this is going on and somebody has to step up and say something. So it's mad this what we've done so we have. We have given The taliban in early christmas quite

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"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

Practical Wanderlust

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"But he hasn't talked about the light rail. I'm probably going to end up. Like moving to louisville electing myself city council. Just so i can make this damn light rail happened. You heard it here. First boat for me. Twenty sixty three. That's not gonna. He don't know louisville city council. Has its own years. Well hopefully you learn something on our first. Historical episode and appropriately is lee is hometown. We're going to have more of these. Every few episodes where also season two were doing stories that we've had as well as like behind the scenes stuff so if you have a question for go onto us to answer on a behind. The scenes episode pleased the at practice. Wanderlust email contact at practice dot com. Which is like throwing them into a document and we're gonna do an faq episode at some point. You can also read our book how to quit your job and travel which has lots of questions that are answered like quit your job and travel for one for the first one and the second what was it like and third what is travel and forth but where travel. We did a whole thing on that. We're not gonna do much about it. But you should book by because i wrote it. It's long isn't working very hard on the book. She's got bloody fingers. I wasn't gonna say bloody bloodiest gross. I was just gonna say they hurt real bad. Remember that halloween lake the chainsaw. Yeah i remember how the halloween story that we heard. It was like the book on tape about right. Just telling like a personal anecdote on our podcast. This entire podcast is personal anecdote. We're just going to leave that one. It doesn't it's not entertaining enough to explain to you. I'm sorry sorry everybody z. next time..

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"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"We're going to get rid of the trains and build a bus system and the bus system is going to be better and everybody was like. But why would you use the bus system when the train system is so good and they were like because we're going to turn all of the trains and buses and everybody is going to have to use it because there's only going to be buses and it was like this evil rubber corporation and then somebody like got run over by a train and they were flattened out and then they like up and had these like red is like popped out of. Its i really want roger rabbit again no desire. But that's literally what happened. Is they bought out the. It was the rubber company that made the tires for the buses. Like bought out the train company and then just paved over all of the train tracks. So there are parts of louisville where you'll see train tracks like sticking out of the ground like leading to nowhere or like these abandoned bridges running through neighborhoods that you're like high wonder what that's for. It's because it used to be a really cool light rail system. That's where that's what happened so down with big rubber. Bring back the train tracks. All kind of dust them off out of the pavement and we'll have a whole system ready to go. There's a lot of historical stuff. I spent a lot of time just like deep diving into like. She really wanted to in the history of the like louisville transit system where we are the light rail system. And it's not in mayor. Fisher's twenty lear plan to talking a lot about like bicycles and pedestrians and computer systems and making the bus system. But he hasn't talked about the light rail. I'm probably going to end up. Like moving to louisville electing myself city council. Just so i can make this damn light rail happened. You heard it here. First boat for me. Twenty sixty three. That's not gonna. He don't know louisville city council. Has its own years. Well hopefully you learn something on our first. Historical episode and appropriately is lee is hometown. We're going to have more of these. Every few episodes where also season two were doing stories that we've had as well as like behind the scenes stuff so if you have a question for go onto us to answer on a behind. The scenes episode pleased the at practice. Wanderlust email contact.

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Lock them up and camp straight and louisville was like no. Those are our citizens and we're going to protect them and at the time we had a red governor and he said oh well we'll just cut funding to all your schools so your teachers aren't going to get paid. We're going to cut all this funding right. You're not gonna be able to make money when louisville's able to like it's how they have like fucking money right they can be like nah. It's fine. we have conventions we had the derby like we have the like bourbon. Distilleries like people are coming here and spending their money and that means we can use that money to reinvest in our school so we're going to protect our citizens. They don't quite have enough of that like they kind of do but they don't really and so. I think that louisville can really become a place where that tourism money and also the money from the industries that we have in louisville a lot of which does come from the bourbon industry. But i really think tourism is a big place where we can have an impact. And that's part of why. I spend so much time talking about lethal hyping it up like talking about on blog because if you go and you spend that money in louisville and you spend it at black businesses and you spend it at locally owned places that money is getting reinvested in the community and louisville is a beautiful wonderful and progressive place with its problems that needs to be fixed but it is a place where it's worth it to go and invest that money in and it is so important any red state that has a little dot of blue and a city of blue. That is so important so a lot of the places that are talk about savannah. Georgia you know places like that It's a similar kind of issue. So i'd like to see louisville become a center of tourism and the city that people wanna go visit. I'd like to see how like food tours and walking tours and things like that..

