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"nancy green" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono

Al otro lado del micrófono

07:28 min | 6 months ago

"nancy green" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono

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"nancy green" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"Classic yoga reading as his interest and it was a ridiculously small shoot. It had like ten lines. It was a big round thing. It was like being a ten liner. It probably had it was more of an impact stabilization device and the pick red thing with indicate where the crash site was. Do you think would you thinking about this. I mean it's you see red bull and you see people these days just pushing the limits to incredible extreme. So it's my it's not like humans aren't pushing it anymore. But i feel like if if we were starting today with where you guys you know. If the last fifty years hadn't had any free flight rogue allowed just came out with the i wing and we were started. I do you think it would happen. I mean with with with with the way. I mean like you said in larry had some of the numbers i mean with the with the number of deaths and like you said they were very efficient at killing people. I feel like the it just wouldn't be. It just would be out too dangerous to me lawsuits. Can it almost seems like it happened right at the perfect time in history. You got you guys. Were all crazy enough to take it on. You're in your teens and your mad and you think you're going to survive in a lot of a lot of people did but i'm i just wonder if it would could happen today. Yeah it it would have a very hard time today because even today what you're running into is you're running into With property owners if we had that kind of level of Tragedy going on in the sport now no wouldn't let us fly there I i mean as it is. Now they they they We had a famous pilot who who was killed The brother of nancy green and She's a famous skier in canada and he was killed at red mountain. I think in in southern bc here and it wouldn't matter it was like forty years ago and it wouldn't matter where you were for decades after that you would be someplace and oh didn't somebody die here you know and famous person and and and it would constantly come back and that comes back now whenever you're negotiating for an access to a land or take off or something and somebody will always come up with something like that or didn't i hear about you know so even when we have just you know we have accidents. Were not perfect. But those accidents often reflect on our ability to flying and In a way. I mean the the paraglider pilots that are doing all the back country. Flying are You know the tiger country flying up in the cascades and stuff. They don't have to worry about it but the pilots that have recreational like their their thing..

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"nancy green" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Locked in. Officials in Northern California also warning hundreds of residents there to shelter in place but be prepared to jump into the mammoth pool reservoir, if needed to escape. The fast moving fire. It has burned through at least 7000 acres continues to threaten structures in the area. The latest author of a Tell All book on President Trump says he's willing to do anything too. In November's election terms. Former personal attorney Michael Cohen says that includes starting a war. Cohen told NBC's Lester Holt that his biggest fear is that there will not be a peaceful transition of power if Trump loses theologian. Federal agents subpoenaed Illinois Senate President Don Herman's office, The Chicago Tribune reporting, the U. S attorney's office demanded Herman's office turned over all documents related to a property on Cermak and Wentworth in Chinatown. The parcel is a state owned a parking lot long coveted by developers. A discussion took place between the House Speaker Mike Madigan and Alderman Danny. So Lisa about transferring the property to developer See why Wong Alderman Solis was wearing a wire. Wong was charged with fraud. Madigan was also subpoenaed in the probe. A ceremony on the South side yesterday on the life of Nancy Green, the original Aunt Jemima. Green was buried in an unmarked grave at Oak Woods Cemetery in 1923. Now she has a headstone, thanks to the Bronzeville Historical Society. In the late 18 hundreds, Green was a caretaker for a wealthy Chicago family, Her cooking skills and personality letter to the role of Aunt Jemima that name from a minstrel show. Quaker Oats is retiring and your mama do to its racial stereotypes. WG and sports socks beat the Royals 53 yesterday. The White Sox visit Kansas City today the pregame at 12 30, the first pitch with Annie Maser and Darrin Jackson at 105 on 7, 20. Wg and Cubs suffer a doubleheader sweep to the Cardinals for the two and 5 to 1 and they're NL Central leaders cut to 2.5 games. They play again at Wrigley Tonight. There will be no Triple Crown winner and horse racing this year. Authentic, won yesterday's running of the Kentucky Derby Belmont Stakes winner Tis the Law finished second and Mr.

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"nancy green" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Jemima, This video posted Monday receiving more than one million views. Found Chris Rut. A white man got the name after attending minstrel show. Think Black face today. Black lives matter people. Even the breakfast. In a statement to NBC, News quaker oats writing part we recognize and Jemima's origins are based on a racial stereotype, while work has been done over the years to update the brand in a manner intended to be appropriate and respectful. We realize those changes are not enough. In the wake of nationwide protests in growing calls for equality, many companies are facing increased scrutiny about similar logos that some fine racist and offensive professor Richardson says big brands like Nascar. Banning the confederate flag is a good start, but that there is still plenty of work to do. It is urgent to expunge our public spaces of a lot of these symbols that. Know for some people are triggering and represent terror and abuse. On Monday quaker OATS parent company. Pepsi announced a four hundred million dollars set of initiatives over five years to lift up black communities and increased black representation at Pepsi. In addition the company says the Aunt Jemima brand will donate five million dollars to create meaningful support and engagement in the black community guys or the first aunt. Jemima was a woman named Nancy Green born a slave in eighteen, thirty four, and she was paid, and she died in eighteen ninety, but let purely are remarkable life. Active in gave a bunch of money to charity but her family did not see the world from you know the generations at us. They're like. Yeah, it's definitely time for that. Right Any comments on that for brother. Yeah. He's like. There was a photo that was being disseminated around face booger. Of A lady that appears to be a woman of color, holding a played a flat jacks chained to a table I. Know? Here. Real, quick. I can't go, she'd she, doesn't she? She kind of kept people from doing that. Call. Send you the whole flip in article. Once you see the picture, you'll say. Oh, yes, that's floating around facebook. You probably will face booker,.

