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"steve nelson" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Be up in Chicago next month, looking forward to that on August 18th weekend. Maybe I'll see you for a shindig or two. And trying to put together a themed trivia event, ticketed event at a certain bar or brewery in the southwest suburbs. If you know a good place or somewhere you hang out with that doesn't do trivia that wants to maybe try something. Email Ryan buds at Gmail dot com. Today's episode is on weird Al song titles, big weird Al fan, I've mentioned before. First concert, and I think it was 7th grade. My friend Steve Nelson, his dad, Dave Nelson, took me and rob and Steve, my three friends that all lived in the same side of the block and crestwood Illinois to the crown Plaza. I think it was what it was called. I think that's what it's called. In Indiana and we saw weird Al and it was probably at the height of weird AL popularity, bad hair day, I think, had just come out or was just coming out. Amish Paradise, et cetera, it was a lot of fun. So I have a soft spot in my heart for all things weird Al and hopefully you do too. We're going to jump into those missing words from song titles by weird Al in just a second before that, here's the geek out challenge card for movies named two films in which a train appears. For television four buddy cop TV shows. Four books, we have four titles by comedians. For music to Canadian musicians and for miscellaneous 6 Disney theme park rides. There you have it. You're all warmed up. You're ready to go, and we're jumping into weird Al song
Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It
"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the
"steve nelson" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Vibraphone steve nelson music from his latest recording on high no records called brothers under the sun and we heard a tune called melody for mo- grew that was written by and featured danny grissett on piano peter washington on base. Lewis nash on the drums listening to return to the source. Great jazz continues with music from the colorado jazz repertory orchestra. Their new recording is called invitation. And here they are with the tune festive.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With Steve Nelson Amarcord only coming to you live from the studios here in Denver and at the half the Denver Nuggets are looking good. Nuggets did just about everything right in the first half, The Miami Heat couldn't shoot the ball and Denver has a 58 tow 33 lead over the heat. After two quarters. Basketball is Nuggets with two players in double figures, the heat with nobody in double figures. Bam's got nine. But that's It's the heater shooting just 30% from the field in this game, and the Nuggets are rolling. All right, we'll get to all the scores from the NBA. There's a ton of games tonight and top 25 college basketball. See you. CSU are both playing hoops tonight. We'll get to that. But let's go and listen to the highlights from the first half this contest Nuggets Playing Game four of the five game road trip in the Nuggets. They're feeling pretty good about themselves that they won four straight games, playing the best best ball off the early going of this NBA season in the first quarter nuggets like we mentioned we're looking good. The Heat couldn't score, but the Nuggets kept on keeping up, rebound, Tapped and grab by Nicola Yokich. We've played four minutes in the first quarter in the front court, Harris split the defenders behind the back toe. Millsap and the Lay up is up in Gary Harris is playing with pep in his step tonight, both defense and offense. He's looking good, so far. 92 fours, the score Nuggets leader by nickel their big lead of the night. Gary Here's has five assists the half. He has five. Then I get 16 assists. Nuggets with 16 assists on 24 made buckets. In that opening frame, but the man in the first quarter was the thrill and back. The other way comes Denver. Murray Backdoor cut over to Gary Harris kick out over the Barton in the three that one's good for, Will Barton this second three of the First quarter and then obviously did 18 to 7 infinite moment of the first half percent about Ball corporation. The future's in your hands recycle it. Will. Bart had 10 points in the first quarter, Denver had a 26 to 12 lead over the 12 points. 12 12 points in 12 minutes. The heat made five baskets in the first quarter. They were five of 22. They were just one of 16 from three. They shot 6% from three in the first quarter. Bam at a bio had seven of those drug points from Miami. So to the second quarter we go and then I just started to rain down from three I would pass off over the composite. Apostle whipped a backdoor to Monte kick out three green that one's good credit. Thank you for that place beautiful past threading the needle of Monte Morris, who found green right to strike so good. Michael Green has got seven points in six minutes in the first half of the Nuggets and Denver continued, did shots from three turn over Miami. Loose ball. The front court to Gary Harris whips in the quarter to Barton Barton head fake. Other three Got it out there by a policy brings it back out to the shake, guarded by Max Strus throws it back over to Paul Millsap. Millsap backs his band down split the Defenders. Bank shot no good rebound, tapped up by Joker right to Millsap in the corner. Murray for three. Yes, 56. The 31. Another door blown out the Miami heat late in the first half, Jamal Murray's get seven points and four rebounds and two assists. He's two of four from the field, one of one And from three point range and the cola Yokich has a smooth 16 points. Murray backs up on Abi, You stutter step Dr. Backs him up again. He loves playing against senators whips it in the corner over to Gary Harris. There's drives baseline throws it downloaded yolk into the lay up is up and in 16 for joker and most of those in the second quarter two. This is a hammer. Just it is 25 Point lead for Denver. Joker's got 16 points, seven rebounds and assists in 18 minutes. Jokers plus 23 Jamal's plus 24 Gary's Plus 24. Paul's Plus, 21 will plus 19. The Nuggets are lighting up the heat tonight. They have a 58 33 lead over Miami after two quarters of basketball. We'll continue with your halftime report after break on the altitude radio network. You're Denver Nuggets Halftime show continues in 2.5 Minutes are the altitude radio network. Very dribble Drive throws it down. Oh, you sneaky Blue Arrow..
