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"mankato" Discussed on WTOP
"This has not gone down well at home with hundreds trying to get out of the country to avoid being drafted, but many citizens receive their papers within hours of Putin's announcement effective immediately. Today, for Russian occupied territories are voting on referendums on whether to become part of Russia. The death of a 22 year old Iranian woman while in police custody has sparked anti regime demonstrations across that country, she'd been arrested for improperly wearing her head scarf. Some protesters are now burning their hijabs in public. Iranian policy expert sanam vocal on what this means. For conservatives and hardliners within the system, the hijab can be a source of power or source of identity for people that are against the hijab. It is the question of choice. People are just fed up. This is a generation of Iranians that are pushing back. We're monitoring a situation about 25 miles outside Chicago in oak forest, residents are being told to shelter in place. Police have a person barricaded inside an apartment complex. There is visible fire and smoke at the scene. Disturbing fake phone calls have caused a lot of concern. Our gym Priscilla reports. Global calls this week reporting fake shooter situations that dozens of school systems nationwide have panicked parents and children teachers and staff. Those are ones we just can't mess around with. We have to take those serious each and every one of them. Scott hare is with the Mankato Minnesota school system. With recent events of school shootings, it can cause a lot of panic, a lot of stress. Slide ahead of the open today, this is CBS News. Eggland's best. The only eggs with more fresh and delicious taste plus superior nutrition because the way we care is anything but ordinary. Only egg lands best. 9 O three here in its Friday morning, the 23rd of September, gorgeous today, sunshine, a little breezy, and our highs only near 70. Good morning, I'm Joan Jones
"mankato" Discussed on WTOP
"Subscribers on the island. Fiona is a powerful category four storm right now after Bermuda, the storm is forecast to impact parts of Canada by tomorrow afternoon. For Russian occupied territories of Ukraine, are voting on whether to join Russia. The referendums have been widely condemned by the west, national security spokesman John Kirby told the BBC. They're designed. They're preordained. To allow mister Putin to say, look, this is Russian territory. And now Ukrainian attacks are on the motherland, not on Ukrainian territory, which is of course not true. Indiana's abortion ban is back on hold. Here's CBS Jennifer Kuiper motion clinic operators challenging Indiana's week old ban in court argued that it violated the state constitution, a judge finding that there's reasonable likelihood that that could be the case issued a preliminary injunction. Republican Indiana attorney general Todd rokita says they plan to appeal. The court inferred from the word liberty that there's an automatic right to privacy. Then from that right to privacy, the court inferred a right to abortion. Disturbing fake phone calls have caused a lot of concern, our Jim report. Robo calls this week reporting fake shooter situations that dozens of school systems nationwide have panicked parents, children, teachers, and staff. Those are ones we just can't mess around with. We have to take those serious each and every one of them. Scott hare is what the Mankato Minnesota school system. With recent events of school shootings, it can cause a lot of panic, a lot of stress. In California, two 14 year old students are expected to be charged after allegedly emailing fake bob thrust to teachers. On Monday, NASA will try to clobber an asteroid millions of miles away. It's an experiment as NASA scientist Tom statler. At the end of the day, the real question is, how effectively did we move the asteroid and can this technique of kinetic impact be used in the future if we ever needed to? Boston Celtics fans are reacting to the one year suspension of coach ime udoka. He allegedly had an improper relationship with a member of the organization, which is a violation of team policy
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"They've got this progressive named Jessica tarlov. And they all seem to like her. She's, you know, typical Democrat progressive, and you always have to feel sort of sorry for the, for the progressives for the lefties on Fox News, because here's the 5, you got four conservatives and one person on the left. But she holds her own. I mean, she gets petulant and she fights back with all of them. Listen to how Greg gutfeld points out what an attractive candidate carry Lake is and Jessica tarlov, the Democrat on the panel, is stunned into silence. I can't have an opinion on an election. You can't be a skeptic, or else you're a terrorist. No, yeah. And then the whole thing. I'm sorry. I began with, and I returned to he was talking about a small subset of Republicans, and he's for a week been reminding you that he clarified that, and he continues to clarify it. He works with Republicans, he got gun control done, and infrastructure done with Republicans. He made good on those promises that he can work with Republicans who believe in the same kinds of things that we do, which includes election integrity. To the point about supporting these candidates, I've not been in favor of it. If even one of these people wins their election, it obviously invalidates the entire strategy and it's incredibly scary because one of these elections could be a Carrie Lake. It could be Doug mastering on. She is going to win. I agree. She's great. She's great. She's great. Yeah. I mean, you say that sarcastically, but you have no evidence of why she isn't. I think she's incredibly persuasive. Carrie Lake, we're talking about the same person, right? Exactly. Acting like she is a monster. No, but you acting like she's a monster or something. I
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone
