35 Burst results for "Mid West"

Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 hrs ago

Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended

"The rapper Ye has been kicked off of Twitter in a rambling interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday, the rapper Ye formerly known as Kanye West, talked about his recent meeting with Donald Trump, made anti semitic jokes, and said he saw good things about Hitler. His Twitter account was suspended after posting a picture of a swastika merged with a star of David. The platform's new owner, Elon Musk, tweeted that the rapper had again violated our rule against incitement to violence, Ye posted an unflattering picture of Musk in what he called his final tweet. Meanwhile, parler announced that the rapper is no longer buying the conservative social media site back in October, they'd said the acquisition would be completed near the end of this year. Parler was launched in August of 2018, surged in popularity when followers of Donald Trump migrated to the site, it had to be relaunched after it was kicked off of Google Apple and Amazon Web servers in January of 2021 over its ties to the insurrection at the U.S. capitol. I'm Jennifer King

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Rapper Ye Draws Fresh Denunciation for Hitler Praise

The Officer Tatum Show

02:29 min | 16 hrs ago

Rapper Ye Draws Fresh Denunciation for Hitler Praise

"Oh my God. We gotta talk about Kanye West on the Alex Jones show. Man, all transparency I did not watch the particular podcast, the show. I saw clips. I saw excerpts from it. And my staff was watching it, they were looking at it and they had told me some of the things that Kanye had said, and I really feel bad for Kanye to a certain degree. Because I get what he's trying to do, I think I get where his heart is at. But the articulation of what he's thinking and what he's actually doing, they're not, they're not meeting in the middle, baby. They all, they everywhere. He said that he loved Hitler. Now let me say this. I want to put this in perspective. I think that if you say that in the context of the Bible, that would be a correct thing to say, right? You're supposed to love everybody. You post to love everybody. Even your enemies. That's what the Bible say. But in the context of expressing that to human beings. I don't think many people are gonna understand you when you say you love Hitler and then he goes on and he said that Hitler had done a lot of great things. Now, let's be honest here. You know, Hitler probably had some accomplishments that he had made, obviously he was an incredible orator that he used for bad, not for good, and he probably had some accomplishments. However, the bad counseled out everything he could have possibly done that was acceptably good. And that's just my opinion about it. Some people may disagree with me. But I don't care what freeways you build. I don't care. I would argue that people probably study him on the way he was able to communicate and influence that many people to do such evil things with our many without question. He would probably study the fact that he was able to lead like that. However, when you go and exterminate people and put them in internment camps and burn them alive and gassed them and do our kind of stuff to them because you want to purify a race of people and completely obliterate people that you don't agree with or you don't like or you don't believe is worth living, everything that you've done in your life begins to be counseled.

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Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 17 hrs ago

Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame

"Well I do want to start with this because there's been so much going on and actually this book kind of is very relatable to events going on killing the legends the lethal danger of celebrity See that happening with Kanye West among others Incredible that when people become famous their whole lives obviously change And they become targets But in ways that many don't understand So killing the legends about Elvis Presley John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all of whom changed American culture We live today in a way that is defined by these three men in part And it's an amazing historical story People said look this is your 12 killing book all the others killing Lincoln killing your rising sun Big events Now you're going into cultural history But the history is so intense and people don't understand how celebrity can destroy you if you don't understand what's going on And let me make this personal to you Mark Levin You're famous Okay Everyone knows you Everybody knows me And because of that there are benefits but there are deficits And I think you following your career over the years understood quite readily that you could not make yourself available in a casual way And so people don't know about what you do where you are you do some book signings and that kind of thing But in you correct me if I'm wrong you understand there is a danger And looking at this is true Look at Nancy Pelosi okay And you can just every you can just stare step it There are legions of famous people

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Kanye West: 'I Like Hitler'

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 18 hrs ago

Kanye West: 'I Like Hitler'

"So here we go cut 16 go I see I see good things about Hitler also I love everyone And Jewish people are not going to tell me you can love Us And you can love what we're doing to you with the contracts And you can love what we're pushing with the pornography But what This guy that invented highways invented the very microphone that I use as a musician You can't say out loud that this person ever did anything good And I'm done with them I'm done with the classifications Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table Especially Hitler So should we talk about Jerry Jones when he was in high school Shall we talk about this Cut 17 go I like Hitler I don't like Hitler And I know you're trying to be shocking with that I'm not trying to be shocking I like Hitler I do not The Holocaust is not what happened Let's look at the facts of that and Hitler has a lot of redeeming qualities Jones did challenge him and took him on Cut 18 go And the Nazis might be worth thugs that show people that I did a lot of really bad things But they did good things too We got to stop dissing the Nazis all the time

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Amber Athey: Watching Kanye West Exit Out of Tim Pool Interview

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 23 hrs ago

Amber Athey: Watching Kanye West Exit Out of Tim Pool Interview

"Dan I don't know if you know this I was at the Tim pool studios on Monday night when Kanye came in to do the interview with no give us the school No this is interesting I did not know this See I don't give amber the questions but she doesn't give me her material in advance either The floor is yours Well he flew in from LA on Monday and actually landed at Frederick municipal airport and you probably are familiar with the promenade there Dan And they went to get havasi dinner there Finally showed up to the Tim pool house after their car came to get them And he was in quite the mood He was not happy that the people there wanted to take pictures with him or talk to him So I was supposed to sit in the studio during the interview and he asked me in a couple of other people to leave because he didn't want any onlookers during the interview itself And it only took about 20 minutes for him to storm off the set because Tim pool gave him some mild pushback on the things that he was saying about Jewish people And then after he walked off the show he was in a noticeably better mood and my perception was that he probably didn't even really want to be there And that this whole thing was arranged by Milo yiannopoulos who is currently serving as his campaign manager And so I wonder if he's behind the InfoWars interview as well But this is quickly devolved to a place that is just I mean you use the perfect word for it indefensible

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Amber Athey: Kanye West Praised Hitler on Info Wars Interview

