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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"There were only a handful of cases of people with coronavirus in Winnipeg where theatrical leaves in practice. There were one hundred forty one. Casey's according to wikipedia since that time both Canada and the Czech Republic have tightened lockdowns and most people in Pratt and winnipeg our crack however has loosened the lockdown. And he's continuing to do for example Psalm restaurants with outdoor spaces allowed to serve people in those species if they follow the two meter distancing protocol. This episode is not about the coronavirus condemning but as I listened back tower. Banta much which didn't make it into the final of the podcast. I was reminded of how much has changed in a relatively short time. If you're someone you love has been touched by the coronavirus pandemic. I hope that you are doing better if you're grieving a loss at this time. I'm sorry for your loss. I discussed grief and supporting yourself. Off Watt Reunion episode. Twenty of the podcast for the past few weeks. I've interviewed various people about life in the time of coronavirus while also discussing other significant changes in their life as countries individuals. Look at how to transition. Out of lockdown we individuals are beginning to look forward to change and improvement. Saddam were not confined to our homes. Listen to this wide ranging conversation between me and the jury about travel teaching English in Korea making France changing tastes. We've been getting a discussion about the cosby show and other shows from the eighties. Throw it all the address shares. An important message to follow your heart. Listen to this episode as inspiration to think through what is holding you back and how you can find your way to leave in your line. Let's get started if you could start off by telling us where were you born? And where do you live now? Okay I was born in Kingston Jamaica. Many moons ago and I live now in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. But I've lived in other places between now and then to Huron if you had to look back at the course of your life. What must choice that? You made that domino effect. If I had to look back now that I've ever done that but I have on many occasions I look back and I think in two thousand three. I was finished school in. I was working and I just wanted a change. I wanted to do something so I went to teach English in South Korea. And I think that's going there and living there. Who was there for five years and being there was. It changed my whole trajectory in life. I hadn't really thought it what I would do for my life and career and all that before that but being there and everything after his definitely been something that I never thought I would be doing. What did you learn during that time? Living in South Korea I learned about myself I grew up in Ottawa. Which is you know. Perfectly reasonable middle class town in Canada towns capital city of the country but it was very middle class very comfortable no hardship snow. You know great upheaval in life other than maybe moving from Jamaica to Canada but even that was still kind of middle class Calgary's where we land Ottawa. So it was still very comfortable so I thought to myself. I want some hardship by wanted some lake some hardship in life and I'm black and I watched a lot of youth spike Lee movies in the nineties and all of the movies tend to have some conflict between black Americans and Asian Americans. I'm like yeah I'm going to get this heart. I'm looking for when I moved to South Korea. Because you know. There's a black organ with Asian People. I had all these misconceptions that was the main reason I wanted to. To create. Life was too easy for me into comfortable thought going there in a different culture different language. Place I don't know very much about being black. It would be hard. It was very comfortable life. It was great life. It was definitely not what I thought it would be with. People like you know having different kinds of adverse reactions or having some kind of prejudice or racism or anything like that. I did not experience any better at all. I'm not saying that other people might not have but I certainly didn't am. I experienced there really taught me how to make friends that I didn't think I would make in. Ottawa of my group of friends were black. My social circle had Filipino. It had those loan. It was all non white people so moving to South Korea. I'm the only black person amongst another bunch of expats who are also weight and then Koreans so I had to make friends with people who are normally out make friends with when I was at the Ottawa. So opened up. My whole world in terms of being socialized with groups of people would not have been socialized with had. I NOT LEFT MY COMFORT ZONE IN OTTAWA. And then through that. I moved back auto when I left Korea and opened up inside meeting larger group of people not high school friends that I had or college friends university friends larger group and then I met my husband who happens to be way and I think if I wasn't in that head space of being open to meet other kinds of people I would not have given my husband a chance because the fact that he was waiting. I'm blocking before that I would never think of it really. That's so fascinated to meet because never came in mind before living in Korea to date someone who's not glad night even Jamaican gets kind of blows my mind that you left Canada or auto which his majority white or and then you will to Korea realized that you could have friends that are white right. Yeah yeah absolutely. So went from Jamaica. Calgary in Calgary. Ottawa and I moved out of my fifth grade. And even Calgary which is pretty white place and I was the only Black Kid. School into my sister came along. I became friends with the other. Non White person who was Chinese across the street so we just became friends and yeah I knew white kids really play with them so in Ottawa. As you just said it was a very wakes place but still elementary school I would gravitate towards people and I had maybe two friends like actual friends who were not black in elementary school and then high school it was mostly Black Trans and then university. It was the same so yeah it was going to Korea where it's an ex pat community and everybody there. No black people went to teach English at the time so I have to be friends with Australians New Zealand it British Canadians in most of them were white guys. Sorry the way guys really. Well I never thought of those things beforehand getting out of my comfort zone. I learned a lot about how black people are seen in different parts of the world especially black women so it was a lot of dispelling stereotypes with my students that I had. It was a real eye opening experience. The greatest I've ever had been similar though when you lived in Japan right. I would say that I stood out in Japan and people who are DACAS. Gain stood out even more than I did in terms of getting stared eyed being pointed at her. Yeah that was the lady that I knew African American from Texas quite duck skin and she would always talk about how people would be staring at her and anytime she tried to make eye contact the is would kind of disappear people would never make contact with but she always felt they is on an we. Suppose around her and I didn't really have that experience. I felt sin just kind of funny because sometimes felt more invisible in Czech Republic than I did in Japan like. I didn't feel that will avoid in contact with me. And I've kind of been experimented with that unplanned with that in Czech Republic as well to see. Am I seen darker skin tone than you and I can tell you that in Korea absolutely? I was stared at without. There's no question and everyone automatically just see him that I was either African or African American and I've had people staring at me. People touched me all the time. There are quite a few incidences where running the elevator like people would touch my hand. Look away really the only people in his element or I would go to the public bath a lot because it was quite comfortable. I like. It's like a sign up here and you know older women touch my legs that he wouldn't realize that was like not a mud. Pack set move. Did lots and lots of that stuff or kids would stare at me because the neighborhood where I lived there were no foreigners and I volunteered teaching disadvantaged kids English so when I would come in they would just stare at me the community center. I've make faces initially but then kinda become friendly because I looked at it as an opportunity that

