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"pete star" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

Rick and Morty Podcast

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"pete star" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

"We got through it and hopefully were into A. An even rhythm now with with how Rick and Morty will roll up. Yeah if we if we're GONNA talk about structure in production schedule if you want to start and if you want to start the season for discussion that way I figure that's a great way to end the discussion. Okay. Yeah. Let's let's end it. Then do you WanNa you WanNa do our rankings I you want to start with the rankings? No. Well, here's here's what I WANNA do trap here's wanted to Well, let's let's just run down the the episodes that that we know exist. That we know exist. We know the exist they're not an order because I screwed up the order but. rattles lactic the VAT of acid episode tomorrow Rick Rick Pete Star mort return of the Jerry Never Rick and morty one crew over the crew coups morty per mortis the old man in the seat children of mort and claw and order special victims morty. Those are the ten episodes that we got in season four and the the thing that I noticed most is there. Than the the names for all the directing all the writers there they're all it's is very cohesive as far as the the amount of people working on the same episodes or not. Maybe not the same says, but it seemed to be like a core team of like loudness in their lot hayes than their lot jacob hair and and Brian mentioned before. Are are in it a lot. So I mean that's a the first very first thing I noticed about that the season And yet and yet. There's some episodes at. The. Not. Our favorite that are. Not. Dip in quality necessarily but dip in. My enjoyment of what they what they were So I I, guess we will what do you? What do you think I? I. Think it's interesting like I think we. As you mentioned earlier we do try to stay pretty positive on this show, but that that doesn't mean we necessarily love every episode and I think I think it almost. Waters Down our opinion about some of these episodes of every episode. The comes out really yes. Those amazing. This is great. Best Ever and so I think that especially some of these episodes that our at the bottom of our lists..

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"pete star" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"pete star" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Well as we've been reporting on KCBS long time congressman Pete star has died at the age of eighty eight now he serve twenty terms in office representing Alameda county before losing his seat Eric Swalwell in two thousand twelve for more we're joined now in the KCBS ring central New signed by KCBS political analyst Larry Gersten thanks as always for taking the time to talk to us what we what do you think rather stark legacy is well I think he was one of the most interesting members of Congress California's ever seen a serving forty years the longest tenured member of Congress from California I there are so many ironies with stark you know he ran against an incumbent Republican incumbent nineteen seventy two claiming that as an octogenarian he was much too old to serve in Congress and of course when Eric Swalwell defeated Pete stark and then in two thousand twelve it was ironically for much of the same reason he's an octogenarian and he's out of touch with what the districts all about there was much more about it than that but but that's just one of the many ironies that accompanied Pete stark what are some of the other ironies well he was a big believer against war he did not like the Vietnam War he was early critic of the Vietnam War he also by the way leaders later was early critic of the Iraq war he really wasn't all shy about the B. rating members of Congress who just automatically went along with whatever the administration's beat democratic or Republican wanted and sometimes here he offered some rather sharp criticisms some of which were refused rather harshly as well he wasn't afraid to to to to say what was on his mind even if it wasn't a politically correct he was also a proudly the first atheist to to say so in Congress he's really had no known issues for religion and thought religion was was more of a hindrance to people that I help at least as far as he was concerned with the reporting he did a lot of work on the healthcare system in the United States which still is a big issue to this day what was some of the work he did and how has that affected the way Americans get healthcare well that's right he was way ahead of his time so to speak on that back in the nineteen eighties he was concerned with health care and they wanted to make sure that among other things patients had sort of like a bill of rights if you will so that they wouldn't be abused by insurers hospitals or whatnot and he was out in front of that and and much of what he wanted to do on healthcare not nearly as of course dramatic as well a Medicare for all things like that but the time much of what he wants he was actually reconciled into into the various budget act budgetary axe passed by Congress do you think the work that he did has changed his particular office meeting the way that portion of Alameda county is represented well he it's not so much that they the county is represented as differently it's that start at toward the end of this year's really wasn't around very much you rarely he rarely came home during during the weekends and in Congress members have to do that even if they live as far away in California and that's one thing I think that Eric Swalwell pointed out and when he ran he said you like to me and I'll be sure to be here for you and many people believe that over time member talking forty years to start kind of lost that connection he was living in Maryland he was he didn't come home very often and and he became very good subject to a lot of criticism for that and I think swell will has been very very careful to remind himself and others that he is not going to leave it leave go of his just treat so to speak the way that the peaks are dead all right well we thank you as always for taking a few minutes to talk to us that is KCBS political analyst Larry Gersten CBS news on nine twenty five it is all into the moneywatch now with for needy on a Nike high performance running shoe took center stage at one of Japan's most popular road races earlier this month overtaking Japanese athletic brands known for running a six and missing like you've done a wonderful job of positioning the vapor fly as the next innovation and performance will running shoe Michael prime founder and CEO of modern impact an attic firm in Minneapolis the Nike zoom mix vapor fly next is coming for a six running shoe market share and a six instantly felt that shock on the Monday after the race in Japan a six shares fell the most in more than two months prime says the success of Nike vapor fly goes beyond performance it looks current it looks crash and at the same time it's got the elements of feeling that a technically innovative and.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Think about the just along actually best advice. He says is to limit exposure to outside air wildfires. Raging in Alberta Canada have displaced more than ten thousand people in the weather. Tonight, a few strong thunderstorms late overnight, low of sixty and then for tomorrow, a wet start to the day, then sunny with a high of seventy three Sundays looking nice to. And that's your top story. I'm Laura oaks on NewsTalk eight three. Oh. W. C. C O now back to the show. Next time on the Harbin show. It's let Brundage here from the too hot mamas podcast. And after going added with Chad, and Adam all week I am exhausted. So I'm taking Monday off, but not to worry. The boys will be back in downplaying game of underrated overrated are properly rated plus at two thirty five. Congressman Pete star will be here to talk politics. Chad harmon. Weekdays, noon to three ice, talk three. Oh. You see, CEO and here is one of the most popular pieces in the gallery, the duality of MC double its show. Powerful can you feel the cheese melted into the parties, creating synergy, capturing essence? Yes. Okay. No. But I am hungry. Whatever your taste is. It's delicious. Get to classic McDonald burgers right now for just three dollars on the three dollar menu. Price and participation may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal, single item at regular price. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You along anybody noticed you the long 'til people to stay off the long compare it to your neighbors long and complain about having to motive on again. Good news.