"The FBI has seized Mike lindell's cell phone this happened on Tuesday. Apparently lindell was at a hardee's drive-through in Mankato Minnesota. Several, I believe three FBI agents showed up. They produced a warrant. They asked lindell if he had a computer and a phone apparently, lindell doesn't even own a computer. He's like, I do everything on my phone. And they confiscated his phone. Lindell says, quote, they told me not to tell anybody. Okay, I won't. Well, I am. So lindell is not willing to keep this private. Apparently lindell was duck hunting. They came back, they were gonna get a bite, and then three cars with four FBI agents showed up. Now, the FBI agents stole lindell. We're not arresting you. We just have a warrant for your phone. And lindell said that they asked him some questions, including some questions about his website, Frank speech. And lindell then in interview said, quote, all I'm trying to do is get rid of voting machines and have our paper ballots hand counted election, so this seems to be part of a kind of widening net of Biden DoJ going after various types of people. The full story here is a little unclear because they're not the government is not clearly saying what they're after here. Steve Bannon had warned several days ago that a number of Trump people were kind of in the sights of the government. He implied that some of this was connected with January 6th. And initially I thought that maybe this is why they were going after lindell, but trying to suggest that because lindell had said, made remarks about the election that he was somehow complicit in January 6th, but it doesn't look like that's the case. At least as a New York Times report here that says that the agents who took the phone were interested in lindell's ties to a woman named Tina Peters. This is the clerk of mesa county, Colorado. She's evidently under indictment, not a federal indictment, but has stayed indictment because she was apparently trying to get some data from a dominion voting machine.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Mike Lindell Explains What Happened Outside a Hardee's in Minnesota
"What in the world are we to make of the evil that is happening in this country what happened to you yesterday? I can not figure it out. It's pure evil, Eric and you know, here I am. I get up at four in the morning. I get a break, so I'm gonna run down for a half a day with my friend to go duck hunt in Iowa. I'm coming back from Iowa after we got 9 ducks. We come back. We stop halfway halfway back. It's a two and a half hour drive to Iowa from where my office is. And we're coming back halfway and we wanted to get something to eat in Mankato Minnesota incidentally where I was born. And we pull into a hardee's in a drive-through and we go to order our food and she says, can you pull ahead, we have to bring the rest out to you. Can we pull ahead in a car comes in perpendicular and stops in front, right in front of us like this, almost like a T and I said to my friend, he said, there's something weird about that. Look at the guy, but he wasn't looking at her, looking at us. He was just kind of parked, staring straight ahead. Then another vehicle came parked up to our right and one came flying up the drive-through and boxed us in. And I said to my friend, these are these could be some bad guys. And I said, and I opened the door and I go, who are you guys? And the one guy says we're FBI. I said, I want to see badges. And they all showed their badges, and I said, what do you want? You know, we just want to ask you questions. Okay, so I pulled over and pulled the car out of the way out of the drive-through, and they opened my door and they all came up. There was three guys in a gall, all federal FBI and cursed my Friends kind of going, what's going on? What's going on? I go, I go, you know, can he eat his food or whatever, and the guy says, the FBI went over by him. Well, then they started asking me questions. And I started saying, okay, so let me get this straight. I said, you guys are, it seems pretty pretty coincidental here. That because I reached out for cast vote records for the whole United States, and all the media was all getting the word was getting out about these cast vote records that show 97% of all the machines in this country were manipulated in the 2020 election. This just was breaking news last week, but the media didn't know what to do with it
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I don't know what to make of it other than to tell you that if you love the guy, if you appreciate Mike, if you want to support the company that I'm sure the employees are like, what the heck are boss? Got raided by the FBI last night? For being a Trump supporter, a private citizen who believes that we've got to restore election integrity, that makes you a target of Biden's Justice Department? 55 days before the midterm election? I mean, I'm bewildered, I'm angry, I'm shocked, I'm sad, I'm frustrated, but I'm also determined to do something about it. And the thing I know to do is remind you that you have a way to have the ultimate show of support, and that's support my pillow. Go to my pillow dot com, look for the Mike Gallagher radio special square. Buy a pillow, get it for 1998 by the my slippers. By the lounge wear by the mattress, you get the whole mattress 50% off plus free shipping and a free pair of my pillows and free geese of dream sheets when you use the promo code Mike G when you enter the promo code Mike G, it is the key to unlock huge savings for you on everything on the store. So go to my pillow dot com, I have a prediction that Americans who are hearing about this are going to be flocking to my pillow dot com, you're going to go to the Mike Gallagher radio specials box. You're going to click on that square. You're going to enter the promo code Mike G and I hope and pray that I hear that we had a record day.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says FBI Seized His Cell Phone
"The story about Mike lindell, the founder, the CEO of my pillow. He went on a hunting trip with a buddy. They got hungry on the drive home. They went to a hardee's in Mankato Minnesota. And the FBI apparently pinned in his car and confiscated his cell phone under orders from the Justice Department using a subpoena signed by a federal judge. Don't take my word for it. Let's let Mike lindell himself. Explain what happened. Here he was last night on his platform, Frank speech. I opened my door and I say, who are you? And he says, we're FBI, said show me your badges. So they show one band. I said, how about yours? And I can not trust anybody. If they don't, they're bad people. Well, they do that. And they said, what do you want? We need to talk to you. So I pull over him. And pull over and he starts to ask, of course, I said, I want to see some more ID. So they showed me some more badges, right? I'm looking at how you gonna know a fake badge from a real one, you know, but anyway, I said, I said, are you going to start talking to their asking me questions about Colorado? And I said, you know, you guys, I said, are you going to rest me? I said, I've been asking for you guys. Let's make international this will make national news. And they go, no, no, we're not going to rest ya. I'm going, well then what do you want? They go, we got to ask you some questions. Ask you some questions.