"steve nelson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"At least one Tennessee lawmaker wants the TV I to investigate Tennesseans involved in storming the U. S. Capitol Building in Washington last week. House Bill 1 11 also calls for any elected officials from the state who committed seditious or treasonous acts. Be removed from office immediately. You got a new sheriff of the Silver Network house. So deal with it. Here's double Ugo double use. Bill Lockhart. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond was tasked with operations of the Silver Deal workhouse after core civic left. He says, and made complaints about lack of food and medical treatment are false. Hammond says the Syriza of shakedowns yielded several shanks, he says. Priority one is citizen safety, followed by officer safety then prisoner safety Lady evolves basketball Tomorrow night. The men back in action on Saturday, the home of Big Orange Basketball is talk radio 102.3. The official National Weather Service forecast has a sunny and seasonal today around 50 Warren tomorrow 54 on Thursday. There is the possibility a slight possibility of a scattered shower Thursday night or Friday will be quite a bit cooler on the weekend only 41 for high Saturday, but we do get back to 46 on Sunday and 48 On M L. King Day. That's the official National Weather Service forecast. I'm Kevin West on Devil Ugo. W What? Okay, folks, you've heard me talk about how we love, entertaining and relaxing on the decks and pool at our house. But there's maintenance that has to be done. We spend lots of time and money cleaning and pressure washing the wood and concrete, then sealing all of it only to have to do the whole process over again. In just a few years. There's gotta be a better solution. That's what my friend Steve Nelson and his team over it ever seal thought to ever steal provides a permanent Ocean for sealing your exterior, wood and concrete at a price that you could actually afford, preventing further deterioration for the next 30 to 50 years..
"steve nelson" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Have we forgotten about the reindeer situation. The other thing. I wanna say is that my point on that. I think i still think people are not sitting my point which is to say in reality. Sugar sugar by the cheese was created by professional songwriters. Who had been in the business for decades by professional studio musicians and singers and all that stuff in the world of the show. They are high school students so high. School students made a song as good as sugar. Sugar all saying they have the potential to be much bigger and better because they came up with a song that forty year old songwriters who have been working in the industry for decades. They wrote that song at seventeen. B they have a dog. The place tambourine and i would pay to see that way. They wrote it. Seventeen the genesee in insulin. No i know. But that's only i'm saying. Is that these random high school students came over this on that went to number one. It went to number one dan. Dan mazing can. You don't have to defend yourself right mostly because you won't win also this is not about that song. That's all say i'll say is hashtag. Arches are the beatles. Let's talk about frosty. The snowman hat hit us with some also. Thank you for the review. Yes no shot of you on your review read on the show and you wanna point out a dumb thing that i said and make fun of me for it least five star review apple podcast and we will read it on the show frosty history apple podcast or any podcasting platform or possibly or anywhere. You can leave a review. That's right great. Let's let's keep exciting. This bit my. Do you want to write a review on the wall of a frosty the snowman. Yes was written by walter jack. Rollins and steve nelson and originally recorded by gene autry and the cass county. Boys was released in nineteen fifty. It hit the number seven on the us. Pop singles and number four on the country singles charts.
"steve nelson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Want winding up at one o'clock in the morning, Just like four years ago in Grand Rapids, Michigan. One o'clock in the morning. This guy I mean, just just a workhorse. Indefatigable is the word I've been using for months now, and he's just recovered from Corona virus three weeks ago. We know that But, of course, Michigan very, very important. Only one Michigan by 10,000 votes He barely won it Last time he again you got a place your faith in the polls, which is virtually impossible. But that is one of the states where it's not down. Well, it's down to a margin of error. But he's losing that state this time around. So hopefully his rallies the last couple of days in Traverse City in Grand Rapids in Flint. Hopefully those are translate to when you was brilliant. By the way, he's up already this morning tweeting it'll be on Fox and friends at seven o'clock. So he worked until one o'clock in the morning. Maybe he slept three hours. Maybe by the way, he was down last time around as well in the watch. Just keep that in mind. Yeah, He's the end. Like I say, The guy's tireless. He's unbelievable. He's earned your vote, I would say Or at least he could sleep well. If he loses. If he loses, God forbid he can sleep well, knowing that he did everything he could. Despite these unbelievable odds again, these the all the forces arrayed against him that he worked as hard as he could. And then we, You know, whatever. I agree, he goes and he did a great job. Five states four states they after day after day, I was surprised to read Steve Nelson today. In the New York Post. You know, a lot of people are talking about what we know the results tonight. Will we know tomorrow when we know Friday? Don't forget Bush score down in Florida when 37 days, but it did announce George Bush as as the winner. That was a fun Thanksgiving November 22. I actually saw a video last night of a very young Bret Bear on Britt. You talking about that the better part of 20 years ago, But I was surprised to see the post today saying that if we know the results Tonight. If we know the results tonight, the odds are Donald Trump gets blown out. Not say well, either way. What if Donald Trump gets to blow up when, but the post is saying today? Nelson with the map and all us and all your electoral Sze that we know the results tonight, Odds are President Trump gets blown out. Yeah, well, he's not going to get blown out. I don't think so. We just look at Florida, North Carolina and Georgia early on Look for those results. He's gotta win those initially. If he loses any one of those stories dead, it's not a good sign, but he won't He's goingto win those on the front page of the New York Post. Trump roles as media tries to drag Joe over the line, and the bigger headline is fired up and burned out on the president doesn't seem burned. How Joe Biden seems burned out, even burned out from from the very beginning, Joe Biden, the president has been enthusiastic all the way the president's drawing these crowds of 40 to 50,000 by himself. Joe Biden has to bring a Lady Gaga and Bon Jovi and by the way to Pennsylvania. Lady Gaga is a vocal anti fracking advocate Anti fracking and he brings Lady Gaga is tone deaf Idiot! And the president was all over that yesterday in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Now he's got Lady Gaga Lady Gaga. I could tell you plenty of stories. I could tell you stories about lady Got guy did a lot of stairs, Lady Gaga and Jon Bon Jovi. Every time I see it, he kisses my ass..
