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Fresh "Nebraska" from Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Nebraska" from Morning Edition

"The 40 million plus Americans who receive food stamps snap benefits are seeing an increase this month most recipients live in cities still government data show the biggest impact is in rural areas Marketplaces Savannah Maher explains why When low income people receive snap benefits it can change the way they spend their money Definitely having some more money for housing Child care is a huge issue Kimmy wells is with Nebraska's snap Ed program She works in the center of the state helping people sign up for assistance You know I can think of an example of a family that we're working with having that snap enable them just to really improve their world diet for themselves and their kids And then did free up money for other things Things like a more reliable car which she says really open doors for this family Because transportation is so huge we don't have public transportation She says in rural Nebraska snap helps more than just the people who receive the benefits The program can help keep a small town's grocery store float and free up families budgets to spend more at other local businesses In relative terms snap has a bigger impact on the rural economy than the urban economy Economist Kathryn ralston at the USDA co authored the new research on the impact of snap benefits in the 6 years following the Great Recession She says the food in agriculture sectors play a bigger role in rural economies That's where most food comes from the rural area So when urban households use their snap benefits it supports output and jobs in the farm and food processing sectors in the rural economy Jonathan hello is with the non partisan center for rural affairs He hopes this new research can help build greater.

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Federal grand jury indicts Nebraska GOP lawmaker

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 d ago

Federal grand jury indicts Nebraska GOP lawmaker

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an indictment accuses a U. S. congressman from Nebraska of lying to the FBI US representative Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska has been indicted by a federal grand jury of lying in a federal investigation into illegal campaign contributions from a Nigerian billionaire a grand jury in Los Angeles indicted the nine term Republican on one charge of scheming to falsify and conceal material facts and the two counts of making false statements to federal investigators the charges stem from an FBI investigation of illegal campaign contributions from Gilbert should gory and I Jurien billionaire of Lebanese descent the contributions funneled through a group of Californians from twenty twelve to twenty sixteen what do for U. S. politicians including Fortenberry in twenty sixteen using an analysis of federal election records politico has identified three other recipients all Republicans as former U. S. representative Lee Terry of Nebraska in twenty fourteen representative Darrell isa of California in twenty fourteen and Mitt Romney during the twenty twelve presidential campaign there

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Aidan O'Connell, David Bell lead Purdue past No. 2 Iowa 24-7

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Aidan O'Connell, David Bell lead Purdue past No. 2 Iowa 24-7

"Eight no colonel threw for three hundred seventy five yards and accounted for three touchdowns as Purdue beat second ranked Iowa for the fourth time in their last five meetings twenty four seven David bell had a career best two hundred forty yards receiving it produced first victory over a top two teams since nineteen seventy four against second ranked Notre Dame I was just going out there trying to make plays and missed on finding a way to beat number six in the country so I knew that not only myself but the whole receiving corps led to come the one reason everyone again I was scored its fewest points at home since a thirteen seven loss to Nebraska in twenty twelve the law since the Hawkeyes twelve game winning streak Purdue intercepted Spencer teachers four times the most thrown in a game by Iowa in twelve years I'm the ferry

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State Attorney Generals Need to Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

State Attorney Generals Need to Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

"The republican attorney general's would have united together not just wrote letters but if they would have said that if any vaccine mandate that would be instituted in their state would be met with investigations of whether or not waivers are being granted. So here's really what should have happened. You take a state rather red-state state. Let's just take south dakota because we talk about them a lot or how 'bout wyoming nebraska north dakota the attorney general should of told the population file as many religious exemptions of your employers as possible and if they are denied immediately appeal then to the north dakota attorney general's office and that employer could be investigated for violating religious privacy and medical privacy laws these employers would back down and they would grant all the religious liberty exemptions if they would have had the fear of the attorney general coming after them then they would have just backed off now many of the just dealt with this. We just got an email from somebody freedom. Charlie kirk dot com. This is charlie. I find failed religious exemption. I was then intimidated with five men that then have a woman employee literally five men in a room and ask her. Do you take advil. What kind of shampoo us in. What other medicine do you take. Incredible violation of medical privacy of five men asking a young woman. What her medication schedule is. Now could you imagine if five men were doing that. Say do you take birth control. What's your sexual history. I mean the the left would lose their mind but no it comes to a vaccine. All the five men in a room asked very intimate questions and i gave her some advice because they were trying to say what kind of shampoo us. What kind of do use advil or not because those could be against your religious beliefs. They're the ones who determine anyone's religious beliefs that they very well might violated state and federal statute of discriminating based on religion for not granting a religious exemption. And that's where the state attorney general's really need to start to step

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Nebraska Will Oppose IRS Snooping in Biden's $3.5T Spending Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Nebraska Will Oppose IRS Snooping in Biden's $3.5T Spending Plan

"A lot of people are looking for a roadmap. How do we move forward. While the nebraska treasurer it becomes the first state. Says they refuse to comply with biden's plan to let the irs view your bank transactions nebraska says nebraska state treasurer. John miranda said they will not comply if the administration sues. He will take it all the way up to the supreme court i'm reading from the gateway pundit dot com as a state treasurer i have an obligation to safeguard personal information of hundreds of thousands of these accounts. And it's absolutely wrong to ask american citizens who have an accuser wrong during the turn of their wrongdoing to turn over the private bank information the federal government. There's no excuse for it. He says moronta. The state treasurer. Says i t i don't typically engage in legislation. That's going through congress but on an issue like this is something that myself and many of my colleagues across the country believe we have to stand up and fight. And i would say this. Even if the supreme court says it's constitutional don't comply seattle san francisco portland los angeles chicago new york philadelphia. They did not comply with federal immigration law. Because they didn't like it with all of a sudden the biden regime is going to say. Yeah we wanna see your bank account information. The state attorney generals and treasure should say no. That's not how this works. And i wanna just praise nebraska for saying the sell out saying that they are going to have a noncompliance agenda when biden decides to completely and totally overreach and go in a direction that we have never gone before in our country that they can see your most intimate banking information your transactions as you make them for what reason exactly because they want to monitor you and of course they'll target conservatives more than liberals obviously they'll target republicans more than democrats especially republican donors and people that are making a difference obviously

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Judge won't block Creighton University's vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge won't block Creighton University's vaccine mandate

"A judge won't block a Nebraska university's vaccine mandate a judge refused to block Creighton university's requirement that all students get vaccinated against Kobe in nineteen despite the objections of a handful of students who said getting the shots would violate their religious beliefs against abortion in August the Catholic University in Omaha Nebraska mandated that all students get vaccinated the lawsuit says the students object because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses the Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren't available the university says it believes the students have a moral responsibility to get the coronavirus vaccine to protect the community I'm Walter Ratliff

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Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