AP News Radio
Cease, White Sox top Twins 11-0 to win big series into break
"Dylan cease tossed one hit ball over 7 innings as the White Sox clobbered the twins 11 zero cease allowed only a 5th inning single to Alex kirilloff and improved to 9 and four helping Chicago take three of four from Minnesota in the series Andrew Vaughn produced three of the White Sox 16 hits and had three RBIs The Sox put the game away with homers by Vaughn yoan Mankato and Josh Harrison in the 7th inning Chicago outscored the twins 32 ten during the series to pick up two games in the standings The White Sox are within three games of the AL central leading twins I'm Dave
Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast
"Hey welcome to another episode another flight of coaches co-pilot and today i wanted to just kind of chat with the a little bit. I am just days away at the time of this recording from heading off on a seven week fifty day. Rv trick with my husband now. We've been planning this for well over a year. So i actually have a lot of things in place so that while i'm gone you guys aren't even gonna notice my absence other than maybe you're happening to check if facebook now and then or instagram. And you see that. I am off in never never land enjoying some awesome different places. But i didn't get here by accident. Many of you longtime listeners may recall that the first quarter of this year was all about me being in another state taking care of my granddaughter. And i didn't get a lot of work done during that time because i was focused on her. Now fortunately while my business didn't grow during that time. I didn't see any issues as far as i didn't lose any clients. I didn't have any major problems. Come up. I was able to sustain the business that i had now. My next challenge is in this next seven weeks. I actually want to grow business. I don't wanna just sustain. I wanna be able to take these amazing trips and grow a successful business at the same time so i wanted to record this before i left and put it out there a little bit that. When you're listening to this. I will actually be back home and i'm going to do another. Follow up report next week. The tells you all about how things went. So here's my goal. I wanna grow by a certain amount of clients. I wanna grow by a certain amount of business. I'm not going to put it out here. But if you join me over in the hangar. I will put it out there and i'm going to do it before i leave so that you guys can kind of track with me and see now that's coaches co-pilot dot com backslash hanger so i'm setting myself up and setting key goals so that when i am on this fifty day trip enjoying some amazing places like going to different baseball stadiums across the country and visiting some awesome frank lloyd wright properties I'm gonna go to. I'm gonna date myself here but Huge little house on the prairie fan. And so i'm going to go do the mankato's to walnut grove road and visit some of the places that she traveled on a regular basis back. Then see some awesome sites around our country. I'm gonna go do those things. But at the same time i am going to commit to growing my business and let's see how it goes. I just kind of want to put it out there. I want to share it with you and let this be a little bit of accountability and a little bit of work. So here's what i've done i have. Here's what i've done to make that happen. My team has been empowered to take control of the areas in which they're in they're going to report into me on a regular basis. We're not going to do. The typical team calls that we do. But i am going to encourage them to do a little report and check in with me. I'm going to record some really cheesy videos to share with them so that i'm checking in with them. They know where i am. And we're gonna do a little bit of a kind of distance remote type of check in as opposed to the team meetings that we usually do. But we're still going to stay in touch. I'm still going to be available to them. I've got some chat feature set up so that they can reach out to me if there is an urgent matter or something that needs to be addressed but i have been really training them and empowering them to take more responsibility and take control over some of the issues that might crop up. In the meantime. I am setting forth a list of tasks for me that i'm gonna follow up on that. I am going to be responsible for that. Will help me build and grow the business. These are things that i will make sure that i accomplished on a weekly basis. I don't wanna say daily. Because i don't know yet how my internet's going to be. I'm sure they're going to be some places that we're gonna be staying some state parks or national parks where the wifi is not reliable and even my cellular service might not be good enough so we'll just kind of keep it as a weekly check in of lists of things that i wanna make sure that i accomplished and We'll come up with some alternatives. To how i normally do prospect calls whereas normally i have a schedule i can jump on zoom call based on that schedule we're going to have to tweak that a little bit and see how that works. I don't exactly know how that's gonna look yet. But i am open to how the universe gives me a great idea and is going to deliver that so those are my goals. I wanna keep today's episode just really short. Because i'm kind of excited in. I gotta get back to pack in over here it. It takes a long time to pack. Rv for a fifty day rv trip and You let me know. Have you ever taken a trip this long or or kind of partially checked out from your business to where had the time to plan ahead and you could get everything ready and you knew you're going to be gone a long time but you are still going to be running your business same time. I'm really curious and if you took an awesome vacation this summer. I want to hear about it. Come join me over at coaches co-pilot dot com back slush hanger Can't wait to hear about all your awesome summer trips this year. Thanks so much and we will see you next week when i actually check in with how things are going. I think i'm actually going to do one from the road which is probably gonna have really crappy audio. Because i'm not sure. I'm going to have my regular mike. But that's gonna be okay. It's gonna be just kind of riffing on the fly. And i'll i'll check in report and then we'll do a final follow up with how what i learned and what i have to share with you in how i might do things different. Next time we go out on the road with us today. We truly appreciate your presence and look forward to serving..
