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Montana Counties To Conduct Primary Election By Mail
"Montana, meanwhile, becoming the latest to permit all male voting in November as a way to limit the spread of Corona virus Governor Steve Bullock issuing that order on Thursday. Is increasingly unlikely that the pandemic will fully abated by November, such a traditional in person voting. Won't pose a significant risk to public health and human safety. Additionally, Our election administrators are county clerks and recorders found with 2020 June primary was successful that it was quote, streamlined, accurate. It is safest possible. Under the current pandemic. It only makes sense that we start preparing now to ensure that no Montana and will have to choose between their vote. Or their health. They didn't have two in June. And they shouldn't have to in November there force we did for the June primary. Issuing a directive today to allow counties the choice to conduct a
Fresh update on "montana" discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"For Montana as fictional characters also Peggy Hill from King of the hill. Was Fictional character born in Montana so mountain on either go. Nothing on evil knievel I think I saw evil knievel but I didn't know I could think of to comparables free will can evil there's evil can able. Then there's like all the other guys for stunned. Earner mandated. But he is on, he's he's probably he's by number one. Yeah. The for here's a one. For me. how none of our listeners care. Kerr live from. Tom Brady sow sign is facebook show. A He's in whitefish right. I. I think I think in whitefish it's like. Little over to our. De Montana's pretty pretty big right I remember United States map that I had grown up in Montana's maybe not a ton of people, but it's huge state. Yes Yeah it's huge my life where I grew up. Is. Five hours away and it's It feels like for ever when you're driving. It goes on is one of my favorite ways 'cause allow. Find Acre per like he grant Family got to Montana. No are you. In from a long line of Montana NHS just not. longline. My grandparents like my grandparents moved. To Montana I'm not exactly sure what? But they opened up a butcher shop and then. Obviously, my dad grew up Montana. Me So. Shop no no he sold it. That's good like if you know a butcher a good. Fun fact to Hire Yourself Lega, we own butcher shop in Montana, you never need an icebreaker again. In the new nickname in the NHL be the butcher, the butcher. would be you know you mentioned earlier? I could see myself planning these job but I think pro hockey now all send your. Age. L. Deal on. You know you're you're becoming a pretty tenure guy in the last season, you weren't getting a setback down. By end of the year like by one ounce. Where do you see yourself out? Are you this new approach it? I'm going to stay in the age all this year. You say like you know what? I am breath away from the. Opportunity what's wore mindset heading into a you know what hopes to be you. In Age levels. I think. Like you kind of mentioned as I. Kind of accepted myself as ECHR in. Scotch and Claude this year. But now this summer I'm I am taking it to..
Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas
"Into a new month, and Dr Deborah Birks of the White House Corona Virus Task Force warns that were also in a new phase of the pandemic. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread. It's into the rural as equal urban areas and to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus. Works told CNN that no matter where people live, they should wear a face mask and practice social distancing. Today, President Trump called her pathetic in a tweet. Joining us now is NPR's Eric Whitney, who's keeping an eye on the latest news about covert 19 around the country. Hi, Eric. Hello, Jeremy. We just heard. Dr Burkes mentioned the spread in rural areas give us more details about where we're seeing spikes in rural parts of this country, So I'm based in Montana. It's a mostly rural state and like a lot of rural states, we've had very low numbers until about June. And since then we're seeing our overall case can't grow exponentially. Following rollbacks on restrictions on businesses and visitors. Last week, we saw a construction site at a mountain resort here blow up with more than 100 positive cases. I know there's a people in tourist towns were really concerned about all the out of state plates. They're seeing across many states, their frontline workers they're concerned about being exposed to the virus. Reporter in Tennessee tells me the outbreak there has now moved beyond Nashville and Memphis and become widespread across much of the state. And I think that's also the case in a lot of southern states with high infection rates like Mississippi and Alabama. Still pretty Communist e big spikes in rural places with big meatpacking plants or other agricultural operations where people worked closely together. Jails and prisons are often located in rural areas, and we're seeing spikes there, too, when you mentioned some of the states that are in the south. In fact, six of the top seven states in terms of the new cases are in the south. The other Being California are things starting to level off at all in those states that have seen spikes in recent weeks well, California's daily case count has dropped from a peak on July 25th of more than 10,000 new cases today. About 6400 yesterday. You know that's good news. But it is far from assured that trend will continue in 6400 cases a day is still huge that Khun spawned a lot of new spread. No, Arizona has seen a more sustained drop recently, the state's weekly average of new cases. Has been going down since early July. But health officials in Arizona and even that state's conservative governor Doug Ducey, are not saying that they're out of the woods yet Governor dues He paused his previous plans to continue broad reopening. Hospitals in Arizona have been strained. That's eased a little bit, but it's not over yet. And then, if you look a test positivity rates in many Southern states like Florida and South Carolina, there's they're often in the double digits. Mississippi's test positive the rate is over 20%. Georges is more than 12% in public health officials say that anything over a 5% positivity rate is concerning, so I don't think we can say that things were leveling off in Southern states.
Fresh update on "montana" discussed on Here & Now
"And in some counties people going in for surgery were screened. So were employee's in and around newly reopened yellowstone and glacier national parks then hit. Some of the testing results. Are. Just coming through a on testing that we did back. July. Eleventh Kim Bailey is a public health nurse in Yellowstone County. Now, the center of the Pandemic Montana, she says, testing as symptomatic people can reveal new cases in places. Health authorities don't necessarily expect the virus to be and it was finding a few new cases but a three week lag on results meant sick people were still out and about in contact. Tracing was delayed. Now, most ASEM dometic testing around the state is on pause until other private labs in a State University can ramp up to meet demand. The state health lab can return results in two to three days, but it doesn't have capacity to keep testing people without symptoms. The stolen testing hit cases mushroomed from a total of five hundred at the end of May, two more than four, thousand today it was overwhelming. Daily recently hired on a small army of contact tracers to try to.
US entering 'different' phase of coronavirus outbreak
"Surpassed Britain as the country with the third highest Corona virus death toll on Friday. What happened across the United States we bring in Santonio, first news national correspondent Michael Bauer. So what did happen in the United States? We know that Dr Deborah Berke, the position overseeing the White House coronavirus response says. We entered a new phase here in this country, meaning that what we're looking at as Faras the pandemic goes is much different now than it was in March in April. That she says, is extraordinarily widespread that there because it was his belief that rural urban areas maybe someplace states and cities. Work socially distant enough from the rest of the country. This remote distance is going to keep us safe, not going to be an issue, she says. That's not happening anymore. We're in a place now where there is no corner of the country. That's safe enough from everything. So while we've been looking at Texas and Florida in Arizona and California for some time now, the Sunbelt states you're looking at over the past week period of time, the largest surge of infections happening in Alaska, Hawaii, Missouri, Montana and Oklahoma. So sort of all over the place. Some of those places way more distant from the rest of the country than others. And this is a clear indication that we're in a different level in a different phase right now, what's happening in this country. Now with that? Experts are also saying, Let's not forget we're about to possibly go back to school. We know that some colleges are going to be returning, and there's a concern that we major outbreaks in college towns, but also above and beyond that policy lab is this one group of Children's Hospital in Philadelphia that have been kind of showing models and pulling together models. They're looking at one right now that says As far as a likely spread over the next four weeks. Like who could be the next Texas who could be the next Florida? They're checking out some ominous trends that includes some really, really big cities like Baltimore in Chicago in Detroit, Philadelphia, ST Louis and Washington, Boston and New York. They're saying that they're keeping a close eye on those cities over the next four weeks because it looks like Some of these cases, air headed back those directions. Michael, are we getting a clear picture of exactly how many kids have tested positive for covert 19? It's what we're getting is because a lot of schools still haven't officially returned right. But we do know that some schools have gone back into session. And we know that at least in places like Indiana at one school district, where two kids tested positive and a teacher tested positive as well. They immediately day one shut down those squids at school district and went back to the At home learning process and doing things from a remote basis, and you're seeing those exact came some kind of situations all across the country. You're seeing them in Kentucky, you're seeing them and Utah. You're seeing them. Ah, hole across the country where kids are kind of starting to come back and then boom. There's this sort of exposure to on element of covert 19 in the classroom. My brother Isa teacher in Northern California he teaches high school students, and they just had two of their senior students test positive for covert 19 1 senior at another school in their district. And the school just for decided to shut things down until October. So my brother will be teaching from his classroom, But just on the computer to people who will be learning at home. So are we working on the honor system here? Our parents required by law to report if their child test positive. Uh, that's a great question. I don't know that they're required. I also don't know who's hiding that right now. I'm thinking that that's a good idea. I think you know the reality of the situation is school districts are asking and trying to figure out what it is that parents want to do and what the schools want to do from that point on there making decisions based upon that, But the minute you start talking about bringing a kid in who might be infected. And even though the symptoms aren't nearly as strong and kids or at least that's what the reports have been throughout what you've seen for adults and older people, they can still spread it, so they're still going to school. They can still pick it up and bring it home. And then they can spread it that way. So if you were looking to stop the spread period, it would seem likely the things they do. There is not put kids into a situation where it was worse back in March, but worse than where was back in March and trying to put them in and think that this is going to stop the spread. Meanwhile,
Fresh "Montana" from Here & Now