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"pete star" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Somebody's paying. I look at Pete Pete star Steria. Okay. Oiled machine on Valentine's Day. Our number one talking about. NFL news yesterday. And it was interesting. I mean, the the deal of become official on March thirteenth, but the unofficial official DO between the Denver Broncos of the Baltimore Ravens as no ordinary. Joe Joe flacco the quarterback for the ravens formerly is now headed to Denver. And the Baltimore Ravens are going to begin a fourth round draft choice from Denver back in return for the former ravens starting quarterback. But it's Valentine's Day task. Yes. Reaction the phones our number one. It's a BCS Valentine's Day. A little confused. Okay. Because I know that was different things discussed creatively. As opposed to last year where we went with the balloon flower chocolate candy route for the BCS, correct? And now I see question marks on my format. Now, I I'm a little confused. I know you got to be in the your doubt. We'll provide some clarity. Okay. Thanks for being open and honest with the audience will provide a little clarity here. Right. Well, we'll get to exactly what the what the parameters are around this year's edition of today. Yes. We're today. We're gonna do it today. But first, let's take a quick walk where we're we year ago. Memory lane. Yes. Let's take a quick walk down memory lane. Walk.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Daytime high today here in the twin cities should be about thirty eight and then tomorrow forty Mike is at forty a record. If we hit that tomorrow at forty one will tie the record. And we got a good chance of getting that and beaten it man Sunday looks warm Monday looks warm real winters gone by by Sam what's normal about Twenty-three right now twenty three twenty four so way above that more at that right now actually under cloudy skies are WC L. Good morning, seven thirty c Sampson. CO news. Hear the stories that are trending at this hour as you've heard the one hundred sixteenth. Congress will be sworn in later today with changes. I a big part of the story. I'm Bill Rakoff. The biggest change, of course, is Democrats taking control of the house. With Nancy Pelosi is the presumed speaker but women will make their Mark in this. Congress was several states, sending their first female representatives to Washington. Cureton cinema will be Arizona's first woman in the Senate. And we'll be that chambers. First openly bisexual lawmaker I Anna Presley will be Massachusetts. First woman of color in congress, while Johanna Hayes will hold that distinction for Connecticut. Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington, of course, congresswoman elect from Minneapolis Ilhan is slated to become the first Somali American to be elected to congress in Minnesota will continue to be represented by two women in the Senate. Minnesota's first district congressman elect Republican Jim Hagerty born, we'll take the oath for the first time. After winning last fall's election with President Trump's backing, but he tells W CCOO's Rashidi Rajkumar that doesn't mean he's incomplete lockstep with the president of the tariffs. I hope that he adjusts the trade and get things back on track with China soon as possible I understand why he's doing it. And we're going to give them a little bit of a runway here to get that done. I'm also not a big fan of these continuing resolutions these big omnibus spending bills because it's hard to reform government with that's something that I'd like to do background in that hangar door and says he does support President Trump's border wall saying that there are many ways to secure the border physical barriers needed to prevent people from coming here illegally. Haggadah earn and the eighth district's Pete star will be two new Republican faces being sworn in today in the Minnesota delegation governor like Tim, walls and Lieutenant governor like Peggy Flanagan or announcing more commissioners to their cabinet later this morning at a dairy farm in Hastings names will be announced.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Lindsey will check that. We may have lost the feed we thought that might be the last question, but the president continued to go on again this started at about ten fifty five. Okay. We have a background security both at the border. They wanted with our military. They wanted with law enforcement. They want it with ice. We've taken out thousands of MS thirteen gang members, thousands out of hard to believe thousands out of our country. Women of our country who are incredible people. They want security they want safety. They want financial security. Also, we've done that. But they want physical security, and we've taken out thousands of people that shouldn't be in this country, but we have to get strong immigration laws. So they don't come in the one laws where they don't come in. Where we don't have to take them out per se. And again, very honored to be with all of you. It was a great day yesterday. It was a great evening. I think we had a tremendous success and hopefully the tone can get. Better. Hopefully, hopefully, the tone can get a lot better. And I really believe it begins with the media. I really I we used to call it the press. Mr President really believe it begins with the media, if you would cover, and it was a very interesting story written in a very good paper recently that talked about the fact that it isn't good what the media's doing. And then I do have the right to fight back because I'm treated very unfairly. So I do fight back and I'm fighting back. Not for me. I'm fighting back for the people of this country. Thank you all very much. Thank you. All right. That is a portion of the president's press conference. Let's let's pause here. A brief pause react a little bit with the president said towards the end 'cause we recap the first part. I those pretty clear that he did not answer number questions from the last reporter on issues that are germane to the topic. But he is convinced that last night was a large victory for him compared to historical precedent and his involvement in a number race. So the president thinks he won his exact, quote, very close to complete victory is he right or and it's much more nuanced area. There's no doubt about it. But we're so into check in the box who won and who lost or do the Democrats win last night in this state. It's very clear last night in Minnesota was a huge victory for the Democrats very few Republican victories. Although Pete daughter who the president talked about Adam had that clearly. That was a big victory last night for Pete star who won last night, the president or Democrats tax calls and our reaction when we come back. Video dot com. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, there's something about protecting people's homes through progressive that inspires me. 'cause I just had an idea for a book. Well, it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast, but the idea is how.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Carter and Laura oaks in the newsroom to Susie Susie. Jones. Edgar Linares Suzy was with the Democrats. Edgar with the Republicans Lindsay Peterson Lois Olsen was great. Mike. Erwin Sanchez Anderson. We had a lot of interviews throughout the night. Obviously a lot took place. It was a big night for Democrats in the state, but it was much more. A split decision in the country. Anybody who says this is a complete Blue Wave just flat out not telling the truth. I have just witnessed one of the more bizarre surreal press conferences, which is still going on. I know Rossini carried a portion of it in. It's never easy to make the decision because we face it off. And when you cut out because. You know, we don't have a perpetual fundraiser, we have commercials, Adam. And we have to carry those commercials, but the president do you have the samba to get the sun? But at some point when he's reading off the list of names, he is reading off the list of names who stayed by him. He is then renounced the list of people who didn't stay by him those who stood with impeached Auber, those who did not stand with them. Erik paulsen. What would you say is opening statement because we ended up taping and Angie Craig interview, which we're gonna play in the two o'clock hour. I would say the opening statement was good fifteen minutes or so at least and then he has faced questions running the gamut. But the headline is the back and forth with Jim Acosta where a Kosta is asking him about the care of him which had not come up to that point. First time first time asking them about. That a Kosta who we've said on this show is a is a giant grant standard right premium grants. Yes. He wants the spotlight on him many times the questions are very valid. But pretty much all the time. There is something about it. That don't forget. I'm Jim Acosta. It's on me. I'm Jim Acosta and it went on wild. But you know, what our guy major Garrett who we tried for the last moment here. But he's after this. He's traveling major asked what five questions, right? So