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"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The hour. Peter Greenburg here with you from the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport. You can always find me at Peter. Peter Greenburg dot com with your name phone number question, or problem, we will sell the right here on the early on that a little bit later in the show as well. We've been talking with James lilacs from the Star Tribune, the author of the gallery, regrettable food and his love affair with the bathrooms here at the airport. I wouldn't put it quite that way. But it's better than a love affair in the bathroom at the Minneapolis Saint Paul. Hey, whatever works it. You know, the, the thing is if you go to some places some airports, they always seem to be perpetually under construction. And this is this is one of those, it look, airports, and hotels are by definition always under construction, you can't go to hotel, that's not in some form of innovation where they've closed off either a winger a floor. In fact, my advice to people just say right now is before you ever get your hotel key. No matter what where you reserve the hotel room when you're at that front desk before they hand, you the key say, could you just do me a favor? Tell me how close is my room to the construction. Right. And because and they'll help you because otherwise you got the jackhammer sweet. And of course, the ambient as best as wept into the place as well. Here. I mean, they recently done some work done on the concourse to rearrange the food area. And it sometimes I come here, and I think if I not bend my airport in two years. Or is it they reconfigured everything in the course of a fortnight, but Zoe's better? There's always something more interesting and more better, a lot of airports, you go there and year after year after year. They bear the same miserable. You know, seventies accoutrements and just the general state, and you think are they never ever going to change the spice than, of course, when you do go there, and it's all under construction, and you're angry at them for inconveniencing you and making use it through this. So whenever I mean we're never satisfied window in. Well, let's, let's stay on that day. Never being satisfied. Is there one thing at this airport, you still hate? Oh, gosh, you're making me Minnesota's and a lot of things like about it. But Minnesotans don't say that we hate it, and we just simply say, well, that's different. And if there's anything that's anything, that's different. It might be the scrum of having to pick somebody up or get picked up down there. I mean that's never good at any airport. Right. If you're being picked up by a car that car has to fight. It's. The heard of the others. I have a suggestion for it this, how I do it would be okay. I haven't checked bag of nine years. Okay. Right. The only two kinds of airline bags carry on and lost you with me. Okay. Now let's move on. I completely disobey all airport signing. So if I'm going to go to the airport in the morning for a flight. And I don't go to departures I go to arrivals. There's no traffic there. Nobody's arriving at seven in the morning. There's no line. I haven't checked bag. I don't have to check in, I put up my boarding pass tonight before I just take the escalator up go through security. I save a lot of time when I arrive there's no way, I'm going to the refugee center known as arrivals that screaming babies dogs police, and crazy people writing I go to departures in my friends. Pick me up there. Here's what he there it is possible. You can do that. If for example, you want to fight with the guards, who were there. All of whom used to work for the study in the east Germany, when they dissolved the Soviet empire lot of them took up work here. They will keep you from going up those stairs, sir. You can't. But there's a way to do it. I mean you go through a tunnel around there up an escalator taken elevator get on a parasail. You go down to the main level. There's an I mean there's you can do what you've done. However, most people don't wanna fight that. Most people just say, pick me up at gates at whatever. And that's what and so you have all of these cars demonstrating, Joey say, not a devotion to the common humanity. But an individuality purpose that gets all backed up. So I'd fix that. But it's something germane to this place. I might fix the distances because sometimes it takes a while to get to another gate. But this place is not like, oh, Denver where you have to take Amtrak to get from one side of the place to the other. I mean so what? Design. Let me let me put it this way, people who desire ports, should never be paid for their work until they've actually had to go through one they weren't built for people. They were built for airplanes. There's a different way to do it. You take a look at the delta terminal in New York at Kennedy. Right. That's called the new terminal. It's the Bataan death March to go from gate Forty-five to baggage claim you might as well bring a copy of Warren peace and read it. I mean, you're not going anywhere. I know the feeling you have to leave a trail of bread crumbs in case somebody can find you and have a pouch of panicking on your side. In case you. Food along the journey aren't as great as New York. Absolutely not. But when you mentioned, New York, you mentioned, LA Guardia, it's, it's a shame that we don't have airports, as beautiful as the terminal at Denali Guardia, but please, please. Yeah. I know where was that? What was I talking about JFK? I mean, that great soaring TWA, which is now turning into a hotel did, what isn't theirs? It's almost impossible to do that. These days because the sight lines airports are they're surrounded by massive parking ramps. And you don't have that jewel sitting in the middle of the prairie like you used to do, but I wish that there's a little bit more exterior beauty to give you a sense of well, even Dulles, for example, concrete is it is has a certain visual lift to it that you don't visual lift to it. But I hate the airport. Oh, it's, it's, it's I hate that airport and those people movers. Please even George Jetson would kill them. Those strange mobile lounges. You mean those mobile? And you think I had I had one of those in Paris, where they put us on a bus and they drove us to the other side of France. And then we had to get off and the only good thing about that was that you walked upstairs into my daughter. Who's fourteen or fifteen at the time had the experience of being in Paris in walking up the stairs to get on the plane feeling like a celebrity was waiting to the paparazzi advance and I liked that. So if they can cooperate a little bit more that old style glamour. I go back to the days of north central airlines jet way you went up the stairs. Right. That was it. Yeah. And we romanticize those days because we think that everybody was sitting there in a suit and tie and behaving themselves and they probably were dressed that. Well, maybe the food was a little. I don't see new recipes, but you have to remember that everything absolutely stunk of Winstons that everything you got all my you weren't a smoker. When you got on the plane, you're smoker with got off. Thank God that has changed. From the Star Tribune and the author of my favorite book, the gallery of regrettable food. Thanks.