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"mankato" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Shakers practices. Well i mean really where my interest was is Next show the next show which undoing. Emily and we're going to have another guest on and they're gonna be talking a lot about the incident and how being and what being like. Emily's like techno-dance alike but she takes it with very slim mystical perspective and I'm not really certain what she's to say. But but where my mind is is is looking at the the continuity of like whether we just wanna call it dancing or movement within tapping into the natural world. Whether it's like you know that's one thing about the shaker. And i'm like okay. Well what do we know about shakers Because thing that everything you know Of indigenous indigenous culture and that dancing everything was who know about the in Like african cultures in. Not so. yeah like you know all of these cultures we can see the dancing. So i'm like okay. Well what what is what is what is that. Actually doing that so arm. I'm excited to for the conversation with emily. Because only hear what she's saying orna possibly universal practice applied to you know different sorta Medium being modern computer generated music or at least futre influence music. So that's where my where my interests was coming from as relates in that. Because i think there's something there. I think there's something really and then also like just thinking about the in my mind the the juxtaposition of what i'm imagining what shapers are because on its most on the most basic level it's it's surrendering the body to like wherever this movement is coming from and you know once it's more organized more structured than the dance. But when i'm hearing shaping like i'm thinking about the most basic But like being total out of control and like thinking about shaping movements but then comparing that to Like incredibly conscious movements she called of eastern movement arts And and lake out that and probably playing with a very similar type of energy put into very very different way. And so that that to me is fascinating Yeah no it's definitely you know. That's why i wanted to touch on it because it's this time in american history where you know. We have impression that all well the indigenous cultures they only We're just wiped out which is not untrue but there was a lot of integration that took place and i don't think through that integration You know everything was lost. Some things like we see were connected and the shakers. I think helped preserve some of those may be shamanistic practices that indigenous peoples. Were practising here. I mean you know to the spirit in the stone book again glenn talks about how all of these places where indigenous peoples were doing powwows And getting together for ceremonies would be named with the prefix devil. So you have like devil's den and devil's tower and the devil's swamp and devils this and that right all over all over the map and up the hudson river you know the dutch sawyer. A powwow going on while they were sailing up the hudson river and they were like all. That's the You know the devils river Actually i'm sorry. I think it's it's the devils river but it's on. It's where wapner falls is to this day. Where wop injures falls and hudson river where they too were those. Two rivers meet That's where these indigenous people were seen and and now that place has you know the name devil something. I don't remember whether it's tower island or something like that but yeah. This is a kind of strange thing that happened with With their culture. It kinda got mystified but it did get demonized in a way like everything was demonic. And they didn't understand You know what they were worshiping like these stone idols right They called them ideology trysts because they were worshiping stone idols. But what's really interesting. Is that these gods stones as indigenous people call them or or mankato. They were carved white quartz statues of like men and women. You know very rough statues but you know the theory is like well. where did these come from. I don't know what the weather they say you know. The native americans worked them themselves but it seems like they found stones. that looked anthropomorphic. Already and then maybe made some superficial adjustments to them. And then that was you know. It wasn't an idol but it was the creator in nature. You know which is in my opinion. What the whole spiritual culture And where the shakers. And the indigenous people intersect in a way is in that understanding of the re of a real experience with divine a real connection to it and but to bring it back to ezra stiles he was very interested in In these idols as he called them and they took some of the gods stones one that was found in hartford it was like three feet tall and about one foot wide and it had like the kind of rough shape of like a head shoulders. Kinda like hands and legs you know so the a man in a stone it just. It's so interesting because one of the things that you said. I don't remember if it was on the higher side chats or or just in one of your videos about susquehanna But you mentioned the algan language having some similarities to gaelic. Well all of this stonework is very very connected to the types of stone monuments and stone. Megaliths we see in ireland. Scotland and great britain right. So you know. And that's not to say that. Oh well that's because white. Irish people are scottish. People were here doing it. And it wasn't the native americans but you see sort of evidence for this kind of cross pollination of culture much earlier than this colonial time that we have more records of did you see. I tend to a link to video this week. did you get. Did you see the video i did. Oh so you know so those stone. The stone laws the kearns. Yes those are all. That's exactly what is going on here. In new england so rat and that's all up in the northern half of pennsylvania for the most part northern and eastern side right Yeah and there was also i remember. We did Some stones in southwe hannah county which was interesting. 'cause we just got that book. Yeah the nine hundred page centennial. History of the.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Students Are Experiencing a Crisis of Purpose
"My day job is to go to college campuses so you don't have to and the spread, the message of truth and of liberty and every message I give, I make sure that I tell young people the importance of ultimate purpose. And I don't know if you noticed this, you probably have, but for many students across the country right now, they are experiencing a crisis of purpose. In fact, I was in Minnesota in Mankato and I had some students come up and they say basically what is the point of existence? There is no God. There is no truth. And I realized in a very profound way that Satan, who is real, by the way, and the churches and talk about Satan enough. And we'll talk about Satan a little bit. That'll be not the most uplifting part of my message. Actually, it's very uplifting because we win against Satan. Thanks to Jesus. So there actually is kind of uplifting. Just a matter of how you frame it, Satan has done a very good job of leading us to believe that there's nothing to believe in. And we've seen that over the last year and a half and kind of in my job, I talk about a lot of different things, but I'm trying to bring people to ultimate purpose, and the ultimate purpose is Jesus
In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"mankato" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"We not been forced to go through this experience beautiful. Hope i spent a lot of time thinking about. Where do we land post kobe. What is normal. Work life balance where we live. How live schooling. Education am huge opportunity that we can embrace to your point. Is this this last sunday. I lost my virtual reality virginity. And here we go. I had never had that. I'd never had it happened before but but we went to an art exhibit. It was a different art different art exhibits and one of them. Was i put on the virtual reality glasses and was able to go on on a on a on a canoe and that went through the small boat and at a dog jumped on the front on the front of it and look back at me an and it was an even though and this was on on this was powered by a by a by a smartphone. Not just i mean this is how quickly this is happening to. The different ways of us participating within a community and participating in a way are going to be coming into these ways of working these ways of relating so it's really keeping our minds and our hearts open in two ways and i really love your focus on on home and breen that in alignment with housing and having those two things come together. You know when you sit just said that dennis. It reminded me of a dear friend. Who left austin and moved to another state and i said how can you leave your home here and just up route and go to another place he said. I'm not leaving my home. I'm leaving the house my home. My home is where my wife. And i are at the present moment wherever that may be asking for. That is just beautiful. Uh manque thank you so much for giving us this opportunity to have a few minutes with you. The what is there anything that we've not talked about that that is on your mind and heart Today thank you. I'm so grateful for your time and your interest and your openness and your focus on compassion do really believe that compassion is how we are going to find homes for everyone create homes for everyone. Thank you i do too it. It is a pleasure. Clay your thoughts this whole world opening up for me again house to home even that just basic thought and i'm just so grateful that you're able joyous and to be here and to share your wisdom. I agree. I agree minka at one of the things that i love about being on this series with klay who founded this his that that the the goal is to change me. The goal is for meter learn and meter grow it as long as i as long as i understand that i go local to global instead of trying to fix out there. I can work on me. And then i'm going to be a stronger person to step out into this and you've helped me so much. An opening my heart to new ways. New perspectives new ways of looking. At what we're going to do. And i'm looking forward to having more conversations with you in in the future and and thank you for giving us an opportunity to spend some time with you. Today i can s thank you. My heart is melting ones. Thank you mankato southeast. And thank you clay. Boykin offer giving us a chance to be on in search of the new compassionate mail and for everyone got a chance to hear our hearts open and to be here on this experience..