it was kind of set the tone of you got a little bit of your one one giancarl from ABC had a little of that. And a Kosta kept going. And would not give up the microphone, and then a young woman who works for the White House comes over and as the awful position to try to be taking the microphone out of Jim Acosta's hand. And he's like, no don't take that. Meanwhile, the president is saying you're terrible person. You're a horrible person your fake news. And then a cost and then stands up again when he doesn't have the Mike. Meanwhile, Peter Alexander is about to ask a question, but Peter Alexander is defending a Kosta to point saying that he's good hard working diligent report. And the president goes what up care for you either? And then Alexander ask him questions, and that's uncomfortable. Then at some point April Ryan stands up. While not being called on. And she is a pointing out questions, and they have an ugly back and forth. What would you say two or three times the president is walking away from the microphone as if like I thought he was going to maybe leave? Yeah. When a cost was up. He kinda sorta walk the heat. He does at his rallies to it's almost like bombastic when he will like like a wrestler, you know, pacing the ring it was exactly. And and. I've never seen this before I have not and the press conference is still going on. Now at one point. I forget the reporters name asked you want to set the ticket for twenty twenty. And he just goes. Hey, mike. Do you want to be on the ticket in twenty twenty stand up, by the way, Mike as any ad huge? Okay. Sit down Mike so against that's how we found out that Mike Pence is is on the ticket. I think the president's supporters love what is taking place right out and those who are inclined to hate the president just against him bully. Right. Isn't that a fair way to kind of describe how just perfectly the prison that people are looking at the press conference through? Yes. Another circus pop certain part of the population says, wow, this is great entertainment. And I love it. And I'll tell you one person to support him or not I'll tell you another person who thinks is great entertainment, the president United States because he does think this is a show. Right. He at one point he talked about the campaign the other day and said what a hit. It's beth. I hit is like is like the show. But I do want to get into. Whether he should be claiming the Victor he is because the president his quote was this was very close to complete victory. We don't know where we're at yet with the house and Senate because there's still a number of positions. Still pending house has claimed by has been claimed by the Democrats politico they're putting the number at right now with the number race is still too close to call the two twenty one one ninety five I guess, Arizona. Right. And the Senate side is still not call but the president has picked up victories. Considering the circumstances. That Democrats were defending. Ten seats where the president had one in two thousand and sixteen considering the comparison to Barack Obama Barack Obama, ladies and gentlemen, lost sixty three seats in twenty ten. Donald Trump may not lose half has many as those seats and he's picking up. Seats in the Senate. Who had the bigger victory last night, the president or the Democrats because the president has said he's on the ballot even talking about what took place in Georgia. In florida. And the Florida one is I think those are two huge victories for the press with Rick Scott and to Santa's winning, but if he had to pick a winner because we're obsessed which is labeled the winner right now who did win the president or the Democrats. Let me know three a phone call or a text eight one eight zero seven or six five one nine eight nine ninety two twenty six we will have on this show today. Jason durhush playing politics with John rash. And Laurie stirred event. Dean Phillips, Keith Ellison, and Angie crack, so and we have one more call up to one more victim. We're hopeful that potentially will happen. Let's get Adam right now with a lot of local news. Thirty two degrees in the twin cities as we were talking about President Trump calling out to Minnesota politicians during his remarks today, which are still going on one incoming congressman in one outgoing congressman after last night's midterm election. I'm saying he didn't do much effort to campaign for house candidates. But where he did those candidates did well, peach stopper of Minnesota, great guy. He's new then ran a fantastic race on the other hand you had some that decided to let stay away. Let's stay away. They did very poorly and among those Erik Paulsen didn't want the embrace also lost his third district seat. To democrat dean Phillips, Pete star was elected Minnesota's eighth congressional district is he left open by democrat. Rick Nolan's retirement governor elect him walls, joining WCC oh today after a victorious night to six first district Representative defeated two-time candidate Republican Jeff Johnson. The WC morning news wall says he wants to set himself apart from his predecessor Mark Dayton dose folks that you're listening today that did not vote for Peggy. And I I have responsibility to be there governor Abba responsibly trying to earn their trust. And and I think that's something that I knew getting style and the ability to reach out, I think we'll make this look like a very different administration whilst today will be making phone calls, including one to Senate majority leader punk is L gum. He says the transition is immediately underway with finding a cabinet. That's quote broad and diverse as promised with the goal of hitting the ground running. Come January Sloan Martin w in non election news or shooting outside of Minneapolis gas station yesterday is now a homicide investigation into man is in custody. The man who was shot outside of the speedway station on the twenty four hundred block of Bloomington avenue, south has died that according to Minneapolis police shooting followed some sort of altercation between two groups of people the name of the victim has not yet been released twelve twelve WC. Oh time to check traffic and weather together. We have O'neil Stephen.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Three oh. Shitty. Rajkumar with sixteen days until a very big day election twenty eighteen today. I hope you have marked on your calendar. And you've either early voted voted early or that you will go out and vote it's so important and to talk about some of the heart races. And maybe some of the inside scoop I've asked a couple of my regular contributors to join us today. They are Elizabeth Emerson director of government relations for golf public and our analyst from the left in Andy Bram corporate attorney and our analysts from the right? Welcome. You too great to be here. Thank you for also being seated to you know, left and right for me. Here keeps it keeps it easy. All right. So we heard from GOP candidate Pete star in the eighth Andy this is a hot race. It is there's no incumbent in just a few days ago. The New York Times reported. Some things about the race. And the cook report said they are saying this one could lean right? Well, I think so I mean first of all President Trump carried the district by twelve points or maybe more than that. So it's definitely heading in a red direction. And more importantly, I think Pete stabber is a fantastic candidate. He knows the district. Well, he's been working hard. He's competent on the issues. People like him up there. I mean, Joe Rudeina vich. Let's remember was mayor Jacob fries. Chief-of-staff right here in Minneapolis only. A you know a few months ago. So I think he's lost quite a bit of touch with the district. So Pete stoppers. A better fit that district is heading Republican. And I think that's the way things are going to turn out on a couple of weeks. Elizabeth your thoughts on that race. Yeah. I would say despite ones employment. I think of veg does have a long history. I believe he's a fourth generation Minnesotan. And I believe he will be continuing to remind voters up there of what President Trump's policies have meant to the eighth district. And I think he does represent an energy there that will catch fire, and I hope that as the as the president's policies rollout and more folks up there understand them that he has a fighting chance, but I would agree with Andy Stauber is a pretty fantastic candidate for them. We'll Elizabeth in my research. For that. I learned that at I didn't realize it was this many years seventy of the last seventy two that position has been held by democrat, though, some are saying this is he's the best chance of it going to the right? What is your take on just the political scene? That's happening in the eighth district. Sure. I think the the eighth district is interesting. I do think it is a blue collar district. You have a pretty diverse. I believe it's eighteen or so counties that make up the eighth district. So it's pretty diverse. But I do think it's roots are labor its roots have strongly, Ben and DFL hands. And I think that's the reminder that