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"His Bradley has already mentioned that name is d bags. Presenting Lord and lady do spy of the day. Well, at first it was going to be Bradley Cooper, say me. I mean, I can change. My course if. I was going to be Bradley Cooper. But it's also is like all of the tabloids in all of the publications that are writing about this particular story because I think that they've all gotten very lazy. Inasmuch as they grab a soundbite, and they don't necessarily resolve or really tell you exactly what you're about to read because they grab the most salacious part. And then they turn it into something completely different. Once you open it up. Okay. So Bradley Cooper has been a guest on Oprah's super soul, Saturday, super soul Saturday, actually, and he was talking about or Sunday. Whatever the hell day it is Super Bowl Super Bowl Sunday. And you're like whatever hell it's called super. Spertzel sunday. No, it's it's called super soul conversations. It's a TV special that Oprah does. And he was talking about the Oscar nominations for a star is born the Oscar nominations of which there were many bright first star is born. And this is Bradley Cooper is direct Oriole debut, and he revealed to Oprah that at first he was embarrassed that he did not get nominated for best director that is what they plucked out for the headline. And that is basically the headline. You will see everywhere. Bradley Cooper reveals that he was embarrassed is that's supposed to be like. Oh, wow. I can totally really what is that supposed to do. I think I'm not sure I think it's supposed to, you know, the there was that whole the word snob that people associate with the Oscars an Oscar snub nose just means your nominees were nominated. But we have this idea that there are people who were like deliberately left out of the Oscar nominations and Bradley Cooper, just didn't get nominated NBD the cast got nominated for so many other things the movie is a decent movie. It was his first whack at directing. It's okay. But the story quickly turns into a different conversation. Of course, he says it I I was embarrassed the people who call them as his representatives who called him to tell him about the nominations go. He said they said congratulations on these other things, but they didn't tell me the bad news. The bad news being that he wasn't nominated for best director, which I wouldn't even say bad news. It's just was what it was. He says I felt embarrassed that I didn't do my part and went oh gosh. I didn't do my job. But then he goes, by the way beat Oscar nominations, and he didn't feel like he'd done his job. He said, but the truth is, even if I got the nomination that should not give me any sense of whether I did my job or not the trick is to make something that you believe in and you work hard. And then you have the project and you say, okay. I don't know what that means. Is he doing right now the point is this, dude? It's it's an award show. You did a fine. You did a good movie. It was critically acclaimed players. It's okay. Here's the thing. Just be honest. If you were ticked that you didn't get no war nomination. And you felt like you should have say it. You know, there's this thing like celebrities are trying to be like after like, they didn't want it. And at the same time, they wanted to do you know what I'm saying? I'm like, I don't quite get it here. Because some actors would say I really don't I mean, everybody's gonna say I don't care about getting an award. Just the experience of acting isn't a meaningful thing. I think all too often probably, you know, actors just like us fall prey to emotions and immature feelings on occasion. And their ego gets the better of them. I think that's a totally human relatable experience. And if you just said look. I found out. I didn't get that nomination. So I went to the grocery store and bought a bag of Doritos and that cheese dip that's in a jar that sits out in the middle of the aisle, even though cheese should probably not be at room temperature most days, and ate the whole thing. And then I ate an entire bag of marshmallows because I wasn't going to get a sweet treat, and all I had in my house was a bag of marshmallows from that one time, my friend Francine came over and we were gonna make hot chocolate, and we never did. Because she started telling me about our boyfriends slept with southern man. Then we didn't even have time for hot cocoa. What's going on right now? So what I'm saying is that just be honest, or if you really are like, Idaho, you know, because some people I'm sure like, I kinda think those awards are dumb, and it's not a reflection of my personality and being honest with you. I just like just whatever you reality is whatever your truth is just own it. But like trying to have it. Both Oprah ways is just like well, and I think that that's part of the problem is that Oprah when you're on a show called super soul conversations have a moral tale. Yes, you feel like you have to Ravel your feelings with Oprah. And you know, like. Healings? I would love to have a meeting with Oprah. Because I think she would not know what to do with me. No. She would not that is a hundred percent privileges. Shamed. Me just by looking at me. Yeah. Like, she would just sit across on. She would be on a very large. Plus, plus plush white. Setty said he well, I don't even know if it was a or to some kind of big oversized recliner and just like stare at me with a look of judgement. Really really you've had all this time. I get that looking in the mirror every day. They don't need that from you had all this opportunity, and you make fart jokes. The three hours every day. You can be feels good. Why don't you try one Oprah? Do you think Oprah's ever made? Yes. I. Really? I just feel like she thinks blames it on gale. Oh, I. That's fine. Gael is like, you know, the kind of gal who makes videos in the bathroom at the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport. You know, 'cause Gaels been the butt of the fart jokes. Most people blame it on their talking points on kale. We've really created a narrative today. In any case. I just wish that Bradley Cooper could just, you know, I don't know or at least just acknowledged like eight eight Oscar nominations for that movie is nothing to sneeze at. Yeah. Sneeze out or you know. I don't care you can yon at it. I don't know what bodily function. Why don't you start at it? It's nothing too far that I mean, do you're just be proud up into fired. His all insane. Thank you, Holly. I I use a fart as a term of you know, approval. So honestly. Yeah. I got an Oscar nomination, you better believe the fart is the least of my worries. So we talk about. Now. Can we talk about Wendy Williams? Okay. She's my D bag today. Okay. Really just because I shoot I want to shoehorn the story in her staff is reportedly fuming. Yeah. Filming over Nick cannon's temporary replacements. Do you know why I do actually because I read this? Juicy because they're all like, oh, she won't even tell us. What's really going on? But she calls Nick cannon who she doesn't even like. Yeah. And they're like she's gonna give him a job. But she did that we got a job, and she didn't tell us why. She's gone, okay? Source quote, many of us have been here since the early days, and it's a complete joke to be kept in the dark like this said one staff member how can she be so selfish? We all rely on this paycheck. And then when they talked about her conversation with Nick cannon that he so florally attributed to the TV yesterday. I didn't make sense. I mean, please she has made a fortune from tearing people down. However when it comes to her own life. It's all secret. Imagine if this was another celebrity living living their life lake. She does she'd be sipping tea and talking all about it on hot topics every damn day. She is such a hypocrite. See, and I actually think that that's part of why she's trying to keep it such a secret because I think she thinks that the rest of the world is like her and would see it all is fair game to tear apart which they do. But she doesn't realize is it's going to happen either way. But here's where this insider is basically confirming everything we believe, what are we believe about Wendy Williams, nothing real in? Everyone's no, but about winning. Probably in some sort of rehab situation, and that has nothing to do with her graves disease. Another insider revealed that the reason for her absence might still be private, quote, she's managed to keep the real reason for her absence secret. However, you can't leak something that no one knows. What that means? But show allegedly pick up the phone for Nick cannon Bush won't tell us what's going on. See see, I I honestly believe this is just all buncha cockamamie folderol. What do you think it really is? She's got a she's. Yeah. Tell them the truth. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, we must dive deep into the details of a new program coming to net flicks. It is the new goop program. Googlers scoopers yet. Grouper scoopers Netflix. No us, we'll do some counter programming called the or scoopers after this on my mytalk one zero seven one second chance friendship. The friend who lives across the hall from me come over all the time.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And weather which is brought to you by intercontinental Minneapolis, Saint Paul airport hotel JP is getting any better is still tough sledding out there. There's some spots and look a little better. But overall still pretty messy out there. Three to four times your drive time. He's Mick way round the metro, and we still got the problems west ninety four Chicago avenue the road rage incident. Look China could be down to a single lane. Stop bulls traffic beginning almost as far back as Hamlin tacking on another fifty to sixty minutes on the drive time. Charleen east ninety four that's easily hour drive fifty five over at highway fifty two if a challenge 169 northbound that's running an hour. Drive time crosstown of I ninety four four ninety four northbound sewing around the curve actually now that I look at it. You're pretty much slow for twenty four th avenue. All you have to Carlson Parkway also gonna find traveling eastbound six ninety four pretty much from hemlock lane out to thirty five, traffic and weather. Together, exclusively here and WC show. Next update is at five. The snow already beginning to wind down heaviest bands, shifting south and east towards Hastings and red wing where there could easily be six seven even some eight inch amounts total from this system, but here on the metro and other coating half an inch most of the accumulating snow is over now. And it tapers to flurries. Giving men dot a chance to get the roads in better shape for tomorrow morning's rush, low by morning, twelve clouds and flurries tomorrow, we get a little break during the daylight hours tomorrow high of twenty three and then the next wave of snow coming in Wednesday night and Thursday, another three to six by Thursday night..
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Memorial Hospital using this device called a bear hugger. So what's happening? So what you're seeing? Here is warm air is basically circulating over the the patient and that way maintaining this warmth getting their core body temperature backup to physiologic parameters. It's so cold that the postal service stopped mail delivery in parts of ten states. But some workers have no choice, but to be outside. Like these firefighters in Hammond. Indiana, thousands of flights Hensel are David curly on the tarmac at Minneapolis Saint Paul airport this morning. The real enemy here is not the cold as far as flying. It's the coldest far as ice. If it gets onto the wings. It can ruin the aero-dynamics. Of an aircraft back in Chicago. They're using fire to keep the trains running. Amtrak canceling all service in and out of the city today and tomorrow, even shipping lanes are frozen. Are Tom yomas is on US coastguard cutter. Moral bay on lake Saint Clair in Michigan. The ice is about six to ten inches thick and some parts and the coast guard tells us it is so cold that when they actually cut ice in these conditions. They make more ice you can see some of that right there. The D V line. It's cutting the ice just reconnects. They're telling us this is too dangerous for any ship. Besides this one in Wisconsin, the coastguard helping rescue seven people stuck on the ice. And now the bone chilling cold is moving east just incredible pictures from you Alexander entire team fan out across the storm zone. And I know you're live right there in the Chicago river tonight completely frozen over and you were telling us it's going to be even colder there tomorrow. David that trade with Twenty-three below zero here today it felt like fifty two below zero. That's the coldest it's felt here in a quarter century and tomorrow, possibly more record breaking bidder. Subzero cold, David you've been sport for us, Alex. Thank you. You know, those intense snow squalls, you just saw an Alex's piece in Pennsylvania. They blew right through New York City this afternoon..
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on WRVA
"Into richmond. From the Hadeed Mercer rug cleaning studios, Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Radio dot com station. Good afternoon. I'm Deanna Malone wind advisory and frigid temperatures for the metro after a check of traffic and weather from the Richmond raceway traffic center. Interstates are looking good through Richmond. We've got an accident reported broad street at pouncey tract an accident. Clearing whole street near genitalia and some delays on grove avenue at three Chuck. Samantha stone on NewsRadio eleven forty W. R V A now on ninety six point one FM. Wins calm down for your Wednesday evening as low temperatures drop like a rock tonight near ten degrees. When you wake up on Thursday, and the feels like temperature what he factor in a light REEs will make it feel like it's near zero. When you step out the door on Thursday, plenty of sunshine tomorrow, but temperatures only in the upper twenties for highs on Thursday. From ABC twelve. I'm Nick Russo on NewsRadio eleven forty W R V A and now a ninety six point one FM from the piersonhonda dot com weather center. It's partly cloudy and thirty nine in tan, NewsRadio w are the time for one. The area is under a wind advisory until six this evening with sustained winds of up to thirty miles an hour and gusts of more than forty miles an hour NBC twelve dot Megan wise since a wind chill advisory is in place north and bridgeman from this evening through tomorrow morning. It is going to be a cold start to the day tomorrow. We're talking ten degrees on the thermometer, but the wind chill values will be in the single digits to near zero in some spots, and we actually have a wind chill advisory for northern counties. So we'll go into effect overnight into early tomorrow morning and Megan says highs tomorrow afternoon on climb any higher than the mid to upper twenties. The Arctic temperatures hitting the middle of the country causing havoc from travel. Whether that's by car train, a plane ABC's David curly is at the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport where they'd had more than one hundred cancellations today, the real problem, and the reason is slow down. And the reason that the so many flights couple thousand already. Have been canceled today is because if you get ice on the wings, it takes away the aero dynamic efficiency of an aircraft. So that's why they have to get the ice off the wings and eighty two year old central Illinois man has died in the cold weather after he was found several hours after he fell trying to get into his home. Peoria county coroner Jamie Harwood says in a neighbor found the Marquette heights man, Tuesday afternoon. The death brings to seven the number fatalities attributed to the cold weather in the midwest..