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 23 hrs ago

Amber Athey: Kanye West Praised Hitler on Info Wars Interview

"This Kanye thing It's gotten serious Now there's no this is taken out of context for those of you who missed it This is happening now as amber and I are on this call He's on InfoWars with Alex Jones and it is just a generated into a cesspool of anti semitism This isn't ata context As I said before the literal definition of indefensible And I said before the guy needs help Please stop putting him on shows I'm not suggesting anyone should be deplatformed I'm a free speech absolutist on this Someone I'm suggesting at all But you don't have to magnify the guy's message using your platform What they're doing now is they're having them on clearly in an effort to gain clicks and views and it's really disturbing This thing has spiraled really quickly I remember about a month ago when he did the interview with Tucker Carlson He said a lot of things that made sense He said a lot of things that I thought were understandable But then asked over the last couple of weeks it has devolved into just blatant anti semitism And a quote from the show that he's doing right now he said I see good things about Hitler also Every human being has value that they brought to the table especially Hitler and he also said that people needed to stop being so critical of the Nazis

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 Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

"Here's what Willie geist said this morning, and I'm sorry, but I mean, it won't go away and people are emailing me about it and you're calling and you're texting, so we might as well confront this. Here's what Willie guy said this morning on MSNBC and morning Joe about Trump's dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye and the supremacist guy. By the way, we should point out as the story has developed over a couple of days. Donald Trump got totally hustled by this guy. He showed up at the dinner with Kanye West. He wanted the attention of having his name out there. He got that. And now he's condemning Donald Trump and said he's abandoned the base. He's not our guy anymore. So Donald Trump got totally hustled by a 24 year old white supremacist and Holocaust denier. Now, again, I don't know if that's true or not. Maybe it is, maybe it's not. I don't trust anything that comes from morning Joe, do you? But let's just suppose that it's true. This colleague of mine calls me this morning. She says, Mike, admit it to me. Tell me the truth. Don't you really kind of wish Trump would fade off into the sunset? Don't you wish he'd kind of go away? Don't you like Ron DeSantis or somebody else? Because they're going to go nuts if he gets the nomination again. And if he runs and if he wins, they're going to go out of their minds. And I said to her, don't you realize that's what they want? They want you to think that.

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An Incentive to Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 d ago

An Incentive to Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

"Got the biggest smile on my face today. I got an email from illyana in west ligo Texas. She said it's become a family tradition of ours to watch the thermometer on your prison fellowship, angel tree campaign go up, up, up, we love listening to how you worry about hitting your big goal, you always hit the goal with the love and support of your listeners. You know we've got now 2037 kids sponsored to send Christmas presents and bibles and messages from their incarcerated parents. In just a few days, we've raised over $50,000. It's so fun to watch this and to hear from illyana and the Rio Grande valley like that. Say that it's become a Christmas tradition because you can see the progress when you go to the site. When you go to Mike online dot com and click on that angel tree banner at the top of the page. Again, the ask is simple. $50 will bless two children. You'll be able to send a Christmas gift that the child believes is coming from their parent who is in prison. They'll also get a Bible and a personalized message from their dad or their mom to these children on Christmas. $25 a child, I had a number of people donated a thousand this week. We're going to call them to thank them personally for their donation. Whatever you can afford, and I got a trip that I might be putting together to see a Broadway hit, great seats for a show that you can't get tickets for. I mean, 'cause the star of this particular show, I'm not even supposed to say what it is yet, because we haven't finalized the details. It's going to come together quickly if we do it. Because I got the tickets. Tickets are for next Wednesday night.

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Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano

"Hawaii residents and visitors are flocking to see the first eruption of the world's largest active volcano in 38 years. Spectators coming to see oozing rivers of glowing orange lava tumble down the slopes of mauna loa. Are jamming a highway on Hawaii's big island, a main east west road that might soon be covered by the flow. This is like ten of the biggest dump trucks you can get every second, dumping lava out. Ken Han with a Hawaiian volcano observatory says the lava could get to the road in two days, but it is slowing. Will it get to the highway I can't tell you that will in turn go to hilo can't tell you that. Mauna loa last erupted in 1984 and its smaller neighbor kilauea has been erupting since September of last year, able Brown, a visitor from Las Vegas, was impressed by the natural forces on display. It's just remarkable nature overall. I'm Jennifer King.

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West Virginia to end COVID-related emergency order in 2023

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

West Virginia to end COVID-related emergency order in 2023

"West Virginia's governor is quietly ending their virus related state of emergency. Governor Jim justice, says West Virginia's state of emergency related to COVID-19 will end at the start of the new year. Justice said quietly issued a proclamation about it on November 12th, but waited until Wednesday to make a formal announcement, saying he saw no reason to make a great big hoopla about it. He says he held off ending the emergency so that officials could check that the state would lose out on any opportunities for federal money, justice says the truth is the state of emergency doesn't affect a whole lot, and now we need to move on. The state ranks 31st in the country for new cases per CAPiTA. And in the last two weeks has seen a decrease of 14.6%. I'm Jennifer King

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Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

"I want to play one more cut for you This is sarella Moore explaining digital currency She's pretty popular on these video platforms Talking again about the danger of this stuff Folks it is nothing more than a mechanism to make your phone not only a homing Beacon and a location device but to make it a device to be able to shut off your money at a moment's notice So you can't escape you can't get out of a country you can't get out of a location and you can't buy anything if the government deems you unworthy deplorable or one of the Here listen to this The government is already able to program what its citizens can and can not spend their money on Over the last few years they've limited millions of people's ability to buy things like train tickets passports and luxury goods They're able to do this because of China's intense social credit system that links each person's identity and actions to their bank account Allowing the government to see and to control everything a citizen does with their money And it seems like the west is paying attention The nations like Sweden South Africa and Canada trials of programmable Central Bank currencies are already underway In fact almost half of the world's nations are at some stage of implementing this kind of programmable money meaning no matter where in the world you live this technology is likely only a few years away Ah there you go Wow that's not coming here Really Really it's not there I'm telling you there are some Republicans who support this Two No it is coming here We still got time to stop it She said something very interesting there too Did you guys catch it Did you mention train tickets And tickets and plane tickets The great way to keep dissidents air quotes from traveling out of your country if you're the Chinese Communist Party right Shut down their money so they can't buy a plane ticket out Then they can say oh is this a prison state No no it's not a they can leave any time

