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Judge rejects Jen Psaki's effort to quash subpoena

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Judge rejects Jen Psaki's effort to quash subpoena

"A judge has turned away Jen Psaki's effort to quash a subpoena A judge has refused to quash a subpoena issued to former White House press secretary Jen Psaki that seeks her deposition in a lawsuit filed by Missouri and Louisiana It alleges that the Biden administration conspired to silence conservative voices on social media Psaki followed a motion in federal court Friday in Alexandria seeking to quell the subpoena saying that she had no relevant information to

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Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:20 min | Last week

Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

"Was going to say, you know, stuff that Donald Trump, we how many, how many years have we been making fun of Donald Trump? And yet there is something sad and hilarious, but also kind of terrifying about him declaring for president again. How did you feel about that whole thing? Well, let me put in the context of my Missouri and Tennessee, my friends that are Trump fans. Oh my God. They've all moved on. Yeah. They moved on to desantis. They moved on to Ron, because they think that he's like more presentable. I would say, which I don't disagree with. I think if we're going to say is which person is crazy, we're going to go with Donald, like which person you may disagree with everything Ron DeSantis says, but he doesn't seem like a lunatic. Yeah. It just seems like he seems like somebody you could sit down with and say, hey, a, B, and C and you're going to get DE and F back. Instead of Trump going, I don't care. I don't know. You tell me you're an idiot. I think they seem to be happy. I don't even think he really cares. I think he's just going to go over. I really seriously no kidding. I think at this point it's about merch. Yeah. He's become he's become a road comic. That's why now it's maga, because now they have to buy a new hat, right? Make America great and glorious, again. Well, glorious. I go, oh, that's going to be hard. That was going to be a lot of misspellings. I feel like a struggle. A lot of rally starts to say glare is. Yeah, I think it wants to do the rallies to raise money and sell merch. Yeah. Well, Travis and I have a dream that we could get the trifecta. He will be indicted in prison and run third party. So there are still, you know. Possibilities. We can have it all. Yeah. Yeah. You guys are very, very hopeful, I see. Yeah. I don't I've lost faith in the, I know the wheels of justice move slowly, but I don't understand how you can orchestrate and then say ready set go to attack on the capitol and then you get to run again. Right. That's why people lose faith in all this. There doesn't seem to be repercussions. Maybe there will be, like, my dad was a lawyer to judge at all that. He goes, give it time. I'm like, you'll be dead, Dan. How much time are we talking about?

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Jason Whitlock: I'm Not Jumping Ship From Supporting Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Jason Whitlock: I'm Not Jumping Ship From Supporting Trump

"Face it. People are jumping off the Trump train. Don't shoot the messenger. I'm telling you as an observer, what I'm hearing, what I'm experiencing, what I'm getting from other people. But let's me first share with you some pretty wise words from a wise man named Jason whitlock. I'm looking at Trump. They're trying to put this man in jail, they've done everything possible. The establishment on the right and the left have done everything they can to destroy this man. I'm not jumping ship. Not yet. I need some more evidence, some more proof. I need someone that's willing to take on the establishment. The right and the left establishment. Because we got here to this point because of this, this is what the establishment wants. They're all getting rich with insider trading. I don't see many of them objecting in a real way to what's really going on. I want to have a conversation with Josh Holly, one of our senators from Missouri from Kansas City, known him for a long time. I need someone to help me make sense of what we've just seen and what we've just witnessed before I jump ship on Donald Trump and the maga movement. Now, let me state the obvious. He's not fully on board because the way he characterizes it. He's ready to jump ship. He's just not quite there yet. I mean, isn't that what you took away from that?

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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A Suburb of St Louis Overwhelming Rejects Drag Queen Story Hour

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last week

A Suburb of St Louis Overwhelming Rejects Drag Queen Story Hour

"Suburban St. Louis voters reject drag shows at libraries in schools by a 40 point margin. That's fascinating. Voters in a Republican leaning Illinois suburb of St. Louis. Oh, 'cause I never thought of that. Illinois southern Illinois touches St. Louis? It doesn't touch St. Louis, but but I mean, it's a suburb of it. Yeah, that's what I meant. Yeah. Oh my God. That is not in my brain that Illinois and Missouri border each other, or nearly border. Maybe separated by water. It's in your that's, I always look at you for anything Illinois related. You went to the University of Illinois, which urbana? Yeah. What's the if you T the most prestigious Austin? Is there a most prestigious University of Illinois branch? Which urbana? I don't know what do you think? One day you have such a swelled head. I never understood why. It's because you went to the prestigious branch of University of Illinois.

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FBI's Elvis Chan Is a Key Figure in the Digital Censorship Landscape

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

FBI's Elvis Chan Is a Key Figure in the Digital Censorship Landscape

"There is a senior agent and FBI agent in the San Francisco bureau, his name is Elvis Chan. Yeah, I'm not kidding his first name is Elvis. And that's strange enough. I guess his parents were fans of Elvis. But his last name is Chan. In any event, this guy is the linchpin. He's the key. For FBI involvement and in some ways, Biden administration involvement in digital censorship. Why? Because he's located in San Francisco. He has deep connections with the 300 or so Silicon Valley companies and platforms that are based in San Francisco. He has constant dealings with them. He evidently was actively involved not solely involved, but actively involved in the suppression of the Hunter Biden story. And this guy has been sort of, let's call it in hiding. And by hiding, I don't mean literally in hiding. I mean that the government is trying to shield him from coming forward and testifying. Now yesterday I had on the podcast representative Ken buck of Colorado who talked about a lawsuit that has been filed by the attorneys general of Louisiana and Missouri. And the purpose of the lawsuit is to ferret out information about the full extent of the FBI's and the Biden administration's collaboration with these big tech platforms. And so as part of that lawsuit, the plaintiffs demanded that this guy Elvis Chan come forward and testify. Now the Biden administration tried to stop that and they basically said that this is a guy who did not directly order Facebook or meta to suppress the Hunter Biden story. He's not the guy who did that. And the plaintiffs are like, we're not saying he is the guy that solely did that. Maybe he was part of a team. He certainly has had extensive connections with these Silicon Valley companies. And we want to find out the full extent of the FBI's involvement,

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Hooker throws three TDs, No. 5 Tennessee tops Missouri 66-24

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hooker throws three TDs, No. 5 Tennessee tops Missouri 66-24

"Tennessee took a close second half game against Missouri and turned it into a route the volunteers racked up 724 yards on the way to a 66 24 thrashing of zoo in the game leading UT wide out Jalen Hyatt surpassed 1000 yards receiving on the season only the 9th volunteer ever to do so You know I was one of my goals I had just coming into the season I knew I had to take a big role when Bailey's left I'm glad to step up just for his offense to do what we have to do Tennessee moves to 9 and one and stays in the thick of the college football playoff chase Eric waddell Knoxville