Democrats need to send to voters this November. All right. Let's talk about the third district that race is definitely a hot one. Last time. I looked of the four really hot congressional races in our state getting national dollars. That was at the top of the list for how much national money was coming into it. It does seem Andi Brehme that incumbent GOP. Congressman Erik Paulsen is running a little scared. We have invited him to come on the show. Hopefully, we'll hear from him. Next sunday. We do have dean Phillips. What are your thoughts about this? Our district. Well, listen, I think Eric Paulson's legacy. There is is very strong. I mean, he is a workhorse. He is not a great politician. He's not very good about talking about himself. I mean, he's a senior member of the ways and means committee. He was a key author of the tax Bill. That's one of the reasons we're experiencing the great economic boom that we are right now. My wish for Eric would be that he would talk more about his accomplishments and kind of get away from a lot of this negative campaigning. I think he's got a record that issue. But at the end of the day, I think dean Phelps is a good guy. And you know, I think trying to attack him on some of the stuff is is kind of silly. But you know, have conversation about policy when it comes down to that dean Phillips is is I think far more left than the third district is their districts represented by Republicans the sixties. But again, my hope is the Paulsen campaign can get back on track talking about Eric's impressive record Washington and talking about how he's a good fit for the district needs a good workhorse. All right real quickly. As we have some calls coming in your take on that third district race. Yeah. I would say well Paulson does have a legacy. I mean, certainly has a legacy of not wanting to really come forward and take some controversial stands and really push his party. I think we've seen that over the last couple of years, and I think Phillips is really speaking to the new demographics and the shift that's happening in the third really a younger set of families moving into that district who are looking for their congress person to take a stand on some issues that are good for the district. And I think they'll find that in Phillips. We are talking with Elizabeth Emerson on the left and Andy Brown on the right? You can two six five one or eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six Julius calling from Minneapolis hydro. Hi, thanks for letting me after quick question. I've got I live Minneapolis. But I've got relatives around the states. I question is I'll leave Mr. Sauber as a quick example. But it's also more general he said he'd be independent who work for the betterment of his district and his state, but how can you be independent if you have taken so much support and money? How can you stand up to the president? We we haven't seen any Republican stand up to the president yet. And I'm just wondering how Andy thinks that's gonna go not only with Mr. stalbur. But in general, thank you. Well, I think it's a great question. Republicans like myself have no problem standing up against the president. I actually didn't vote for him. And I know lots of Republicans that didn't. But if you look at Erik Paulsen, I mean, he has time and time again been willing to be independent of the president been critical of the way, he talks, then critical of a lot of things the way he runs the White House that said there are a lot of policies that the president has that we agree with and that we're enjoying the benefits of when it comes to the tax Bill when it comes to peeling back regulation. We made the argument that those things were important because they would help the economy, and that's exactly what's happened. So on those things, you know, we're going to encourage the president when he thinks when he thinks he's right? This listener question came in. They wanted us to read it on the air. Elizabeth this person says what policies do the Democrats actually stand for. Wow. Well, that's opening it up. I think. You know, I think you can look from the top to the bottom of the ticket. You have Democrats around the state talking about their support for the working class in this state and really trying to join together the diversity of the state informing one Minnesota, you'll hear congressman Tim walls in his quest for governor really focused on that one. Minnesota in Minnesota, finding it strengthened the diversity not only of the individuals. But of the economic diversity we have in the state, and the strong belief that as we support those at the bottom I and those are those individuals are encouraged to succeed that we all will succeed. Talking with Elizabeth Emerson and Andy Bram you can to give us a call six five one nine eight nine nine two to six or eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six this listener texts this in what are the solutions? Democrats offer other than impeach our president and raise taxes on Americans. Well, to be honest. I'm not I'm not entirely sure. I mean, if you look at look at here in Minnesota. I mean, Tim walls is running a campaign that says we need to spend more money in Saint Paul. I mean, a study just came out last week says Minnesota has the most uncompetitive tax climate in the country. And yet he is saying that we need to spend more. I mean, where's that money going to come from at the end? I think what we've come to realize is that money isn't the solution to all of our problems. And so I I don't know what those solutions are I think Democrats had an opportunity this year to present a concrete vision some specific ideas and some in to attract voters, but at the end of the day. I I don't know what those policies are. So here in Minnesota. I it's more government programs more spending more taxes. I don't think we can afford it Elizabeth to be fair to this this question. I mean, do you think all Democrats are asking for the president to be impeached? And that's not really the sense. I get sure I don't believe. So I haven't heard that from too many Democrats I understand at the national level what gets reported or quote unquote reported in campaign ads. I think it's easy to boil down. Where all Democrats are at and paint a picture of that. But look we have candidates all over the state and at the statewide level who barely mentioned the president's name in their comments. This really is about creating an economy building off what Minnesota has done in this economy, and what governor Dayton has done and making smart investments, and I think that's what Democrats will focus on between now and the election. All right. I wanna talk about the gubernatorial race as Andy has brought up Tim walls. I wanted to ask you both about this one. Jeff Johnson was on with me last Sunday in our conversations with candidates. Tim walls has been invited to come on before the election. We hope to chat with him. These are two candidates who seem to be pretty collegial with one another. They are quite different. Jeff Johnson Andy making, you know, made some news when he won the GOP primary and that was definitely surprising to some what is your take on his chances in the gubernatorial race. Well, one of the reasons I supported Tim, Paul any overdraft was because I didn't think he could win any proved me wrong, and I'm happy to be wrong. And today in the Star Tribune, the Minnesota Paul has a right behind him wall. So again, I think Jeff is showing that he's completely capable of winning. He's running a terrific campaign. He's talking about the issues, and I think Minnesotans understand that bigger government more spending more taxes we've gone down that road, and we've kinda hit the ceiling on that. And so when it comes to education when it comes to roads, and it comes to other issues. Minnesota doesn't have any more room to tax more or to spend more, and we need somebody. That's going to be able to get into those creative solutions. I it must Minnesotans want to be more taxed and become more. Uncompetitive? I I don't see what solutions Tim walls has. So I'm impressed by just campaign. I I I think this thing is neck and neck and supporters of his like mine are are going to be out in voting. Elizabeth sure I'll just remind folks while Jeff Johnson did when he won a sliver of a sliver in the primary, and is that reflective of the general Minnesota electorate, I don't think. So. And I think as he moves forward, and it more of his divisive policies come to light. Suppressing. Minnesota's diverse economy and the diverse individuals that live in it. I think folks around the state who are facing and looking for creative solutions for our economy will look to Tim, walls, more and more. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. Then we have much more to get into. We cover the eighth the third and the gubernatorial race when we come back and wanna talk with my panel and debrum and Elizabeth Emerson about the first the second and the Agee's race you can.