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"nancy green" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Is a DMO leasing dot com the character at Chicago's world fair in eighteen thirty nine and continued the role until in nineteen twenty three but I haven't said Harrington was discovered by Quaker oats in nineteen thirty five while serving her pancakes the New York state fair he said Quaker used her likeness on its product and sent Harrington around the nation to serve pancakes the great grandson said she worked for the Quaker oats for twenty years she traveled all the way around the United States and Canada I thank you mama this woman serve all those people and it was after slavery she worked his aunt Jemima that was her job how do you think I feel as a black man sitting here telling you about my family history there trying to race Evans said companies such as Quaker road should do more for black citizens and offer an apology as they can sign brands like aunt Jemima to the dustbin of history quite how many white people were raised looking at characters like aunt Jemima at breakfast every morning how many white corporations made all them profits I didn't give us a dime I think they should have to look at it they just can't wipe it out wow we still suffer after making all the money and now the time when black people are saying we want restitution for slavery they're just going to race history like it didn't happen he added they're not going to give us nothing what gives them that right the company's actions have been mocked on Twitter at once we came out and this is a very interesting one it said quote when the left cares more about aunt Jemima and uncle Ben the captain David Dorn have Patrick Underwood two black officers killed in the line of duty ask yourself is this really all about black lives another tweet says it Jemima was Nancy green she was an American success story she was born into slavery in eighteen thirty four Kentucky became well a wealthy superstar in the advertisement world she was selected spokesman at then eighteen thirty four fare for the new pancake mix and was signed to a lifetime contract now cry babies have a raised her history Quaker oats renaming it Jemima syrup bottles is surely going to help in global slavery another sad which primarily exist in sub Saharan Africa and Asia we got this guy's again this is where we are now it is insane hi our father's day giveaway and you are gonna love it right now I'm going to give away a hundred free memberships to aim at the conservative organization that represents more than two million conservatives all over the country they are fighting and protecting and defending our men and women right now in police and sheriff's departments around the country if you are proud to protect and defend our police if you are ready.

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"nancy green" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Okay, they Woman on the aunt, Jemima package is actually named Nancy Gray and she was a civil right back events. and the money that Wager Haute. Made. Where support for causing. Wow all the money obviously. To make a profit since here's. God, it says here in the Voice of America story or name was Nancy Green. She was once enslaved. She was. This was the original woman apparently. According to story at least at Voice of America, she was once enslaved. She was hired to pose for the original photos and not the one that's currently on the package, but the original one and portray anti. If the original photo is the original photo that I saw that. That's just some. Old Tiny what I can't remember what the terminology they use to describe. The art in exaggerated art form. They're talking about an actual actress. who was photograph, so maybe I don't know which which we're talking about here, but but at one time they hired this woman. She was also hard to portray anti at fairs and other events, dressing her white apron and Kerchief to cook pancakes for visitors, so they really did have a woman sort of become this character. As part of this as she did, she did in fact. Get some money. She was paid basically. Money from the the sale of the. Broader. and she used to advance the cause of equal rights for black people. You know at the very. Long time ago, but mark you are erecting one thing I toast corn syrup, there's. Chores and I.

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"nancy green" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Going nuts because these guys are home all day yeah Ryan like what are we supposed to do no no danger who is the best thing on the menu they had good frozen margaritas there really they did I used to I once actually when I was there I asked for pork like a cheese sandwich and the waitress just looked at me like an idiot was like what as a tailor ham and cheese sandwiches all okay see all right it was a genuine I don't know what you're talking about type of thing so yeah thanks a lot you're gonna miss this restaurant thanks a lot north Jersey did you see our pour one out for this terrible thing and Jemima's going away is going away yeah they're just getting rid of your mind Charn then your docs I was going to suggest her to go up on the school replacing Christopher Columbus but now now we're going to take a right off the box just when you think it's safe just when you think you do and Jemima is no more and then what's the problem and what is it whose idea is this the the history Quakers gonna change it because it originated from a racial stereotype it originated from a racial stereotype yes the engine mime it originated from an old mistral song the old aunt Jemima and it was just to the that's where it came from it came from the stereotype of the black mammy you know stereo type in the house well the idea I mean who is the actress that played into my I forgot her name I I heard your father yes two handed out it and she was a millionaire I mean she she was she was born into slavery ended up becoming the character he'll be coming into my life and she becomes a millionaire I mean if anything vats that should be a movie her name is either way this is driving me crazy that is what is your name my name they will deliver it at it yeah and I can't remember her name but basically she was you know she metal Harper no not as a hardware through somebody else out she was the she was the last woman to be and you know who is the first who was the first and she was she was born into slavery was born into slavery and she ends up being I think your name is or something like that Nancy green Nancy grace Vance agree and Nancy Greene was that you know is the actress who played her but the thing is as far as like a four week of what to do this are we gonna relate re he raced now everybody from the past was a I when I think of and your mom I don't think of a Jemima as a slave I think of injure my name as a woman you know a woman who took pride in our pancakes according to Snopes green did not die a millionaire in fact she could not live off the earnings she made from her really trail of aunt Jemima and continued to work as a housekeeper until a few years before her death in nineteen twenty three take the name of the box yeah that is it never mind I yeah that's what I was going around Iceland to that's why I went to snow for the first Google her name and millionaire it comes up with the snow story guys so they're going to what are they gonna now hang in his thing if you're injured or if you're or who's a Quaker oats was yes we are it's whoever owns it what you got to do now you should go find a new celebrity to put on that box like I say like if your if your really good chef or really good now thank A. maker hi Mrs Butterworth I am having Mrs but do I don't know the the staff I know the stereotype just know that I think about great thanks you know mama Celeste with the Italian pizza you know but yeah but so they're gonna take the name off the box and and rebrand uncle Ben's gonna go away too thanks Sir I saw about that one too it's a it's crazy times we live in an hour about these names are getting changed around yeah I mean more or less all right well again you know you care in that you have to recondition the public to thinking one of the best brand is your name do you want their salt knows that you've got to get the real maple syrup if you want good paying so but you know that like I could see like and your mind is the top selling pancake mix so now you've got to drive it into someone's head and your mind is now called this yeah the rebrand is yeah what are you thinking what do I what I don't know they used to be in your mind at all yeah I guess it that's kind of that's the risk they take on is like we're going to do this but we're we're gonna have to expect that you know people are going to there's gonna be people who don't know the switch they're not going to know yeah it's mine is is now undergoing as give and you might be not gonna find danger my but you know there are a lot of brands that aren't around anymore that were really really good yeah I got you think of anything nothing comes to mind right away I can't be a dirigible was ready boys were familiar Reggie Jackson thank AG Jackson they were IRA truck with turtles I guess my my age now it has a twenty three year old if anything anything that what is the good stuff like that has grown to become the big corporate entity and they're still around but nothing is gone away as years I'm sure it has I just some realism I don't respect quake have not gone away I don't know I don't keep track of things like that we will try that you know what hold on I'm gonna have press traffic.

