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Brodin gets winner 18 seconds into OT as Wild top Avs 4-3
"Defenseman Jonas Brodin scored his first career overtime winner as the wild slip past the avalanche four three in overtime victory Askar twice and Jordan greenway had a goal and an assist as the wild got revenge after getting blown off five one by Colorado just twenty four hours earlier the wild are up against the ropes with four key members missing from their lineup but Rask says the new faces stepped up it's a great human mind when you see like a lot of big players on the on on the other guys I mean it's not stop it's not so it's it's nice to see the team split the first two games of their four game series in St Paul games three and four are Tuesday and Thursday in Denver Kevin fall most Saint Paul
The Latest: Sweden FM says Easter global travel unlikely
"I'm Julie Walker first there was the U. K. variant of the corona virus which came to the US then there was the south African variant but no cases have been reported here yet now there is a case of the Brazilian variant here Minnesota health officials say someone who lives in the Minneapolis Saint Paul area became ill with the Brazilian variant the first week of January after traveling to the country however the department of health said there was no immediate indication the very it was spreading epidemiologists were re interviewing the person to obtain more details about their traveling contacts according to the CDC the Brazilian variant contains a set of mutations that may affect its ability to be recognized by antibodies some researchers have raised a concern that it may be able to be infected people who already were sickened by cove it
Teachers help students make sense of violence at US Capitol
"Teachers help students make sense of the violence at the US capitol Blake Bussmann showed his tenth grade class in Alabama photos of the capital students were very just kind of we did with the images and it's ten fifteen seconds per image for the next one I said nothing students wrote poems in reflection mark Westfall in Saint Paul Minnesota field the comparisons to the killing of George Floyd nearby in Minneapolis you're thinking in the back you might be very careful you don't want to say this is there going to be who's going to call me out on a question between insurrection and in the C. H. approaches very minor very now David McMullen students in Connecticut talk about a double standard made being people of color they had done the same thing is I'm a Donahue
11 Trivia Questions on Chicago
"All right. Everybody here we go with some chicago trivia. Question number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one question number two. The name chicago is loosely derived from native american word meaning wild. What number to the name chicago is loosely derived from a native american word meaning wild. What number three. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank. Fill in the blank. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank and question number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color question number five. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park number. Five g. buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine what chicago-based improv. Comedy company was a starting point four famous comedians. Such steve carell and tina fey. Where was that number six number seven. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water and is home to around thirty two thousand animals. What is the name of that aquarium. And your next question. Which of these private colleges is not based in. Chicago is at saint paul college kendall college depaul university or north park university which one of those is not based in chicago and number shock style. Hot dog does not include which famous topping number nine chicago style. Hot dog does not include. What famous topping number ten the chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the nineties. Chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the ninety s. And the bonus for two points also known as the the famous chicago. Landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what that would be your two point bonus question tough on at the end also known as the being the famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what those are all your questions on sweet home chicago. Go watch the blues brothers and come back and check your answers in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to chicago trivia. Thanks for sticking around and playing on today's show. If you like it make sure you hit subscribe so you never miss new episodes as they pop up on the feed. Here's what movie would you find. Abe fromm in the sausage king of chicago that is fairest. Buehler's day off one of my favorite eighties comedies. And they go in the sears. Tower now willis tower in this movie and they put their foreheads against glass and look down and you can go to the very spot where they film that and do it yourself and i imagine maybe get a little rash from your forehead right. Everyone sticking their forehead in the same spot. It's pretty gross. I've done number to the name. Chicago is loosely derived from a native american word. Meaning wild what onion wild onion which is a great flavor of bubba burger. If you like bubba burgers wild onion number. Three chicago's largest shopping district is known as the magnificent mile magnificent mile number four. Each year the chicago river is seemingly died. What color that is green for saint patrick's day green for saint patrick's day. That is the same river that the matthews band tour bus emptied their waste into. If you remember that headline they got sued or find or something. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which park grant park. Grant park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine. What chicago-based improv comedy. Company was the starting point for famous comedians. Such as steve. Carell and tina fey. That would be the second city second city. Then we had. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water. That's the shedd aquarium. The shed and which these private colleges is not based in chicago. The one was saint. Paul college that was not in chicago. Saint paul college chicago style. Hot dog does not include ketchup. No catch up on a chicago style. Hot dog said that in the show's intro. And you probably know that one right and number ten kabul's one how many championships in the nineties. That was six to three peat when they won the first three and then they had the three peat repeat oded that sell some shirts six championships with the bulls in the ninety s and number eleven also known as the bean. The famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist Kapoor is actually titled cloud gate cloud gate three heaven
Biden Video, Deceptively Edited, Spreads on Social Media
"Edited video clip of Joe Biden has been viewed a million times on social media. This one makes it appear as though Biden forgot what state he was in. He has seen in the clip, greeting a crowd saying Hello, Minnesota. It's from footage that was indeed in Saint Paul. But the video is edited to make it look like he's in Florida. Twitter has labeled the video as manipulated media. The person who first posted it deleted it, but a million accounts had already viewed it.
Behind the Book: Nine Lives Over the North Atlantic with Kerry McCauley
"You must be somebody who really really loves adrenaline jockey that's for. Sure. Yeah, I sure do got to keep the heart going. So you talk about in this book single engine over the Ocean. Boy Really. Sure. Sure. They gotta they gotta get. There's someplace and you gotta find somebody stupid enough to do it so. that. It takes a lot of skill to do that, and so a lot of times people ask though. I know we talk about faring airplanes, 'cause people, purchase planes. There's a lot of reasons to do it I. I'm in a building here where we have a ferry company downstairs. I always think of putting a small plane in a container and shipping it would probably be the best way. So so why would you ferry a plane over the water when you could ship it in a container? Well in a word money I mean it's expensive to take him apart. Shipping is not that expensive expensive to put it back together. But you know last time to play I've heard lots of stories of people doing that and they get there and there's a couple of vital parts missing from the plane and. Becomes a problem. So then they would go toward someone like you that can actually has first of all the knowledge. To fly an airplane, the water and also has more than that has the guts to do. I I'd have to say when you're preparing for this, there's got to be two things involved. I would think there's a psychological aspect and there's also the the whole part of preparing from paperwork and more of a knowledge aspects. So it's talk first about the the knowledge you know what type of things do you need to not do this type of a trip? Well number one you've got to figure out, can the play make the trip? You know what route are you gonNA take you get find fuel stops you need any overflight permits arguments, put ferry tanks in the plane that's kind of the big one. On a few need to make some really long legs over the ocean, most planes can't do it on their standard fuel. So you've got to put very tanks of the plane. So ferry tanks. What are those? Are they metal or a rubber? I freeze the metal ones. They do make rubber ferry tanks at collapses there being used, but the metal ones are more reliable. You take the seats out of the back the out of the back of the plane and put them in the tail basically in. Put the ferry tanks as far forward as you can for CG and. There you go. Extra. When you're when you do that, that's going to be a bit of a cost to the person right to that's part of the cost of doing the first flight. Yeah Yeah. But usually if you've got very tanks in their lifetimes, you can make up the cost or that by skipping stops especially these days a lot of times landing permits and especially foreign countries get to be really expensive. But when you have fourteen hours a range you can. Literally make half the stops that you normally would end if you didn't tanks. So it's Kinda Nice. So each of those stops assuming there are some costs involved in and that type of thing as far as like land permits I'll a definite landing permits these days in foreign countries are getting to be really ridiculous plus these days. Almost every foreign airport requires you to have a handler. Which is adding extra costs me back when I first started three years ago we did everything ourselves you shop at a foreign airport that you'd never been to that. You don't speak the language you just have to dive in fine landing fees get fuel weather food if you got time and do it yourself now they make you hire handler which is nice but expensive. So. Do you really need the handler? No Dan was really bothered me most of the time they're not. They're not very helpful first of all, and it's just the money's right off. You know right off the top every time you spend on your on the road is coming right out of your pocket. So it's It's going to shell out a few hundred dollars or more on a stop just had some guy walk alongside you. Yeah. How did you learn to do all this? I started back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety for flying for a company called Orient Air out of Saint Paul Minnesota. and. My friend's father owned the company. We were army recruits together in the National Guard. and. They needed a pilot ninety job actually was a actually spent a few years trying to get this enough hours to get this job. And got. Hired. Off on the road I went. So yeah. It's some mentors that could help you out Is that something that you would suggest if someone was thinking again, getting into this get was somebody I. Oh, definitely there's so many things that you don't think about when you're getting ready to make especially along ocean crossing. The the weather considerations are. Paramount I. Mean you run unexpected headwinds? Don't leave yourself enough reserve. You might come up short nets usually considered inconvenient
Making Treatment a Virtual Reality for More People
"It's a real treat to have Bob Poznanovic with me today because a long time ago before he went to work at Hazel and before he became the vice president of Business Development for this organization, Bob and I met in the Community of recovery in Saint Paul Bobby. It was in about nineteen, eighty, nine, ninety five when you and I would get in the car together and drive to center city I'll certainly a lot has happened in our lives personally and professionally just share with our audience today your personal connection to the Organization Hi William. It was February thirteenth of nineteen ninety five when I had reached my bottom. When I was using cocaine. A really high. Amount. In. CHICAGO. I had just lost my job at the senior executive in a technology company in camp lost my relationships and. Like everybody else and reach that point that I ran out of options and Fortunately found the Hazel and foundation and went to treatment said February and stayed in center city until March and then I went to fellow club where I met you and other members of the community some point in at the end of the march we started volunteering and every Saturday a group of would go to center city and share our strength experience and hope with patients that became a big secret to you know to my recovery is at volunteering and giving back and having some fun. You'll filling that void that drugs and alcohol had that was now being filled. With recovering I think that's one of the one of the promises and one of the gifts is to have really to friendships like yourself and others. Throughout the year. So it's nice to see you and it's nice to be here in the same capacity with you being able to carry, put a face on recovery and carry the message of hope who have ever imagined it right when. You talk about how much you lost but. We're so glad that you've gained so much and we're so glad that you continue to hold onto the expertise that has put you into the role now as vice president of Business Development for this organization at really a critical time, not only in our growth but as we. Address the pandemic of. Corona virus. And you're in charge of a lot of that effort. Can you take us through the process of developing and law launching? He's willing. Betty. Ford's telehealth strategy. Sure so because. My background has always been in technology. I was looking ahead and trying to predict kind of where the industry was going to go is you're looking at technology and healthcare in general I. Think it was pretty clear that technology utilization in behavioral health was really lagging in particularly even more. So in substance use a lot of organizations didn't even have electronic medical records. And you looked at the look at the industry, look at the industry problems, patient problems and care delivery problems back in twenty eighteen. When I HAPPEN TO HAVE A. Demo of some software that one of our pair partners was developing. And it clicked on me that. This technology could be. Used to deliver care differently. So was in two thousand, eighteen we started to talk about how could we use video? In live video between patients, not just in one in one environment which was being done. For telehealth for for years. But how could it be done in a group environment because the problem we are looking to solve Was Access. We're working with a lot of our partners around the country and communities. Academic health centers and other state organizations in healthcare to rural organs. Rural patients is a real challenge. So you know, could it help provide care improve access to roll Marcus would the convenience? Of being able to get care wherever you're at improve engagement. If you live in downtown La Chicago New York you know the catchment area is really small and some big cities because people don't want to fight the traffic after work to get the care. So convenience improve engagement. And the other was would. Stigma. Could we help through overcome some of the stigma. By. Not Making people physically have to show up at a building Kinda put a label on themselves Kenneth come out much more in a sense in Kuwait engaged them earlier by having them. Feel it's safer. As, well as convenient. To start that way. So we it started in two thousand eighteen down the past, and could we accomplished all the goals of of healthcare which is approve access improve outcomes improve. Patient satisfaction and lower costs.