"Third ranked Oklahoma defeated Nebraska twenty three sixteen on the fiftieth anniversary of the game of the century which the Cornhuskers one thirty five thirty one Spencer rattler threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the Sooners survived a scare a big play occurred right after Nebraska scored to get within fourteen to nine in the second half Isaiah Cole blocked the extra point at that field returned it one hundred yards for two points Aaron gray ran for eighty four yards on fifteen carries a Kennedy Brooks scored on a two yard run for the three and Sooners Brooks finished with seventy five yards rushing I'm Dave Ferrie

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4 Anti-Abortion Students Sue Creighton Over Vaccine Mandate

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

4 Anti-Abortion Students Sue Creighton Over Vaccine Mandate

"For anti abortion students to Creighton University over a vaccine mandate for students are suing Creighton University over its requirement to get vaccinated against Kobe in nineteen to remain enrolled at the Catholic University in Omaha Nebraska mandated vaccines among all students in August the students argue that some of them feel pushed to violate their religious beliefs against abortion the lawsuit filed this week says the students object because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses the Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren't available I'm Walter Ratliff

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Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | Last month

Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died

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Discussing The Golden Handcuffs Trap With Graphic Designer Anthony Banks

The Futur

02:42 min | Last month

Discussing The Golden Handcuffs Trap With Graphic Designer Anthony Banks

"So you're you're working a staff job and you're thinking okay. Is this just me slowly dying. And i'm getting paid and there's a comfort and security in knowing that there's a regular paycheck distress over finding work all the time but then there's no real fast way to get ahead right. Yeah i mean there's there's always move out to up that's kind of what we do In our industry but then you just end up at another job. Kind of just biding your time. Until you think you're ready for a promotion or a pay raise or something and then you just move somewhere else at. It's it's just like a slow predictable path and it's not very appealing when i think ahead like ten twenty years. Yeah and how long have you had this job. I've been at this job a belt three and a half years which is about the the average stint that. I'll i'll be at any one place i see. So you're coming up on that and you're getting the aging yen. Okay let me ask you a couple of questions. Are there a lot of job opportunities. In nebraska there are I live In the capital. Which is lincoln. And i work in the biggest city which is omaha That's where berkshire-hathaway is based at of. There's there's a lot of industry here. There's a lot more design in advertising. Things like that than i would have ever imagined when i first moved here. I'm i'm originally from southern california and you have this. Perception of the mid west is just farms and cows and All that kind of stuff. And i've been shocked. At how much designed there is here. Okay so there's plant it's a healthy job market for a person with creative services or craig's skills right. Oh absolutely okay all right. Do you feel that. You have to stay for certain reason that i need to stay in my position I don't feel any compulsion to stay. I can't say in all honesty that this has been the best job company culture that experienced in. Gosh like but twenty years. I've been now all the stuff i mean. It's it's it's rare you know so it's the idea of of leaving it for really anything else especially another company. That's kind of not appealing. Because i know what the alternative could be like and that this is rare. So there's that part of it that's that's teetering me there and i mean they pay me well. I have great perks So it's all is that The golden handcuffs. A little

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"nebraska" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | Last month

"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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Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | Last month

Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

"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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US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport

"Outside the airport in Kabul, 13. U. S military personnel were killed along with dozens of Afghans near the airport gates. Still, NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, the U. S. Is wrapping up its evacuations even as the U. S military responded to the attacks claimed by an offshoot of Isis. Evacuation flights continue. President Biden says another 7000 people have gotten out, including 500 Americans, and he says This effort will continue for several more days before his August 31st deadline. To the extent that we can do that, knowing Threat. Knowing that we may very well have another attack. Military's concluded that's what we should do. He says He's seen no evidence of collusion between the Taliban and Isis K, the group that carried out the deadly attack. Michele Kelemen NPR news, the State Department Nebraska's governor has

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NCAA Investigating Possible Violations by Nebraska, Football Coach Scott Frost

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

NCAA Investigating Possible Violations by Nebraska, Football Coach Scott Frost

"Brett McMurphy of the Action Network, Nebraska head coach Scott Frost in the program. Investigated here for improper use of analysts and consultants. What does that even during practices and games? They also reportedly moved workouts to an undisclosed campus. Let's go to the quad. Instead, let's go streaking in the quad, not winning football games. He may as well try something else. Yeah, they basically they stretched like boundaries of what you can do in terms of practice time. I guess he was trying to get more reps in whatever and the frowns upon that. So this was limiting the workouts due to Covid 19. So I guess they tried to circumvent some things with Covid, which obviously the Covid 19 serious. So, So

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"nebraska" Discussed on Out of Office

Out of Office

07:54 min | 2 months 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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Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade

"Workers are dying on the job from excessive heat death that might have been prevented at construction sites and in farm fields and investigation by npr and the investigative reporting unit of the columbia journalism school examined hundreds of these cases and they found that osha. That's the federal agency charged with protecting occupational safety and health that osha has known for decades how to prevent deaths from heat but they have not acted. Npr investigative correspondent cheryl. W thompson has our report. This is the cornfield where three years ago a migrant worker collapsed crews korea's beltran had spent nine hours to tasleem corn and big field in grand island nebraska. It was hot at least ninety degrees. He had one bottle of water and no shade at the end of the day. The other farm workers emerged from the field to board a bus to a nearby motel for the night but not beltran Center this is joseph rivera and we run the decathlon crew. But there's been a guy missing now for a few hours. They thought maybe he went home because they couldn't find him in the rose and the company went out there and they can't find them in a frantic would organize a search party. They found beltran's body twenty hours later amid the corn. Husks that empty water bottle stuffed in his pants pocket. I would say he just had a heat stroke. I mean just collapsed there and that's where he landed. That's michaela norman. A clerk at a local funeral home who retrieve beltran's body that july day it was the third day on the job for the fifty two year old from mexico a job. He took to earn money to buy his daughter address for her high school graduation. Our investigation found that beltran is one of at least three hundred eighty four workers who have died from the heat in the us in the last decade men and women labor in fields in construction collecting

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Group of Friends Rescued From Flooded Elevator in Omaha, Nebraska

Red Eye Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Group of Friends Rescued From Flooded Elevator in Omaha, Nebraska

Garth Brooks Reassessing Stadium Tour Because of COVID Surge

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Garth Brooks Reassessing Stadium Tour Because of COVID Surge

"The top country music stars rethinking plans to do stadium tours this fall in large going home moon summer nine Garth Brooks at envision tens of thousands of fans filling stadiums around the country during his concert tour this fall but he is re assessing that decision because of the rising number of new coronavirus cases around the country in a statement Brooks says he will do his next two shows set for Kansas city in Lincoln Nebraska but he says he's unsure about what to do after that he says he'll be using the three week break after the Lincoln show to decide what to do about the rest of the tour which includes stops in Cincinnati Charlotte Boston and Baltimore he says the last thing he wants to do is to schedule a show sell tickets Ford and then have to bail on fans because of health concerns I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

