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Service restored to 988 mental health hotline after outage

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Service restored to 988 mental health hotline after outage

"The federal government health agency says it's investigating why the 9 8 8 hotline for mental health emergencies went offline this week. The 9 8 8 hotline set up to provide immediate help for people who are suicidal or experiencing a mental health crisis takes in about 8000 calls a day. But Thursday it was out of service. The Department of Health and Human Services says it worked quickly to try to provide help via text, chats, and alternative phone numbers to those who might need the 9 8 8 service, including veterans, and it says the outage is unacceptable. It's looking for answers from in Toronto, a Nebraska based telecommunications firm that manages the hotline access. Jackie Quinn, Washington

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Power of State Legislatures

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

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Could Liz Cheney Become the New House Speaker?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Could Liz Cheney Become the New House Speaker?

"Some rather bizarre information coming from Capitol Hill. So I didn't think this was a possibility, but it sort of makes sense. So there is some concern that if the Republicans only have a one or two seat majority in the House of Representatives, that you could have some establishment or moderate Republicans. Siding with the Democrats and installing Liz Cheney as Speaker of the House. You say, well Todd Liz Cheney's she lost her congressional race. She's not in Congress, doesn't matter. According to the rules of the House, the speaker does not have to be an elected member of Congress, which is why so many people were suggesting, oh, let's get Donald Trump as the Speaker of the House. Well, I don't think you're going to be able to do that if you've got some renegade establishment Republicans out there who would be threatening and there are some and we're going to be naming names who are suggesting they would be supportive of Liz Cheney. This is one of the reasons why MTG and by the way, one of those individuals is congressman Don bacon from Nebraska. So this is why Marjorie Taylor Greene came out yesterday and said that she is supporting Kevin McCarthy. She's afraid that people might jump ship and that there would be enough votes to install Liz Cheney as the Speaker of the House. This is how crazy it's getting here, people. Can you imagine?

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Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

"There's been another legal setback for President Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers A three judge panel with the 8th circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to keep in place a preliminary injunction that blocks the loan forgiveness program while the appeal process continues in court This comes just days after a federal judge in Texas also blocked the program saying it couldn't be done without congressional authority One of the plaintiffs Nebraska's Republican attorney general says this latest ruling recognizes that the attempt to forgive more than $400 billion in student loan debt threatens serious harm to the economy the Biden administration appealed the Texas court ruling and is expected to appeal this new one from a St. Louis court as well Jackie Quinn

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Corum runs for 162 yards, No. 3 Michigan beats Nebraska 34-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Corum runs for 162 yards, No. 3 Michigan beats Nebraska 34-3

"CFP number three Michigan is Tanner no after Blake coram led a 34 three win over Nebraska Quorum ran for 162 yards and a touchdown He already wrapped up his 7th consecutive 100 yard rushing game by halftime and scored on the Wolverine's first possession JJ McCarthy was 8 of 17 for 129 yards with two touchdown passes McCarthy also ran for a three yard score late in the third quarter putting Michigan ahead 24 three The wolverines allowed just 146 total yards It was Nebraska's 21st consecutive loss against ranked opponents since 2016 I'm Dave ferry

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Mark Levin: Don't Assume Anything, Go out & Vote

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin: Don't Assume Anything, Go out & Vote

"We have something they don't have Me on the radio Speaking to 14 and a half million people in every state in the country Every single state in the country So let's do it okay Don't assume you've won Don't assume it's a slaughter Don't assume your vote doesn't count in most cases it will count It's very very crucial That you do this And even though we'll be off the air after 9 p.m. Eastern Time there's crucial races that are going to be closing in Arizona and Colorado Iowa Louisiana and Minnesota and Nebraska New Mexico New York Wisconsin Wyoming 10 p.m. Idaho Montana Nevada Oregon Utah 11 p.m. California Washington state midnight Alaska Hawaii Alaska's key We want shabaka to win So it's very very important I have a few house races in the early closings that will be monitoring as well as some of the Senate races We've got a few in Virginia that are very close

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Exodus of incumbents brings change to state legislatures

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Exodus of incumbents brings change to state legislatures

"In addition to congressional changes many states will be seeing new leaders at their state capitals as well after the midterm elections As election day nears more than 25% of incumbent state lawmakers will be out of office come next year Retirements are higher in this first election since districts were redrawn based on the 2020 census Other incumbents have been defeated in primaries many of them Republicans who face challengers aligned with Donald Trump Currently Republicans hold majorities in both legislative chambers in 30 states compared with 17 for Democrats Minnesota and Virginia have split chambers and Nebraska's legislature is officially nonpartisan I'm Jackie Quinn

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"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

Beyond Atheism

04:08 min | Last month

"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

"Is messy, life is complicated, but it doesn't mean it's complete disorder. There are ways that not only do we impose this order on it, but ways that we can structure it to maintain some clarity. Yeah, it's awesome. And the stuff talking to people who are super involved at this level is so awesome. And the way she talks about how she deals with things like, you know, what a bill comes up that she doesn't like. I love hearing that. You can hear more about it in the bonus stuff. I think she is talks about her communications with Kamala Harris. That's good stuff to know. And she makes it sound so easy. And really, it is just people getting together working for a common cause. Many hands make light work, Nathan. Yes, yeah. Yep. Yeah, and I think yeah, especially at the more local and state level, I imagine Nebraska is a fairly small state too. So people individuals can have greater impact, perhaps. Well, Nathan, you're from Canada, so you know about how small things can be very, very big. That's a good point, yes. Yeah. That's true, yes. Yeah, any final thoughts on it, Nathan? No, just that it was really nice chatting with Rachel and yeah, I hope that her prediction for the midterms comes true. She keeps succeeding with what the agenda they put forward. It makes a lot of sense. And it seems so attainable and so practical when she discusses it. It's really great having her on great conversation. Yeah, check out the secular Democrats, check it out in your state. If you happen to be a Democrat, if you're happen to be an American. And as always, if there isn't one, just form it, found it. Just show up. That's the thing that one of the main themes that comes across with everybody we talk to is like, well, I just went, just showed up and people called me. Yeah. She's like, I called me. What do you think about that? Yeah, and then he said, do you want to do this? Do you want to do that rough? Great. That's amazing. Yeah. All right. Yeah, so we want to, I guess, say thank you to our Patreon supporters and to the audience. For listing and supporting us. Yeah, keep the tweets coming, get the ideas come and love here on your feedback, love, hearing from you guys. As always, if you get some spare money lying around, you shake out the couch cushions you find a couple of bucks in a winter jacket that you're breaking out for the season. Run on over to Patreon, help us out. If you can't do that, I hate we understand, but like and subscribe, every like helps every subscription helps that way, you don't miss a single episode. And I think that's it. Hey, Nathan, we've since moved homes. Yes. We're now producing association with atheist united studios. We are glad to be a part of. If you're in California, if you're in the area or you feel you're feeling generous, check out their website, throw them a few bucks as well. They love it. They'd appreciate it and they put it to very good use. Yes. And I think is that it? That's it. Anyone else we need to thank. I think we're good. Right. All right, everybody. Until next time. Bye bye.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