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Malcolm Nance: Elon Musk Is a Stupid Bond Villian

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Malcolm Nance: Elon Musk Is a Stupid Bond Villian

"You tweeted breaking case of fire, find me at tap street dot org and soon to open Malcolm X dot com to find about my post Twitter world just in case this thing suddenly stops and melts down. What is your take on this? Because you wrote the first book on Russian disinformation. I'm just reading the headline Twitter quietly stops moderating COVID-19 misinformation. So here we go. What is your take now? Well, you know, I think another thing that I put out that what did I call them fat Bond villain or something along that line? In fact, I'm writing another book. And you know, there is an entire class of, you know, essentially stupid Bond villains who have an enormous amount of money who have decided that whatever the world is will be what they decide to do. And that they support the oligarchy. And we're seeing now with Elon Musk, he used himself as the arbiter of what is free speech. For example, you can criticize anything but Elon Musk. Right? You can say that the Holocaust never happened, but don't say anything about Elon Musk. And he apparently talked to Putin and then he puts out a plan that basically involves Ukraine's surrendering, right? Yeah. Absolutely. And then two days later, cuts off Starlink and Ukraine goes to the United States government says if you want the Ukraine to continue to have internal communications via my system, you're going to have to pay me. This man is a stupid Bond villain. Because the myth of him being a genius is finished. All right? He is Kanye West levels of genius. He has a Markham of talent of taking emeralds his father gave him and diamonds illegally smuggling on the TV in United States and then making money and then stealing other people's ideas and claiming there he is and now he's the richest man in the world. Let's see how long that lasts.

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Winston Churchill's Warning of the Iron Curtain

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:45 min | 2 d ago

Winston Churchill's Warning of the Iron Curtain

"To get this visual idea of a curtain coming down, when this speech came out, this was a fault that had been around that you used a mini, this separated the two sides. This iron curtain is a movable object that is coming down in which the east and the west were separate. If you read deeply into the speech, you can see that Churchill's desire, is there not to be a separation. I think he believed inherently that if there would be more cooperation, there would be more influence. There would be more contact. There would be more of the freedom contacting the non freedom that the freedom would win out. Of course, the USSR did not want that freedom. They did not want their influence, the people influenced by free invest you saw this iron curtain is Churchill. So poetically put, crossing the continent of Europe and taking what was free on one side as he talks about and then what was not free on the other. If you look at this today, the concern that is out there among many. Is that we are seeing communist states. Our totalitarian states who are seeing more and more of an opportunity to expand their sphere of influence and expand opportunities. We're seeing them become more closed in. You see North Korea that is one of the most backward, small countries in the world that terrorizes all people for it's living. And a very existence. You have China who's spreading more and more and putting pressure on its neighbors. You see Russia who is taking armed aggression into those to provide a quote buffer, real or imagined in Putin's head to keep the Soviet Union or the Russia and protection. This is seems in 1945 or 1946 in this speech but I believe Winston Churchill laying out the facts. That in a world in which you have divisions of beliefs in freedom and expansion for people that the governments of the world are going to have to be able to cooperate with each other and experience the benefits of freedom, the benefits of a government in which you have a legislative executive you have a judiciary that is on its own and not try to keep people in the dark or behind the curtain of freedom. This is going to be the battle as we go forward. It was the battle then. And it's something now that you hear a great deal of spoken of whether it's in the Ukrainian president zelensky, you hear it with the other country surrounding them, is that if this happens in Ukraine, what is next? Is it simply going to stop here?

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Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

"In 2020 though, the World Health Organization, which by the way, Bill Gates is the second funder behind the United States government to the World Health Organization. Their leader Tedros was picked by China, sent a delegation of people world health officials to China to investigate Chinese response. Within a matter of days, they came back and essentially said, we have seen the future. It is China. If you want to contain this virus, do exactly what China's doing. Italy followed suit and then the entire western world followed suit based on World Health Organization guidance. Anthony Fauci was even January 2020 was in an interview saying, can you imagine us shutting down San Francisco in New York like they're doing in China? It could never happen here in the U.S.. Neil Ferguson, the modeler then said, we thought it couldn't happen in the west until it did. So this was like just manna from heaven for these public health bureaucrats who had just couldn't even imagine that they could have this kind of power and sway. And then of course, Donald Trump, I still maintained that if Hillary Clinton were president, I think there would have been massive pushback, but because Trump of a conservative Republican did this emergency decree and then got duped into supporting the ten days, the slowest. We all got duped. We have to be clear. We all got duped. I never suspected when they're talking about a vaccine that there could be anything negative about that. I thought, what a great thing. How wonderful. Let's get this on the fast track. Most of us had no clue what was actually happening. And we are, it is in our national character to be nice to go along. We trust it. And we trusted, this is often what people do. But at some point you begin to wake up, you begin to look around and say, hey, wait a second. What is happening? But those of us who did speak up were crushed by the global elites. I

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How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:18 min | 2 d ago

How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

"What we're dealing with is the speech by west and Churchill, what is known as the iron curtain speech it was actually the title sinews of peace, but it's known for the iron curtain and by the very famous words that Winston Churchill used as showing the iron curtain had fallen across Eastern Europe, and that was under Russian control. One of the things that is said in the speech and I want to bring it up because if you fast forward from when the speech was given 1946 in Fulton, Missouri, to now, one of the things that he mentioned in his speech is that Russia would be very concerned about his western border at the time because of Germany and others, but that is very the same thing that Putin and many of the Russian leaders have been mimicking for years about NATO, Putin has decided to invade Ukraine. He's decided to annex Crimea. There's so many things. And he did so with the very much of the effect of saying we do not want to see NATO expanded because for lack of a better term, we view NATO as a threat to our country. And so what was happening now was very much mimicked right after the World War II when we heard this speech to begin with.

