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"sault" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:16 min | 7 months ago

"sault" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Earlier and never really managed any national breakout hits but it was interesting because later there was one of those compilation albums of Babs Tino meets barber Chandler And I like barber Chandler I liked her version of it hurts to be 16 better than the hit but in any event the quality on it was so bad at one great but she had you know over half a dozen short records not only on Catholic as their first one was on cameo Mahani bun in 1957 All right so we will get to Stephanie two but right now we're totally in Marcus hook and Leah asked about the Dixie highway All right I know about this actually Okay I asked because when I lived in Beloit my father told me that the Dixie highway that was employee went all the way to Florida Is that true Well yes but you have to understand what the Dixie highway is Now this goes back to cars first starting out and in the turn of the last century they had something called a national auto trail and it would be like a road like the Lincoln highway was part of that That'd be like New York to San Francisco or Montreal to Miami things like that Well in any event here comes the Dixie highway It's not a highway in the sense of U.S. one or something like that is It is a network of connected paved roads because it returned 1915 when it started And at that point there is very little paved road So much like the Lincoln highway it was Carl Fisher You got to know about Carl Fisher He was a big time businessman a big time Florida investor He wanted nothing more than traffic to come to Florida So he did a lot of underwriting of this and initially the federal government was not really involved and he was also involved with the Lincoln highway So he was a pretty big guy Little by little the U.S. government started to put some money on it and then ultimately they came up with the U.S. route system And some were state roads and some were federal roads but Dixie highway was a part of many of them Now there were two roots The western routes was Chicago to Miami by a danville and Bedford Indiana and Louisville in E town and Bowling Green and Nashville Chattanooga You know through Atlanta making and all that Well then the eastern part took a slightly different route It actually started at sault saint Marie Michigan and it ran through sagging on and Detroit and Toledo and Cincinnati and all that And so you can look at it today and see where current roads like root two or mackinac trail or whatever are what Dixie highway was In some cities and areas they would name the root Dixie highway And in a few places that's remained like for instance in Louisville through lively shyly Dixie highway or in Miami Dixie highway and there's several of them but it's not one road and you can see the map of where where they go And you can you know you can see exactly how the roots are and the reason they're kind of you'll look at them and they're convoluted And that's because it's not one road But I went all the way down to Miami and the idea was to connect the Midwest to Miami Oh that's cool Yeah yeah When there wasn't that much paved travel this was this was a wonderful idea And like I said Carl Fisher who owned so much a South Florida and from Palm Beach Chun down he got together with a bunch of people I think it was in Chattanooga around 1914 and said we got to do this We're going to lay out a route from Chicago to Miami Of course at that point some of it wasn't paved at all It would have to be paved some of it was so that's why Chicago to danville then to Indianapolis then it split and all that And 31 W and in Kentucky is still the original Dixie highway and there are other places you can see that as well A lot of it became U.S. 25 which was a federal highway and that would be like through the Carolinas and I 75 took a lot of it you know the Susan Marie to Miami wrote a lot of that as I 75 now So if you walk around the door and you see this nothing little intersection with the Dixie hour you think oh that's weird Okay Exactly And it's a red and white big D H is the way the highways used to be named but they'd have the DA DH for Dixie highway but then they would also have whatever name of the highway was at the time because like I say it was just an amalgamation of established roots Oh that is so cool Now what about route 66 Does that not exist anymore No it doesn't for the most part Parts of historic 66 still do mostly that I 40 and I 55 You can find a little bit where you can get off and still see the route but like for instance if you're looking at 66 in Arizona and let's say you're in Winslow well there'll be a sign historic route 66 and you'll it's basically just like a little loop back to I 40 and you'll see the same thing in flag staff or Williams you know so barstow in California all the places where it went So there's little pieces of it but there's nothing and hopefully a trucker will correct me if I'm wrong but there's nothing of it that would be considered a usable route You know it would be more like it goes through downtown of these small little bergs Like they don't have the roadside attractions anymore Well not by the roadside Now there's always roadside attractions God knows the thing is still there although done But you know what usually what happens to when you see historic route 65 is there's going to be some motels and a diner.

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"sault" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"sault" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"To check social media the news etc is telling me that i'm trying to run distract and hide. I need to face the anxiety action for you. When you're feeling anxious. What ways do you run away. See if you can stay with the fields to four emotional sift. This is a phrase. I used to describe getting to the bottom of what's really going on. We don't need to do this when things are wrong. In fact i suggested doing it when things are right but after a weekend. I have some emotional things to unpack so at some point. I need to sit down. Get quiet grab a journal and let it out action for you. Grab a journal led a brain up in sault. Just right. don't hold back. Don't judge and don't worry about anyone ever seeing it. In fact crumble it up and throw it out after if you wish thing five breathe. The first thing we do is stop breathing. When we're stressed in the labor class that i'm taking and practicing one of the skills we learn as balloon breathing and anyone can do it so action for you breathe in through your nose and let your belly expand as if a balloon is inside. Exhale and imagine the balloon deflating as air leaves through your nose thing six nature. Get out there. If you can feel the bear grass smell. The flowers walk without headphones. Nature is my greatest healer and yet it is so forgotten. When i get caught up in all the business action for you. Pick five minutes in any one thing that you can do to ground yourself now. Having spent the first half of monday working through most of these suggestions. I can tell you that my aunt is still here and i'm not at full peace but that is perfectly okay. I continue to hone and practice these self-care methods even though they don't cure me forever. I don't do these things for the result. I do them because learning how to react differently to our feelings not cure them is what true wellness is about all right. So that concludes lisa's newsletter. There and i just thought it might be helpful for any of you. That may be woke up with some an z. This week as lisa likes to call anxiety and z. I like that and speaking of an this is someone's real name. And i thought i would just throw out there since i co host outweigh with lisa. Our latest episode. We had a guest story featuring an outweigh listener named and the episode is titled. All i ever cared about was wait and an has been dieting. Since she was eight years old and in this episode she opens up about how dieting impacted or self esteem led to binge eating and her constant quest to lose weight she also shares. How a doctor created diet plan was the worst thing that she ever did and how she broke free from diet culture so if you would like to listen to an story i highly encourage you to go over to the outweigh podcast. Once you're done listening to this or you've got some other free time and you listen to ann's story i think you'll enjoy it. And then of course you can subscribe to outweigh and every saturday. A new episode will load up into your feed and we keep him short there about thirty minutes or less but it could be that dose of encouragement support that you need if you're trying to also recover from any disordered eating or an eating disorder so that's outweigh and then lisa podcast again. It's called the trickiest life and then her. Instagram is at lisa hayme which is l. a. s. h. a. y. m. If you want to give her a follow okay so apparently making to do less before bed might help you fall asleep. I saw this article. And i thought it was worth sharing because hey we're always looking for different ways to help get a good night's rest and here's the story. It's from best life online and it says lots of us watch. Tv before bed but research shows that are late night. Television viewing can keep us from getting to sleep because it stimulates.