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Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

"It that you all decided to make a film a Christmas film? This one is called, I heard the bells. Yeah, so we, you know, from the very beginning, film has been a part of our story. My grandparents founded Sight & Sound. In many ways, by accident, but through using multimedia. It was a multimedia slideshow back in the 60s. They kind of helped us get our find our footing, if you will. And ever since then, media has been a part of what we do. So whether we are filming stage shows for things like broadcasting on TBN, or media in the actual shows themselves projection, giant LED screens, all these different elements that help to bring these stories to life. Media has been a part of what we've done. And as we felt the lord several years ago calling us to expand, we weren't sure at first truthfully, was it like, is it another location? What does this mean? What does this look like? And we really started to feel this call towards telling stories beyond the stage and beyond the Bible. There are so many historical true stories that are powerful. That are waiting to be told. And so this launch into Sight & Sound films, this new branch that we have launched this past year and our debut film I heard the bells is our first step towards that, what we feel like the lord is calling us towards in the future. Not that theaters is going anywhere. That will remain exactly what it has been. So the theaters are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Branson, Missouri. Yeah. Okay. But if people want to find you all online, where do they go? You're a site dash sound dot com.

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Katie Miller Tells Us About Sight & Sound Theater

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Katie Miller Tells Us About Sight & Sound Theater

"Back, Katie Miller. Hello. It's good to see you. People, some people will remember you. You are the what, you're the head of Sight & Sound theaters. What is your official title? I'm the director of marketing communications. You're the head of marketing and communications, close enough. You're the grandchild of the folks who founded site in sand. Now, people who are just tuning in who don't know what this is. Give us the synopsis of what is site and sound. Sure. So Sight & Sound is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and we are coming up on celebrating in just a couple of years, 50 years of what we call bringing the Bible to life on stage. So we have two theaters, one in Lancaster, when in Branson, Missouri, they are large theaters, and we are known for bringing Bible stories to life. And when you say they're large theaters, that's the classic Christian understatement like the humble Christian, they're large theaters. They're huge. They're gigantic. They are really huge. They are. Let's be honest. Yeah, they're 2000s are gigantic. 2000 seats, we have a 300 foot wraparound stage so these stories, we want to do these stories justice. So they come through life. Hundred foot wrap around. And the answer is really in the middle of the story that's happening.

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Kash Patel: Nevada Officials Chose to Delay Vote Counts

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Kash Patel: Nevada Officials Chose to Delay Vote Counts

"I think a lot of people listening are just wondering what the heck's going on Well listen I'm in Nevada my home state I'm in Vegas I've been out here for Nevada and Arizona a lot on behalf of president Trump's candidates And here's the rundown What most people don't realize about Nevada is it's only a three and a half million vote count And Florida in places like Missouri who are two X three X that plus were able to count their ballots the same day And it's not that Nevada doesn't have that capability or Arizona which is even worse doesn't have it It's the elected officials chose to make it so They chose to have a two week run into the election for mail in ballots They chose to have an extended deadline And what Nevada was specifically problematic for us is a registrar's office in washoe and Clark county those are the two most heavily populated counties in Nevada 85% of the population Called the Alexa campaign on election day and said we are understaffed Literally they said we are understaffed As if they didn't expect the election day to come it's because of these rules that they make up and the current governor just lacking the current state AG and company have allowed these election type scenarios to play out So the mainstream media can perform their disinformation campaigns But where in a really good spot with the numbers and we can get into those if you'd like for lax law

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When Do the Polls Close?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

When Do the Polls Close?

"I'll just tell you right now just in case you're thinking about voting and you haven't started yet, the polls are going to close and this is the polls that are closing on your time zone. So at 6 p.m., which is already occurred, we see Indiana, pose closing, and also Kentucky's poll closing. At 7 p.m., Arizona time. We'll see or at least your time based on the state that I say. So just know that I say 7 p.m., it is your time on your time zone. So at 7 p.m. in Alabama, this pose is going to close Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas Mississippi, let's see Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. All right, those are the polls are going to close at that time at your time zone.

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Asst US Attorney Launching 'Same Day' Voting Investigation in Missouri

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Asst US Attorney Launching 'Same Day' Voting Investigation in Missouri

"In the state of Missouri whoever sent this to me needs to send it to me again in the state of Missouri there's a county called Cobb county And it seemed looking to find this Stick with me America And an assistant United States attorney covering that part of Missouri Contacted the person in charge of elections and that county which apparently is a Republican county And there's some issue they're trying to raise respecting people who are handicapped voting In the assistant U.S. attorneys office says they're going to have four individuals in that county To find out what's been taking place to question people and do a same day investigation Did you hear this mister producer In Cobb county Missouri The same day investigation Tomorrow So this was the Biden plan It's now coming to fruition They're going to work with radical left wing groups and they are going to work with various entities within the Democrat party umbrella To raise civil rights issues In a number of these Republican states

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Justice Department to monitor voting rights across 24 states

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Justice Department to monitor voting rights across 24 states

"The Justice Department is deploying poll monitors to 24 states making sure there is compliance with voting rights laws Federal monitors are being stationed at 64 jurisdictions across the country including Maricopa County in Arizona There have been reports of people watching ballot boxes some of them armed or wearing bulletproof vests and pole monitors are being posted in coal county Missouri despite local officials saying they'll block the federal observers The presence of these monitors mostly lawyers from the Justice Department and other government agencies is normal But for this election it comes with a backdrop of concerns about potential voter intimidation There's also a hotline voters can call If they feel they're being hindered I'm Jackie Quinn

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Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

"A new Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas finds it as overwhelmed with demand from other states Just four days before a Kansas City Kansas abortion clinic opened its doors this past June the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade The facility was planned as a place for women to get healthcare in a medically underserved working class neighborhood but now the clinic has been inundated with patients from other states that have restricted abortion like Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Texas and Louisiana The three Planned Parenthood centers in Kansas say they are only able to take about ten to 15% of the patients seeking abortions Those turned away are advised to take appointments in Colorado or New Mexico if they can get one It can take two weeks to get an appointment for a day after pill thousands of patients likely aren't getting appointments at all Few predicted Kansas would take on this role although in August voters rejected an amendment that would have cleared the way for tougher restrictions Emily Wales the president of Planned Parenthood great plains says the ecosystem is not even fragile it's broken I'm Jennifer King

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 1 dead, up to 3 injured after bridge collapses while under construction

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | Last month

1 dead, up to 3 injured after bridge collapses while under construction

"There's one dead in a Missouri bridge collapse I'm Lisa dwyer One construction worker has died and two others were injured when the bridge under construction in northwest Missouri collapsed Workers were pouring concrete for the deck of the bridge when it fell The bridge which was replacing an older bridge is in a rural area northeast of Kansas City The other two workers sustained minor injuries and were able to free themselves from the rubble I'm Lisa dwyer

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What Is Science?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | Last month

What Is Science?