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Doncic, Mavs edge Curry, Warriors in West finals replay

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Doncic, Mavs edge Curry, Warriors in West finals replay

"Luka Dončić is 41 point triple double lifted the Dallas Mavericks to a one 16 one 13 win over Golden State as the Mavericks snapped a four game losing streak. Dallas coach Jason Kidd says Dončić continues to amaze. Tim Hardaway junior added a season I 22 for the mask, while Steph Curry led Golden State with 32. Bob Stephens, Dallas

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Mitch McConnell Speaks Out Against Trump Meeting With Nick Fuentes

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Mitch McConnell Speaks Out Against Trump Meeting With Nick Fuentes

"Let me just play a clip from Mitch McConnell. His arch enemy, in the Republican Party. Listen to what he has to say about what happened with Donald Trump meeting and ended up in a meeting with Nick Fuentes, roe clip one. First, let me just say there is no room in the Republican Party. For antisemitism or white supremacy. And anyone meeting with people advocating that point of view in my judgment for highly unlikely to ever be elected president of the United States. I can just see his chant flapping. Brother father, and I'm horror. I can't stand these people, man. They all fake. Like, I don't expect people to come out and disavow anything. You don't have to come out of this. Nobody gonna make me come out and say, I'm against racism. Shut up.

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America's Progressive Problem

The Officer Tatum Show

01:47 min | 2 d ago

America's Progressive Problem

"A three three share 24. That's a three three SHA 24 8 three three share 24. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the oscillator show. My whole stance on whether or not this country survives or fails whether or not it's getting worse or getting better is predicated upon ideology. You know, when people like Nick Fuentes and other races, folks come out and say that the country is better because of white folks exclusively, I think they forget about liberals. The most the most destructive person on Planet Earth right now is to me white liberals. The most destructive group of a mentality is progressives that are white. Because you have access to one of the greatest experiments ever, you know, I would say ever presented to mankind. America is the greatest place to live ever. And it could be much better than it is. But you have people in our country that are absolutely deranged, where they want to turn back everything that we've built in this country because of their lack of knowledge and hatred of God. I just wish people will acknowledge the only reason we are here because the people who came here believed in God and they were not perfect, but they had a concept about God that led us to this point,

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"mid west" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"It's not going to ruin your world. Let's see what happens you know. Yeah totally and that's where again this educational component of comes into play. Really hard to and it's nice to have someone with the background that you have to be succeeding with a podcast that's about the conversations that you have that. Has you know indepth knowledge that people can use but also enjoy and the fact that they can chart like we were talking about before we hit record. It's just it goes to show you. The people aren't like against the idea of they don't hate them. It's just they need a better introduction than what you generally find out there. Yeah exactly then. You know your trees and plants for the small place. I have a bunch of old books. And i can like here. One thousand nine nineteen sixties. You know cigarette voice announcer discussing like hills. What you should plan in your yard. It's our it's like. Oh yeah. I really hope that. That's that's the impact that i have and i think you're exactly right but people want to know about this and as soon as you open their eyes to too soon as you give them that. Sort of approachable thing. Like oh wow. It's not as scary and intense is. I thought like that's really interesting. Yeah and they're all doing amazing things. And it's so alien to what we really can sort of level with and sort of empathize with on sort of an animal level. Yeah exactly and i think that that connection is there. I think it's innate you just have to like reconnect it just just a little bit and everyone's like okay. Yeah this is cool. I'm so much calmer right now. It's like yeah 'cause you're sitting into that tree. He's but in thinking about that. You know we were kind of brainstorming. Some possible ideas. Someone like yourself. And i can talk for days on end about different plants trees and all that stuff and some narrowing down topic sometimes as more difficult but one thing that we kind of centered on was a particular species that is planted here. I grew up with one in my yard. They stay plant them all over campus here. And it's and then you finally for someone an east coaster like me that goes out west and sees them where they evolved them where they belong. You realize the ones that are planted out here. Mid west coast are mere shadows of what they could be. Hat is the wonderful and stupendous douglas. For right what a spectacular tree yes. And i have to just just to you know. Add a counter to that is over here. We.

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"mid west" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"I couldn't be more ready if i try near. We go with the voicemail numero uno hey was ryan from outside of detroit. I wanna clear not from detroit upstate new york from mid west yahoo shots fired. Hey great shopping. Show guys Thanks to you. I'm able to stay awake at night while feeding my newborn Otherwise i'd possibly fall asleep. Where terrible so. Thanks and Just thought no one talked about how you know. The whole thing sounds a lot like partial disclosure other opinions thought. Great job guys. let's awesome we a purpose. Keeping people up other their babies. So that's awesome. That's a yeah aiming you know get in where you fit in. I'll take it Shots fired at the mid west. A few thoughts there. I don't i think people in detroit would fight back being classified as the mid west I don't know for certain Eastern time zone with however motorcity man is definitely going to be firing shots back. But that's a story. I was listening to. I was listening to smart. Louis great podcast. I think i've talked about it before. Jason bateman sean. How's will arnett. They were interviewing david cross. He said something. So so true. And plays into that voicemail. He's like you know only people from new york start sentences with i'm from new york so bubba bubba bubba. Nobody says well. I'm from chicago. So i'm from i'm from la. I'm from miami. Only people from new york just new york. So i wear socks when it's cold outside. Well it's and i listen. I love new york. I spent a lot of time there for work. And i'm not i'm not talking shit but you know if you're from new york and you're talking shit about another area. Just be careful. it's all right. You guys don't realize. John probably spins win. The world isn't in kobe times. More time in new york than he spends in chicago so pump that. Hey you've earned it. Tell them guardia. John tell him. Tell about laguardia linda. Don't give me start and and you know here's the other thing delta in their infinite wisdom built this whole other gate Sorry this whole other terminal and it's beautiful and it's gorgeous and it's so unlucky gordy.