"The number of new covered nineteen cases across the U. S. has tripled in the past month yet several states have scaled back their reporting on the virus the quick spread of the delta variant among unvaccinated people has pushed the average number of new covert nineteen cases from less than twelve thousand a day nationwide a month ago to nearly thirty eight thousand this week but Florida Nebraska Iowa and South Dakota are now reporting their numbers weekly rather than daily complicating efforts to track the summer surge in Nebraska the state actually stopped reporting on the virus altogether for two weeks after governor Pete rickets declared an end to the official virus emergency and while some officials described the moves as part of a return to normal Florida has seen a sixty five percent jump in hospitalizations this week I'm Ben Thomas

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Nebraska Zoo Says 200 People Possibly Exposed to Rabid Bat

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Nebraska Zoo Says 200 People Possibly Exposed to Rabid Bat

"Bat might have some on edge today at Omaha's Henry Durley Zoo and Aquarium staff say 186 customers and some workers might have been exposed to the nocturnal memo when they camped at the zoo last weekend. The zoo's refunding the campers and Paying for their Rabies shots. I'm

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South Dakota to Send National Guard Troops to Texas

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

South Dakota to Send National Guard Troops to Texas

"The governor of South Dakota is joining the growing list of Republican leaders who are sending law enforcement resources to the southern border with Mexico with large numbers of migrants showing up at the U. S. border with Mexico the states of Florida Nebraska Iowa and now South Dakota are sending police officers and military personnel to assist the governor of Texas south Dakota's Kristi Noem says she's contributing fifty National Guard troops Texas Republican governor Greg Abbott announced plans to build more barriers along the border vowing to use two hundred fifty million dollars in state funding and soliciting donations through crowd funding sources former president trump who campaigned on expanding the border wall is expected to visit the region this week I'm Jackie Quinn

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"nebraska" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:37 min | 4 months 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

05:40 min | 4 months 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

01:40 min | 4 months 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 | 10 months 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 Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"I would admit. I'm probably the weakest of the guitar players sitting at this table. Right now We all play every single song on this thing right. Oh absolutely yeah not really complicated me and to be able to fill these words to write this and make it feel the way it does. I mean that's just mastery of your crafts. There's there's nothing. I think we would all agree. There's nothing musically complicated about this in any stretch of the imagination poetically. Yeah this is th th. This is all about the lyrics and imagery and everything else this is. This is a songwriter's album. And i think that's why it was so appealing to me because i am a simple guitar player. I need the simplicity. And like i said i play. I can play ever song on this album. Along with him. Other than nebraska. Because well if you'd have to you'd have to. Sometimes i find it helps. Just drop it a couple times and the carpet and then you just kind of go from there. I i still have my first guitar. And it's dove my dovey and she stays out of tune anyway so i can play along with. It is fun you. I still have my first acoustic guitars. Alvarez and i'll play it once a year and it's still in tune really stays in tune but dissembling incredible my song. Sometimes it's a honda other. You go made fort worth texas. There's nothing worse than trying to play guitar. That's out of tune it. It'll drive you insane on it so we're trying to play along with somebody that's out of tune it was it was. I think it was jacking. Said planning guitar out of tune. It's kind of like when you're smoking. Forget what you're talking about so he references. The baby's going to take a river a baby to the river to baptism in his name. Is kyle william. My son is john william and he was almost giancarl. Really named after. Kyle field at texas and my father-in-law ended up. John wayne my and my father. That's right that's right since he's talking about your religious overtones overtones strata. This very religious. And i think it's cool is that he ends the album with this because it's all dark and then all of a sudden. Hey we're still looking for a reason to so you even though not done yet. There's meanness there's evil. They're still reason to believe the reason to go on with all the murder and the sadness and the poverty and everything else. They're still i mean and the song ends with you can get the kids got the groom getting ready to be married. We got the everybody's down there. It's still okay at the end of the day is still okay to go. You open this whole thing with talking about like the world. We live in right now recording from home because of all shutdowns half as kind of a positive thing right. There's still reason to believe it's not it's not all it's not all black. It's not all bad donald dark. Which what a perfect way to to create an album. If he'd opened with this and then giving us the rest of it we would have gone. Were plus didn't fade out and for that my friends i will give him all the credit in the world on that one. Yeah what do you think jason. I enjoyed sean right. It's a great album. This is an album that. I think we've had this one in the can for at least a couple of months. We have We i wouldn't really sure putting it together because it was much choice. I was trying to figure out. How are we gonna put this together when you said. Let's bring in hank's to do this like that's it kind of came together. Yeah absolutely yeah. Thanks for being here man. Because you're really. Your input was really a lot of fun. Yeah thank you had lots of conversation definitely some things that neither one of us knew which as far as music goes which is cool so well in the great. The great thing about this whole project was when we talked about this. this was talking about tunes. And what are we like to do more than anything with anybody else. Talked to somebody that we wonder why are trying to do real work tune so but now this like i said this album really man again. A shout out to my bud add for just introduced me to this album because and and it was all about timing because like i said if it came five years earlier probably never listened to the album again. You know so. Thank thank the music comes to you when you need it to come to you. So that's a good point. I agree with you on that. Well we appreciate so much listening to us. Today this has been bruce springsteen's album nebraska. Jason preached coming in if we look forward to many more conversations talking about some of our favorite albums. Thanks for hanging with.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"Much reever. that's the thing that always strikes me with this in the complex and everything but there's so much reversed on their. You know it's cool because if i'm not listening to you guys i'm listening. True crime never. yeah never. But i've never heard of stark with so i'm going to have to go. I'm sure there's some podcast on him. Well there's two movies about it. yeah. I'm sure it'd be some badlands and there's the natural born killers. Yes you just said right there. From the town of lincoln nebraska took the gun on my lap. And i went through the badlands of wyoming. So here's a asada fourteen. That's not a very powerful now once again. We're talking about.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"For questions comments suggestions or even send us a love letter. Visit us at our favorite albums dot com. You can find us on twitter at our fave albums on facebook at our favourite albums if you want to send us an email senate to info at our favorite albums dot com before we start. I want to give a quick shot out to a dallas radio institution. A guy by the name of dj. Easy any from k. In eighty nine point three. Fm he is one of the pioneers and hip hop music in radio. He has one of the two longest running hip hop radio shows in the nation and i ran into dj. Easy when i was down. The bishop bishoprics really super nice guy. We sit there and talked about music for thirty minutes or so. Dj easy. I appreciate your conversation buddy. And i wanna give you a quick shout out. That's awesome today. We're breaking down what i consider to be bruce springsteen's finest album the nineteen eighty two release nebraska and is our special guest. We've invited our buddy hanks into talk to us about it. Yeah so we've talked a little bit about the background here. we've talked about. This album led up to it and now as we get into the songs here. What are the themes that we're looking at. What are we looking for. Well it's it's dark for one thing you know. What like we talked about in the The first half of this. I mean this is. This is songs If the if the talking heads had their album more songs about food what was it. It's kinda still. This'll be more songs about you. Know sad blue-collar pimple this is this is this is not good. This is bleak. This is early eighty s. This is not for everybody like you talked about before. Rust belt and poor people This is not a happy. Go lucky music right. I i noted that. Allow these Jason's actually administer in a jason plays music church. I'd noted jason that a lot of these southern him so they do in there is a There's some religious themes in some of these songs. Sure sure it is. Yeah there is. That's a that's a good point. It's almost like multifaceted where he's throwing the religious out there almost like taunting yet. I kind of like the antithesis of religion like instead of hope. He's using that him theme thematically in a way that is kind of like the anti him right now this anti him. It's still kind of with that. Whole southern him. Sound where you could be again. Ged southern hills really hard by this could sound like a song. That's right out of a church on sunday right. Sure sure. I think so. Yeah a lot of it's It has style of telling you know telling the story and there's a moral. There's a moral behind it if you will absolutely so as we go through. I'll make a couple of notes Specifically i'll tell you what instruments he's playing. It's going to be very very stark though. It's it's all bruce It's all this is kind of funny because we're kind of on this album. Were out of my normal like one like my normal. The things that i like to talk about which is okay so here. We're listening to this. Is the bass guitar drums. And this is the stuff that i'm guitar player super excited about. There's not any of that in. I mean we're really. We're literally stripped down to the bare essence of the song. Plus the occasional blockage bill occasional bills education at jason. I would i would counter that. That i think this may be more your style than you you even realize. How many times do you walk through this office and with a guitar working out a song. Oh sure sure. That's what this says. He was working. This songs that these were not meant to be finished products. He was working on. He's worked on songs and they turned out to be Altogether one piece of art. Yeah was just kinda working stuff. That's a fair point one. And you're you're the one that introduced me to mercury and i mean this like we said earlier. I mean this has so much jamie mercury feel to do. But i didn't know james look at me. We play at. What was the murphy song. We played Stained cliffs lament staying close. Sleman just listened to that the other day man. I haven't heard that in a long time. But but that's so this album is one of those that if you're not a if you're not a fan of the lyrics you're probably not gonna lock out. You've gotta deepen the lyrics. Yeah i always say. I love melody but with this. You've gotta listen really really hard with what's happened here. There's a lot of stuff happened past all his instrumentation which is stark passed. all of his You know the fact that the it sounds like something southern he sings with this. The southern accent which is again weird for gaffer new jersey rat. This guy who's telling the story and you better listen to these stories. So this is a stripped down singer-songwriter just about as you could possibly get an even as much as like mercury His albums very. I've seen him play acoustic before and he's he does a great job but his albums tend to have more production value in backing band and everything else so this. He doesn't release a lot of albums songs of him and a guitar. But this i mean this is absolutely up my alley. Because i love those district right now. This is one of my favorite shows or guitar. And when we were talking about this we were. We were saying if we're going to bring in hank's for you know our our idea. We started putting. This together was at some point. We're gonna have buddies music but he's come in and talk to us when we do this in the reason we wanna have you. I was as a singer songwriter. This is right. This is jason. Thanks man this is really ladies and gentlemen this is bruce springsteen's nebraska starts off with the title track and so once again. This is the The song about emerged about you. Carl stark weather.