Beyond Atheism

07:33 min | Last month

"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

"And there wasn't any pushback on that change in the blank language. There has been pushback when we've asked for there not to be a prayer before the meetings. So now we did a compromise on that where there are the prayer room. There's a secular room, and then there's the nothing room, and you decide where you want to go. And it's not perfect, but it is something. It's not, you guys go sit out in the hall while we pray or just do your right on your notebook, just ignore us, and it's at least we're acknowledging that there's a space that needs to happen. And where it's allowed to happen. So Rachel, what other goals do you guys have for the platform and what are you looking for in candidates? So what we look for in candidates, when it comes to endorsements, we have made a decision at this point only to endorse those who are outwardly and out about being secular. That is going to be changing. We are writing an endorsement questionnaire type thing. Because we want to be able to endorse and put our power behind them. What we really do is we are standing up for those who have a strong policy that helps the majority of our constituents. So those with a strong LGBTQI, those who are going to fight for public education. Those who are going to fight for reproductive rights and fight for healthcare, Medicare for All, all those kinds of things, but really those who are putting Nebraska first. Right now, we are helping basically anyone that wants our help. There are candidates who have told us they don't want our help. And that's understandable. But on the other hand, you don't know how many people in your district are on the down low about being an atheist, you know. We know that there are so many people in different communities who fake our religiosity in order to be continuing being part of their community. So it's one of those things where I will be honest, I did not expect us to be where we are today for another two to three years. I was not expecting us to have this much positive feedback from candidates and from different party officials. I had on my calendar for 5 to 7 years. And this is your three. And we have candidates just knock on the door and ask if they can speak to us. Candidates, you know, they're like, are you going to be at this event? Yeah, I'll be there. Can you write Postgres for me? Definitely going to write postcards for you. They share our posts. They follow us, and it's, again, not what we were expecting. But I think with the changing demographic, they've had to change. Yeah. I had a kind of a stupid question for you. What do you mean like earlier talking about writing postcards for candidates? This may be as obvious, but I don't know what does that mean exactly? So candidates will give me postcards with stamps and I write postcards to their constituents saying, hey, so and so is running for this position. I think this is a good candidate because XYZ. I think they will represent your area, thank you, please vote for this panda on November 8th, Rachel. And it's people you know already or no. I have a list of they hand me the postcards, the labels, the Samson I write them out and send them out. Okay, I see. I see. I'm guessing. It's possible that. Maybe it's just goes to show. It's a very politically plugged in. Yeah. That's interesting. You can get a handwritten note from somebody saying, will you vote for my friend? Well, you mentioned intersectionality earlier. And it's like, it's a great point that we're not, it's weird that atheists don't discriminate that way or even just broadly secularists. And how we like left handed people. Just kind of end up everywhere. So I tie this into Lincoln atheists. What's the, is there a connection between the caucus and the atheist group? No. We are a political group as secular Democrats. Lincoln atheist is a nonprofit nonprofits can only do a certain amount of political work. So I really work hard to keep the two separate. What I do with Lincoln apius is we do a lot of community work, so we sponsor a little food pantry, we try to have events. We bring in speakers. We've had mandisa Thomas come and speak with us a couple of times. We have a road cycling up, which I don't do because I am immensely allergic to anything that grows in the ground. Just to let other folks know, hey, we're here. And we're here for you. And also, let's go hit up the game night down at the local gaming pub. And we really, that's a community. And though I do, as the president of Lincoln atheists, I will go when there's a bill, and I will testify, but I have to be very careful how I approach those things. We can invite candidates to speak, but for example, I could never invite just Democrats. I would have to invite everybody who's running. They don't have to show up, but I have to prove that I invited them. In case somebody were to make a complaint. It sounds like Lincoln atheist is more than just social. It sounds like you have some activists bits. Some of that outreach. Is that trying to think of the best way to phrase this? Because we've had this discussion with other people, I think we've all, we've both lived it and we've been reading about it where atheist groups start out. They're very, very social. They're mostly about people kind of like finding their people. And then when they reach this later phase where they start to make that turn from inward to outward and either become like activist or political or in outreach group and there's a lot of resistance to it. Do you find that with this, these two worlds that you have your feet in at the same time, right? You've got secular Democrats link an atheist, do you see them being completely different, different spheres where one is very much political and the other is and only political and the other is very much social and only social or are they do they both have this sort of community mindset to them? I can babble on if it helps clarify the process. There's a Venn diagram and they do intersect. But legally, we have to be very cautious. Because especially since we're an atheist group, people

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"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

Beyond Atheism

07:49 min | Last month

"nebraska" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

"Great work. And when you look at self identified nuns, we are, you know, 42% of the democratic registered Democrats. And when you look at Republicans, it's one in 5. And so it's just shocking to me that we're not a lot of voice in this. Well, this leads me to another question, then, is that what made you know what made that the important issue for you? That identification with that we are so underrepresented. Because there were lots of things that it could have been instead, but is there something about being an atheist being godless that caused you to gravitate towards we need to be better represented this aspect is the thing that needs to be amplified and shown to the world. It was watching the laws and seeing things like these anti trans bills when watching people fight for the right to marry for LGBTQIA equality. For just seeing these abortion laws continue to chip away. You know, I worked for Planned Parenthood in the early 2000s in late 90s. And we were afraid then. And it's gotten so much worse since then. Watching hobby lobby win this thing where I don't want to, we don't want to pay for your birth control, but we won't pull our stock from companies that provide abortion services or provide abortion bills. Like their stocks are all the way up in the in pharmaceuticals. So seeing the hypocrisy and like I said, I saw where it was going. I saw that if we didn't do something. Yeah. It sounds like you saw that it was where it was coming from as well, that it's coming from this from religion in general. Yeah. And how did you how did you get started getting involved in secular activism? Or like, what was your, what was your first kind of entry point into that? Well, I started out with Lincoln atheist. I've always considered myself, you know, whatever, not a nun, up until up until I really locked down on this. And Lincoln atheist reached out to me because I had just moved back to Nebraska from New Jersey. They asked me if I wanted to join the board. So I did. And from there, it just, you know, I got more involved in different things. I got to see things from a different perspective. And then the person who started secular Democrats of Nebraska reached out to me and he said, I'm going to be running for office. I can't beat the chair of the caucus anymore. How would you like to do it? And learned all about it. And I said, yeah, I can do that. And he goes, and how would you like to be associated with her back? State. American atheist. And I'm like, okay. You know, now I'm now very active, I love what I do. I love doing the outreach. That's why I stepped it back as the chair of the caucus, 'cause I really wanted to focus on the outreach and let somebody else deal with the party. So that I can, I can focus on what I'm doing here, help write policy, help write platform changes, but really what I want to do is I want to be more able to speak to go on different things to write articles to go to the in front of the legislature and have myself prepared instead of thinking, okay, well, how is this going to affect what we're doing in the party? Rachel, can you take us inside the caucus? This is something very mysterious to us. Like party as like a box kind of makes sense, right? There are people who remember the party and they choose to their candidates and so on and so forth. But it is sort of just sort of like a black box. What is a caucus inside the party? Where does it fit into the party apparatus and what is there? I'm not quite sure what is a caucus, I guess, is the star. So think about it as we are an ident sub identity or a micro label within the party. So we have black caucus lieutenant caucus made it back as military families caucus, women's caucus, disabilities caucus. Oh, and of course the stonewall Democrats, the LGBTQ. And our job is to make sure that the party really knows what is important to us and upholds the values that are important. So secular Democrats is one of the most intersectional. I mean, just secularism in general is one of the most intersectional groups that you can have. There's no age, no gender, no sexuality, no race, no creed, no ability, no everybody is included. Nobody is exploded. Except that as psycho Democrats, we do exclude Republicans. Yes. But we invite people of all faith traditions as long as you want to see that separation of church and state. And former members of everything. So our constituency in what we believe intersects a lot with all these other groups. And so we might write a platform resolution for inclusivity for those who are disabled. Because it affects our constituents. And what we're doing is we're just making sure that nothing is passed that is outside the realm. We would never say, yeah, we're going to, we're all on board for a day of prayer. No, no, no, never. That party is proposing that. We are not on board with that. And luckily, our brain doesn't do that. But there are always going to be conflict. And so you also have to compromise. And to listen to the other side and understand that, especially with religion, there is a personal response to it. So if you say I don't want rare, people feel that like a personal attack. In some ways, more so than they do if it's a different identity that you're saying you're not okay with. Because religion is indoctrinated and for a lot of people, the only acceptance that they got from their other is because of their religion. So you may be of a different ethnicity. And you didn't have acceptance for being that ethnicity, but because you went to the same church, they accepted you for that. And so I understand that and I really try to take that into account when I breathe things up because it is so personal and for a lot of people who are already marginalized, it is the only thing that kept them as part of the whole instead of being othered. But they don't, it sounds like you guys don't have religious caucuses in there. Is that correct? There is an interfaith caucus. And what's funny is I've spoken with many members and there are a lot of atheist members in the pockets, just like in the DNC. You know, Sarah Levin is one of the co chairs of the DNC interfaith pockets. So we do have we are hoping someday to have a secular caucus in the DNC. Does the sector caucus have much sway within the party? Would you say? Or yeah, I