"steve nelson" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"I'll talk off air but I'll give you as number may hold us. He's he's great. I. Want an EMMY FOR TV show. He came on the nineties on neck and with me my first emmy was because. He was. Yes. Yeah. I I had three. Yeah and it's tough to get tough to get an emmy and TV when you look like a blocked punt. Tell. You One story about Francis yes. wres- we played the cowboys down there and they had a outside linebacker named Henderson Thomas. Henderson good player. He's allowed Mount Hollywood in Hollywood yet. And he was kind of giving Russ you know I'm are you know do this year whereas I want to do that to you? Before the game in wrestling in the locker room and took the AH Cape. The the the The Cape Goes on little. Tunnels Put Him is dumb and his fingers and small caped up. And his thumbs will like you couldn't be convinced he maybe. He can catch but his thumb, he take the some and Four. Six He's listed at six six to forty on. Say six six. Six. Eight come up with with with those thumbs and hit Henderson and Henderson, didn't want anything to do with Russ after the first couple of series. And he must have mistaken himself. Why did I opened this can of worms. Yeah. But Russ was west was not Wasn't like practice. But when he played played hard and he never made any mental mistakes, you know he kinda teed off some guys for not playing not practicing all the time but you didn't care. He was a good I remember he was good blocker and any I if he was. Great player survive a motorcycle crash in Hawaii going seventy miles an hour like rusted. You'd survive a lot of things in the NFL Steve, what was the what was the best team you played on those those late seventies teams are that mid eighties team that made the Super Bowl. You Know I. Think Great. Question I. Think I seventy sixteen, we had I love that because you know Steve Grogan should have been the MVP the league that he had a great year. Yeah and we were young and. We had a three number ones that year yet keep Rockin Fox and my canes. We had Three. In seventy three, we had three number one Sam Cunningham Darryl Steinle. In. Hog. So you mean we had we had a really young core really outstanding players. And you know we I think we want I seventy six, he goes only fourteen games. Eleven and three eleven and three, and then eleven and five and seventy eight. Eleven three and but the only loss at Oakland had era seventy six was a came in the Foxborough beat him like forty, eight to sixteen there. was there one loss? There only one line. Including, win the Super Golly. The super. Bowl. And then we we went to Match up you know really well, we've matched up with Oakland and no one else did and You know we had a couple of really good corners and we had dead dead cliff ranch and bulletin cough and Kenny Stabler they had. They had a really they must have three or four hall of Famers Art Shell? Up. Shah. had on other often so long. The we could run the ball on them and we had four or five backs at year. You know Donnie Calhoun and and family Bam Andy Johnson and I mean we just pounded the crap out of them. Behind their offensive line, you'll Leon Gray and John and and. It was that was the best team I think I played on same thing. He told me one time Nellie that I asked him point point on a sports show is who the last guy you wanna see as you come through the line with football. He said Oh it's Jack Lambert. He didn't even hesitate said why he said because he'll bite you. Sound. Real. Jacqueline Gaffe was drafted the thing I was drafted. He was drafted in the second round also can't state. And Jack. Jack he he's about six four, but he only weighed two hundred eighteen pounds or something like that. He would bite you. Yeah he'd bet you. But you know he's got he had he had cats homes and he had you know Joe Green and you know There are a lot of guys round that so. You know he'd be protected. Right Jack was a great player and he great covers skills and. one thing about him that I always me was easily lean, you can still take on guards. I mean person who's very, very tough. Hey I want to ask you a couple of food questions because I. Have to do this next commercial because they're paying big money I mean Steve unbelievable big money for this commercial. Why we're giving, we get nothing but vices on this show you know his sponsors, the football season is back and you can bet on football. Yeah. How you do it you go to bed online a g. been online is going the extra mile. Make sure you get it on everything imaginable the season from spreads to total team player poaching props everything. But online gives you more options to wage than anyplace online and you can get. Their bonuses today really starting your wagering process. And Bet on everything that ever happened in the future the NFL maybe when they're gonNA put masks on maybe when they're going to stand for the anthem it, what are you what you want head to bid on online on? Data today take advantage of the great sign of bonuses Ben Online. Dot. Ag Your Online Sports Burke experts now. I got a list of food. Commercials Mike. You should see my wardrobe now it's the same exact goddamn wardrobe. So me ten years ago. That's a beautiful suit you have on their. Spats I do like those back. I'm going to name some I saw this thing online instead the things that boomers think foods that boomers think are cool and I thought I looked at the list didn't see shit on here that I like. So I'm going to ask boomer Steve Nelson born nineteen fifty one and I guess probably Smitty Europe both and then Ben who's not a boomer he's what are you a millennial yup? Okay. Just. Yell Out Yes if you've eaten these foods and no, if you haven't ready. fruitcake. Yes No. Brand cereal yes. Yes. Vienna sausage now no Sard Sardines. Yes. No. Once and never again had a girlfriend used to call her sardines. I can't tell you why. Tuna casserole and I check that one off is one that I have had. I had a once I've had that also no artificial sweeteners when attitude tuna casserole have. I'm not sure that's good. Yeah. That's UH. LOT OF CASSEROLES UP MINNESOTA The big state your Casper. And probably a lot of dairy. Queen. Up there yes. Because I used to own a dairy queen and I, I went to Minneapolis to go to dairy Queen School to learn how run a dairy queen. It was no God damnedest thing I've ever. You on the unit drake when I owned a dairy queen in Vernon Connecticut for like one year I lost my ass Steven. Yeah because all of a sudden winter happened the nobody was buying ice cream. All right. How about creamed corn you guys? Yes. Yeah. Yes. Fish sticks. Limburg or cheese? No No, you know. Tapioca. Yes. No Yeah. Here's one shepherds had shepherd's Pie. Yes. Yes. If he's made a few of his own pies to how about grits. Yes. Now I've had grits you have their tasteless aren't they don't taste like anything. You GotTa, you gotta add stuff to it. sauce and stuff like that. About prunes. Yes. You've have occasionally when I when I'm when I'm struggling. Keep the line moving. That's it. That's right. That's it. Lima Beans I. See I've checked off out of these thirty food checked off six and I've even had at all Lima beans I've had limited. Yeah. So healthy. Had Bag of dried prunes. You know this look like old candied prunes. Big Yeah. Yeah and they were delicious and so of course I smoked a joint and then I said it's wrong with you have a couple of these prunes and then after a while eight like nine of them, what's the? The bag. Oh Jesus, I'm telling you man that was While here that was interesting. I Know Steve I. Know You've probably never heard this podcast before, but we have a regular feature on here. Musically, this is what we usually wrap up the show with us. We would before we wrap it up with music feature, we'd like to invite you to listen to it because it's Joe. Castiglione, and Jerry. Triano doing a duet as we thank the great number fifty seven Patriots Hall of Famer retired numbers Steve Nelson linebacker one of the top ten patriots of all time without question Steve thanks for joining us. Thanks Steve. Listen carefully to this Song Tam. Tell me if you like it just as much as you should because it's Joe and Jerry and it's a little. Let's get him in here joke. Jerry. Go over here but terrific. Thank you. I'll get this chair. Joe. Song, Dan, by thin lizzy to Scottish band lead singer was What was his name again troop? Was, Phil. Why not true? That's right. Phil Lineup back in time. Guests just got back today. Them wild eyed boy said had been away. Haven't changed much to say but man I still think them cats are crazy. They were asking if you were around how you was where you could be found I told them you were living downtown driving all the old man crates. The boys are and child. I said the boys are back in town, Joe. Go, boys are back in town John John. Time for me to. Sing? not, yet JOEP price sake wait your turn. Here I go. You know that chick that used to dance a lot every night she'd be out on the floor shaking what you've got man on I tell you. She was cool. She was red hot. Can you believe it? And that time over at. Johnny's. Place. This chick got up and she slapped Johnny's fakes. Man We just fell about the place. Shaw's if that chick don't WanNa, know forget her. Boys are back in town. said, the boys are back in town Joe I heard you ask..