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"sault" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Frank Beckman show he's the goat he's our greatest of all time gets to and we don't have any reservations about saying that right now let's pause and check traffic and weather first we get data Clark on duty this report is brought to you by unbound dot org right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org two seventy five northbound at mile collision blocks a leftist side of that exit ramp and fifty nine west bound between grass shouldn't hiding right this is in Clinton township slow moving maintenance vehicle has a left lane closed at midday construction until three PM this afternoon now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel a bit of rain scattered around as we head through this morning periods of rain in the forecast gusty winds at times today sixty two overnight tonight the rain showers leftover breezy fifty light rain tomorrow morning still some lingering showers tomorrow afternoon fifty seven from the weather channel meteorologist restated on news talk seven sixteen WJAR the following is a special activation of the emergency alert system for an amber alert in our area all all this is an emergency message from Chippewa county central dispatch in regard to a missing special needs child in the city of Saint Marie please be on the lookout for a missing thirteen year old female in the city of Sault Saint Marie with special.

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"sault" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"And then I got a call from my agent Steve Bartlett and he said do not sign anything he goes. I got the Rangers negotiating against themselves. 'cause Dallas had made their offer and we were already clear where they were going to be. And Somehow Steve had the rangers thinking there was more teams involved. I'm not really sure how that worked and I ended up with a deal For four years for about forty percent more than Dallas was was offering so it was a at like I was going to sign in Dallas as it turned out I signed with the Rangers. I played fifty five or six games. I got traded to La Dallas won the Stanley Cup in two years. But Yeah you Steve. Bartlett are still good buddies. All Stephen Forget nor forgive and forget he made enrich percent more. I mean my part of that away rights this segment brought to you by Zukerman Law. So you're a beauty all right two more and this one's Ryan Harnden nineteen and if you don't know Ray Rant Ryan Harnden is part of Brad Jacobs curling team. I mean these guys are off the charts good he's asking. We'll dregs. Sunray attend the team. Jacob Celebrity Golf Classic in Sault Sainte Marie this summer. If yeah if it's if that's what we're doing yeah we can do that but I went. Last year Doug Gilmour. Tessa was there an. I'm a great collection Athletes celebrities. We add a blast. They treat. Well let's hope they get. Let's get. Let's hope they get to have the tournament agreed and then absolutely we can We can put her on the calendar. My calendar is pretty empty. Yeah well it may not be. I mean again God willing. There's containment of the virus and if if the National Hockey League's in the postseason. I think the tournaments July twenty third off top my head. If I'm wrong I apologize but it's in July so if we're busy with the postseason than that's a good thing now what would they think of your curling ability? Well I think they'd be surprised that the fact that I'm better than they would think I would be well better than you think you like it. Do they think you're hopeless. And you're terrible. We've never discussed it. Maybe we have but Wayne Madonna. Who is again a very famous curler? I once curled either whitmer against some charity event. This going back ten fifteen years ago and I'm an old talks a Scotsman slider right and he was surprised so I haven't curled in twenty years or so so maybe I'm your. Your skills are probably deteriorate. It's just stay in retirement last question and I guess it's more directed to me whacked. Oh I can't even say this. Get through this one. Well I can. I can ask the question but I can't read the well. I guess I can. The guys twitter handle is wax on wax. Thirty eight BR KARATE KID REFERENCE RIGHT ANYWAY. He says looking to buy a small home in a small town insys. Katuala to retire in about seven years. He's asking should I find a place closer to Saskatoon or Regina outside chats? I may go with a small town in Alberta but the prices in Saskatchewan or unreal. Right now I live in Surrey B C and don't want to live anywhere near here come retirement. Thanks and I happened a little bit about this right I do I do. I mean just you do. You should actually my family and I were looking probably about a year or so ago. At some property in Saskatoon there's a Nice Lake Lake of the prairies. It's on the Manitoba side of the border right so it. It's it's right there. It's a statue in. Then it's the lake in. Its Manitoba so I would say that this person anywhere near Lake of the prairies as pure gold. You have anything to contribute on sketch. I have nothing that I can add on schedule in real estate at that particular time. All right we're going to wrap up episode twenty two trying times but we ask for your feedback on the podcast and what you want to hear. More or less I feel like ask Ray and drags anything. Ray is likely going to continue. I think why didn't get Sean what this I think it should and And I think we can expand it. Hell it could be almost a full episode. Just get the questions in and we'll answer them..

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"sault" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Nineteen thirty eight we go to barber in Sault Saint Marie Michigan Hey Barbara eighty one years old and going strong happy new year thank yell great guy out of the sun and the moon in Leo which is you can't keep this down I'm one of them okay what did you want to know barber the next year it's what allows Hauser you're gonna be yeah I would say on the whole it's been a little bit difficult this here for you as Saturn has squared Saturn it is definitely going to improve the only time I would be a little bit cautious would be the month of March because you're Pluto is being opposed by all these Capricorn planets but once you get into the spring of the year in April may June you're gonna have a whole re new Wilson doors are opening up for you it's it's going to be much more positive many follow up question their barb go ahead what the moving your next year too many any movies coming up she's a she's way opted sue St Marie Michigan okay okay let me think our own I would not put my money on that right now because at the end of this year you really need to give yourself a chance to think about that in may be thinking more about that moving into twenty twenty one and this year right bar good like you guys Linda's website by the way is soothsayer dot com that too was linked up it coast to coast AM dot com then word of people get your books Linda thank god it might say she said that to the se R. S. O. O. T. H. E. S. A. Y. E. R. go into my website and click on the pictures to the box and you'll get right to Amazon you could buy the books from there are you excited about twenty twenty Linda I am I am excited about twenty twenty I just think it's gonna be a year of revelation we we made it's going to be at times beginning at the twenty twenties while we're going to I think they have problems we need to say and and there and come up with solutions things that I have seen so many of us because of the powerful people in control because of the environment is crashing and burning everything so many people have kind of given up on that you manage the and if given up on the teachers are well paid my bills and have my is it better stay away it should forget about all the rest they're going it seems to work as a change on that score I think it once we get past these projections if there's good especially the young people I eat these millennials and young people just coming out with solutions and issues are grand children come to see us and they are into the consciousness movement that my husband and I were in back in the nineteen seventies beer troll and psychic development these youngsters are coming to us and say we want to know about that we want to open these doors we want to be more than what we have been dealt we want to save this world we want to do the things that are necessary that we are having all night conversations with our wonderful grand kids and their boyfriends and girlfriends and everything else well not gonna tell you you keep your attitude because I think it's fantastic Linda Sherman and again our website late topic.