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"mid west" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Throughline

"A lot of what i'm going to be saying is that there are a lot of problems with the existing systems but the most pressing problems really come down to having too little capitalism not too much and this is a system that produces For all its faults an enormous mountain of stuff at very low prices which enables us to go live to have living standards that are far beyond almost anything that even the monarchs of earlier periods could ever have hoped to have. So you're like at the beginning when you're talking about how you know. so many. Have so little and say on really very puzzled by this. At least in capitalist countries the average person has a living standard would have compared very favorably to louis the fourteenth of france all the in terms of the quality of entertainment or food. It's all way better than most people throughout history could ever have imagined. Kristen what are you thoughts. Yeah so i mean there's this. Other side of capitalism it is a system which essentially is underpinned by the unpaid labor of women and other caregivers in the home and so as a woman and as a mother. I'm much more interested in the things that capitalism exploits without actually truly properly valuing them particularly care work i also think. Capitalism is a system constantly looking for ways to increase the profits for the people who are in charge of running the economy or in charge of the private property or owners of the private property and so that means that things that were previously Outside of the market like dating like our affections are attentions. Our emotions increasingly become commodified in a system that is constantly looking for ways to increase profits and as brian said. You know you could make the argument that we're not capitalist enough but obviously many people think that we're way to capitalists right and what we need is to actually rain in some of the free market fundamentalists ideology which has led us down a path. Where a lot of people are pretty

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"mid west" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Before the Millions

"And so. I'm going to get it wrong here but geared whites or your Garett white he's if you dare light i may have been passing his. He's warning or something are you know. He's a warrior bycatch in his very good business just cutting that business. He says tips on this podcast. That really can help. Get your mind right. That kinda applies to meant. He's all about I'm just men in business. Minute families is on that. So those are coupled that i listen to you and then of course. I was a low competent ravaged on on a big fan of his for years. So i'll hop on his podcast cannon. Kitchen mind right. You not just about real estate taking my that indignant bills just focus on how people serve other people and how serving other people you can achieve Yourself alibaba absolutely when you think about your industry. Your niche right. What are some bad recommendations that you hear in your professional area of expertise that you just want to kind of set the record straight for my podcast listeners. Today like hey like often hear this in my space. And i just want to clear this up because too many people are saying this is completely false completely wrong or should be thought about this kind of way. What are some of those things. My biggest pet peeve sandals areas of mid west you know prices of properties are pretty reasonable compared to what we get for ranch a great run market. What i hate people throwing out in my market when they sakes turnkey rental you know biden and start drinking double digit rates terms particular property. And although that's true it's false in the sense that people lose cash flow because of the the deferred maintenance. They have proper. All they're trying to do is selling.

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"mid west" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"To look at is there really the only thing there's real is right now correct an in the right now in the now. We have the opportunity to have pad to wherever we want to create. Now we can take this launch pad and we can become lost in what we don't want to continue into what's happened being the down the dumps and rehash things all we can often something that we want to experience next so when we are tapping hung where allow ourselves to see the light that gives rise to us to be able to make the non-dependent of where we're at now. Because i think about. I mean by the time something sad happened and you've stopped to think about you being sad about it. You now reflecting on something. That's happened in the past isn't real anymore from you. Bring the memory of that into the present moment right so you can take ideas like the principal show. People have other ideas that fit the same. Do the same row right by to actually filled out for you to step away from the summer porn and actually go and do something right lovely and wonderful because we go back to infinite possibilities and where we go next every new moment right so i might key. Lesson is when i was a kid. I grew up in the mid west of america. And we're not allowed to talk about emotions there so the entire midwest is banned from speaking about correct. Yes well. I can't say for now because i don't live there anymore. I did this skate. I escaped from the frozen tundra of upper peninsula michigan. But we yell. So when i entered the world at eighteen right during the air force there were people that actually talked about emotions and they process them. Healthily was moon so good. Midwesterner will be very pollyanna about everything when bad things happen. They go okay. I'm gonna just down through But that's not going to. Actually you know that has some downsides energy still in processing right this whole idea of an emotion needs to be processed and it has some information that could be beneficial and then you come back out and you. You grew up what happened you know. These were never spoke of in my childhood. So i was that for a long time. So it's not that. I think a lot of people in especially again the people that you're talking to in your book. The who meditating crowd the audience. They are very much like they just want everything always to be awesome right. Everything is also right. It's not it's not the actually process those you know when you get lost it's okay Go feel bad. It's good meal bad when you feel about. And this is something different. Engines created a. She actually got her. Phd from oxford university. Creating a talk would heart speak now. I speak at speed teaches you how to try you any emotion rate because none of them are bad. They also hapless totally sometime to work. It's funny that you say that. That's what i do. Have you ever done that where you just i know you have but it silly when i when i just like laying in bed or meditating or whatever and i have like this feeling like it happened in the beginning of lockdown. I think we all went through this mass grief of of the world pre lockdown. We just grieved that. I loved where. I wanna go to show all the everything right so i was like particularly scared because there was police activity in my neighborhood. Very close I think a couple nights later. I was just overwhelmed with emotion. Just sad That and i learned. I would like okay. Ask your heart what it wants to tell me. Okay hard why do you feel bad. It really doesn't even know. But i stopped for a while and then i felt better exactly and then i felt better right. It's called processing emotion all you mid westerners motion processing. Yes yeah i like that. So that's good. So i i'm with you on that. I learned a lot when i know you went through depression and suicidal thoughts and or attempts to go ahead and do make it to the attempt. We didn't make it to the attempts. Congratulations i did twice. I did i. Can i tell you the magic the accident. of course. I didn't wanna fail so i didn't try because it didn't fail a win to try and work out how to make sure i don't fail. I kind of. I was saved by chemistry. Basically so one of my more ardent attempts was rat poison mixed in ice cream. So i want to celebrate anyway. That live actually. The upside of failing. That suicide was feeling horrible the next day so all of my suicide attempts were couch with if i'm not dead. I have to go to work hilarious as that. Sounds because i was in the air force so i could not show up to work so i dragged my poisoned asks to work and suffered through that day and pooped out some green stuff you know and you know what though then i felt better. I was like what the hell do. I have to do just like you right. I failed again emits piling on right it. Just not funny at that. My my comedian saved me at that point. It was just like you can't even do that right you idiot. That's what you do in depression. It's maybe like maybe. This isn't your vocation. Maybe things i try to life type of life is learned like really what got me through. The depression was fuck it. So like you know not dying from rat poison is the best fuck it ever like fuck it. You know what's going to hurt me now. I i can do now. Took.