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

07:57 min | 2 months ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Okay so welcome everybody to another session in the so for limited Tokyo talk series around the global pandemic or trying to give people a snapshot of what everyone's experience has been in different parts of the world Today I have a lovely friend of mine coming from Canada Could you introduce yourself for for the audience one? My name is Amanda Lily. I'm a health coach in personal trainer. I specialize in helping everyday person to eat more pump based and to incorporate more physical activity into a life of find a way to combine those and still be able to address everything else. That's going on whether it's looking for the families or be part of the community and really lane people know. How does it have to be you know a lot of times? People think that you know of you're switching your diet you gotta make more than one stopper or if you're starting exercise program. Now you're taking time from your kids or that kind of thing so I really show people how they combine gone away that fits their lifestyle and also help them meet their Benefit them and meet their goals when it comes to their help so for people watching this where we're even doing all these ambitious activities. Where were you based right now? I'm the Winnipeg Manitoba Canada but I also do some nicer sis as well So obviously things have changed. I think Canada's first case was somewhere in the middle to late January. I'm not sure of Winnipeg But the last few months saw how things changed you within the city of Winnipeg. Maybe the bigger sense candidate or Manitoba. Yeah a lot has changed but I am so grateful for where we live because in Canada we allot precautions. We're taking right away and I think that that's one of the reasons. We don't have as many cases as other countries have we were of the later. Wants to get hit and we also were kind of prepared for it. So as soon as people in Canada started getting As soon as we knew that covid nineteen air we were told to do more social distancing. Wash your hands more. So there's a law campaigns to get people to do those things and it was really surprising. See how much people listened and was starting to keep more distance away from each other even in the grocery stores and places like that but as cases got worse there was encouragement people to not go out as much their restrictions on gathering and those restrictions lilly smaller smaller over time so I was like a hundred people fifty people and now I remember. It's down to ten people that's the most you can have a M- fiscal be a gathering and at the same time within the last. I guess it's been probably almost a month. All non-essential services have been closed down. I guess not quite among some things closed before that so I work at a gym and our Jim was closed even before the non essential services close. Just because you're considered a high risk Leith which I completely understand I think even Without this pandemic cap thing. It's a shared space where people are in close quarters with each other in all touching the same equipment. We were closed. Shut down even before the nonessential services reclosing shutdown. So at this point you can still get groceries. You can still go to the pharmacy. You may have to wait in line for a long time. And they're only letting so many people in once so it's really changed the way that we are approaching our lives in a few different ways so some people have reduced income are laid off The or other emergency benefits of the country is offering so very grateful for that Sir. Income will be changed reduced. And also when you have to wait in line that long to go out or you know that you're increasing your risk of getting or spreading the virus vijay note. It makes me think twice but whether or not you need to go get those items or us of the things we've been doing is kind of planning for example our meals out a little bit more so that we can by several weeks of groceries at one rather than a week's worth of groceries like we used to so think gum mistaken you actually made a video a little while ago And this was sort of your quarantine preparation a grocery order right. I think that you did that was supposed to go for a week or two exactly. Yeah so that. That's a video. I think you'll probably be posting a link to it to take a look at so was a video that I did just kind of last minute when we picked up our groceries because I realized that it's something people would benefit from steen that you can eat hot. Based in a way that you're still have items that can sit indefinitely pretty much in the pantry like dry beans and lentils. What kinds of food you can make those things you can put in the freezer Things that do law slip it long enough ranch or how you can prepare them so they last longer in the fridge and just to get you thinking about how you can still enjoy your food. Be Creative Andy. Even if you are shopping as frequently and I know for us even the pickups the laws stores offer pickup option are now booking a week or tune VAT bill. You can't just wait till you run out of food to book for another pickup or of course can also go to the stores and we in line to get inside so that's an option to but if you've got little ones are looking for other family members you know you can't just leave three three hours to go to. What am I mean in terms of like public transit and everything like talking about going to places I mean is that still running in Winnipeg or is it like limited servicer so right now the middle of April week do still how transit? I haven't been on public transit since this began to be honest. I'm not sure what it looks like on the buses but I do know that that's been talked about quite a bit the media that they're still running and I have seen them running however they are not letting people together and things like that. There is more distant in the people who are riding the bus. We DO SLOW. Public Transportation and the taxes are still runny Is The snow gone? You Defense Day you agonists. I can't days next stop so I mean like for me. I've had a change what my focus is on. 'cause I've been home so much more and we'll probably get into that leader but it also means I'm losing track of the days but dig will be early for us but then we thought it was spraying. Everything was melted muddy upside later. Oh we hit the dump of snow that was like several feet deep within a couple of days and then we waited for that to go away in the meantime away for it to go way. We ended up building a snow fort and having snowball fights and stuff so that was a lot of fun. And because we're all whole more. We get to engage in things like that as a family which I really appreciate And then it went away but now they're still like ice everywhere and sometimes you wake up. It's snowing and it's gone by the end of the day though it depends on what day and what our you asked me if I was looking at the window right now. It's like yeah. There's no snow but there's still chunks of ice around so But in terms of like the delivery and stuff when wind that start with.