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The other day. He runs our board and stuff here in the morning as talking about the the other day. And actually, I forgot his name. I felt terrible. Now, you know, the guy that does support, you know, I've only known for years, but I couldn't remember 'cause it's been so long, but it's good to have you back in your right here in the thick of it. You said that you came in when yesterday or day before and they allowed you whatever airline you run the allowed you to change your flight. Yes, we were on American Airlines. We were scheduled to have a six hour layover in Chicago yesterday. And we got a deal on the fair. And we're like that's fine. We'll sit there for six hours. And as soon as we got there. We'll have the counter and said, hey, understand his weather in the twin cities. Is there any way you can bump us up to an earlier flight? They quick they checked quick and say, Yep. There's an alert there. We can switch you for free. No problem bumped us up to an earlier flight and get home. The airlines would rather you do that in fact because they don't want you stuck in Chicago. You know, what I mean, they'd rather get your home? If you can if you can do it, especially on a day like yesterday were they're shuffling the deck on every flight everywhere. I mean, everything's up. So they say. Look just talk to us. We'll get everybody home. It's going to be easy for everybody. We bring this up because there are some airlines including delta, and as you said American that are allowing folks to change without penalty. And so if you've got travel plans today, and it doesn't matter where you're headed. I mean, obviously, we told you that we looked on the board at Minneapolis Saint Paul airport this morning their number of flights to Chicago. Ironically enough that are in fact canceled this morning of, but there are others that are going to be delayed. But no matter where you're going this whole grid effect that we have in the air. You know, when a couple of the big airports are affected, it affects everything. So that's what you're going to be dealing with just plan ahead. Be extra alert for that. As I'm sure you are if you travel on a regular basis, but even if you don't it's something to keep in mind and change them. If I mean, if you can definitely change those those deals we've got the winter storm warning continuing again, probably the metro there said about six inches or so maybe a little bit more total before this is all said and done hard to tell though because it's been blown. Round so much. I was out on the roads at about eight thirty last night. And man ninety four was just, you know, even if there were plows out there they wanted done any good because the wind was just whipping through. So that's what we're going to be dealing with your over really the next couple of days, even after the snow stops. We're going to be dealing with that a blowing snow. What do they call that? The turn the other day a ground blizzard. I ever heard that expression so ground blizzards are are possible or something close to it. It is five twenty six on this January twenty eighth twenty nineteen. This is.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"With C, Catherine ram pellet, the Washington Post. She reported that Wilbur Ross commerce secretary commerce agrees in the cabinet Wilbur Ross's. Own Commerce Department's own credit union is charging its own employees nine percent on a loan. Right. So absolutely go ahead. Get your loan nine percent, one eight eight eight three two one six thousand in one. And God tweeted out on Twitter today. I hope you saw that one God my favorite God. This couple of different gods on Twitter at least a couple, but my favorite God on Twitter. Why don't four people have more money? That's the Republican. God. I Julia Minnesota. Hi, julie. I am I'm cracking up over that and say, I have a very very important question before it gets to my topic. And that is I heard from a couple of forces at the federal courts are scheduled to shutdown from lack of money tomorrow. I don't know about tomorrow. It's going to be scattered different courts have different money's in different accounts. Rarely get fees. Right. Okay. So won't be one uniform all or nothing it's going to be kind of spotty aspect molars grand jury. I don't know if it is or not. But that's what you know. I thought it was all of them say I want to let you know what's going on in Minnesota. I just heard on the radio awhile ago. The officials at the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport have asked this food Bank. It's kind of a special kind of food Bank, and they serve meals five days a week in the inner city and also from other locations called moan and fishes, and they asked them to come out to the airports and served two meals a day to the workers federal workers. And that makes it really does. Because if you're working all day, and you're not even getting money to at least feed people, right? A charity, and it's loaves and fishes the real Christians, by the way, these are the real questions loaves and fishes feeding poor people in in the city, all that's real those are real Christians. And isn't it? Isn't it pathetic that poor people who ought to be homeless people want to be getting that food? They're not getting it because it's being diverted to government employees because the government is stiffen them. How pathetic. Scary. This is scary that other poor people won't won't get get the help. And you had a being diverted right snap benefits. They end March. First. Our governor is going to try to get along. The federal government already owes Minnesota one hundred million dollars. I try to get along. He has promised to not let those people go hungry in Minnesota. But the benefits and March hurt. The longer. This goes on the more people are going to come to the conclusion that they can't take it anymore, and that they're not going to take orders and take punishment. They're going to say I've got to take action. I'm hoping that the the air traffic controllers in TSA employees will shut down our air traffic system that will save a lot of people a lot of trouble. I'm very worried about federal employees taking matters into their own hands and doing violent things. I'm very worried about people committing suicide. I'm worried about the federal government losing employees people quitting. We have valuable. You know, we have employees is institutional knowledge people not to do their jobs, what Benedict Arnold is doing is tremendous damage to the people who worked for us,.