"Stay ahead of the outbreak by making calls like this one, any salons on getting your hair done Nelson barbecues, picnics, or family dinners? No weddings baby showers no workout classes contact tracing has revealed a lot of new cases and the number of context per case has ballooned since Governor Steve? Bullock. Lifted the state stay. Home Order April twenty-sixth. The lots of people don't get calls like this. When there's a big delay and test results health officials say successful contact tracing means the authorities can surgically target interventions to certain types of events or businesses instead of using the blunt instrument of broad closure orders. Governor Steve Bullock supports that approach is no doubt that the news we'd have to delays upcoming community snapshot tested. Events took his backwards at a time when we were making significant progress in reaching our testing targets here in Montana Quest Diagnostics cleared its backlog of Montana test this week after bullock turned to North Carolina based. Mako medical to process ten thousand tests for the state. Since late July he also reached an agreement with Montana State University, which says, it will soon have capacity to run another five. Hundred tests a day in the face of inconsistent testing. Capacity Book is focusing on nine hotspot counties that he says may need more resources or local health restrictions. He says current masking and social distancing restrictions would work. If people followed them health officials say they're also facing challenges from people not following orders to isolate or refusing share their context for NPR news and Nikki will let Yellowstone County. The presidential election is just eighty eight days away and the coming days are important for Democrats next week presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to his running mate and the week after that the Democratic National Convention we want to take a minute now to look at some of Biden's policy proposals and we have with us as Mahala who is political correspondent for NPR and she's been covering the Biden campaign. Welcome. Hey, there. So. Asthma I want to start with the pandemic Biden has criticized president trump's handling of efforts to fight covert nineteen. How is Biden proposing to get things under control if elected? I will say tiny this has been one of his key proposals. Am I go back to March one of the the last in-person events that I attended that was sort of a bigger ish rally that Joe Biden held was to deal with the pandemic he outlined a plan. Then back in June, he again had an event that I was at where he outlined this five step plan in Delaware where he was talking about different things that he thinks needs to be done. You know he's talked extensively about the need to scale up. Testing, he feels like we as a country need to have a plan where personal protective equipment is available for any healthcare worker who needs that equipment is also talked about the fact that we need to accelerate vaccine plans and make the distribution of that vaccine more clearly and transparently accessible to people, and that the country needs to have a consistent message on mask wearing and unless they tiny has also talked about the need to boost social security and snap payments for people who are at high risk he feels like this is not just. Not just an issue of public health crisis, but also an economic issue. Yeah. He's also talking about in in regards to the economics of creating something called a public health job corps This is interesting because it would employ people out of work to help fight this virus. What other specific plans is he really offering to improve the economy? Yeah I mean I will say it a lot of what we have heard from him recently has been about building back the economy. We all know when we look at the unemployment. Erzen. Other economic indicators that this. It looks like we might have lost Oz Mahala asthma is a political correspondent with NPR and she's been talking with us about the Biden campaign we will try to get her again we have her back, the beauty of live radio. So. We were. Yeah. We're talking specifically about the economy and some of the ways that that are presidential nominee is taking this on. Inside about that time, but hopefully, it will not get him. I was saying that you talked about some of the. Steps he feels the federal government can do in terms of providing state and local government with aid so that they can provide that information essential workers or educators, and he's also talked about extended crisis unemployment insurance to people who are currently out of work in the more long-term sense though he's also outlined in agenda that he calls by American This is I think really interesting political move in contrast to president trump's. America first agenda and he's talked about the need to buy purchase buy goods that are made in America so that in the future, if there was a not necessarily a public health crisis, but any type of national crisis, the country would not be relying on important materials or pharmaceuticals from foreign countries, and he's outlining pretty extensive clan calling for three hundred billion dollars in additional research and development for this made in America. Let's. Let's talk a little bit about something else and that's police reform. So some on the left have called for the defunding of police but but Biden and a lot of Democrats as well. Say that they don't want that this week he told donors he actually wants more money for the police to enact reforms to that institution Where does he stand on policing? It tiny. He doesn't have a specific initiative on policing per se but he has put out a plan on broader criminal justice issues. He talks a lot about the need to invest more in community policing. He's called for three hundred, million dollar additional investment is also talked about the need for the the Justice Department to address some of the systemic misconduct that the country has seen in local police departments across the country and I think what's really notable tiny that you know he he has a fairly long list of policies he claims that he'll get to. In the first one hundred days but he specifically has called for a police oversight body that he says, he will sit up in his first one hundred days and you know a lot of this I think is also important for the vice president politically because they are certainly members of the Democratic Party folks on the Progressive Left who remember his legacy in bringing about the nineteen ninety four crime bill, right? You'll have questions about, Biden's roll around some of these policing issues and there's decently a lot of skepticism I hope specifically when I talked to young voters. What about larger efforts towards racial equity he said a couple of statements that many people have taken issue with over the last few days of what is he promising? When it comes to racial equity tiny, I would say a lot of his focus has been on economic equality. He's outlined some plans that will call for additional investments around public private venture capital, two black, and Brown entrepreneurs. Called for additional money as well for low interest business loans. And what I think is interesting nugget which I heard so much about prior to this, he actually called specifically.
Clean Beauty for the New Mom and Beyond with Gabriela Babila
"Are you. Are you. Thank you. Connect it with you For excited and actually ladies. I think we have I'm I'm La Native in I. Know You guys are too I? Think we have a connection. Might know I'm not sure if she's your sister I believe she's your sister, your younger sister to Kelly. Yes I. I graduated in two thousand ten in her out. I think you might know rec- on I'm like how and she's like. Well, you have to know her sister. I'm was like unannounced. Show me pictures she showed me pictures. She looks so familiar and I was like, oh my gosh, she went to college with us in. She's like, yeah, you you have to know that and I was like Oh my God this is a small world. So it's not even GonNa tell you what year I graduated but I graduated before. We are all we are all GOFFIN's here is it's a cool I. Know Love Palestine such. Great. I am an recently went to the beach down the street to the will rogers, and I just made me realize that Kim believe that that was high school I went to I'm like Oh my God how did I just take this betray granted I never even? I never went to the beach either so crazy and it was so close but I just always wanted to get out of Kelly because it was. It was like, yeah, which degree. You're older one. There's a lot of insulin lot village was so small then it wasn't really much to do so it was like. Always trying to. Rely on welcome to the show. So great to have you here. Thank you so much for sending over some of skincare routine some of the oil they add stretch mark oil that I received and the postpartum bath IDs phys called. Back fits bath there it is I can't wait to. Lying the bathtub after baby and just enjoy myself. But let's talk about your skincare line. What is what is Montana skincare? How'd you come up with the name? What products do offer tells about like this whole journey yeah, Abou- in how your mom inspired it. Yeah. So modern organics is basically a simple plan face care line devoted to mothers and just kind of help navigate distress that pregnancy in early maternity kind of brings with say if in fun ways to pamper yourself in your growing belly but just also that self care aspect of creating that moment for yourself, it really comes through in our products and I wanted to really create something that I felt was safe in fun for MOMS to enjoy. During pregnancy and after and when creating the brand in finding the name was actually a really unique coffee for me because I had to really look to motherhood my own mom and my daughter and my daughter's name is Netanyahu, which in Hebrew means God's gift and that really resonated with me really love them meaning so much because I gonNA lose women that at a young age I knew I wanted to be a mom it was just one of those. Things like I always wanted to be a mom you know I I saw myself being this working mother never a soccer mom but I just always Selena most likely Napoli herself with a Mile Yeah. Yeah. So when I became a mom at twenty six seeing age, my mom became a mother not planned at all. It was like just such a miracle for me and so the name really resonated with me and when I was looking to my daughter and my mom. Montana just came in mind because in Hebrew that means gift. So I really loved that it had that cultural background but that me that you know that I really wanted to share the knowledge support in a widely wanted to give mothers that nurturing safe fun way to pamper themselves. So just as the NAIPAUL's that kind of gift remains part of the mothers that we nourish. but yeah, that's that's kind of like a little bit of the background. How I came up with the name in stuff We're you know we're kind of early on you know I, have a stretch mark oil instance bath, and both of them kind of again always keeping in mind how I want to like. Create a skincare. That's really mother's. Centered I couldn't find anything when I was pregnant in terms of oils that was fast absorbing save accessible just easy to put on in a lot of my friends as well. Overall consensus was like, Oh, I am do not use oils I. Typically use creams and lotions because oils are just sticky there messy. They get all over my clothes so I really wanted to create something that was easy to put on, but that would hydrate your skin at all day in. You could just put it on, put your blouse on and get going
Fresh update on "montana" discussed on Rick Hamada
"Welcome to the Olympic programme. It's Friday hastily. I've been watching Yellowstone. Have you? Have you seen Yellowstone with Kevin Costner? I've heard really good things about it, but I have not seen it. It is fantastic. Really. It is fantastic. Yeah. Ah, and ah, you know, I've had two days so I will have done is watched Yellowstone last couple of days was in bed. Ah and ah, it just gets better and better, but I have a hard time. You know it is. I don't want to give away anything. So you know there's some obvious things, but he's building in the first season as a really bad guy. You know, you don't want to be like your father. You don't want to be like him. He's a really bad guy. I really like his character. Um and I You know everything in it. It makes me want to live in a place like Montana where you know, not all. Not all of it. I want to be really careful. Not all of it because some of it is very corrupt. But.
Meet Stagecoach Mary
"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.
"Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of
The Rise of the Ratty Muscle Cars
"Hello my friends and welcome back to another episode of talking Mo- part before we kick things off, I just wanted to announce that. In case you have not heard the build Mo- par project car has been chosen and we. The people have decided that the modern Hemi will be going into a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock tribute car, so now Hemi pages is on the hunt for nineteen sixty eight dodge DART hardtop to use as the platform for the built. So if you or anyone you know is selling a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART. Please reach out to my friends over a Hemi pages. You can go to Henry Pages. Dot. Dot Com or even build. Mo-. Par Dot com and reach out to those guys and let him know what you got. This is going to be a really exciting build, and if you didn't get a chance to vote on the first round, be sure to vote in on the next rounds and also tell all your friends about this project. We need to blow this thing up. We need to get thousands. Hundreds of thousands hopefully, millions of people involved in this and just see what we can come up with as a community I'm sure we can cook up something crazy, so that should be really fun. Maybe you've got a moped project. Project you're building or maybe you just went out and bought yourself your I. Mo par. Maybe it's not a show car. Maybe it's a little ratty. That's what we're talking about here today. I WanNa talk about the rise of the ratty muscle cars, because it seems to me that in the past few years, these ratty muscle cars and radio trucks have blown up. They are huge right now and I think I have the answer as to why this is occurring, but you know. I think it's multifaceted, but I really liked the movement I think it's an awesome movement. I think. It opened some doors for people that would otherwise not be able. Able to get into a muscle car. I think it lowers the barrier for entry for people like myself that don't have a lot of money can't buy show winning car that can't buy a fully restored Khuda or something crazy like that, but maybe you found a ratty mo par in your local classifieds for a couple of grand that needed a little bit of work, but you could tow it home and get running and driving lickety-split and get it on the road. That is Iraqi muscle car, and that's what I like to see. I love to see these cars on the road and not rotting into the ground. I think it's awesome. So now that we're warmed up, let's get this show on the road. This week project car the week is actually a truck that was posted on Wednesday July twenty, second at three PM, and going with the theme of ratty muscle cars and ratty trucks I thought this was a perfect fit, and it also happens to be really cool and has a ton of potential and would make an excellent project vehicle for anybody that wants to get in the Mo- par game and doesn't have a lot of coin in their pocket, so let's get into the at. Nineteen Seventy Dodge D. One hundred short box, five, thousand, six, hundred ninety five dollars Columbia Falls Montana lowered six inches the right way twenty inch wheels out back in eighteen inch up front wheels and tires, brand, new three eighteen auto, call or text titles. Status is clean. All right folks what we have here is what appears to be a running driving nineteen seventy truck. And it's got a cool Patina on it. It is not a show truck by any means if you think you're going to get. Show quality paint, and no dense dings or bumps bruises. You are wrong now. In case you're new to the show. I am a huge fan of mope par trucks and especially the nineteen seventy two to nineteen eighty, because I do have seventy six myself but I really love the early swept lines, and they have a ton of potential, but the good thing about trucks. For some reason they look amazing when their team it out. Maybe it's just me and now don't get me wrong I. Do love a beautiful. Beautiful Show Truck I. Love Him. I think they're gorgeous. There's something about an old. You know for lack of a better term farm truck that I really like especially ones that are slightly customized. You know little lowered with some nice wheels. They just have a personality and its personality that I really liked the nice thing about this one is that runs drives so like many of the other project cars? We've talked about the past. You can go out and enjoy this thing while you work on it this. This thing is good to go scout brand, new wheels and tires on it, and you know what it runs and drives. It's got a three eighteen in it, so you can keep three eighteen, or you can upgrade. Get a modern. Hemi, you know five thousand this. You could probably get this trump for five grand,
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake welcome second child after top secret pregnancy
"Number two for Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. You're probably surprised as they welcome their second child shouldn't be excused for that. Apparently managing to keep the whole pregnancy a secret. According to the Daily Mail due to the pandemic, they've been holed up in Montana with her five year old son, Silas. Well, the only way to
More grim records as virus continues march across nation
"More states are setting Graeme coronavirus records as the outbreak continues across the nation new positive cases had been dropping in Arizona this week but shot back up yesterday we see increases across the board as governor Doug Ducey sounded the alarm there Florida hit one hundred twenty deaths its most since early may to go with its biggest twenty four hour jumping hospitalizations the governor Ron DeSantis is urging calm you take precautions but there's no need to be panicked Oregon Missouri and Montana once again broke state records for the highest single day increases in confirmed cases Mississippi has one of the nation's fastest growing positive rates and its five biggest hospitals have already run out of ICU beds Sager mag ani Washington
Montana court blocks ballot collection law
"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez a Montana court has blocked a ballot collection on the state which tribes a native advocates say restricts the right to vote for native Americans Yellowstone County District Court granted a preliminary injunction Tuesday halting the. Montana Bala Interference Prevention Act Tribes and native vote. Soon saying the law would disenfranchise native voters, especially those in rural areas by ending the practice, a ballot collection by vote organizers who transport ballots to tribal election offices, native groups and British Columbia to fight on after a major legal defeat as down, carpenter reports the Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an indigenous appeal of the Trans Mountain pipeline of all the dismissal. Dismissal came as usual with no explanation from Canada's highest court, and a now effectively upholds a lower court decision, approving the project as sound was also the last known legal option to overturn federal government approval of the project government leaders say they worked hard to accommodate concerns that native communities had, but they welcome the court's decision, saying it's an important project for. For Canada but several first nations in BC say they will keep the fight against the Trans about pipeline expansion, going chiefly at George Wilson is with the sale with tooth first nation, it is a major setback for a reconciliation in reduces consultation to a purely procedural requirement. George Wilson says the ruling is not the end she will consult with their community before deciding. Deciding on the next step, other opponents say they will continue to push back some vowing that the expansion will never be completed. Government leaders say the project will provide nearly forty nine hundred jobs, and will triple the amount of Alberta oil, flowing to terminals on the West, coast, and then by tanker to overseas markets for National Native News I'm Dan Carp Chuck. The US Supreme Court's refusal to reinstate water crossing permits for the keystone pipeline puts construction on hold as environmental studies are conducted, an attorney says those studies should have been done years ago Victoria. Wicks reports a Montana. Federal Court ruled in May that the US army. Corps of Engineers use of a fast track permit was insufficient for oil and gas pipelines. Judge Brian Morris's decision applied to all new oil and. And Gas Pipelines in the country Morris isn't junction nationwide permit. Twelve was affirmed by the ninth circuit. Court of Appeals last month, and the corps of Engineers then asked the US Supreme Court to overturn that Decision Doug as a senior attorney with the Sierra, Club. He says it's important to note that both higher courts have now affirmed Judge Morris decision in the K. Excel case there's no doubt so far. Far In either the ninth circuit opinion or the supreme. Court decision that that ruling was cracked. So you know we're confident that that the night circuit will find the same on appeal. Hayes says the core now has to complete a thorough environmental study for the K. xl before it can be built I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota. The United National Indian Tribal, Youth Organization or unity has gone viral. Viral this year and light of the ongoing pandemic. The gathering continues this week as Christine Trudeau Reports Unity Executive Director Mary. Kim Titlists says as native youth continue to play a vital role and tribal communities combating covid nineteen. It's important for them to take time to connect with peers at workshops, shirt, talents and build on self care techniques to help navigate stress and anxiety management amid lockdowns and isolation what? Conference has to offer is a message of hope and empowerment, just connecting with each other I think that's really important. During this pandemic is that we connect with each other and we inspire each other registration is free at Unity Inc Dot Org, those with limited WIFI access can still participate by telephone or received content via thumb drive I'm Christine, Trudeau and Antonio Gonzalez.
Supreme Court upholds exemptions to Obamacare contraceptive mandate
"And now as promised, we're going to talk about these two Supreme court decisions that were rendered Earlier this morning and a 7 to 2 vote. The Supreme Court ruled this morning in favor of two California churches, arguing they should not have to face employment discrimination lawsuits brought by former teachers. The ruling makes it so that religious schools are exempt from most employment discrimination claims, expanding religious freedom, and the Supreme Court today also cleared the way for the Trump administration to expand exemptions for employers who have religious or moral objections to Complying with Obama's care, Obamacare's contraceptive mandate and we're going to talk with David Levin, Professor. You see Hastings College of the law about these rulings and other Supreme Court decision is expected to come. Welcome David Levin. Always good to have you with us. Good morning. Good morning to you and well, we got a couple of examples here. The court, citing with religious groups and religious liberty, don't wait. We sure do. I think this is gonna end up being a trilogy with one from a couple weeks ago involving those private schools in Montana, where the Supreme Court said that Montana and many other states could not limit public school funds. That school's off school funds to go to religious schools and in these two as you, said, the one involving two schools down in Southern California, where 11 plaintiff alleged that she was the victim of a discrimination. The other plaintiff alleges that she was Victim of disability discrimination because she had told the school that she had breast cancer in both cases is to teachers were not given new contracts well, the Supreme Court said that under was called the Ministerial Exception. The's teachers who are primarily secular teachers. They teach things like English math spelling to fifth and sixth graders, but they also letter daily prayer. They also at least from a workbook did some religious instruction that that was enough for them to come within the ministerial exception. And basically, it's for this for the institution. In this case, the Catholic schools to say who it is, who is responsible for inculcating students with faith, etcetera, and that the government shouldn't second guess that opinion by seven to to the Supreme Court agreed with that idea, so it blows a huge hole. Ian Discrimination Law your number earlier in the term. That was the case about protection of lesbian and gays in transgender under title seven well in the religious school contacts that's gone this morning. And then if you want to go into the second, we're going to the 2nd 1 I want to. I want to break them down with you. But okay, we'll come back. Alright. The other one's called litter Sisters of the poor, and this has to do with the contraception mandate in the affordable care act and this causes. The statute requires contraception to be included among the health. The kind of Procedures that are available under the affordable health care under Obamacare, and that's caused some consternation. We've had other cases the famous hobby lobby case, saying that well if a privately held corporation and religious scruples they didn't have to offer contraception and then the Supreme Court in the year that Justice Scalia died. I asked the parties, the Obama administration and the parties, including the Little Sisters of the Poor, the lead plaintiff here to try and come up with some accommodation because the little sisters even objected to the idea that they would have to tell their health insurers that they didn't want to give the contraception. Coverage. And so instead, the by this point in the Trump administration was involved because of the change of administration in the Trump administration, came up with a very broad exemption was for religious and moral reasons that you could just as an employer. You could just say we don't want to provide contraceptive. Coverage. And while there's some nuance to it, basically as you stand by 70 to Justice Thomas for the majority said that was okay that we could have this big big exception. In the affordable care act both for religion and for moral
Officials announce 14-day quarantine for travelers coming into Chicago airports from COVID-19 hotspots