Activists, Anna Arnold Hedgeman
"Today we're talking about a trail-blazing political activist and educator. She was the first black woman to be a member of a oral cabinet in New York City and the only woman on the administrative committee for the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. Let's talk about Anna. Arnold. Henchmen. Anna was born in eighteen ninety nine in Marshall Town. Iowa. Her family later moved to a NOCA- where they were the only black family in the community. In Nineteen Eighteen Anna graduated from high school and enrolled in Hamline University. It was there that she heard a lecture by w e boys and was inspired to pursue a career in education. In nineteen twenty two Anna was the first African American to graduate from HER UNIVERSITY After graduation unable to find a teaching job in Saint Paul Public schools because she was black and found a teaching job but historically, black school in Mississippi called Rust College. On her train ride down south to her new job in Mississippi Anna, had her first experience with Jim. Crow segregation laws a train conductor told her that when the train reached Illinois had to sit in the overcrowded colored section and not in the dining car white people sat. Anna spent two years at rust college before turning to Minnesota. Unable to find a teaching job after once again, facing racial discrimination, she switched careers. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and became an executive director of the black. Branch of the Young Women's Christian, association or the YWCA. She continued her executive role for twelve years helping to develop various international programs and education. In nineteen thirty, three Anna married folk musician merit a henchman. In nineteen forty, four Anna was appointed executive director at the F. E. P. C.. The national. Council for a Permanent Fair Employment Practices Committee. She spearheaded the fight against employment discrimination. From nineteen, fifty, four to nineteen fifty eat anna served in the cabinet of Robert F Wagner Junior then New York mayor. She was the first african-american and first female member of a mayoral cabinet. For the next few years she worked in a variety of roles including as a columnist as well as as a public relations consultant. In one thousand, nine, fifty, three Anna spent three months in India as next leader for the State Department. She also unsuccessfully ran for Congress in one thousand, nine, hundred sixty and for New York City Council president in Nineteen. Sixty five. One of Anna's most famous feats was her role in the nineteen, sixty, three march on Washington. We hold these choose to be self-evident. That, all men are created. Was the only woman on the administrative committee working with civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King, junior, Bayard Reston. And Eighth Phillip Randolph. Mobilize people to attend to arrange transportation logistics and to organize food and water for attendees fell on Anna's pleat because King Randolph and the other men she wrote for carrying on all of their regular responsibilities and it was difficult to get them to the meetings. Shortly before the march. Anna was angry when she saw that no women were included as speakers instead randolph was planning to briefly mention some black women activists in his speech although Anna strongly urged for women to be included a speakers on the program her calls were largely dismissed. In the end as a compromise, daisy beats was allowed to speak at the end of the march but her allotted speech time was significantly shorter than all the other male speakers. Anna later captured in her autobiography a moment during the March as she sat in front of the steps of the Lincoln. Memorial. I thought of the one, hundred, eighty, thousand Negro soldiers and the twenty nine thousand black seamen who had moved in at the crucial moment to win the war and save the fragile union she wrote. Most of the two hundred and fifty thousand people present could not know of these men for the history books available to Americans have failed to record their story. In the Nineteen Seventies Anna continued her work as an author and lecturer in the US and abroad. She wrote two books about her life's work. The trumpet of sounds in Nineteen, sixty four and the gift of chaos in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven. Anna was honored for her working race relations by various organizations throughout her life and was awarded honorary doctorate degrees from both Howard and Hamline University's. She also received the Pioneer Woman Award in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three from the New York State Conference on Midlife and older women. Anna died in nineteen ninety she was ninety years old.
[Unedited] Michael McCarthy with Krista Tippett
"I'm so delighted to be. Speaking with you. I can't tell you how much I love your book and I'm telling everyone about it. Yeah. It's as marked up. Emmy Book I have ever read. In the Bible including the Bible and I picked it up just on a table in a bookstore in Saint Paul Minnesota Twin cities. Different questions for me before we get going I think. Okay. I'm happy to respond to you. Yeah I don't I. So I don't usually do Generally do book interviews but really, and I've dug little bit and I've also looked at your. Some. Of Your other writing but I really. So so we're we're not talking about the book, but essentially we're talking about. Everything, the book is about. So I yeah so Chris I think we're good great. Okay. Yes and so we have a nice amount of time to have a big. Real wandering conversation. I would like to start I I I. Start Most of my interviews with a question just just wondering about The religious or spiritual background of someone's childhood I find. That is a very fertile place and everybody's imagination whatever their story is. It's full of questions and searching and softness so. However you would. However, you would begin to to think of that. How would you? How would you Described the religious or spiritual background of your childhood. I would use a curious phrase to describe. What I am now I would describe myself as an ethnic Catholic. Okay. that was a phrase I can't claim authorship of it was used by. British woman politician about twenty years ago meaning there's I grew up a Roman Catholic. and I have abandoned the faith. The formerly at any right but the belief system if not not necessarily. Belief in heaven now but the. The sense of right and wrong I think Stays with you all your life and you relate to it. Was it Mary? McCarthy who read a book called wants to Catholic. And I think the sense of right and wrong and also I think he'll go strong sets. Of Original Sin Yeah I. Think I'm quite aware that is a very dark side to the species mom. If, we can say that these days I think the the species is still called mind it's a human being. and so even though I'm not formally religious. I, like to think I. Suppose that I carry with me what people might describe as a religious sensibility. And I feel like right at the beginning of of your book The Moss snowstorm nature enjoy. You I mean this is this is a this is a book about our bond with the natural world. Right and you and you start it. It's also woven, and that bond is both civilizational. It's at once civilizational and species something about our species, but it's also personal. and so and you do we've that personal story all the way through your reflection on this large subject. End You know you're use the word a soul in this way rather early you describe your mother's illness and She she was away for a time institutionalized and. One of the things that happened to you as a child is it you you had a lack of feeling about that. that you could perceive, but then you describe this day. And here's just the sentences. That there was a singular window. Of observing butterflies and he said when I was a skinny kid in short pants, butterflies entered my soul. So where'd you just tell a little bit of that story as and why that is a vantage point for you on again, this large civilizational issue. It was really just a personal way. Of, my own way through my own personal experience. Of. Beginning explore. the strange conundrum which it seems to me that we can actually love very fiercely the natural world I we sort of take that for granted as commonplace. But as I got older, it seemed to me rather curious phenomenon because after all the natural world is only the the environment from which we emerge to species like every other species. Unlike. Every other species there are two things that they're not sure world has for us. One is danger. One is utility because the natural world can be dangerous and it can kill you. You can have thousands of people killed by snakes in India every year still or not show world can be a great advantage. It can provide you food and shelter and various other things. And all species are aware even if instinctively of these things but we have a third thing, which is that we can actually love the natural world.
How Do Researchers Preserve Smells?
"Pardon me fragrances your book wearing researchers at university. College London suggests that the knows knows get it in an extensive study of smells heritage and Historic Paper published in the Journal Heritage Science. The authors argue the importance of documenting and preserving smells, but why the researchers realized that visitors at Saint Paul's Cathedral Dean and Chapter Library in London frequently comment on the aroma of the space, saying they feel like they can smell history now. Thanks to our LIMBIC system odors can make us pretty emotional especially when they evoked memories, sense affect how we experience different cultures and places and help us gain more insight into. Into and engage more deeply with the past since smells are a part of our cultural heritage, the researchers posit they have historical value and deserve to be identified analyzed and archived using chemical analysis and sensory descriptions. The study authors said about figuring out a way for scientists and historians to do so. In one experiment, the researchers asked visitors at the historic library to characterize the odors. They smelled more than seventy percent of respondents considered the library smell as pleasant. All visitors thought it smelled woody. While eighty six percent noticed a smoky aroma, earthy was seventy one percent and vanilla. At forty one percent were also descriptors. Visitors chose often. Responses ranged from musty, pungent and floral to rancid In another experiment, the study authors analyzed the responses of seventy-nine visitors to the Birmingham. Museum and Art Gallery in the United Kingdom to the smell of a historic broke from a second hand bookstore to capture the book smell. A piece of sterile GAAS was soaked in five milliliters or point one seven ounces of an. An extract of the book odor and placed in an unlabeled metal canister, screwed shut to prevent visitors from peaking the top three responses when the visitors were prompted to describe the smell, chocolate, coffee and old, the team even analyzed the volatile organic compounds also known as VOC's in the book and in the library. Most odors are composed of VOC's or chemicals that evaporated. Evaporated low temperatures. VOC's are often associated with certain smell types like acetic acid with sour, for instance, using the data from the chemical analysis and visitors smell descriptions. The researchers created the historic book odor. We'll to document and archive the historic library smell main categories such as sweet or spicy fill the inner circle of the wheel descriptors such as caramel or biscuits fill the. The middle and the chemical compounds likely to be the SMELLY source like Firfer all fill the outer circle. The researchers want the book odor wheel to be an interdisciplinary tool that untrained noses can use to identify smells and the compounds causing them, which could address conservatives concerns about material, composition and degradation inform artifact, paper, conservation decisions and benefit all the factory museum experiences.
Reading the New Testament Letters: Q & A
"How to read the New Testament Letters. Let's start with a question from Damian in Minnesota Hey. Tim and John. My name is Damian. Leverett and I live. Live in Saint Paul. Minnesota I'm a classically trained theater actor and performer, and listening to these episodes has made me wonder if it could be a fruitful practice for churches to have people like me. Trained in speaking complex texts in an active embodied way, read the letters in their entirety in live gatherings. What do you think about this idea is? It's stupid. Are there any pitfalls or problems that you'd foresee? I'd love your advice. Thanks for all you do all right. I'll respond first Damian your idea is the opposite of stupid. It's actually brilliant and so important, and yes, you should do it. No questions asked. All Right? That's my first response. was here's John for sure? Yeah, you. We talked about how these letters were originally heard. Read Aloud. Yeah, that's right and that there is something about. Hearing it all in one sitting that helps you Kinda feel the shape of it in a different way. I noticed when I read. I get really stuck like what did that sentence mean? I don't keep moving. But, if you're in a situation, where just being read aloud in listening to an audio version of the Bible, that's really powerful, so so if you have a vision for using your experience in theater. That's awesome. Yes, John and I. Both knew a guy named Jason Nightingale. Who had just ministry nonprofit, he called word sewer ministries, but essentially he memorized all the books of the New Testament. Did he do all of them well? I don't know that for certain, but the sampling that I. Know that I've heard him. Recite before makes me think he's for sure got. From the gospel of Mark to the book of revelation Romans, Hebrews. Fijian's so we back when we were in our twenties, heard him. Yeah back in the nineties. Nineties Nightingale. But Man. This guy traveled all over the US and the world reciting books of the New Testament and then sometimes he would give short little homily. Reflection afterwards, but his main thing was to recite whole books the New Testament in one go for groups of people with such a booming. Yes, wonderful destroy had a uniquely amazing voice yeah. So yes Damien I. It's a wonderful idea. It should be normal I. Think this kind of ministry should be normal in the life of a local church. Yeah, having somebody who's like the memorizer and reciter of books of the New Testament. So guts be Damian. Go forth and memorize and recite his question from Lauren in Indiana Hi John and Tim. This is Lauren and Fort Wayne Indiana I'm listening to your conversation on the New Testament letters with my usual rapt attention, and in episode three is John expressed some frustration that the theology. The New Testament isn't more thoroughly connected and expurgated. It made me wonder. Wonder whether Paul as a Hebrew scripture scholar, who understood that it was as you call it. He Meditation Literature. Do you think it's possible that he crafted his epistles in that same way so that people would need to hear them and read them over and over to really get the depth of meaning just curious. Thanks for all you do God bless. It's great question. I thought that was really insightful. Question. It is true especially Paul the his letters are hard to understand. There are or you could say there are many parts that are difficult to follow. And you remember at some point in the series. I mentioned passage in Second Peter where Peter felt the same way That's right. Yeah, yeah, he says there are some things of Paul's letters that are hard to understand. However the question is. Is that intentional? He could. Is it a bug? My hunch is that for Paul's letters that it was expensive to write. Letters can talk about this future episodes. How how letters were actually produced and how expensive it was and the process involved, but I think part of it was just the way he communicated through these letters and the way his mind work. was like a beautiful mind. In terms of. Is this guy crazy or is this guy brilliant? I think it seems you can just feel bursting out of sentences in Galicians that there's whole volumes. He could riot on what's underneath just a couple of sentences and so? I think you actually could. You. Do need to read them over and over at least I have for years, but I'm not sure it's necessarily because he crafted the way. The Hebrew literature is crafted I. Think it's he was raised on that literature, and so he certainly is shaped by it and talks things by, but I think it's also just the nature of him his unique personality, and then the letter medium. How would you think I hear what you're saying there? Yeah, he not designed with the same maybe. Maybe intention analogy that scroll in the Tanakh would have been designed potentially, but he had internalized that design, and that tradition, and that tradition so much that it undergirds everything. He sang by Medicare, eating on Hebrew Bible, and then meditating on what Paul's writing. Yes, as cool chemistry that happens totally which I've noticed. Yeah, yeah, working on this project with you so many things come pop a lot more when when I start to see the things that that Paul was seeing And which are things that you've been pointing out these patterns and themes inside?