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"mid west" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Rigor name a invite kellyanne. Because he didn't even remember my name. Call my god shake hands. I can't believe i did that. But i mean i was justified. He couldn't remember my name date. You're actually very sweet. Are you from the mid west. I'm from kentucky okay. That's why we would've slammed the door. Space extra question. High auditioned for will world six times. I sent in sixteen apes. They never called me. It was terrible. I also tried to sign up for amazing race with zero reality. Show that you signed up for like boot times and didn't get the callback. This was the only time. I actually went into auditioned for a scripted. Show in the casting director was like you wanna make a couple hundred bucks. And i was like oh beats you know waiting tables so i did it so i didn't do that but i thought about it but i never actually like i feel like you know i was always scared of it before. Selling sunset has like kind of pushed me into the deepen. But i always afraid of it before this. Well we happy. You're swimming now. Because i love selling son up next. Prince harry delivers a powerful message. That has some celebs in tears. Plus why he's under fire today and our new interview with emma stone. Why she's embracing her darker side. You don't wanna go welcome back. Today's hollywood minute is all about prince. Hairy political commentators are slamming him after he described america's first amendment as quote bonkers during his appearance on armchair expert. Harry admitted he doesn't fully understand it because he's only been here. A short time. Thinks you can find a loophole in anything meghan mccain was among those not happy she tweeted. We fought a war in seventeen. Seventy six so we don't have to care about what you say or think it's a powerful i look at harry and oprah's upcoming mental health docu series the me you can't see all over the world. People are in some kind of mental psychological emotional pain.

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"mid west" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"If you're spending ten years in a law firm or and a hedge fund not ten years on the wto to or how did you pick up on that. I think it's a process of networking You know having conversations who you're leaning on for advice you know. I picked up on mentors. Vr very early. When i got on the board to kind of help me with the nuances of being on that kind of bored. I mean being on the wto players association board. You're sitting around the table with all players. You know couple executives very different conversation than when you're in a room Like a usda board. And so you know the The late mayor david dinkins Was on the board when i joined. And he kinda put his arm around me. And i had alan schwartz. Who i've known since i was seven was on that particular board and then i just kinda learn you know you sit back you do your research you make sure you reach aboard book you listen in but if something impacts you if you have something to say. There's no reason why you shouldn't be raising your hand and speaking up A new understand the nuances along the way. But that's just by. I don't wanna say trial in era but it's just really by observing and Being patient but also being able to utilize her voice. When you definitely something to add to it. I think the value that i had in the boardroom is when you look at the us or about grassroots without growing game from the base. Well guess what. I was at grassroots player in an nj t. l. program play junior tournaments high school college professional. I was a coach commentator. There's no one in the game that i really don't know or have a conversation with or can have a conversation with is so the networking Is was invaluable for me. In putting myself in that role and then as i started to progress Became even more valuable. When i mean this is the best possible way. When did your ambition chicken like when did you realize you wanted to be more than a tennis player whether you realize it networking matter that you mentioned allen schwartz. Ooh i'm sure you knew as a kid in the mid west. When did this.

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"mid west" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Listen thanks and welcome. Back announce time to get into the plot four jumper. We open video from hating christianson. Bringing them all the places he's been that day right off the bat. What kind of accent does he have trying to do. Mid west. i don't know he's from. He's from vancouver and i feel like feel like he's trying to do some sort of northeastern accent. But i don't know which is in michigan right. Yeah right. i don't know i couldn't play. I wasn't sure if this is just how heynen christians and talks and it's like his favorite tv star vinnie chase. I don queens thing. Yeah he he would have been better off doing a transatlantic accent from the fifties movies and it wouldn't it would've made more sense. I wish he went for the full. You know wisconsin and stuff like that. I am a jumper yeah. I'm a jumper from the uber. Go to go to the packers game. A that would have been so good this before we start forgetting but something that really pissed me off about his early voiceover. He was like. Yeah i got digits from a girl in rio. And i was like not as a waste of a trip to brazil. You can't skip out on like the brazilian women for a girl. You could have went to poland in that. They're taking too spicy for him. I'm assuming like i. I used to work with the band and i toured with them a bit and i wouldn't go to brazil with them because i was like. I'm going to hate myself the entire time there. I don't want to be around. It like go enjoy yourselves. Tell me about when you get home and get like get tested and then tell me everything that happened. Plenty of pictures. Yeah so you mentioned. He's been to paris for the coffee. Mail do new surfing council jaro as well as brazil and he standing on top of the sphinx as we hear all this. 'cause i own that before lunch all that before lunch and i think they might have just gotten a couple. They were allowed to shoot at the sphinx for an extended period of time. Because we go there lot and we flashback to when he was a kid his name is david and he's your regular awkward teen and he has a crush on mili played by anna fear. Rob he gives her snow globe of paris because she wants to travel than her bully of a boyfriend. Mark takes a snow globe and throws it on frozen lake so david had custody retrieve it on the ice and falls through. He panics onto the water struggling to find his way out while mili tries to get help eventually accidentally.