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"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"And when we come back we're going to listen to these demos turn masterpiece into the album nebraska by bruce springsteen any type. We'll be right back.

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"Talk about that kind of stuff that. Stop music that you like. Yeah absolutely towns. Zandt you hell. I think we all love leary mercury. If oh absolutely tom and so when we start talking about a songwriter you have to include bruce springsteen with the how abstract no let stuff inside and despite the fact that well he throws in that glock spiel those bells in those songs that curls my toes up. You're not a big fan of the girls. My milk completely. I i absolutely hate that glock and on songwriter thing And maybe you guys feel about this. But i didn't really think about what a good songwriting was. Anti listened to nebraska. Because the rest everything. I've ever heard from him before is so lost in the the pageantry of the eighties working men denim saxophone. Everything i just mentioned before so it kinda comes on the radio. We all grew up with the being on the radio all the time but you just kind of ignore it. Listen to when you're when you're subjected to a guy just sitting in a room with an acoustic guitar. There's you're either a good songwriter. Or you're not you're not painting over that with anything right. That's right and you think about the songs that he head up to sport. You know the prudhoe prove it out bar rock where you've got fifteen guys in abandoned. There's a saxophone and by the way the saxophone another one. It just wears me completely out. The the saxophone solo in rock and roll is very rarely done in a way that i appreciate this never done in a way i see. I think the war on drugs can pull that off occasionally the horn section. And it's okay. Sure shorter that i'm not a fan. Well remember as a kid at gerry. Rafferty song What was that where What is going to raise a kid. That's excellent cool but once you listen that song a couple times you like man you need to back off from that pay by the note or something going on here when i think about sacks solos in rock think about the the bob seger and the first time you hear it i mean that's pretty cool but then you like how will it ever. So let's talk about that saxophone quick the saxophone in the east street band which was bruce's. That's the big man. That's clarence clements. And he was a great big fella right at. He owned one portion of the stage and it seems like he was on every single song. Maybe that's one of the things. I just can't stand back off on that right His his piano player was guy by the name of daddy fit ritchie and he played the piano and he played that glock spiel in the glock and spiel again. Those bells that you hear the little cheese chiming males back to kind of plan. I hate that. There's not a lot of Album credits that have glock and spill listed in them. Yeah it's i don't see it very often underutilized instrument. I guess gary talent played the base. I think is actually pretty solid bass player everything into There's on a of roy ba- -tainer bitten who also played some sort of keyboard and so he was overly keyboard in this band And then we're going to talk about the biggest ask whip in music ever and that's max weinberg. That guy just wears me out. But what's actually kind of cool as i've seen interviews with max weinberg. He seems like a pretty cool guy church He was the bandleader on Torn o'brien's show just know that right. That's smiling guy back. That's right that's right. That's right really cool guy. He just kind of wears me out. I don't know what it is But i can't tell you that there is one guy from the eastern band and i'm a huge fan of let's as guitar player. That wouldn't happen to have anything to do with him. Also being involved in your favorite. Tv show everyone has one hundred percent to do with the fact that little steven van zandt little stevie was played Played silvia dante in the sopranos. Now you know which is one of my favorite characters of all time. I love the sopranos anyway but the fact that he plays apprentice fan. I'm not actually just found out that he that he was in that while research and i was actually looking to see if he were was related to townes. Van zandt anyway. It's not but but i didn't find same last name but a remarkably different geographical situations. Yeah th there's a director of the guy that did what is it. There's there's a van zandt who's a director right. I think he's a cousin nick kimber. It's not less than zero as well if you're leaving for the folks playing at home. If you're a fan of steven van zandt much. Like michael in our get on netflix and watch the show lillehammer which is literally steven van. Zandt character from the sopranos. Take take this new jersey mobster and put him in witness protection program in lillehammer. Just drop him into the middle of these poor people have no idea what's coming at them and he proceeds to go full new jersey on the very nice norwegian people i. It's a really funny series in so if you're sopranos fan and you want to know what happened to silvia dante apprentice. He got a chance to cash one more. Check louis hammer. Because he liked the the witness protection enjoyed that place. We should go over there so here we are. We're talking about a guy that we don't really care for that much. We all acknowledge the fact that he's a hell of an artist. Sure we just don't care for his music. So why are we doing this well. Let's talk about leading up to nineteen eighty-one. Bruce springsteen was a huge huge act. Let me run through his Discography up to that point nineteen said nineteen seventy-two earlier it was actually nineteen seventy-three with greetings from asbury park. That album with the nineteenth went to number sixty album that year it ended up selling its platinum twice. Okay so this is now sold a bunch. His follow up was the wild. The innocent and the e street shuffle did about the same two x platinum went to number fifty nine about the same but boorda run in nineteen seventy five. That went to number three was allegedly. Bruce springsteen is a superstar right. he's everywhere That that style of rock you know you had david bowie. And you had like this glam rock. But you also had this boardwalk blue-collar its roots americana at the time right. Like i don't know if he is even that roots at that point it was. It was just big rock and roll okay. Well it's rucci. Now you're right at then it was it was new then shirk girls and it was cars and it was guitars and it was having fun. And and whatever will he followed that up with darkness on the edge of town in nineteen seventy eight and that went to number five three x platinum so border on six hundred platinum so which means sold six million records. Yeah right are so dark on the edge of town and he follows that up with his album. The river now that was that was that the double album Yeah okay that's the double album came out in nineteen eighty and that went to number one overall in the charts and they toured on that for up until right before i mean they. They played like one hundred and forty shows in two years insane year and a half. I mean it was just an insane amount of plane yet. They were a bargain. They did a lot of singing they. A lot of moving around suddenly were superstars right now. They're playing one hundred forty shows all over. The world either massive. Yeah he played at the super bowl. Yeah he was. It was legitimately a big deal at this point. So if If the river came about nineteen eighty and that was the number one album. I'm going to skip the album that we're doing. Which is nebraska that was released in nineteen eighty two. I and i'm gonna go to his follow up for that which was born the usa and that is his biggest album of all time that that would not only went to number one. It is diamond. that's fifteen times platinum. That's insane crazy right while..