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"nancy green" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Uncle Ben by the way local bands rice I gave the history of the real aunt Jemima her name was Nancy green she was the first living marketing I combine well before Betty Crocker who is in a real person either in or you're gonna be shocked to know but also bans rice was actually named after a black rice farmer from Texas who was known for growing the absolute best rice out there which is very flattering but the picture on the box was modeled after a maitre D. at a Chicago restaurant so I don't know why they didn't put the former uncle Ben on the box not offensive throwing the black bow tied maitre D. now you've gone from entrepreneur farmer to guy who seats you at a restaurant it's just different we were also talking about John Bolton's book it's been released I has been released released but every news media outlet has it and yeah was there another thing we were talking about Dave I can't remember three zero three one three six insults the what what Shakespeare insults all right and David available to insult you via Shakespeare if you just like that for fun three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five we go back to the phones because really awaits I really how do you spell billionaire capitalist pig I am I want the very last box there tomorrow or bottle or uncle Ben's Selatan point five years or so you know what not about strategy you know I don't really goes bad does it in it let's be real into my mystery is not real syrup it's maple flavored corn syrup it's not really don't care what the company does it's up to them yeah your strategy is not a bad idea though I I also may go hold on to those land of lakes boxes for the butter with the Indian princess still on the package there are that's what makes one kind of bothers me a little bit because the granddaughter of the man who actually drew that image of the Indian princess on the on the box of land o'lakes butter was actually a native American himself who worked in marketing and he it's accurate to the tribe that he was get out drawings so it's not there's nothing insulting or derogatory about this image and I dealt with that was kind of irritating I appreciate it really thank you shrewd collector you let me get Steve all right it Hey Steve you're on get away what's on your mind yeah I was wondering what if and when baseball comes back what we're going to get you in the seventh inning stretch when we can't seem to take me out to the ballgame now we can't sing because we might fire spittle into the air why can't we sing it or because we're not there at all it curves cracker jacks drop their logo and their name also wait what age yep hello favorable ideas to white Ellen it took their normal weight hello that's fake that's from the Babylon bee that is not that that's that's that is a satire site you got had Mr manner yesterday from the Babylon bee which is hello yes the Babylon bee is whole areas under headline crackerjack changes name to more politically correct Caucasian Jack so are there now going with Caucasian Jack and the B. has been all over this making a funny things like that I appreciate the phone call very much Sir yeah now we're not doing that it was the one that I saw yesterday I can't remember it's people are having a lot of fun making fun of some of the stuff but you know there's a difference between taking on mount Rushmore and taking on a box of rice there just is I don't know three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty of Hey Dave show me road light rail probably about a year ago yeah well good news the governor is demanding that our TD make good on its promise to build another worthless piece of light rail between boulder and Denver and Longmont because it was part of the original package even though what we have now some of the lines we have now are failing so miserably that they can usually run with one little trolley car you look like Mister Rogers and land of make believe trolley car the one light rail car because they're so successful NRG dis like yeah we're out of money because we can't afford to pay for the stuff we already have but the governor says and this is the this is the most ironic part of the entire thing Dave do you know why the governor says this has to be done no yep it was the will of the people Dave the people voted at the will of the people said they wanted light rail so in this case the will of the people is a viable but if you really want to care about the will of the people they would not be renaming the Stapleton neighborhood right this second because they just voted to keep it you would also not have the set backs oil gas restrictions that we have now anti fracking stuff you know will of the people went in a different direction it's amazing and this is the thing this is why picking on the governor about this right now because when it's convenient he's all about local control unless it comes to sex education for children when it's convenient he loves.

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"nancy green" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Visit Kobe test Virginia dot com or call any lab test now at seven oh three four four four six six three three a former Missouri police officer is charged after a viral video apparently shows the officer assault assaulting a man including with his police vehicle thirty one year old fluorescent Missouri detective Joshua Smith was fired last week and now charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and armed criminal action after surveillance video apparently shows Smith clipping a suspect with his police SUV before apparently punching and kicking him after the suspect along with two others fled from a vehicle pursuit unfortunate event that our officers step outside of their duties there will always be held accountable for Austin police chief Tim Fagan say the department is also seeking charges against all three men for possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest Jeff man also fox news Facebook has removed another nine hundred counseling to the white supremacist group the proud boys and American guard or the oldest breakfast brands in the country is history after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the answer mine with character inspired by a black storyteller and cooking Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this fall Lilian Wu fox news here governor Andrew Cuomo I signed an executive order recognizing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for state employees and he says he will propose legislation next year making June nineteenth the permanent state holiday assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman introduced a bill last week to make the day a public holiday in honor of black and African American freedom and achievement I'm Lisa Sarah this is well connected continues.

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Aunt Jemima to change branding based on 'racial stereotype'

iHeart Podcast Channel

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima to change branding based on 'racial stereotype'

"Or the oldest breakfast brands in the country is history after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the answer mine with character inspired by a black storyteller and cooking Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this

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"nancy green" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on KTOK

"Police officer is charged after a viral video apparently shows the officer assault assaulting a man including with his police vehicle thirty one year old fluorescent Missouri detective Joshua Smith was fired last week can now charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and armed criminal action after surveillance video apparently shows Smith clipping no suspect with his police SUV before apparently punching and kicking him after the suspect along with two others fled from a vehicle pursuit unfortunate event that our officers step outside of their duties there will always be held accountable for Austin police chief Tim Fagan say the department is also seeking charges against all three men for possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest Jeff man also fox news Facebook has removed another nine hundred counseling to the white supremacist group the proud boys and American guard or the oldest breakfast brands in the country is history after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the answer my my character inspired by a black storyteller and cooked a Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this fall Lilian Wu fox news here governor Andrew Cuomo I signed an executive order recognizing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for state employees and he says he will propose legislation next year making June nineteenth a permanent state holiday assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman introduced a bill last week to make the day a public holiday in honor of black and African American freedom and achievements hi Lisa Sarah this is.

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"nancy green" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Get by I tell I get my died overnight from the I. N. O. V. I. T. dot com the former Missouri police officer is charged after a viral video apparently shows the officer assault assaulting a man including with his police vehicle thirty one year old fluorescent Missouri detective Joshua Smith was fired last week can now charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and armed criminal action after surveillance video apparently shows Smith clipping a suspect with his police SUV before apparently punching and kicking him after the suspect along with two others fled from a vehicle pursuit unfortunate event that our officers step outside of their duties they will always be held accountable for Austin police chief Tim Fagan say the department is also seeking charges against all three men for possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest Jeff man also fox news Facebook has removed another nine hundred counseling to the white supremacist group the proud boys and American guard one of the oldest breakfast brands in the country is history after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the answer mine with character inspired by a black storyteller and cooked a Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this fall Lilian Wu fox news here governor Andrew Cuomo I signed an executive order recognizing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for state employees and he says he will propose legislation next year making June nineteenth the permanent state holiday assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman introduced a bill last week to make the day a public holiday in honor of black and African American freedom and achievement I'm Lisa Sarah.