"Is science? If you believe the human being is something that was beautifully designed for a purpose, you would be very careful going after a 14 year old human being under an operating table to do something as horrific and barbaric as this. It all comes back to what is a human being and what is science. And so it's very tempting to want to talk about politics. You guys could talk about it. I'm actually not here to talk about it. Again, I can answer any questions you have. You know, nothing's off limit because politics is just a result of whether or not we win or lose the moral arguments before that. And so when we allow this all to happen around us, we're always kind of workshopping somebody else's morality that is then implied here. But let me tell you, in Kansas and Missouri, I just want to encourage you. If there's any place in America that should be an example of bold and courageous leadership when it comes to this stuff, I know the people in Kansas and Missouri are not going to put up with this stuff. I hope your leaders agree with you.

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Anthony Fauci Was Never Elected...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Anthony Fauci Was Never Elected...

"Fauci was never elected, okay? So no one ever went to a ballot box. And so you know I want to give him a bunch of power. He was largely unknown up until the virus, and he had unlimited amounts of power. I make the argument that Anthony Fauci and it's a great learning lesson. Has anyone ever had as much power as Anthony Fauci had for 18 months in American history? And okay, well then you could ask me who maybe not, that's fine. Maybe you're agreeing with me or not. I don't know. But the power to lock down your kids from going to school, the power to literally control the breathing of an entire generation. The power to kick people out of a military for not that of the military for not taking mRNA, gene altering technology. That's an incredible amount of power. And even if a president has had that kind of power, let's say Abraham Lincoln had that power. At least he was voted to office, at least someone said I want you to be in a position of authority and in some ways Anthony Fauci became the sovereign and Anthony Fauci became a lot more powerful and important than the American people. So then you say, how on earth do we restrain that? Well, this is why we need a complete and total constitutional reset in our country right now. Whereas that whatever the new Congress is, whoever takes power, there needs to be a mass check and balance campaign. And I think a purge of this administrative state in the fourth branch of government. And this is something I really want to kind of, whether you live in Missouri or Kansas, both Missouri and Kansas, I think, have been abused by the federal government for far too long. You have allowed the federal government to misrepresent you for so long. There is so much power in the states and never before, probably since the American Civil War hasn't been this bad,

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The Founding Fathers Were Very Clear About Separation of Powers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | Last month

The Founding Fathers Were Very Clear About Separation of Powers

"Go back to the founding fathers, they were very clear about separation of powers and consent to the governed and checks and balances. Three branches equal any fourth grader that's taught civics of which they're increasingly not taught civics could tell you exactly the moral premise behind separation of powers. Starting in the 1920s, simultaneous, by the way, with kind of the regime of scientists and scientism is there was this fourth branch of government, where Woodrow Wilson, one of the worst presidents in American history, basically made an argument that the kind of founding fathers and what they said and what they did, that's old, that's outdated. We got to turn our back on that a new era is here. We have technology and we can govern men through different ideas and practices. Now, the implications of that is that an entire new regime, if you will, of governmental power and control was ushered in, that does not really fit into those checks and balances. For example, the power is no longer in Congress or in the executive branch, the power is in the deepest kind of chasms of the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Internal Revenue Service, the EPA, and you have this unregulated regulatory agencies that are unchecked largely unknown with unlimited power. And it's very hard to then check and balance it, and then you all of a sudden have very bad things happen. And you ask yourself, who actually voted for this? So for example, Congress should say, if you're funding gain of function research at Boston University, not only should he lose your funding, like you should be arrested. This is insane.

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"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Are what? A week or what? From out of pocket a week from tomorrow right here on the network. Let's get back to the calls here at 855-242-7285 and we need something to laugh about. We need something to giggle about right? Right. Legend is up next. That's right. That's right, man. I'm always laughing, Paul. You know, you got clouds on here talking about my laugh and fake. Let me tell you clown something. I enjoy the hell on the poor pulse. You know what's wrong with people, Paul? They don't know how to pull their pants down and slide on the ice. You know what I'm saying? Instead of the people you meet in a world or a miserable pile, there's a bunch of miserable pricks. What do you say? Okay. Do you agree, or disagree? I agree. So far, I agree with you. Good. Yeah, especially listening to your show today. Hi, Paul. I want to talk about Notre-Dame, though. Don't you think because they're a top 5 team that just shout how mediocre the entire nation is after the top three teams in the nation yeah, I mean, I just don't think there really is a fourth team this year. Yet. No, there's not, Paul. I mean, the whole nation has just gotten worse outside of the top three teams. I mean, let's face it, when Notre-Dame and Texas a and a on Paul, Texas, a and a. Is it a top ten? That just shouts to me that college football outside of all about Ohio State, Georgia. It's just pathetic. I mean, there's no more, maybe that 8th place team has a chance at winning this thing or maybe that team could sneak out. They just ain't out there, Paul. You have to have a hell of a imagination to look at a 14 and consider them a true NASA championship contender. And the fact that Notre-Dame is in the top 5. I mean, come on. They're going to get drug. By 40 frigging points. And this is a top 5 team. Come on. I heard you say Ohio State. Is the one team that can challenge the great Alabama? Do you really believe that? Of course not. I just said it to say it. Whoo. That's right. If I don't like bob boing boy, they go that little thing about hey, I will say that's about Ohio State, though. Strout Henderson and smile. That's a 300, that's a three headed monster, Paul. I mean, that's kind of like 8 minute Emmett Smith and Michael Irvin back in the day. I mean, that's a hell of a combination right there. They gonna put up 40 or 50 a game. But that defense last year, Paul was weak as state of water. I mean, you got a new coach, but if you look at most smart drafts, you just don't find many old house states defensive players in a whole lot of my drafts next year. I mean, I mean, I think they still got a massive problem on defense. So what are three headed monster? And I got some news from that at Alabama but got my sources down and they tell me Jermaine Bert going to be a superstar, Paul. You know, that reminds me a lot of the situation last year when everybody said that James Williams was Ohio State's third best receiver. He couldn't even get on the field. I hear Daryl then talking that same track about Jermaine Burton. The power when you agree that when you got Bryce young and Alabama also has a system, that's a lot of difference between playing in that 1980 George and offense. I know you know this that the Addison kid that went to SC, he wanted to go to Alabama to play with Bryce young, but he got too many people involved in that. Yeah, $2 million signs, still here they outbid us. I don't think Alabama was in contention for this deal. But I will tell you something that I'm hearing. And I just want to thank the university of Kentucky because I hear the offensive line coach Dan and the new office at line coach Eric wolford. Man, I hear that dude is bad and he's putting back into Alabama offense. I didn't realize what a problem arone was last year. I mean, I knew he was a fired NFL coach, but he was also now a fired offensive line coach. Yeah, you know, that was the third time in 15 years that we didn't at least have 5 yards of carry last year, and we had 42 sacks last year. Let me ask you this because I was in town yesterday and everybody I've talked to who was at the scrimmage the other day was just raving about Gibbs, the running back from Georgia Tech. Yeah, he's a loser, Paul. You know what's really exciting about him as his change of direction and his ability to excel and traffic. If you go back and watch some clips of him at Georgia Tech, you know, Alabama almost got him out of high school. If you want some clear this guy, it's just awesome. And I think, you know, everybody talks about will Anderson junior, but I think he is the one that's going to be in New York, baby. I saw a thing that I heard KJ, one of the PJs. He's one of the PJs, okay. Time to chat about the legend of the day. Let me tell you something, dude. With that fake bling around your neck, your bling don't go bling bling. It goes ding ding. You ain't one nothing is so long. You shouldn't never open your mouth. You forget that Joe is king ran you down a stripped you of your testicles, dude. And you have to talk in the same