"Greg Abbott is declaring a public mask mandate effective today and in Chicago is now requiring travelers from certain hot spots to quarantine for two weeks. This will impact people from 15 different states for states, including Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Montana, announcing record highs in daily reported cases foxes actually Stromeyer Nationwide. Yesterday's 55,000 reported cases is the most in one day in the U. S. President Trump gives an early Fourth of July speech of Mount Rushmore. Tonight, there's a military fly over a fireworks show. Aboutthe wildfire risk from the fireworks Healthy Cody Attorney General Jason Rounds, Berg tells Fox were always worried about it. But we've taken proper precautions to mitigate those potential damages, and I think we're going to be just fine. Today. America's listing to Fox News Thiss
U.S. reports 55,000 COVID-19 cases in single day, hits new global record
"US cases reported yesterday. Four states Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Montana, announcing record highs and daily reported cases. President Trump tweeting the rise in cases because of the amount of testing happening around the US writing. In part, there is a rising coronavirus cases because our testing is so massive and so good, far bigger and better than any other country. This is great news. But even better news is that death and the death rate is down. Foxes actually Strohmeyer in
Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools
"The past two weeks of Supreme Court rulings have not been encouraging after a disastrous ruling last week. And Bostock, arbitrarily expanded of rights protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity this week, according June medical all but handcuffed meaningful state efforts to restrict abortion finally yesterday, some good news, the Supreme Court by a five four vote held its ground on discrimination against religious education in espionage versus Department of Revenue The court ruled that a state tax credit which discriminates against religious schools in the families whose children attend or hope to attend them violates the First Amendment Free Exercise Clause. This case dates back to two thousand fifteen when the state of Montana created a dollar for dollar tax. Tax Credit for individuals who donate to organizations that provide scholarships to private school students after creating the program, the Montana Department of revenue ruled that such a tax credit. If used to scholarship, students for religious private schools would violate the state's version of the Blaine Amendment, which prohibits state funding of religious education well. Kendra Espinosa, a single mom, who works extra jobs, so her kids can attend a Christian school challenge the Department of Revenue's ruling in court in late, two, thousand, eighteen, the Montana Supreme Court acknowledged that the department's ruling probably ran afoul of the US constitutions free exercise clause, however instead of overturning the ruling. It just invalidated the entire program well. Thankfully, that didn't work in. In his opinion. Chief Justice John Roberts said that went. Otherwise eligible recipients are disqualified from public benefit solely because of their religious character. We must apply strict scrutiny that statements a reference to the Trinity Lutheran Decision, which was a case successfully argued by the alliance defending freedom back in two thousand seventeen strict scrutiny means that the action can only be justified by a compelling governmental interest. Montana lacked a compelling governmental interest. Instead the state argued that the law serve Montana's interest in separating church and state more fiercely than the federal constitution while Montana's interest replied Justice Roberts is actually limited by the Constitution, specifically the free exercise clause in other words, the establishment clause and the free exercise. Exercise clause cannot be pitted against each other. The separation of church and state can't be done by discriminating against the church. And religion is not some secondary part of the First Amendment even more. Roberts continued Montana's attempt to sweep the free exercise problem and had under the rug by just invalidating the whole program doesn't change what he called Montana's error, a federal law after all because of the Trinity. Lutheran decision the Montana Court already knew the department's ruling was unconstitutional, but instead of applying the decision as it should have hit, just invalidated the whole program to make absolutely sure that religious schools received no aid ban action. Itself violated the free exercise clause according to Roberts a state. Need not subsidize private education, but once a state decides to do so. It cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious. Liberty opinion is a resounding repudiation of dozens of Blaine amendments and other states as well originally targeted to limit Catholic education. These amendments provide legal cover for treating religious institutions and the people who depend on them. Ask second-class Citizens Roberts made it as clear as possible that day, and we are not Roberts also rejected a suggestion by Justice Briar, which he called a quote, flexible context Pacific approach that may well vary from case to case religious. And citizens he said should not be at the mercy of courts waxing philosophical about the purposes of the religion clauses, and then applying them on some ad hoc basis, not dimension. It's hard to imagine how briars flexible content specific approach could be applied to any other right such as abortion, and perhaps the best part of this ruling. It offers a roadmap for Christians who hope to help people like Kendra Espinosa Afford Christian education. The Montana program can serve as A. A model for other states could even open the door for other solutions such as vouchers. Educational Innovation has long been among the best gift. Christians have to give to the wider world. This is an open door for us to become even more creative today. That's why this decision is such good news after the earthquakes from the court in the past couple of weeks, it's certainly nice to have some solid ground on which to stand
Supreme Court makes religious school education eligible for public aid
"The Supreme Court has made it easier for religious schools to obtain public funding. Upholding a scholarship program in Montana that allows state tax credits for private schooling. Montana's highest court had struck down that tax credit is a violation of the state constitutions ban on state aid to religious schools. The opinion is a huge win for supporters of school choice programs like the Trump Administration. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos calls the ruling a historic victory for America's students. American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten called the ruling a seismic shock threatens both public education. And religious liberty
Supreme Court strikes down Montana ban on state funding of religious schools
"Supreme Court has issued a decision in favour of parents who send their Children to religious schools. The court ruled that the state of Montana violated the constitution when it kept religious schools out of a state scholarship program funded by tax credits. The decision was 5 to 4. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the other court Conservatives.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Are the. Don't you think with buying? They're gonNA. They're gonNA. Hope that their virtual. No let's get with the program here. Okay, fight on stage. The on on that. Are. Long shot. They're not going to get into a fistfight. Just now they're not going to have to send in the police to pull them out of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. That's not going to happen either. I think there's a chance again the fistfight. Well Biden. Got, the temper right by your Biden Scott. This short fuse, tough guy ability. At least we think of him that way or we used to him. If. He does that circle and stuff that he did with Hillary. During their at the bank that would be cried vital Kurt vital. Turn Around Slam I. Have and I said this to you before. How is it and maybe it's happened and we just don't know about it. How is it with somebody that is so has such a Boli tendency, and then on top that is so limited intelligence wise. How is it that somebody like trump being in his many big meetings in new? York over his many years professional years. How is it that he didn't get his ass kicked in several times. Let alone once. How is it that? In New York didn't come over a boardroom table and beat the living crap out of him at some point. You know. Maybe he suffered, and then we think. Give him credit for. Tommy. Tommy people that live to take on the tough guy in New, York. I mean you're gonNA. Tell me that somebody you know. The D- got bullied in in a meeting or looked at this dude and realized what a despicable human being is didn't go. Across the table after after you call him a name. I just can't believe that that didn't happen, but we have it at this point. Yeah I would think so. I would think so. It is surprising that this guy has hasn't gotten beaten up. Right but maybe. Unless he's walked into every meeting with security people. That may be true, but still I know a lot of dudes. The cared about that they would've. They would've gotten to him. Somehow someway. I saw him a Yankee, stadium, when I was covering a playoff, he was sitting in the box plexiglass, separating us right next to me. He didn't have any security around them. I mean. Tom There are people I know that just cheating in golf. Those stories are legendary with this guy. WHAT A serial cheater! He is in the game of golf. You know if there was any real money involved in any of these matches. It's amazing. He didn't get his ass kicked after one of those I don't know. What was your so biden versus trump fistfight odds I don't know, but that would be I mean. This would go hand-in-hand with your September October. October tumultuous you know, run up to the election period which you know I don't disagree with I. Think we could be headed for a lot of that in the fall. I just think anything is possible. Yeah. Anything is as possible. It's funny how? He just you know. I don't WanNa. Go there. I don't WanNa go there. It's surprising to me that as much as he mouths off on twitter. That the Seattle situation actually hasn't been solved by lot quote. Law and order closed quote. That would be one of those Ri- would think at this point. There'd be an overwhelming desire by most normal people to end experiment, but apparently. Aren't we not? Not. did.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"But I also pointed out that for those people expecting the the last remnants of the Marshall Legacy the name to fall I said, don't hold your breath. That's not happening anytime soon. Why. Well, well, for one reason. We've talked about this and you were right about this a couple years ago. I thought that and I lost. I lost the betsy on this that the name was going to change. They had the Oneida nation to Sinoe boss Ray. halladay brighter cowbridge. She's very high. And he had a lot of money and a lot of corporate influence and I thought well. This is the guy that that that movement needs to get behind it in order to force the NFL force. The redskins saints name. While the the poll that came out and thousand sixteen in the Washington Post. where show that nine out of ten native Americans weren't offended by the name, the same exact result from the anniversary poll eleven twelve years earlier that killed. That tells the the momentum that they had going, and then I was became convinced that that's the name is not just not going to be changed, and now you know getting swept up in the black lives matter movement. The name has been has been brought into that and it's there's a revival of the movement to change the name, but you have talked about this and I agree with you is the financial damage to dance. Snyder or saints in the name Redskins to something else is something that he he can't. He can't endure. It would be devastating. News.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Baseball when if they get lucky and started season I. Don't see how they ended. And if this is what baseball is still with now, what the healthy nfl could to be feeling. What's in September and October? I mean it's crazy I, mean you really is? Unpredictable. You're making plans for something that you have absolutely. No, it's it's. It's like trying to fly to the moon, and you're about to send the first rocket up. You know and you have no idea for to work, but it fol- people. Yes It's like the first time somebody tried ski jumping like. How do you do that for the first time where you're doing flips in the air well, we'll see what happens. Nobody. Any of this is gonNA work they don't they. Don't you know I I? Think I mentioned this to you on Thursday because I, forget when I had this conversation with Howard Gutman who listened to the podcast and Was Obama's. Belgian ambassador and he's been a listener to the show. And he and I had this long conversation, because he's working with a company that spans in his working on a scanner to scan for Covid, nineteen something that would be put at every single stadium and arena, but anyway to make a long story short one of the things he said to me is they're basically all going into this? hoping they don't have. They can't possibly predict what will happen. They're hoping baseball basketball is the NHL is to get through this season, so then get their money from the TV networks without somebody adding seriously ill, but the first time somebody gets seriously ill, or these games are so compromised because of the loss of players dude due to positive tests. it's Right now, especially, in the more and more, we get closer to this thing, and as the positive tests keep going up nationwide in spots that you thought weren't going to be hot spots in the warm weather was gonna take care of all this and we're seeing all the increased infections, and a lot of that is probably because of the increase testing. You know I'm not suggesting that it isn't clemson tested twenty-three pop players the other day. Positive Texas the. How are they possibly right now? Going to get to a football season where they're going to have enough players that aren't in quarantine to play games. I don't know, Kevin. I don't know how they're going to do it. I mean I'm very skeptical of their ability to be able to do it. And it's and you know we can argue and like. You pointed out some of the rise in the corona virus numbers are certainly related to war testing. You know that's obvious. But? It's the fear factor as well. The reality is is is is. Is Important, but people's fears.