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Feds: Theft of frozen beef in Nebraska uncovers crime ring

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Feds: Theft of frozen beef in Nebraska uncovers crime ring

"That of frozen beef and Nebraska helps uncover a crime ring Federal authorities say an investigation into the theft of summer of several Timmy trailers loaded with frozen beef from Nebraska has led to arrests and uncovered a multi-million dollar theft ring targeting meatpacking plants in 6 Midwestern states The discovery of the Miami based stepped ring began in June when several semi trailers loaded with nearly $1 million in frozen beef were stolen in Nebraska and investigation determined that beef and pork packing plants in Nebraska Iowa Minnesota South Dakota North Dakota and Wisconsin were being targeted charging documents say federal investigators used phone records and GPS tracking devices on trucks being driven by the three men to place them in and around meat packing plants where trailers of meat products were stolen I'm Lisa dwyer

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 Judge dismisses effort to halt student loan forgiveness plan

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Judge dismisses effort to halt student loan forgiveness plan

"Republican led states attempting to block the Biden administration's student debt relief program have suffered a legal setback on Norman hall a federal judge in St. Louis has dismissed an effort by 6 Republican led states to block the Biden administration's plan to forgive student loan debt for tens of millions of Americans Judge Henry Autry wrote in the ruling that because the 6 states failed to establish they had standing the court lacked jurisdiction standing reversed to the ability of the states to demonstrate they were injured by the administration's actions Suzanne gage spokeswoman for Nebraska attorney general Doug Peterson says

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Pastor Jack Hibbs: The Importance of 'Stop Prop 1' in California

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last month

Pastor Jack Hibbs: The Importance of 'Stop Prop 1' in California

"And pastor hibbs, you compared it to what was happening in 1930s Germany. What did you mean by that? Well, number one that there was an amazing collected media blitz going on to get everybody's eyes over to something else rather than what was really going on. And the other thing is that Hitler used the church's and communicated to them in vagueness. And so today in California, everything is being talked about as the woman's right to reproductive health. That's how it's being talked about. It's saying one thing that sounds very noble and happy and healthy while the actual law is very murderous and demonic. And so it is very much like Hitler's form of controlling the narrative and deceiving the people. And it's working here in California, but I got to tell you, people are waking up thanks to programs like yours Todd, where other people and other states are saying, wait a minute. If this is going to happen in California, we know something. If it happens in California, it's going to come to Texas. It's going to come to New Jersey. It's going to come to Nebraska. So there are some people that are gathering together and getting behind our effort. Our effort is stopped, prop one dot com stop, prop with the number one dot com and they can get more information, they can certainly help us out because we want to counter his billboard signs. Newsom is using billboard signs and 5 other states red states, by the way, red states, saying, come to California, you can have an abortion, don't tell your parents and California will pay for it and nobody needs to know. This is absolutely insane. And then if

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Football Coach Chan Gailey and Doug Discuss NIL and Transfer Portal

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Football Coach Chan Gailey and Doug Discuss NIL and Transfer Portal

"An interesting parallel. You know, the preseason issue with the NFL. And now you have and you brought this up, the parody issue that you're looking at a little bit in college, whether it be a Kent State in Georgia, whether it be an Appalachian state, you know, basically beating most FBS teams that it played, you have the others that Georgia, Georgia, state Jordan southern. When Nebraska, I mean, you have all these games. Has the, I'm going to make a hypothesis here. I think this is a one of the iterations of NIL and transfer portal. Yeah. I agree totally. I mean, you take Marshall Marshall had 40 something new players on their roster this year counting freshmen and transfer players. And they go to Notre-Dame and beaten out of dying. They were able to gather some people, Notre-Dame had no idea what that other team had. They'd seen one game on tight. So they have some pretty good football players that they've been able to mass and other teams have that too. You don't know what anybody has early in the season and then you figure you don't even know what you have sometimes. And you're trying to figure it out. So, and there's a lot of, you know, the motivation factor is huge in college. Motivation and because going to play Texas a and M for Appalachian state, they want to prove that they could have played a Texas a and M, those kids do. Right. So they're going to apply lights out. Texas a and M is saying, you know, we got Mississippi next week. We got to worry about, well, yeah, we got to think about them a little bit, not worry about this little Appalachian state. And they've got good football players. There's a bunch of good football players out there.

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No. 6 OU routs Huskers 49-14 in 1st game after Frost firing

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No. 6 OU routs Huskers 49-14 in 1st game after Frost firing

"Dylan Gabriel threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as 6 ranked Oklahoma blasted Nebraska 49 14 Gabriel was 16 of 27 for 230 yards and turned things over to back up Davis bevel on the third series of the second half The sooners finished with 580 total yards 312 on the ground Oklahoma scored 35 straight points after Nebraska opened the game with a 6th play 77 yard TD drive The huskers totaled just 71 yards on their next 37 plays in the first half I'm Dave ferry

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Best and worst of the weekend will keep it here. I'm going to start with you, Todd, best and worst of the weekend. Best of the weekend Barry Sanders son Nick makes the Michigan state basketball team as a walk on and will wear his Hall of Fame dad's number 20. I thought that was pretty cool little story. Worse of the weekend, we've said it several times, but it's worth mentioning once again with a 28 17 lead over northwestern in the middle of the third quarter, Nebraska head coach, Scott for us decides to do an onsite kick, didn't work while catching the winning 31 28 coach for us. 15 and 30 now as the huskers head coach, 21 of those losses coming by a single possession. First time since the mid 50s, then Nebraska lost three straights, these openers. See no Connor. Dan, my best of the weekend is Desmond Howard's college football playoff picks. Holy smokes. Is that fun? He's got Baylor Michigan. And Texas a and M with Texas a and then winning off their first national championship. Let's go. Okay. Texas a and M Pittsburgh, Baylor and Michigan. How many? Okay. How do you salvage that? Like how many have to get in the final four, I guess if a and M would win it all, then people would forget about all the other teams that would not make it there. Wow. That is fun. That's what was going to be my worst of the weekend by Desmond Howard either he doesn't know or doesn't care with his picks, but if he goes two for four on that, he should brag all for the whole awesome. Okay. All right. Yeah. All right. What else do you my worst of the weekend Dan, which is becoming a now a weekly update, your leads united squad, unfortunately, came back to down to earth a little bit, lost one zero to one nil. Brighton started off hot though they've been good so far this year. They should rebound tomorrow, leads play Everton Everton's been horrible this year. Mareth, a best of the weekend, Florida state with their win over duquesne. They had three running bags, rushed for a hundred yards first time in program history. Worse of the weekend, my huskies came out smoking with a 14 point lead and ended up taking a loss to Utah state, 31 to 20, but I like the direction we're headed in. Come on, Jim Moore. Let's go.