Chutando a Escada
"mankato" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Doing you know we wanted to call back and we still have these costumes. Okay i get that. Now give me an actual reason for it. It didn't he didn't seem to make sense. Well you know. The the santa thing worked out great the first time we told you fold everybody. Let's do it again. Yeah yeah but now. You're definitely not going to fool anybody. i mean obviously. They wanted something that would be immediately. Recognizable the doctor so he would know right away. That donna was in danger. But i just i needed. It probably wouldn't have taken that much effort to explain why these are here again was a totally different main villain like you just like the pilot fish last time. And now you're doing this. Yeah how'd you make that transition is what you're saying. I guess they got left there and we're looking for work. Could be times are hard for any henchman absolutely once again. The reason why christine is craziness is now that i can say This robots for higher. Even if we're just dancing in the street for christmas So once again. I can throw in a badly. Mangled springsteen line yeah a bunch of robots for higher. I'm immediately thinking of that. I think that's a really good nitpick I you know. I was okay with it. Because if they're such a fund villain So but yeah. I think a really really good point and obviously the doctor taste yeah. It was a good point. I agree so the doctor takes care. Obviously the reforms by camping up the sound system to eleven. And you know that's all taken care of only to find out well. Hey they're being controlled from space space space space base based exactly so and your thoughts about the reception. You know the doctor. I the only thing. I was thinking the doctor you know. He's still moping about rose so like he sees the blonde long all like ooh reminded me the first episode of angel. It's like mankato aren't usually of their last two same situation to some highschool blonde chick in a way too old for her guy. Yoga you know very long lived the guy yeah and you see how well that were recurrence. Theme and storytelling and you see how well that worked out when we know the russell t davies was inspired.
"mankato" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"I don't like show tubes really They look cool. But if if you're going to have all the pipes they'd better. I'll be active. Because that's i'm having a real hard time. Because i like the look of the show tubes but i it's going to annoy me knowing that there's a three dummy tubes. You know that's going to annoy me. But i think just for looks alone I'd have to do it but I've seen a couple of vans got underneath it and i'm like what the hell is this. They just hung the side pipes either. I've been hooked up to anything that that is like that's worse than putting a this controversial. That's that's worse to me than putting an ls in a mo- par there. I said it there. I said it got side pipes and they're not hooked up a we're fighting those. Those are fighting actions right there. You won't see something. Blow your mind. Google new challenger was side by mason. Really so people are doing it. Oh yeah yeah. I had the idea that i was talking to my friend. And i was like h by but look that up damp. Somebody's already doing it. Really brian. I'm gonna look it up right now and it looks like shit. We're gonna blame you okay. Row quick there's a guy in mankato minnesota. the has seventy seven aspen. Rt that he will trade for three fifty. Seven hundred r four transmission. Really those runs in dry as you said or looking for players. Monaco's or satellite slammed six. What's out there always every Yeah my final verdict on those Honestly i think they're a they fall under that category of car that i think would be a great starter. Mo- par for somebody. If you found one cheap in decent condition. Why not give it a shot. So i gotta go find some wiring and i gotta get ready for tomorrow. So i'll see you guys later. All right steve. Thanks for joining us. Buddy appreciate it. We'll see you tomorrow. Okay tomorrow all right buddy. Well i'm about to share the screen here with these Brian you might be onto something. Dude 'cause i'm just based on what i see alone. I'm not too bad. Let's see here if i could share the screen this is. This is kind of funny. Because i was expecting it to be hideous but i like i said i'm not. I'm not too disappointed in what i'm saying. Come on all right. Let's let me go down here at blue. That blue and right there. I love that one. Why is it hold on a second..