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"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I'm really proud of the direction that we're going, and the leadership that commissioner sankey has shown. But desiree, again, I'm not arguing any of these points. And you're making excellent points, but I'm somewhere last night where a bunch of alums are. And all they're talking about is how much money that the universities are bleeding them to pay for athletes and I know that's a big phrase, but ultimately that's really what's going on and you can't deny that. So what you say is technically true, there's still a lot of sittings out there who are having a hard time having faith in the current system and structure of intercollegiate athletics. So what would you say to that? Any time you have change, you will have bumps in the road. You anytime you have an evolution like what we're experiencing in college athletics, whether it's name image and likeness, whether it's the transfer portal. Whatever the case may be, and you know, we've had change throughout our history of college sports. And when you have changed, you're going to have bumps. And that's part of growth. But you know what? There are something so incredibly special of bringing people together and being a part of being a part of a win, but also just seeing what happens whether a student athlete next to the GI Bill, I think that college athletics provides more scholarships for students across the board than anything else. And you know, if I could interrupt, you still have an answer to my question though about the amount of money that is being taken in. And a lot of these a lot of these players are making small amounts, but as you well know, there are a lot of them they're making significant amount. And there is a turn off, and I'm just curious how that issue is going to be addressed. I think it's wonderful. Anytime we have an opportunity to provide for our student athletes, we want to do that. And that, and like I said, and I don't mean to be redundant. But there are going to be bumps and bruises along the way, but you know what? Those 7000 student athletes that are members of the southeastern conference and that are making an impact. That's something really special and it can't be taken for granted. We sometimes will look at the we'll look at kind of the worst case scenario, and we miss sight of the whole, and we miss side of the educational opportunities that we're providing. So I'm really proud of my 550 student athletes. And I know every single athletic director in this conference is proud of theirs too. So I can't wait to kick off and I can't wait for September 1st. But how about we talk about some football tickets? Well, tell us about it, then. You know, Paul, as you know, we've seen attendance drop across the country. We have got to be very innovative at the university of Missouri. And so we are excited about the opportunity to have our student athletes and have all of our students incentivized. If they sell tickets, then they get 20% of that season ticket or 20% of that individual game ticket. And we are reversing that trend. We're starting to see some incremental growth and I'm really looking forward to hopefully in a year, you'll have me back and I'll be able to tell you that it was really successful. So what exactly I mean, I know I've read the stories and I've heard what you said a minute ago. What does that actually mean to those who are selling their tickets? What do they get? They get 20%. So university of Georgia, I think you may join us when we host when we host Georgia. So hypothetically, we sell a $100 ticket. The student or student athlete goes and they sell it through their link, then they'll get $20 for that ticket, 20% total. And you mentioned attendance. I'd like to get you a touch on that because when I speak to athletic directors around the country, they're very concerned about that. And while these television contracts continue to escalate, there's a genuine concern on campuses about getting people to the stadium. What's the solution? Well, it's not just a one answer or a soundbite solution. We all know that there were competing with for people's time. But it's a driveway to driveway approach and really I can't control what goes on on the field. All we can work on is all of the different atmosphere the game day atmosphere. So whether it is moving a student section, which is what we've done here at the university of Missouri, or we added new scanning pedestals or we added food locker system, where our fans can text or can go download our app and order from their seats. It's an opportunity for us to listen to our fans and then create that best game day atmosphere with possibly can. But just like your question that you asked me about NIL and monetizing college athletics, et cetera. There's going to be a couple of bumps along the way, but just like any new initiative, that's what we're going to have, but we're going to keep working really, really hard. To make sure we have the best game day possible for our fans. But isn't the bump that everyone's facing ultimately, the fact that it's just so much easier to stay home and watch games from 11 o'clock in the morning until 1 o'clock 11 o'clock in the morning till 11 to 12 midnight and 1 o'clock in the morning around the clock, it's comfortable, and you don't have to drive from Kansas City to Columbia. You don't have to drive from St. Louis to Columbia. You don't have to deal with crowds. You don't have to deal with heat. You don't have to deal with anything. I mean, to me, that seems like the real issue in college athletics as opposed to making it easier to order food from wherever you're sitting. Yeah, but that game day atmosphere Paul, as you know, there is something so incredibly special. When you are able to see the team when the music plays and the band and the tailgate and see the team run out into the field for the first time, you can not replicate that energy. And so there's just something really special about celebrating with 61,000 of your fans. And throughout the southeastern conference, we all have incredible game days and we just can't wait to see people out there and whether it's our students who are a great ambassadors and bring energy to all of our fans. There's something really special about game day. Thank you very much. I was really appreciate you being on. Thank you, Paul. We'll take a short break and we are back with your

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"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:51 min | 3 months ago