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Thanks for taking my call. It's going to be best for everybody but Nebraska, worse for Nebraska. Just the comedy of errors were their trip to Ireland. The and being recognized in Ireland as new drivers. So their logo was matching that. And then your boy Kirby, picking Nebraska to be in the Big Ten title game. And then obviously the loss to northwestern following from behind. But does anybody have to take a pie to the face that Scott frost gets fired before the end of the season? During the season. I don't want to be involved in a bet like that. I mean, I feel bad for him. Thank you, Nick. I don't want anybody fired, but man. You're just watching, and I'm thinking, all right, this is nice little game for Nebraska. Yep, 28, 17. Look good, okay? All right. This is different, and then all of a sudden it wasn't different. And then all of a sudden I go, I'll be damned because I was telling the back room degenerates. They were like, hey, who do you like Nebraska, northwestern? I said, take the points definitely. I said, but northwestern will win the game. Picture day ray right up to the game. Going with northwestern, changed to Nebraska. That's why he's a back room guy. He's never going to get out. Picture day, bring. All right, our best and worst of the weekend, more phone calls coming up.

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dac was great with Tony Romo's team. When you get these anti dak Prescott fans, he basically took Tony Romo's team. Yeah? And your point is what? He's still playing well. Russell Wilson, junior the third. Yeah, I'd still put him up there. I'm surprised he's that low. Where's Derek Carr on the list? Yes, time. 65. Oh. Guess where your friend Kirk D cousins is. Is he on the list at all? 77th. 99. Yes. Loved balloons. Yes. Brandy in Iowa's back. Hi, brandy, what's on your mind? Hey, Dan. Just calling in because I had a best that as an island, even outrange Nebraska losing over the weekend. It's a sound bite, so I'd like to see if you know what my best of the weekend could possibly be and here it is. Yes, you got a Velcro wall. Yeah. Go. Let's go. You got the sound. If you have a Velcro wallet and when you come in and call in, just open it up. That's all I want to hear. But Brandi, I'm glad you got one because they're flying off the shelves. Yes, enjoy your time away from the lady. All Brandi, we hung up on it. I was going to ask you if he's married because if he's not, he's not getting married with a Velcro wallet. Yes, Don, should probably say let's crow, I would think when we get excited about someone getting a Velcro wall until let's go. Can we get that started? I could have left it there. What's wrong with let's crow? It's Velcro. you eat crow. You eat crow, but it's let's crow. We got that Velcro wall. Let's go. We could play off of quill. Hi, Todd. Thanks. I gave it a shot. I appreciate that. That's all you can do. All right. Alan Atlanta joins us. Hi Al what's on your mind today. Good morning, Dan. Good morning. Back to the weekend. New York mets retiring Willie Mays number and honoring their New York giants roots. Where's the weekend BYU student check in yelling racial slurs at a duke volleyball player? The nice people. And I don't know, I think it was a person.

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Man who held fake shooting drill at Nebraska charity charged

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Man who held fake shooting drill at Nebraska charity charged

"A man hired last spring to carry out what appeared to be an act of shooting at an Omaha charity complete with actors smeared with fake blood is facing criminal charges John channels of Omaha was arrested and charged with 5 counts of making terroristic threats and one weapons count Police say he showed up at Omaha Catholic charities on May 19th firing blanks from a semi-automatic handgun and staging victims who appear to have been wounded or killed Police say the charity paid channels $2500 to carry out the mock shooting and went along with his request not to inform employees It was a drill Police say they weren't informed about the drill leading officers to respond to panicked employees calls with guns drawn I'm Walter ratliff

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Poll: Inflation, Crime Still Top Concerns for Voters

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Poll: Inflation, Crime Still Top Concerns for Voters

"I do want to get into some of these poll numbers and Rasmussen has it up to date for us. And folks, look, I'm just going to be honest. Number one, okay, number one, it states that inflation and crime are still the biggest issues for Americans. But at the same time, believe it or not, Biden, old number to the approval numbers are starting to go up in Nebraska and hasn't today in their daily cracking, sit down if you're not sitting down. Has Biden at 47%. And why would Biden be afforded that? Well, you're starting to see a coalescing around Biden. Democrat. Maybe even a little bit of the moderates and independents. There's a few reasons for this. One of the big ones that bruiser Andrew had a good point about this earlier was that the bill that Biden passed over the weekend or the path he was on vacation, right? Because again, put him in front of the camera. I'm not even actually sure who it was to pass the bill. By nominally signed off and to learn 300 by the single page of it. And I'm sure if you actually got him down and asked him, he couldn't explain to you a single provision that's in the Bill. But they called it the inflation reduction act. I called the inflation corrupt. We talked also that who was it lobbying behind the theme for this thing, Bill Gates, Bill Gates, taking up the phone, making secret conversations with Joe Manchin of West Virginia, pushing to get management across the line. And why was this? Because this wasn't about inflation. This was a backdoor Green New Deal.

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 Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death

"Brain eating amoeba is suspected in a second Midwest death I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest health officials say a child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain eating amoeba after swimming in the elkhorn river in eastern Nebraska last weekend If confirmed it would be the second death in the Midwest this summer from a potentially fatal infection caused by the naegleria Valerie amoeba health officials in Missouri say of resident died in July after likely ingesting the amoeba at a southwestern Iowa Lake researchers believe climate change may be contributing to an increase in infections since 2000 People are usually infected when water containing the amoeba enters the body through the nose while swimming or diving into

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Armed man approaches FBI office, exchanges gunfire with cops

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Armed man approaches FBI office, exchanges gunfire with cops

"In armed man in body armor tried to breach a security check point at an FBI office amid increased threats against federal agents after the FBI searched Donald Trump's Florida home Authorities say agents at the Cincinnati field office confronted the man who fled and later exchanged gunfire with police There have been growing threats against FBI agents and offices nationwide after the Mar-a-Lago search Violence against law enforcement is not the answer no matter what anybody is upset about or who they're upset with As he visited the bureau's Omaha Nebraska office yesterday FBI chief Chris ray said in remarks carried on WOW T the threats are deplorable The FBI's warning agents to avoid protesters and to put away their security key cards while outside the office Sagar Meghani Washington

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Your Wednesday Briefing: The F.B.I. Searches Donald Trump’s Home

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Your Wednesday Briefing: The F.B.I. Searches Donald Trump’s Home

"Online threats against the FBI and Justice Department following the search of former president Donald Trump's estate in Florida draw a sharp response from the head of the FBI FBI director Christopher wray during a visit to Omaha Nebraska calls the threats of violence against the Justice Department and FBI agents because of Monday search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago deplorable and dangerous He adds the threats come at a time when law enforcement across the country is being hit by a wave of violence not seen in more than 20 years Last year

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Four people are found dead in two burning homes in Nebraska

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Four people are found dead in two burning homes in Nebraska

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Nebraska state patrol says four people were found dead in two burning homes The Nebraska state patrol says four people were found dead Thursday in two burning homes in Laurel Nebraska At a news conference Nebraska state patrol colonel John boldak said firefighters responding to a call about an explosion and fire at a home found a body inside A short time later firefighters responding to a second burning home found three bodies inside Baldock said witnesses reported seeing a man driving away from Laurel and authorities want to talk to the man Authorities did not release the names of the dead or say how they died Laurel a town of fewer than 1000 people is about 100 miles northwest of Omaha