"mankato" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast
"Love you more often. That i do blacks facts. Run over san la via. But what you said i mean. I think you should say okay. We try to see like some type of intimate said. But sometimes it's like you said this is. This is a cyborg conversation mountain dew. Your say i love you to friends. Yeah okay so this is a personal question. And i and i feel like i don't even like the answer answers your shorts while when people say i love you when in regards to me. This is my parents. They like his ity. Repeat it. why would we ain't tell me. They love me some peers. Obviously you as individual me like. Oh you know what i copy. Will i love. I kissed herself. Not i never. I never thought about it tomorrow because it easy this insistent. That's why i insist. Yes yes a might come on. What am i say. I learned all all the holidays this. I'm not to catch up. this is the thing. I'm really awkward person. So i'm like exactly so it's not. Insensitive is awkward. Do you would you say a back. Yeah you are a lie. You're lying far. The mayors to only two years yourself. I love is la to look. I'm down way to tweet. Keeping scooby doo capital of. I mean beer. We might we might start. Give you some loves you niagara be yours and mine takes that never tax you that hamas divisible mess. The one that disappeared disappears. The girl hit area coach various. Have saying more like Even though still a joke. But i've meaning like when we get off the phone black. I love us for real. Maybe that's it. Maybe we need to save in some type of joke in managed to where he did. It is is this. Awkward is not assisted. We'll be like you know. I love you. Nigga by associate the hangup event. Let me love you. Power is the fourth one obvious in women that these are more skeptical of commitment. That is very true. That is true. It says that five minimal likely to feel that their love isn't reciprocated. Now's the different when i will feel. That would be more for women. But let's see why i love. no reciprocate does just. That's facts says the same research says that mean our mobile followed during courtship phase than women because of the evolutionary draft the prove devotion and consequently reproduce man of the study reported a greater number of love at first site is will. It's high percentage of love that were not reciprocated. So i think a few you remember. He was but looking back. They say he's a right. That's part of rating. He's a creek running squirming he just kissing on our love. You out of love your message. Somebody donate realize that. That's that's right. that's that's wait. What what's the what's the what's so that's basically talking about Men are more like now. What's the reason why the beginning they just said the same ratio that may be mobile. The fall in love. Is this new porsche. Face woman because of the evolutionary draft prove devotion and says mean in the study reported at grove lows first sight. that's the main key to mean also said women. Don't i think honest says it's because of that. You know the man star draft approved of ocean. I'm i mean for show started this. They love it was love first sight. 'cause i mean a lot of me as you say because most women muslim are they're gonna say when i seen him. I loved him now but us that. But that's the approach. I thought this was started off by saying like women. Don't love men the way they want to be. Learning was jimmy not really. It was also saying like. They don't feel that they'd love is reciprocated all the way but i and i think of the chairs on appreciated but see. That's what big of a woman. But that's that's what i was saying. You do have against like this whole love leggings used in this. Everybody likes to harpo. I think minutes starting to express more like what's a good way was the way that i wanna be loved versus. Wanna go tell you straight up. women limited. Not of a need to be loved this way. I need to feel safe to see people do like okay. We most of us never grew up like the Near light A to experience. This feels where we just we. We seen it from a different perspective. Other people our age doing a people like Fathers who do cheese day a the stuff that a lot of people looking like they just sensitive a week but his moral or more like just expressed a high feel here am or some mini group with their moms and stuff like that they. That's that's all they know because that's all they see from almost to the whatever here so i mean i mea i so the next to kind of put together so sixers says women are more likely to focus their love and innocent. Seven women may be less visual and falling in love. It says how man fall in love can have more to do with physical. According to being invented jimmy speaking mankato low from a far more easier than a woman. They say i mean effectuation. What happened to me i. i'm not saying girl. I need meet her. Rely also instagram. But yeah so basically just saying that you know make all love from afar and women kinda like you know but i do believe. A man can't follow from afar. Because the time dan the question of is it level is it lust because you love with the body i got you know some people like you know. That's just as she be looking to. I mean it was speaking her. She did said combination one of herself earlier. She said i can make you bus viable meech. I can make you what bus me so basically when you look at her youth. Oh jeez on mill you. If you look on a saturday you need. You need to keep no boy..
"mankato" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"Of you in depositions. You are in today. Yeah absolutely you know. We actually have been saying founded in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. We've been saying that for decades and it wasn't until during the pandemic that our aunt did some digging and found out that actually it went back to more generations when our great great great grandfather. Ed wynn started a real estate and mortgage loan company in st cloud minnesota and then his son took over and then his son moved to mankato and just opened up a new one. So really we've been operating fairly continuously for six generations since eighteen sixty seven. And you know. I always say when you're when you're an would get your birth certificate and your your real estate license on the same. You know we were kind of born into it. Both michael and i did different things in college and a little bit of career but we just felt the poll right back into it and michael from generation to generation is there a default communication style that your is known for you know i think that we we just try to talk to people like their people And there's a lot of really really great business leaders out there who good methods and systems on being concise and being direct and being professional all of the time and not to say that's bad or whatever works for individual is fine but i think we've found Since we started with such a tight group in a family oriented group as we grew it was kinda like speaking to whoever you're speaking with as they're your family as their your brother or your parents and a lot of times they are your brother or your godparents or we're at your baptism or or anything like that. I think that's really helped shape the way that we communicate with each other because there's that underlying element of respect and love and familial status that we all kind of feel like you know what even though we might not get along sometimes. Were basically blood. Now matt you to our brothers and dynamic you had growing up. Is that the way you are in business at this point. Kind of i mean michael and i are the furthest apart. I'm the oldest. He's the youngest. So you know it wasn't like direct competition but but the you know one thing everybody always tells us watched us grow up. Was you boys. There's four of us. You boys could fight so hard and then the next second. You're all hugging each other and cuddling up on the couch. And and i think you know it kind of comes back to respect michael and i really have a deep respect for each other both personally and but we also will kind of take sides even if even if we don't believe the opposite side were just like debating each other just so that we can find the right thing and then i'll go. I mean i don't know what else to say michael. I think we should do it. And he'll go. yeah. I think we should too. I just wanted to argue it out for a little while. It's good as the practice. Yeah it's the practice round before you know actually making the decision or presenting it to other leadership staff or to the agents to be like well you know matt comes up with a great idea and and i'm just going to say yes. That's a great idea. I'm going to say well. What about or have you considered or any any other roadblocks right. We love to play. Devil's advocate in these arguments for each other because it forces us to really. I don't know think about the big picture and all of the different avenues. These things could go down. Oh yeah and nobody can do that with you. Like a sibling right assembling shoveling pushback. In