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"Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than I'll just say it an open civil war. Mean I feel like I feel like patience like like those are the Sierra on the on the on the conference. Are being, backed into a corner. Yeah we're basically damned if we do. We're damned if we don't any anybody want to comment on that. No Matt Aspect. Mark Yeah. Well, the thing is like you hope it doesn't cover some this ridiculous. Of course. By, by thing is I would I guess probably is right now I don't know. Civil. War who against who? In other words, how would how would you distinguish I'll be okay Tepa. Got It the OH black lives matter. Got It. But. How do you distinguish? You gotta be. That's a great question. That's the real. That's a real problem is that we're facing a A faceless boogeyman to keep us all in our homes and isolated from one another. We've got blatant constitutional no violations from New York California including the first second third amendments. Fourth amendment. I mean and they're just they're not apologetic about it. They're just in your face to. Has. Closed Down Churches and locked Rock Jewish people out of their own parts. What's his name from says. Yeah. Is violating blatantly violating the first. Amendment people they can't sing in. Church. Are you kidding me. I mean, I'm not a religious separation of church and state. Well and second of all I mean, how does anybody look at that and not go holy shit let the lawsuits commence. Honestly So, now here's the thing I. WanNa Make It. I WanNa make it very clear for the audience and even those in the group I am not advocating for an open civil war where we start shooting. Okay. I would also like to say here only for myself but I believe that that I do not believe in the Black Lives Organization the Black Lives Matter Organization. I believe in the message black lives matter just as much as every other life and we should all be equal before the law we should be overseas equal treatment especially before the law. But. I'm not going to back a group that is Marxist and comes out and basically says it if you don't give us what we want, we're GONNA burn the system that the ground. I mean all here. Again, I mean if you have said organization that is in fact, baking a threat whether they considered idol. They considered valid. It is still a threat to. The life. Well, exactly how how do we not take that? How do we not take that based on the the instances of the last month? Says we says, we all watched the the horrific murder of a of a citizen by by discussing human being police officer. How do we? How do we not take that as anything other than a threat of actual violence based on recent history? Therein. Lies The question that I would poses that to go along with remarks you know who who exactly is going to do is A. Government. It's a radical leaders. Of States counties, cities, whatever. Or is it going to be people for people? We have. What did you just leave knowing? When you just gotTa love the irony that the Minnesota governor had the balls to ask the white. House for for bailout money after they let their city burn. I, mean, I understand there are citizens that were affected by that. But you know my argument would be well I'll tell you what once you spend the money that you say from you know. From dissolving your police. Believe. Yeah what you spend that money go ahead. Save yourself though you know the. Four hundred million dollars spent annually on your police force. Etc.. And They're not gonNA, pass it out. There's a blank check to the people because well, you know we don't get our tax money that way. Exactly. HAVE YOUR IS A. Stalemate along the lines of. City Minneapolis Saint Paul's which Is Looking for a five hundred dollar bill out the government's GONNA help. They're going to have to get that money somewhere. Well exactly and the question. Phoenix afraid now, but to answer your question or respond to your statement. I believe you said they're not gonNA raise taxes through the roof to do it. Of course, they will. Of course they will in turn. Bring. I. That's. That's a real trick. Isn't is when the IRS gets involved or whatever State Department revenue they have comes and starts locking people up the people sheepishly combine. and. The guy will probably get reelected. Let's be honest. Well you will probably see. You'll probably see something for the cities that were affected by riots and everything put into like a another stimulus bill passed by the house. Like they have added that money there you go to a legal and yeah. And everything else that I wouldn't put it past the House to sit there and add a piece in there that every city that was affected by these riots or has hardships now. Get X. amount of. Millions of dollars as part of this. Bill to. Help, stimulate the economy and the people that actually are affected by all this. That, it should be helping they'll put their. Claws into it and put. Extra things that won't matter, and then it'll sit there and argue back and forth between the House, and the Senate for God knows how long Because they won't budge on wasn't it? Well one thing you have to love about the strategy employed by the Democrats they're gonNA. They're gonNA try to stick it in something that make the president look bad if he vetoes it. Oh. Yeah. It'll be. It'll be some sort of. Bill and he'll have to it, and then they'll scream how he doesn't care about children. Exactly among the media will be all over it. Media will be all over at bashing him. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. The president doesn't care about the future. There for the last four years anyway. Well Yeah they've they've. It's funny. I. Yeah I was GONNA say I. Johnson and Nixon for sure. But you know twenty I hear people talking about Oh. Trump won't accept the results of the twenty twenty election loses you guys still haven't accepted the fact that you're get forty. Or the fact that impeachment failed yeah. Yeah the. Everything else. Rono. Everything else that you've thrown at them hasn't stuck. Exactly this is. This is reality you know this is not theory. All this stuff is happened. You know. I saw something today and I don't remember where it was talking about the reason that you know that. They want to sit there and blame trump for not being ready for this pandemic and everything was because the other half of the fence was sitting there. So busy trying to get him out for the last four years that he couldn't take time to focus. On being prepared for anything like that. The funny part is, is I I'm trying. I'm trying to I'm I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of hearing how Trump getting the blame for a hundred and thirty thousand body bags. Here this is this is the thing we need to do things. We need to change the story number one it should be only a hundred, thirty, thousand, five bags why? If if anybody recalls I do specifically PURDIS MR TRUMP DONALD TRUMP put a travel ban in effect once we had ten positive cases in this country, the left assailed him for weeks for doing it. Okay. Nancy. Pelosi went to Chinatown encourage people not to wear masks Blah Blah. Xenophobic Racist Blah Blah Blah, pick your s that's yacht called, and now all of a sudden they WANNA blame him for one hundred, thirty, thousand body bags may explain something if he hadn't done what he did when he did, there'd be a million three bodybags. Okay end of discussion this has nothing to do with mass. This is all a political fucking game and and I'm tired of hearing about it. Except from you guys I love your new guys. DOTS. I. Think. Let's just put that on record right now. Yeah you're paid to talk matter of fact, we don't pay you at all. Yes. I think we have a contract we'll get. something. About our bucks and it'll happen advil or something like that. I. Think it was under someone nine. I was a corner of starbucks eight was a quarter of an advil and half starbucks get it straight monthly and you're no. Damage. Send Me. Oreo. Wait a minute. I want kids count. You want to renegotiate. All of your agent moved to Seattle. Yeah exactly somebody please his comments to that brick wall over there. Oh Yeah. Yeah. All right I feel like I've rented enough. Is there anything you gentlemen WANNA cover that I missed? How `bout? Redskins finally caving. By quest over we're going we're going for football. Then we're GONNA touch the Third Rail Ladies and gentlemen he just licked and grabbed it go right ahead phoenix. I did read an article that. There are some and I'm not saying a whole bowl loan. I'm not saying that YOU KNOW ENTIRE PATIENT O. Or and it's hard tribal right that there are in fact, some of the indigenous votes, native Americans. That want keep it because it actually gives them a sense of ownership relevant. We've along on this we have this. We can follow this because that is you know a depiction of our people. What's the Redskins fans great. I have no problem with that if there. was somebody like football but hey, you know I, see it representation in my people here. Thank you. There are well, we don't get me wrong that no, all fuck you and take it other. Cash kind of it's actually kind of funny that you mentioned that being that I'm also for those of us this for those of you just tuning in and getting no us as we get to know you I, am a football nut job I have been since my early days Yes. I was GONNA. Say I think there's actually incriminating proof out there wasn't much of a about football I gotta tell you. My love for the game has often outweighed all of this You know all the polit political bullshit that's going on in the game for quite some time. Get into Kapernick, that's a whole other rent for me that lasts about forty five minutes and maybe we'll do an episode just on that Now, there was always my understanding in watching anything about the Washington redskins and and the history of them that the that the team was supposedly named for one of their assistant coaches who was native American and it was if anybody. I played football I I. I. I know that Phoenix not sure if you did mark You know everybody everybody on the football field to talk shit and especially to your friends okay and Just because you have some sort of negative pejorative is a nickname, doesn't mean that people hate you Okay. So The, the the legend was and I've actually since found out found out, different resin was at the team was named for in honor of one of their beloved assistant coaches. Evidently that's not the case. Racist over racist overtones aside I? Mean we can dissect anything want. Come up with all kinds of. The point being is, why don't we just name? The region Caucasians and everybody'll be happy. Okay I mean. Seriously also living in living in Florida I gotTa tell you the university or she state has a deal to to use the seminole name from the from the seminal nation. They paid them royalties every year, which is why you don't hear this here the Indigenous People screaming about Florida state. Okay. So You know I I don't I don't want to say they haven't been relevant for twenty years. Hey easy. I. Agree I agree too I mean my head. One is, Emma water but. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mark. Are You All I I. Take over the gators day. Well me too because. No. Fan. You know what you know University of Miami and the Florida. GATOR gator. Yeah. So It's just block. Gives you wondering we all love each other teams until we play each other so that that being said. Does anybody have any idea about the outrage regarding redskins? Honestly. I mean I might just you know that stupid that I don't see the problem with the name it's the name of sports team. Okay. I mean we'RE GONNA change the Cleveland Indians. Are we gonNA change you know aerobics Today. But that's again that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing. But how many? Are they are all the sports teams just to be to be called the daisies and you know we're good to go. Or how about the banana flavor wouldn't? Well, this is like football gets get. Exactly. Yeah. Very wrapped up about injuries and things like that. Like five put flags on. Let's play flag football. But that's really the other thing I mean. You can argue that these guys are being paid wages that are equivalent to see to. Well, okay. hazard pay I mean there's they're making millions and millions of dollars. No offense I, what what what what come? Okay. These these guys mostly have guaranteed contracts. So, you break your leg. You're out of the game you're still getting paid and you should have gotten a degree so you should be able to join the workforce afterwards. Well. Puffing along the line that you know you're getting my mom bought list during my day. Is. Lump everything together all of one. We have you know events that have taken place because of. What took place. In A now it's moved to now we're going to start tearing down statues of anybody that. Could would did whatever. But now okay. Well, we need to keep that ball rolling. So we need this Norfolk Russell. Hey. Let's NFL take. Let's go up for baseball teams. Blackhawks. I love the fact that the blackhawks till they told those guys to stuff it. They're like, no, we're not change Noel. I mean yeah, and also also the the pretty big assumption there is that these people that are tearing down statues have any clue who they are I mean want to remove a statue wondering. I it's like I'll take the consequences of not taking US history for eight hundred Alex. Basically. Look, we get to wipe out four. Daily double. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. PULL DOWN WE'RE. GonNa pull out Lincoln and we're GONNA pull down the statue of an abolitionist. Yeah. Let's do that. Oh Yeah. Well, they're not even educated. They're pulling down you know. They're pulling down. Statues of people that fought four slavery. To to abolish slavery, they're pulling down. I mean I saw they ruined the Frederick Douglass. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah you mean the guy that advised Lincoln on how to actually take slavery down Gee I can't imagine why you hear him down. Clearly again, that's That's World Super Eight Hundred Alex. Exactly exactly no no, it's not world history. It's common core history. That's that's right. And? There is no wrong answer to one plus one. Knew exactly. All right boys I. think that's going to wrap it up for. I. Think that's going to wrap it up this particular episode everybody that joined us. Thank you very much. I appreciate a hope you've You give him a little insight insight. I should say are insanity sure would appreciate your support. So if that support button go at Mash, it down any level would be appreciated We're GONNA have some promos and some gear available for you guys here real soon, and For joining us again I'm supporting. Joined by mark and Phoenix and cryptic, and we are the midnight patriots I guys. Each. Put.