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In September. Maroon five will play at the twenty nineteen Super Bowl. But what you may not know or what we're just finding out is that riana had declined the Super Bowl halftime show. Why because she said the NFL was wrong and how it dealt with Colin Kaepernick and his. Nia stand that he took by kneeling during the national anthem. So I found that interesting when I when I learned that a couple of days ago, I wanted to share it with you. And you know, it also shows the power of celebrity, and how someone you know, the NFL multi trillion dollar business. She just kind of gave kind of them the thumb or whatever else you wanna think by saying, no. And that's to her credit. She stood up for something. I think a lot of times celebrities will do things, but we don't really understand why they're doing it. And she said and was very clear that she was supporting Colin Kaepernick in her saying, no in her declining the offer to headline Super Bowl fifty three and Jonathan we've talked about the whole Colin Kaepernick thing on this show. And then the the more recent Nike ad that Nike campaign which features him. And you and I are both think music lovers. I I thought that was quite a statement reanimate. Well, people have their their views have their statements. They have their ways of thinking. And so there it's she's not the first one to turn the NFL down. She won't be the last one. She's not the first one to turn a large business down for. Practices that they don't typically believe in or items that they've done r incidents that have happened where they have taken a stance against that, particular instance. So it's I guess it's intriguing because of who it is. And again, the issue that's involved. But it's not surprising. Yeah. I mean, I I guess it isn't surprising that Justin Timberlake did such a great job headlining this year at our Super Bowl. It's obviously a great platform for any celebrity. And I think we would definitely say Justin Timberlake is a big star in. Here's another big star saying, no, whereas Justin Timberlake, said yes for what seemed like all the right reasons. But the bigger deal to me is that she actually had a reason, you know, sometimes people follow celebrities. They just kind of do their own thing. And they may be take stands or they go and do actions. Kanye comes to mind is someone who seems to have his reasons, but they're they're often very questionable to me or. He makes it more about him in this case. She just she just said, no. And and maroon five was asked and they said, yes, right away. I I happen to be a big lover of maroon five so I'm happy about that. But I thought this was an interesting back story about the the next after I'm show. Well, again, the other thing is this day and age, I know that the Super Bowl was really the biggest platform, and it still might be the biggest platform share numbers who's watching all the PR the ramp up buzz leading up to it. But in this day and age of social media and streaming and online sales. It's not the only place you can get you can do. So. Yes beyond has done the halftime show the Super Bowl though, Beyonce. They also did Coachella, and I would be interested to know what be fans of hers actually appreciated more her halftime performance at the Super Bowl or her performance. Coachella. I think you might be surprised at what you find out. I personally I do. Yeah. I mean, they are two very different stages to. Yes. And so with all this access now to have people not only see things online. But also get in touch with their with the artists that they personally get in touch with the artists that they enjoy it may not be as big of a stage. Is it used to be? Wow, interesting. You heard it here. First of all, I want to give you an opportunity to know. All the big things we have coming up in the show today. My political panel from the left and the right? Elizabeth Emerson and Andy Brennan join me in studio to thirty five. We're going to go inside all these different campaigns at least four congressional campaigns making national headlines getting dollars the New York Times just said something about the eighth district's campaign. We the eighth district that race and you heard from jewelry dinovite on the DFL side. Last Sunday in our conversations with candidates series today. You'll hear from the GOP candidate Pete star. He joins me at one thirty five. So the phone lines will definitely be open. And then at the top of the one o'clock hour, we'll talk with many Lagos and Finley in studio ahead of today's season. Final home game of the season second to the last game of the season but final home game, and they're going for fifty K to mid wait sounds like they've sold the fifty thousand tickets they wanted to beat the nineteen Seventy-six record. It looks like they've done, but there are still some tickets available. So you can be part of this historic day. Many Ethan we'll talk with you. You can find out more about that in the one o'clock hour, but before we go to break, I want to let you know him opening up the phone lines. A couple actresses a big names have dissed some of the Disney. Disney princesses saying these are just archaic symbols and don't teach girls and others. About what it means to be a young woman or proper behavior in general. So the upshot frozen in wanna they're saying are good Snow, White and Cinderella bad. Who are these women? What do you think I want to hear from you six five one nine eight nine nine two to six or eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six. 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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Weather station. News radio. Eight trio. Rajkumar back with you. Lots of prominent Minnesotans on the show today. We heard from professor Robert Stein. Former dean of the university of Minnesota law school in the nine o'clock hour and coming up in the eleven o'clock hour, NBC sports football person and reporter and media personality. Mercy media personality Michelle to foia joins us. But right now, he probably needs no introduction. He is a former Senator he served for the longest time of any Republican Senator from Minnesota in the United States Senate from nineteen seventy eight to nine hundred five he is Dave durenberger. And he's here. Now, we're gonna talk politics. We're also going to let you know about his new book when Republicans were progressive Senator Durbin burger, welcome. Thank you that is kind of a provocative title when Republicans were progressive. What do you mean by that that we we have a tradition of being a Republican state, which nobody? He knows anything about because of Hubert Humphrey, and Walter Mondale. And gene McCarthy, but it is our tradition and from the end of the day the middle of the depression to about well, actually to Jesse Ventura's election. We were all progressives. And party was a Progressive Party. Not in the sense of today. But in the traditional sense, you can go back to teddy Roosevelt or go back to Harold Stassen. Elmer Anderson herald band or the man I worked with and a whole the whole group of people that Minnesotans, no, pretty well, Senator durenberger when you say that term progressive. What does it mean to you? You know, it means people who've dedicated a portion of their lives to serving others. It's it's about that simple. And that they've had the background or the experience with others to do that in a in a in a community service area normally with some politics in it, and it could be a Republican or democrat. And in fact, in Minnesota in the sixty years that that I describe in the book in Gooding, my three terms in the United States Senate, it these were people who were a success that something else in their life who chose to spend a part of their time. I served only three terms, and which is a nice length of time. There was a nice duration three terms. Yes. One was wonderful time because it was from from Jimmy Carter through Ronald Reagan, and George H W Bush are you had to work with different administrations different types of people different types of presidents. Yeah. That's exactly right in the neat thing. Was I got the Serb with a lot of people just like me on the Republican side as well as on the democratic side. And I also got the Serb with people who were March more liberal and much more conservative than I am. Talking with Senator Dave durenberger, he served Minnesota in the United States Senate from nineteen seventy eight to nineteen ninety five he had other positions of leadership, and he has really become a statesman from our country from our state you too can talk with him six five one or eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six this person person texts. The Senator is a good guy. He's one of the last Republicans. That knows what's going on interesting tax. What I wanna ask you, though, is where did we go wrong? Why are we living in such a partisan landscape? Senator. Yeah. Unfortunately, this quickly the. The Republicans in the house in particular led by Newt Gingrich. In the starting with the election of Bill Clinton. Took I party away. From me took our party away from Minnesota than it did it on purpose. And when it was successful in one thousand nine hundred five goal was not to help pass