"missouri" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Has arrived and we appreciate it's been a busy run with Stephen a Smith earlier announced that he's running for president and we end with one of our friends from the university of Missouri, the athletic record desiree Reed Francois. We talked to desiree in Destin had a fantastic conversation. Hope to see her this fall and welcome back to the program with a headline talking about a new initiative at the university of Missouri. Good afternoon and desiree, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you as always for having me. You know, it's so fired up. We kick off and a week from Thursday. So this is one of my favorite times of the year. Well, let's talk a little bit about just the off season when we saw you last things were everything was charting. And now that everything is happening again, and I know you had meeting the other day with your fellow athletic directors. Let me start there because there are so many issues going on in college athletics right now. What can you tell us about that gathering? I can tell you that commissioner sankey and all of my colleagues around the southeastern conference are going to be very methodical. We're going to be very strategic. There are I'm assuming that you're asking me about 8 games or 9 games. You know I'm ready to break headlines here. I'm sure I love that. But no, what I can tell you is that we're going to be very methodical. There are benefits and there are drawbacks to the 8 games conference schedule. There are benefits and drawbacks to non games, but I can assure you that we will be very methodical and very strategic. I appreciate your descriptions. And I'm tempted to ask when are we going to see 9 games, but that would be a leading question, wouldn't it? It certainly would be. In the country call. And so, you know, I think that they would definitely classify that as textbook leading question. Yeah. I'm out of order. I've been sanctioned by the judge, but I thought I would try desiree. I appreciate you sending I'll pay the fine on the way out of court. I am interested though in this because while there's nothing at least that was determined, what are those meetings like this is your second one, I believe you came in last year right before. All of that happened. Now that you've spent a year in the SEC, how different was it? Knowing these people versus knowing some of them well, I came up with the majority of the folks in that room. And John Cohen and I were on the NCAA baseball committee together as was coach Tanner. So I've known them all for a really long time and they're a great group of people from Candice to Ross and everybody in between. It's just a really good group. That's a very collegial group, or we're very competitive group. But in the end, you know, I remember coach Dickey telling us at the university of Tennessee in the end, what's best for the southeastern conference, that's what holds the day. And that's what we do. Commissioner sankey and the entire team at the SEC, they're just great leaders. And they're very, very thoughtful. I keep saying methodical, but that's really what our league is about. And we're going to do what's in the best interest of the southeastern conference, but also take a very wide lens. It's been a busy summer, you know that. And the least of perception from the media, the framing of intercollegiate athletics right now is you have these two super conferences that are heading towards 16 and who knows how many more. As the athletic director of Missouri, which is been in the SEC now for ten years, what are your thoughts on dealing with that many schools? It's been difficult to integrate 16 and now there's already talk it could go higher. So is there a question there, Paul? There wasn't a question, but I'm hoping for a good answer. Okay, great. In terms of I think whether it's NIL, the transformation committee, we're coming out of a pandemic. There are so many different things that are coming at us in college sports. But you know what, in 9 days, we're going to kick off. And we even have week zero games this weekend. And if we do what is right for our student athletes and we focus on the great opportunity we have to make a difference, make an impact in the lives of a young person. I think we're going to be just fine. So yes, we've had challenges before as an industry. But there is something so incredibly beautiful when we all get together 61,000 fans at the university of Missouri and we all celebrate on Ferro field. When we walk and see graduation, when we get those letters back from our student athletes and we get invited to their weddings. This is an I understand. This is a win loss business, but it's also about education and it's about impact. And it's about the privilege of being able to be a part of someone's life when we're making memories. So yes, I know all the drawbacks, but there's also so much beautiful in college athletics and college football. I think everyone watching completely and totally agrees and you've been in this for a very long time at various schools. You just mentioned the university of Tennessee. However, when you see the move by the Big Ten, when you're sending student athletes, their words not mine because I think that's a much overused phrase. From California to New York and all parts in between and even in the SEC, it's a pretty long haul. How can you look past the obvious to many people where I said that this is truly all about money? Well, it's probably not my place to comment on another question. I know, but you're running an athletic department and you're participating in what many people feel is a money grab. Well, I'm not in the Big Ten, and I'm not involved in that decision. All I can talk to you about is what's going on at the university of Missouri. What's going on in the southeastern conference? And at the southeastern conference, we are really enthused about the trajectory and the direction from we have the best fans in the entire conference. Our student athletes are incredible people. And you know what? We do pretty well. And all of our sports. So whether it's football national championships, student athlete at student athlete engagement, graduation rates, you know, I'm really proud of to be a part of this conference.

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"missouri" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"missouri" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"From conservatives Sarah Kellogg of St. Louis public radio reports It was in July that Republican governor Mike parson announced that Don Carroll would serve as the director of the Department of Health and senior services Karaoke came out of retirement after serving as the assistant director of the Illinois department of public health He started the Missouri job in September Care of set a clear solution for reducing Missouri's COVID rate was to increase the state's vaccination rate But he was also against vaccine and mask mandates It's a physician care off repeated during his hearing this past week to make his appointment permanent I've said it before You know a lot of people in my position they try to vilify those that aren't vaccinated I'm not going to do that It's their choice They have the correct information and they decide not to get vaccinated I respect them Because caroff began his job with the Missouri Senate was not in session He was able to serve as director but had to receive approval within 30 days after the Senate reconvened in January But just hours before he sat down to answer senators questions more than 100 residents gathered in the Missouri capital rotunda to protest his nomination They claimed he was not conservative enough Many wore stickers will care offs name with a no symbol in front Others brought signs reading stop care off mandates and stop communism missourians want medical freedom Senator Mike moon spoke on the Senate floor for hours against the nomination saying he heard from more than a thousand missourians Now I admit some of the statements made by some of these folks were off base I don't think they were all off base And that's why I asked many of the questions that I asked With descent over the nomination and a desire to adjourn before a snowstorm hit the capitol the Senate agreed to not take action on care of the appointment Only one day after testifying for a job he already held for more than four months care off resigned Governor parson was quick to blast the Senate's actions in a statement he called the events surrounding care of appointment quote nothing short of disgraceful unquestionably wrong and an embarrassment to the state and the people we serve Don carafe is another example of a public health figure who has faced vitriol from both lawmakers and the public during the pandemic Lawrence gostin teaches global health law at Georgetown university He says what happened in Missouri has been playing out all across the country I've seen public health professionals picketed threaten their families threatened and literally hounded out of office And while we've got tens of thousands of people who should be in public health and aren't more leaving every day Since the pandemic began legislators and a number of states have limited the powers of health officials Gostin says those actions have consequences that will last after the pandemic The COVID pandemic should have made it public health empowered more flexible more nimble more resources And instead it's been the opposite For his part Senate majority leader Caleb raud in hopes to process for approving the next nominee for Missouri's health director won't get tangled up again in COVID politics I just think we have to be mindful about saying we are going to only advise and consent to people who look and sound and agree with everything I have to say or we're not going to go down that road That's a dangerous slope For now Missouri has another interim health director.