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"nancy green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I had to do it this somebody had to do something five years later the Reverend Eric manning of mother Emanuel Amy says he hopes the take away for the rest of the world is the same that somebody has to do something with hope that it inspires someone who was either the extreme left or extreme right to say this price is far too high Jim Ryan ABC news at seven nineteen AM Roman Catholic chaplain M. I. T. has resigned after comments he made about the killing of George Floyd the Reverend Daniel Moloney stepping down after pressure from the Boston archdiocese earlier this month Maloney wrote that while Floyd should not have been killed he was high on drugs at the time and he had been convicted of several crimes lonely also question whether the killing was an act of racism and whether racism is a major problem in police forces spokesman for the archdiocese says Maloney's opinions are his alone not the churches speaking of Lloyd his brother address the United Nations today over video to the human rights council my brother George is one of the many bad men women that have been everything was perfect shoulders there the case is not unique the way they murdered it is the way black people are treated by police and America hello miss Floyd during his remarks asking the body to investigate police killings of black Americans and to get justice for the murder of his brother some big changes are coming to a popular breakfast product Michael Castner has more on what's next for aunt Jemima Quaker oats a subsidiary of pepsico says they're saying goodbye to aunt Jemima the woman in the logo was originally created in the nineteenth century based on a former slave name Nancy green well the images updated the latter half of the twentieth century to look more like a modern homemaker critics say the races connection remains Cornell University professor Richet Richardson says the move is long overdue it's time to let go of symbols like this because of how wait if they are and what they represent no time line for the change has been announced there will be a day when your back stuck in traffic until then rely on WBZ newsradio for the most accurate reporting on this pandemic will also bring you every press conference from the mayor the governor and the president we are in this together we will.

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"nancy green" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"It's a seismic shift for a more than century old brand with a controversial history today, the Pepsico unit that sells aunt Jemima products, says it's dropping the name and image that's long been used on its pancake mixes and syrups because of its origins in racist imagery of black people also today the Mars Company said it would change its uncle Ben's brand and Conagra said it's putting its Mrs Butterworth's brand under review. They're just some of the companies that are reexamining their histories, products and messaging amid nationwide calls for racial justice and Equality. Joining me now to discuss how big brands are responding or Wall Street Journal, business columnist John Stole and reporter Jennifer Maloney. So, let's start with the big decision today from Pepsico to retire. Aunt Jemima products. This is a huge change. The brand dates back to the late eighteen hundreds Jennifer. What's changed the company's opinion on using the imagery and the name here? What did you hear from Pepsi? They say that in the wake of the killing of George Floyd they recognize that and Jemima's origins are based on racial stereotype, and that while they have made changes over the years to update the brand in a manner that they said was intended to be appropriate and respectful that they now realizes that those changes aren't enough just to look back at the history of this brand. It dates back to eighteen eighty nine. It was inspired by popular song called Old Aunt. My that was typically performed in minstrel shows by a white man. Man in black face, and the creators of the pancake brand hired a former enslaved woman named Nancy Green to be the spokeswoman. She made her debut at a world's fair in Chicago in eighteen ninety three singing in telling stories and making pancakes outside booth, designed to look like giant flour barrel, and the packaging has featured an image of a black woman. Originally, she wore a head scarf the over the years. That image has evolved in thousand, nineteen, hundred nine. The company updated the imagery and replaced the headscarf with Pearl earrings analyst caller. And this isn't the only brand that's acted in recent years or even recent weeks at this point to remove offensive stereotypes, but this moment really feels like something of a sea change in the way, companies are thinking about an also responding more immediately to calls for Racial Justice John. Do you see an increase in responsiveness on the part of major companies in this particular moment? I think the era that we're in right now is kind of. Let's turn over the most obvious things that we can do it. My mind went to completely different. People grew, but you think about the Washington Redskins for instance I? I mean for years. There's been complaints about anti-obama for years. There's been complaints about the Washington redskins and it takes a moment like this for a company to say okay. We need to do the obvious thing that is right by our consumers and our employees. You know you have to remember like it's not just the the consumers and the shelves at stores that the PepsiCo executives or executives at other companies are worried about. They're worried about. Their employees are workforces their stockholders. There's a lot of constituents here that they have to think about before making a move in any other direction and I think. We learned a couple years ago when Nike took a proactive move and canceled a shoe that Colin Kaepernick said would potentially be offensive to the black community. It really was a line in the sand. Where I think the company said. Let's err on the side of caution. It is interesting to see. Not just PepsiCo, but other brands thinking about everything from the way that they advertise market to the way that they speak internally to employees to whether they're not. They're going to sell or buy facial recognition that could potentially be disadvantageous to certain racists. The Big Litmus test for me is whether or not or companies stopped doing stupid stuff. I mean it's amazing. How many companies just put their foot in it over and over again on issues that most most Americans would say that just was not a good. Add to even think about. Our ad got leaked. oops, you're like. Wait a minute. Greenlighted the idea in the first place, so you know I you've seen. Companies create chief diversity officers, the board of directors getting involved there will be an extra layer scrutiny for quite some time on every brand in existence, and then on top of that all of the initiatives going forward. Yeah and to that point, Jennifer. It seems that we are seeing an uptick in companies that are responding more immediately. We also heard from the company behind the Uncle Ben's brand today. Right Mars which makes uncle. Ben's Rice told The Wall Street Journal that it will change its ankle brand. It doesn't know exactly how or when, but they say that they're evaluating all possibilities, and they have committed to making a change. We also saw. Saw earlier this year that land lakes dropped the indigenous woman Mia. It had long featured on its packaging. The company said that that was meant to better reflect its culture. She had first appeared in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and kneeling in sort of stereotypical clothing and clutching Orlando Container, so we're seeing some of these iconic brands that sort of have drawn on racial stereotypes, really doing some soul-searching right now, I mean. When the NFL. Reverses Course on activities that for a long time it tried to stand at standard arm's length from like kneeling during the national anthem, and now has reversed course as aggressively as they have. It shows the force of the moment that we are in, and it also shows I think finally a level of recognition that a big part of the employee base in the NFL or a big part of the consumer base at Pepsi are not just black. They're also empathetic and agreeing with. The social progress that has kind of being signalled with the demonstrations with the constant drumbeat of black lives, matter or whatever other people group. Legitimately marginalized or offended by age old practices. And how big of a role is the public pressure playing here I mean not just demonstrators and. who are out in the streets, but also pressure for these companies from within from their own employees we've seen employees feel more empowered, and and far more bold to say what they feel. And to get the discussion from a discussion to actual action, I mean I think I've done interviews for twenty years about discussions. We've got to have a discussion. We've got a dialogue. We've got to get this out into the public. Square and I think people are saying. Hey, enough is enough. It's like we gotta do something. It's like when people complain. After a mass shooting about thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers are great, but they're not going to bring back my son or they're not gonna change this happening again. We need action and I think employees are starting to say. You can put the statement out. You can put the tweet out. You can change the your your your twitter profile whatever you WanNa do for a day or two, but what are going to be the steps to lasting and meaningful change. The employees are definitely starting to feel that way. Yeah, it also seems like there's a much bigger call to action. Now I mean I've spoken to co workers and friends about all the messages were getting via email from companies. You wouldn't think would normally weigh in on issues of racial justice, but. It seems like this is a time where people are saying. Need more than just words, so is what we're seeing from big brands enough. Well, this is what big companies across the United States and beyond are grappling with right now. Their own workforce's are demanding significant structural change. And so you see companies sort of racing, not just to put out statements to supporting black lives matter movement, but. To introduce new initiatives policies in terms of hiring in terms of charitable, giving in terms of you know trying to promote people of color up through the ranks of the organization diversify their boards, and I think we're going to see more as the days and weeks progress, but we already have seen a number of announcements from companies to pledging. Actions and and trying to put money where their mouth is.