healthcare reform, which Clinton made a priority, but beget Clinton out of office after one term same thing, they did an Obama, and they were successful in getting themselves majority with it though, dude started by telling people don't bother coming to Washington. A couple days a week. You know, we'll start in your work, schedule, leave your family's at home. And it ended it ended. What made Washington successful regardless of the president. It was really human relations. People got to know each other. My kids grew up with. Right. I mean, and and your servants of the people exactly American people in a way that you do it. If you were if the capital, the United States were in Saint Paul or Minneapolis, it's the same kind of environment. And and it's just like local government like state government. The national government was just like that you lived where you worked Dan is calling for Minnetonka high Dan era chigney, and hey, Dave. Thank you for your service to our country. Mr. Senator durenberger, thank you know, what I hear the word progressive. It's really it's it's it's taking hostage a great word progressive. Now, it means move toward European socialism and away from the founding fathers idea of what of what America should be the idea of America. My other little point is when how is it that these candidates refused to debate each other. They're there to serve us there to ask the ask. Questions. I never hear most of them at least on the on the left side of the aisle on WCTC. Oh fielding questions from callers. And they're refusing to debate and cleaning, mclovin char, I never hear Tim walls. And I'm gonna jump in real quickly. So on my show on Sundays. I'm doing conversations with candidates and the point of that that's not a debate. It's each candidate. They've all been invited all the congressional. And gubernatorial candidates we heard from to this last Sunday. We'll hear from Pete's star coming up this Sunday on my show. And that's so that listeners voters can talk with them directly. Now on our very station November. I this two candidates for Senate KARN. Housley Antena Smith will debate. So Dan, I hope you do listen. But I will let. Dan, let let me respond to you. I think the the word progressive lately has really been attributed to of the people. You just talked about you. Call it socialists, or whatever it is. And that's largely a media event. It isn't that? They nobody created that where to apply to the far left because it used to apply to the middle either right of center left of center, though. It's whatever changes taking place really was not caused by by a change in those of us who served you as you know, just right of center in my case or just left of center in the case of of somebody else. So and and the current the current situation, of course is so dominated by by money and negative. I mean, I had I had Roger Ailes advise my campaign three times, and that was a that was a very moderate Roger Ailes most days in those days. So he changed over today. It's gone down. Your alley and. And picking out your garbage and your recyclable crap out and throwing it back at you. Or creating creating stuff that doesn't even in the garbage, and we'll get into there was an attack on a couple of different Republican candidates on the campaign trail get into that. But lots of calls coming in for Senator Dave durenberger YouTube can speak with him directly six five one or eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six Richard calling from Minneapolis. Hi, richard. Senator dirt burger. Yeah. Met you years ago back in mill all my a meeting for Jim Hagedorn? But the question I wanna ask you if you could watch on YouTube that says ten things big corporations don't want shit at all about them. One of them was Bayer. Had this vaccine. To give to hemophiliacs. About it didn't wasn't test for HIV at killing a lot of people. Back in those days. I think it killed Arthur ash, but the question I wanna ask you think corporations are too big these days, they're not all their mainly multinational all allegiance to our country. I don't I don't think it in a corporate environment. Just start out with your principal job being being a particular legions in the in the world we live in today. You can read about the globe changes all of the time. We're in. We're in world markets were influenced by world events were influenced by a whole big finance industry that that didn't exist a few years ago when I was in office. I mean, there's a huge amount of people whose financial futures there their billionaire status is pegged to how well the company does in this market that market or whatever. And and so it it's really hard to be critical of it. Because it is what it is. And there's no way government's gonna change it. Even though it tries as as the president tells you in to get trade policy, and that that by that means trying to break make some sense to it. And I give some pointing some shade or put in some shade on, you know, even meet. Companies that do news that are supposed to do news. The conglomeration of those make them less independent voices more beholden to stockholders shareholders. And that's not good for good news right in for the first amendment. It is not good. We do have to take a real quick break. And then more calls because all the calls are coming in for former Senator, but definite statesman of all time, Dave durenberger. He's in studio. You can call a six five one nine eight nine nine two to six, but I the Linda's construction time is ten forty eight time to call Linda's for a free home improvement estimate on windows, gutters and roofing, keyword when we come back and more with Senator durenberger. 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"pete star" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"And if you're a cardinal fan, you are happy with what you saw in half number one. What do you say about it? Well, the cardinals did pretty well, they own a thirty five six lead over the Glenville. Tara bladder is as we enter the halftime period. Pete star. Counted we get there. Oh my gosh. And again, this was a game that I was looking forward to seeing because I haven't seen the cardinals in person, we all know what they did in the first two weeks to begin to season winning versus Saint Edwards at home here in a fairly close game before they closed it out and winning decisively on the road last week versus Sade Ignatius, so coming in tonight, you know, another formidable opponent in Glenville, and you know, took both of the teams a little bit to get going and men are finally did get on the scoreboard with five twenty one to go in the first quarter with Brian trouble. Who's really been showing up big here tonight with a rushing touchdown to get get things started for the cardinals in shortly after that with two fifteen remaining in the first quarter play we saw Luke fonder touchdown reception in the back end of the end zone from Ian, Kip. So we ended the first quarter Nate with that fourteen zero advantage for mentor. Going into the second quarter started out all cardinals as well too. So we were just ten seconds into that second quarter as we remember and Brian trouble again with a eighteen yard burst into the end zone for his second rushing touchdown of the evening. Putting the cardinals up and then we saw a quarterback getting into it for a couple of touchdown scores in the second quarter. The first of his two coming with eight thirty one remaining in the second quarter a two yard touchdown run for Ian, Kip Glenville dig it on scoring scoring column with amid fifty two remaining in the first half day to three yard touchdown run by Torrens Davis into the end zone. And the final score of the first half came with under minutes to go. Thirty one seconds remaining it at first half of play. Ian, Kip getting another two yard rushing touchdown for the cardinals. So that's where we sit right now. If you do the math thirty five points is the cardinals Ray would get everyone. Extra points is. Well from Connor MacIntosh following those five touchdown scores for the cardinals Glenville missing under one extra point following Davis's. Touchdown today of six points, thirty five or six is where we find ourselves at halftime. And again, you gotta be super impressed with everything we've seen with the cardinals and keep echoing back to what coach Ted Ginn said. His enter interview, you know, he's got ultimate respect for coach Trivisonno is is they've kind of been in unison throughout their head coaching careers with success from both of their programs. But he echoed the sentiment of really watching this cardinal defense. He didn't talk about their offense that we all know has quit score capabilities. He really said watch out for his defense. And that's what we're seeing here tonight is a lot of these standouts on defense matters stuff, stuffing, the ball left and right in keeping overall the Glenville glitters in check. It is halftime here in men are and pitas. You said the cardinals on a thirty five six lead over Glenville. We'll take time out now. And when we come back, it's David Glaser and the first half stats that straight ahead. You're.