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"mid west" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"A ton of fun. I mean we didn't talk about everything. That's fun but getting to know you and hearing your story which i i know almost all of it And it's very inspiring. i'm. I'm i'm tremendously grateful for the work. You're doing and i congratulate you on your success and the success of the students and everybody who's who not just the students you have now everybody that you've impacted along the way you're an amazing amazing leader and An an amazing man. And i'm just happy to have spent some time with you today. I really appreciate the opportunity and the platform and maybe one day. We'll we'll either on the podcast or otherwise you sit and talk about fun stuff. Yeah sure we'll But also we love you to come in and see what we're doing. We're back to in person. Yes i wanna do that. You have an open invitation for that and And also. We are fortunate that through our relationship with the boys and girls club. We're going to have kind of not notes music and recording studio school in the mid west. Have that type of studio in that programming. And i hope to have a podcast led by some of our students and so might be to come in. Just the the tricks high-quality podcast. Well we're we're just be put to shame by how good they are so that can happen to happy to do anything. I can't anthony. This has been great. Thank you so much. I appreciate you too. Thanks for listening to this episode of the. How did happen podcast where we believe that success doesn't happen unless you make it happen. You can subscribe to the podcast on apple podcasts. Google podcasts stitcher. Ever you like to listen and while you're there please rate it and leave a comment as well. I love to hear your thoughts about the show ideas for future guests for whatever you'd like to share and of course you can always find me at mike. Tested dot com. See next time. Thanks again for listening to the how that happened podcast..

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"mid west" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"You're older you can you can become the marshview you could become. You can have of chicago. The gonzaga of the mid west fertile recruiting grounds. You're right there in chicago. Got the mid west. Yeah you're going to get michigan state. But tommaso wasn't going to be coaching forever. There's already rumblings the whole of nba team. That are trying to do everything they can to get. You want howard back into the lead time as a head coach and not just to. This is assistant coach. Chris holtman is a really good coach at ohio state. But still you take a look around at the mentioned thabiso similar code forever. He didn't his mid sixties. How long was he gonna keep it up there. Anybody else out there in that region in that area of the country that if you really think about it if does that can out work. Teams like washington and team from the pac twelve to get players. You also do it in the mid west. Where your competition dylan. Oh michigan michigan state ohio state. When are you going to deal with your as dan. Monson who left gonzaga for greener pastures worth it. I think he went to long beach. State i think even either minnesota didn't long beach state or something like that. Asca dan monson. How was it to leave gonzaga right when he got them rolling because he thought that he could go to a school in a bigger conference to a win a championship s shock a smart who have bc. Smart had the lot more success at the coach when the coach. Vcu the in four for texas..

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"mid west" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Things right. I can't look at my phone. I can't respond. I don't see notifications pop up. I can't see things like that. So that's really something to keep in mind. Some people say people can't multitask doesn't work that way. Doesn't you know it's not doable. And not multitask. And i'm just like. I'm really on autopilot walking. I'm only going one mile an hour and currently we are at forty six calories burned so not horrible one mile an hour not super fast Not as much out of breath. As i was at one point two definite as much as i was at one point eight but if you just listening you could probably go to two point five. You know there's no incline. When i go to the gym i do like the inclined quite a bit That's not an option here. There's no inclined. There's nothing like that four miles. An hour is the limit. And i'm just putting it right here you can put onto your desk and use it that way as well Content creation does work that way right. Now if you're listening on the podcast version of this picture this i got to and wuling. Actually we will link to the video in the show notes so you can take a look if you like but basically we got the front shop me walking. I can't fit everything exactly in here. So then i use my daughter's phone with switzer app behind me and i'm showing me walk so on the back end. Literally ha ha. You can only see the you can see my feet basically on my legs and you can see the treadmill. You can see how it looks you can see how it works etc etc. Looks pretty slow. When i'm looking over there on the streets the studio there but that's how it works and i really it's something to consider. Certainly it's an investment but especially if you'll working at home for any amount of time especially if you're in the mid west you know..

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"mid west" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"Don't know i'm like when you when you meet. Erin you said developing his program The show you more about the kids Did you have any of how good the documentary might go. No at that point. I just wanted to. Because i was like also hyper conscious of the fact that like i it just to be careful and honest with their stories To show because i was really curious like what is what is it about drag that these kids love and what like how is it changing their lives and like what's it giving them And then also bringing them together. What would happen there. Because we didn't know for a lot of this. What was just trying to follow their stories but let them tell their own stories. Because like i. I don't know just didn't want. I wanted it to be as much them. And as me staying back as much as possible just to let it unfold and then same in the editing process like oh my god. We had so much footage I tend to like documentary filmmaker. I tend to overshoot. 'cause i don't wanna be judging on the day of like i'm never going to do this. You know like maybe some people do. I don't and i don't want us start limiting stuff and then wish so Wo countries in you go to make them feel jealous right well. This was the first film where i really got to like. Do some traveling We went first to to do the demo. We went to montreal and vancouver which is awesome but then once we got funded for the bike full thing we went to missouri was the first stop. And i'd never been to the american mid west or drive kid in missouri one. Okay that makes sense. I shouldn't say that. But yeah yeah. No and i was a kid under parents. The parents were amazing. And that's like this kid he..

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"mid west" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

Scene N Nerd

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

"I mean there was in this episode. i think Or maybe it was a second episode. Where it clark up of lanta to again over the papers With with his mom storm so In a so. I think there is. There is some things there that they could definitely mind. Not only from the How you keep food on the table Whenever you both are lowest is trying to establish yourself in this town. Clark is just working for free. Assistant the puck coach With jordan johnson. I like i was sort of questioning it in this episode. like why. why are they doing this list. Lana lana angle But the the longer the episode went on and When she and sarah were talking towards the end In a way. I appreciate how they are exploring. Aspects of clark left smallville when out of life but there are people who stay in that that idea of being a small town because i come from a small town and so there there is a weird bit mixed mixed bag of emotions with with still being being someone who lives in that small town in having never quote unquote gone out of it but also also the resentment to see others who do leave but who end up coming back in so i An end just the depression aspect that she's dealing with the having having really liked finding herself in a situation he has a family should be happy but she isn't so so i think they're they're doing some interesting things with her. Although she sh- she always it always looks like she's trying to put out an accent but she's not. I don't know really old. Yeah yeah it. It does seem that way. I don't know if he's trying to be a mid west american accent or or what but I noticed that as well. But i. But i like i like to point that you made about the small town because that was also and liked how they.