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"sault" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on No Agenda

"GONNA twice as Battle League. So that's a real concern. The state has been heating the case for the expansion and the arguments against against this is life for humans. We can't eliminate all risk one of those objecting with Sault tribe and the native Americans from standing rock there. What he's heightened and by a leak at the nearby keystone pipeline I thought it was funny to Keystone Pipeline Blind this famous keystone Brung elite? Oh no this would be top of the news otherwise this would be top of the news. Amy would be there onsite back in the day. That's right now they don't even care. It's like one of these things. It was a passing assing. Fancy so we were Buffalo. D- yeah we were thinking that this was a big deal when these poor India's busted thought all grey we gotta May we can put you know we once said court order changed and now they're trying to do do other things they don't even want to cover it. This is not covered in this country at all story. Well we have a very similar story going on here here in in Texas it right above Austin or acts basically through Austin's turf There WANNA run a pipeline blind underground and I believe this will be a natural gas pipeline. And it's running through this. You know this very porous rock that we have and if a if feliks brings there then of course we'll all be underwater. We'll all die from gas poisoning. I don't know but it's another one of these things that there is just no no news report but honestly ain't everything that calls itself if you have news in the title of your channel. You're probably not news or your program. None of this is news. It's it's Activists posing as journalists or something like that on all every news organization. It's ridiculous yes. And here's what we get from democracy. Now who'd normally be air on the site now. They're doing stories like this. This is I want you to just listen to the stories doors. Got Nothing to do with trump. But they put a little trump dig in any way. Walmart Reopens Paso Texas the Walmart Store. Where white nationalist nationalist gunmen killed? Twenty two people three months ago reopened on Thursday the alleged killer published an online manifesto moments before the August third hurt attack echoing president trump's rhetoric about an invasion of Man jeeze that is just shameful at is well almost as shameful. What the BBC did we had our producer from from Holland Ono who was talking about his His cousin Was it two of his family members that died in the M H seventeen plane that was shot down over Ukraine. which we speculated there's a lot of different ways this could have gone but they keep coming out with a report but it's not really report? We don't really have the black box information where we do. But you can't see it and now he's one of the family members in Holland who are supposed to be satisfied by the reporting and the reports that the jit the joint investigation team provides an no one's buying it and it's not satisfactory to anybody is very impactful. You get two hundred fifty people mainly Dutch who died. It's a lot of people that are affected affected by that so belling cat the crowd. Funded spook outfit who who have cracked the case based on Internet reporting and pictures belling cat question mark on needs to see for some reason till they obtained the phone calls that we've heard we've heard these guys talking on the phone back and forth. You've probably heard this a long time ago. Will now the belling cat claim is that these were these. These calls were made unencrypted phones which were only available to the FSB the follow up to the KGB Arrigo. It had to be the Russians who are giving the go-ahead to the Ukrainian rebels to shoot down m h seventeen and the BBC picked this up. I won't play the interview with with belling. Cat is just too long. But it's really he said. Odds is great that someone hacked the encryption on these phones. Yeah I believe believe that right away and the BBC took the ball ran with it and they created a dramatized English version of the call just to make sure you believe the belling cat evidence. It was the worst single incident of the war in eastern Ukraine. The shooting down of flight. Seventeen in twenty fourteen all two hundred and nine hundred passes two hundred ninety eight passengers and crew on board the aircraft from abstained. Qualifer were killed ever since an international national team of investigators have been examining how the missile can't be fired and who was responsible older way up the chain of command today. There was a significant development development. The investigators released recordings and transcripts of intercepted telephone calls which points to close links between very senior Russian officials and the rebels accused of firing during the missile which brought the plane down. We've voiced up. An expert of warm is from the first of July twenty fourteen sixteen days before emmys seventeen shut down in this conversation you can hear a member of the separatist militants. self-declared Donyetsk People's Republic telling a local commander that men are coming with a mandate from show. You say Geisha we can was and still is Russia's Ministry of Defence Lewd Utah founded. How shall I put it? They're not local from the north. I don't talk to. The locals is up up to get in touch with them as the commandment of McKay of very much like to know. What the we're moving towards your with moving towards unity of command armed people with a mandate from show who have been coming here and kicking all the local warlords units he will then people from Moscow will take charge? This does not apply to McKay after talking to you telling me this I don't care about. I need to know one thing when this happens the reporter you reported administer defense. I wish one. The Minister of Defense of the DP are along commander in Chief Borough Day as defense minister. What about still go? Defense Minister of the commander in chief like like a president or a prime minister the way it is in other countries around Russia has been swift to responsible this. The foreign a ministry spokeswoman Maria Zaccaria questioned the very old sense authenticity of the recordings government. The verdict the ruling was made right at the very beginning old followed with nothing but shoehorning materials to support the chosen tactic of accusations by the group. You mentioned Chint. So I guess the call came out originally just wasn't impactful enough. The translation is correct reliably informed from many of our agents at center at the center. Are you telling me that what we heard was a reenactment of the call s with with with cussing beep leafed out he can make it famous other actually doing it. Yes exactly this is really not. This is not journalism. Of course. It's not not it's Hollywood. Show business I know it and BBC. It's like oh you didn't you. You have to understand understand people. This is the call we want you to focus on okay. We'll have people reenacted for you then bizarre but I think you're right whatever it is it's not journalism the show must donate.