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"They're held to justice and the attorney. General has not really been doing that much. So it's such a complicated and it is a developing situation. But when you hear beyond a taylor. I want you to know that what happens to her. In many ways does reflect this really ugly dark racist history of louisville. The legal that. I know and the reason why i wanted to do a podcast episode talking about my hometown. Louisville is a progressive place. It is a place that always votes blue. Even when the rest of kentucky is voting read it is a place that is lgbtq friendly. It is a place that is a haven for the arts. It's the place that self identifies as a sanctuary for immigrants and refugees. Even though you kind of have to get permission like it's not like like an actual title because you have to get that from the state and usually the kentucky governor is not democratic right. Now he is anyway that's a tangent but itself in. Nfl is as a sanctuary and it is really a welcoming and loving place but it has a very dark and ugly History of racism and segregation. That for a long time needed to be corrected. And i'm i'm choosing to be optimistic. That this is the moment that we will finally tackle that project together and move forward and become a place where it's not just an acknowledged truth that everything west of a certain street is where the black people live. Like i don't want that for the future level that that i like my hometown that i love so much i want it to be a much more progressive place. So that's that's my hope. So what do you think it'll take for that to happen. I mean i start. Y'all could vote out. Mitch mcconnell although less than always votes against mitch. Mcconnell the gerrymandering. We can't we can't get that blue. Vote to count for very much. It's so frustrating..

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05:39 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Have a lot to do with a history of louisville have a lot to do with red lining and gentrification in louisville and we don't know yet rate if that lawsuit is going to turn out to be Proven to be accurate in its accusations or not but essentially they were saying that brianna taylor happened to live in a block that was designed to be Like bulldoze and built on top of and the lawsuit claims that she was murdered in an attempt to basically gentrify the neighborhood clearing out on the other hand you have a very vital need for investment in the west end and a desire from people in the west end as well as other folks in louisville who have an interest in seeing will become more progressive to develop it in a way. That is really playing amish to what the community wants and working with the community. My fear personally is that maybe we do find out that this was actually something. Really shady right. Maybe she did actually got murdered to gentrify it. I'm so scared that nobody is going to want to work to develop the west end in a way that is actually beneficial to the community because bush. This big exactly it was big block. Martinez has. there's exactly so i'm very. It's so complex. it really is There's also things that have to do with the police. Officers aren't like required to live in louisville. So they're not necessarily serving and upholding things that the average louisville ian who is pretty fricken progressive believes in all three murderers did not live in louisville right. So that's something now it's like there's all these laws kind of going into place to make it so that liberal police officers do have to live in louisville have to be more connected with the communities that they're serving and protecting and that's all really really great and the mayor doesn't really have the way that the laws are written. The mayor isn't the one who gets to say whether or not they're fired whether or not. They're held to justice and the attorney. General has not really been doing that much. So it's such a complicated and it is a developing situation. But when you hear beyond a taylor. I want you to know that what happens to her. In many ways does reflect this really ugly dark racist history of louisville bites the legal that i know and the reason why i wanted to do a podcast episode talking about my hometown. Louisville is a progressive place. It is a place that always votes blue. Even when the rest of kentucky is voting read it is a place that is lgbtq friendly. It is a place that is a haven for the arts. It's the place that self identifies as a sanctuary for immigrants and refugees. Even though you kind of have to get permission like it's not like like an actual title because you have to get that from the state and usually the kentucky governor is not democratic right. Now he is anyway that's a tangent but itself in. Nfl is as a sanctuary and it is really a welcoming and loving place but it has a very dark and ugly History of racism and segregation. That for a long time needed to be corrected. And i'm i'm choosing to be optimistic. That this is the moment that we will finally tackle that project together and move forward and become a place where it's not just an acknowledged truth that everything west of a certain street is where the black people live right like. I don't want that for the future level that that i like my hometown that i love so much i want it to be a much more progressive place. So that's that's my hope. So what do you think it'll take for that to happen. I mean i start. Y'all could vote out. Mitch mcconnell although less than always votes against mitch. Mcconnell the gerrymandering. We can't we can't get that blue. Vote to count for very much. It's so frustrating..