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"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"In a baby funding three okay. So this is what comforts me when my kids were smaller. Even when they're like in their middle years. I think back to myself. I'm like okay. What's the youngest age. I can clearly remember about myself for me. I'm like i i'm fifty. I barely remember high school. So i go and that's too old but i also bring bring people comfort to say you really remember anything from when you were five six seven eight. I mean really do you. And they're like no. I like no i said then journal. You love your kids. You spend time with them. They're not going to remember that you did that showing on like the night. They were supposed to have pizza. Well i i tell myself all the time. Like i loved my time with my babysitter's like when i was little. I remember that we had a whole family. That babysat us. Like one girl. After like they would all take turns and it was such a big part of me growing up that like my parents could go out whenever that never bothered me and so i have to remind myself or when my kids go spend the night like at grandma's or whatever i'm like oh i loved those times too so for me to like rob them of those memories. Because i'm selfish. Because i have mom gill mike no. I'm not doing that. No i agree. I agree yeah. My son loves to go to their grandmother's house. So whenever there whatever teen dances been say. We'll have to go to the ice house in the song that that makes it easier. that makes it easier. You call your mommy idea. Yeah my voice ammonia okay so somebody else does that. I know. I don't know. I feel like i've heard that before. Well now that. I'm a grandma. I mean i'm boring. I go by grandma. I pay attention. So i have kids from ten all the way up to thirty six of them and so i have the benefit of asking my thirty year old. Hey hey girl when you were young is can you have like. Do you have any like succinct memories of feeling neglected by us. Or why weren't we around. She's all know right on because we weren't so any last bit of advice in any realm for the people who are listening to you right now. my my food be go for it. You know anything that you want in my go for it like no one have any regret but the end of the day even if you fail even if you know whatever failures new even if you fail you can still try. My dad always says you know. Shoot for the moon and even if you fail your land amongst the stars. So that's what i live by. I go for whatever you want. Go for it. I like that piece of advice. That's that's one thing that We talk about all the time in terms of mindset. Some of my greatest memories have to do with my greatest failures. And so i i I applaud that. I applaud that sentiment because people who are afraid of failure will never get to spectacular. Exactly exactly yeah. You don't move forward or adblocker. Well thank you so much for being on today. We've so enjoyed you and for anybody listening. We do want to talk to you. Guys about our event coming up november fourth and fifth flourish in chandler arizona. So angela. Tom a little bit about it. This is such an exciting event for us. It's it's our opportunity to bring in women from all over the united states and spend some time together listening to unbelievable women speakers both within real estate and business in general so we spend two days listening to great speakers. This year will be even better or this time. Bergen to add things like Social excursions hatchet throwing and goat yoga and and other fun activities so that we can spend more time together and What i'm really excited about this time on the fourth. We have a comedy show to wrap up our night on the first night which i can't wait for so ladies. We want you guys to get your tickets early so that you aren't regretful. That you miss out so go to our bio in a mom's in real estate instagram and there's a milkshake link right there and you can find all the information about how to come to flourish this year. Yes awesome so if you guys want to look up austin. Her name is extremely unique. You gotta look up on instagram. She's got a beautiful profile. She actually spells her name aid w. s. t. y. n. And her last name is cochran c. o. c. h. r. n. So go look her up and follow her all right. You guys thank you so much..

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"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"They thought it was like a sales strategy. We're.

"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Now you know. And so i didn't. I had no idea what that was. He would always say realizing he never find exactly what that was. And so So fast forward like fifteen years later I have my license. And how i got into. It was my fiance and i. We purchased a home from a woman that was ready to lose it in the In the annual tax bill so He hadn't paid the taxes on it so they were getting reading the fellate in the tax sale and so we kind of came in at the right time and in it from her directly from her but in the mornings on or anything so we purchased it and we renovated it and then we lived in for about five and a half years and so After that We were going to move out like we will ink kind of getting to mapra and so i we decided to sell it so i could probably sell it. I'm i'm checking it. You know so That's what i did. I got my license and then that was the first phone actually with my uncle. You know what that story is so familiar. In fact my husband and i wrote a book and in part of the book we talk about all the different reasons why people get into real estate and the funny thing is most of those reasons aren't founded like actually in real estate like they think it's real estate but isn't it so different than when you imagined it at the beginning. Oh my gosh. Oh my think of how many relatives agents we've met with that are like well. I love showing. Yes i love. Hgtv and i'm like. oh jeez. okay. Chris chris kristen and i love to bring a real estate agents into the business and then helped them to become productive so we literally talked to thousands of agents and their stories are like real. Like wait till you see so tell us like with the with the peaks and valleys. I love how you put it. Because like i was saying to you earlier like everyone puts it like it is a roller coaster right and that's stressful and so tell us about like the peaks and valleys that you've gone through Yeah can't wait to hear again. Uh so i mean ruler. Every day bigger right. So you know you have your session. Bank you have clients and the office and showing himself. But i feel like you know i love the everyday is different and i think that's definitely a key for me. This variety and something that is that you still familiar with no you you deal with different facets of the same type thing right so you know you know you doing the houses the people. So that's gonna like the familiarity of it but you know you're dealing with different houses and different people. Don't kinda make you that Variety within the same thing. And and i love that in another thing that i love about. It is like over the summer. You know. i'm a mom. My sons have been with me from time. You know sanford north. You know grandma's or something and they may have to go with me on a song. I took my son on the sewing yesterday. So so my A condo and he's with me so he's getting to see you know earth skin real estate is you know and i love that exposure for both of them like they they come with me when they have to and they get that exposure they see like oh you know this house you know needs to meet anybody that are need to roof so they have that early exposure and i love their and that's definitely one of the well so sheriff is about some of the valleys because I know that i know that. This show is famous for Women out there listening going. Oh my gosh she gets me. You know just from stories to tell about some of your valleys I would say is not in the teak like My boys like sometime that night. You know like contract right in the contact like ten o'clock at night in my son. My baby on african you find mom lay down. I wanna let down plus the movie. I'm like i'm. I'm gonna have to contact outlets just like things like that. You know Or might have showing at like the crop in that era time in so might have to. You know leave and with showing come back and they eating dinner just like things like that. But the flexibility with your schedule you know you gotta have it kind of like you know if a client gets off work at five o'clock and they wanna see how their preapproved they're ready to go go and they wanna see a house you know in this market. We can't really wait. I can't repay. Oh i can. I can sell it to you tomorrow like you know. We have to go and see it. So that's kind of build upon valley peddling things like that but you know it. All evens out eagerly all evens out at the end of the day. I don't know if any of the list listeners are surprised at this point because most of the time when people talk about peaks and valleys. it's almost always financial. Almost moe's you're the first person that has actually referred peaks and valleys or anything similar to the the pros and cons like the things that are hard in the things that are wonderful because the real estate has this bad rap for you never know where your incomes coming from but the only real estate agents that don't know where their incomes coming from are the agents who don't know how to conduct their business according to the numbers right Yeah no i agree. Yeah i know my financial aspect of it is like you know. Sometimes you may not know you know you might not have anybody in the pipeline. But if you you know we've been doing your correctly you haven't correctly then you should have some people in this pipeline. Infant good song lean. So yeah i like it. Yeah that's exactly. I was thinking. Because when i think of the valleys i'm thinking of everyone you know. It's like oh my gosh wins my next paycheck coming. I had three closings laws month and now nothing and all of that no most definitely. Does it definitely hit in this in this industry as well and then i also have other things going on you know rental properties and things like that. So i've been trying to you know. Get my feet on solid ground. So i can lay a great band ation so what you know if i knew how moreno have a closing that i'm not really you know that you know that's and i think that. So many we talked about this with Another girl moms and real estate that so many people are helping other people with getting investment properties. But yet they don't get them for themselves in our industry and so it's good. Did you get Your investment property. Once you were already licensed or was it something you had before Actually i was my throw. I actually purchased it For myself you know by my own realtor. Yeah after i got my license. I don't know how real estate agents don't get their own investments as quickly as possible or find a strategy to get some because we're constantly looking at houses and you go. This house is awesome. You know and then we have. We have a great story. That chuck and i were showing property one day and it was such a great deal in such a prime location. We actually said to our clients. This is an incredible deal. If you don't buy it we will. And they're like ha ha and they didn't buy it and we did..