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Respect is who died unfortunately. and Now it's Tony Clark who I think fifteen years. In the major leagues and I just think he's overmatched and it's. You've got bad leadership. Heading for things that are going to be even uglier. once this thing gets by them. Will you're right I? Mean in looking at this the the owners the owners could cancel the season altogether, but then there would be major grievances. They're going to what appeared to be the. largest number of games without an expanded postseason, which is sixty. There was a discussion that they could go as low as forty eight, and but but almost everything. I've read these players. They may go back to work, and we'll get to the health stuff here. In a second, they may go back to work, but there's a grievance forthcoming, and this is really this is basically a player's going back to work under duress for the lack of a better description They're not happy about it. The owners aren't happy about it and the difference when all was said and done is ten games. Because if they had come to an agreement on say, sixty, five, instead of sixty or seventy counterproposal, they would have gotten expanded playoff format from the players, and it would have worked out much better not not not to mention you would've had labor peace again for the lack of a better description. They have an agreement currently. It's really mind boggling, and now like this should have been the. This is what I was GonNa say to you. This should have been the easy part. The tough part is baseball getting the players comfortable that they're going to take care of them. Health wise and. I always said that the harder part. Harder part, but it's it's so much harder than even the first time you said it because of all the increased in cove in one, thousand, nine hundred. Infections nationwide and now all of the positive tests within organizations like the phillies the other day. And I I just think you know you're going to have enough players. With the fear planted in their minds, and that's their minds and their wives minds. About you know undertaking something like this I just. I, don't see how. I mean. I don't see how.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
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"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Never been to. Montana! I've been to Montana a few times, but the first time I went to Montana I think I've told you about this trip, my. Twenty one junior year college summer, my Buddy Mike and I basically did this drive away service. Where we drove a family that had moved from DC to actually northern California. We drove their car. They paid for all the gas and the idea was back. Then even if they have these things anymore where you drive their car out for them, and they told us before we took it. Take as much time as you want. And we did and one of the we spent a I'll never never forget this, so yellowstone park is Wyoming and then I guess it would be southwest. Montana basically is yellowstone I'd have to look at a map to see exactly, but I remember we were in. We drove all night from wherever we words. It's like. We're already a few days into the trip minimum and We pulled the car over in Yellowstone Park. And fell asleep. It was in June. We woke up the next morning shivering as our car Wisconsin with snow. This is in June and there are. There are mule deer, which are the big huge, dear walking around the car. I mean big animals walking around the car and we're like Holy Shit. Around here, we're out here in it now. I'm pulling up a map to see if I have that right. I'm pretty sure. Yellowstone is mostly in Wyoming, but a sliver of it is in if it's in Wyoming, which is south. Montana it would be North West Wyoming and southwest Montana. Why can't I find a map of yellowstone? Anyway I think that's IT I. May have that wrong. Where most of its in Montana, in just a sliver of it is in Wyoming, but I think I have that right? I think I. Have that right could be wrong. Anyway I can't find oh here it is. I'm right. I'm A. I'm right. Here is Yellowstone National Park looks like it's mostly in Wyoming and yes, there's a sliver of it in Montana. And somehow we were in the Montana portion of the park, and that was the first time in Montana Tommy that trip we were on our way. We'd made our way from rapid city South Dakota where we spent a few days because there was a great dog track. Track in rapid city, so we were there, and then we were in yellowstone in the next stop for us was Tahoe because we had to go to Tahoe. Where a buddy of ours hit his sister lived in truckee. California which is part of Lake Tahoe, and she was moving back to the east coast, and we had worked out that we're going to pick up her car, which was a Ford Escort I'll never forget it. We drove a Honda. A Honda accord out picked up her ford escort in Truckee California, and she said the same thing I'll pay for your gas and she gave us back then. You needed a gas card if you recall. And we had a gas card from her for the for that car, and then we had that car basically in we told her. If we take your car back, we may not be back until August and we weren't. We left in mid June. We were back in mid August. It was a two month trip. We spent a lot of time in northern California. My buddies uncle's place, which was in a rather beautiful location in. In that whole pebble beach area down there, but and then we spent probably a week to two weeks in southern California, but that was the first time I've got a mantra that was. That was a trip we were looking. Years ago, we were looking for the pictures of that trip and I think he's got him. I thought I had them in a box. But he must have them but Yeah, it was it was. It was a great trip that included a lot of gambling and then a forty eight hour. I think I've told you this before. A forty eight hour non stop trip. From L. A. TO DC. It was mid August we were done we. We're ready to get home. We were out of money. We had a gas card and maybe like fifty bucks, and we drove forty eight straight hours from La to DC forget. We left on a Friday at seven and arrived Sunday night ten o'clock East Coast time we to gas court. We had a gas card and we'd fifty bucks for some food along the way, and that was it. We took to our shifts, and we drove forty eight straight hours God's honest truth that you can make it from la DC and forty eight hours. that. Truckin Baby, oh. We were truck and. We were talking we'd had it. We'd been gone for a while at that point and we were ready to get home, plus we had no money, and basically the promise to our parents were that we wouldn't wire for money because they didn't really you know. They wanted my father wanted me working that summer. What do you mean you know? Get A job. No, we're GONNA try. We're going to see what happens with this thing it was it was it was it was a blast, but yes, there is. There's money in Montana brother. There's some real money in those places. That surprises me I didn't know that, and there's obviously a lot of you know. I mean real tough. Rural towns to that are probably really in trouble. Anyway? Well I like I like the series so far I wouldn't say it's a great series, but I liked it. I've been to Helena. That's the other place I've been to. Went there to I wanNA say with Smith's a supermarket chain. Back in the ninety s nice place to be from. Wouldn't be a great place to live in necessarily, but places like Bozeman. You know in a lot of those Ranch places in God. It's beautiful country out there I'll tell you what I mean. We're GONNA see what happens with our cities. You know because of covid nineteen in particular population density but a lot of those places probably seem pretty attractive to a lot of people right now. Probably. A quick word about hydrant than we'll get to some topics of the day. top performers in business and sports often attribute their success to their morning routine whether it's waking up early setting.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Speak to this guy on my playlist some iphone. It's a catchy song. Is it good well? Go back and watch the master again when I mean you have time after. You know a a walk and a few calls. Go Watch the watch that movie and tell me if you think I'm right. I was disappointed at the ending. That's all. Philip Seymour Hoffman, but in Charlie Wilson's war was so good, God we. See a great actor. Absolutely boogie nights boogie nights at slowly played in boogie nights, yeah! Yeah, absolutely. I'm watching the series. Now called Yellowstone here my God I. I've heard about it. You know before I watched this movie over the weekend I was looking at. Should I start a series and I went and read like the first couple of descriptions of the first two episodes of yellowstone which Kevin Costner. And others and I thought about starting it, so tell me, is it worth it? I think it's worth it. It took me a couple of episodes to really get invested in the characters and I'd liked it. That's it. It's got this law that other series like a pet first of all everybody. Everybody in the show is evil. It's not a good person to be found anywhere, but even evil people like to make a joke once in a while. You know there's not a mile in the whole theory. Not One man that's kind of like that series. It was another Western that I watched a few years ago may have been one full season on HBO. And it was really dark. No not dead words. Well that's that's it's. It's pretty dark I. mean there's not there's no redeeming qualities than anybody anywhere, but I'm caught.
"montana" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"And we've got so much to catch up on because it's been since Thursday. Since we talked I didn't do a podcast yesterday. I did plan to take the day off I would have had to take the day off anyway for those of you that all already heard me. Regale about my back injury from the weekend. You can check out for twenty seconds. But I wrecked my back. Tommy you've known me for a long time. And you remember some of those days in studio. Where I had some back issues and I'd have to stand up in almost do the show standing up every once in a while. It has an I i. haven't had this happened to me in a long time. It's been a couple of years since I got myself into position where it's hard for me to sit. It's hard for me to dry for more than fifteen minutes. I'm on everything right now. I'm on a super anti-inflammatory I've got some pain meds like you did. Not Going to tell you which ones because it's very very sensitive, information very private. But I. I have not been in this much bat. For those of you that are just joining the program I've had to lower back surgeries, but both of those were more than ten years ago. Now you know I had to lower back L, five s one. His and you know Mike Orthopedic at the time. Told me look. You'RE GONNA? End Up having to get your back fused at some point and he sort of. It could be you know you'll get another decade. Added this hopefully as long as you don't do stupid things and keep your core strong, and all these different things, which I haven't done consistently but Oh, my God i I knew exactly what the issue is, if I'm in a car for a long period of time, and I get out and go basically right to the I -I, which is what happened Sunday without advil without sort of warming up then I'm at. At risk, and by about the fifth or sixth hole, I was in trouble. Sunday so much so that I did have to get some of these pain meds, but good right now I feel really good. You know what I just found out about my studio here and the table in which I have my microphone and my desktop and a lot of different equipment I just found that this is a stand or sit table, did you? Do you have one of those? Everything I own. Everything. Because sitting is the new smoking. Tommy might I, didn't have it plugged in, but there's been this thing on the edge of the table. The this little button thing with an Arrow Down Arrow and I've always wondered what the hell was well. Apparently, this table goes up and it comes down. If you want to stand in work, you can stand in work, or you can put it down and you can sit in work. It just hadn't been plugged in yet. So I, you know we had some phone issues here and so I had the guy in, and he was fixing the phone, and so he said Hey you know you're you're up. Stand. Sit isn't plugged in. Did you know that? Did you even know you had that? I said I had no idea so. This is really cool because I can I. Don't know if you can hear this or not. I can hear you. Can you hear that noise? That's going up and now I don't hear it annoy then it comes down I know you hear me. And Anyway I'm able to stand now and. Do the show which is good news today while I'm recovering which. I'm going to be fine, no, no need to feel. Any empathy towards me. I'm going to be fine. I've never yesterday was a planned day off. so I have still never missed a day of work for any injury, and maybe only one or two for sickness over the last sixteen or seventeen years. I'm proud of that as you know. It Oh. You you sound like a train wreck. Only four I don't you're not like you've done something. Well the meds are helping this morning. The meds your helping got a little painkiller in me again. I would if you shared your pain killer information with me a few months ago I'd be I'd be wide open to sharing it with you, but I'm not going to was very. Let's listen. A couple of days in the DA starts knocking on your door. Buddy, then you'll be sorry. I wanted to tell you because I mentioned this before we get started and I asked you. If you seen a movie that I watched over the weekend for the first time, the name of the movie is the master. It's with walking Phoenix and Philip. Seymour Hoffman. Amy Adams in. I E there's probably another person that I'm forgetting. It's one of those Paul Thomas Anderson. Movies I'd seen it I'm a big walking Phoenix Fan. I really loved the joker. I forgot if we talked about that or not. I'm assuming that we did I think. The joker was outstanding in terms of walking Phoenix's latest movie I'd never seen the master, and my son Corbin said to me. You've got to watch this movie, and so for whatever reason I sat down and I watched the movie over the weekend. and. I've heard how great this movie is. Now you you saw you've seen it in. You really liked it right? It's from Twenty Yeah Twenty. Two thousand twelve something like that it was made. Twelve, okay.