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"nebraska" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"In one small nebraska town residents are living alongside unprecedented pesticide contamination. All stemming from a local ethanol plant the plant wants made headlines for its unorthodox way of making the additive but now researchers are investigating possible side effects including be die-offs sick pets and health concerns christina stella of nebraska public media reports most of the gas we pump into our cars is now blended with ethanol and alcohol usually made from corn but the six hundred person village of mead nebraska is home to a plant like no other the alternate ethanol company instead used surplus crop seeds but many were also coated with pesticides that contaminated the company's main byproduct accord corn sludge called wet cake resident. Charlie mcevoy says their problems started with a stench with think smells like a combination of dead rats and writing green years later. Emily loftus lives by eighty four thousand tonnes of rotting toxic byproducts and enough waste water to fill more than two hundred and sixty olympic size swimming pools. We bought this house. We thought it was going to be a great house for kids and now the question is did we harm them and this process. Is it safe. When they're out bouncing on the trampoline we don't know nebraska closed the plant in february after years of environmental violations days later. The company accidentally spilled four million more gallons. Eleanor rogan at the university of nebraska. Medical center says that's created a rare extreme case of pesticide pollution. If you just trying to imagine eighty four thousand tonnes of something. I mean we're talking about. Rows and rows of three story told hills of contaminated stuff stuff. Rogan is overseeing a team of public health and environmental researchers investigating poison. Pets be die-offs an unexplained health issues state sampling found around a dozen pesticides in all tens waste some at hundreds to thousand times higher than safety

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"nebraska" Discussed on Out of Office

Out of Office

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Out of Office

"To one of the most powerful executives in the media industry. It's been a tough year for paula. And it's not just because of the pandemic in march. She received an open letter from filmmakers they said. Pbs was not diverse enough. I asked her how she felt when she read it. It's a it's a great question actually. No one's ever asked me that. When i read the letter at first i thought well for an organization like pbs. To get a letter like this for me to get a letter like this is is jarring But if you can set aside. And i think this is is one thing that is tremendously important for leadership. You know. you have to listen really well. You have to pay attention to what people say and oftentimes some of the most important information is communicated as what people aren't saying people had these thoughts that had not really come forward that had not been shared. And you know this is something that as an organization. We have to pay attention to. But i think for me personally really being able to focus on Even listening even harder for those important messages that are both conveyed as well as those that are left unspoken. Pbs has since announced a new initiatives to make it a more inclusive network bala insist bs. Serves everyone something rancho in nebraska reminded her about and he walked over to me and he gave me a fixed glaze and he said i just wanna tell you i came to this. I came to this event because this is important to me. There's something that i want you to know. And he said. I am raising children on the farm where i was raised and i always worry that my children are not going to have the same advantages as other kids because we live in a rural area but we interview and you are connection to a world of information and ideas that i know are going to be important to our children and i wanted to come today to tell you. Don't mess this up. That bala says is what drives her. We talk about her motivation. Her childhood her grandfather's influence on her the future of work her passion for the outdoors and her latest hobby beekeeping. There's all that and much more with the president and ceo of pbs. On this episode of out of office. I welcome to out of office. Don't take him the lakers pleasure being with you. But you are the longest serving. Ceo and president of pbs. Fifteen years now. Is that right fifteen years. Yes while that's a long time but you've obviously seen the company grow and evolve over the last fifteen years. What do you think has been the most significant way. Pbs has changed. Probably similar to every other media. Organization is lee participate in just a rapidly changing environment. most businesses have gone through Pretty profound change in the last decade less decade and a half but media in particular. When i started at pbs. We were principally broadcast organization. I remember my first speech. I talked about the fact. That apple was beginning to sell episodes of desperate housewives for dollar ninety nine as part of itunes. And i thought how strange you know. Net flicks was still sending you discs in the mail in those red envelopes. And obviously everything has changed in fact part of the reason that i have stated pbs. For so long. Besides the fact that i am deeply committed to the mission is because the work has become more and more interesting the core what we do in producing and distributing content that we hope is entertaining but when we hit our markets also educational inspirational that stays and that really is what has motivated me to stay. Engaged with pbs. But the way that we connect to people in particularly in this last year during the pandemic when it feels like everything was tested in people's Meat consumption shifted somewhat It has just opened up. Lots of new possibilities. It's it's not for the faint of hearts running an organization like this but it i think ultimately it is thin extraordinary and trying to figure out how to move and organization that had identified itself in various specific way to being much more expensive than the way that it distributes. Its its information and content. Sure another twenty twenty was very important. Here for pbs. Not just because of the woods zoning upside down because twenty twenty is when you marked. Fifty years of pbs. And of course. I'm sure you never imagined it would do not to be the year that it was an instead of having a chance to look back at the greatest moments in the history of ugly television you find yourself dealing with pandemic how twenty twenty change pbs. Yeah it's it's so interesting because of course we had this idea how we would celebrate our fiftieth anniversary in. It's exactly as you described looking at julia child. Who was actually the very first. That was the very first program that we broadcast as a as a network to We really reflecting on how our organization evolved over the fifty years but wipe the fiftieth anniversary. Actually represented was an opportunity for us to dig deep to take everything that we had Learned as or as a as the system over the past fifty years and figure out how to apply it in this very strange time and that meant everything from looking at the content that we produce in delivered everything from the news against programs and so forth. We had a number of years ago created an educational service called learning media which is a broadband service that delivers content into classrooms and suddenly lots of children were home and parents and teachers were scrambling to figure out how to really ramp up distance learning and we were there and we actually did a combination of really ramping up our broadband service as well as going back to good old fashioned broadcast television because there are a lot of children in homes without access to broadband reliable access to broadband and so many of our stations is part of their broadcast error to broadcast courses for kids. That were home so it was. It was an extraordinary time and then in the in the middle Was the murder of george boy which i think caused everyone to pause and think very carefully about our organizations and assumptions that we make organization. Pbs's been very proud of being a immediate organization that has tried to bring forward all life experiences. We have blind spots. We all have areas where we can do better and so two both pivot and try to put forward content both new content as well as great content from our library to help. Everyone understand this circumstance that we're in. How did we get to this place. Obviously understanding history is Is a way to figure out how to forge a path forward but also for our organization internally and and speaking as the leader really looking within the organization and trying to understand. Are there aspects of the work that we're doing in assumptions that we've made because we're pbs. That in fact should be challenged and other ways that we can improve both the work that we deliver as well as the relationships that we have with our employees with the dome.