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Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's, Rooted in Racist Imagery, to Change

WSJ What's News

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's, Rooted in Racist Imagery, to Change

"It's a seismic shift for a more than century old brand with a controversial history today, the Pepsico unit that sells aunt Jemima products, says it's dropping the name and image that's long been used on its pancake mixes and syrups because of its origins in racist imagery of black people also today the Mars Company said it would change its uncle Ben's brand and Conagra said it's putting its Mrs Butterworth's brand under review. They're just some of the companies that are reexamining their histories, products and messaging amid nationwide calls for racial justice and Equality. Joining me now to discuss how big brands are responding or Wall Street Journal, business columnist John Stole and reporter Jennifer Maloney. So, let's start with the big decision today from Pepsico to retire. Aunt Jemima products. This is a huge change. The brand dates back to the late eighteen hundreds Jennifer. What's changed the company's opinion on using the imagery and the name here? What did you hear from Pepsi? They say that in the wake of the killing of George Floyd they recognize that and Jemima's origins are based on racial stereotype, and that while they have made changes over the years to update the brand in a manner that they said was intended to be appropriate and respectful that they now realizes that those changes aren't enough just to look back at the history of this brand. It dates back to eighteen eighty nine. It was inspired by popular song called Old Aunt. My that was typically performed in minstrel shows by a white man. Man in black face, and the creators of the pancake brand hired a former enslaved woman named Nancy Green to be the spokeswoman. She made her debut at a world's fair in Chicago in eighteen ninety three singing in telling stories and making pancakes outside booth, designed to look like giant flour barrel, and the packaging has featured an image of a black woman. Originally, she wore a head scarf the over the years. That image has evolved in thousand, nineteen, hundred nine. The company updated the imagery and replaced the headscarf with Pearl earrings analyst caller. And this isn't the only brand that's acted in recent years or even recent weeks at this point to remove offensive stereotypes, but this moment really feels like something of a sea change in the way, companies are thinking about an also responding more immediately to calls for Racial Justice John. Do you see an increase in responsiveness on the part of major companies in this particular moment? I think the era that we're in right now is kind of. Let's turn over the most obvious things that we can do it. My mind went to completely different. People grew, but you think about the Washington Redskins for instance I? I mean for years. There's been complaints about anti-obama for years. There's been complaints about the Washington redskins and it takes a moment like this for a company to say okay. We need to do the obvious thing that is right by our consumers and our employees. You know you have to remember like it's not just the the consumers and the shelves at stores that the PepsiCo executives or executives at other companies are worried about. They're worried about. Their employees are workforces their stockholders. There's a lot of constituents here that they have to think about before making a move in any other direction and I think. We learned a couple years ago when Nike took a proactive move and canceled a shoe that Colin Kaepernick said would potentially be offensive to the black community. It really was a line in the sand. Where I think the company said. Let's err on the side of caution. It is interesting to see. Not just PepsiCo, but other brands thinking about everything from the way that they advertise market to the way that they speak internally to employees to whether they're not. They're going to sell or buy facial recognition that could potentially be disadvantageous to certain racists. The Big Litmus test for me is whether or not or companies stopped doing stupid stuff. I mean it's amazing. How many companies just put their foot in it over and over again on issues that most most Americans would say that just was not a good. Add to even think about. Our ad got leaked. oops, you're like. Wait a minute. Greenlighted the idea in the first place, so you know I you've seen. Companies create chief diversity officers, the board of directors getting involved there will be an extra layer scrutiny for quite some time on every brand in existence, and then on top of that all of the initiatives going forward. Yeah and to that point, Jennifer. It seems that we are seeing an uptick in companies that are responding more immediately. We also heard from the company behind the Uncle Ben's brand today. Right Mars which makes uncle. Ben's Rice told The Wall Street Journal that it will change its ankle brand. It doesn't know exactly how or when, but they say that they're evaluating all possibilities, and they have committed to making a change. We also saw. Saw earlier this year that land lakes dropped the indigenous woman Mia. It had long featured on its packaging. The company said that that was meant to better reflect its culture. She had first appeared in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and kneeling in sort of stereotypical clothing and clutching Orlando Container, so we're seeing some of these iconic brands that sort of have drawn on racial stereotypes, really doing some soul-searching right now, I mean. When the NFL. Reverses Course on activities that for a long time it tried to stand at standard arm's length from like kneeling during the national anthem, and now has reversed course as aggressively as they have. It shows the force of the moment that we are in, and it also shows I think finally a level of recognition that a big part of the employee base in the NFL or a big part of the consumer base at Pepsi are not just black. They're also empathetic and agreeing with. The social progress that has kind of being signalled with the demonstrations with the constant drumbeat of black lives, matter or whatever other people group. Legitimately marginalized or offended by age old practices. And how big of a role is the public pressure playing here I mean not just demonstrators and. who are out in the streets, but also pressure for these companies from within from their own employees we've seen employees feel more empowered, and and far more bold to say what they feel. And to get the discussion from a discussion to actual action, I mean I think I've done interviews for twenty years about discussions. We've got to have a discussion. We've got a dialogue. We've got to get this out into the public. Square and I think people are saying. Hey, enough is enough. It's like we gotta do something. It's like when people complain. After a mass shooting about thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers are great, but they're not going to bring back my son or they're not gonna change this happening again. We need action and I think employees are starting to say. You can put the statement out. You can put the tweet out. You can change the your your your twitter profile whatever you WanNa do for a day or two, but what are going to be the steps to lasting and meaningful change. The employees are definitely starting to feel that way. Yeah, it also seems like there's a much bigger call to action. Now I mean I've spoken to co workers and friends about all the messages were getting via email from companies. You wouldn't think would normally weigh in on issues of racial justice, but. It seems like this is a time where people are saying. Need more than just words, so is what we're seeing from big brands enough. Well, this is what big companies across the United States and beyond are grappling with right now. Their own workforce's are demanding significant structural change. And so you see companies sort of racing, not just to put out statements to supporting black lives matter movement, but. To introduce new initiatives policies in terms of hiring in terms of charitable, giving in terms of you know trying to promote people of color up through the ranks of the organization diversify their boards, and I think we're going to see more as the days and weeks progress, but we already have seen a number of announcements from companies to pledging. Actions and and trying to put money where their mouth is.