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"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Helpers she made. These remarks today it's dirty pool before a primary election campaign the intercept is run by billionaire. Who, has financial ties him as a business partner to a, couple of other billionaires who owned companies that I took on. As attorney general one is accretive health the other is national arbitration forum and I think. It's, simply pay back a week before election campaign that's it end, of story Swanson did she answer any of the specific allegations are just Pull some more tape just he hit us Swanson facing Tim walls and Aaron Murphy in. Tuesday's, primary vice President Mike Pence in Duluth today Pence is touting the Trump administration's tax plan who visit a local industrial plant has visit also includes, a campaign event for congressional candidate Pete star who's being challenged by Harry Welty Pence spoke. To, supporters, in Minneapolis as recently as March twelve ten WC CO for more on these and. Other stores go to w. radio dot com WCC. Otani check traffic and weather together here's GP things relatively quiet to start off the, afternoon hours here it's going to be traveling east ninety four areas Zane avenue the accident off to. The, right shoulder cleared out about three minutes ago so things running much smoother through that stretch so minor slowdowns along six ninety four direction around central, avenue going to be traveling on the southeast corner of the metro conquer west four ninety. Four ramp is currently closed traffic and weather together exclusively on WC show next update twelve thirty And the weather sponsored by Fisher not seven baked never fried. Eighty four degrees right now, in the twin cities. On her way up to a steamy eighty, eight degrees plenty of sunshine this afternoon tonight clear skies down to sixty eight and much the..

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"pete star" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Of just picking a banjo and know what that elite too so then there's an thirty minutes or an hour of just jotting down writing melodies and seeing what happens and then there's two hours of visual work and then that's if i get all that that'd be an incredible day but a half to do that to let that broken instead of just floating through the day now when i do that and i get into those once again bracket so those spaces that's when the that's when the it shows that star speaking right and that's when you're sleeping and you're waking up going right it's starting the big turret in your brain search rowing yeah yeah and we've been offer a couple of months right now and i don't know if that's okay say how you release this thing but yet for us like i have to kind of slowly getting back into that music musician character as i've been in a different place and i'm like okay stand while i'm filming crashing okay so then i go out and do stand up and i'm like this is like waking up the werewolf i can't imagine i you shake them and he's grumpy and then he slashes at you it's really weird it's not it's not easy for me to reanimate that side of mice and hear what you're saying it's like the rest of my time is spent in what you're saying marci plus it's another market plus mark and jay duplicities brother do they remind me a lot of is that we talked to this big conversation changed my life always bringing up with people to manage yeah said that's gone okay look yet although swear to do your thing and if you after you're done swing by it's really loose and we're we're just we started talking pete star the mice without even asking what's he doing three you're welcome anytime will he said be professional just come just do your thing if you can great if you can't don't don't sweat it at all argo but can we keep that in that's funny i think so you could hear everything he was saying would what we're talking about i would love to talk about that the way that you guys work together because talking about the way that sort of what will we were saying before was sold boyd's i wanna finish that so points kind of what you're saying like you find edification you refuel in having a regimen right yeah like setting aside going like i know i'm the guy that i need to be for the mode that i'm in right now if i set aside time to just fucking idol around banja yet important it really is it really is when we were kids it came naturally we did of we fought our instinct but then suddenly life imposes itself on us and you have to go is we need to tool around for sixty minutes does get that's really productive as new to me too yeah taken me a long time to just hick knowledge that yeah and and we were talking about the idea of where we'll guy so you're in home mode right now i have i am i'm starting to lift off you know i'm starting to take off again and what does that ruby isn't that interesting because we're talking about getting up out of bed i find that when i'm writing the show or prepare a new special or something like sleep does get worse you do get disturbed in that good way you're waiting up early because you want to write something down or whatever but kind of like in the in the documentary you guys have about you'd go to bennigans or look at these people we have ten o'clock and they're just living their lives not used to eat me up right phil so j yes there's like a risk that this isn't something for nothing and i know you know that you get to be you get to play rockstar but you also don't get to go especially the wrong man you don't get to watch out and you don't have as many of those nights where it's just dinner and you're like what eight thirty i don't know should we rent a movie or something like there's not as many of that comes at a cost and then.