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"Hello America. And welcome to the midnight. Patriots involves Spartan and I am flanked by Phoenix, Drip Dick, and mark. We are the midnight patriots and you may be asking yourselves why in the hell are we doing this? Well, got to be honest with you. Everybody has insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny that and we have day jobs. So we're GONNA talk in the series about the Constitution the bill of rights politics national current events. WE'RE GONNA call out here anyway guardless of the perceive political flavor using these standards of information logic and a passion for liberty. So that being said, I wanted to read something here real quick on our maiden voyage as sort of a sort of a way to set the standard. This this passage I'm about to read was actually written by. Thomas Paine one of our founders and framers, and regardless of how you see this man and the values that he possessed in that day that this was written this was written about seven months after the excuse me five months after the declaration of independence. So this is a this is a passage from December twenty, third, seventeen, seventy, six many of you have heard the the the line of this but I'm to go a little bit deeper into it, and hopefully this'll give the show some sort of context and and we hope we can earn your support as as time goes on. So this is from December twenty, third seventeen, seventy, six when the When the Revolutionary War was still going on and it says says as follows. These are the Times that try men's souls. Summer soldier in the Sun signed gatriways will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and the thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, there's not easily conquered. Yet, we have this consolation with us at the heart of the conflict, the more glorious triumphs. What we obtained too cheap. We assume too lightly. It is dearness only that gives every thing. It's value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods. And it would be strange indeed if so celestial and article as freedom. Should not be highly rated. So those are the kind of the words that I could keep in mind as we go through this in every man here every person associated with this show would definitely be on the flag to make sure that the stretch stay read. So we're GONNA open up tonight and we're going to kind of open up the insanity that we've been seeing around our country regarding corona virus covid nineteen. Now everybody fever mind that none of us are medical professionals and our virologist by any stretch of the imagination where relating experiences and questions nothing that we say should be taken as any sort of diagnostic approach or any sort of Expert opinion. That said yours truly your host here Paul Spartan well, actually come at this from a perspective of being Osha certified in matters of respirators and and breathing protection. the rest of US come at this from from our own particular viewpoints and speculations. So let's just get started off So boys, we got we have. Governors California and Texas walking. Act Actual reopenings and we've got quote unquote more and indecisive confirmations, Cova, spreading but for but amazingly somehow in New York, they're reporting any new deaths or anybody WANNA start with an opinion on that. Honestly. You know I mean there's been some conversation prior to. Between myself and the other members. That's. Something is pulling the strings somewhere. Other than CDC, a hospital staff, surgeon, general things of that nature. Quite honestly, you know whatever it was whatever stream you Asian that recently came out that. Took a Italy Area. Jersey Pennsylvania. Great. Has stated sure. But why is it only California Texas? That more back that we know of your again to the states in the continental United States. Voting populace in those states. So my question now. WHO formed strings? Think. That's the overarching point here is that you know in in my experience not to get too nerdy and go too far down the rabbit hole but the same government that's telling us you know to be afraid and take particular actions like wearing cloth masks. Are the same ones that are telling us that the cloth masks don't work. I can tell you from from Osha Training and ocean certification that airborne pathogens particularly viruses. Are listed in the sub micron rage. Now that sounds that sounds really really you know interesting or maybe even boring but something that has to be realized is that when something is a sub micron particle. It passes right through the we've of a mask. Require its own moisture source. Now. Obviously state standard state standards vary but in the train I've received anything in the sub micron range requires a A. A SELF CONTAINED OXYGEN SOURCE With the use of a mask in that in that particular bio suit I mean if you WanNa, take a look and you think you're safe by wearing a cloth mask look at whatever rally just wears in a lab. When he's working with this type of contagion, it isn't a cloth masks. He wears a moon suit with a separate oxygen supply I mean there seems to be my perception is that the same people that are that are trying to Promote the panic are the ones trying to peddle a secure and make trillions and any thoughts on John? I think they're actually. No I. Think There's definitely you know financial motivation behind. This whether it's big whether it's by hospitals by a parent companies own hospitals. I mean. There's definitely something I think that financially pushes everything I mean between them getting you know a nice. paycheck at for each person, they list with Kobe or each person that unfortunately passes. listed. With Kovin. You, know they get a Giant financial. Yes if you will. Of money which I think pushes ally of these. Claims of more cases rising I mean like we. Previously is if you talk about the fact that of you know there's people around that work in the profession that there are things have been going around that they've sent. You know unused test the places. And they've come back positive when they haven't been used. But who who? Who who is the guy over in Africa, that tested a tested a fruit and a goat. And they both came back. Positive. Does anybody remember that news But you already your point but more to your point I believe the last figure I heard to. Last year I heard from the federal government was somewhere in the area of fifty to eighty five thousand dollars total for the treatment, and if the the particular person passes, the patient passes they get more. Does anybody have any information to dispute that because I think that was the last count that I heard. Be last information that I have. At, least. It's nineteen thousand dollars for a diagnosed case. Thirty eight thousand dollars if they are required hospital say and it goes up exponentially require respirator ICU care. They stay longer than hot. You're in you're out you're gone. So that being said. We all know that it'll supposedly. This bill. Gates himself and his research company. Or the ones that. Found viruses no did all the. Problems. I'm looking for here research. But. My question is if they did all the research, why did they come up with as well or have they? That's a question I posed to you folks. Well, I know they re you know they actually waiting to get ten thousand dollars plus from insurance companies and the federal government per dose mean. There's an argument to be made there. I mean, the guy is not a doctor nor is he of Arale just he just wants to make a make a killing on the here. Now that by the way is not an argument for any sort of socialized medicine. It's an absolute. It's an absolute disgusting power-hungry move at the cost of well forget about just American lives. What about globally, what have what is a million people in the ground now lifted discovered related At least one point three. If I remember correctly I could be wrong. Well, I got the second portion. Really a big to ask now is Bill Gates can't keep a bug out of his own computers what you're GONNA do with the world. Exactly number one key couldn't build a computer didn't crash three times a day for no reason. So why would we trust him with with people's lives? You know I mean he would. There was a there was a tit for tat went back and forth on social media several several years ago when he was still a once he was the kingpin of Microsoft. And he had mentioned something like You know if the auto industry had made many advances in the computer industry over the last twenty years, we'd all be driving cars that got a thousand miles to the gallon and went from zero to one hundred and two seconds to which I believe. It was the CEO at the time of Ford replied. Well. Yeah. But then the cars would crash twice a day for no reason. So. I mean you. Good Cryptic. I was GonNa say, well, then you you look at Osso. When you're talking about these numbers, go into hospitals. How many hospitals or possibly owned by the same parent company that owns the farms that the big farms that are gonna sit there and. Produce this vaccine all the sudden. Or? Not to say that they don't already have it and are just. Still waiting. I mean I know there's always testing and they have to get FDA approval and God knows what else but I mean, what's to say? that. They're not. You know getting twice the paychecks. On. Both things. Oh. Yeah. There's there's no doubt they're doubling down does absolutely no doubt doubling down your that said the other the other things that I've noticed here I don't know if everybody's been keeping up like I have. There's a Lotta unconstitutional shift happening. Okay. And I mean. Just heard I. Heard I. Heard Mark Heard Mark Giggling that that's fine because. The little that they'll get into that in a little bit but also just I wanna take a moment mark You serve this country with honor and distinction for several years in that in the military and I got to thank you for that Phoenix. You did as well and I got to say thank you for that. You protected my right to become a fat video playing hotdog eating copy guzzling douchebag that you see before you now and some of US servicemen appreciate that and Thank you. Appreciate. Bill. Hey they already did. They're called the IRS and believe me they're up my don't shit. I don't know where they I don't know where I ended maybe. It's not. So we've got measured we've got measures being proposed in in in multiple stages. Here is all the way from you know putting additional taxes on firearms to ammunition and then requiring a federal license. To purchase either. we've got the state of California. Who is you know? Well, let's just be honest they're doing what California does. It essentially eliminated their own their own Anti discrimination laws I don't know how that happened Where the hell does anybody see an end game here other than complete and total? Marxist. Shithole. That's where these lefties and I'm not GONNA say Liberals. Anymore. He's people are leftist-marxist pigs and by the way if any of you listening fuck off, don't ever come back. None of us here at. Fourth Yeah. This year at the Midnight Patriots give a flying fuck what you We don't have time to answer your e mails and believe me you're better off just turning off because if you heard that your heads probably. And I don't WanNa hear about it. Okay. You be somewhere else. All right. Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than I'll just say it an open civil war. Mean I feel like I feel like patience like like those are the Sierra on the on the on the conference. Are being, backed into a corner. Yeah we're basically damned if we do. We're damned if we don't any anybody want to comment on that. No Matt Aspect. Mark Yeah. Well, the thing is like you hope it doesn't cover some this ridiculous. Of course. By, by thing is I would I guess probably is right now I don't know. Civil. War who against who? In other words, how would how would you distinguish I'll be okay Tepa. Got It the OH black lives matter. Got It. But. How do you distinguish? You gotta be. That's a great question. That's the real. That's a real problem is that we're facing a A faceless boogeyman to keep us all in our homes and isolated from one another. We've got blatant constitutional no violations from New York California including the first second third amendments. Fourth amendment. I mean and they're just they're not apologetic about it. They're just in your face to. Has. Closed Down Churches and locked Rock Jewish people out of their own parts. What's his name from says. Yeah. Is violating blatantly violating the first. Amendment people they can't sing in. Church. Are you kidding me. I mean, I'm not a religious separation of church and state. Well and second of all I mean, how does anybody look at that and not go holy shit let the lawsuits commence. Honestly So, now here's the thing I. WanNa Make It. I WanNa make it very clear for the audience and even those in the group I am not advocating for an open civil war where we start shooting. Okay. I would also like to say here only for myself but I believe that that I do not believe in the Black Lives Organization the Black Lives Matter Organization. I believe in the message black lives matter just as much as every other life and we should all be equal before the law we should be overseas equal treatment especially before the law. But. I'm not going to back a group that is Marxist and comes out and basically says it if you don't give us what we want, we're GONNA burn the system that the ground. I mean all here. Again, I mean if you have said organization that is in fact, baking a threat whether they considered idol. They considered valid. It is still a threat to. The life. Well, exactly how how do we not take that? How do we not take that based on the the instances of the last month? Says we says, we all watched the the horrific murder of a of a citizen by by discussing human being police officer. How do we? How do we not take that as anything other than a threat of actual violence based on recent history? Therein. Lies The question that I would poses that to go along with remarks you know who who exactly is going to do is A. Government. It's a radical leaders. Of States counties, cities, whatever. Or is it going to be people for people? We have. What did you just leave knowing? When you just gotTa love the irony that the Minnesota governor had the balls to ask the white. House for for bailout money after they let their city burn. I, mean, I understand there are citizens that were affected by that. But you know my argument would be well I'll tell you what once you spend the money that you say from you know. From dissolving your police. Believe. Yeah what you spend that money go ahead. Save yourself though you know the. Four hundred million dollars spent annually on your police force. Etc.. And They're not gonNA, pass it out. There's a blank check to the people because well, you know we don't get our tax money that way. Exactly. HAVE YOUR IS A. Stalemate along the lines of. City Minneapolis Saint Paul's which Is Looking for a five hundred dollar bill out the government's GONNA help. They're going to have to get that money somewhere. Well exactly and the question. Phoenix afraid now, but to answer your question or respond to your statement. I believe you said they're not gonNA raise taxes through the roof to do it. Of course, they will. Of course they will in turn. Bring. I. That's. That's a real trick. Isn't is when the IRS gets involved or whatever State Department revenue they have comes and starts locking people up the people sheepishly combine. and. The guy will probably get reelected. Let's be honest. Well you will probably see. You'll probably see something for the cities that were affected by riots and everything put into like a another stimulus bill passed by the house. Like they have added that money there you go to a legal and yeah. And everything else that I wouldn't put it past the House to sit there and add a piece in there that every city that was affected by these riots or has hardships now. Get X. amount of. Millions of dollars as part of this. Bill to. Help, stimulate the economy and the people that actually are affected by all this. That, it should be helping they'll put their. Claws into it and put. Extra things that won't matter, and then it'll sit there and argue back and forth between the House, and the Senate for God knows how long Because they won't budge on wasn't it? Well one thing you have to love about the strategy employed by the Democrats they're gonNA. They're gonNA try to stick it in something that make the president look bad if he vetoes it. Oh. Yeah. It'll be. It'll be some sort of. Bill and he'll have to it, and then they'll scream how he doesn't care about children. Exactly among the media will be all over it. Media will be all over at bashing him. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. The president doesn't care about the future. There for the last four years anyway. Well Yeah they've they've. It's funny. I. Yeah I was GONNA say I. Johnson and Nixon for sure. But you know twenty I hear people talking about Oh. Trump won't accept the results of the twenty twenty election loses you guys still haven't accepted the fact that you're get forty. Or the fact that impeachment failed yeah. Yeah the. Everything else. Rono. Everything else that you've thrown at them hasn't stuck. Exactly this is. This is reality you know this is not theory. All this stuff is happened. You know. I saw something today and I don't remember where it was talking about the reason that you know that. They want to sit there and blame trump for not being ready for this pandemic and everything was because the other half of the fence was sitting there. So busy trying to get him out for the last four years that he couldn't take time to focus. On being prepared for anything like that. The funny part is, is I I'm trying. I'm trying to I'm I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of hearing how Trump getting the blame for a hundred and thirty thousand body bags. Here this is this is the thing we need to do things. We need to change the story number one it should be only a hundred, thirty, thousand, five bags why? If if anybody recalls I do specifically PURDIS MR TRUMP DONALD TRUMP put a travel ban in effect once we had ten positive cases in this country, the left assailed him for weeks for doing it. Okay. Nancy. Pelosi went to Chinatown encourage people not to wear masks Blah Blah. Xenophobic Racist Blah Blah Blah, pick your s that's yacht called, and now all of a sudden they WANNA blame him for one hundred, thirty, thousand body bags may explain something if he hadn't done what he did when he did, there'd be a million three bodybags. Okay end of discussion this has nothing to do with mass. This is all a political fucking game and and I'm tired of hearing about it. Except from you guys I love your new guys. DOTS. I. Think. Let's just put that on record right now. Yeah you're paid to talk matter of fact, we don't pay you at all. Yes. I think we have a contract we'll get. something. About our bucks and it'll happen advil or something like that. I. Think it was under someone nine. I was a corner of starbucks eight was a quarter of an advil and half starbucks get it straight monthly and you're no. Damage. Send Me. Oreo. Wait a minute. I want kids count. You want to renegotiate. All of your agent moved to Seattle. Yeah exactly somebody please his comments to that brick wall over there. Oh Yeah. Yeah. All right I feel like I've rented enough. Is there anything you gentlemen WANNA cover that I missed? How `bout? Redskins finally caving. By quest over we're going we're going for football. Then we're GONNA touch the Third Rail Ladies and gentlemen he just licked and grabbed it go right ahead phoenix. I did read an article that. There are some and I'm not saying a whole bowl loan. I'm not saying that YOU KNOW ENTIRE PATIENT O. Or and it's hard tribal right that there are in fact, some of the indigenous votes, native Americans. That want keep it because it actually gives them a sense of ownership relevant. We've along on this we have this. We can follow this because that is you know a depiction of our people. What's the Redskins fans great. I have no problem with that if there. was somebody like football but hey, you know I, see it representation in my people here. Thank you. There are well, we don't get me wrong that no, all fuck you and take it other. Cash kind of it's actually kind of funny that you mentioned that being that I'm also for those of us this for those of you just tuning in and getting no us as we get to know you I, am a football nut job I have been since my early days Yes. I was GONNA. Say I think there's actually incriminating proof out there wasn't much of a about football I gotta tell you. My love for the game has often outweighed all of this You know all the polit political bullshit that's going on in the game for quite some time. Get into Kapernick, that's a whole other rent for me that lasts about forty five minutes and maybe we'll do an episode just on that Now, there was always my understanding in watching anything about the Washington redskins and and the history of them that the that the team was supposedly named for one of their assistant coaches who was native American and it was if anybody. I played football I I. I. I know that Phoenix not sure if you did mark You know everybody everybody on the football field to talk shit and especially to your friends okay and Just because you have some sort of negative pejorative is a nickname, doesn't mean that people hate you Okay. So The, the the legend was and I've actually since found out found out, different resin was at the team was named for in honor of one of their beloved assistant coaches. Evidently that's not the case. Racist over racist overtones aside I? Mean we can dissect anything want. Come up with all kinds of. The point being is, why don't we just name? The region Caucasians and everybody'll be happy. Okay I mean. Seriously also living in living in Florida I gotTa tell you the university or she state has a deal to to use the seminole name from the from the seminal nation. They paid them royalties every year, which is why you don't hear this here the Indigenous People screaming about Florida state. Okay. So You know I I don't I don't want to say they haven't been relevant for twenty years. Hey easy. I. Agree I agree too I mean my head. One is, Emma water but. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mark. Are You All I I. Take over the gators day. Well me too because. No. Fan. You know what you know University of Miami and the Florida. GATOR gator. Yeah. So It's just block. Gives you wondering we all love each other teams until we play each other so that that being said. Does anybody have any idea about the outrage regarding redskins? Honestly. I mean I might just you know that stupid that I don't see the problem with the name it's the name of sports team. Okay. I mean we'RE GONNA change the Cleveland Indians. Are we gonNA change you know aerobics Today. But that's again that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing. But how many? Are they are all the sports teams just to be to be called the daisies and you know we're good to go. Or how about the banana flavor wouldn't? Well, this is like football gets get. Exactly. Yeah. Very wrapped up about injuries and things like that. Like five put flags on. Let's play flag football. But that's really the other thing I mean. You can argue that these guys are being paid wages that are equivalent to see to. Well, okay. hazard pay I mean there's they're making millions and millions of dollars. No offense I, what what what what come? Okay. These these guys mostly have guaranteed contracts. So, you break your leg. You're out of the game you're still getting paid and you should have gotten a degree so you should be able to join the workforce afterwards. Well. Puffing along the line that you know you're getting my mom bought list during my day. Is. Lump everything together all of one. We have you know events that have taken place because of. What took place. In A now it's moved to now we're going to start tearing down statues of anybody that. Could would did whatever. But now okay. Well, we need to keep that ball rolling. So we need this Norfolk Russell. Hey. Let's NFL take. Let's go up for baseball teams. Blackhawks. I love the fact that the blackhawks till they told those guys to stuff it. They're like, no, we're not change Noel. I mean yeah, and also also the the pretty big assumption there is that these people that are tearing down statues have any clue who they are I mean want to remove a statue wondering. I it's like I'll take the consequences of not taking US history for eight hundred Alex. Basically. Look, we get to wipe out four. Daily double. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. PULL DOWN WE'RE. GonNa pull out Lincoln and we're GONNA pull down the statue of an abolitionist. Yeah. Let's do that. Oh Yeah. Well, they're not even educated. They're pulling down you know. They're pulling down. Statues of people that fought four slavery. To to abolish slavery, they're pulling down. I mean I saw they ruined the Frederick Douglass. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah you mean the guy that advised Lincoln on how to actually take slavery down Gee I can't imagine why you hear him down. Clearly again, that's That's World Super Eight Hundred Alex. Exactly exactly no no, it's not world history. It's common core history. That's that's right. And? There is no wrong answer to one plus one. Knew exactly. All right boys I. think that's going to wrap it up for. I. Think that's going to wrap it up this particular episode everybody that joined us. Thank you very much. I appreciate a hope you've You give him a little insight insight. I should say are insanity sure would appreciate your support. So if that support button go at Mash, it down any level would be appreciated We're GONNA have some promos and some gear available for you guys here real soon, and For joining us again I'm supporting. Joined by mark and Phoenix and cryptic, and we are the midnight patriots I guys. Each. Put.
What will out-of-work Americans do without that extra $600 per week?
"We begin this week at the end of July in a year. Ain't none of us. GonNa Forget by pointing out the enduring reality of vis economy, thirty two and a half million Americans aren't working. They are trying to get by on expanded federal unemployment benefits expanded in who can get him gig workers, the self-employed people who can't go to work because school is closed, or because somebody in their household is sick. They all get them. Those benefits are also expanded in how much people can get the extra six hundred dollars a week? You've been hearing so much about here and elsewhere. You've also been hearing. I'm sure that the last of those checks go out in like a week. Unless Congress and the White House decide to do something. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets is going. Back, in March Austin, Texas was gearing up for the annual south by southwest. Festival and everyone theater folks waiters, bartenders car share drivers was about to be working round the clock for a whole month, and making a significant chunk of their annual pay, then covid nineteen hit, the city announced that was going to be shut down. It just pulled the plug out from under every day Stephen Pruitt's lighting, designer and videography. videography he had gigs setup for south by southwest, and then he was going to China with Texas, tap dance troupe, instead myself and everyone else just lost every job that we've had before the pandemic. He'd been out of luck. Freelance workers aren't typically eligible for jobless benefits. But Washington made them eligible and added six hundred dollars. A week to everybody's on employment checks. It's been the difference between you know my rant. Versus, not if Washington doesn't extend the six hundred dollar week, pandemic payments come August pruitt will be getting a Texas sized unemployment check of two hundred a week. Like at that point. I'm probably still paying my rent, but I may have to talk to my bank about Can I defer my car loan? Okay? I can still survive, but now I'm going to be figuring out how to prioritize which bills to. To pay all over the country, people in states with comparatively low jobless benefits like taxes will face a fifty to seventy five percent. Pay Cut at a time when getting a new job isn't necessarily easy or safe. Says Andrew Staedtler at the century. Foundation, and that means people worried about losing their housing having to move in with relatives. You're not really be able to get by on unemployment benefits. Staedtler says. The federal supplement will suck twenty five billion dollars a week out of the economy. Money people spend right away on essentials. Rent food transportation. The money is also keeping some small businesses alive like an assemblies bakery in Kansas City. where she is cooked server and businessmen. When the state shutdown she got on pandemic on employment. It's gone towards shop expenses I. Mean I still have to pay rent? Even when I'm close and utilities, and all that I haven't had any revenue really when the state re opened, she was no longer eligible for unemployment, so she reopened fully masked takeout only and then Monday I woke up with flu symptoms and went to the doctor I'm presumptive positives shows quarantining now and her shop. Shop is closed if she doesn't start getting unemployment payments soon. She's not sure she'll be able to reopen. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace exactly how much spending power that extra six hundred bucks gets. It varies a whole lot of course depending on where you are colleagues at the APM. Research labs of in Saint Paul of built an interactive map that will give you some sense of it. You can check that out at marketplace dot ord. Should say here by the way that there are talks said on an economic package tomorrow up on Capitol Hill. The GOP wants to hold it to a trillion. Democrats in the House already passed a at three and a half trillion. Those obviously are the starting
Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral
"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.
"saint paul" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The first letter of Saint Paul to the Corinthians brothers and sisters the couple blessing that we bless is it not a participation in the blood of Christ the bread that we break is it not a participation in the body of Christ because the loaf of bread is one we either many are one body for we all partake of the one the word the word of the lord the lord be with you with yours a reading from the holy gospel according to John Jesus said to the Jewish crowds I am the living bread that came down from heaven whoever eats this bread will live forever and the bread that I will give is.
Black Trans Lives Matter
"Have you gone to? Protests? Recently if you have. What have you seen I have not gone this year for a couple of reasons covid. I personally am very uncomfortable. Going out in the midst of the crisis. I don't WanNa. Be Quite honestly black and sick and Trans in a hospital with Kobe. I? Just don't want to put myself in that position. That's not wise. It's not a wise thing to do given the hostility of our medical system to transpeople given the hostility of our medical system to black people. It's just not a good trick. And for that same reason, being black and trends, and by chance woman. I don't want to have an experience with the cars for will state. That is to say that I don't want to have. Anything to do with. The the cars roll system because of its harsh, disproportionate and unfair and dehumanizing treatment of Trans People. I think thirdly you know there's a real question that I've been wrestling with that I wrote about recently. in a much larger sense of whether or not Black Trans Women in particular should show up. In this moment, shouting black lives matter when in so many ways we understand that within the black community. Our lives are treated as if they don't matter. And as if they're undisposable. And there are so many ways in which the grief and the frustration and the sheer rage that people feel. which people feeling now around the death of George Foy which are totally fair know. I felt last year when there was a string of murders of Black Trans Women, last June and into July in particular, they started in May. and it was a really dark painful time, and I remember going to protest at that time for those women who died and were murdered and wondering where everybody else was. And, so I kind of feel that everybody else gets shop in this moment, right that there really valid reasons why, as a by transforming I am not out on the street and is very valid. There's so many other people that are showing up in this moment which I wholeheartedly support. Yeah, when and part of what you wrote about in that piece that you're referencing is This video that emerged of the Trans woman named IANNA DR being attacked convenience store by a group of black men I guess the first question is were? Where were you when you first saw the video? And what was your reaction was at home. I was at home and I. Think i. read the description of what happened. And then I saw maybe five or seven I didn't see very much of it because. It's really hard to watch what I saw shocks me, and then I learned a little bit more on just through some things on my feet that it was in Minneapolis. And that really struck me. Write that on the first day of pride. Month was the day that she was beaten. Minneapolis Saint Paul. Where those very same people are out in the streets, have been out in the streets or are supportive of people on the streets, demanding black lives matter demanding that they be seen as human beings. could engage in amassed humanization of someone else. Who is back at the time without a second thought was. Deeply, enraging to me. Deeply, fattening and terribly shocking. And when I decided that I wanted to write something about it. I went online and I actually found the entire. There's an entire twenty minute clip of the entire. Affair as it were, and there was a carnival like fear before they decided to beat her up, they actually had cornered her essentially in the convenience store, and like literally a carnival atmosphere, both inside the convenience store in the parking lot after they were done taunting her for twenty minutes and like. There was something about it and that moment where she was not treated as a human being. And that really got to me. You wrote in your piece that. Recounting xactly, what happened to Yana in the video is important. And allow discussion about how much should describe violent incidents like these where it can be triggering for people. So. I guess my question is. Why do you think it's important to really talk about what happened in detail? I think the part of the video that often gets displayed is the last part of. The beating rights of the beating actually starts in the back of the store, and then they can move in a semi circle to the front, and that front part where she's bent over and people are are on her is what's been getting played online, but the entire thing that leads up to that I think underscores the depravity of the entire event, and that depravity is really important to understand because it underscores the way in which. Black Trans. People are seen. and. We collectively as people right as humans have to reckon with that depravity. We have to see it. We have to acknowledge it, and we had to ask really hard questions of ourselves about how and why and we can't prioritize the death of black men, and at the same time ignore an even encourage the death of black. Trans Women and somehow believe that we're going to build a just society for everyone yeah. I. Mean You know we're? We're in this sort of extraordinary moment. Where more people than ever are open to the conversation about police brutality against black people and also just general inequality that exists for black people in this country What do you think the barriers are to making sure that violence against Trans Women of Color is included in that conversation. Yeah, I think the barrier is people saying human beings rather than freaks or objects of entertainment or
Protesters topple another Confederate statue in Virginia state capital
"In Richmond Virginia last night the statue of Jefferson Davis was torn down the statue of the president of the confederacy was toppled shortly before eleven PM and was on the ground about eighty miles away in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded and then pulled down four statues that were part of a Confederate monument the crowd was frustrated by the Portsmouth city council's decision to put off moving the monument the death of George Floyd is prompted similar Confederate monument removals around the nation some people say the tributes inappropriately glorify people who led a rebellion that sought to uphold slavery others say the removal amounts to a racing history in Portsmouth Virginia a protester was hit in the head as that monument fell he was taken to the hospital and in Saint Paul Minnesota protesters tore down the statue of Christopher Columbus outside the state capitol and in our nation's capital house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for the removal of nearly a dozen Confederate statues from the halls of Congress
Confederate and Columbus statues toppled by US protesters
"Protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist the statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota a statue of Christopher Columbus has been
"saint paul" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Now to Saint Paul from my daily briefings many of you know the current situation you know about covert nineteen and you know there's a lot that we don't know about it you know about the actions we've taken to combat it and you know how these actions have disrupted your life many of you are out of work businesses large and smaller shuttered across the state the companionship we normally lean on to get through difficult times a hug from a grandparent Cup of coffee with a friend or just laughing with co workers those things are out of reach now vacant streets and deserted classrooms empty pews chairs stacked on empty restaurants graduations weddings and funerals postponed right at the time Minnesotans are usually putting away their shovels and snowblowers opening up their windows and emerging from their homes were bracing for a storm of epic proportions we're used to long winters in Minnesota we are resilient people with a deep reserve of courage optimism and graft but this will be a like a winner we've never seen before and as we've done for generations once the leaves fall off the trees and the sky turns cold and gray we prepare there's no stopping the storm of covert nineteen from hitting Minnesota but we are preparing for it we're building our hospital capacity so that we can ensure that when our neighbors are sick and need the care that they need they're able to get it we're increasing testing to better track this disease and we're increasing ventilators in ICU.