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"sault" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"We pick you up whenever we pick you up and then take your I don't either radio station to do it all on a hundred percent ready to do it all myself this is a this is a an L. O. D. exclusive event yeah like you will be just way to say thank you very much for keeping me here so that I can use my position to help other people and to provide for my family obviously it just means a lot to me that I'm able to stay here and I'd like to be able to show some of that appreciation with a skating party it's just there are certain obstacles that are proving to be bigger than hurdles but not quite as big as mountains so we'll get there think of blues doing bad things to people did you happen to see V. dash cam of that former child protective services supervisor from analysis she got pulled over in the afternoon and she tried to get that special privilege from cop to cop man try to get like a pass and they've got the dash cam AC super attractive but be what she's asking this cop to do is is pretty repulsive check this out as from by ABC action news in more questions after being arrested for allegedly driving drunk she has since been fired but it's what she did on camera during the arrest that is now at the center of a criminal case against her tonight is all results breaking this story obtaining the new dashcam video county Debbie Sault Samantha chronic right here in the area of US nineteen year countryside mall abroad you're crazy if you drive on US nineteen sober I was driving that road last week because I was stopping to see Fran Haas before I came to work that is one insane stretch of roadway when you're not drunk to drive this road in me appreciated that takes a special level of malice and ignorance and especially if you are tasked with using your discretion and judgment to affect children and families you can't be do adviser does show her blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit this dash cam footage obtained by ABC action news shows the reason deputy suspected Samantha chronic of driving drunk already one of our child protection supervisor for the Pinellas county sheriff's office admits she just came from a bar.

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"sault" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"sault" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Time here at dispaced gnomes what the hell's that there's a lot of distractions here. This is what we get for having a podcast in the woods. We apologize <hes> head of time for the wind noise <hes> alley. We'd like to control everything but i don't have control of the wind. You know who does gnomes of course i so. I think that the lower forty eight needs along multiday ultra marathon fat hat bike race we have we have the place to do it. I want. I want to see like somebody like todd. Pokot and somebody like doc. Whoever is the runs the fat bike berkey and maybe whoever is the arrowhead one thirty five people to all team up and race from sault saint marie to international falls best guests. Is it six hundred sixty six miles. Where's your samory at florida ed. That's that's the gateway to see old khanna da on the u._p. There over the far east side of of the tacoma if is yeah so the the el diablo del norte six hundred sixty six miles. There's no entry not just your soul just kidding about that. I'll my christian readers and so what do you guys think of that idea yet yeah well. We talked about like how hard it is to have good conditions like. Look what happened to the polar roll asher. You know six hundred miles. You're going to need a lot of people working. At course snowmobile trails will have to be engaged and real roads and well yeah but even parole snowmobile trails. It was <hes> some of it as i believe. Some of the big part in town like the holy doubt is gone so long race especially in the winter. You just got a piece together anything everything rolling travel roads. You'd have to have alternate. Internet courses ready to go on something like that. Just create a g._p. Ex you know <hes> route and unsupported that's unsupported and and it would be regulated much like arrow arrowhead one thirty five. You'd have to have a certain number of calories a certain kind bag etc but then that's all all of those protocols are all laid out. It's really just the route <hes> and the volunteers that could span that amount of space <hes> <hes> somebody <hes> kevin breitenbach a winner of the arrowhead one thirty five and the an the idea rod trail limitation heat. He once told me that endurance racing is about enduring and co uncomfortable things for a long amount of time so this isn't isn't for the people that only race on.