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Get to the kind of hammer home. The point i think mark stoops is the most underrated coach in the sec. And i am curious to see what they do now. Because i think now people know there's nothing fluky about how they how they kind of bounced up a couple years ago. I think this is a really good program. And they'd done a really good job developing talent. Yeah they they've no doubt cleaned up with the transfer. Ford elected ended up having a big impact on their season. There also a team that you know you mentioned it with this you know because these teams played only sec teams last year. A lot of them had disappointing. Records in kentucky was one of those. They went four and six and then beat. Nc state in the ball game to finish five and six while now they go back to a typical more typical kentucky schedule that includes louisiana monroe chattanooga new mexico state. Good job finding that one and then at louisville you could see kentucky. They don't even have to get drastically. Better get a little bit better in. Be eight and four or maybe nine and three. Everybody's happy again could day Like i think. Emory jones is going to be very good. So i don't wanna say could they end up in the second best team in the east but i think they could end up the second best team the east coast. Florida has a lot of questions. now florida has been a thorn kentucky side for like thirty years They've they've lost games to them. They shouldn't have but yet i think Probably come down to is will us or whoever wins that job like they had too many years now of these one dimensional offenses that. Can't they literally. They barely even try to throw the ball. You know they. They need a more balanced offense. And hopefully having a guy like wanda robinson Incentivizes that like they've actually got some guys that can be on the outside now right so while we're talking about one zero robinson. I think this is a great segue. Studer is sharon uneven. Thought about that. Yeah so i didn't. I didn't sell kentucky to go for this but I'm excited to go to indianapolis issue is not in chicago. Big ten media days will be there So before we kind of dig deep into the big ten than nebraska. Cornhuskers are fascinating for all sorts of reasons. But i'm going to start with this after we take the podcasts. The other day there was some news out of Out of lincoln where a one of your old and this is fair to say you. This was somebody. You mentor earlier. Era in their wednesday mentor. Oh i would You mentor. D- former nebraska. Great travel. albert's who was in the news recently. How come you do not have the scoop that he was gonna be the new day. Okay so my backstory with trump. Albert's is this my first job In this industry was at cnn sl in atlanta for people too young to remember that existed. the site that ended up becoming sl dot com. Started out as a joint venture between cnn and sports illustrated and believe it or not. They had a tv network. A twenty four hour Sports news network much like espn news not to give a arc Our friend richard. Dykes some story ideas. Somebody should do the oral history. Cnn sl not only with stu. Mandel career launched by cns. I wasn't stephen. A smith and Also oh there was a bunch first of all. That was tom. Rinaldi was there Laura oh c'mon was there but yes stephen. A smith original his first foray into a philadelphia inquirer newspaper writer is first. Foray into television was as siennas is one of their i guess. Nba experts so Now i wish we hadn't given away on the podcast. Somebody else might try to beat dates to it. But i agree. That would be a fascinating story. Who else was who had the roots in the us. I tree there. i mean. Tom rinaldi's heavyweight name between tom. Rinaldi stephen smith and you that's gotta be like fifteen dollars with a contract to clear. I was not part of the tv network. So here's what here was launched. Albert's right here. he's now the nebraska a deep. but so he was a you know he lived atlanta. He was the college football analysts for that. Tv network in every week. My job is twenty two twenty three year old. The bottom of the food chain guy was to go over and sit down with him and we would pick two or three topics and are basically interview him about. It is called ghost writing right. This is how you you've done the ghost writing in your in your ears. You interview them and then you turn that into a column that appears to have been written by him and we did that for. I wanna say two or three seasons. And then he moved on. Espn i liked working with travel He was perfectly great with me. But i would say that it was pretty evident than the man had a pretty big ego and then he goes to espn. I'm amazed this is not come up in the coverage of The higher last week. I have not seen it mentioned at all. Trevor albert's espn tenure ended. Pipe dramatic coach He you remember this. You're at espn. So basically he would be he and mark may were. I wanna say like the guys who are in studio all day tag team for espn. Yeah really. They weren't on game day. But i want to say they would like throw them sometimes during game day but they were so they were back in bristol and One day trump got sick of being second fiddle to game day and just walked off. The set was never seen again. So had how the end of his while he made a resurfaced on. Cbs for a little bit but the point is his tv. Days are long past. He became the ad at unco nebraska hall twelve years ago and by all accounts did a fantastic job. There help them move up to division. One made a controversial decision to drop the football program but that paid off a you know such a big money loser and then they were able to up to d want he got a hockey arena built so i saw a lot of snickering when the when a higher was announced like oh nebraska. Look at them. You know we can't get past the ninety s There was an insinuation there that he was all fide. I mean he's a doin for twelve years. This isn't usc hiring lind's walk out of the blue and you like almost pulled over for driving off the road when i told you that He's highly qualified to be the ad. The question is the single expressions is what does this mean for scott frost because bill moose was such a unabashed supporter of scott. Proc- hired him using they give him the longest leash possible. We have no idea how. Trevor albert's is gonna react scott. Frost has another disappointing sees. Yeah i'm curious about that myself. Just because i feel like we've talked about this before and i'm sure we're gonna talk about it again not not too distant future but like so far I have been very wrong in my prediction of what i thought was going to happen. Nebraska football scott. Frost is twelve in twenty he has never had. He's never won more than three games in big ten play three and six three and six three in five You were probably not quite as a few sieve. In the higher. As i was but i think no i was pretty darn abusive. Okay so look Do are you completely off the bandwagon for scott frost. Are you thinking all right. He's not going to get it. I think there's two choices here. Three choices or you. Completely off the bandwagon. You don't think he's going to get it done. You don't have blocked the of expectations but you think the higher will get better or do you think okay. It's twenty twenty one. This is going to be the year on. Put my chips down on the table. Now i'm gonna be proved right. I don't think i wanna get proven right in. Turn because i said he would have won a big ten title. I.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Producer for mlb dot com and sarah Look there's been so much talk about foreign substances and spin rates and batting averages of four the records Where do we stand with batting average Since the let's say let's do the cutoff point april and may versus what we've seen in june. The first stories appeared around june second. There have been some rumblings before that The story we did with all the details of how they were going to do. The crackdown came on june fifth. Let's just do april and may versus june batting average. I share so four in april and may was to thirty six. You know we were talking a lot about on pace for one of the worst batting. Averages ever-worsening nineteen sixty eight year. The pitcher all of the all time bad offense of years in baseball history for short. It's two forty five in june. So that's definitely an improvement. And i do think it's worth saying that we always see batting average. Go up a bit in june. I mean so in the last ten years not including twenty twenty because this season started late two thousand ten two thousand nineteen. It was to fifty one through may and two fifty six in june. So you can see. There's definitely a larger increase here and part of that was below starting point So i think some of that is obviously weather. But you know as you alluded to there. Certainly some other stuff going on as well. Individual pitchers sit. We talked about with. Jessica mendoza about gary richards. we're seeing significant drop and spin rates. So yeah potentially a big difference for sure all right. Let's play the numbers game number. Three number three is five. So kyle schober already has five multi. Home run games this month in june twenty ninth. We still have two days left. Only the fourth player in mlb history to have five multi homer games in a single calendar month. According to elias of the others were harming killebrew in may of nineteen fifty-nine albert bell in september of ninety five and edwin encarnacion in may of two thousand fourteen. And of course he has eleven home runs in his last nine games. That's tied for the most runs in any nine game span with frank. Howard nine hundred and sixty eight. He had two overlapping spans on. I mean you. Pick your span of games. And carl forber has a number of home runs. Left fifteen games last seventeen games. Whatever it is he's just been absolutely on fire for the nationals. To number two is twenty five so speed home runs fernando tateishi near leads. The national league with twenty five home runs until short replays again today and he also had sixteen stolen bases tied for the national league lead with trae turner around kuni junior. So this one has been kind of in the back of. I think all of our minds maybe for at least a month now with okay. When's last time. A guy led his league in home runs and stolen bases so the last player to do that. And we're including ties so if the season ended today ted teases would count was chuck in nineteen thirty two and only two other guys have done that in the modern era which is since one thousand nine hundred ty cobb in one thousand nine hundred nine he also led the majors in each and jimmy checkered in nineteen. Oh three so. I mean we talk about power and speed and just how exciting that is. I think to see from a player and we can think of a lot of players who've had that combination but it's pretty crazy to think nobody's actually done that since nineteen thirty two number one number one is four so since we last chatted. We've had a couple a hundred participant announcement. So trevor story is gonna look to become the fourth player to win the home run. Derby his team's home ballpark. So the other sue that were bryce harper in two thousand eighteen and nationals park. Todd frazier in twenty fifteen with the reds and ryan sambergen in one thousand nine hundred ninety with the cubs and four also works for pete alonso. Who else last week. Because he will look to be the fourth player to win multiple home. Run derbies so. Ken griffey junior one. Three yuan assessment as one two and prince fielder one two and since we didn't have a home run derby last year. This would count as back to back. Derbies four lonzo. If he were to win so says. I want him back to back years. Two thousand thirteen and fourteen and two griffey's three. We're in back back years. Ninety eight ninety nine. Of course i was at horsfield where the homerun derby will ban two weeks two weeks to thirteen days. You talk thirteen days away from the home. Run derby getting getting site about that You know i'm glad that Trevor stories doing it. I wondered how he would feel about a given the physical problems that he had this year. so before we go kiko go this whole podcast without talking. About what hap- dylan bundy on the mound last night. And because you're a new yorker you're going to have to answer for the conduct of new york fans last night. Okay if generally speaking. What happened was dylan. Bundy got sick on the mound during his start. They announced that he was suffering from heat. Exhaustion it is incredibly hot and humid here in the northeast and it was last night during that. Start watching on the yes network Live is this took place. You saw dylan bundy. His face was beat red and he steps behind the mound. He kind of bends over. And you're thinking is he's spitting something and then you realize. Oh no. he's throwing up and sarah. I was thinking that the director of the yes network feed probably was think had the same thought and then once he realized that bundy was throwing up on the mound. They cut away in. All you see are the faces of other players in the field horrified. Looks is they. Watch bundy getting sick. The funny thing was it's clear that the camera in yankee stadium remained focused on bundy's he had at least three rar where he throwing. Up behind the mound. Because you hear in the background on the yes network. The crowd gone every time he had a river of breakfast. Lunch or dinner or whatever it was that was coming. Out new yorkers reacting loudly to deal and bundy's problems on the mound last night. Let's say you. I mean first of all. I hope he's okay. We've all dealt with. I getting overheated on a day like that and we both know how hot it gets on those fields. I think fans may be. Don't even understand how hot it is standing on the mound or standing on the grass there but that was definitely a fans are really kind of moment. You know hearing the i mean you know. Obviously this is not the way we want that to be represented it again. I said i hope he's okay. But you know think about where we were a year ago or a little bit less than a year ago when the season kicked off. And you know the fans are very very very back and the groundskeepers are to of course me being a nerd reporter i what happens when someone throws up behind the mound. How is that handled. And then what i noticed is in the next half inning. All sudden that spot had been removed or was covered over. I'm guessing they use some sort of kitty litter in a hurry because it was pretty bad. All right sarah thanks for doing. This bleacher.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"They're at. The top percentage like one percent of all who played major league baseball. And it's because how they handled those failures were able to have confidence and trust in their talents. Day in and day out yeah and there are great. Great great elite players who deal with that too. You know cal ripken absolutely would have is ups and downs. Alex rodriguez i think would be the first to tell you you know he would go through. Those mental struggles about is hitting and wondering tease. You know what's going on in a way that others didn't so it's fun to see schwab ever work it out dodgers win again last night. Giants and dodgers going on. What are you looking for. tonight's game. Oh well first of all. We have at pitching battle. I mean okay. I mean so many things right. I mean you have like you know. Just the ls right now. Which is much as the padres and dodgers are so exciting. I got to do those games last week. I mean the giants first team to fifty wins the best record in all of baseball like you look at the history of giants and dodgers and the fact that we get these two teams one unexpected to d in this place in this position. The dodgers winning game once you have that whole entire story line even though. It's the end of june. Just the realization. Aaron boone said it for the yankees. Like it's now this is significant. The giants are real. You know in the yankees retirement obviously with with their struggles and how real bad is but on the flip side. The giants are real. They're here to stay in these games. When you're looking at it being able to take the division not being in a position of a wildcard team which i get the dodgers and padres right now are these are significant games. You look to the head to head matchups of the real difference in or if not you're able to win the division ultimately have success in the postseason so you look at this matchup and even though like i said on the calendar we're about halfway through the season this. This is a game that absolutely matters. And you could tell by. The energy could tell by everything and then you get kevin gaza versus walker bueller. Kevin gaza an all star. You'll be you know. He's arguably the best pitcher in nl walker bieler at the best fastball. In the game. I believe so those two had everything that you want. I mean obviously west coast. This is this is. This is my jam. This is exactly what i look for in what you wanna see in baseball right now. So the standing going into tonight's game the giants with a two and a half game. The dodgers a four game lead over the padres. I was around the dodgers over the weekend in two things that i definitely felt from that group of of No players and people in the organization one. There's absolute confidence that they have the ability to figure this out and to overcome the giants and win the division. What for it'd be the eighth straight year. I think To that it's an it's going to be a dogfight like there are not people going. Oh yeah know. We'll be there in the end. It's like no padres giants. That's all real. yes absolutely. And that's what makes it exciting his three team race. And when you have you know divisions in the nfl east like just haven't lived up to the hype coming in with all the talent and all the names and all the expectation of what you felt like that division was going to be here. You have this surprise team in the west and the giants which are ultimately like you know one of the biggest names in all of baseball just struggled last two years. No one had him on their radar and the exciting exciting team and all of baseball. I feel like in the san diego. Padres and the defending national champions. So this division right now. And i know the rockies. Thanks to kind of just forgotten left out but between these three teams. It's going to be a battle. You feel it. And that's why games like tonight are going to be so important. So trevor bauer pitch last night. I don't know if you get a chance to listen to his interview with us and sunday night baseball. He was phenomenal in talking about the foreign substance stuff very interesting last night when he came out and got checked. Angel hernandez was homefires. Don't know if this was just angel hernandez doing an angel hernandez thing Into going next level but he checked. Trevor bowers fingers enhance. And i've i've heard people in baseball. Say that to me like look You should worry less about the glove or the cap or one of these spots. Check the fingertips. If you're actually checking for foreign substances because as we saw when alex rodriguez had that Spider tack in the studio a couple of weeks ago and he office hands. It took him he. He said he was like even on the drive home. He was trying to wipe the stuff off his hands. I actually hope that's how they do it more and more. Check the pitchers fingertips. What do you know exactly. So you'll have guys undressing like they're going through. Tsa pre check me like that's the thing is like the end of the day you. You're looking where they're hiding on their body on their uniform. Like i mean there's a million places that you could find a secret spot to get something you know and that they're not going to be able to check like every single place and if you do like where's the line. Where do you not check and so like to see like the ridiculousness of you know obviously guys like addressing and like you know. Just look fine here check this. It's the one place that they absolutely need it in the fingers. And yes you're right. This isn't this isn't sunscreen. I get like that could be something. But i am one hundred percent okay with. Someone has sunscreen on their hands from applying it. They're now using it to grip a baseball like we're good. But if they're using spider tack if they're using these like basically gorilla glue like can't get the peaceful off my finger. It's going to be very easy to identify and check on their fingers so maybe the biggest example in baseball a pitcher being affected by this new crackdown garrett richards of the boston red sox who spent on his curve balls come way down. It's affecting his repertoire. Give listeners gary richards after his performance for boston last night..