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I like to welcome the show gene m from Nebraska, , who has come to talk to us about her homestate Tino. . Welcome to the show I. . Thank you Chris and Gina I see from Nebraska. . You'll live in Phoenix now. . Does one ever get Nebraska out of their system after they move away so. . Truly wants to Nebraska always. . And Nebraska is one of only three states in the fifteen years the show we have not covered. . So I've been really wanting to do this show I think for a while I have actually spent vacations in Nebraska. . So why should someone go to Nebraska? ? Well, , that is a great question and a lot of people when they hear I'm from Nebraska, , asked me that question as well. . So I think that the State Tourism Board. . They just came out with a motto. . That actually, , maybe laugh the motto is Nebraska honestly it isn't for everyone. . And so and then it goes into all of these awesome things that you can do Nebraska. . But I think that someone who loves a good road trip likes to go off the beaten path maybe not as mainstream as some other areas that is who is going to love to go to Nebraska. . Will and I should say that I have or have had at times for different podcasts and one of them was the passport travel marketing. . NPR. . PODCAST and if you go find that show, , you can find an interview with the head of Nebraska tourism talking about that very motto in how It came about and and what they meant by it and that whole program. . So. . Excellent well, , what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? ? Well, , I think that we should sorry in Omaha Nebraska which is the largest city you're gonna fly in here and you can fly pretty much any major airline into that airport. . In also itinerary I should know is going to take place in the summer. . So Nebraska has four seasons in the winter can be quite extreme and it's just not quite as fun. . If you I mean it's beautiful but the weather is so extreme that I would definitely recommend during during the summer. . So we're GONNA fly into Omaha, , and we are going to stay in the old market area downtown. . It's absolutely gorgeous. . So you can go on some horsedrawn carriages you can see farmers markets on the weekends but. The . main thing and Omaha is the Henner doorly zoo. . So many times throughout the years it has been rated number one in the world and it's for good reason. . So it has an aquarium that is also with the zoo and I truly don't think there's one thing there that is missing they are continuously I didn't on and I was actually just looking at the website and they actually have overnight experiences that families can do now which I think is really awesome. . We're GONNA go to the zoo experienced that. . Day event, they , have this new sky fiery, , they call it and it's Ski Lifts in the end it goes over and so you can see the animals from above and. . If you get tired or if you just want a different view, , just hop on that it is extra. . It's only six dollars round trip though so I think it's been on it's pretty awesome. . So some other things in Omaha to do there are many museums just to would be the Jocelyn Art Museum the Durham Museum I. . Know Museums aren't everybody's saying but just the architecture in those buildings absolutely gorgeous. . Just sue a walk through or go have coffee nearby absolutely gorgeous at the Joslyn Art Museum and what was the second one? ? And both really affordable to get into the Durham's eleven dollars for admission and the Josh Art Museum my impression is is that it's it's a fine art museum rather than a modern, , Art Museum yes. . Yeah. . Okay and then the Durham is more of like it goes through exhibits on immigration and who settled into Omaha and the construction of the transcontinental railroad, , which is really important throughout Nebraska's history kind of more of those type of things.

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"nebraska" Discussed on The Midnight Story Hour

The Midnight Story Hour

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"nebraska" Discussed on The Midnight Story Hour