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"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Antonio fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who has overseen forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production and kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished waiters helping thousands of abatements killed their businesses. They are passionate about designating encouraging and empowering bombs in real estate our next episode starts now. Hey everyone welcome to moms and real estate. I am kristin can't trial. And i'm angela fazio. Today's guest is from saint louis missouri. Her name is austin cochran and she is going to talk to us about the peaks and valleys of real estate. Which i think we can all appreciate. Yes absolutely austin. Why don't you get started. Tell us a little bit about you. Thank you i i think thank you to you for having me. I really do appreciate You know you reaching out and wanting to hear my story that absolutely work cited so every day so go ahead of his background. Well we'll see about me. I am a mother of pu. Active boys Jordan and athens or my thumb and upper years now. And it's something that i have. I absolutely love. And enjoy and it rained me fulfillment and i. I'm just. I'm having a lot of fun and i'm learning a lot and i'm just grateful to be able to do something every day that could help people build a wealth and create a life that they want for themselves very bagel. So what did you do before you got your real estate license before. I got my real estate license. I was and executive assistant at the american association of orthodontists. So it's the organization that organ that orthodontist join and it's a membership based they thin and i worked for the international empathy of that called the world federation.

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"missouri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Missouri's Covid 19 numbers continue to skyrocket. At least 90% of new cases are from the delta Variant. Listen to Morning edition tomorrow to hear how that state is trying to slow the disease. Just turn on your radio or ask your smart speaker to play your member station. Oh, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Ocean swimming can be dangerous, and many beaches have lifeguards at the ready. But that's not the case for most beaches along the Great Lakes, some of which have treacherous riptides. So this year, one city in Michigan is getting creative with its water rescues from Interlochen public radio Danwon surer reports. I'm on the pier at South Haven, which sits right on the shores of Lake Michigan. City has two main public beaches and a popular lighthouse, an idyllic setting that attracts tens of thousands of tourists every summer. Swimming here can be dangerous because of rip currents and strong waves and swimmers who are unfamiliar with them can get in trouble. It's out of town. People who come here on vacation and things like that that we need to work on Educating. Zachary Kendrick is a paramedic with South Haven Area emergency services. Last year, his team responded to 23 water rescues on Lake Michigan. Three people drowned. That's when Kendrick started brainstorming on ways his department could cut down on its response time for people struggling in the water. What he came up with..

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"missouri" Discussed on Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

29:15 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

"missouri" Discussed on Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Quarter Miles Travel With Annita

"People that were willing to pick up the torch and keep it going just as he had designed it valerie shares with us. How the construction started and the process of getting the gateway arch built. Construction finally began in february of nineteen sixty three so this this area had sat empty and blank for a very long time by this point so construction started in sixty three and it was finished. The last we will section was placed in the top in october of nineteen sixty five and then once it was built it was another couple of years until the little tiny capsule elevators. There's one that goes up one leg and one goes up to the other to meet up the observation towers. They didn't come until nineteen sixty seven and sixty eight. It's it's a pretty amazing building. You know monument It is built to withstand earthquakes. It has lightning rods on top. It has been struck apparently many times by lightning. I've seen some pretty interesting photos of of major storms. I i didn't know if it was actually photoshopped or maybe a photographer did happen to catch but it looks like the bolt of lightning is actually hitting the top of the art. Anyway it said it does sway. If if it's a really really windy day like fifty miles an hour it was built to sway up to eighteen inches backer for a modern marvel It was set in concrete. Several hundred feet down below the ground surface So it's it's probably not going anywhere. For a long time the gateway arch. It is spectacular. It is a marvel. It is honor those things we can call it but who are the men that built it. What are their stories. I had a chance to talk with. Carol alison and well to who lived in little rock. Arkansas became over to saint louis to work on the arch. Here's history okay. I was ironworker will start off. I went up there in april and sixty three and they had just set the first section down and they have been trying to get It will in x. rayed and the past and so forth problem is There wasn't a lot of qualified. Wilders this area for that particular type of welding ride all the ironworkers. Down here worst certified. He'll take part in war. And i think there was twelve or thirteen at least of us that went up to it in the preliminary stages because we were all certified. Nothing against saint. Louis i just wanted familiar with willing. Rods used on the pipeline and use in general purpose. But this was a higher strict with called a low hydrogen. So it just will the different the other rod you obsoleted more or less when you're willing and this one this one you just keep it pretty steady and people. You don't take out of the puddle because it would if you've done that then you get slag Actually the whale and of course it wouldn't passing x ray and all those heavy quarters everyone of the arch got ab corners in it of the side walls. I'm talking about on the interior part. I the mainstream of the art his interior part. Because that's where the heavy metal is it together. That quarter stainless does not support. It helps obviously because it's a sandwich wall what the poured concrete and sandwich walls up to three hundred foot level. of course. They had engineering problems. When i started the they'd stop and laos off for a while and till they get certain things worked out and you know. I don't know exactly what they were working on the engineering this and that they done it two or three different times in fact one for what i came back and went to dallas and was working down there on the two story bank building because they had the arts shutdown well when they opened the back up. I decided that. Go back up. And i did but it's I was twenty when the a lot of people last night. Why did you work on that thing. And i'll say this you know a lot of lot of They came after your after we started going up. They come out there but they wouldn't stay. I didn't they didn't like it then. Hire god got just a little bit suit. I guess you could say it goes up to five hundred. Thirty foot level arch with self supporting. And we're just almost like a big fishing hole. Come together five thirty. They put what's to strengthen their to stabilize it because they went on and finished the last hundred feet most five wilders on each side now this this is that most times they would just four of us and of course you have to form and then you had to radio guy and about it and they started off they had a riggan through. Would jump the derek's and so forth we just wait till they got that done but then as time went on i mean we were also we actually took over the jumping on the derek level platform over. It like it wasn't a big crew on each league. You.