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"I don't wanna be on a bus for two hours really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just released and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh. I've heard that area's really dangerous looking critically about it. It's just because they see the police in people think that like the more cops. There are the more crime there has to be was a language about certain parts of level that is deeply and like historically racist. And i think we're only just now getting to a moment in time where that racism is being illuminated and brought up too late for us all to look at and think about and how it is actually systemic. And what we all have. We're we're we're all going to have to basically remove all those barriers so our current mayor greg fischer and he actually commissioned this report on redlining. He's actually like since he started since he was elected. He's been trying to kind of uncover this dark past and the truth about legal that it's historically and currently geographically segregated and that all of these past and presently billions have been denied and withheld opportunities based on where they live And so he was working on this big development project in the west end. He was going to invest in building a community resources. He was working on it with community leaders to make sure that it wasn't gentrification. It was really supposed to be designed to be The things that the west end like theoretically right this is how he's been presenting it and selling it. I don't know if that's the case not knocking to take a stand on that it's being investigated so we'll find out but one of the underpinning pieces in the lawsuit of.

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"So white students ended up attacking buses of black students with bricks starting fires and organizing rallies the mayor of the time to clear the urban renewal plans were to drive black people from downtown to prevent it from becoming as he puts it a black belt so weird terminology louisville has since embraced integration. On paper. i would say. I think pretty much. Most of the people that you'll meet in louisville that are talking about redlining. This kind of thing would definitely identify as progressive and as anti racism and anti redlining and that kind of thing but it's been embedded in louisville for so long. I mean literally. It's in the streets. There are certain streets leading into small town out. That are all one way because it makes it that you can't get in or out easily. It's like the entire town is designed to be racist and so even though now sentiment has changed there is so much work to be done to undo all of that i mean the effects of previous segregation ordinances and redlining linger. Today like you said like the west end still lack proper grocery store buses from that have a townhouse to take these roundabout routes which means the west westerners have to sit on transit. Longer ones actually use the public transportation and that deters them from looking for jobs in like the more upscale eastern. Because they're like. I don't want to be on a bus for two hours. Really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just over police and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh. I've heard that area's really dangerous looking critically about it. It's just because they see the police in people think that like the more cops. There are the more crime there has to be was a language about certain parts of level that is deeply and like historically racist. And i think we're only just now getting to a moment in time where that racism is being illuminated and brought up too late for us all to look at and think about and how it is actually systemic. And what we all have. We're going to have to basically remove all those barriers so our current mayor greg fischer and he actually commissioned this report on redlining. He's actually like since he started since he was elected. He's been trying to kind of uncover this dark past and the truth about legal that it's historically and currently geographically segregated and that all of these past and presently billions have been denied and withheld opportunities based on where they live And so he was working on this big development project in the west end. He was going to invest in building a community resources. He was working on it with community leaders to make sure that it wasn't gentrification. It was really supposed to be designed to be The things that the west end needed like theoretically right this is how he's been presenting it and selling it. I don't know if that's the case not knocking to take a stand on that it's being investigated so we'll find out but one of the underpinning pieces in the lawsuit of about the murder of brianna taylor has to do with that specific community project. We are going to get into the grisly details..

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"I mean we live in a post racial society. Mlk solved racism. Desegregation efforts in the seventies were met with fury from many white legal residents in response to busing which was an approach that schools took to basically desegregate by bringing black children from certain neighborhoods and bussing them into white schools in other neighborhoods to like help like integrate. So white students ended up attacking buses of black students with bricks starting. Fires and organizing rallies. The mayor of the time to the urban renewal plans were to drive black people from downtown to prevent it from becoming as he puts it a black belt so weird terminology. Louisville has since embraced integration on paper. I would say. I pretty much. Most of the people that you'll meet in louisville that are talking about redlining. This kind of thing would definitely identify as progressive and as anti racism and anti redlining and that kind of thing but it's been embedded in louisville for so long i mean literally it's in the streets. There are certain streets leading into small town out. That are all one way because it makes it that you can't get in or out easily. It's like the entire town is designed to be racist and so even though now sentiment has changed there is so much work to be done to undo all of that i mean the effects of previous segregation ordinances and redlining linger today. Like you said like the west end still lack proper grocery store buses from that have a townhouse to take these roundabout routes which means the west westerners have to sit on transit longer. Ones actually use the public transportation and that deters them from looking for jobs in like the more upscale eastern. Because they're like. I don't want to be on a bus for two hours. Really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just released and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh..