a way that nobody else in the world knows how to push back on and matthew. Are there any lessons that you carry from your family that influence how your today anything specifically when you think about you know what this outweigh the biggest thing that i think stuck with. Michael and i was Our dad was a man of not many words but they were always really great words and and one time he he told us when. You're the head of your family when you're when you're the head of your house you're responsible for that family when you're the head of a company you're responsible for everyone's family and and to his point he wasn't saying you're responsible for your employees. You're responsible for your realtors. You're responsible for contractors. Whatever but you're actually responsible for their families because they all rely on this. It's a huge responsibility and also a huge honor. You know both of those things going back to that family oriented. You know office culture and everything like that. It's it's been good for us to say like you know. We know our employees spouses significant others. Children they bring them into the office all the time and they don't know especially when the pants came all these people are you know having fear are they're gonna be layoffs. How how are we going to do this or enough work. We can't welcome people into the office but my job is literally to be at the front desk and welcome people. What does that look like for me and my family and i it was just a really good opportunity to challenge us in that belief that we haven't say well you know michael matthew if you really believe that. Here's the hugh put your you know. Put your money where your mouth this and and so we had the whole endemic situation and still held to that kind of vow to say well. We're not going to let people go. We owe you know that same respect and loyalty to our employees and their families that they continue to show us every day that they show up. So i don't know. I think that was just a really unique opportunity where we could say. Gosh even if there is no one here for you to welcome the echo. Food shelf really needs help. Packing you know canned goods or or the backpack food program or anything like that It was really cool to. Cb's people have that appreciation in their hearts that they could keep their job but then also turn around and give back to the community in a way that we say. That's just you know your job today. It's community service itself thoughtful. These adjustments you to have made with your team members over the last year. And you're also doing that with your customers now. How are you relating with your customers. Mostly being online when agents are mostly used to working face to face. Yeah a lot of it comes down to how we could leverage technology better right. Emails can be very impersonal text messages. Kind of even worse sometimes right But fortunately through our own investments and then also through the center twenty one system you know there was all of these opportunities available to us for video or virtual showings virtual open houses or How can we get. You know the real person behind the message again as opposed to just being content content words on paper. Now you're very good. It's obvious about taking care of your customers and your team. But i'm curious when you're the customer. What do you look for when it comes to communication. You know i was just going through a home remodel. Now and i was just some flooring depot something or other And the person that was assigned to helping me once walked in the door was not the most helpful and The whole time i kept on. I don't know i would pull something off and she'd be like well. That's you know. That's not really in stock and i felt like i was like dry driving the conversation to say well. Do.
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"mankato" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"To this new community means the neater switches schools. Again and in mankato as white. Does it was. it wasn't all white. Neither had never been the only black hidden class or in her school. But here in the country she is was very small and it was a combination of a lot of different small farm towns at attended. You know the school but it was major culture shock for me major. I was used to being around mostly white community. But i definitely was not used to not having any sort of ally especially sense. Brothers would go to the same schools me and here. We were in different schools. I was in middle school and he was in elementary school and so it was very uncomfortable and again like my job. My responsibility was to protect and look over him. That never went away and it still hasn't gotten away and so the fact that we were in different school than i had no idea like it was definitely hard to focus. It was hard to concentrate. It was hard to just be present. You know. I just felt like i just spent a lotta time just disassociating and not really being there. We'll be right back We get support from way. I spent this summer on a road trip. I am a person who also loves beauty. Products spit can do a pack any absolutely not so go from the humidity back to the dry desert. Air my hair felt not good. I gotta tell you what i loved. It is the way clarifying detox shampoo. You use it once a week and it helps get.
Boomer & Gio
"mankato" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"He's not going to be the same picture. Look at the money that the yankees are committing to him in the years. One if they're getting an average guys both to a great guy he needed these starts but he's got to continue on this path and i think that he will so get ready I know you're getting ready for the seattle crack expansion draft that's going to be big on your day Come come wednesday but You know the thing that you gotta get ready for is Nfl training camps. Some of them are opening this week and they got a thirty week. Two hundred and eighty five game schedule the longest season in nfl history. That's right at an extra game. And how many guys can make it through the entire season. We talk about injuries all the time in baseball and basketball and everything else. Two hundred eighty five game full on thirty weeks season for the nfl coming up. You know. I used to go to mankato minnesota. Every year for viking straining can't five years in a row. Did you like it wasn't every year it's just five years. Well every five straight years. Now i heard the steelers going until the trove is that right. After the first time. I believe in many many years decades so they and the cowboys will Will open camp early because they plan the hall of fame. Game then comes tampa bay because They'll play in the opening season game against the cowboys. And then everybody else. I believe opened on the twenty seventh teams opening on the twenty-seven football's right around the corner..
Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"What's up y'all welcome back to the show We just got halfway through and realize we didn't press record so wait we've recorded this show since two and a half years now and not once. Have we ever forgot to hit the record button on our row. Now though get halfway through this podcast. I go to check the levels and shit. We're not recording. I'm glad you caught it when you did anyways. We're sitting here with With our buddy. Ne- new you're the incoming chair for sp e gulf coast chapter right and i can't pronounce your last name. But we're just going to say for now. I go need be so. We're laughing because Knee came in here. And if you know anything about me you know that i've had a storied pass with sp just like friendly. Like i don't hate this p. But people think. I hate this. And i don't like look when you're when you're the small guy. You gotta get a pawnshop right and so you gotta go attack the comments but it was neekam in here. And he's like. Oh you're not as bad of a guy as i thought you can be so you guys have linked up over at the canon and started talking and really excited what you're doing at sp of that just industry as a whole man. We've got a lot of cool people coming in and taking senior level positions. And so i think there's a lot of cultural shifts happening. We can dive into those but wanna know about you. I tell us about your background. No you're at inova. The but gives us a life story man and one at year at all man thanks. We'll have a mula showman yet. It's it's it's an honor to hang out with you guys today. We realized that every longer we talk. How many mutual friends we have and how they take this laundered and i was. Yeah yeah emoji apogee those. Those are my boys man. Yes so real quick me. My name is nii. I'll go with me right so odd because just make it simple and shot several everybody so born and raised in ghana. You're a small country in west africa. but kim. i had the college so i didn't to three program in two years a truman state and missouri. And then i finished up in. Minnesota mankato so baghran degree in latronic. Aaron haji and then moved out of new york hasso then moved. Houston two thousand ten.