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"mid west" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Can realize they're in front of us the only santa russia thing to do needs to stop it immediately. But we don't seem to do that. Which is concerning. I think the la- very concerning lee garcia's on and she said From all that she knows about Bird flu that were really just about one strain away from it affecting humans and when we have all of these alternatives. If there's one category that i think they've nailed it's chicken nuggets. I had him last night it. I'm sorry it's it's it's really. They're the same but tear years ago. They had because Ian mitroff nephew comes to the mid west only will eat he. Was you know ten. At the time you'd only eat chicken nuggets and one of the things my nephew. We fed him vegan chicken nuggets and he did not know the difference. Did not know the difference and kids will tell you true. They'll be on his. Yeah and speaking of food you. You have your own restaurant and bar. That is all vegan obviously in london. So tell us how your chicken nuggets are over there. Good chicken nugget. Sarah's well yes. We go which is a nonprofit vegan restaurant..

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"mid west" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A 10 Gallon. They're not water them. Do not water them. There's plenty of moisture in the soil. Don't water, the soil. In the winter watering cactus like that is not recommended. Leave him be Covering them with something is probably a good idea. Mr the nurseries. That will bring in plants for our area. Aim for the cactus. God, they that family of plants. To be able to handle least 15 degrees. Because that's not an unusual temperature. We get it, but not necessarily for a long period of time. We're gonna have a lot of cactus and things like that. Not make it if these plants are important to you, and you cannot bring him in Would cover them. Because they're probably going to be really susceptible to the single digit temperatures. And you may be able to protect him enough. They may get a little still leave damage or pad damage to him. But I think you're going to need to protect him. I have a Queen Victoria. Fortunately, it's in a pot. It's beautiful. It's growing well, but I'm bringing it in, and it'll be too cold for that. Even One other question. I wish I'd heard you program before I start out there this morning. I have some roses from the antique rose and for him. Um, I don't even know that I can replace from And they were frozen. They were iced over know that the ice would actually insulate it. No one in my cut him back. Much more severe than I normally would have. I've got him all covered down and closer to the house. I've lost him having us Nope. Most of the roses that we have here could grow north of Dallas. Even in the Oklahoma City, some of aver find throughout the Middle West Middle Mid West Sorry. This weather is probably not going to bother the roses that all branches and they'll put on new growth. But it's a rose, um they will grow in some severely cold weather. They make a really dorm and on you. Would hold out. Faith is spring comes along. You should see new grow. Show up on him. All of my roses. I'm not covering on my I'm not touching them. Have some knock out to have some antique Rose Rose is Will do just fine. Roses air Pretty industrial. I'm from the Midwest, where they would be under three or 4 ft of snow most of the year and still come back. No, Like I.

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"mid west" Discussed on The Old Man League

The Old Man League

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on The Old Man League

"Isn't this coca cola. I think this squirt out in the east coast. Oh it's it's from the dr pepper bottling company. So yeah see dr pepper. It might be l. sorts of integral. Don't it might be. You might be in the mid west thing honestly. When i arrived we had it. I i just google in bio awhile don't do that. Oh you know what maybe actually you just brought something up. Maybe this should segment. We should get our listening audience to give us a google search term that we all three have to look up at the exact same time and give live reactions cheese. I'm reading the history of this drink in one thousand nine forty. Oh my god. In one thousand nine hundred forty one a mascot named little little l l little squirt was created for marketing the product so they had a little dude squirting. I've had this since i was a kid. So this isn't that weird to me. Like i grew up drinking. That kind of yeah. I mean western. Southwest that's why never heard of it and here's the thing it's i mean it's a. It's a nice caffeine free pop on its own but it's also You know like Mixes with amerada own whiskey. Sa- i it makes any drinks picture on. Wikipedia is a one thousand nine hundred seventy s picture of. Can i swear. I believe in haven't seen since then i mean it's been around since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight You got me never heard of in my life and susie susie tells me he's drinking this when you signed off for a minute ravin we're talking. Yeah and he goes. Yeah just i'm like. What are you drinking. Jonah look like kind of like a mountain. They were something. Go squirt and i was like a what knowing what he thought he's commands or something. Yeah i i had this. I have a couple of extra balls leftover from last night. Because i was drinking amoral.

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"mid west" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"mid west" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Colorado was typically viewed as a swing state but is gone pretty blue lately new mexico and so you need a state like nevada. That's a good bellwether for that whole region it's becoming more and more important to democrats whereas the mid west is seems like it's almost a whole crap shoot and we saw bunch between sixteen and twenty flipped from red to blue or blue to red in in various ways and stuff so i think i think the argument that they're going to have to make to the national party which i did reach out to. I didn't hear anything from. They're not gonna say anything. This is their hearing everybody out. And it's a brand new national party. They just elected new leadership for the new cycle. So there's my people might. I don't even know where their offices yet. So i doubt that. But i think the arguments going to be a tough one. Because you know that iowa new hampshire. We're gonna fight. Like hell and new hampshire has a law on the books. That would make this impossible there. They basically have state live. We've talked about it before. Says they have to be the first primary so you could get into a race of moving dates. And friar sin was aware of that and he's basically saying no if we're going to sort of codify a change in date it has to be done with national party blessing so that we don't get into this this thing where we're constantly trying to amend our laws and so's iowa so's new hampshire and everything like that so there's gonna be a meeting eventually and hashing of this out and i think right now. We're just at the basically campaigning process. New and and really new hampshire. You know they didn't have the problems at iowa. The iowa had just disastrous problems. I think you know tradition notwithstanding I think iowa's is in trouble. I think are gonna lose their place in the calendar and so but You know for all those reasons. Nevada's gray in another sense and this also applies. I think iowa new hampshire and that is you can compete here. it's it's The media market is such that you can compete here you can. You can fly here. You can fly in a reno you can do some events in reno you can fly down vegas. Deuce events barnstorm the state essentially in a day. You can afford ads on.

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