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Dot com because Wilbur Ross one of the oligarchs Zimmer goal Wilbur Ross was very dismissive of oh, just get alone. And as Catherine ran Pell are AM, it's R A M P E L, L Catholic with C. Catherine ran pellet the Washington Post. She reported that Wilbur Ross commerce secretary of commerce agrees in the cabinet Wilbur Ross's. Own Commerce Department's own credit union is charging its own employees. Nine percent on alone. Right. So absolutely go ahead. Get your loan nine percent, one eight eight three two one six thousand and one and God tweeted out on Twitter today. I hope you saw that one. God my favorite God. There's a couple of different gods on Twitter at least a couple, but my favorite God on Twitter. Why don't bore people have more money? The Republican God I Julia Minnesota. Hi, julie. I'm cracking up over that. I have a very very important question before I get to my topic. And that is I heard from a couple of forces at the federal courts are scheduled to shutdown from lack of money tomorrow. I don't know about tomorrow, it's going to be scattered different courts have different money's in different accounts rating at fees. Right. Okay. So it won't be one uniform all or nothing it's gonna be kind of spotty aspect molars grand jury. I don't know if it is or not. But that's good. You know, I thought it was all of them say I want to let you know what's going on in Minnesota. I just heard on the radio while ago, the official that the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport have asked this food Bank. It's kind of a special kind of food Bank. They serve meals five days a week in the inner city and also some other locations called lawn and fishes, and they asked them to come out to the airports and served. Meals a day to the workers federal workers. That makes it really does. Because if you're working all day, and you're not even getting money to at least feed people. Pennants charity, and it's loaves and fishes the real Christians, by the way, these are the real questions loaves and fishes feeding poor people in the in the city, all that's real those are real Christians. And isn't it isn't it pathetic that poor people who ought to be homeless people want to be getting that food. They're not getting it because it's being diverted to government employees because the government is them. How pathetic. Scary. This is scary that other poor people won't won't get get the help. And you had a being diverted snap benefits they end March. First. Our governor is going to try to get along. The federal government already owes Minnesota one hundred million dollars. He's going to try to get along. Here's promised to not let those people go hungry in Minnesota. But the benefits and March hurts. The longer. This goes on the more people are going to come to the conclusion that they can't take it anymore, and that they're not going to take orders and take punishment. They're going to say I've got to take action. I'm hoping that the the air traffic controllers, and TSA employees will shut down our air traffic system that will save a lot of people a lot of trouble. I'm very worried about federal employees taking matters into their own hands and doing violent things. I'm very worried about people committing suicide. I'm worried about the federal government losing employees people quitting. We have valuable. You know, we have pleases institutional knowledge, people not to do their jobs, what Benedict Donald is doing is tremendous damage to the people who worked for.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Free normangoldman dot com because Wilbur Ross one of the oligarchs American oligarch Wilbur Ross was very dismissive of oh, just get alone. And as Catherine ran Pell are a M R A M P E L L, Kathy with C, Catherine ram pellet, the Washington Post. She reported that Wilbur Ross commerce secretary, he's the commerce victories in the cabinet Wilbur Ross's. Own Commerce Department's own credit union is charging its own employees. Nine percent on alone. Right. So absolutely go ahead. Get your loan nine percent, one eight eight eight three two one six thousand and one and God tweeted out on Twitter today. I hope you saw that one. God my favorite gun. There's a couple of different gods on Twitter at least a couple, but my favorite God on Twitter. Why don't poor people have more money? That's the Republican. God. I Julia Minnesota. Hi, julie. I'm cracking up over that. I have a very very important question before it gets to my topic. And that is I heard from a couple of sources at the federal courts are scheduled to shut down lack of money just tomorrow. I don't know about tomorrow. It's going to be scattered different courts have different money's in different accounts. Ready? Get fees. Right. Okay. So it won't be one uniform all or nothing it's gonna be kind of spotty. Roller is grand jury. I don't know if it is or not. But that's what you know. I thought it was all of them say I want to let you know what's going on in Minnesota. I just heard on the radio awhile ago. The officials at the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport have asked this food Bank. It's kind of a special kind of food Bank. They serve meals five days a week in the inner city and also from other locations called Malton fishes, and they asked them to come out to the airports and serve two meals a day to the TSA workers federal workers. That makes it really does. Because if you're working all day, and you're not even getting money to at least feed people. Pennants charity loaves and fishes the real Christians, by the way, these are the real questions loaves and fishes feeding poor people in in the city, all that's real those are real Christians. And isn't it? Pathetic that poor people who ought to be homeless people want to be getting that food. They're not getting it because it's being diverted to government employees because the government is Stephan. How pathetic. Scary. This is scary that other poor people won't won't get get the help, and you resources are being diverted snap benefits they end March. First. Our governor is going to try to get a loan. The federal government already owes Minnesota one hundred million dollars tried to get along. He has promised to not let those people go hungry in Minnesota. But the benefits and March hurt. The longer. This goes on the more people are going to come to the conclusion that they can't take it anymore, and that they're not going to take orders and take punishment. They're going to say I've got to take action. I'm hoping that the the air traffic controllers in TSA employees will shut down our air traffic system that will save a lot of people a lot of trouble. I'm very worried about federal employees taking matters into their own hands and doing violent things. I'm very worried about people committing suicide. I'm worried about the federal government losing employees people quitting. We have valuable. You know, we have employees is institutional knowledge people not to do their jobs would Benedict. Donald is doing is tremendous damage to the people who worked for us and at some point. Got to stand up and say enough, they gotta say enough. Yeah. How long how long can this nation last? If the Minneapolis airport is shutdown MP L S if that's shut down because there's no air, traffic controllers and not ASA agents. How long is this nation gonna tolerate JFK LaGuardia LAX SFO is average go right MP L S, then they're not gonna tolerate the politicians are going to have to say Benedict. Donald you got open the government. Nobody can fly. What do you think? Julie. Yeah. Absolutely. The other cities are.