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"The urban renewal plans were to drive black people from downtown to prevent it from becoming as he puts it a black belt so weird terminology. Louisville has since embraced integration on paper. I would say. I pretty much. Most of the people that you'll meet in louisville that are talking about redlining. This kind of thing would definitely identify as progressive and as anti racism and anti redlining and that kind of thing but it's been embedded in louisville for so long i mean literally it's in the streets. There are certain streets leading into small town out. That are all one way because it makes it that you can't get in or out easily. It's like the entire town is designed to be racist and so even though now sentiment has changed there is so much work to be done to undo all of that i mean the effects of previous segregation ordinances and redlining linger today. Like you said like the west end still lack proper grocery store buses from that have a townhouse to take these roundabout routes which means the west westerners have to sit on transit longer. Ones actually use the public transportation and that deters them from looking for jobs in like the more upscale eastern. Because they're like. I don't want to be on a bus for two hours. Really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just over police and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh..

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Not regular woodford. It has to be the double oaks because they put it back in the barrel and it gets sweeter makers marcus my cooking bourbon. Yes except for me is too sweet. So that's a desert bourbon. I like blanton's with food that's true. That's accurate i will also say that rabbit hole distillery send us a bottle recently and we've sipping on that one and it's real good and it's also there distilleries based in the heart of louisville which is pretty cool also thank you thanks rabbit hole. Icu point though about dessert bourbon. And i'd like to raise you to the fact that i actually prefer to only eat bourbon as dessert in the form of bourbon balls. That's true also. A good point. Is that bourbon. Plays a big role in food. Oh yes yes it very much does in kentucky in general has an interesting melting pot of cultures in history so naturally the food reflects them not really native american crops blended with colonial staples and those mixed with food. The enslaved people brought from africa do mean like the story of southern cuisine. With a little sprinkling in of native american midwest influences like beer cheese like beer cheese So what are some classic dishes in. Lieu obviously beer cheese There's actually a beer. Cheese trail in kentucky. Still and i'm very disappointed a louisville thing. But it's a kentucky thing. So i guess i'll claim it there. We also do have. The most quintessential louisville dish is called hot brown Describing it it doesn't sound as good actually is but it's basically like this. Baked open face sandwich with turkey tomato bacon and like the. The sauce called moray saucers was kind of cheesy. And i know it doesn't sound go but i describe it but it's really good. And really fatty and like filling and reg you can find all over louisville but it was invented at the brown hotel. And that's where you can get the real deal and there's also like different spins on it like we had a nashville hot chicken version of it once it was really good So i didn't realize this but louisville invented pulled pork. You're welcome earth another one that you're famous for is burgu. I was hoping you wouldn't actually mentioned that one because gross yeah virgo is a southern stew. That for some reason is more popular in kentucky than anywhere else. A few places in kentucky do claim to be the burgu of the world as far as we know nobody else has stepped up to the plate to dispute that claim. Because why would they burgers. Got a weird name to match matches historically weird ingredients. It's supposed to be made with pretty much whatever meat you've got lying around. Yeah my mom who also grew up in louisville and is illegal expert just like me says that it used to be made with squirrels And i thought she was pulling my leg. But i did wikipedia it and apparently that is true. So that settles it. What's going to settle my stomach..

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05:23 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Split in kentucky on either side of the civil war and they kind of made it sound like we're neutral like switzerland. But maybe that's just. Because i grew up in louisville. And we don't talk about the rest of kentucky. They like to kind of gloss over many citizens of label those still harboured confederate sentiments after the end of the war americans clinging to confederate sentiments refusing to tear down the flag erecting monuments. And in this country in twenty twenty but possibly for that level was the first city to enact the secret ballot in the us. They can hide their fucked up politics and secret sure that nobody will ever come public with their hateful. Beliefs of course after the war legal up their game in terms of non fucked up industry. It continued shipping bourbon and tobacco. But there were some new attractions. Yes so during the war. J frederick heidrick hiller eric yes so during the war j frederick. Hillary started a woodshop in the city. He was a german immigrant. Whose son bud played amateur. Baseball frederick himself did not care for baseball but he was a supportive father. Well i do stand support a father's together. They made a new bat from white ash. For local pro. pete browning after they saw a bat in game when browning i used about in the game he delivered three hits and he continued to use that bat it later gained the iconic nickname the louisville slugger shit and then louisville slugger became a pro baseball team. Right know that the disappointment explains a lot. Actually louisville has also been a major player in healthcare. Historically it seems to have started in the early nineteen hundreds of the construction of waverly hills sanatorium. A place to treat to berkey loses patients. Man sanatoriums always sounded. They're going to be haunted but then they're like never are We're really hills is hot.