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"sault" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So I up the organics brand versus terror original ongoing with Tara, I'll do the same. I like territory pretty good. And the Tara have the different veggies and everything in there. And it's very gourmet. I liked that next step baked Lay's versus the three sixty five organic chips. Yeah. Exactly. Next up the tariff sweet potato this is tough on versus the open nature veggie chips. And these are, you know, they've got like the celery and carrots and all that those other ones, but I gotta go with Tara sweet potato. I would agree it's unanimous. And finally, this is where I think there could be an upset Stacy's pita versus the three sixty five organic tortillas. I'm going with Stacy's pita chips. I liked the three sixty five organic tortillas. Well, it goes to review dot com. They selected Stacy's pita. So the Stacy's pita win. So the final four selections in the fancy region, the terror original baked Lay's, Tara, sweet potato and Stacy's pita. So Tara to of terrorist. Brands, advance very very big. Now, we move to the elite. Sixteen. Yeah. We're in the Sweet Sixteen. Now, we have we are on the quarterback. We have the Sweet Sixteen. So I up lays versus Cape Cod. Kettle chips. Cape cod. I'm gonna go with Cape Cod. There are a little bit firmer and crunchier than the lays. But I do like the laser not as Greece to they're not as greasy. I have to agree next up wise versus ruffles. I'll take the wise for the same reason. Not as greasy. You know, I'm torn on this one because I like ruffles with the little ridges, but I find they're a little bit too salty. I am going to go. With wise myself, even though reviewed went with ruffles. So in the salt it'll be Cape Cod. Versus wise in the corn region. Here are the four first of all Doritos cool ranch versus sun chips. I'll take the Doritos ranch. I'm gonna go with the sun chips, but review dot com. Went with Dorothy does. So it is Doritos cool ranch. Next up is regular Doritos versus Fritos with freedom. This is a tough one easy Fritos because I like both of these a lot. But I'll go does as well. All right. Well, we went to two one against reviewed. So it is going to be Fritos in the corner region. Ooh, this is the suspense is killing us. Now, we go to the flavor region barbecue versus lays salt and vinegar barbecue. I am torn, but I like bar I do like salt and vinegar, but I like barbecue best. So I'm going to go with the so the BBQ has next up. We go with the Cape Cod. Jalapeno versus the Lay's barbecue. I'm going with the jalapeno Cape Cod. Palestinian. This is a tough one. I mean, we could have an all barbecue nuts versus Lay's barbecue. Well, that is a pretty good flavor in the flavor region. It is a good flavor in the flavor region. There's no doubt about jalapeno. You know, what I will agree with you on the Cape Cod. Jalapeno. We will advance the Cape Cod. Pain. You. All right. So we've got the Cape Cod. Jalapeno versus the barbecue. And in the fancy region, we have the terrain versus baked Lay's easy. Tara. I'll go baked Lay's. Well for the coin toss we go to review dot com. They went with the territory hips. And then we have the Tara sweet potato versus Stacy's pita. I'm gonna go with Stacy's pita. I'll do the same. All right. So it is Stacy's pita that is going to advance. So let's see here. We had the Tara chip. And then we have these Stacy's. All right. So now, we're down to the elite eight sergeant Steve all right back to the salt region Kate cod. Versus wise, that's a tough while I'm gonna go Cape Cod. But I really like wise to I'm gonna go with Cape Cod as well. I've got to agree with you on that Cape Cod. I liked the wise, but those kettle chips, they just do me in every single time next up. We've got Doritos cool ranch versus Fritos. I go with Fritos all the way Fritos. All right. So Fritos comes out of the corn region. And and Chuck it in an upset. No question about it. And Charles Barkley just said, but it's not terrible. It's terrible at all. I like the Fritos all right now in the flavor region. Here we go. We have got lots barbecue versus the Cape Cod. Jalapeno. I think I gotta go to barbecue. I'm gonna go. What's barbecue as well? So us barbecue is going to move to the final four. And then lastly, we've got the territory versus the Stacy's pita chip. Now Stacy's is your basic pita chip, you know, basically, you're not talking about a lot of over flavor. If you like pita chips, which I do. But then you look at the territory tips, which have some unique flavors not a potato chip more of a veggie chip. That's a tough tough call. And that sergeant Steve I'll let you go first. I'll take the Tara. I'm going to go with the territory as well. I believe that it's a close call but stacey's is just a little too naked. I'm gonna go with the tariffs. So now, we have the final four representing the Sault region is the Cape Cod. Kettle chips. The corn region. Fritos bell flavor region barbecue and the fancy region Tara sweet potato now. Are you going to give me winning chip your tie? Jim Nance does. No, I'm going to give the winning chip. I'm going to go out and buy a couple of bags of actually for the final four hundred them. All I got to stay away. Maybe just a few chips. All right. So in these salt and corn region bracket, we have Cape Cod versus Fritos. This to me is the toughest of everyone. We've done so far because on one hand I love Cape Cod. Loved the kennel crunch. I like those Fritos levels beaks Fritos scoops like the corn taste a little bit of that saltiness. It's really tough. It's very tough. Do I have anything to dip the scoops in? If you're just eating the scoops playing they're wonderful. Well, yes, you can put I prefer bison ship, which is a buffalo favorites. But yes, and onions and onion dip would be available for you, should you desire. But to me the chip must stand on its own on its own crunchiness and flavor. I might still have to go with the Fritos. You know, what I'm going to go with the Fritos all I love Cape Cod. I am going to go and that is an upset because reviewed pick Cape Cod to go to the championship crunch off. So I'm going to go with Fritos as well. So we have Fritos representing the salt and the corn region. Now representing the flavor versus the fancy region. We've got the barbecue versus the Tara. Let's see the terrace or wait a minute. Do we do the? Yes. The terrorist week potato chips. I'm gonna go with originals the terror original pterodactyls, sorry, the terror originals. Correct. The terrorists I gotta go to the barbecue. Yep. So now, we're going to be what's versus Fritos. This. We have two major upsets in the March madness is incredible. So we're down to the championship crunch off. We've got Fritos versus arts barbecue to surprise.

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"sault" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on WJR 760

"Yes. Where professional hockey started? Yeah. I know. Houghton michigan. So right there in the. Yeah. People people probably don't know that. But that's right. That's where it started. And of course, Sault Sainte Marie was an early early area that are found a sex for most show. So there are sound effects right there on the stage, and you get the audience gets to observe all of that. And then in addition, we have sketches. So we have it's one it's called Madam block and the key went on national historical park. Right that sketch, and it's not in block, she discovers the secrets of the copper history know that she does an undercover shot sheets Madame blunt public eye, and then we also have a couple of sketches call one nine one one in the nine zero checks till we have family nine one one dispatch man that gives type of advice as well as dispatching emergency assistance. So it's a lot of fun. It's for all ages. We have the audience includes people who are nine year olds from ninety. And so if there's something for everybody, and it shares a lot of history, even our that's his are all sharing history and also places in the region that you could visit. So you're gonna learn a lot. We are not satisfied with just entertaining. You have to learn something. That's great. And then is the theme mostly surrounding kind of that copper country. Do you know the the mining era or is it from even earlier than that? It's you know, we focus a lot on that mining history that area the time period between eighteen forty five to ten twenty heyday of that. But it's we do contemporary. From anything from that that time period. And. Anything can you now? And then we are doing a show called from top account to Motown's some June thirteenth. We do get funding from the Michigan council cultural. Sure great. So this program, we talked about the the red jacket jamboree that's going to be on March ninth. And of course, then the Motown program later on do these these programs quite a bit. And it sounds like a great deal Afonso. For more information about the red jacket jamboree in Kalua, Matt go to this website, red jacket, jamboree dot org. Are thanks to Rebecca Glattfelder, the executive director of real people medium for being with us today. Just fantastic. What a what a fun thing to do in a small little town. And by the way, if you head up there, there are some really nice bed and breakfast small hotels are really small like home, stay places as well. Right there on the Kelly Matt area, including Laurie I'm in is is in that area as well. So if you go to Michigan dot org, and maybe want you don't plan your trip up to the key went on. Just check out the the places that talk about accommodations, and then maybe you put in Kalua, Matt in the place, you want to go to it'll bring up all those hotels motels a living spaces in that area where you can stay overnight and have a great time. So check it out at Michigan dot org. We do our best to keep you informed of the various places. You can stay things. You can do. It's really a great website. And we even make it easy for you to kind of map out your your trip. So if you wanna start wherever you are and then map out all the way up to you. Matt. There is a mapping function on the website is well that will show you the best route. And then we'll even tell you different places that you can visit on that trip. Maybe coffee shops, restaurants, or whatever. So check it out. I know you like it. It is Michigan dot org. We always say your trip.