"mankato" Discussed on Bobbycast
"It's the team And so you know. I think i would definitely an and also i would have i would. I would have told myself You know to look at it. This is a job to you. Know what i mean and it's not just one big party it's you know And so definitely Have a lot of things to say to my younger self About relationships about taking care of my myself mentally physically And just appreciating every moment in the people around me Like i said And and preserving and nurturing Those those relationships despite what i was going through At the time would you get nervous on record. Come out because you know my own prison. Probably not because you hustled but then after it's a success and human claes about to come out or whether it's about to come out. Are you like well. We gotta beat the last one or you. Just go and let us go. Fire them up. We were in such a rapid motion from making a record promoting singles tour right back in the studio. We wrote human clay on tour because we only had like ten or eleven songs to play and and so we were like we gotta write some more songs so we were playing You know say i and faceless man and some other songs off of human clay eventually arms wide open And probably even higher Live prior to recording them on the album And so you know we kind of would see how the fans would react you know. They were getting positive reactions. And so we just. We weren't thinking about failure. We never we never thought about that. looking back We just were so focused on what we were doing in that moment and The the doubt didn't come in we didn't. We didn't set any expectations on ourselves with arms wide open written about your son. Yes it was about is. It was inspired. When i found out i was going to be a father for the first time. Yeah it's the an adult now. Yes why wild like this one. I'm like how old am i as one of those moments where you're like. Well yeah. Well it's it's funny that that you know my other three children They all know the song and it's it's kind of you know it's a family song now it's for all its for all of its for all of you know what i mean. Just inspired by your big brother. But it's for you to you know when you when you play dates now and you're doing solo days. Which by the way august fifth and saint charles illinois august sixth in mankato minnesota august fourteenth and carlton minnesota do you do all the crete songs. I i do a lot of them. Yeah i do. I pretty much do like a solo song agreed song solo song creed song So because you know the fans that are there started out with me At liking creed And you know. I wanna give them. I'm there to entertain and give the fans what they want And i still enjoy playing those songs. I love him And so it. It feels good to play them. And it's great to to to be able to mix that up with my solo material and and The fans of have have responded well to that your latest project the space between the shadows. Yeah whenever you are making a solo record like what are you seeing differently than when you would make a collaborative record with the band like how are you approaching that create. And how did you. Because that's got to be a big creative change when you first started doing your solo project..
The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"mankato" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"You've come to the right place. This is the people's countryside environmental debate. Podcast thanks ray. But she'll be with this. I'm your host william mankato and alongside me. Well not tiny alongside me as my co host that you know. Maybe the phone stuart and We've been doing this for good few years now and These momentum beyond in this podcast. Now william yes i set you up for a bigger bigger there. Yeah we've been doing the podcast for whatever two years. We still have been working collaboratively for many many years Can i just mentioned that we we. We did the christmas message. I recalled that we did a video message but we done. We've done seven. We did several video messages christmas. I think we did one in two thousand sixteen hundred twenty seventeen. I think we even did one in two thousand eighteen with a few of them. Didn't we the first one we did was. I was talking about baked beans but that was a bit strange. That wasn't the gulf coast. No that was Next to the tennis court in cowley marsh noted whose dad was it. Okay but that was distant. Just navigate of what's done in the past and We've been inundated still with a question is from Going through every single question so if you have a question and answer is because we're going to get around to it. We're taking our time. We're gonna we're gonna discuss not answer going to discuss every question an into a savings and the questioning. Today it might be a couple of months to actually get around to it on the question. We've got to die some emily from gothenburg. A your 'table iota. Bora i think is how you swedish k. In her question is senator. Ism isn't accelerating which the extremes of most arguments are you sign on the podcast. The middle ground is where the agreement and understanding live. That leads to the solutions intern. How does the people's countryside environment debate. Podcast make centralism sexy. I think emily or teasing us. It just feel that doesn't it. I've always see myself as a bit of a centrist. I've always seen myself as a bit of a sex symbol. Yeah we will have our own allusions. Don't we yeah. yeah that's interesting. So how how can we make it sexy. I'm not sure we can but let's go answering this question. Maybe actually centrism especially me. Okay for example if you look at the result of the officials of the us election not the donald trump version of the us. Election that the outpouring of relief that came from that and the celebrations that came from the joe biden is is definitely almost some somehow epitomizes centuries in doesn't he it'd be i think maybe because you if you compare it to the very wild times of donald trump. Maybe that's what it is as well. It's the fact that we are having a center is come be a change..
Trump To Campaign IN Minnesota
"Donald Trump is such a campaign in Minnesota on Friday with a rally and Rochester GOP chair, Jennifer Carnahan says Trump has momentum in Minnesota, and this is the opportunity that Republicans have had Deliver our electoral vote to a Republican candidate for president. And certainly what? My lifetime stadia Felcher can. Martin disagrees and says, We're seeing record and he has him on. The idea fell side in terms of volunteers and supporters contributor and the president is scheduled to speak at the Rochester airport just three days before the November 3rd election. The president previously campaign here in Mankato, Bemidji in Duluth. So far, Joe Biden has visited Minnesota once.
Biden to visit Minnesota next week
"Candidate Joe Biden will make his 1st 2020 campaign stop in Minnesota next week, according to officials in his campaign. The former vice president's visit is scheduled for September. 18th Biden's wife, Dr. Jill Biden, campaigned in Minnesota yesterday. Biden's planned to stop here follows recent visits from President Donald Trump. He was in Mankato last month. Several Minnesota