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05:23 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Split in kentucky on either side of the civil war and they kind of made it sound like we're neutral like switzerland. But maybe that's just. Because i grew up in louisville. And we don't talk about the rest of kentucky. They like to kind of gloss over many citizens of label. Those still harboured confederate sentiments after the end of the war americans clinging to confederate sentiments refusing to tear down the flag erecting monuments and in twenty twenty but possibly for that level was the first city to enact the secret ballot in the us. They can hide their fucked up politics and secret. sure that nobody will ever come public with their hateful. Beliefs of course after the war legal up their game in terms of non fucked up industry it continued shipping bourbon and tobacco. But there were some new attractions. Yes so during the war. J frederick heidrick hiller eric yes so during the war j frederick. Hillary started a woodshop in the city. He was a german immigrant. Whose son bud played amateur. Baseball frederick himself did not care for baseball but he was a supportive father. Well i do stand support a father's together. They made a new bat from white ash for local pro. Pete browning after they saw browning break a bat in game when browning i used about in the game he delivered three hits and he continued to use that bat it later gained the iconic nickname the louisville slugger oh shit and then louisville. Slugger became a pro baseball team. Right know that the disappointment explains a lot. Actually louisville has also been a major player in healthcare. Historically it seems to have started in the early nineteen hundreds of the construction of waverly hills sanatorium. A place to treat to berkey loses patients. Man sanatoriums always sounded. They're going to be haunted but then they're like never are We're really hills is hot.

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05:17 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"That's just. Because i grew up in louisville. And we don't talk about the rest of kentucky. They like to kind of gloss over many citizens of label. Those still harboured confederate sentiments after the end of the war americans clinging to confederate sentiments refusing to tear down the flag erecting monuments in twenty twenty. But possibly for that level was the first city to enact the secret ballot in the. Us they can hide their fucked up politics and secret sure that nobody will ever come public with their hateful. Beliefs of course after the war. Legal up their game. In terms of non fucked up industry. It continued shipping bourbon and tobacco. But there were some new attractions. Yes so during the war. J frederick heidrick hiller eric yes so during the war j frederick. Hillary started a woodshop in the city. He was a german immigrant. Whose son bud played amateur. Baseball frederick himself did not care for baseball but he was a supportive father. Well i do stand support a father's together. They made a new bat from white ash for local pro. Pete browning after they saw browning break a bat in game when browning i used about in the game he delivered three hits and he continued to use that bat it later gained the iconic nickname the louisville slugger shit and then louisville slugger became a pro baseball team. Right know that the disappointment explains a lot. Actually louisville has also been a major player in healthcare. Historically it seems to have started in the early nineteen hundreds of the construction of waverly hills sanatorium. A place to treat to berkey loses patients. Man sanatoriums always sounded. They're going to be haunted but then they're like never are We're really hills is hot.

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05:45 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"That is either way hashtag freebritney speaking of bourbon county. There's even a lively and ongoing debate on where the name bourbon comes from. I've never heard anybody debating that entire life. You are on different sub than i am. I'm just kidding. And i say that proudly i am so offended. Most people think it's from bourbon county kentucky however some history of student autos and historians believe the name evolved in new orleans and gets its name from the city's bourbon street bourbon street was named that because people drink whisky. They're not dude. Why would a street in louisiana itself after spirit from kentucky. Patriotism okay actually quick cyclist about hamilton. No okay a pair of brothers. From france that kentucky inns whiskey. Charred barrels would sell better to new orleans residents sense. It tasted a little more like french. Cognac people started asking for that whiskey from st and later bourbon whiskey. No matter what story you believe it was called bourbon whiskey until eighteen forty when it was just officially named bourbon. I think it came from kentucky. And i'm a credited kentucky and so it must be true all right whatever while its origins may be shrouded in myth. We do know that. In seventeen eighty three. Evan williams opened the first commercial distillery in kentucky and louisville whisky distilleries and innovation soon started popping up all over kentucky. After the whisky rebellion since kentucky distillers were not subject to federal laws at the time. What's the whiskey rebellion. That sounds awesome. Okay this is another side quest. I'm really excited about this. One all right whiskey. Distillers and farmers organized an uprising in pennsylvania in response to attacks on domestic spirits proposed by the ohio in d. yard hamilton. George washington led militia to disperse the rebellion. The first real test of the new government's ability to enforce federal law so in hamilton and cabinet battle number one when thomas. jefferson says imagine. We're going to happen when they try to our whiskey. This this is what happens. So i assume that hamilton to is going to be about lavelle the electric bugler too close to anyway included in this. New batch of whiskeys was the discovery of sour mash by dr james c crow. And what is now our favorite bourbon woodford reserve. Dupay play favorites. I'm sorry by the early eighteen hundreds. Everyone seemed to be making bourbon with approximately two thousand distilleries in kentucky alone. The people who aren't in kentucky that are still making urban. Why can you guys just stop. Can you can you just not. It's just embarrassing. This led to an interesting fact. Actually that year there were more distilleries and horses and kentucky than there were people in the united states. That doesn't actually sound shared to.