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"At the airport are on the map again. Thanks to Gayle king. She was stopping through the Minneapolis Saint Paul airport while she was covering the Jamie Kloss story for CBS this morning and she wanted to use her social media to praise our bathrooms here. She is. Goes to Minneapolis, Saint Paul. I agree. I'm on a very very long. Yes. Yeah. And. Minneapolis. Video performance. Thank you. How exciting is that? Thank you, Joe king. I mean, this is like the weirdest. First of all there are people in a bathroom and taking video of a bathroom. Like if I were to do that. If I were going to the bathroom. Hey, what's up? How's the Colin? Yeah. That's weird and kind of creepy. Also, I totally relate. I don't know if you've been to the airport recently, but it's not just the bathrooms that MSP. We literally have the best airport. I mean, like the all the redesign concourses with all the different food options. I mean, they've got like the angel food bakery is in there. I mean, you know, so many restaurants. There's too many to name. But like amazing restaurants, wonderful shopping it just looks pleasant. Yeah. A far cry from what it used to be maybe ten years ago. So I'm glad that we're getting some love some do. But. You would go into a bathroom and start filming like, hey, thanks burning of this weird. I will say this. I'm glad that our bathrooms are getting some positive PR right now. So thank you because as you know, our bathrooms MSP airport have been in the headlines for other reasons people.
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"Green here. Thank you for spending some time with me hauls off for two weeks. So I'm inviting some celebrity guests to comment and sit with me in the studio today, of course, Robin Robinson may have watched her for twenty years on the air at K M S P, you may have known her from her. Art installations that she created for you at Minneapolis Saint Paul airport. You may have known her from her gallery up in northeast now, she has an art consulting company. And I if you have questions or thoughts or wanna comment or chat with Robin. Our phone number is six five one nine eight nine nine two to six or you can send me a text at eight one eight zero seven and this texture wro- wrote in is Robin still associated with Alice riot. Yes, I am. I don't know. How is a great women owned company local owned a small business? It's Kelly Grolier and Kate Iverson. They both in the business world dropped out decided they were going to do their own thing. It is actually named after Kate's niece Alice, and basically the. It's artwork that is clothing. And so keep those the artwork designs and Kelly. Does the business end it is fabric. That is really wearable breathable you can get on a plane flight London it, and you're not gonna have any wrinkles is gorgeous. And there are many other women that are supporting their campaign who are well known in the community. You wonder site Alice, riot dot com. Everything is really beautiful. I mean, they're just gorgeous khloe they're going to be. Skirts plug their I got a couple of my other TV girls doing. Yeah. We'll just very quickly shut out to Roxanne givens. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Rex and battle who I know Roxanne Gibbons, by the way, she's amazed. As Archie givens is my husband's uncle, that's his sister. Yes. That's right. So but when her mama died. Oh, really love. We were at the funeral. Yeah. Phoebe givens lovely leading Roxanne her book pockets of joy is out night. Hammas John and Wendy Lubavich who many people may remember from channel five Wendy has a new book out called one hundred eleven museums in New York that you must not miss sometimes out December twentieth. Awesome. Look at you sharing the love, I do share the love the love because Iraq's and and I are getting an award tomorrow. Fearless commerce that we're very excited about over in Saint Paul just being a businesswoman in the community black businesswoman. That's right. So yeah, that's it. Let's talk about. It's funny. You were overseas. She's in London. And and what are they talking about the dream about Keith Ellison, and Doug wardlow, they are. So what is going first of all who were you visiting over in Europe. You're in London. I was. Visiting two very good friend. Ron's Scott, Nancy Simmons, and they both are very successful business people. They they Minnesota's cared about. Now, they have just really connected into the social political world of London black London and happened to introduce me to a few black journalists that were there and a group of ex patriots from the states. And so they try to stay very abreast as to what's happening politically in in the US and the Ellison race on many different fronts is interesting to them. And it's interesting because one many people were were really taken aback by the position by the Star Tribune to seek to open the divorce records to they were interested because Keith Ellison is Muslim how much of a difference as making in the polls right now how much of that made a difference in the decision to go after the files of his his marriage. They were very concerned about the fact that now. Now, the family's privacy has been exposed for. No real good reason when there was really nothing there. So I think if anything they're they're watching very closely what happens here because they they have a a Muslim mayor. They have a very large Muslim community. They wanted to know how that would directly affect them as well, politically, you know, we are very very closely allied with what happens in Britain, they are one of our major trading partners. And so everything that happens here really does have a ripple effect across the pond. And most people don't really think about that. They think oh, you know, we get Meghan Markle, and that's a lot of fun. But no, I mean, really what happens here, politically what happens there, economically are really tied together. So the whole Brexit situation has them really concerned. Because while you know, we are a small percentage of the economy there. We're huge economic trading. Power. If anything goes south with Brexit and sixty percent of the country. Thanks. I is going to be a disaster. Because now you've got other countries looking to do the same thing to escape from the EU. EU collapses. It could actually mean a recession for us a lot of the research and. Thousands and thousands millions and millions and millions of dollars in research goes down the tubes. Between us if Brexit happens, and and the EU I'm sorry record happens between Europe, and the UK all that goes away. Well, how so can't they create their own alliances outside of the EU with the us. They already have alliances with us. But basically what happens with us is really just kind of a it's a ripple effect of what's coming across the pond all the growth in our economy will will go under. Well, how I don't understand that. How so you're asking me to give you kind of the summation on the Kensington. Yeah. I guess I just don't understand how that how that directly Carl. These are just the fears that are happening that are are the growth in our economy will go under Brexit happens because we don't have the the the the European the connection tobacco's up with the the the the EU, okay. They're they're the texture ask they voted