"steve nelson" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Him. And You know he's a great coach and he he I remember the things he beyond time and have a good attitude best with either from us. You know we're late might as well forget about it. You weren't gonNA play. Had questioning things had a bad attitude. It was it was it was a bad deal parcels. But he was I really that he motored Clare's challenge players and I really loved bill who's One of a kind guy to work for you hear those stories from everybody and you know just as caustic the things he would say in the way would try to motivate people by being kind of sarcastic was probably legendary as well. You played with John Hannah John Hall of Famer I can tell you this. You might. You might even heard this story I was doing a live radio show. With with Glenn Ordway and Fred smearless and we were parked in a trailer out in front of a trailer there was out in front of. Foxborough. And all of a sudden we're talking football whatever boom somebody smashed into the trailer. and. and. I think someone just drove into orbit goes I think so too someone hit our trailer all of a sudden the doors swings open it's John Hanna. Hanna. He had driven his truck into our trailer and just left it there and walked in and join the show. Like cleanses did you just hit the hills you? Care well, that guy was a lunatic still is I'm sure. But do you have any stories about about the legendary John Hand that you could tell us on the air I mean on the year on the podcast. Swear. He was the best player I ever saw. And you know he was acting part of his Greatness was that he practiced you know harder than anybody else did he did and he did he he was he every every snap. He took against him was full speed and you know most of us want to kind of go through you know the week and healthy for Sunday we'll John was every every play he was fallout and oftentimes I had to go get them 'cause we got an odd defense you know and and I had a guard and we go wanted to go against the other one. So I I'd I would. And just keep hitting me and I. You know after why just started laying them you fire out and Kinda just like a bull fire and go frying and get so pissed at me and I did a couple of times and then I call some rookie to take my shot and place you know who had no idea what was going on? And Hog would come up and they you know player and rock. Filkin a bad really after while I'm doing it but you know playing against the guy that good though really has to kind of help you against maybe lesser people his position when you had the game absolutely absolutely. But does he get beat up during the week and you're not one hundred percent physically physically ready to go on kickoff as you just pounded down. John was John was you know six foot? Two and a half six, foot, three, two, hundred, eighty, five pounds he can do the splits. Could Bench press? Four, hundred and twenty five pounds. That's all and. I know standards but. He was. The one guy you wanted to allie would be John Hannah and you know he's he's a great teammate is a great team mate. And he's down living down Alabama right now and win visited him a couple of years ago. And me went down there and much else you play Ala Bama. And spend you a General John the night before we hit some little some little roadside cafe. Everything was fried. PICKLE FRY every. Fried and and it closed up at eight o'clock. It was no no liquor reserved. And it closed at eight o'clock on a Friday night. That's that's. Weird. Wild. Okay Steve No. This is my one of our sponsors here and anybody who knows me knows I know a little bit about. The the world of cannabis. And the best dispensary that I've found in the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a little place called. It's it's medical and recreational by the way it's called resonate in Worcester now, for those of you who don't want to involve your painkilling procedures with pills or opioids, we all know that. The way to go his cannabis, right so if you're a medical patient in particular. or a recreational from out of town you come from Rhode Island come from Connecticut. Let me tell you that you got to stop it resonate. That should be your dispensary of choice at eleven ninety-one. Millbury street in Worcester writing this down. What a company this is, what quality products they have from seed. To. From, tinctures to edibles to. Applicable what's that stuff when you? New Loewe shop is a topic on. My arm radio. That's my emotion, a serum eleven ninety one Millbury Street. That's not your arm. Not tincture. Go to the FA- The good folks resonate tell them. Mike Adams. was talking about him in a very positive way. Ask Him if the blue dream is in yet or the lava cake and they'll take good care of you or go to I resonate DOT COM and I'll run into you over there next time I'm over there because I have a lot of pain not the kind of pain the Nellie must have nellie after playing how many thirteen fourteen year would you play fourteen fourteen years Seventeen hundred and seventy six tackles. Do you have any like sore parts of your body are from football injuries back? Maybe the late eighty S. I had. Mike. I had had six surgeries from football had to my right found any and again. To My, right thumb to my right knee were I tore my acl. To on my left shoulder where I had a post serious dislocation and I cracked Mike Humorous. And the funny bone. No. anyways that that Both my hip replaced and holy cow man. Again. But I got nothing to complain about because I can get around yet. I work almost every day and So you know a swings sucks but that's not all suck. So you know what they they they br- they grow him tougher on the banks of the Rum River. Did I make a reference to Ram River Wow you've done your homework. The Rum River on both sides of the of the the river I think they have to know the. Two Rivers that meet in my hometown of Anelka. One is rum river. You know what? The other one is no. Come on. The SKIS IWATA LIZ it. Well. That's that's an Indian Indian named for the SHOOP shoop Betty Mississippi. Little River that's nothing. It's Ole. Miss the old man river. That's true So now, what what did you make of all that stuff that happened in Minnea- Minneapolis that must've kind of rubbed the wrong way.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Especially in the radio business. you probably. Are As plugged in as you've always been to what's going on in football. Let me start with the the obvious question. What are your thoughts on what's going on? Now from a political perspective of you know the anthem and the and the kneeling and all the I don't know it's just it's weird. Isn't it? Well it is and I think you kind of summed it up I. You know I don't have any idea what's going on either You know it's Mike I'm telling you when I. When I played football, I have my number like seven fifty six is Andre. Tippett Andre was from Newark New Jersey. People who is from Beaverton Oregon you know three different locations you know black and white and. There's something special about a hive on football. You know. You totally colorblind and That's what's so great about team sports in general but football specifically because. You. Know case eleven guys to. Play and defensively, and you know you don't have time for all this. This you know. steps up it's you know obviously, it's it's a it's a challenge facing country and and You know I think you have the right to do whatever you want to do and I. You know support the players who take a knee and and it just feels different. Doesn't it? Does it does this is a crazy here. You know there's no there's in the stands you know and everything else but. again, It's good. It's good as back on your. Chance to see some sports and around now and This is gonna be like a crazy time of the next couple of months as far as all the different leagues, Krause, and the NFL in the middle of their season. So