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The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Hey ben what's up pop quiz. How do you pronounce. The capital of kentucky. Is it louisville. Louisville or lewis. Ville big deal out of this. You know there's like oh it's not cold lewisville that's and it's like no you can call louisville. You can be right here. You are failing this pop quiz. That's not the capital of kentucky. What is you really. Don't know this. Oh right it's lexington. How dare you high. Jeremy where the accident prone travelers behind practical on less. We're here to dish out. Travel tips tricks. Useful trivia. useless trivia mildly entertaining anecdotes. And everything else you need to avoid making all of our terrible terrible terrible terrible terrible mistakes and we make a lot of mistakes. This episode is all about leia's hometown louisville k. war. I've thought i was going to do the fun. Indra word that out of your system ella fitzgerald yes. When people think of my hometown louisville kentucky or you can also say lowell. Nobody'll they often think of the derby fried chicken bourbon. Baseball bats college basketball. Feel free to jump in at any point here honey. I think you covered them all rude. I'm kidding as a snooty californian i can say very proudly i fucking love louisville. What was it like growing up there. I mean i grew up on a farm. We had a lot of animals around. It was really beautiful. We had border collies and horses. There's lots of horseback writing about really stereotyping yourself. As i've met more and more people louisville. I find it hilarious. That you all have a sorry. Y'all have like a rehearsed monologue about the city like our water is the purest in the country where the sixteenth largest city rattle off all a bunch of payments people from there like mohammed ali. Bryson taylor thompson diane sawyer. Jennifer lawrence nicole scherzinger from the pussycat dolls. Come on now is should be known upfront. There are two very different. Stories of louisville louisville is very much a split or technically speaking geographically segregated city. There are a lot of different facets to my hometown and they're often in direct opposition with one another and in this episode. We're going to look at those different sides attempts to examine where they came from and see how those stories live on today. We're going to go deep into some pretty complex history and hopefully distill it down. Was that a bourbon with. We put a cork in it. You know what man was better. And i have proof you really barreling through this episode. So far my god we just used up all of our all of our bourbon bonds and it's only the first two minutes all right..

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"louisville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"louisville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Louisville teenagers are behind bars accused of a list of crimes in southern Jefferson County LAPD detective Charles raider says the suspects were arrested for destroying mailboxes and the responsible for a total about five so cars, we were covered four four guns all believed to be stolen. He says the teens face charges as minor as traffic violations up to charges of wanton endangerment. The White House is dismissing the intelligence communities to conclusion that North Korea won't be giving up its nuclear weapons the intelligence communities annual threat assessment concluded that North Korea was quote unlikely to give. Give up all of its WMD stockpiles delivery systems and production capabilities even though steps towards denuclearization had been the main condition for continued talks between the US and North Korea. The White House insisted denuclearization was still the goal in the discussions a second meeting between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong set to take place in Vietnam is just weeks away alley Rogin ABC news the White House. The FBI was unable to determine a motive for the Las Vegas shooting in its final report on the shooting that killed fifty eight people in two thousand seventeen the FBI concluded that Stephen paddock sought infamy. Paddock most likely picked the outdoor music festival because people were having fun. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is trying to make sure and other government shutdown is avoided. They Kentucky Republican says he'd be open to a bipartisan Bill. Works which means avoiding a shutdown and avoiding the present feeling should declare a national emergency. There are a couple of bills being offered on Capitol Hill. One of those measures is called the stop stupidity. Act. Congressman John Yarmuth says the state of our union is unsustainable. As chairman of the house budget committee, the third district democrat gave the opening statement at Tuesday's hearing on the congressional budget office's budget and economic outlook. In a statement. You said deficit projections over the next decade are unrivalled by any time in the nation's history except World War Two. Make no mistake as this. And previous reports of worn we face serious challenges serious fiscal challenges going forward. He blamed President Trump and Republicans for what he calls their reckless tax cuts for millionaires and multinational corporations, Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S and Democrats have selected a former candidate in Georgia to deliver their response to President Trump's state. Eight of the union address next week Stacey Abrams, we'll give the high profile response. She gained a national following during her unsuccessful run for governor where she had several celebrities campaigning on her behalf. Your.

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