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"sault" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Point games. You bears got fourteen. White give bound quickly over the time line, Darin. Inside. The fires jump shot to go and waste. They call time out. Wait now in nineteen points. Eighty to seventy five sixteen point four seconds left. Extinguished there last time. The next broadcast on the network will be Thursday up in Sault Sainte Marie. Hopefully, we'll be. That cold up there next week for your cigarette. Lake superior. Support around seven thirty right here on the patriot. The lady warriors team today. They a win over Davenport's improved a sixty seven elite player play three games. I'll find that place Ray tournament spot with seven games remaining, lady warriors. Looks like they might be on their way to. Tournament. The baseball pass inside the Hudson. Lumber you got. James at home. Eighty four seventy five. Junior. Fires the three of the other way of in the top of the key. No, good rebound brand Lil Wayne State, not gonna fall and they're working on the road and went both teams this week. They win at eighty four to seventy five point whether they ever wave steak, and they'll be tied for first place in the gliac.

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"sault" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Located in the south end zone on game day. Back here at halftime snowy Detroit. Fifty to forty four. Top give you the first Lee board update of the day. On top of north full of eighteen minutes to go down Ohio thirty five nineteen. It is. On the road today with twelve minutes to go and hold leaders consent. Forty eight to fourteen. Valley on the roads in northern Michigan with fourteen years ago. The Michigan that's up forty six forty. Big Rapids St. on top of that forty eight to thirty seven. Eighteen sixteen minutes to go up at Sault Sainte, Marie lake superior. Not happy about losing the Parkside at home on Thursday, taking it out on the west dried lead, seventy one thirty five with sixty minutes. Not one. We've seen that happen. I was that was your senior year two years, go up and lake superior's. Well, once they get those shots going for some reason that Jim was they spiritual shots going. It's up to be run away with the game that year. We did not have a close game. I think we beat them by here at home. They took it out on us. We went up there. More statistics. Here have time for this one Wayne State shooting fifty eight point three percent from the field in the first twenty one to thirty six eight fifteen from down south fifty three point three percent. Saginaw valley shooting fourteen or twenty seven from the field. Fifty one point nine percent six eleven for bounce out four point five or seven rebounding. Saginaw valley seventeen to thirteen about this that Mike Lewis, listen, this is what David Gray was talking to me before the game about as well. Turnovers turnovers turnovers assist journal the ratio has wasted all year. But today, Wayne State has ten assists and only three turnovers that second full going forward. Not just the rest of this game. But the future games coming up for the warriors. Good. Thanks. That's us. I mean, you see it across the board to use that win win championships. They just don't turn the ball over. And that's a big thing. Puts a lot of emphasis on it. After every game. He Reebok who won the rebound battle your sister turnover ratio. And he makes a comment on how you play defense. So that's definitely something. He puts a lot of emphasis on weight state is led by as many as ten in the first half saying, and I'll let by one point briefly about five minutes into this game, and that's been it. So it's mostly a wasting your lead throughout this one will step aside. Ticket breakaway come back. It'll be the second half way state trying to get their forth. Win of the year linked white. They lead by university. Now, you're listening the waste they basketball on the patriots after a tough workout,.

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"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But they're not getting the money promised to them to help them. And if you know, if it's just about a wall, then it just doesn't make sense because we already have a wall we have fences. And when you've got people coming into this. The country that wanna find a better life and wanna work especially for agricultural, you know, areas we it's just he's holding us hostage. This president is maniacal. Well, Laura, thank you for your call. Lisa Desjardins, Dan. Let me just turn back to you on that one. Just what he what is Laura make you think. Right. I think one of the issues here is that these are two sides that are not just fighting over the wall right now, they're fighting over whether the wall will be funded for the next two years at least and in that way, they're also fighting over the next presidential election because this was a promise that President Trump made. So what happened in Laura was right to raise the freedom caucus because the president had signalled that he was ready to sign onto a deal that would keep all of these government agencies funded through February eight that is the deal that went through the Senate unanimously they all thought this was going to happen. Vice president Pence toy. Hold them. He thought the president was going to sign it and the freedom caucus took to the floor of the house. The night before the president was was kind of before it was moving to the house and said, Mr President, this is your lash chance. This is a betrayal. If you sign onto this deal. We saw conservative kind of talk radio hosts and commentators on Fox News also pushed the president. And it was that push from the right saying, this is your lash chance to get this money before Democrats take over the house that is what changed everything. So this is now a calculation over the next two years of trying to get any wall funding, and it is hard to imagine the Democrats will give in because of that they they don't want to give in now, and then have to give it again. And again over the next two years. Similarly, the president feels the same way. Well, you know, so it's it's pressure from the ideological right? That the president is feeling or responding to. But I was really fascinated by New York Times piece this weekend that said that there are a lot of. A lot of folks who are advocates who are conservative on immigration right of who who are now feeling concerned that that the president has box himself in over this wall because opportunities to strengthen the border in other ways are sort of falling by the wayside. They don't even want the wall. I mean, I'm not talking about the Rush Limbaugh of the world. I'm talking about you know, sort of the Washington conservative think tanks who who want to find other more effective ways to deal with migration over the southern border. That's right. And not to me is the tragedy of this particular shutdown is it we have a very serious series of issues that affect many millions of human beings right now, not government workers and immigrants and people who live on the border, and we're not actually talking about the very large body of knowledge in terms of what works what works on the border. And we know the border is not just one long flat parking lot. It is a series of sometimes rivers sometimes mountains, sometimes. Serves sometimes areas where cattle graze across lands. It is a complicated place. And we're not having a real discussion over have other countries. Try to steal slat fence. What does that do? And where has it worked? Where has it not there's a very seri-? They're very high policy steaks here. And there are there is a lot to talk about this has been studied. And yet we're not talking about it that way because the president has said wall or no wall. Well, Lisa hang on here for a second. Because let's turn back to our discussion of the direct impact shutdown as having on people. Joining us now is Erin payment. He's joining us from Sault Sainte, Marie Michigan. He's the tribal chair of the SU Sainte Marie tribe of Chippewa Indians Aaron payment, welcome to point on E Buju day. I'm glad to be here. Thank you. So tell us in these past seven days what effects have you seen on the Saint Marie for regarding the shutdown? How has it had an impact on you?.