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Broadcast analyst for espn and tonight just going to be part of the call in the game between the giants and the dodgers will get to that in a bit first off last night. Dylan bundy got sick on the mound while pitching for the angels. Did you ever get sick on the fields. In all the time you know all the years you spent to that degree. I know i guess because it happened. it seems like something that would normally happen but like mean i remember you know. Playing one hundred fifteen degree weather feeling nauseous. Feeling like you could As i'm sure any baseball softball player that played through summers especially in travel ball But yeah never threw up. I don't think i've ever seen anyone throw up either so To actually have that happen and see it. Yesterday was pretty disgusting. Honestly pain degrees. You played on a field whereas one hundred fifteen oh tucson arizona. In the summer where like literally shouldn't be on like the heat like you could fry on the field like mike. My cleats would be melted by the end of the game. Oh my god i yeah. Yeah now that that's a whole you. Sports like how you re things. Along list of things that shouldn't be happening swertz. That's on the list awarded in the heat. I remember grow up on the form we used to. You know we'd pick up hay bales when it was like in the high nineties at the top of the barn that sort of thing but one hundred fifteen i can't. I can't even fathom how that must be on the other end of the spectrum is what's going on with kyle schwab over who is just unbelievably hot. And i bet there are people in the cubs organization just notting narrates. We knew all along as always had it in there. It's just a question of when the light would go on. He think about him as a hitter. He was someone who was such high regard for his hitting acumen. That in two thousand sixteen. Remember how he blew out his knee. Early in that season cubs rushed him back having not played at all for six months to be designated hitter in the world series. Because that's a level of confidence they had in him as a hitter. I've always thought of him. Just as being a guy who can drive yourself crazy. A little bit put pressure on himself and sorta grinds on himself and now that he's in his late twenties. Maybe he's just figuring out a little bit now. I i agree with that. I think you know you go back to that. Two thousand sixteen in the love la expectation was at the lowest for him because he hadn't had any at bats. He was just coming off this major injury and this. No one expected much plus. He wasn't any name that you would think of in run. The chicago cubs had made up. Until that point. So when kyle schwartz came in and just blew everyone away by the bassett's power and and really like so similar to what you're seeing now. Meaning he can hit anything. I mean there is not a pitch. I mean ross was saying last night a manager for the mets. There's nothing you can pitch him right now. Like literally no off speed. No breaking ball. No fastball no location. He can hit everything. It's so fun to watch to be honest like as much as we marvel at like all the spin rates are things the pitchers can do like. There is nothing better than watching shitter when he is in an ultimate zone and you see with like guys can get. Hit solves yields but decision short short fashion meeting. He is gonna launch the one that he hit. Last night i was like kidding. Relate the third deck. I mean just crush me. I swear you still in the batter's box on that thing landed. He hit it so hard but the point is is. I think the expectation is lower for him like most players. You know they just allow. they're hitting abilities. Do the work and there was so much pressure after what he did in two thousand sixteen so you agree with me that he You know. I mean he's a. I want to make this absolutely clear. I always love talking to kyle. He is a gray guys. Funded talk with He knows a lot about hitting. But you know when i covered. Derek jeter tony gwynn. Was these the exact same way. They woke up every day knowing that they were going to get three hits and it was that confidence was resolute from the beginning to the end of their career. Dip today getting three hits run the other hand guys like charles schwab down a little bit and i always thought himself as you could watch games and see him just grinding mentally. Almost as if like. Oh my god what is going on in a way that you know those The windsor the world don't ever really worry about well. There's a reason why jeeter and glenn will stand apart forever. It's being you know one of the more unique talented. You know the list of things but at the top of that list is the consistency to mentally. Stay the same through the grind of what is hitting because ultimately. You're not gonna go three for three every day. I know those guys were ridiculous but they failed more than they succeeded and yet they were able to handle it in a way that you didn't see like the schmerber frustration that you saw for years we are not as another one stands out to me off so much pressure on himself yet is so talented but you can see you know the body language you can see it and it's not for lack of i get it. They want it so bad and it is a game of failure. You know it but how you handle that. So the course of a season is is so unique to be able to handle that in a way that they're jeter tony gwynn. I mean i really believe that there are very i mean..