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"nancy green" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on WTVN

"At a press conference that set for two o'clock this afternoon we'll have that covered for you but their announcement follows one made yesterday by Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther who called for more community policing efforts moving forward and an end to the use of chemical spray agency used by Columbus police officers to disperse crowds of peaceful protesters in recent days Senate Republicans are also taking action on police reform today they unveiled their police reform bill with the just the facts focuses on his police reform kind of building and transparency south Carolina's Tim Scott says an overwhelming majority of police officers are decent hard working people but he says the confidence about policing must be restored within communities of color house Democrats meanwhile are crafting their own separate bill there have been nationwide calls for police reform after the recent death of George Floyd one of the oldest breakfast brands in the country yeah is is changing their name after more than a hundred thirty years aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix according to Quaker oats part of its effort to make progress toward racial equality the company acknowledging the brand and logo featuring a black woman have origins based on a racial stereotype and while the images been updated over time it realizes the changes weren't sufficient the edge of my McCarrick's are inspired by a black storyteller and cooked a Nancy green according to the food company's website no word yet on the new name but re branded products are expected to hit shelves this fall Lilian Wu fox news and going out of business sales have begun today at J. C. Penney stores discounts range from around twenty five to forty percent on all of their merchandise said at.

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"nancy green" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"nancy green" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And we're back sponsor. Oh is it time for the sexy syrups? Apparently is the man that doesn't agree with my characterization of syrups but I find most commercials to pick them as sex all. I think a sticky and I don't like it well I mean not to get too into sex and this episode. But isn't that as being people put like honey or Syrup and oh all right all I can think of is like well. We agree to disagree sexy Syrup Time. I'm not saying they are sexy. I'm just saying they're depicted as sexy. Yes and so we're talking about Andrew Mima This discussion around sexy syrup goes back to my question of why everyone every care we're talking about is somehow related to pancakes syrup. Didn't find the answer to that but we're going to talk about. Yes Aunt Jemima. She is the face of a line of pancake mixes and syrups to get to the bottom of aunt Jemima's history. We have to go back to eighteen ninety and a former slave by the name of Nancy Green then living in Chicago after being born into slavery in eighteen thirty four in Kentucky the original creators of the Mascot Charles Rut and Charles under word came up with her look of Apron Amband Dana in eighteen eighty nine. They had just purchased Pearl Milling Company. And they were looking for something to someone to represent their new idea of self rising pancake flour That only required water and this is one of the first available and the U. S. They drew inspiration for this character from a minstrel show that was popular at the time and just a refresher minstrel shows were popular nineteenth century and later form of American entertainment in which White Actors and black-faced portrayed black people as lazy stupid easily frightened and highly superstitious. A popular song of these minstrel shows was penned in eighteen seventy five by a black performer. Billy Kerr Sands and it was called Old Aunt. Jemima and minstrel shows it was performed by people in black face and a white man portrayed aunt Jemima as a slave on a southern plantation. He wore the look that they ended up going with the two original creators of Anti Mama's character in regards to selling food product so the company the same year they came up with hard to rt Davis. He found Agreeing with her created. The Aunt Jemima brand people were intensely curious about the true identity of aunt. Jemima so much so that the police were called to control the crowd at the aunt. Jemima exhibit at the eighteen ninety three world's Columbian Exposition Green third thousands of people that visited the exhibit pancakes and people reportedly were so charmed by her kind demeanor that she was awarded for her show. Woman shift at the exhibition as a result of her extremely successful appearance there. The company received fifty thousand orders for their pancake. Mix in the wake of it. They renamed their company to aunt. Jemima Mills Company in Nineteen Fourteen. And they were so impressed with green's performance. They offered her a lifetime position as their spokesperson. As sales of their products continued to soar however that came to erupt in nineteen twenty three when she lost her life in a car crash. The owner Art Davis was forced to sell the company to quaker oats due to financial issues soon after in Robinson was tabbed to be the new face of HR Mima a portrait now appearing on packages she also appeared at the nineteen thirty three world's fair which was followed by Chicago based Blues Singer. Actress Edith Wilson. She became the first person to appear as the character in commercials and at this time as still included ratio dialects. Aissa former teacher and actress. Ethel Ernestine Harper assumed the mantle after Wilson after that an advertising employees at quaker oats named Rosie Hall took on this position when she died her grade was deemed as a historical landmark in nineteen fifty. Five I lean. Lewis made her first public appears as the mascot of edge restaurant in Disneyland in a short Harrington also did as Edgy Bama at public events in the New York area the aunt Jemima Radio Show ran for from nineteen thirty to nineteen forty. Two Jemima was played by a white black these actress who portrayed aunt Jemima other formats it was essentially a minstrel show for Radio. As early as the nineteen fifties people are questioning their. Isa's undertones of Aunt Jemima the N. Double ACP started strongly recommending that schools not invite Aunt Jemima to speak at them. Increased public scrutiny lead quaker oats to cancel a television campaign in nineteen sixty seven around the time we got the Civil Rights Act and deter name from their Disneyland restaurants. The brand updated aunt Jemima's image in nineteen eighty nine in an effort to avoid criticisms of a mammy stereotype gun. Was the headscarf a traded out instead for at least collar and Pearl earrings and her skin was lightened. She also gradually got thinner. Many historians argue that the mammy stereotype is the stereotype of something that never existed and said it was a fiction cooked up by white southerners to placate themselves around relationships between white men. Enslaved black women the Miami was sexually undesirable not a threat to white women or social norms. Happy to serve the white man and played into the narrative that black women were happy to be enslaved according to Kimberley Sanders in her book. Mammy a century of race gender in southern memory quote enter. My success was predicted upon a fascinating interweaving of commerce memory and racial the star that served as a vehicle of post civil war national consolidation. An African American woman pretending to be a slave was pivotal to the trademark commercial achievement. In eighteen ninety three is success revolved around the fantasy of returning a black woman to a sanitized version of slavery the anti-obamacare to involve the regression of race relations and our character helped usher in a prominent resurgence of the happy slave. Mythology of the antebellum south this popular recreation of an African American woman's lives stood in direct opposition to the Evers Real African American women struggling to public service citizenship. As a symbol of racial harmony aunt Jemima proved to be preferred version of African American womanhood and exultation of slave Agassi nostalgia beginning in Nineteen ninety-three Gladys Knight appeared as for spokespersons for quaker oats. Vape briefly presented her as inch of my herself as of two thousand. Fourteen Harrington's great grandsons were suing Aunt Jemima's parent company quaker oats for two billion for unpaid royalties and damages Harrington plead inch my previously according to them their mother and Green Nancy Green were instrumental in developing the self rising pancake mix. Even before she was aunt Jemima Harrington had a reputation for delicious pancakes. One of Harrington's great grandsons wrote in the suit aunt. Jemima has become known as one of the most exploited and abused women in American history. Really kind of gross. I was wondering how much they pay. These women Yeah I'm it was not had all reasonable. Yeah Yeah so. That's a bit of a pretty dark history right for that We do have a little bit more for you but first we have one more quick break for word from our sponsor..