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"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But they're not getting the money promised to them to help them. And if you know, if it's just about a wall, then it just doesn't make sense because we already have a wall we have fences. And when you've got people coming into this. The country that wanna find a better life and wanna work especially for agricultural, you know, areas we it's just he's holding us hostage. This president is maniacal. Well, Laura, thank you for your call. Lisa Desjardins, Dan. Let me just turn back to you on that one. Just what he what is Laura make you think. Right. I think one of the issues here is that these are two sides that are not just fighting over the wall right now, they're fighting over whether the wall will be funded for the next two years at least and in that way, they're also fighting over the next presidential election because this was a promise that President Trump made. So what happened in Laura was right to raise the freedom caucus because the president had signalled that he was ready to sign onto a deal that would keep all of these government agencies funded through February eight that is the deal that went through the Senate unanimously they all thought this was going to happen. Vice president Pence toy. Hold them. He thought the president was going to sign it and the freedom caucus took to the floor of the house. The night before the president was was kind of before it was moving to the house and said, Mr President, this is your lash chance. This is a betrayal. If you sign onto this deal. We saw conservative kind of talk radio hosts and commentators on Fox News also pushed the president. And it was that push from the right saying, this is your lash chance to get this money before Democrats take over the house that is what changed everything. So this is now a calculation over the next two years of trying to get any wall funding, and it is hard to imagine the Democrats will give in because of that they they don't want to give in now, and then have to give it again. And again over the next two years. Similarly, the president feels the same way. Well, you know, so it's it's pressure from the ideological right? That the president is feeling or responding to. But I was really fascinated by New York Times piece this weekend that said that there are a lot of. A lot of folks who are advocates who are conservative on immigration right of who who are now feeling concerned that that the president has box himself in over this wall because opportunities to strengthen the border in other ways are sort of falling by the wayside. They don't even want the wall. I mean, I'm not talking about the Rush Limbaugh of the world. I'm talking about you know, sort of the Washington conservative think tanks who who want to find other more effective ways to deal with migration over the southern border. That's right. And not to me is the tragedy of this particular shutdown is it we have a very serious series of issues that affect many millions of human beings right now, not government workers and immigrants and people who live on the border, and we're not actually talking about the very large body of knowledge in terms of what works what works on the border. And we know the border is not just one long flat parking lot. It is a series of sometimes rivers sometimes mountains, sometimes. Serves sometimes areas where cattle graze across lands. It is a complicated place. And we're not having a real discussion over have other countries. Try to steal slat fence. What does that do? And where has it worked? Where has it not there's a very seri-? They're very high policy steaks here. And there are there is a lot to talk about this has been studied. And yet we're not talking about it that way because the president has said wall or no wall. Well, Lisa hang on here for a second. Because let's turn back to our discussion of the direct impact shutdown as having on people. Joining us now is Erin payment. He's joining us from Sault Sainte, Marie Michigan. He's the tribal chair of the SU Sainte Marie tribe of Chippewa Indians Aaron payment, welcome to point on E Buju day. I'm glad to be here. Thank you. So tell us in these past seven days what effects have you seen on the Saint Marie for regarding the shutdown? How has it had an impact on you?.

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"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But they're not getting the money promised to them to help them. And if you know, if it's just about a wall, then it just doesn't make sense because we already have a wall we have fences. And when you've got people coming into this. The country that wanna find a better life and wanna work especially for agricultural, you know, areas we it's just he's holding us hostage. This president is maniacal. Well, Laura, thank you for your call. Lisa Desjardins, Dan. Let me just turn back to you on that one. Just what he what is Laura make you think. Right. I think one of the issues here is that these are two sides that are not just fighting over the wall right now, they're fighting over whether the wall will be funded for the next two years at least and in that way, they're also fighting over the next presidential election because this was a promise that President Trump made. So what happened in Laura was right to raise the freedom caucus because the president had signalled that he was ready to sign onto a deal that would keep all of these government agencies funded through February eight that is the deal that went through the Senate unanimously they all thought this was going to happen. Vice president Pence toy. Hold them. He thought the president was going to sign it and the freedom caucus took to the floor of the house. The night before the president was was kind of before it was moving to the house and said, Mr President, this is your lash chance. This is a betrayal. If you sign onto this deal. We saw conservative kind of talk radio hosts and commentators on Fox News also pushed the president. And it was that push from the right saying, this is your lash chance to get this money before Democrats take over the house that is what changed everything. So this is now a calculation over the next two years of trying to get any wall funding, and it is hard to imagine the Democrats will give in because of that they they don't want to give in now, and then have to give it again. And again over the next two years. Similarly, the president feels the same way. Well, you know, so it's it's pressure from the ideological right? That the president is feeling or responding to. But I was really fascinated by New York Times piece this weekend that said that there are a lot of. A lot of folks who are advocates who are conservative on immigration right of who who are now feeling concerned that that the president has box himself in over this wall because opportunities to strengthen the border in other ways are sort of falling by the wayside. They don't even want the wall. I mean, I'm not talking about the Rush Limbaugh of the world. I'm talking about you know, sort of the Washington conservative think tanks who who want to find other more effective ways to deal with migration over the southern border. That's right. And not to me is the tragedy of this particular shutdown is it we have a very serious series of issues that affect many millions of human beings right now, not government workers and immigrants and people who live on the border, and we're not actually talking about the very large body of knowledge in terms of what works what works on the border. And we know the border is not just one long flat parking lot. It is a series of sometimes rivers sometimes mountains, sometimes. Serves sometimes areas where cattle graze across lands. It is a complicated place. And we're not having a real discussion over have other countries. Try to steal slat fence. What does that do? And where has it worked? Where has it not there's a very seri-? They're very high policy steaks here. And there are there is a lot to talk about this has been studied. And yet we're not talking about it that way because the president has said wall or no wall. Well, Lisa hang on here for a second. Because let's turn back to our discussion of the direct impact shutdown as having on people. Joining us now is Erin payment. He's joining us from Sault Sainte, Marie Michigan. He's the tribal chair of the SU Sainte Marie tribe of Chippewa Indians Aaron payment, welcome to point on E Buju day. I'm glad to be here. Thank you. So tell us in these past seven days what effects have you seen on the Saint Marie for regarding the shutdown? How has it had an impact on you?.