overwhelmingly to exit Brexit. Are they regretting that regretting it not? Yeah. I regret they really don't know what their futures. The I understand. Now, you mentioned before that you you have this network of, you know, entrepreneurs of black owned businesses of women owned businesses in that circle. How is this a couple of minutes less? What is the election talk in those circles because businesses good in the US? The economy is good. I don't know if how is that. How our President Trump's policies affecting your business colleagues? What they're saying right now is that they're paying more attention to Brexit because of Brexit goes south, then it will affect the economy that we we have. But even outside of Brexit. I'm telling you about your women owned businesses. Women owned business here separate from Brexit. Yes. Yes. Most of the women. I know it's always a struggle. So I think it's it's really hard for small businesses in general at all. Always looking to make sure that they can pay employees that they can make sure they stay out of the red. And and trying to always find those grants and programs that can help them exists. It's really hard. When you have a government that wants to cut all those things. And is that what they're finding under President Trump is are they finding a boon for small businesses because you know, he's a he's a businessman. Is really the driver for the US economy. But I can't say that they see real boons from from anything. Yes. Okay. So you haven't heard anything. So what are you feeling about this election as a black woman? Does your blackness affect you? How your voting how you're thinking about this? I think that for anyone to think that someone's race is the primary reason for which they go out is is is not necessarily the case. But I would say that there there are problems all across the board for for for folks right now that I think it's fearful times for a lot of people. They don't really know where their role is. I mean, I think a lot of people were stunned by what happened with the cavenaugh hearing. They really didn't think that twenty years later. We'd be revisiting the same things. I think that you know, for or black folks economy is not always great jobs or not great. There's a lotta lip-service. But there's not a lot done. We need to look at gun control. We need to look at. Education. We need to look at a prison reform, we need to look at many different things. And I don't think that in this current climate. That's what we're going to get. So I think we need to come out and really support the people that really have our best interests in mind as a unified community as a diverse community when we all start to recognize that we all have the same problems that you know, we're all in the same wading pool. Nobody gets to get out..
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"Dot com everything entertainment colleen lindstrom and holly roberts filling in for bradley trainer we've decided that we have been whisked away on a tropical vacation we're trying to take you along with us but that misery we felt over the weekend all of that snow that felt that fell that wasn't just our imagination no misery was warranted yeah okay good thank you it is totally warranted and i can tell you as much because the national weather service last night shared the following information they said that as of the evening so last night we're sitting at seventy point three inches of snow at minneapolis saint paul airport since january first this sets a new record for the all time snowiest start to a calendar year in the twin cities so january first to july first now we have had seventy point three inches i'm so glad now studio this weekend blizzard had thirteen point two inches at minneapolis saint paul airport so that's where the official records are taken down in bloomington and that puts us at the snowiest on record with twenty three point five inches of snow total and counting because by the way i don't know if you look at the weather forecast today we're supposed to get like another one to three inches here we can't sorry sorry sorry this reality no it's hard it's just real it is a harsh reality but hopefully that'll be it now now we were miserable here in the cities but we weren't the only ones miserable halls no this weather affected people all across the globe so yesterday i'm sitting at home doing my thing being a hermit and i you know i saw this report about sun country airlines so sun country of course our local minneapolis based airline that flies all sorts of tropical places around the world well they were affected by the weather to at apparently some of their flights in tropical locations were affected by the weather including flights from mazatlan and also san jose de kabo both in mexico but the problem was is that the flights that were happening over the weekend on sun country in those locations were son countries last flights of the year on those seasonal routes and rather than trying to work out a solution for passengers who were possibly delayed by the weather sun country just refunded the passengers and told them on facebook to.
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"Are conducting an internal investigation the powerful storm system that dumped more than a foot of snow in places in the mid west along with loser conditions not moving east the storm will bring another round of severe weather for most of the eastern part of the country forecasters say snow and ice will spread from minnesota to maine through tomorrow tornadoes are also possible in the southeast and heavy rain is expected in the northeast through tomorrow yesterday the heavy snow forced the minneapolis saint paul airport close it's open again but delays do remain at least three deaths are blamed on the storm you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson chris christie is lashing out at former fbi director james comey for saying it was possible that polling influenced his decision to reveal that the f b was looking into additional hillary clinton emails just before the two thousand sixteen election kristie went into attack mode in a series of tweets today and on abc's this week with george stephanopoulos when i worked for jim if i said to him eleven days before an election that i was going to release information that could potentially affect the election at one of the things that influenced me was polling fired me he would have fired me on the spot christie worked for komi when the former governor served as us attorney for new jersey and prior to his role as chairman of trump's transition team christie often went out of his way to praise komi for his integrity columbia university is moving ahead with a second round of a scholarship program for displaced syrian students that's despite president trump's travel ban that currently bars visas including student visas for syrian nationals entered the us with only limited possiblity for case by case exceptions the legality of that travel ban for syria and a group of other nations is scheduled to be the subject of arguments before the supreme court at the end of this month the timing for a ruling to be handed down is uncertain columbia's among several dozen higher education institutions around the country that in recent years i've been trying to do what they can to help syrians caught in a.