"Liar as he was. Richard said he would shoot the first man that called him a liar and gems went for his own gun after a little more quarreling. With repeated threats. Richard suddenly drew his revolver. And Shot Gem just. He was sitting on the ground with his hand on his own gun. Gems fell back. Shot just back of the air. Richards then gathered their belongings together. Took both horses and started going up the river toward Carney. After Daylight Richards left the horse with a settler telling him that he was looking for land and to keep the horse until his partner came for. The man may have the horse yet for. It's doubtful richards partner. Ever called for him on the bridge south of Carney Richards met some friends and with them went into town and registered at the commercial hotel is FA in Kearney. He met several of his old acquaintances. Among those was a gentleman. Going by the name of Mr Burns on March twenty first of eighteen eighty seven richards and burns were arrested by the officers of the town and placed in jail. Neither knew why they were arrested. But were later told. They were suspected of the murder of Peter. Tway Richards was acquitted upon examination but Burns was held. Due to the testimony of a prostitute. He had previously met. Burns was held until court set and was then discharged due to lack of evidence. This was Richard's first arrest in before he knew what it was for. He believed it was the judge's murder he was very uneasy at first but felt greatly relieved. When informed was for the murder of Peter Twice since Richards was actually innocent of that crime in June of eighteen seventy eight. Richard Switzer was confined in jail on a charge of Larceny for which he claimed innocence while there he reunited with Mrs Carlsson who was being held for supposed complicity in the escape of her husband. Jasper Carlson and the man named Underwood. After both were released richards called her home remaining overnight at this meeting. Richards made an agreement with Mrs Carlsson that she would give him. The deed of property for the Harrelson farmstead lasting for six months at a cost of six hundred dollars in October of that year. Mrs Carlsson may transfer property to richards and he settled down for a while in the House with the woman and her three children. Two little girls and a baby boy a farmhand by the name of Brown also stayed at the House Mrs Karlsson's husband Jasper was hiding from authorities in Texas and was not present on the farm during this time period after a while. Richards began to trust Mrs Carlsson. She knew he had committed several murders and she liked to talk too much. She also had a habit of sticking her nose in other people's Business Richards became afraid that she would say something to the wrong person he would be arrested as a result of her gossip. Because of this Richards decided the safest plan was to do away with her in the children to keep everyone quiet one Sunday morning after a few weeks on the farm with Mrs Carlsson and her three Children Richard Scott up about three. Am He had slept with his clothes on and therefore did not need to dress? Richardson woke up Brown. Who went to feed the team and do other things about the stable. It was scarcely light at this time and Richards went out to the barn yard near a haystack and dug a hole with a spade he then returned to the house. Picked up an axe by the front door and cautiously slipped inside. Richardson approached the bed. Where Mrs Carlsson was sleeping instructor on the left side of the head. The blue kilter almost instantly but to make sure of his work richards hit her a second time near the temple. Then he turned his attention to Harrelson's oldest daughter who is still sleeping. He struck her twice with the flat of the acts on the left side of the head. Also near the temple. Next Richards killed the second girl by striking a single blow on her forehead with the axe. Then he killed the baby boy who laid sleeping in the crib at the foot of the bed with three blows to the head as well then. The oldest daughter still alive moaned and began moving in response. Richard struck her two or three more times until the girl lay. Still all this time. Brown was at the stable and did not return to the House to witness the events after killing the four family members. Richards took the mother to the grave he dug by the Haystack and through her and then he went back carried both girls at the same time and place them in the same hole with their mother. Finally he took the baby and threw him in with the rest. Richardson covered them all over with a blanket and scattered. Straw and dirt over them when he was finished richards. Returned to the house washed his hands which were slightly bloody and then went to the stable. Where Brown was still working after doing a few chores. Richard's and Brown started for Hastings Brown. Who is still unaware of what had transpired? Inside the house remained in hastings and Richards returned to the farm acting like nothing had ever happened. When asked about Mrs Carlsson Richard said that she and the children had gone off with Brown and probably would not return soon if they did it. All in December of eighteen seventy eight richards killed Peter Anderson. The man lived all alone in a little house. Seven Miles Southwest Nebraska. Richards had agreed to help Anderson. Put up some sought buildings after being sick for a day or two Anderson accused Richards of poisoning. Him Richards denied it and Anderson called him a liar. Richards knocked Anderson down. Hit him two or three times and then let him up. Anderson started to pick up an expert. Richards grabbed a hammer that lay nearby instructor farmer. Over the left eye Anderson fell in Richard struck twice more on the forehead breaking the farmers skull. Afterwards Richards pushed the body. One side sat down at ate his dinner. When he finished he took Anderson's body carried it down seller and covered it up with clan. Coal Richards was out hitching up his horse team when several men arrived and asked where Anderson was Richards told them Anderson had gone to see a man about some weed he had previously purchased but had not been delivered. They asked for the key to the house which richards gave them and they went in while they were in the house he found the horse and rode home. Richards was quite sure. These men would find Anderson's body and decided it was time to leave Nebraska. He went home change clothes and arrange to have his belongings shipped to Omaha. Richards traveled under the name of Gallagher and eventually returned to mount pleasant Ohio however he was not there long before he was arrested while on his way to a party with two young prostitutes soon after his arrest Richards was taken to Steubenville Ohio and then returned to Nebraska with Sheriff Sanderson and Martin while on the trip back to Nebraska Sheriff Sanderson and Martin received a telegram east of Columbus Ohio indicated. All was quiet in Kearney. A later telegram sent from deputy reported. A crowd was gathering. Sheriff Anderson instructed his deputy and Carney to be ready to meet him with a wagon two miles east of town accordingly. The conductor stopped the train at that point. Richards was taken off while still in shackles and cuffs and placed in a wagon. Waiting there deputy sheriff Lou Johnson met the Party and reported to the sheriff that crowd of upwards of two hundred assembled sheriff Anderson went ahead to Carney. He responded to the unruly crowd by stating that sheriff. Martin had stopped with Richards at Grand Island and would be in Kearney. The next day while Anderson was speaking with the crowd to distract them. Martin arrived at the jail avoided. The angry mob and placed richards into a cell on January. Fifteenth Richards was taken to Mendon. Nebraska stood before Judge Gasline for the murder of Peterson. Richards plead not guilty to the charge and claimed he was only acting in self-defence nevertheless by four o'clock that same afternoon. Richards was convicted of murder and sentenced to be hanged on April. Twenty six. Th Eighteen seventy nine after the trial he was moved to Lincoln and lodged in prison for while Richards eventually demonstrates some signs of remorse for his crimes. He would adamantly deny any such feelings when asked about them he also stated for the last two years. He held his life of no account and placed others at about the same importance as hogs for butchering shortly before his execution Richards gave an interview to the Nebraska State Journal which was published after his execution. A detailed psychological analysis of Richards was also published by Jason Anderson Christianson under the title the philosophy of Insanity Steven Richards than brass convened. After he was hanged Steven Richards body was buried in Kearney cemetery but was later dug up by vandals according to rumors his bones were scattered through the streets of Kearney it was also reported in eighteen eighty two Cardi county because that had obtained Richard Skull had placed it on display. The current whereabouts of the skull appear to be unknown as always. I hope you have enjoyed this episode of the midnight story our again. I do apologize for being late releasing this episode and for the Robot Guest Speaker this evening. However if you like the podcast please visit facebook dot com slash. The midnight story our to follow all news and updates. Thanks again for listening and have a great night.