the fake crowds are what killed me. Talk about this the cardboard cutouts glycated a home run in the ball goes off the cardboard cutout and false down like a shooting gallery targeted at the Amusement Park. It's like what the Hell's this guy. That's Well sometimes, you Kraus's discussed showing up. For you know game well, you know the early days of the Patriots and the Schaefer Stadium stuff. Yes, we. Unfamiliar. Some. Some of the early pats guys were speaking of the early. Pat. Skies, and know we you know you can talk. We can talk about the the obvious which is you know Brady's gone and all that but I wanNA talk to you just real real quickly about some of the guys you played with when you first came to the team. In like seventy sixteen had some real characters on it. You're pretty young guy you had Grogan who I consider to be. One of the toughest quarterbacks I ever watched play. He got hammered. He ran the ball all the time. He didn't come out against this. This guy was a tough guy and I'm not sure that the quarterbacks today's football could be compared to him when you talk about overall gritty toughness, do you agree with that? I I think the game changed so much. You know Mike that I still think there's guys who have that type of toughness that Steve had obviously but. You just ask any more things like new I guess news the Last Guy, you know seventy five yards. I think up until you know, Stephen By. The last time were a quarterback rushed. For more navy and the Tino on your team right when groves did it back like in seventy eight or whatever. So he's a physical player, Cam Newton, physical player and I think he's just asked to do different things now and every change. Every position has kind of evolved into something differently That's why I see these. You know he's players who play a real long time Laker Brady and you know guys who coached like coach Belzec what they've seen and and how a game has changed and you know the personnel categories is a formations emotions you know all the stuff that. You get tried to get a pre snap read has back in the APPALACHIANS lined up. Backs tied into wide receivers Yep a third long. You took out tight end, put a wide receiver and that was basically about it. You know. So wasn't allowed substitution but as an inside linebacker back in the day, people don't inside linebackers don't make interceptions. You had a whole bunch of it that not only a tribute to what your ability to be smarter and pay attention. Better than some of the other players, but it's also a mobility thing. You know you all those tackles and you grab some fumbles when they were loose balls. But you also made interceptions because you were involved in the play. It doesn't seem like linebackers do that much. Well again back, then you linebackers played all three downs. There is the first and ten group, and then there's a second long group in a second short group long group and you know so it's more no specific now and back again when when I was playing. In the seventies and eighties there wasn't that wholesale personnel category changed so. You know really we we put three downs and I fired played ten years and then. Be Starting to get in the eighties mid eighties you know on third long had come out and You know because my covering my coverage. was slipping. I'm getting older but. Happens. and. A different game, the same bill, same game it is right now but it's just so different than it was when I was playing and you're not really surprised that Mike on on Sunday watching the Games and the Kansas City game on the opened up on Thursday night out prepare those players you know and I thought they would without any practicing outing preseason games where he got start hitting and stuff and I know coaches right now very careful about eating within practice sure I was surprised how tackling was. You. Know there's you know games I watched it was good tackling and. That's the testimony of the players and You know I thought for the first the first game of the year they played pretty good. What's the biggest difference from the because a lot of criticism it comes in on what the League has done as far as The pastor with pass interference is one whole separate issue. But the what the refs do and the REF's call out there and some of the things that are made to to protect the players I guess their health of their cranium in the long haul. They've made these changes, but do you think that in some ways that's I always worry when they're running down the field is going to be a long pass. Where's the flag I? Know there's going to be a flag. Here it is. I know you're talking about my trust, nuts. It does you really puts the defender and you know in a position where you know it's not really a. He can't. He can't compete for the ball sometimes like other guy and one thing about you know the the defender has. Balls as a receiver does. But I I. Know You do and I do because you know golly battling. You know thirty. Forty downfield. HIP, and and the balls in the air and all of a sudden you see it up i. you know ball that's catchable. But again, it was just good coverage. You know it wasn't and. He. Really is a huge play. You know it's a it's a remarkable with the spot is a spot foul so it can be a huge change in the game. Talking to Steve Nelson, he played for the for the Patriots from nineteen seventy, four to nineteen, eighty, seven of the coaches you played under who is your favorite I? It could be for personal reasons or for what they accomplished, but your favorite coach as you played for the pets. Mike, that's interesting because I was talking to a guy was talking to a guy today about you know the whole bill check brady deal. I had my position coach I had built ourselves one year and that was a real treat for me. It was I was Kinda. I was selling three year in the league. You know. So I was Kinda veteran but you know I I learned so much from.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Brady. Facts. Listen Adak stay tuned giggled and laughed at. A. I can't believe we actually congregated here at the at the Pelham islands studios ninety three consecutive episodes without anybody being sick at the no one coming in drunk or throwing up or acting like an ass wipe Ben Well Ben Yeah I've been he then again, you spared no money on that opening. That voice you're hearing is the voice of more special guests tonight let me just tell you a little bit about them. It's like this is like,.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The horn sounded I could not look at the play in the clock at the same time. With the ABS. I believe. Have avoided a last second goal. Everyone going to the locker room. And that seems to be the case. That's what a ship by the star defenseman? Yeah. Oh, my goodness, because he could see Fox a wide open from the angle that we had here, watch. And it was going in and all of sudden year it was clothes. It wasn't Nasim Cadre clothes, but it was close. After 40 minutes of play. The Avalanche heavy 32 lead two goals in that period. You will give Iran tip His first playoff goal from Doriana Pin. Klingberg tied the game in two and then the Avalanche finally found paydirt on the power play. Not some cadres ninth goal of the postseason from Renton and Andre Burakovsky, who now isn't double digits when it comes to assists and the Stanley Cup playoffs and the Avalanche lead after 40 minutes in Game seven, when we come back, we send you to Are any chill today Studios Mark Bertolli, Steve Nelson, Standing by for the Modelo Especial second Intermission report brood for those the fighting spirit. The ABS have had that through 40. Will they have it through 60? There's only one way to find out Rejoin us for face off in the third period of just about 17 minutes time. But after two in Edmonton in Game seven, it's the Avalanche three and the stars to you're listening to the Stanley Cup playoffs on the altitude radio network..
Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started
"Invited the rock the World Wrestling Federation champion to speak at the Republican National Convention. Pupil sock it to me. I became an official painter. I don't express political desires in my novels. I just tell story. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and this is studio three six. That's how studio three sixty began. Its first episode on November. Four two thousand just before we elected George W Bush and we all learned what a hanging Chad was my special guest today in Studio. Three sixty is the artist. Barbara Kruger. Who will talk with us about politics and power in movies and music and even in her own art? I make art about the collision of my days and nights with the culture that has constructed and contains me all that and more coming up in studio three sixty from WNYC and PRI public radio international originally produced out of WNYC. Here in New York. The show is all about the cool but complicated and sometimes strange ways that art touches our lives two decades later. That mission hasn't changed. Even if the people making the show have come and gone I'm Jocelyn Gonzalez executive producer of studio three sixty but I was still wet behind the ears associate producer when the show debuted two decades ago. I was away from the show for about ten years before returning to the staff in two thousand seventeen so as the show draws to a close sadly after twenty years I turned to some of my friends from the formative years of studio three sixty for their impressions. Could we create these beautiful stories that represent all sorts of interesting things that are going on in the country in terms of arts and then have Kurt sit with some of that? He was comfortable with and talk about them. That's Julie Bursting who was executive producer of studio three sixty when the show launched and who wrote the studio three sixty book called spark in two thousand eleven and this is Carrie Hillman who was our first senior producer and is now the executive producer at story car. At the time there had been a lot of magazines shows and it was a way for us to sort of do something different and fresh and it was like a a really creative solution to like a lot of really boring magazine. Formatted programming so I was like really game to try to figure it out. We also had two assistant producers. I'm Michelle Seagull. I started at studio three sixty as a assistant producer. In September of two thousand. I stayed through twenty thirteen as a pretty Sir and I'm now the managing producer of Sleet Studios I'm Tall Milad and I started at St Three Sixty as an intern in the year. Two Thousand and I was there until two thousand fifteen When I left I was senior producer of the show for about ten years before that and I now work at Pushkin Industries Heading up development also on staff during the early days of the show was producer and technical director. Steve Nelson Steve's now a programming executive at NPR Johnson. Do you remember what the working title was when we got there? Oh yeah hot ticket right which is first of all a terrible name and doesn't get to any of the big ideas that studio three sixty does as a name but secondly this is sort of in the relatively this was during the post dotcom boom and someone typed in hot ticket dot com into a website and it was an adult site for general audiences for sure. That was the end of hot ticket as a name every week. Studio three sixty we explore. One big idea in-depth. Today we look at the intersections of art and medicine. The idea of studio three sixty or an art show for public radio had been kind of kicking around for a long time. People were on the ground producing pieces. Trying to sort of see what would stick Eventually they brought Julie Burstein and she had this idea of like putting on pieces that sort of built on one another in having an artist or somebody else react to each piece. We started calling it a through line which was just an idea that we would carry through the show and I think the idea of having a theme came from we have to have some structure in order inside it to be able to play. The idea was that Kurt would open the show with a monologue is always delightful to look back and see that exotic bits of civilization. John Ashcroft was a senator his most celebrated crusade a failed crusade for some years. Now one of my hobby horses has been the blurring lines between news politics crime or and entertainment and then he would have a person in the studio with him and then we would present pre recorded pieces to play for this person. I try in my work to speak to the human in US and That human end to bear kind of witness and in enabled react to it. That's really fascinating That makes me think of this. Yes we looked a lot at the degeneration of people's memories and one of the pieces of research we discovered is precisely why I found listening to that piece so fascinating so it would give us an opportunity. Say something that took them off of their typical talking points that gave us an insight into the way they think their personality It also added some depth. I think to the the pieces themselves because you can't do everything in five minutes and so maybe you have to like leave something on the cutting room floor but you can resurrect it a little bit with with the like well-placed Kirk question so I thought it was really cool. I loved gathering stories from really disparate places and putting them next to each other and then talking about them. It was just so much fun. Do you remember a point when you realize it was working? I have to say. I think that first Shakespeare show because it was a whole show bringing Shakespeare up-to-date but we had Neil Gaiman Willie's just grumbling about the fact that he's a crappy writer and the San man the eponymous Lord of the rings who happens to be in this up goes over to will and offices deal are you will shakespeare. I have we met. We have but men forget in waking hours. And you and Steve or maybe it was Steve. That incredible intro He started it with Scharzenegger's hang on not to be not to be tied in the phase of man when in disgrace with fortune and men's on have we hear. Hello I'm curt Anderson and Mrs Studio Three six. It was so hilarious and it was just. It was like okay. We got it this works. I'm Peter Clowney and I was studio three six I Adler and these days I live in Saint Paul and I'm vp of content strategy for stitcher. It's a struggle sometimes to do a show. That has a theme I approach. That idea would caution now if someone wants to do a show that theme like to say like remember. It's got multiple pieces in it. You're going to have the fifth favourite piece about Gardens in this episode. But it's true that like building on the ideas across an hour is like really meaningful. My name is Eric Linski. I started as an intern. In two thousand four became assistant producer and then decided to become a contributing reporter of which I was to studio three sixty through the beginning of two thousand sixteen and I am now the host and creator of the podcast imaginary worlds. Yeah I remember this one episode where they had Madeleine Albright the through line theme was democracy and so she's sitting in the studio with Kurt and then one of the pieces was about American idol. Which was the hottest thing back? Then and they were talking about how people were taking American idol democracy far more seriously than actual presidential elections. Have you ever had a chance to see American idol? Well I actually have and I've been pretty depressed As I am by television generally these days which seems to be going to the lowest common denominator and I. I don't like the word Elitism as we kind of lost me on this last segment of him and it was really funny here. Man Albright come out of that piece. And what do you think of that? She was not too thrilled with the peace to quality that piece but what she was hearing in the piece. I'm Derek John. I was a producer and editor on the show from about two thousand four to two thousand twelve ish and since then I've done a whole bunch of work in the podcast world but I am now currently an executive producer of the how to with Charles Duhig podcasts. At slate when the theme through line shows worked man they were amazing. I mean it was like we had set this high bar and they were so hard to pull up when they clicked and everything fit together. It was truly fantastic radio and it was hard I would say we had some shows that weren't successful and that's actually what led to having to change one. Really terrible through line. Thematic show was fish the fish just literal fish in the sea. Animals really jumped the shark on that one