Baby Steps to Finding Sober Community
"Hi everyone welcome to recovery. Happy Hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stop drinking I'm your host Tricia and when I was chugging Martinis and twenty fifteen I never thought that in twenty twenty. I'd be this obsessed with putting alcohol based products on my hands. Thank you for joining me. The next couple of weeks, episodes are going to be featuring binge. Drinking Stories before I celebrate the big second birthday of recovery. Happy hour coming up soon to There's going to be pretty big giveaway for that, so keep your eyes on social media for those details coming up, but binge drinking can be just as bad of a problem as daily drinking, and if you're a binge drinker, yes, you can still become addicted to alcohol, even though it seems socially acceptable to binge drink, you know we see it on movies. TV Magazines Music Real Housewives. You name it. And every person on this show about it always says it's just this thing you feel like you're supposed to do. I know that the connection between binge drinking and being social events are deeply intertwined. It's just not super common for people to start out as a solo artist in the beginning of binge drinking career. You know and today's guests. Carla has a story of binge drinking social events. Carla and I met in the spring of two thousand nineteen last year, when I was hosting my first virtual happy hour on zoom, which by the way people didn't really get what I was doing at the time, and it turns out I. was just way ahead of my time in corona had to cut you all up with me. Karla was an. Eighty when we met at this hour and she was doing the thing you know learning how to. Events as sober person learning how to speak up about having non alcoholic drink options at work. Happy hours learning how to spend weekends doing stuff sober attending online happy hours, strangers named Tricia, and in baby steps she branched out to even booking a ticket to a sober retreat in. Montana was seventy five strangers and eventually started planning her own events. You'll hear about towards the end of the episode. I'll let explain the rest of that, but I want you to listen to her story with the understanding that life does not automatically invite you to the sober party unless you start putting yourself out there to let the world know that you WanNa. Be on the guest list. Right, now during Corona everything, is a web meet up, which is the easiest way to put yourself out there and start connecting with other people online who don't drink. And guess what. Everyone else is doing it right now, too, so there's even more people to connect with, and you don't feel like a Weirdo. Super Great Way to take baby steps out into the sober social world. Here's another life hack. I learned pretty quickly I? Know we all have an obsession with finding a way to hang out with our friends who drink and pretend like nothing has changed. I get it I have been there. In the truth is it's different in different doesn't really mean it's worse, or it's better, but sometimes it's a bummer because we want things to be the same, and then things are different, and it's easy to get disappointed about that. But I've learned that sober people in groups often tend to be a little more fun than drunk people in groups. Yeah, it's true you'll hear a lot about that. In the next two episodes, and once you start letting loose with other people who don't use alcohol to have fun anymore. You might figure out you don't necessarily want to go back to hanging out with your drinking friends and trying to keep everything the same as it was. Maybe that awkward period of learning to be social is what's teaching you? What Fun really means now? Maybe fun is totally different than you ever thought. It was because you were trying to have someone else's version of fun and not your own. You get to decide what fun looks like. If you're bored and you want to be social. I think the best way to make that happen in baby steps especially right now with most of the country's still being in quarantine is to go ahead and try some online groups. I'M GONNA. Put links up in the show notes, so you can check these out yourself. I used cafe pretty regularly for their first few years of sobriety I made tons of friends that I talked to on the phone like four times a day every day, and I met friends in person at retreats through this group as well.
The Wimbledon Groundsman and the pursuit of grass court perfection
"Finishing touches sharing that from the. Painters and Decorators around obviously were hardware His. Busy time. Everything's going well minus. And I can eat briefly explain. What your role is Wimbledon, what is it? So I'm. Chania grindstone for the championship coach. So my role until recall into. Neil Sibley head coaching culture. I'm working alongside. Practice course as well. So between the three of his way, Organiz the work for the team. About the daily jokes. and. How did you get into this role world because it's quite a niche profession, so did you kind of always in enter end up being. A groundsman is grounds keeping the correct terminology for for your profession. Were staff. Syrup Grimes GRANDPA MOM. Yeah, no I didn't always plan on being. Agrarians groundsman kind of wanted to be a state you, which was pretty boring. and. A levels didn't. Go to plan. saw. I decided to change tax and. Find a course a college impression. Round my for college. To do a diploma in Rasual. So I applied to that thinking if I can get into this second work at Liverpool and. Poland get to watch the football was. And so after after being there for for a year, they when? The Northern Montana Manchester. From the head groundsman there to Wimbledon after picnics, Brandon for a little bit decided my next placement with A. Wimbledon show. Of course add to six month
"montana" Discussed on Hostage
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"montana" Discussed on Hostage
"To no avail by early April. Three weeks. Into the tense standoff. The temperature was changing among the freemen. And they're out of state helpers at Cat Creek regardless of group affiliations. The men were beginning to form into two groups. The radicals and the moderates the radicals believed that now was the time to stage a fight against the feds. They saw it as a call to action for the overarching Christian Patriot movement with the potential to ignite a successful revolution against the US. Government the moderates on the other hand were more concerned about appearances. They didn't want the rest of America to see them as just another white. Supremacist Group or another Waco like Colt. They argue that in order for their cause to be taken seriously. It was important that they didn't behave like backwoods crazies ultimately the radicals ignored the moderates and began to form a plan. They wanted to rush into the compound to provide reinforcements to Skurdal and his clan. With this in mind. The radicals began outfitting their trucks with blades and battering rams like something out of Mad Max. They purposely plan their attack for April nineteenth anniversary of both Waco and the Oklahoma City bombing. They didn't care about aligning themselves with these tragedies. In fact they liked the idea. Maybe then the. Us government would take them seriously in the meantime civilian undercover operative Dale. Jakes had recovered from his health condition. That laid him up for most of the past winter. He was back at work. Infiltrating the freemen group on the outside of Justice Township. He quickly saw the divide between the radicals and the moderates and he was worried that if the radicals move forward with their attack all hell would break loose potentially wounding the innocent people inside justice township according to Dale when he told his FBI handlers about the upcoming April nineteenth attack. They shrugged him off. They didn't have any warrants against the man at Cat Creek in so astonishingly. They simply ignored the warning. It's possible the real reason the FBI chose to brush. Dale off was because they still refuse to involve themselves in a gunfight. In order to make a move they would have to wait until the cat creek. Radicals tried to break into justice. Township and any ensuing gunfire could put the women and children at risk. Whatever the reason. Dale felt he needed to do something personally to prevent the violence on April. Eighteenth the day before the radicals planned attack. Dale Win to Cat Creek there. He discovered a new rumor. The radicals believed that. Fbi were onto them and would be the first ones to attack the next day. They believed this. Preemptive attack was going to take place at Cat Creek and not justice township. Dale immediately saw the confusion as his chance to defuse the situation. He posited that if the FBI were to attack it would probably be at night. Therefore the smart play would be to take all of the small militia groups around Central Montana and have them coalesce around Cat Creek instead of justice in preparation for the attack in reality. Dale hope this plan would move the militias away from justice township and distract them long enough to let April nineteenth passed without violence. The militia leaders bought into Dale's plan and they immediately made the call to move forces away from justice to Cat Creek. Then they waited for nightfall but nothing happened. April nineteenth nineteen ninety-six came and went. Not a bullet was fired. Not a barricade was broken and not a single. Fbi agent descended on Cat Creek. According to Dale Jakes he had single handedly managed to stop a gunfight not long after April nineteenth the FBI began contacting various out of state radical militias. The goal was to convince them that the FBI was intending to wait out the freemen until they surrendered. Hopefully this would incite the out of state militias to give up and had home. It worked in the following weeks. The outside militias gradually trickled out of Montana. Leaving the freemen at Cat Creek alone. Things weren't as simple as the F. B. I. Hoped Dale Jake soon discovered that this exodus was part of a secret plan among the militias should the FBI fire upon justice township the other groups would swoop in with coordinated attacks all across the United States. The details remain unclear to this day. But according to Dale the attacks would include assassinations of government officials. The FBI initially downplayed the news. They were still hopeful that these militias were all talk however a few days later they sent out were to other. Fbi branches warning them to be on the lookout for potential attacks. In the meantime the agents in Montana continued to dig in their heels. These rumors were just further reason why they could not be the first to fire by mid-may the standoff was reaching the two month mark and the FBI offers of negotiation had gone completely ignored in total they had offered forty two different representatives including politicians family members and even other right wing activists but to no avail. The freemen refuse to talk finally on May Sixteenth. Rodney skurdal caved. He agreed to talk along with fellow. Freeman leader Dale Jacoby not to be confused with undercover agent. Dale Jakes for a week. Skurdal and Jacoby spoke with Colorado State. Senator Charles Duke and two F. B. I. Negotiators these meetings were kept private but skurdal reportedly threw tantrums and no evident progress was made a week later on. May Twenty Third Justice Township raised an upside down American flag the universal symbol of distress the F. B. I hope this meant that. They would be leaving but instead the day marked the end of negotiations. Evidently the compound was signalling to its sympathizers that they needed reinforcements. Soon but over a week would go by until the group made another gesture from late. May to early June the FBI seemed to be changing their mind. Negotiations with Skurdal had failed miserably and the standoff had exceeded two months. They knew it was time to do something on June third. They cut the power inside justice. Township that same day the freemen aquiesced to speak with the sister of one of their members. Both tactics seem to have a positive result. A few days later one family walked out of justice with the promise of no federal charges against them. They decided their ideals were no longer worth risking the lives of their children. Over the following days more and more women and children were released from Justice Township in June twelfth. A sixteen year old girl was the last child to leave the compound with only armed men left inside the FBI planned a bold escalation of plans the next morning June thirteenth FBI vans circled the perimeter of the property to the freemen inside it appeared that a potential assault was on the horizon. The moment of truth had come where they're going to fight back or were they exactly. What the F. B. I? Had hoped they were all along. Just a bunch of loud talking lunatics. At this point the freemen supplies were nearly depleted. Even if they could succeed in the first wave of an attack they could hardly be expected to repel another or another after that on top of all that Freeman leader. Rodney SKURDAL had run out of cigarettes. He was Jonesing hard for his nicotine. Fix to the relief of everyone. The freemen put down their arms one by one they surrendered to the FBI. The Eighty one day standoff at Justice Township was over. Not a single shot was fired. Not a drop of blood.