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"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

17:42 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two throws this half offer to for thirteen shooting escape. Rovings squawk law tried to dunk it one heck of a block. Two shots here. For Palmer fourteen thousand the Wildcats now just to on Nebraska, six thirty seven to go. I shop by tomor is oh, it is good. Backfired. Just did drop in another one coming here. Try to. Five five, and he does the poverty double figures. Now. Six thirty three to go law across court right side bit law tasks to games at the top Taylor for three right quarter. No good. I'll take it by Paul book. That's it in for the Wildcats long with law games. Detailer the out. Six thirteen ago. Five point Nebraska league. Here's Allan hi left. Looks Palmer Palmer moving right back up top Allen, pull up jumper delayed. No good. A foul was called. To shouts here for our. Taylor bad close up when you drop back into help on the roll man, they throw to your man, and you gotta get out there and still stay in front of somebody is really quick. Alan eighty five percent free throw shooter. Brask now stretch this lead by six forty seven forty one is he makes the first one. Coming here to score down at this end right now because she's like forty one German there forever. The second. What's good? Forty eight forty one Nebraska by seven. They had their largest lead. Here's games to law zones. Baseline part angle pass back to gauge it stolen at Palmer down the floor. Pull up jumper. Del follow. No, good rebound comes back out to watch it rather Palmer three. That's no good rebound tipped around finally controlled by exit. The Cavs come away with it. That's falling down. Control it here's law, right? Hard balanced. The game. Travel. Wildcats Kurt it over grasscutter six oh rod here up by seven five twenty three to go. Forty eight forty one. Got gotta stop this. Rod right now. Watson will bring it up. Are you pick up your cotija in the forties with five minutes to go? You're. Feel good about your pets. There's Allen Dr again began in the late rebound Benson. There's a stop. Now, they need to score gains a law drive past alad leaves her for part for three. That's no good. Grabs the rebound dribbles back out with it. And he throws it into the backboard. Wave at all. That's a huge break for the Wildcats. Why did Palmer outrun Taylor? That has a pretty good athlete. You only took two and a half. What are they arguing about? Charter in for the Wildcats. He's going to tell you to sit down from the grasp arguing too much. Why does get excited doesn't it? These coaches do. Law. Breaking it up four forty six to go seven point of rascal need high. Lob stolen, Watson the other way. Drives it on law. Any stores? Try to go to charter a turtle padding side wasn't looking for it. Timeout, north western with four thirty to go fifty to forty watt courthouse cours had their largest lead at eight rod. Last two minutes at forty three seconds. Watson off the steel with his first points this half. And it's been fueled by turnovers gel. Bad turnovers that I guess you gotta give steel let's kinda like football with the offensive receiver falls down. Throw it right to the defense. That's basically what happened. The Wildcats had taken a thirty six to thirty five lead in this game. But since then they've been outscored fifteen to five. Very poor at the offense events. Now. They went back to the house. A little bit of trouble. Dismay to mental errors offensively lakes. You gonna get forty one point. You don't care. What the you're not? You're not excuse. Laughter. Today's results the big ten standings, look like this Michigan. Twelve and three alone atop the converts Michigan state playing state tomorrow tied with Purdue at eleven three Maryland in fourth alone attendant five then you've got Wisconsin and Iowa both not in five. Minnesota's at seven and eight. Is at six and eight Ohio State six seven. Rutgers five and ten minutes data and Brassica both four and town, northwestern three and tannin Penn State alone in Alaska to twelve. So. The key is obviously. You want to be in that that middle group in the conference that Middlesex if you can get that bio that Wednesday the big ten tournament. Coach Collins likes to say it all starts with the one in front of you right now that one in front of us is getting a little bit steeper by the second. And I liked the brass defensive metric for you. Gotta put some blame on north west and take care of the basketball here in the last three or four minutes. Four turnovers. The last four minutes he's have been as much and they could sell against the zone. But. That's putting it play law with it picked up by Watson out brought back up man to man defense. Here's law left to the circle park. Drives to the baseball shot rejected by Roby rebound. Chase down by Benson goes back to law travels. Five turnovers. The last four plus minutes. Roby gets up upstairs. I didn't know those kind of hops way up above the rim. Four blocked shots tonight to season. High is five is career high six set against eastern Illinois last season. Four minutes to go fifty to forty one Nebraska, here's Allan stops at the elbow feeds burkhart left. Elbow has your back allotted steps back and launches a three. Three forty one twelve point lead. Eleven oh wrought reporting five. After Watson with his second of the game. He'd been in a terrible slop six thirty seven to four games before. Minnesota. Here's gains at the other at three and a half left part. Fires with across deterred. It goes in the benefit on the low block backing way in against Roby travelers. So. Let six turnovers in the last five minutes. Here's foul zone in for about six which is poor balance fight that's leaning back. Roby step back. He just fell backwards. Runs have eleven old thirteen to two here for Nebraska. It's still going. Here's Paul Watson office four card. Ball screen chased by parts. But law comes over on the switch back Roby gives it off the top of the key to Allen slashes in his shot rejected by part out of balance with seven on the shot clock card. Good to cut that with his armpit. Was way above. We're blocked number one hundred forty four Derek part and second all of north western. Watson pylon. Popeye Roby, sixty shoot. Roby will launch a three not that type of third grabs the rebound to fifty to go twelve point the grass, delete. Here's carter. Pull up jumper. Got it adds that drought. Fifty three forty four gets back down to single tickets to forty to go first points of the night. Ray j Turner the scoreboard was broke on that side. It was stuck boy felt that way did burkhart drive to the right way hands it off to Palmer, Paul Chow line. What is this year the debt to roll the shuttle's back at it stolen by games? And he hoped in the face by Paul. Only the third Nebraska foul. Third foul. Palmer. Northwestern goal to twenty two point game. Three forty. Park. The gains. There's an offense a foul on our thousand. His third. I did see it but fell down in Houston out trying to get over a screen. You get the call. To sixteen to go fifty three forty three Nebraska. All the fifty to forty three of the case. It was nine point Gaber widely directed it fifty three forty three two minutes. Exactly remaining. Here's Roby drop. Step drives past pal by foul zone. Four era. Seventeen thousand one here. Roby? Robie seventeen points tonight. His career high twenty two set against Penn State. But he's oh. For one of the free throw line wanted wanna hear. Free throw up. Good eighteen. Worldy? Looking at it. Right, fifteen rebounds. Yup. Cain, rebounds, three blocks. Two steals. Some impressive night. Career double double, by the way is. For this year. Games brings it up. Fifty forty three Nebraska, then forty nine. There's vic. Pull up fifteen quarter. Powell on the rebound Nebraska's, pardon got talent. Brassica foul. Robie a career high rebound to pervious. I was thirteen. Never the rebound discrepancy. The first half. It's evened out quite a bit in the second half. Timeout here. Forty three to go. Check. Scoreboard. Look, I mean, the monitor that are looking like, they're chicken, Derek partner. I look at Chris Collins face. Appreciated over at the monitor here. The wildcats. Danger. Losing their sixth in a row? They lost their last six regular season games last year. Lost their big Ted Turner became heavy on a seven game losing streak and right now, they're danger six straight four straight on the road. Well, they brought the third row to take a look. So this made me is going to be some type of call. I'm not sure what working. Let's do Ray. The older hook and hold leaning into here. Heard foul of both sides is that Bogart. Pinhole? Okay. There was no north western. So two shots here for Derek pardon. Work hard. Three. At the live breath, throw good. Well, if you. Hope at all any kind of a bureaucrat over here. We had a score here. Store again here. They have ultimate minute of regulation. Derek makes a boat. The lead down ten minute forty three to go. And so the cats now after score again as they keep the ball. Garrick has doubled doubled up law for three rims out rebound, Roby perfects outbound. Emailer longtime or they screen them. All on the free throw line wide. Open wide open. Look just missed it. Ninety seconds to go fifty five forty five yard part eleven points, twelve rebounds. Got a double doubles. Jump. Stop head all taller stopped. Fifteen Puerto won't go rebound by games. Fifteen left. Law. Let's Turner stops. Fires hundred partner Chambliss which has been at salad ago. Fifty five forty seven lay down to eight minute remaining above at three going down have made this really interesting minute. Now. Shot clock here for Nebraska Palmer out in sloughed. As the Watson Lockport, lots of moving. Right. Tastes by law. Shot clock doubt, the seven watts. Eighteen footer in the air. Seven forty seven thirty nine seconds to go along to the front door. Walk two games games. Drives to the basket puts one up off the window. No, good hard. Bob, the rebound out about it will stay with the Wildcats twenty nine seconds to go. Well, the one thing we've see Joe pasta through this losing streak. They have continued to play hard. And that's not always the case where the team is struggling. Frustrating. Nonetheless. Burner bounces into foul gets a delay protected by Roby Watson the other way ahead to Palmer. Second pick out. Tim byles? Grabbing the crowd off Carter puts up a three got it. Hey, Jay Turner, three fifty ten seconds to go. It's Alan bring it up all up six. Second foul this ball game over. The Wildcats have dropped their six in a row. Graphic housekeepers lane. Second straight. Victory over the Wildcats. 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"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Great atmosphere here. This is the only warm building and Lincoln. I think everybody in town is inside. Right. Yeah. Snowy and cold here. Pop at the light three shops. I wouldn't know Miller. Top hasn't shopped many free throws just is ninth attempt to the year right there. He comes in five of eight of the season two more coming. I wa the second one. Got one more. This one he's nervous, and I can tell you right now. We don't want to go the hat trick. That was good forty two thirty seven Nebraska that adds that drought of about three and a half minutes cat still without a he'll go for a while. It's a three point game here. Eleven minutes to go. Tallberg speed scorecard out. Brock. One dribble quickly off to watch all the right sideline. Paul. Kills his dribble. Llosa Watson eight shoot cross towards feed. Allen. Wall Street alad against cop alad with four with brief scouts Palmer fade away. No, good rebound law. Another good defense except for the Wildcats ten and a half remaining, Breezy Point. Nebraska league pop ballad extended left keep the ball away from Allah looks for part. Pops out on top in his past. The wig is deflected out by Robey. Had you should've seen our producer engineer, Adam Phillips flinch just out that ball was coming right towards I move to make besides that the dinner table almost duct w the table. So that's that goes without saying wallowing about fifteen on the shot clock. The gates. Daines left to the circle pals that dribble gains bounce pass intended for law out of bounds. Nebraska ball. Turnover. Northwestern. After the loud cats is their eighth. Turtle Brassica ball. We approach the midway towards second half three point game. Nebraska, forty northwestern. Thirty seven years Robey check by foul zone off Paul. The cart rattled Cirque card wants to go out on the wicked Allen got a two of dribbles past law puts up a good. I think law got a piece of it. And the rebound rabbi gauge against on goes, right inside parts turns right, past scorecard muscles, it up it in a one.