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"York meteorologist gene norman tracking the spring snowstorm crippling much of the north central united states tonight the storm moving east now at minneapolis saint paul airport with thirteen inches on the ground crews banished to clear enough of one runway to get one last flight out tonight and then shut back down crews will work through the night to get ready for flights tomorrow strong winds are fueling more than two dozen wildfires burning across oklahoma and texas meteorologist todd linley tells us the weather will continue to work against the firefighters and threaten more evacuations we've had some communities in western oklahoma that have been threatened to logo putnam ceiling also areas near martha in southwest oklahoma storm system bringing heavy rain farther south with flash flooding the problem in louisiana three deaths linked to the weather so far a prominent lawyer in the fight for gay rights is dead after setting himself on fire in new york the body of sixty year old david buckle was founded in brooklyn park note reading quote my early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves well you may have to rethink the menu for brunch tomorrow bill michaels tells us over two hundred million eggs are being recalled yes salmonella indiana base rose acre farms issue recall in the eggs in connection to twenty two cases manila reported on the east coast the food and drug administration says the eggs were distributed to consumers in colorado florida new jersey new york north carolina pennsylvania south carolina virginia and west virginia over two hundred six million units are being pulled from store shelves as a precaution i'm bill michaels in the last of tonight's nba playoff games the new orleans pelicans are leading the portland trailblazers fifty five to forty two in the third quarter earlier the spurs beat the warriors the raptors beat the wizards and the seventy sixers beat the heat i'm michael toscano network sure humans can be a little weird at times but take it from me i'm a dog and a person is about the best thing that can happen to a shelter pet so if you wanna learn how you can be that person get down to your local pet shelter or visit the shelterpetproject dot org brought to you by the ad council suggestion i was playing that video game i was pretty cool i was running down.
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"North central united states tonight the storm moving east now at minneapolis saint paul airport with thirteen inches on the ground crews banished a clear enough of one runway to get one last flight out tonight and then shut back down crews will work through the night to get ready for flights tomorrow strong winds are fueling more than two dozen wildfires burning across oklahoma and texas speedier allah just todd linley tells us the weather will continue to work against the firefighters and threatened more vacuous we've had some communities in western oklahoma that have been threatened to logo putnam ceiling also areas near martha in southwest oklahoma storm system bringing heavy rain farther south with flash flooding the problem in louisiana three deaths linked to the weather so far are prominent lawyer in the fight for gay rights is dead after setting himself on fire in new york the body of sixty year old david buckle was founded in brooklyn park a note reading quote my early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves well you may have to rethink the menu for brunch tomorrow bill michaels tells us over two hundred million eggs are being recalled yes salmonella indiana base rose acre farms issue recall in the eggs in connection to twenty two cases of salmonella reported on the east coast the food and drug administration says the eggs were distributed to consumers in colorado florida new jersey new york north carolina pennsylvania south carolina virginia and west virginia over two hundred six million egging are being pulled from store shelves as a precaution i'm bill michaels in the last of tonight's nba playoff games the new orleans pelicans are leading the portland trailblazers fifty five to forty two in the third quarter earlier the spurs beat the warriors the raptors beat the wizards and the.
"minneapolis saint paul airport" Discussed on NPR News Now
"The region are closed and the heavy snow and strong winds even forced the temporary closure of the minneapolis saint paul airport even here in minnesota it's rare for airports to shut down because of wintry weather however twin cities airport spokesman patrick hogan says the snow has been falling so quickly that it's unsafe for plow drivers to be out on the runways and he says that's not the only problem after the planes or d is by the time they get to the end of the runway to take off they need the ice again so they can't get off the ground fast enough to even operate in rural southwestern minnesota most roads are closed including interstate ninety because of blowing and drifting snow and zero visibility for npr news i met sepik in minneapolis strong winds are fueling more than two dozen wildfires burning across oklahoma and texas one blaze in western oklahoma is estimated the be nearly forty miles across at its whitest point and fourteen wildfires in the state have charged more than five hundred seventy two square miles this is npr news the world health organization is launching a campaign to immunize nearly a billion people in africa against yellow fever npr's jason bobi on reports the campaign's goal is to eliminate outbreaks of yellow fever in a region considered it high risk for the disease the who along with unicef and dozens of other agencies plans a blitz against yellow fever in twenty seven african countries yellow fever viruses and democ in tropical parts of the continent and regularly circulates between mosquitoes in monkeys the hope of this campaign is to get enough people vaccinated by the your twenty twenty six that human outbreaks no longer occur and outbreak two years ago angola killed more than four hundred people in significantly depleted global vaccine stockpiles the largest current outbreak is in brazil which is confirmed nearly two thousand cases in six hundred deaths since two thousand sixteen the campaign in africa aims to not only immunize hundreds of millions of people but also build better surveillance in laboratory networks to monitor the.
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"Kentucky lawmakers of passed resolutions formerly rebuke rebuking governor matt bevin following a remarks friday blaming teachers absence from school for making children vulnerable to sexual assault and poisoning npr's alexis de our reports one was filed by bevan's fellow republicans individial republican governor matt bevins' says he quote guarantees that somewhere a child is being harmed mentally or physically because there is no one there to look after them while teachers are out protesting a guarantee you somewhere in kentucky today a child was sexually assaulted there was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them a guarantee you somewhere today a child was physically harmed or ingested poison remarks come following the gop controlled chambers caving to teachers demands and overwriting bevan's veto of three key bills including a twenty two million dollar state budget pension and tax bill the package legislators argue would provide record funding for public schools alexis de out npr news in the nba playoffs the seventy sixers are leading the heat at last check this is npr a blizzard that slamming much of the upper mid west is hampering travel as mets epoch of minnesota public radio reports many roads in the region are closed in the heavy snow and strong winds forced the closure of the minneapolis saint paul airport this afternoon even here in minnesota it's rare for airports to shut down because of wintry weather however twin cities airports spokesman patrick hogan says the snow has been falling so quickly that it's unsafe for plow drivers to be out on the runways and he says that's not the only problem after the planes or the is by the time they get to the end of the runway to take off they need the ice again so they can't get off the ground fast enough to even operate in rural southwestern minnesota most roads are closed including interstate ninety because of blowing and drifting snow and zero visibility for npr news i met pick in minneapolis.