"saint paul" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"In Saint Paul of course if you just turn the radio on a may not of heard the news this morning earlier about three o'clock in the morning saying Paul educators began the strike and we want to get details Marco is right now market morning David good morning how you doing well we're just curious about what's going on today abba I know they're gonna press briefing this morning give us the latest as it stands right now saying ball from from outside of Cobo elementary in Saint Paul and they're out in full force for the educators who went on strike this morning I was told that negotiations kind of broke off at around three o'clock this morning the end of like forty five hours over the last four days that they've been negotiated and this has gone back about nine months both sides have been talking so as of now school is canceled in Saint Paul and they are marching throughout different schools outside right now they're all dressed in red with their picket signs that an energetic crowd this morning to say the least mark do we know what the sticking points are really right now what they're talking about is one of the top priority since more mental health supports in school that was something that got a lot of play yesterday at the state capitol a lot of people asking the state for mental health support and not in school so that's one of the big sticking points and also moral more multi lingual staff to help out the students across the the St Paul district thirty six thousand students that are being impacted by the strike today and really next paper the the president up STFU said they're ready to talk whenever the district's ready to talk so I think there are some both sides are willing to work together it's just a matter of when they'll work together Max okay so nothing scheduled at this point no nothing that's scheduled at this point next favor did say that that they are open to meeting whatever the the district is ready to talk with them now you're in the call more neighborhood you said is picketing taking place at all schools mark so I think there are different picket lines the routes actually the high school the como high schools right next to hear they merge the picket lines a little bit ago so that was kind of interesting to see all those individuals come together and now there are going down the sidewalk a little quieter where I'm at right now but they're gonna make a whole day of that from what it sounds like more conditionally I saw a note that said it was going to be a ten day strike correct yeah so I think it'll you know as I said earlier there wrote willing to talk so I mean this could go on as long as that as it's needed and we'll see how that kind of impact the students they did stay at the at the news briefing this morning that they don't want to be out on the picket line they want to be in school with the students but they need to make sure the students have those resources they're asking for before they can go back in those classrooms yeah it is apparent mark certainly it's going to be a scrambled today to find a place for the kids oh absolutely I think that's one of the biggest worries I think you are right now for both sides of you know what what's going to happen with the student's father out of school and again that as TSB's showing some remorse they they're there and they apologize for us you're all going on but you know they have to stick to their sticking points and make sure that the students to get what they need you know that's interesting too because now in the midst of the school announcements in this day and age a lot of times in the school might be canceled because of storms but they still have what they call online learning days you still actually going to be required to go to class and learn some things in the case of a strike certainly that wouldn't be the deal yeah correct I did ask somebody one of the the leaves here about how that impacts sort of the athletic side obviously girls state basketball tournament started a bar other extra curricular and from what I was told is that varsity athletics will still go as on as planned I don't think any same call teams are in the state tournament but still it adds extra components of a lot of these teachers you know they do coaching they do other things outside of DC yeah that's for sure Walmart will stay tuned I know that you're gonna get some updates are Pritchett the insight thank you yeah thank you Dave WCCO radio's mark fry on location in Saint Paul the teachers strike began this morning around as you heard mark say three A. M. W. C. shows morning news continues Dr Michael Osterholm will join us in the next half hour get the latest from the expert himself look forward to Mike show commentary coming up this next half hour on what's going on with that right now though I wanted to head over to business because the futures this morning are up R. W. Baird brings.
"saint paul" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of Saint Paul the word yet on his condition or that of a suspect also shot America is listening to fox news he's a box thirteen weather update this is chief meteorologist Joe we sell a pack cold temps again tonight we will drop into the mid and upper thirties across the fox thirteen viewing area and then tomorrow after a cold start things get a little bit better daytime high of fifty one under mostly sunny skies we have a lot of rain moving into the mid south later this week find out exactly when and where it arrives join good morning Memphis tomorrow morning beginning at four thirty from the box for studios in Los Angeles Garcia news from the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys have reportedly found their next head coach is Mike McCarthy who previously was head coach of the Packers he won a Super Bowl with Green Day in twenty eleven and compiled a record of what twenty five seventy seven two in thirteen seasons with the Packers made the playoffs nine times winning ten playoff games under former coach do security nine seasons the cowboys won just two playoff games college football Alabama star quarterback to a talk to a lawyer now to leave school early to enter the NFL draft is projected at first round pick is also coming up a dislocated hip that required surgery came off the bench as a freshman to rally Alabama to a win in the twenty seventeen national title game he finishes his college career with eighty seven touchdown passes just eleven interceptions in thirty two games in NBA action the spurs surprise the box one twenty six to one oh four wizards lock up the Celtics ninety to ninety four and bottom you could Dodgers triple double thirty points eleven words ten assists Mavericks with the bulls won eighty one ten members only logistics is now hiring forty new local delivery drivers to deliver Amazon packages in the greater Memphis area candidates must be self motivated over twenty one with a valid driver's license and able to pass a background check starting day is fifteen dollars nine a one five five two three nine five three or stop by their office Wednesdays and Saturdays only between ten AM and three PM forty four sixty six Elvis Presley Boulevard suite two oh to lease logistics now hiring drivers to deliver Amazon start your new year out right with a new copier from southern duplicating of Tennessee southern duplicating of Tennessee has been the document solutions and workflow experts for over fifteen years get a free pair of tickets to a game with our hometown professional basketball team with the purchase of a full size copier call now nine one seven seven nine thirty nine ninety two for more information that's nine a one seven seven nine thirty nine ninety two to take advantage of this great deal southern duplicating of Tennessee your service is our priority hi everybody I'm Jack Hanna it's always a boy growing up on a farm in Tennessee I've been fascinated with animals I'm not only all of their beauty kindness but also their times work ethic just look at the murders together supplies to build nests for swift foxes who work hard to provide for their young or payments the travel up to five hundred miles to secure food for their families or bush babies was impressive job.
"saint paul" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Let's start off this segment taking a call from him in Saint Paul welcome the program to him Hey are you doing all right well I have some serious opinions on old Franken yeah I've been a big follower of Saturday Night Live the wrist he started writing for a month the state road print ready for them always back in seventy five I think but you know most of most of the stuff that he wrote was somewhat blue I mean was the most it wasn't mostly poor you know it makes company sure yeah and my honest opinion it means that if they want to probably doesn't but I think the only reason that he resigned is because he didn't want to soil United States Senate that make any sense to you I have a hard time believing that there was some sort of principled noble intention that informed him resigning as opposed to him basically being told from his entire support network publicly and privately that it was something he was expected to do well yeah I did have what's his name you know Amy Schumer's uncle with his name hi who were section okay are they related seriously they're like cousins are second cousins that I that doesn't do anything for me in either direction thank for me either way got a lot for the day anyways Schumer did push him also that killed the brand on the news blast she really push to try to push him and yeah one I think you know we just heard the clip from her during the bottom the our news break and I tend to believe that she actually but she's sincere but she believes that she did the right thing for the right reasons well most politicians are pretty pretty sincere about things like that I agree with you either way if you made a mistake it's a politician's a mistake right the in terms of resigning yeah I guess so you think you should come back or now I don't know I mean I follow up a little bit but what's he doing now what's worth following now well he writes an occasional article or something there long winded but intelligent writer she all right I appreciate the company should thoughts Tim closing argument my name's Walter at ten twenty two stock eleven thirty one of three five FM streaming a twenties is talk dot com in your I heart radio app we're here eight to ten week nights we've been talking about the tendency the the apparent reality that we find ourselves in where in political entities political parties especially seem quite eager to abandon their espoused values when it is politically convenient to the two examples we pointed to was on the Republican side the most recent recent budget deal which kicks the physical can way way way down the road past the twenty twenty election with a limiting all spending caps in enabling the deficits and the debts to continue to explode and then on the democratic side to Tim's point we talked about al Franken and the fact that there are now these sort of post mortems taking place where people are asking the question of did we go too far in asking Frank to resign maybe he wasn't treated fairly maybe you should come back and run for something and both of these are examples of how a spouse principles and moral standards are cast aside the moment they become politically inconvenient and what I've suggested is that the reason why that's the case is because of the stakes of our political contest there's so much at stake because of the amount of institutional authority vested in various levels of government the government is capable of doing virtually anything to you it could destroy your life on a whim it could destroy entire industries entire businesses communities on a whim and all it needs is a political majority in a legislative body or or the the wrong nominee to administrative agency or whatever the case may be and up goes your rights in a puff of smoke and in that state in that state of affairs we find ourselves in a position where we can't afford to lose you know if you're if you're interested in politics you're following politics then you probably have this attitude which we've articulated here on the program of it being a war a battle of life and death that we cannot afford to lose because of the other side gets there the one ring if they get the power to dominate they're going to use it to destroy us or at the very least to make our way of life it untenable and that's that's not an acceptable place to be as though to my mind the solution to the problem is obvious destroy the one ring get rid of the power take the bullets out of the gun limit government limited and this is something that we are going to have to do as a people the elected officials and the bureaucrats the swamp is not going to do it for us this is why I'm increasingly interested in and open to the idea of a convention in the states to to do something with the constitution in in a limited and defined manner because it's it's strikes me as the only non violent paths to the kind of reform revolutionary reform that's going to be required in order to severely and strictly limit government to take those metaphorical boards on the gun in order to lower the stakes lower the temperature of the conversations that we're having in the the political space so that we can actually start to live together once again in in the only in the only state the only condition in which cooperation peace and harmony are possible which is liberty it is only in the state of liberty which is the condition where you can perceive confidently that you are not going to be molested or assaulted or injured or killed by your neighbor it's only under those circumstances that you can freely and vigorously pursue cooperation and trade and production and building and accumulating and chasing after values you know the compare and contrast the way things are portrayed in westerns right like the old west where a stranger there's a cloud of smoke on the horizon Anna strangers on a horse galloping towards the ranch how does the ranch owner reacts to the approach of the stranger why he goes and gets his shot gun right as he doesn't know who's coming towards us ranch he doesn't know what that person's intent is as you as the person approaching gets within earshot the first thing out of the ranch owners mouth is there identify yourself is it maybe maybe **** the gun right maybe make sure he knows that he's ready to use it he had the very least he brandishes at right serve the approaching stranger knows he's dealing with somebody who's armed and willing to use a weapon how is it that we don't find ourselves doing that on a regular basis when we go to walk her dog in our neighborhood like when you want when you walk your dog in the morning or a jogger what every routine is you ought to your mailbox to get the mail if you see a neighbor does any part of you sound an alarm which says Jeez I I should be armed right now or I should I better watch and see what he does he might attack me it doesn't even enter your mind it it could be a complete to forget your neighbor it could be a complete stranger whose jogging in the opposite direction and chances are the thought never even crosses your mind that they might be a threat why because relatively speaking not completely but relatively speaking we live in a condition of liberty whereby we know that the the state has been established laws establishing a forced in such a way that there's a reasonable expectation that people are properly incentivize and deterred from engaging in action which violates the rights of ourselves and others and so in that state of affairs you can take certain things for granted that's part of what peace and harmony and liberty is is the capacity to conduct your affairs with out