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"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Eleven. Ago here in Lincoln Nebraska leading northwestern forty two thirty six Wildcats. I've missed their last four shots. They have thirty six thirty five lead. But the Brask is not exactly lighting it up right here. Miller cop the free throw line for three shots here after being fouled by Glenn Watson junior. You don't really expect to see that? From a senior Watson picks up. His second foul. You know? Zone has made a shot as he I don't think he's big one shot. But he's a factor in the game. The one three one was pretty effective. They went to a two possessions. Coach Collins said bells on get in there. And guess what they went right back to man to man because they were afraid of his ability to shoot the three point shots that ability has benefactor even though he hasn't even made one. Well, he's only take a to. Of course, the other ninety two Ford made two of them. He's a threat, you know, that. Represents Indiana game. Everybody's been well aware is ability to get from the jury gets Indiana six seven from a career high twenty one. Though, it's law games cop fouled zone. And part for the Wildcats Roby. Our Palmer burkhart Watson. Or Tim mile?.

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"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"nebraska" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Wildcats of the corn huskers to struggling teams here tonight. Nebraska able to win on Wednesday after a foul was committed or at least call gets Minnesota's severe coffee with what point one seconds to go allowing James Palmer junior Nebraska's leading store to step to the free throw line. Two free. Throws Nebraska escaped with a what point with. But the fact remains that these courthouse cours who were rejected a strong season got off to a decent. Start have lost seven of their last date. Got it their last. Well, but they're not gonna get any sympathy for the northwestern. Wildcats have lost five straight seven of their last nine sexy common between these teams Joe both have a few injuries along the way. Both have some veterans on the roster about play very good defense. But they bit offensively challenged. That's no doubt about that. You feel go percents defense at both teams are very impressed with it. So I if you're looking for whoever wins at three point battle tonight, right? Whoever makes the most threes is probably going to win a basketball game both at Tennessee struggled from the floor. But both have good defense against the three end. The Wildcats had snapped out of their shooting. Slop last Sunday against Iowa ultimately suffered a heartbreaking what point loss, but did shoot the ball. Very well most of the day. But then it gets Rutgers the other night that whole bucket who reared its ugly head together. Wildcats held him thirty six percent shooting for thirty percent from beyond the arc. Their defense was good enough to beat Rutgers. Their offense was not. But the part of the problem for north west is you they don't have the dribble. Penetration causes help. Get you better. Look. So most of the threes are contested threes. Just because you know, the play up into the player not afraid of it on the floor. So get out in transition. Maybe get a couple in transition. Couple of inside out help what area in which both. These teams are pretty good is over the course of the season northwestern turnover fraught ones against Iowa last Sunday. But as far as turnover margin, but Nebraska's third tad steals. They average about seven steals again. They've got a couple of guys who are real spoil Hawk's roster. Isaiah aerobics Barbara Lynn Watson junior. Those guys all at Thomas Allen. Another guy the sophomore, their philosophies different brushes ball denied the wings. Whereas northwestern four pack line keep you in front. Jump shots wrong twos. So it's a different philosophy in Nebraska, athletes and Lamar. Husker's at beat the team since the victory Indiana that was back in January January fourteenth is better fact until their win over Minnesota. On Wednesday night. The Wildcats looking to win for the first time they beat..

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