"montana" Discussed on Hostage
"He finally gave himself up his wife. Vicky and fourteen year. Old Son Sammy dead six months later the FBI. Engaged in another standoff. This time against a group known as the branch Davidians in Waco Texas frustrated by the lack of progress during the fifty one day ordeal attorney general. Janet Reno gave the order to mount an assault on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-three the FBI through four hundred cannisters of tear-gas inside the compound in response the branch Davidians fired at the FBI in the ensuing. Chaos a fire broke out and within an hour. The entire compound was nothing but ash nearly eighty men. Women and children perished because of Ruby Ridge and Waco public opinion on federal law enforcement was still low in the spring of Nineteen ninety-five and when it came to bringing down the freemen the FBI was leery where they actually as dangerous as they claim to be or were they most like Christian Patriot groups all bark and no bite the FBI hemmed and hawed about the best way to hand out the freemen indictments but another tragic event would soon force them to accelerate their arrests on April Nineteenth. Nineteen ninety five at around nine. Am A writer. Rental truck exploded at the Alfred. P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City killing over one hundred sixty people and injuring more than six hundred fifty others. It was the largest instance of domestic terrorism. In the United States history and it was carried out by two anti-government militants. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols the Oklahoma City bombing was a wakeup call for the FBI. It was time to start taking these. Anti-government group's seriously. They weren't just fringe. Outsiders complaining loudly. They were capable of mass violence and in Montana that meant focusing their attention on one particular group. The freemen coming up the FBI makes its first move. Hi It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Fires Feed and start following today. Every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for unexplained death of Australia's summer tinman dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences and it's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in the early nineteen ninety s a disgruntled Crop Duster named Leroy Schweitzer. In a few of his anti-government comrades created the Montana freemen their dream was to eventually stage a local government takeover and establish their own independent nation within the State of Montana in the meantime. The group attracted trickle of new members through their deft. Use of fraud to make money by early nineteen ninety-five the FBI had sealed indictments against various members of the group but they were reticent to pull the trigger they were worried about inciting violence and subsequently public ire but all this changed following the Oklahoma City bombing on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-five a wave of panic overcame the FBI in America. Who was going to be next for the FBI? In Montana this meant setting their sights on fifty seven year old Leroy Schweitzer and his freeman cronies the FBI still had no idea as to how dangerous the freemen were they just knew that the four leaders including Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal were heavily armed and hold up in skurdal's cabin in Roundup Montana. They needed information from the inside and they already had the perfect agent in mind. Dale jakes forty four year old. Danielle Jake's had experienced as a civilian undercover agent working for organizations like the FBI ATF and da throughout the nineteen eighties. But in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Dale decided it was time to live a simpler life and he and his wife. Connie moved to Montana eventually ending up in petroleum county about an hour. North of Roundup Bill Bounce from job to job and by early nineteen ninety-five. He was working as a bar tender. Several of his regulars were Montana freemen members and Dale witnessed their anti-government talk firsthand. He hated their bastardized interpretation of the Bible in their late disdain for paying taxes but he carefully kept these thoughts to himself. It was no secret that the freemen were capable of financial terrorism in the last thing. Dale wanted was to get in their way that is until the FBI got a hold of him. They knew that with details previous work experience and his bartending position. He would make the perfect decoy. In spring of Nineteen ninety-five they approach to Dale about infiltrating the freemen and feeding Intel back to the FBI. But First Dale was hesitant. It had been about seven years since his last undercover job and he knew the strain could be on his family but between the freemen's reputation and the recent Oklahoma City bombing tail felt. He needed to go deep one last time. Dale knew exactly who he would. Target one of his patrons of Freeman named Lyle Chamnber. L'an he and lyle were on such good terms that lyle had previously asked pointblank if he wanted to join the Freeman. Dale had always turned him down. But by April of Nineteen ninety-five when Dale's FBI assignment was made official. He called Lyle and said he was ready to become a freeman a few days later. Dale was brought into skurdal's cabin and presented before the four freemen leaders for their customary inquisition for hours Schweitzer skurdal their comrades interrogated Dale. They wanted to make sure he shared the same perspective on race. Religion and government. Dale answered flawlessly then. Came the last question. Why did he want to become a freeman? Dale had rehearsed his answer many times and he told them exactly what they were hoping to hear. The United States was under attack by foreigners in the federal government had financially ruined his family joining the Montana freemen was a noble cause to finally right the injustices faced by every day white Americans. The freemen smiled back Dale. He was officially one of them and to Dale and his book. False prophets. What really seemed to impress. The leaders was his previous involvement with hate groups. And how along the way he picked up an unusual knowledge of explosives. Obviously he had not told them that this was all in service of groups like the FBI in the weeks that followed Dale was swiftly brought into the freemen's fold. He accumulated intelligence on how their bank fraud schemes. Worked as well as the layout of SKURDAL's cabin in round up. All of this information went back to the FBI as Dale Delve. Deeper into the group's INS and outs he was amazed. At how unorganized the freemen's accounts were and so with the FBI permission. He suggested they bring in a bookkeeper to organize the offices and he knew the perfect candidate his thirty seven.
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"These other women that are significant others. They all look these to him to be like this. I mean friends you know like are y'all y'all just teammates going on a trip but at the end of the day that they even share share that information with their boyfriend wait the WHO shared with her that they came back after hearing this they came back and win and there's a lot of pillow talk outgoing. Obviously the but once. She said what they were doing that. They came back until then and you're surprised by that part. They probably want what he's putting do. They mentioned it to their wack as friends your boyfriend's putting that wack ass Dick now look a look. Let me tell you about being the only eighteen. Just say something to the girl to because obviously like causes strain for him league if they're close like that and they're on the same team I I mean it's kind of her issue for even saying something in the I can't help it if he's putting it down what you want them to do. Don't Brag about. 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If if they're making it weird somebody did say they should talk to the girls who say that. Quiche yeah I think he's talked to her and have have a conversation and then talk to the dudes once though it depends on how close you are with these long. How much effort you want to keep like really where you have a conversation with a once and they still come many of you have to reevaluate the friendship at that point? That's thing that's not. Even a conversation. Like sucks even going through that like like that kind of hurt my feelings and we're supposed to be friends like this because people what's that conversation what do you mean. So what does he say to those guys when he pulls into the side. I is is tough but also I don't know the nature of holiday speak. You know what I'm saying because I think the the how you guys interact with each other has a lot to do in how you address it. You know what I'm saying so like obviously like me you be we who a lot right and and by the way I talk to you on the court away. I'll talk to y'all outside of hip hop and stuff like that is different like for us like I would never have an issue like this so I don't know personally see how I wouldn't necessarily address it. Imagine that this was us I would just say look Some things and I wanNA fuck y'all chicks Bravo or I'm not I'm not I'm not about that life like it's just me and my old lady like but it also sounds like he's also like is the girls and run into talk to him. So why does he have to talk to the girls. I'm back with Kisha you got I mean. Why does he got to talk to the guys? Because they're the one that's all up in his face based on what he said. So why do you need to check your chick. I think he should talk to the girl and the guys but he shouldn't be talking to. It depends on the level of relationships together. Do they have a family together. I mean it's the salvage of some of them some of them. I'm assuming that because again. This sounds like he is five six two years removed from his college days. So some of those people probably have a kid or two or working on a family already have wives and whatnot. Like I don't know what it is but like you have to adjust because it's obviously something that bothers you like when you go out and about like we're travelling together we're all. We're all close enough that we traveled. They're you're going to what Bora Bora Bora Bora Bora Bora. I'm not just doing that with no regular motherfuckers. You know what I'm saying like I gotTa be close to put money up to travel aval like that like other people know you just travel randomly would just be almost like a groupon deal. None of my like close friends could go but that makes it. Even these Ariella close more responding to what he was. I wouldn't go to anything unless we were close. I would go. Weren't that close. I just wouldn't hang out with especially if my girl was going like I'm not trying to hang out with you anyway even though we weren't close we're trying to do that. Romantic ship walking on the beach with a unbuttoned shirt. Open say like Bill Smith. Everything is actually what sexy. What you in the room but I? Yeah I'm arap I would. I would talk to the talk to them and be like y'all need to chill. This should be jealous. But I think there's certain like you know oh how to male ego works. There's certain words that probably work. Yeah you got to be outside being Jealous Nike. That's auto those are fighting words. So what happens after you've had this conversation Is if they continue to come to you. When you're just having a conversation wanted girls like you gotta you gotTa just start removing yourself from because you've already adjusted that's what I mean? Yeah so the address it I say you know what I'm saying. Look this shit. Don't become me with this year right with me and my old lady with me and my all eighty do if you also have issues with you gotta start reevaluating the friendship and you just gotTa Start Removing Yourself. In this situation I think address at once with both parties. Don't because the girl needs to not Do this anymore. Because it's causing strife in your circle sort of it seems like like the significant other should be approaching near girl like like y'all go wrong it's like Yo- this isn't your problem. This is their problem like he needs to. Whoever did these two guys are? They need to go to this if you are you hanging around like that. It was good because he looked like a slab. Yeah but I think there's one thing that we're leaving out there and that's John is John. I mean he didn't give any sort of specific he just said he'll be talking to the girls and guys will come like Giancana. Okay so you know that that's even really what's going on. What do do you think he's just kinda flirting with him? You know what I'm saying. Just walking around and yeah. I got me.