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"pete star" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Is a very short run very tight as well the green flag goes up the green flag now on a good style from the fund moment mason foster johnny getting well and truly star in as around the outside of term won't for the first time i everyone gets through cleanly three transitioning from left to right it's very tight sullivan mousy though up into second place ovadia very good stop sullivan johnny garden p pete star as sullen man's debate sluggish from mason foster desiree he's in thirties writes in the mix now has been those three all weekend now we're going to save sullivan ramsey can hold the pace of johnny dardis johnny gardens has all we got a crash on the exit of turn five slow royd does it has been has been clipped by foster already dawdling on the rights in line we will see the rider down moving i think we may yet all the yellow flexi choice for some time here as devoid might away round through johnny don is head of sullivan mounsey mason foster falls these coil pain fifthplace james rose junius six choi jeffrey seventy luca hopkins eighth place as harrison mckay eighth and sparks and ronnie harris complete your talk screw turns four and five where the flag zone as marshals working hearts who get the bike up money wants to gain but it's very very competitive very close for second place so far between mounsey foster mazi harrington offend on the inside line turn number seven mason foster tries us every bit of these lips screen down through the very long run towards turn number one looking one way looking the other mason tries to go left sullivan mounsey covers results turn one it's still mounds in second place a little bit further down the order a great run between rose junior and luke.

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"pete star" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Life. Was a difficult time. His much is nine proud of what is achieved when had this amazing experiences that kind of what next tweeting economists wanna jump into something else into have something else that. Take a focus. You've had not just ninety seven months prior planning that surround nearing just. Is quite difficult. This December it was trying to number way I am. And try and said. Before you said. It was probably about six. Yeah, I off or. People made a mistake doesn't that he didn't? You know, they make that mistake. I know your background with your performance focused running relentlessly, panding trying to find a few seconds time off the time off the time again in actually sometimes now what you need is just flex the process like space room to to go, okay. What we're going to do. For me, it was about right. I'd have this kind of excessive nature out running in Oslo that reason why I started enough as I was very conscious that when I finished, I did one. This to replace that interweaves jumping. Something for their for the wrong reasons. And that's why I count as compared to try and reflect from Joe, I'd vanden and if I was gonna do most, that was going to be when the Connor components together. Right, right. Last time there was a big pile that was yet was in my mind, wasn't this. Throw myself straight back in some. Oh, he said laughing to himself. So okay, if you, you know, planning to pro yourself backing something stupid. What about running tool? I mean what you're settled settles when people isn't to the show recording this couple days before this week show is due to go out and Pete star. Think on Wednesdays day this show goes at may the sixteenth in his journey to run the root of the toward fronts to thousands and sixty nine miles. Post. Was asked that six months period. I started thinking about what could do next. I think for me elements, I had enjoyed about each other nerve raising money for Nash mental health chart season. Something that master lots in the adventure. Helpless experiences meeting. Seeing the different prices. Want to do some so this this will come up which is trying to run run the Toyota fonts seventy days. Just to be clear. Going to be tempting to ride it with the riders, but you are going to be setting off on Wednesday, Wednesday, saints. Affront someone's on Saturday, the nineteenth. So yes, so shattered on you stall at stage one which is in the phone day, Mucci on ill. Is that luckily Senate onto little sandy, it is. Yeah. Starting that on Saturday, and then on a on a Sunday Jennings hype and get to the finish line before the ride is starting at seven weeks before they suddenly has done made ends. If everything goes to plan, which which white. I will finish said before before them in in Paris on July the twenty eight. So yeah, the ROY stall on the seventy July in the was cool. The ground depart in a new starting today. Has it gonna work? You know, we had a chat you just to last time. We often see with these challenges you'd, I people do them with varying degrees of support, varying degrees of self sufficiency. You know, have have found can run if day, what's the sort of route choice looking lot who's going with you token swing that. I've got my my girlfriend Renee. Basically an estate car. Awesome sorts. Site, we're gonna on Thursday and plan is trying to when I first miles a day I'm presenting today's. So that's either going to be one hit or breaking up in says, sections of ten miles of that's the flexibility that we got this time as I can kinda see what works best is low. The last time of come out different sections join rumble or just office support. That was such a of last. The reason lenders his if possible and dragging around those days when I was struggling. So gonna be to Intel's, whereas sleeping we're trying to. Hummus in for Hugh stays Zony maybe an hour away from any star finishing son. Okay. So you'll stay in the same place the entire stage than move on. I see. Necessarily now exactly. Gonna get. Age, say to have base for those on average, maybe four days her stage. We can just back from and things that will be the last time in fats. I've got. McGaw friends, sunny near restoring simmer places, more times, recover. As last time I was off on a on a bustle of plane, say those.

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"pete star" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"I want to make sure i get this date right here that house of cards came out the season one of it was due to do to do to do to come on give me a gimme gimme given that information i don't want the british one i want the american one 2013 was white house of cards came out so there's a show that came out that i consider to be the tipping point of binge watching for me that is the show sneaky pete starring giovanni raviv seem which boasts a heady 100 percent on rotten tomatoes and let me ask you idiot he has watch sneaky pete nisar oh not either is they show that has my name in it and has a and has actors at it that i love like robbed ryan cranston brian cranston created it already vc is in its he's greats it's supposed to be really really good i have not watched it and i kind of think like oh when is that coming out or decade cancelled like what happened so here's what happened to sneaky pete the pilot was released on amazon in august of 2015 and got a positive reviews the rest of the first season came out in january of 2017 on amazon and ask if you watch the take because the tick did a similar thing where they floated a pilot that hung out there for a while now i came across that organically and not just off of wicket pedia but the tick tv show the new take tv show which i watched the pilot wasn't to wowed by it but i hear that the rest of it might be funnier which maybe i'll go back watch the rest of it later on yeah the original pilot for the take what live on amazon in august of 2016.

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"pete star" Discussed on WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"pete star" Discussed on WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

"You know i like at that altitude soured barber you can tell well it's the same you know people at the talent bar they can make an talented that's true but the underlying ingredients have been swapped out for other ingredients so years well and i think yeah and when you see enter tested back in the platform and this year right and yet he couldn't adopting different policy pretty mark you have a different political context with a whole series of different people in in in in congress didn't and you know couldn't herself in purple hard choices does criticizing the i think is i mean i i'm the rienda doubt what he's saying he said he did not believe in the highest yes international could be in all system which is with a cornerstone opened up to start model up in on sorting and yankees man and i'm going to have to believe it there but i think you are yeah i think you're right i i actually ages worded she and her internally and then bill clinton ministries and she was a skeptic to so i i do tend to believe her about that part of it but i also think activism is a big piece of and i guess off yeah conclude with this my one image that i takeaway from your pieces of pete star and tie wore activist congressman bank owner with a piece flag of the peace symbol flying over in the thing that great that to me captures it also matched toler touching a policy advisor to cena budget committee thanks so much for coming on the program thanks i suspect to and we will be right back after this i'm richard r_g ask and this is the zero our.

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