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"nancy green" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"nancy green" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"Ken Welcome to the Sprinkler nerds. Show glad to have you with us today. Well thank you andy. Nice of you to ask me to join in and looking forward to our conversation. Yeah and you you and I met in person about a month ago at a baseline as line training events and then afterwards when we were having beers together which is where the good stuff always happens. You started mentioning some things in your business that just kind of inspired me. Admitting Open my eyes to some new innovations that will talk about Here on the show but before we get started. You're with Minnesota Saad Company. Can you tell us about your job is and how you got started in this industry I'm currently a manager at Minnesota Saad and company and I've been there for about three years now I started back in nineteen seventy eight went to Lakeville high school here in Minnesota. And if you wanted a driver's permit to park your drive your car to school. You need to prove that you had a job so I didn't WanNa ride that school bus anymore. I needed to have a job so The first job I getting was with Mr Rain irrigation a residential. You're Gatien contractor and that was after school you know in the springtime of that year and then all summer long and that just kind of stayed within about seven or eight years and yeah work bullen pipe with a Pied Piper and just started crew person and Kinda worked up to foreman and also his service guy. We handled kinda southern Minnesota you. Yeah these little datsun pickup trucks. And we I flew all over from town to town and quite a few miles on He's kind of stayed out of the cities for the most part and We hit some of the smaller towns. Where there's irrigation so got to do quite a bit? There went onto a company called natural green who is a bigger commercial Irrigation than landscape company in the twin cities and worked for them starting out as a service tech and then got promoted up to your Gatien Forman and we got involves pretty cool pretty big projects. It was one of the premier companies at the time so the landscape crew would would work alongside the year Gatien crew. I got to meet the get to know and befriends the landscape for them pretty well. And then I kinda landscape bugging me and started learning plant material. And how and why. They were doing the things they were doing and ended up at one point was they. Call it a super forman job where I actually ran an ear. Irrigation Crew Van Lansky crew. At the same time. I was the one form and for two did. That's a little bit and then I ended up getting an opportunity. A Guy that was closer to my house or who is a vendor of ours Hartman. Tree farm wanted to start up is doing some landscaping and wanted to start in your Asian division so he asked me to come on over enjoying his company and start an ear Gatien Division for him. So I did that and I was Ed for about all guess it was nine years or so Worked with those guys. Great Family Nice Small Business. A good tight knit group and Learned more about bidding and the business side of it a little a bit or learned how little I knew about the business side of it maybe that point and then got an opportunity From a guy who hired me originally Nancy Green Slash are Teke Kinda had two different names and he wanted to read. They became a valley crest branch and he asked me if I would become their business developer which he asked me when it was the time of the year in Minnesota. When you did not want to be out in the field it was the beginning of November and it was wet and muddy and cold and freezing and I thought an office job sounded like a pretty attractive deal? Yeah so so I I rolled the dice and thought I'd try sales my good friend. Scott Johnson who hired me Kinda told me it was more of a a client client management job that you know we got our our work just kinda comes in the door. You'RE GONNA take some guys to some hockey games and football games and keep the plans Rolm in and you'll be great at it. You'll love it and that sounded great and Maybe maybe candy coated the positional. Those good parts. He wasn't gonNA tell. Oh Yes yes. It turned out to be a lot more pounding the street looking for work trying to keep and they were at the time or you know three to five million dollar landscape company trying to keep I bet monster fed with work in front of them And then adds calling on estimators right. Yes so that was that was a child in valley crest ended up selling the branch back to the original owner Dave loose and Dan Stewart Hanson. And so then we became back under private ownership began and I ended up for fourteen years being their business developer. Trying to find uh-huh more ways to to bring work in the door our competitors were getting better and and I mean it was. We were kind of the Premiere Company in town. But I'd say that all the guys who were chased those pretty good shape job chased and caught us and then the market goes to crap happen and you're beating the bushes trying to find work so then we got into some hundred scape stuff and we started doing green roofs and we did a few green walls and I kind of really broadened my horizons on a bunch of different things that were possible And it was just you know at at at the end of fourteen years Stewart Hanson the side of the one of the goal different direction and. I wasn't going to be invited along and So there I was was on the streets looking for a job and Minnesota Saudi company had been a great A great bender subcontractor for our Teke and and I always liked those guys I talked to Tom. Grow at Tom and Dana grow. Dana owns the company. Tom Her husband kind of is a run in guiding force behind it to talk to those guys and and I decided I wanted to join with them. and they had some really neat ways to look in the business. And that's where I'm at right now. They've kind of just set me free to do a little bit of the business development stuff that I was doing. There are some things that I thought not. That would work well for them when I came on some prairie. They do a lot of prairie seating but they didn't do the maintenance kind of helping with getting the prairie division Going a little farther. They do a lot of sports fields. we get on some awesome projects for laying sod We've been on I've been in The Detroit Lions Practice Facility and the Saint Paul Twins and Saint Paul Saints here Tigers Detroit Tigers Commerical Park Mark Michigan boot Spartan field. Yeah I mean so we. We rolled out big wall side and some really cool spots So that's really neat. At first I was Komo halt conversation just about that own. Yeah I mean that you get your you get into America Park and you're looking around at the history and you're looking at what's going on and it you get goosebumps you know there. I am cruelly inside but I'm like what an awesome place but Spartan Stadium Just awesome place to be so you know some of my some of the people. I've known for years when I decided to take on with Assad and in company they kind of wonder what the heck was going to be doing there and And that would be Kinda boring for me. It's been quite the opposite We've done a lot of really really cool things at Minnesota and the growth is fast and The the girl was a real entrepreneurial spirit and they're really oh encouraging to everybody so it's been it's of course. Irrigation is a big part of athletic fields. And have an awesome for you to have well. What was weird? I kinda thought it was abandoning my urination routes. You know I'm a certified arrogation contractors can be I a And I got my little voltage electrical license and I've kind of walked away from that is to go to Assad company because they really had nothing to do with your Gatien and then you get here your and you start looking around going eight. There's Era Gatien issues all around us. Maybe maybe somebody wants some help with that so out of nowhere always in the last couple of years we picked up a little bit at year. Asian work I've done a little bit of consulting stuff and and really looking forward to where we might go with at this And that's some of the things that you talked about over beers is is is the new technology and and what's going on with moisture sensors dancers and withdrawn flights. MTV and all that. So yeah. And I think Ben's had had his hands on a baseline product in managing and monitoring US soil moisture sensors and been really utilizing the data. And it might be nice at some point to jump back on and talk to conduct a ban about his experience dance from being kind of green and new to using that type of technology to where he is. Now where you guys are really quick amount of time and maybe some of the opportunities. He's ahead as a as a company to utilize that so. Let's move ans- you where what's what sparked my interest was the conversation about drones and I don't remember exactly how it came up but somewhere we've moved our conversation we're having beers over to some of the EH experimenting and implementation that year doing with drone work yes but Minnesota Sodden Company. He had already started The drone they had dip their toe into the drone world. They'd just bought an N.. Dvi Phantom for equipped with Near infrared sensor on it and they're thought was that with this with the N. D. V. I. Imaging that you can get through this near infrared sensor that they could fly Big Tracks of turf and see health issues. which could be moisture related could be soil related could be disease related and with that was the near near infrared sensor fine problems before they become great big problems and and you know the stitch in time saves dying? We get to solve the problem cheaper. 'cause we're fixing it earlier so that was the thought process they had and then they said. Hey why don't you get your Part one zero seven license and which two guys three guys had already had That within the company and see where we can go with this stuff and what is what is a part one zero seven license. That's a federal. It's a it's a licensed to be a commercial fly. If you fly for money you need to be licensed and you need to be insured which you know a lot of you can go to any store and buy a drone and throw it in the air in the way you go. I still can't fly. Because it's hard as hell to fly a drone the practice. The kind of I is. What was it like the first day or first time you flew this drone well craft craft? It was it was. It was deceiving Because we flew autonomously so we would set up a program flight because we're flying big tracks x of properties and we would so you set the program up in the APP that you're flying in you hit the go button. The drone goes up to the height. It it flies the with the proper overlap with all these pictures going to be stitched together to produce one image bowl to an end e v I image and then also The RGB Red Blue Green image so it was easy you just learn how to set the parameters of your flight at the goal button and go And that was no problem at all and then I started..