a reasonable fear of being assaulted her being being harmed or stolen from and while we still enjoy that on that kind of inter personal level like when you go out to walk your dog are you going to get the mail you still enjoy that type of peace and harmony in your neighborhood on a national level on a state level dealing with each other politically we might as well be back in the old west it's it's who goes there there's a complete lack of trust it did everybody's brandishing their weapons and ready to fire because the stakes are incredibly high and the reason the stakes are incredibly high is because all of the guns are loaded the other was the state has this power to destroy our lives to reshape our world to keep us from being able to live our lives according to our own values and in that context everybody is on edge the only solution is to take away the state's power nevertheless in spite of that currently the momentum on the right nothing left right is to abandon liberty as an ideal and abandon those libertarian principles will talk about when we return six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing arguments Walter Johnson twenty new stock and one thirty one of three five FM twenty Disney stock dot com John Hendricks the problem John six John six damn problem Sean Hannity weekdays at two Twin Cities 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"saint paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Bradley show. Mytalk one zero seven one streaming live at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. Everything entertainment, Colleen, Lindstrom, Bradley trainer and there's a really good and mild defensive reason we're asking depends on where you sit, but a decidedly definitive ranking of the cities in every straight by twenty four seven Wall Street says Saint Paul is the worst city in Minnesota. Saint Paul the capital of Minnesota is also Minnesota's worst city. It's the capital of crap. The credit. Saint Paul slogan, Saint Paul crap. It'll say twenty four seven Wall Street created an index calling I don't know what it's four seven Wall Street is. But they probably go sound official right? They created index of over two dozen things. They looked at two different measures. And look, we could go into this and just have the conversation. What are they saying? I mean go read it. It's kind of silly. If you ask me, because as I was going through this list, they take every state, they run some numbers, and they say, people people, this is the worst state or city in your state, so in Alabama, it's a place called Bessemer. Everybody's heard how terrible Bessemer Alabama is Florida. What did you wanna guess, Florida's worst sitting? No. It's Florida city. You don't say population twelve thousand. Oh, have you been to Maine? No, do you know what the worst city in. Maine is now or no population nine thousand. Okay. And then somehow somehow they come to Minnesota and pick. Three hundred thousand plus Saint Paul Paul and name it as the worst. Now again, I could bore you with the details, essentially boils down to crime things like crime per capita. Medium home values poverty rates at cetera. But to me, I could there are like fifty different reasons. Why don't think this is probably a good list, and anything that people in Saint Paul should waste their time, thinking beyond what they're already concerned about as a city? Right. So I don't know that we can, we really need to pick this particular story that much, but, but they are looking at what makes us city the worst city and I feel like there are things we all hate about cities that make us go out like that place. Right. So, I feel like that to me is the better conversation to have because we all have opinions about what we don't like whether it's saying. Paul, or frankly, for that matter, Minneapolis, six one, six four one one, oh, seven one. What would be the quality that you would assess to determine whether something is the worst city what qualities make up a terrible city, what don't you hate it up in the morning and goes I wanna make a list of the worst places in the whole world also worse to such a subjective thing, because active is first of all best, I would say, I don't think it's fair to compare the crime rate in Saint Paul to the crime rate in Bessemer Arkansas. Right. Like. Such that it would, you know, again, it just doesn't seem like apples to apples. I think you could look at major metropolitan areas and say, you know, here the states were here. The cities within a state over certain size that have some issues to deal with. But nobody likes that everybody wants like this is the worst just yesterday. We had, I think Minneapolis show up on the best list of cities in the country like the third number three. I think it was. And then we were also like the worst the least sexy accent sounding accent. Time. I mean, does do you need to say it? Yeah. Apparently apparently idea, but back to where cities. Yes. So things, I think about, and by the way, six five one six four one one seven one to join the conversation. But one thing to me if I've visiting city and I go out like this place if it's not walkable. Yeah. If everything is too far apart, and there aren't safe places to walk you. That to me would be like, that's the worst city. I don't like that. If I have to drive everywhere in order to like see the city. Yeah. For sure. Yes. I hate having to drive from place to place for everything you want us to get my car. Sometimes you just wanna walk down the street, right? And just see what there is to see. We've got a caller. We've got Kim on the line. Hi, kim. So Cam, what qualities would you say would identify the worst city? Congestion. Out and out. They route and apple you know, they don't prepare their roads really. Well, that makes a relief Fathy experience. Right. Right. Thank you makes him. And I don't know much about Saint Paula than I you know, I lived there for a number of years, a long time ago. So in the nineties. So when I was a college student, so I didn't really pay attention to very much the part that I lived in was very pretty and nice and seems like a fun place. But as an adult living in the city of Minneapolis, I frequently shaking, my fist out the window on our local roadways, because, you know, she mentioned traffic and congestion, but I would say something as simple as potholes like to me. If you can't fill potholes, then like, I don't know why we're doing anything else. Right. Like fo- bad. That just seems like priority. No. But this series in a manner of speaking, because like your job as a city is like, let people move around, and you have a day to day interaction with the car when of age roads, metropolitan area. I should not have to, you know, feel my kidneys. On my way we write that down, that might be my favorite quote of yours ever in a major metropolitan area. I should not have to feel my kidneys on the way to work at it. Thank you. Thank you for that. What Bradley trainer? You know, I think what's most important is for the city of Saint Paul to know. We don't think you're the worst. No. I mean compared to Minneapolis Shur but, but that's because we live, because no well, I think if I lived in Saint Paul, I would say that, but, you know, I think a lot of people in Saint Paul are wanting to be seen right now. I want to see them. See though we Slough drive past you drive away for enjoy. You know, I love the area might you know my favorite now. The Minneapolis one the air. Yeah. Literally, that's the part that butts right up to Minneapolis right along the river, right there that we share right by the that we share their distance from the bridge to Minneapolis. Oh my gosh. All right. We that Saint Paul. They got a good fish to look at it. I, I see you Saint Paul. We love I acknowledge you your man. You don't know how to plow a dam road to save. I keep trying to leave it on a good note. And you keep going. Seriously, though, these roads gear I love you, Saint, Paul stop talking when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, we are going to do another Oprah level. Rich exercise a little fun experiment. I'm gonna ask Bradley to get into his Oprah level. Rich mind. Ask him a question. If you are Oprah level, rich would, you dot dot dot after this on mytalk one zero seven one seven one and big events? VHS field. We know too. That's why Thursday.
"saint paul" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Saint Paul business or leisure, Patrick right campus this morning on WCTC more Patrick good morning. Dave dick aims, the founder of a construction company. That's put its Mark on projects such as target field. US Bank stadium and the new sink curry crossing bridge has died. He was eighty nine. He died Wednesday in Scottsdale. Arizona where he had recently been hospitalized for pneumonia. Aims launched the company that would become aims construction in one thousand nine hundred sixty two with a single used bulldozer and steadily built it as an excavator and contractor for highway projects and other work. It's also been one of the largest contractors on high profile projects like US Bank stadium in the Saint Croix bridge aims construction ranked number thirty on the business journal's list of largest privately held companies in Minnesota with more than eight hundred twenty eight million dollars in revenue aims construction was also the sixth largest subcontractor on US Bank stadium receiving more than forty one million dollars for more on that story and other local business news, log onto M S P B J dot com. I'm Patrick Ray camp for the Minneapolis. Saint Paul business journal before we had to weather. I just wanna say dick was a longtime friend good friend, and we would talk quite a bit have lunch. We had our group with Thai coach Dutcher Jimmy, and and then dick, and we would do that like every couple of months and sit there for two and a half three hours. And he's just a regular guy met him. I didn't even know addicted. What became good friends and just always talk about being a farm boy and being out in the tractor and get ready for spring. Gimme heck if the weather was bad, and and we actually chatted talked on the phone on Monday. And so he's going to be missed. But I just I'm thankful that blessed to know the guy he was really for those of, you know, Newell, my, I know, you know, exactly the feeling, but if you didn't just trust me. He was an awesome guy. Eight forty traffic and weather coming up next.
"saint paul" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Quad flexes that were built in nineteen ten or nineteen fifteen that have good density lovely places to live right in those same neighborhoods that all of us wanna live in Saint Paul wants to support that promote it and relegalised it some of it was able to be built one hundred years ago and just with the changes in zoning that have happened decade after decade those living places we wouldn't be able to even build again. And so part of it's almost looking back to the historic way of doing things to allow better flexibility as as people living situations changes. All right. We're chatting with Karen Allen. She's a Saint Paul resident in a volunteer with neighbors for more neighbors and for 'em end. And is this. I guess the thing that has people. I think nervous is a fair assessment is the issue of more density, and for some people that that that's that's something that they welcome and could add to their neighborhood in their community. But other people are nervous about that. Yeah. All the time. Yeah. And what do you what do you say? What is obviously you're somebody looking at the at the affordable housing issue and talking about density. What do you tell people and what are some of the concerns or misconceptions? You feel about the issue of density. To me one of the one of the really big benefits of density. And and historically actually both our cities, I think are not near even the maximum population. They had decades ago. And so we haven't surpassed yet where I've city has been in the past. But if we think about density, what we're thinking about is people living in our cities, which is shopping at our at our stores eating at restaurants, paying taxes and supporting really, vibrant, growth and city services at all of us really want to take advantage of Saint Paul has a bit of a funding issue when you consider how many nonprofits existence Saint Paul, so hospitals, churches, universities schools, and the tax base really is how many people live in this awesome place. So if we are able to provide stable affordable housing, we're really increasing the tax base, and we're increasing for people to live here and contribute. Tar. Neighborhood, but changes super slow. So there's no there's not gonna be a wave of all these houses turning into overcrowded or overly dense areas. And that was one of Paul's thoughts was to focus on nodes that fear really organic to current residents. Right. And what what is what do you think is the biggest misconception about the whole issue of density and making sort of a denser housing stock? I think people are afraid of rising costs for one thing. A lot of really dense cities have rising costs. Whereas what we're planning on in what economic economists would say is that if you build enough housing supply to keep up with demand, then we'll actually keep prices in line. And so that's one of our goals is by building more access more housing units will be able to keep housing prices down. Right. But I I do feel though. In some areas, especially in downtown Minneapolis, which is really a thriving bustling community. You've got an awful lot of very expensive condos and apartments that are really pricey. Yes. I mean anything when you build a brand new is expensive. That's for sure. And so, you know, the best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. Second-best best time is today. And so if we're looking not, you know, not just for this year. But if we're looking twenty years out Saint Paul and twenty forty we have to start building that housing now. So that in twenty years, we have an even better supply of affordable housing, right? We're chatting with Karen Allen. She's a Saint Paul resident volunteers neighbors for more neighbors. We have to take a quick break. But I'd like to talk about keeping families in the trend of families deciding not to go to the suburbs anymore and to stay in the city's something is happening across the country. And obviously that's something that groups like neighbors for neighbors are hoping to promote as well..
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"Westbound between mounds and sixty one Saint Paul a four minute delay. If you're eastbound heaviest traffic is going to be west Saint Paul on fifty to between four ninety four in concord here. Traffic and weather together exclusively on WCTC. Oh, your next report at nine. Oh. Degree high today when we get that chance tomorrow thirty two and then warming up into the the beginning of. This is W W C C O HD, Minneapolis, Saint Paul. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's sentencing day for Michael Cohen, the president's former personal attorney correspondent, Paula Reid is at federal court in Manhattan will have the chance to address the court, and he is expected to use that opportunity to apologize. I his family looting. His father who is a holocaust survivor. And then he is expected to denounce President Trump and apologize to the American people for his participation in crimes that occurred before the election. Cohen pleaded guilty to tax evasion. Making illegal hush money payments on the president's behalf during the campaign and lying to congress. Police in France are still searching for the gunman who opened fire and killed at least two people at a Christmas market in Strasbourg. They say the suspect is a twenty nine year old man who lives in the city CBS is Roxana Saberi. He was also on.