"missouri" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Oh they can. Guys were up in a group for potential nomination for an award. You can nominate us for the quill. Podcast awards right now. It's posted on instagram and twitter. But i can put it in our little link tree account You just have to click on that in his kind of it. Kind of looks. Like a google doc google survey and then you just fill it in with us. So it's balls a supernatural podcast as what her official title is so. That's what you would use when you nominate if you want to. You don't have to but we would really appreciate it because we love doing this. And obviously some awards under our belt one hurt. That would be pretty cool. Valves just the little cherry on top. I mean it's not a webby but damn it's a step to a webby. It is a step to a webby an jump to the right so you did. I had a time back. Somehow this is either going to get us nominations or not. Oh also. I know you guys heard it at the beginning episode but are hundred. Happy hour is going to be august. Fourteenth six pm. Hopefully i will be together outside on a deck drinking together. Yes with you guys in the same space. 'cause we ask each other the other day and it was pretty amazing and the nice thing too is that it'll be straight from our actual instagram account. Right and not separates. Yeah it'll be two of us on one one screen. Did that make sense yes to me. We won't be split. It won't be trump and biden. We'll be side by side. So i think that's it for now guys. Thank you for listening. Thank you and we will you guys next time when we talk about monster movie who they did the mash the monster mash..

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"missouri" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Yeah and two. He didn't talk about the big fucking read a over here. That's like hey so you were fed demon blood as a child. Yeah which explains everything we went through you know..

"missouri" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"Some of the oldest and rarest french colonial architecture and the country is found in saint genevieve Several historic buildings and it's really Really a neat. Little town visit charming small town area with some dining and shopping opportunities as well and again i think i mentioned to the west Just a little bit. Outside of saint genevieve is a hawn state park which is really a great outdoors location. One of missouri's most beautiful parks. I love that. Missouri has a new national historical park. I think that's really exciting for the state and it's a great area for people to to visit. It's it's a that is well deserved for that area. Lisa waterman gray has asked. She said she seemed missouri listed as southern state by travel south and. She said it surprised her and she's wondering if you know how that now. I know missouri when you get south of that that kind of invisible line between kansas city and saint louis missouri takes on a different flavor. The would that has something to do with it so Lisa's various student. And i think we worked with her in the past on a couple of projects so the show me state. Missouri is a member of that travel. South collective travel. South is a group of southern states so depending on where you read about missouri you will you will either. Cs called. and i think i myself even called us a midwestern destination earlier you'll either see us referenced. As a southern state or amid western state we are a member of travel south which includes our neighbors to the south. Like arkansas into the east tennessee kentucky alabama mississippi georgia the carolinas That that group markets knee entire region. So it's it's definition of the south to international audiences and then it has a A group that works with called the southeast tourism society that markets that same collective to domestic travel audiences and we're proud to be a member of that organization They they call us the north of the south a lot of times And so you know. That's another opportunity for us to share missouri's message with a group of partners who share a lot of the same history and culture again. You know some of the civil war era history and culture of some of the civil rights movement history and culture Certainly we have a lot in common in terms of Dining and cuisine and music and entertainment And so it makes it a lot of sense for us to be involved with that organization so You will see us called the south in different places so you could basically say missouri is is almost equal parts..

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"missouri" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"missouri" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"And you know. I think one of my favorite things about branson and that southern tier of counties is that it's far enough south that when we go from central iowa in mike november. It feels like we're in. I so much warmer it it really is. It's like you get south of kansas city and you raise twenty degrees so when we're when we're at twenty here we can go down there and it's closer to forty or forty five and it's like it's beautiful yeah. I recall in a new year's eve and new year's day there a few years ago. Where i'm really confident. I was outside in shorts and a t-shirt because it was sixty five or seventy that certainly that. That's probably a little bit of an anomaly. But but your point is noted there. It's it's a for those who are from the northern states. You get down that far in the southern missouri and you'll you'll notice some climate changing perfect for a spring getaway when the snow is still melting up here. That's for sure so. Missouri is very well known especially kansas city. Barbecue but st louis is becoming more of a barbecue destination. I know i've had you have award winning barbecue at getting basted in branson so there's a lot rate food to eat in missouri. What would you say. Missouri has a food. what is it. Oh that's that's a tough one you know that. That's that's a loaded question that's like asking. What's what's your favorite attraction. That's hard to pick right. I feel like for for me. Just just me. Barbecue is is huge. I'm a big believer in Pulled pork sandwiches and ribs and burnt ends all those things. There are some great barbecue joints in both kansas city and saint louis. Of course branson has some great ones springfield columbia there. There's good jeff city. I mean it's everywhere hannibal so i i really think missouri can give a just about any state run for its money in the barbecue..

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"missouri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"missouri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Missouri. And now we are having the Bidens come down the stairs. Just just listen a little bit to what was happening up on the stage. Fuck down onto the stage and greet people on. I must say both sides of the aisle but we're seeing here is the senator's assembles wells, former presidents and members of the family. As I say all socially distance. There's a fair amount of space separating all of them and everyone. Everyone has a mascot. Once again. What you're hearing is the Marine band playing, and now we see the president elect facing the vice president as the vice was like comma, Harris applauds the president elect. And what we will hear. Next is Amy Klobuchar, the senator from Minnesota. As I say she's one of the members of the committee, the Joint Congressional Committee who has put together these festivities. And rather remarkable circumstances, giving the pandemic giving the social distancing that needs and also given the security's concerns that we just talked about with Ray Kelly, former commissioner of the New York Police Department, they're gathered there on the west side of the Capitol. And here now is Senator Amy Klobuchar. Mr President elect Madam Vice President elect members of Congress and the judicial branch, former presidents and first ladies. Vice president's leaders from abroad and a whole bunch of Biden's America..

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"missouri" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"missouri" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

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