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"That's very true. So so all my goodness. I apologize Dalton Ross is tweeting. So that's all Dalton. If you heard my phone buzzing. Yes. So okay. Hi, don. Anyway. So so the other thing I wanted to mention before we get questions is I found it interesting. How several of the jurors took mathematical approaches to determining their final vote. I mean, we already know about Christian, and you know, he even had a graph that he he showed that he showed Robin than was posted on Twitter, and and the patron group with his with his interview. But Elizabeth also talked about it. And I asked her about it on on Twitter. So long live the Twitter press conference. And she told me there that she gave each finalist potential of ten points in each category of outwit outplay outlast, and then she added up each of their points the person with the highest number. That's who she voted for. And I like this idea of doing your best to keep emotions out of the final vote by making it an objective, more or less calculation. I I hope this catches on with. Future juries. Yeah. And I do appreciate the fact that Christian approached his decision in the manner in which he did because he was one of those people that everyone kind of assumed well, he'll vote for Nick. And he'll vote for Nick why because they have a friendly relationship, and they seem to be working together on the island. But that's not where he stopped. He did really. The graph is incredible. So haven't seen it. You should look at it. But it's it is. It's a great concept that there are the people that are on the jury are looking at it more as jury members as opposed to friends sitting on the jury looking at these three people that they have to choose from. They're taking that component away from it. And they're really looking at it more as a game as opposed to people, and they're looking at people that played the game as opposed to the personalities, and who do I like the best because that's always that's no fun. When we see the results will this person one because they're my best friends. Now, that's not that's not the way it should be. It should be about the game. And I really appreciate that approach. A lot. All right. So the preliminaries out of the way, I guess now it's time to get into the questions. So why don't you? Go ahead and start. All right. So the first question comes from Nancy green shields. Can you discuss Allison's incessantly bringing up at tribal council how she is a threat. It seems like bad strategy. Shouldn't you be trying to convince people you aren't a threat? So. I think Alison herself did a good job of addressing this. And she said in interviews. She would change how she talked about herself as a threat depending on who she was with if she was with Christian and Davey. She'd say it would be beneficial for the threats to stay together because those people were threats to but in the end game when she was the last threat there, she would say that she hadn't done anything and Mike had been driving the votes and saving her in an attempt to get rid of that threat label. Now, what we saw on TV was the first part, but we didn't really see the other part. And so I think that's why you know, it looked like she just kept saying, I'm a thread. I'm a threat, but the other thing is people had gotten fixated on her having a good chance to win and being a threat which turned into them. I mean, it was a self fulfilling prophecy, you're a threat, why are you threat? Well, because you're a threat, you know, and so. So I think she talked about it in terms of will. They think I'm threat. And then when she needed to portray herself that way, but the times we didn't get the see was according to these when she was not talking about herself that way. I like good answer. Okay. I know if you had anything else to add I think that I think that what you said the self affiliate. Prophecy is true. I think that she definitely she said it about herself because other people were saying about her too. I also thought it was great that the way Christian talked about..

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