"steve nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Mark Beaujon elev blockages three Jordan Bergen Steve Nelson mark but only up to be a live radio one here at Pepsi center after two periods hockey the Tampa Bay Lightning with a three two lead of the Colorado Avalanche as that second period was all kinds of crazy the Tampa Bay Lightning scored two goals in a span of what is at sixteen seconds to take the lead in stamp coast got a tally of the ball score three unanswered but Nathan the kid gets a thirty third of the season to get the ads back to within one that is you heard motions talk about Michael rain and had to leave that game in the second as he got trip it went into the end boards hard there and he left the ice hopefully we'll have an update for you before the third period but we'll get to all the highlights from the second period of this contest because it was kind of crazy over that twenty minutes of hockey I'll tell you what else would only get HLT day but first here are the NHL plays of the week with NHL radio production NHL radio please of the week number okay which are the way corner with a shot the the first and the doors in Colorado springs and started the story tonight one his first this on October only sixteen that is the only number eighty over time really store what does the but.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Denver Nuggets postgame show starts now work smart personally welcome to your Denver Nuggets post game show along with Steve Nelson mark Pirtle committee left the studios here in Denver Colorado is tonight the Philadelphia seventy Sixers beat the Denver Nuggets ninety seven to ninety two is the nuggets now dropped three straight games in five of their last six the nuggets with well led by will boards twenty six points tonight we'll get to all the scores from the NBA where it's a massive upsets in college basketball but and we'll hear from the head coach but first let's head back to the Wells Fargo center there and on a Pittsburgh Philadelphia Pennsylvania him bring a jazz guys this king Katie would you to break this game down well I guess I don't really know how to categorize this kind of game because it it never felt like the nuggets were out of it but it also never felt like the nuggets we're we're we're we're gonna win the contest after the one on that mass wrong after coastal's technical so I guess how do you how do you feel about this loss tonight the nuggets will burn on one hand you kind of got a built in excuse right you you lose when your best players after only five minutes and and your mom or idle idol I thought Mante picked it up nicely the problem with the the reason why the nuggets Lawson I birds gotta be rebounding they got out rebounded forty nine to thirty eight in a tight basketball game and got outscored sixteen to four in second chance points so the difference of that was twelve points off of rebounds an offense of rebounding and that's the difference in the game so the nuggets you know control the glass a little bit better they might won the ballgame Katie what do you think about.
"steve nelson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A lot of fender benders so it's a seventy million dollar plan would add a lane to the Washington bridge link to the Henderson built bridge and then closed the game street exit I guess was a big hullabaloo in fall river the last night fall river city council meeting it turned into a standoff between the mayor and councilors who were in attendance how come is Steve Nelson from Eyewitness News Mr might sit the Mister mayor sit back in fall river finance committee meeting went off the rails on their latest table for discussion Mr person to write our recess the dispute between marriages of Korea and city council president cliff pontine counselor Sean could team started during criticism of work done on some fall river streets we spent two million dollars on a project that has been an epic failure qureia would only speak to us by phone I decided to show up and defend the project for myself the mayor walked right on to the floor it was the mayor is there is there a reason you just walking on a council floor uninvited you can go sit back down auntie calls for a recess twice demanding the mayor leave parties out of town and spoke to us by phone sharks are called me up or sent me a taxi that it's unfortunate that the mayor wants to make a ticket to this level of the city council has to our journey it's business due to the fact that the mayor wants to be stubborn instead of the council seat there is absolutely unequivocally no need for that kind of attitude is in first of all I think you need to shoulder the quorum okay I need to show the court eventually three fall river police officers arrived Kadeem then said this referring to the mayor's recent federal fraud charges.
"steve nelson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Okay. Because as we talked about it. There was some damage done under the surface this week in markets and one of the areas that has been battered. Okay. Is the healthcare care? Right. Why would that be well, let's get into that SNP healthcare sector as of this week all of its year today. Gains are going, okay, absolutely gone. And John we've seen this across the board. Whether it be the large cap know pharmaceutical companies, whether it be the pilot tax, whether it be, you know, the the medical device makers recently, you know, the these guys have all been. Hit hit very very hard. And go back to what was said. You know, what was said earlier in the week? And this was a believe a tweet John was a tweet from the Bernie Sanders camp. Was it a tweet he singled out United Healthcare, you know, markets really like that. Right markets love that you know, when when politicians single out individual markets, do really really like that. So I think you really wanna play along with this one. Bernie Sanders, you singled out the United Healthcare individual to their CEO Steve Nelson. He must have some really close ties to Steve I would think must know him. Well, right. And this has quote when we are in the White House, your greed is going to end. Okay. It is you know, it is what it is. It was in response to the United Healthcare earnings. I believe you also singled out, you know, Steve Nelson's pay in which, you know, made seven million dollars, which isn't again as a CEO, you know, presume, he's working twenty four seven basically on call twenty four seven. Okay. You know, that's certainly not the most outlandish pay back out there. That's for sure say makes probably what a backup quarterback in NFL makes right right pitcher. Well, done very very well done. Right. Literally. Right. Exactly. Right. Exactly. What I'm BDO relief pitcher makes in major league major league baseball. But again, that sector absolutely absolutely devastated, you know, this week, and that's just you know, that that's actually continued continued selling so, you know, we talked about John, and you brought it up really, you know, when do politics cross into markets, and why do we, you know, why do we have to pay attention to to really to political developments? And, you know, this is really, you know, exhibit A, isn't it? I mean, this is really this is really exhibit because you know, the these stocks have been hit very hard. Here's the interesting thing. John. I happen to thank you agree. You know, we follow a couple of companies specifically some smaller companies in that realm that I do have become very attractive very very attractive opportunity for those with a with a realistic time horizon. Right. Yeah..