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"Four seven zero four four zero zero eight one one I so he says John Loves the show. Listen do it every morning on the subway and stuck in traffic keep the background short play football in college on the line. We play four three so four down linemen on the field at the same time. That's where my I see tau. We became best friends still friends till this day as we are all engaged or married. I'm the only black guy. The issue is one that McGregor truck with with their significant others on a ladies night and disclosed some indepth details about our sets life sex life as in depth as you can possibly be every since then every time we part in one of their significant others. Come over to chat with me. They were run over and get defensive like y'All oh which aisle chatting about their dues but she does annoy light and no one trying to ban. y'All girls we all Party vacation together. Relax how do I bring this up to the Dan without ruining the friendship as we are going to bore next month and this needs to stop because it makes me feel weird discover. The podcast weeks ago ran through it and now and caught up I thank you for listening to the show. We appreciate the question and a right black and let us know how you came across the podcast. Our like the not as though All right so Do you want to guess I or the weight. So I'm confused. I can tell rod to face. He's issues so do played football. I got that part. He played on the defensive line right so him and his other teammates. They're all either married or engaged aged or they all have significant others. Okay they have one outing where everybody pretty much drunk. His significant other went into detail about their sex. Excellent okay now. All of the other teammates have an issue whenever they're out and about drinking and partying and just having a go maritime Where now they're saying? What are you talking about what you're talking about? Yes girlfriends whenever the team as girlfriends a talking to him that teammates get jealous and think that maybe he's trying to sleep with them some details that she died his significant other shared with the women so now every time with the women. Yeah all right so when the other guys women's speaking him they're all like what you get away from John. Get away from John. What he'd be doing right but cut all that? That's interesting. Maybe they should do the same thing that he was talking about in this story. Maybe are maybe they made insecure or maybe they just don't have the tools to uh on to accomplish certain things by not the yeah. You wouldn't get what we're.
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"Everyone does your boy. NIKKI DO SAY AKA MR no disrespect from the notice. Respect podcast. Sorry and rupture rupture show but if you could please put this on pause and go subscribe to my other. Show that in sports. I really appreciate it. We cover everything from football. Mlb Basketball ask you ball. Whatever's going on involves a ball a goal we talk about it and we also bring in a few notable guests as well from the dead empire Caz network so again subscribe to the Dead End Sports podcast and continue? Enjoy your show all right so we're back so this comic came from Malik. Admit where the day shouldn't Friday which I saw on the ESPN article by the way it was really. Yeah Yeah it was just recently about i. I think the clippers or whatever shooting fraud as a combination on the word shorten which means damaging Freud which translates to happiness. Excitement doubted. Be Cool to post this. He's here since it was pretty random to hear a German word of the day. The guys from from Churkin Donka. Yeah I think it'd be state. Thank acute educate these Edens Donka Donka. Shane Bitch Mega Harry Korea. I think Harry's May first of all what I talked about. He got down full. Who Harry Harry? What do you do? Okay so do that to a white man and with these big to get open but he won't get to throw anyway..
"montana" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"No shit says Rodman Role may be dying but dad medal is doing great What is it well because dorks are buying the t shirts when they don't listen to the bands? I'm either doing well. In that respect I have seen a lot of banter that like H and Evans exactly. It's all that Kinda Shit. It's like journey Europe. I guess Metallica might be kind of put it in that category now but tool by tool is here. So it's just to full metal tool metallica. Were both among the top artists when it comes to sales but not when it came to stream for albums or individuals song. ACD's suggests that their target demographic the same group of people still purchase music you. Oh I don't I don't first of all I don't listen to tool I'm just saying in parts of music here too graphic purchase music. That doesn't mean we both like Dad Mono Vinyl so you don't like Metallica. No more or did you ever yeah metallic on the I bands ever got into but I mean I'm not buying nothing that they do. Now that's for sure. And that's not all he listens right. It's not like I want every night listening to fucking inner salmon and Shit on Dennen hip hop like I know. Well I like metal more than hip hop. I'm not I'm still not jammed on METALLICA. Alex when I get to the house but yeah I don't know but that's the thing it's like these weird little articles who knows what they're calling. Dad Meddle in my day. I think Dad Mel is just like basie like old bad heavy metal whitesnake which I do likewise name but whitesnake that Kinda Shit. I think that's what I would consider to be. Dad Call Tool. Dad had metal people people that might and younger like tool. Yeah is it too was a number says artists overall when it came album sales last year. Finish Mon- Taylor Swift Queen Queen bt as billy relish in the Beatles. So is Taylor Swift data popper.
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"I'm going to laugh. That's crazy. Yeah yeah that's a whole `nother level then I guess. Probably Hello James Privacy stuff to do anything that I've seen but they don't care. They're making their money money regardless. Give us that right. That's all we're worried about. This won't have a spotify. Can I got the free shipping. You're welcome to go in there and change my free ass all the fucker French Montana all you want. They don't carry yet but I think at some point they probably will have to start paying attention to stuff like this. You know because this is charging everywhere on billboards all of a sudden you like. You can't believe that there's always people San Artists that come out of nowhere that people in the industry plants and stuff like that so so it is going to give credence to that. So I don't know man I when I saw it I was like wow this is interesting because streaming something that has been a topic of conversation for years now but wait if these stream farms are legal then. Wouldn't that already kind of say that. These numbers are into be doubted anyway. If the way he's doing it sounds like the way he's doing it sounds like it's illegal because they're hacking no no no but what I'm saying is if they're going to the place that Ralph talked about these. Okay okay okay. This is assuming that Ralph is telling the truth right now and the things do exist and I trust him because he's kind of phones. Yes so if if these things do exist and their legal and people know they exist are artists looked down upon. If it's found out that they went to one of these places this I would believe so. Obviously because it's like you're buying your your own sales okay so in the league galley behind it either though like person. I don't know the legality reality if it is legal. If it's not legal I don't I don't know I mean that's a big gray area though. Why would they exist because the person that runs them we'll get paid and then obviously the artists want to try to make as much? No no what I'm saying is if this is automatically an ethical thing to do Why would this company even exist and putting out their business as a purchaseable service if any artists that goes to them is automatically going to be looked? Looked at doing something unethical. Are we sure that this happens. I just know that they're stream farms and I know that there's people that pay to get their shit stream. Well I think the other thing is if your spotify and you're paying for these plays you WanNa make sure that the streams that are being here. Yeah Yeah So. That's why I think they they gotta get underneath the BECAUSE THEY THEY WANNA cut down on the amount of money that they're paying the people I'm just confused about what would be the point of an artist going to a stream farm and paying them to get money. How are they getting money? If you're paying them you're paying and then it's just a it's almost. Yeah it's like what like paying interest on something so the money that you're paying the stream farm so low that you're GONNA get back way more with this. Sounds like the dumbest Shit I've ever fucking heard. So why would they. Why would they charge so low to do something like this as opposed to just getting probably overseas somewhere? But but I'm saying they could just get their own artist if this is how this works according to Y'all They could just pull any random artist and say come over to our stream farm. This will we're going to do. Why would and how would you even market that type of service because it seems like these guys would hold the key to the universe if they have the names named all of these people that are paying to go to these stream farms?.
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"I'll tell laney about this french montana and she's crying like she's lowering nommik bailout i just didn't know and i said he may as well been hanna montana nato got oh i don't know man were were the old rednecks that trying to break down here i seven am yeah anything is like on the west coast right now people are on their way home from like the coolest parties ever in vegas in la and they're in their erber right now at four forty a m west coast listening to you and me and they are screaming at the radio from the backseat right now i can't believe these two jfk's have no idea who french montana's in utah and it's okay yes okay now gumchol with it but vinnitsa i'm going to his instagram now because i want to see this picture him with his two baby tigers that he bought the he didn't even really know i contain parting linking you're listening to move across with lien conner you're on the air highly and longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion dean ever take my calls off the air this carl yep it's carl that we had a few dates everything was great i thought well you know when you switch to geico you could save a lot of money on car insurance okay awesome you should call them i will guide go because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer louder jobless live broke up with him to the best of marty and mcgee we have not broken anything yet but it is our league the podcast a tonight martyrs the next installed a top rank boxing he me i love the boc the box of matches back on fire feature to division world champion basile lois chink go.