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"Saint Paul. Dot. This is CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump puts in a last-minute plug for his supreme court nominee. Judge Cavanaugh will protect uphold and defend the constitution of the United States as Mr. Trump at a rally in Rochester. Minnesota in Phoenix. Anti cavenaugh protesters outside Jeff flakes office trying to convince the Senator to vote no on the nomination flake one of three swing Republicans who could tip the confirmation scale with their procedural vote to move forward expected today and a final confirmation tally likely late tomorrow, the nominee has penned a mayor COPA over his behavior in a Senate hearing CBS is Bill Rakoff on the Wall Street Journal piece writes in the op-ed that he was very emotional last Thursday more. So he writes than he has ever been. He said, quote, I might have been too emotional at times. I know my tone was sharp, and I said a few things I should not have said, I hope everyone can understand that. I was there is a son husband and dad, I testified with five people foremost in my mind, my mom, my dad, my wife, and most of all my daughter's the guessing game has reached a fever pitch over this year's Nobel Pri surprise with the announcement being made from Oslo Norway right now. The website odds checker ranks. North Korea's Kim Jong UN and South Korea's moon Jae in as most likely to win for signing a peace agreement that could lead to denuclearization. Odds checker puts President Trump in second place. If you're driving a late model, Prius almost two and a half million cars are being recalled CBS is Lucy craft from Tokyo said that in rare situations the cars could fail to switch to fail safe driving mode and stall out the company said no related accidents have been reported the recall covers Prius and Auras models made from October two thousand eight to November two thousand fourteen September jobs report comes out later this morning CBS news business analyst, Jill Schlesinger is looking for a slight dip rate should edged down by a tenth of a percent to three point eight percent. That would match an eighteen year. Low reached last may superstar performer apologizes for a controversial tweets that midler called women the N word of the world raped. Beaten, enslaved the most disrespected creatures on earth. She's deleted the tweet explaining she fired it off in anger over the Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination. Without considering her choice of words would be enraging. Two black women who suffer doubly by being women. And by being black s and p futures.
"saint paul" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"She was hurt chicken liver Donut thing, the Paris breast was on the cover of food and wine magazine. That's how good chickeny doughnuts situation that you find a grand cafe is. If you've never been. Grand cafe that might be because thirty eight th street bridge has been closed for a really long time making Jamie Malone's restaurant into a little bit of an island. But thirtieth street bridge is open. So you can navigate south Minneapolis somewhat freely somewhat. If you're not counting thirty five. But, you know, you're you're strong work your way around that. I am really excited to have Jamie on the show. I thought I'd Hanner on before. But apparently, not Jamie, welcome. Thank you so much for having me. All right. So we got to know all things. So you. We should we start with should we start with? What was it like to be on the cover others, go that people want to know, what was it like to be on the cover because you knew before everybody did I well, I knew before but only by accident what they don't tell you. And so I had known for a while that we were gonna get best new restaurant. Which was I mean, your limbs just gone on it. So exciting. And then I got mistaken Email, and so I saw that the Paris brass was going to be on the cover a few weeks early. They make you wait until it hit the mail boxes. Really? And then you just having a su- NAMI of people coming in and just being like give me that. Yeah. The chef who works at station is like prepping like two hundred donuts night guy. All right. So tell so tell the world before you were a cover saw how did your your your local your homegrown? You're you've had your really from here. Tell us about your life. Where are you? Where are you? Grow up. Miss Jamie Malone. I grew up in north Saint Paul, and I grew up in a family that we eat dinner every night. My dad was kind of the home cook. And he was actually an economist. And he had always wished that. He was chef. So he he played that out a lot at home. So that was something we did together was an economist. Yep. We're how he worked for the department of revenue for the state of Minnesota. He led me Malone. My dad was an economist never met anyone in the history of mankind. Besides my brother and sister who had an economist for a father. That's nuts. Let's talk about the interest rates. So you grew up cooking at home in north Saint Paul, which is not west Saint Paul or south Saint Paul or any of those things of nursing Paul and what kind of stuff did your dad make oh, he made everything. So he was very experimental in the kitchen. So there were really great things. And then there were really weird things. I remember the famous the famous salmon love that he got really into making which I mean, I don't know is the nineties so he probably saw it somewhere. But it was made with salmon. Yeah. My mom used to make like a salmon croquettes as like a thing they were there like salmon burgers from cancer. He tried. But then there are some amazing things chicken Marsala. And I mean every Sunday it was like the stove was fall. And we're baking Brad said how fun really cool. Yeah. And so that is and that's what were your things. What were you the Baker? Then. I we we baked bread together. And we just we would just kind of come up with new things that we wanted to make and one of the other things that we would do on Saturdays is go eat at different restaurants. So Kramar checks was a big wine and just kind of finding all the special places in the city that made us feel superior to everyone because we knew about them in other people didn't checks one of the greatest secrets of the. Anybody if you've never been a crime check in northeast, Minneapolis. It is a treasure. It is gigantic. It is a wonderful place you'd go get some goulash. I love that's my that's one of the things I walk in. I see everything they have. And then I have to get the goulash. It's so good. But yeah. Next time, you're in there, and you see small children running around you could be on the cover of food and twenty five years. I could be you. So you were one of the things I think is interesting about your career is that a lot of charming young women such as yourself get into a restaurant like the big money's in serving. I should go where the money is I need money because I live in the world in UN ensue serving. But then you kinda backed out of it. Tell me about that, you know, did go into serving. And it was when I decided that I wanted to be a chef, obviously, the first thing I did was get a job at a restaurant and go to culinary school. But I made this map for myself. And I wanted to do everything that there was to do in a restaurant. And I wanted to work at all different kinds of restaurants, high volume small learn everything that I could know about this map. I'm learning. I haven't asked when you put your map together twenty twenty. And so was like butchery and fish all of that was on there. And I wanted to work in a corporate restaurant and learn all the systems that make those restaurants successful that aren't really glamorous. But they make a business run. I never did that. But no. So I I wound up serving and also it helped pay for culinary school. I mean, it's it's good money. But I think more importantly is it really taught me to truly understand diners and have empathy for diners from a standpoint that's different than the kitchen when you're interacting with a diner. It it really changes your mind set on on what you're doing as, you know. You know, someone cooking food. Oh, interesting. So would you say that all the young chefs are young aspirants out there that that would be absolutely? Yeah. And you learned understand how servers work and what's important for servers. I mean, the restaurant we can cook the greatest suit in the world. But if the servers aren't serving it with love and care and respect, and you know. No proper steps of service people can't enjoy that food as much as we want them to. So it's really important that as chef we learn how to work with from the house so that we're creating experience together. And so I know that this has been a big part of your focus since you open grand cafe is trying to to to make the entire experience cohesive. Yes. Yeah. It's I mean, I think I think obviously foods incredibly important. But I think how you feel restaurant Trump's the food. I think so though, that's as a become very elderly here. You know, what really stands out to me? Most of all is the details of the cooking are important. But the feeling that you're somewhere that you're somewhere that matters. You're somewhere distinct that you're somewhere that wants you that that overrules everything. Yeah. Absolutely. And so what have you been doing a grand cafe? So we should I guess I I don't want to give short shrift your cooking. So let's kind of circle back to the fact that you are cooking in this French idiom, very beautifully. So we'll circle back to that. But first, let's kind of talk about how what steps have you taken. What are you doing to give grand? Cafe that feel that kinda thing that you can't quite put your finger on? Yeah. We we pay a ton of attention to all of the steps of service and not done a lot to get people actual human beings. Like, this is some women that you've hired that has been a big faces up. I wish you could see her. Thanks mile. So tell me about that. By GM. Her name is Nikki cocker, and she's incredible. And goofy and weird and she comes from a background of running surgery centers. So she doesn't have restaurant experience surgery centers. But she's got some high stakes. I mean, she can be organized. It's crazy. But she's got hospitality. She understands how to take care of people and disarm them and make them feel comfortable and welcome because she's doing that for people who are going into surgery. So her perspective is really important to me. And we just work a lot on. Every step back from you. When you walk in the door too. When you leave, you know, we think about the way we phrase questions and the way we're setting down silverware. And I think in we think about also in the context of the grand cafe because this is a place that is inviting you have intimate experience. You don't want a server spilling too long or you don't want. You don't too much activity at the table. You don't wanna be asked a lot of questions you just kind of want to be left to have your experience. So we were really hard. How can we pamper? How can we personalize? How can we make you feel really special, but still sort of stay out of your way a little bit? Yeah. That is that's a it is a fine line. And I know you don't like when when people are asking the female chefs, how female female, but same way, I don't really feel like how'd you get to be such a great female writer? It's like that's not what I'm doing here. I'm just expressing myself. But then on the other hand there are times in my career. When all of a sudden, I start putting a cliche box of being a woman. I don't like it or a managed in a way that I find offensive or you know, like the people I have interactions with her gross a terrible. And so even though that's not what I want to deal with. I do have to deal with it sometimes. And I know that you're in the Saint you've been on the same road like finding the the management style, and the people around you to allow you to be you journey has been a journey. Yeah. And I think that I have tried to. Kind of ignore a lot of that stuff. And then you know, it just keeps popping up and you keep learning how to deal with it. And I think what's been important to me is exactly what you said. To learn how to do this in my way, and not let the traits that some people may consider feminine or or whatever. To not to not shy away from those traits. And then to encourage the women around me to do the same. I mean, you know, I was talking about Nikki as one of the women on my team. But the other the other leader of the restaurant is Brit Saint Clair, and she's our chef de cuisine, and she is amazing and commanding, and so talented and so organized and just fierce. But she is sweet, and she's deferential, and she's got a quietness who are in a columnist to her. And it's definitely not like a masculine way of running a kitchen that were sort of used to seeing but is so effective, and it's so amazing to watch. And so we have a few of these very powerful female centered. Kitchens in the twin cities women centered kitchens spoon river with brand new Langton and her chef de cuisine who I'm drawing a blank on. But amazing woman who's been there for.
"saint paul" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The table Joins my Only goodness kinds A reading from the letter of Saint Paul to the patients Brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus you who wants for far off had become. Near by the blood of Christ for he is our peace he who made both one, and broke down the dividing wall of emnity through his flesh abolishing the law with. Its commandments and legal claims that he might, create in himself one new person in place of the two thus establishing peace and might reconcile both with God in one body through the cross pudding that immunity to death by it He. Came in preach peace to you who were, far off in peace to those who were near for through him we both have access in one spirit to the father The word of the Lord.
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"A bunch of conservatives or in st paul's not overrun by exclusively white people all the gop who police they issued a travel warning for anyone who wasn't white because of the saint paul police department and door the saintpaul police k9 units their travel alert went on to say the saint paul pd is the deadliest department in in a state of minnesota okay if you issued a warning because there was a police department that was the most dangerous police department in america it has a little more weight it's still ridiculous but you could say i realize of the most dangerous in america they're are the most dangerous in the state of minnesota here's the thing about the state of minnesota the state of minnesota is not overrun with metropolitan areas it's not i mean there's a couple of big ones minneapolis st paul duluth places like this but it's not like california where you have a bunch of major metropolitan areas meaning if you're one of the few metropolitan areas the bigger cities wanted them is going to be the most quote unquote dangerous or deadly department in that state is what they're saying is out of like i'll five or six in the entire state st paul is the worst okay why because of the police department it's the deadliest now beating go in the specifics of who the police department has killed it know not every statistic did they say will that person to this map person to this they are the right and i should have used adly force in those circumstances it the equivalent of whenever there is a gun crime when they pad the statistics to include any anybody he killed with a gun because they were firing at a police officer in the officer shot bab or anybody killed at the gun by a police officer when the cop was stopping them from raping her murdering somebody same type of thing here so it warns that the saint paul police department is being the deadliest in the state of minneapolis minnesota if his african americans and other people of color are especially at risk there are alert goes on to say states and this is what's interesting big quote the u n special report on extrajudicial summary or artery summary or arbitrary executions so they're quoting the un here not part of us law they right states are required to respect and protect the right of life the.
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"A reading from the letter of saint paul to titus beloved the grace of god has appeared saving all and training us to reject godless ways and worldly desires and to live temperately justly and devoutly in this age as we await the blessed hope the appearance of the glory of our great guide and savior jesus christ who gave himself for us to deliver us from all lawlessness and to cleanse for himself a people as his own eager to do what is good the word of the lord the lord be with you a reading from the holy gospel according to luke.
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"Ninety minutes earlier wwe man m nine years old alewine saying gush she is my mother some times it gets very busy flag i might be in the middle of washing the protests that i have so light go wash my hands and take the warriors and then i have to go back latvians and finished a proud citizen until now i have to go back year take the waters and then it just goes back and forth back and forth back worth again from would you describe uber quicker personnel conversions she is very sweet she's mary determined to get things done ganz what do you think is the most important worsening who've learned about what mindless wiring lesson is um mm hmm so we are here on beautiful st paul street the twenty four hundred black right off its plenty fits streets i just got often work at grind house shoes at 24 thirty one st paul's street and getting ready to place a red black and green yarn bombs here on the hole and i specifically chose red black and green because this stretch of saint paul street from tara cathay down several businesses past us are all black on businesses on this particular side of the street so using the right blacking green is representative of what we've now nicknamed black wall street karabakh lauren bird yarn bombing m is essentially seeing yarn out in public somewhere where he wouldn't typically see yard i saw these metal light poles and felt like they would be an awesome police to ads on color and add some fabric what you do is kind of a combination between street are emitting yes so correction its crochet.
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