"steve nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The pistons radio network Steve Nelson on the motherboard and the NBA tonight studio Barton gets fouled on his way to the rim. And that'll be the thirteen foul against the Detroit Pistons in the quarter like that attack. I one of the things that the nuggets have set up here. Little back door play for joker dramas. He is definitely getting out of the passing lane. Inbound goes to the Colo Yoka cheese inside the hands behind him to Gary Harris, Harris dries on loose the basketball gets it back in the corner. Barton three. And the rebound comes down to Detroit again. Pass off over Reggie Jackson. Reggie Jackson at the bottom part of the midcourt circle. Got it out there by we'll Barton throws left side over to Qatar. Canard guarded out there by Jamal Murray. Top of the key back over to Jackson Jackson gets to pick from Andre trauman moves off of that part and gives chase from behind. There's gonna be a foul on wilpon. Second team foul and Barton fourth quarter against Denver. All the confidence right now. The one way you could take that confidence awake. Tough defense and going to have to get after it on the defensive end Ellington inbound over to Reggie Jackson gets a pick and drum and pick and roll Drummond traveled. No whistle misses the folder. And the rebound comes down to the coal yoga. Yolk, Chazan it across the timeline. Shoveled paths behind him to Gary Harris. He beats his man off the dribble drive on has a shot walk here. He gets it back. And then loses it out of bounds. Drummond really.
"steve nelson" Discussed on Working Cows Podcast
"Working cows podcast episode. Seventy eight bonus episode. Welcome to the podcast, the dibs producers platform to discuss and share paradigm challenging practices practices that have increased the effectiveness of their operation and the joy that their families have received from this lifestyle. Man. Everybody. Just a brief episode here today with Steve Nelson. The president of Nebraska foreign bureau, he is boots on the ground perspective. In also giving us some good tips about how we can help out in this crisis. And some examples of how that help is being put to use. So Steve thank you for. Joining me today on the working cows podcast. Could you tell us just a little bit about what you are seeing happening there on the ground and kind of a perspective of what's actually going on in the lives of these operators, and what they're experiencing as a result of the storm. Sure why I guess that do a quick update on and how this all came to pass. We started out a little over a week ago with a heavy snowstorm forecast. And that was followed by considerable wind or higher than normal wind. And then as that moved across the state at a Brassica, we started to have heavy rains. That fell upon frozen ground that was covered with snow so just a huge amount of water heading towards streams that that could not soak into the ground, and that's what is really caused a lot of the problems that we have with flooding. And it's not that common that we have a blizzard to, you know, a few, you know, few times a year or every few years, and and we would have flooding every few years somewhere in a vase in her. So, but in this case where what makes it so different is that we have really effected on most the majority of our state over sixty five counties have become over sixty five counties have been declared disaster counties of ninety three counties and the entire north east. Third of the state of Nebraska, I think every river has flooded and really set records as far as water height than those kinds of things. So just a very extrordinary. Situation here in the state in abreast. Can you give us a sense of the production profile of those areas? Hardest hit by the flooding. Okay. Well, the area that would have been hit more by snow than than the flooding is primarily grazing land. Although that certainly not exclusively true, there would be farmland as well and operations that are that are combination operations between cow calf. And and and farming when you get to the northeastern part of the state, you have a lot more farming, but also a lot of cow calf. And there's also cattle feeding that takes place in that part of the state. So a lot of this will have to do with Cavill. But they're also effects to pork producers as well. And then kind of those extending affects because of transportation being so difficult. So just a lot of lot of affects their do. You have an. A sense of the impact of this event on individual producers on the ground level. Or is it too early to be able to tell any of that yet? Well, it there will be significant impact on lots of lots of producers, and we don't have exact numbers yet. The lot of the numbers that I have are estimates. But we're looking at somewhere in that four hundred billion dollar plus damage to the livestock industry and about four hundred fifty million dollar plus damage to the the farming industry or part of agriculture here in the state that crowds this right up to a billion dollars. And and those numbers that I that I just talked about you not include property damage Barnes feet story. Hey, fences, machinery, all of those kinds of things are not included. So I I'm sure that we'll go over a billion dollars of damage to agriculture alone. And then we have have all of the damage to infrastructure roads bridges, those kinds of things as well. And is there any sense of the continuing are is there. Still more water headed your direction. I mean, are they still getting more damage in our is the water still on the rise? Or is it started to recede at this point? Sure what it has begun to recede in most of the area that I'm talking about. Although the further downstream you go the higher the water levels remained. But that again, we're talking about an unprecedented amount of water. So there's a lot of water spread out over fields that that probably can't get back into the river or stream right away. And so it will have to either soak into the soil or evaporates, so we're looking at quite a long time probably or some areas dry out. And then then, of course, they'll be clean up related to to the debris. That's been carried onto the fields. And the erosion that's taken place. The water. And so just lots of lots of things that you'll have moving forward chair, and what kind of a process are you looking at. I mean is it is they're going to be a work for hands on help right away. Is that what's the biggest need? I guess at this point shirt while great question at Nebraska farm bureau. We've sat up on our website a couple of different sections one has a an exchange portal where those that have needs can go on and list their need and people who want to help can go on there and list the things that they're able to help with like, providing hey, machinery, fencing supplies labor. Whatever it might be. So we're working there to to put people who want to help with those that need help. And then we've also created on our website an area that is a disaster that has a