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"sault" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I saw the story the other day did you ever notice that? Sometimes I wonder what would happen if Julius random thoughts. He looks like puppet. I don't know. She said she can't plans it's just random. That's all it is. All right in in. Today is national trivia day. January fourth is the Dayton. It's a Friday for those of you who never have known what day of the week. It's spent here last week. Yeah. Exactly hiding in years. A little trivia fact that you can take to the Bank since nineteen seventy-one lake superior state university and Sault Sainte Marie Michigan has issue had has issued permits to unicorn hunters aren't they also the university. Does the words that the incoming freshman classes never heard of like they've never seen a CD your depend. They come up with words and phrases that the incoming freshman class have no idea what it means. Exactly. So you wanna go hunting the unicorn just wanna frame what that looks like you can go there also before settling on the names of the seven dwarfs. I think we've told this before Disney considered these were the names for the seven dwarfs for Snow White and the seven wars chess chesty tabby burpee Daffy Hickey, we see an awful, I think they have better. They did better who were Lincoln logs invented by president Lincoln. I think so. Bright.

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"sault" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"sault" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Media studios in the. Right here on the air. Go ahead. It is my high honor to introduce to you ten capless and Krista Kafer Cavs are coming. This is the new campus and Kafer show on Denver's talk station. Six thirty. You better believe it Krista Kafer here. Dan has got the day off to capless and caper final hour. And let's talk about some words that need to be banished. And then maybe some people who should stop talking. So there's a list of comes at every year from lake superior state university in Michigan. This is in northern northern Burma northern Michigan. And I it's sue Sainte. Marie right. So it's super cold up there. So basically, they just do curling and come up with words to banish. These words are words that have been worn out worn out to the point of absolute uselessness. And so they need to be generated from our vocabulary. I'm not gonna mention them all but a couple I think definitely should have made the list, and I'm glad they did wheelhouse as in others just part of my wheelhouse. And I just got a a little note from Ryan, the producer. It's the. Upper peninsula it. I've been there. It's actually really freaking cold right now, we were there in January in the what was that one thousand nine hundred ninety nine nineteen ninety three. I went through Sault Sainte Marie on my way back from seeing the ball drop in New York City. Anyway, here's a couple of words. Wheelhouse says in talking on talk radio, it's just part of my wheelhouse. No, I don't say that brat. My head around. It's not that bad platform. Ghosting that means like you were starting to make a connection on maybe one of those dating websites and things seem to be going swimmingly. And then you never hear from the person again, Ethan coasted and its unpleasant. Then there's some some words on here. I don't even know what they are Otis yeat. I a basketball term. I don't know. Litigate. I don't think that's a problem with that grapple grappling with this issue issue as in is shoe bland food. It's not bad crusty. Not a problem with that the optics. It's just bad for the optics. Yeah. That where it's got to go thought leader that word needed to go. I should say words needs to go a long time ago. He's just a thought leader leaders to thought leader, the coutry, months and most important election of our time. Let's go ahead and get rid of that one. Because you know, what we have no idea what the most important election of our time is in hindsight. We might say that. Yeah. I think Lincoln's election may have been one of the most important elections of our time, maybe Washington Jefferson couple of those guys. But you know, what the president does not make a country. This country has three hundred and fifty million people in it hasn't always had that many people. But generally speaking, the nation's bigger than the man who sits in the white the White House, and he does make a difference or she can make a difference kind of at the margins. And yeah, I think about ObamaCare and our last president which shifted our healthcare system to the left and towards greater dysfunction. So yes, the makeup of congress and the president does make a difference to a degree, but one person cannot destroy or redeem a nation that is that's just more than what one man can do. So anyway, those words are the words that made the list of words that should be banished. Couple of things that kind of on the list for the whole decade man's spreading foodie selfie BFF. Bromance and staycationing, good riddance. Let's. Let's just jettison those words showy now, there are some people who I think he's just stopped talking because what they're saying is super inane, and we say not helping even if they're not using these words when they open their mouth, they are not helping a Jane curtain like I asked my pretty seriously. I know she's an actress. But what oh who was she? I guess she was on Saturday Night Live back when it was funny. And now, she's just I guess bitter. Here's what she had to say about her New Year's resolution. My New Year's resolution is.

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Canelo Alvarez defeats Rocky Fielding by third-round TKO

BBC World Service

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Canelo Alvarez defeats Rocky Fielding by third-round TKO

"Hello there. Yeah. We'll start with boxing and Sault canal Alvar as not to rocky fielding down four times in an emphatic. Third round stoppage win the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York, the British fighter was knocked down in the first round the second round and in the third round as well. And on each occasion, he got up, but the fight was stopped in the fourth round canal records, his fifty first professional win and takes the WB a super middleweight championship out of

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Israeli military: More than 25 mortar shells fired from Gaza

NBC Sports Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Israeli military: More than 25 mortar shells fired from Gaza

"Tree toppled onto their suv the israeli military says palestinian militants in gaza have fired rounds of mortar shells into israel has npr's daniel estrin reports from gaza city this follows several days of crossborder violence the israeli army's has gaza militants fired twenty five mortar shells into israel and later fired two more no no immediate injuries were reported israel says it shot down most of the mortars it's the biggest mortar fire from gaza since the two thousand fourteen gaza israel war gaza officials say israeli troops killed more than one hundred palestinians during recent protests and clashes on the gaza border in recent days is rarely tanks and warplanes have carried out strikes on sites in gaza suspected of being militant mainstays israel says it's responding to palestinian attempts to carry out attacks along the border daniel estrin npr news gaza city diplomatic efforts appear to be continuing to get next month's planned summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un back on track south korea's foreign ministry says the trump administration and officials in pyongyang or holding what's described as working level talks media in sault are reporting a north korean delegation arrived in singapore last night for meetings with us officials this is npr news from washington more than eight thousand starbucks coffee shops across the us will be closed today employees are undergoing antibias training after last month's arrest of two black men at a starbucks in pennsylvania employees their call police when the men wouldn't leave and hadn't bought anything the company later apologized scientists using lasers to map an ancient city in jordan say the technique is revolutionizing archaeology npr's merit kennedy reports the ancient city of jerash is famous for its well preserved greco roman columns and theater it's one of the most popular tourist sites in jordan scientists from denmark match jerash using laser pulses.

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