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

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"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"The the the encounter was actually in the late sixties. One hundred sixty seven so herbert while kinda the ufo speaking circuit I believe and michael hurt him and was so inspired by his story that he wrote a comic. So i am going to read bits of comic. That are in herbert's own words. I think you get a better sense of what happened to him. When it's in his own words and i really want to Give his story the justice that it deserves And then other parts. I have written My right up on it. So there was a couple of articles written 'em and published in the nebraska state journal in nineteen sixty seven. That i got to read old articles and i have pictures of them so i will post these on our social media. They're absolutely so cool. Yeah we can just only do pictures from your story. Because i definitely don't wanna mutilated cow on our instagram. Come on just a heads up. We can leave my photos so this is called. This comic is the third of december nineteen sixty seven an alien encounter so this encounter takes place in ashland nebraska on december third nineteen sixty seven but before we get to the encounter. Let's learn a little bit about herbert schumer. herber was born. July eighth nineteen forty-five in missouri. His father was in the service so as a kid. Herbert lived all over the world and japan germany france and even hawaii and herbert was seventeen. He himself joined the military the navy branch and he served in vietnam once he was out of the service. Herbert went home to nebraska where his parents lived in their retirement fed up with making two dollars. An hour. herber had always wanted to be in law enforcement so he decided to apply for the nebraska state patrol. Herbert loved serving his community and serving the laws of the state during his time as a police officer he kind of had a life of service military police officer. He really did. And it's so funny that you would say or gave me goosebumps because on december third nineteen sixty seven. Herbert was only twenty two years old..

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"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Going out to check on their thousands of head of cattle isolated areas and they don't know what's out there. They don't know who's doing this. There could be somebody waiting for them a lot of times. These are families that have young teenage kids helping them. There's just a lot that the mysterious nature of all of this. It makes it even scarier. It is because they don't even know what to look for it truly is i mean. Have you ever been in somewhere. Isolated out in the you know on a hike or camping or out in the wilderness and seen some weird shit like yeah. It's the most terrifying thing that you could experience in your out here and not only is your livelihood being fucked yeah But it's weird. It's fucking weird yet. Like one of the branches that who strowman and get to a little later said that he used to let his twelve year old son. Kinda go out there with them. Kind wander around. But now he's like. I'm not gonna do that. Because i don't know what's going on. Yeah like i said. The operation found around ten thousand head of cattle had been mutilated and when this operation came to an end. The fbi didn't really have an explanation. The fbi claimed that in most of these cases they believed it was predatory animals or other naturally occurring events and although the bureau did acknowledge that some cases had lease that could not be caused by natural predation. They were unable to identify any individuals or groups responsible for the bizarre and numerous mutilations and deaths of these animals basically they said it's natural deaths or accidental deaths and everything else is caused by predators. So best case scenario is a wolf with a surgical laser Worst case scenarios forehead. Yeah worst case scenario. It is a sick fucking group of people psychos. Yeah and i guess best case scenario would be that these ranchers who work around cattle their entire lives for some reason. Don't know what a predators attack on an animal would look like if frankly it's insulting. Yeah which is also a little unrealistic to me right to believe that. A rancher doesn't know the between a predator and somebody attacking their animals. Yeah and i pretty much wrote that. Here i said i believe a rancher over an fbi agent and he day of the week so frank about most things but especially cattle and unfortunately although it subsided after this massive wave in the seventies cattle mutilation has persisted as we know especially cassie fan of mutilations knows i have my who'll or ton. What's that say. The only thing that does not change as change itself in cattle mutilations. Yeah pretty much. That's in august of two thousand. And four larry jergens the owner. Of i i believe you say virgins but honestly it was spelled differently in every article that i found this including history channel dot com. Okay so i'm not sure if it's juergens or dirksen I think it's so larry. Juergens is the owner of georgians ranch in nebraska and he found his eleven year old black angus dead on his property..

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"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Damn it just sorta talk about shiny spacious and was also noted that there weren't any tracks car tracks or what have you around the carcass in question which is also really weird. Because it's not like these animals are in somebody's backyard there in vast pastures so people have to get out there somehow. Many were concerned and that this was work of a cult. Because it's always a satanic cult freight right and by. I mean it's actually never satanic ever. I mean everybody knows that the number one thing that you sacrifice is a cow's colon. I think because it is the sex organs and tongue and that's why i can see why people's minds go there but i mean has it ever actually been a satanic cult ever. I don't think so. I think we should tell you. What on when it actually is also in that in that seventies new york times article they mention they mentioned that there was a colt at the time and listing followers for a trip to outer space. And i was like. Are they talking about heaven's gate offhandedly talking about heaven's gate when two worlds collide. Yeah i was like. Ooh i wonder and then it kind of made me feel bad because i know what happened to heaven's gate because this was clearly before the end of that but maybe they're special. Nike's help them sneak up to the cows without leaving tracks. Yeah maybe they were like I don't know wider. Maybe they were feather light. I dunno mystery solved. We've done it. You're welcome nineteen seventy four nebraska so hit specifically hard by cattle murder. Multiple cattle were found dead in madison county. Nebraska specifically it was the typical mutilation style genitalia removed along with an eye on the tongue. And this situation someone did see something. New witnesses claim that an unidentified flying object was seen flying in the night sky it had colored lights and was darting behind trees making it hard to discern its distance or speed..

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