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Photographing Lake Baikal of Siberia

Photography Tips From the Top Floor

05:38 min | 4 months ago

Photographing Lake Baikal of Siberia

"We have left Moscow. We have come to lake. Baikal Cyberia What's your first impression? Here city of her cuts was much bigger than expected. People very nice very impressed by the mixed culture. Lot Lake I spent some time in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada and Romo Brandon me. A lot of that. What do you think of the lake itself? We're on top of the Nick Right now. as I said before it's a surreal experience. I've been out on frozen lakes and northern New York and I've seen some pressure cracks in my day but nothing compared to what I'm looking at right now so it's too bad Microphone doesn't really pick up. The sounds the is makes because as we speak in the background. Cracks are forming in the distance. So now we're here in the afternoon and the Sun's coming through these cracks angle and it's just a their shapes in reflections that Unlike anything I've ever seen and I haven't seen that many photographers dropped to their bellies on purpose. This quickly because everyone wants to get close into the action. Every turn you see something unique in the In an ice formation crack something. It never ends all right. Thank you andy so Let's continue explore some of this office beauty of the lake. Thank you you're welcome. I recorded this with any Just a couple of days ago when we first went on the is for the very first time is really very fresh impression and Yes now we have a couple days On the ice already and I I'M GONNA try to get some more impressions from some of the others on the tour because For the last two days we've had smiling faces left and right because look yeah. It is very diverse. Diverse is is is so different from what everyone expected and I've tried to capture some of that. It's eight o'clock in the morning. I'm out on the League. Getting up at seven is is hard but Yeah we were doing a bit of a sunrise shoot. Well we as in everyone on the group On their own. Because we didn't know who wanted to sleep in and who didn't but yes and is coming up around eight eight. Oh five right now. So it's up to you okay. I mean I've been to other places where the sun was up so much earlier but Here the sunrises great and We are staying in the Frigate Hotel at all island which is like the series of bungalows. And it's this little tip of the island is so where we stay is surrounded by the lake so you walk out two minutes down to the lake and then you're on the lake and here is some really nice. Black is with Some methane bubble. I would try to capture some of those in the foreground but the Sun rising behind also snow on the ice you can you can hear that So it's the mixture between that and now on the ice right next to the snow. So there's this amazing variety of textures and Yeah I'm do my best to to catch some that still tired though I am. I am smiling so such a big smile just with my head into an ice cave you right now. There's or Horn island. Which is the biggest island on Lake Baikal or in Lake Baikal and we just drove over here and on the way we stopped at different ice caves and this ice case. Okay so they come into existence when when everything freezes but it's not quite frozen so the rockets very cold and then storms whip the water against the rocks. And this is this. This creates these caves of different sizes that you can kind of slide into that are like I. We're talking thousands and thousands of ICICLES hanging from above you pointing donuts different sizes and it's it's pretty safe so worried about anything and it just looking out of these caves I will. I will definitely have to share a few photos of this because it is mind blowing beautiful and to standing here looking at it. The words do not make it justice. This is yeah. It's hard to describe. Even a photo can't really give you the full the full feeling of what this feels like. When you stand here in the elements with these ICICLES. Yeah let me take a few photos and put them somewhere. I think they'll probably be a link in the show notes. We can take a look

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So we're talking to Dr Timothy ball he's an environmental consultant policy adviser the heartland institute and he's also former climatology professor at the university of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada you say there's a connection between global warming and eugenics what is it well the the this has always been a debate that's going on is the extent to which humans and human behavior is controlled by the environment the the hardball ideas that we have a free will and we're independent of all the environmental pressures news and so on has has long been a debate throughout the reality is there's a philosophical contradiction in the academic world between saying that on the one hand that we're just another animal and on the other hand that were completely independent of nature and and and and and are not controlled by it at all and so that that's of course what what this is all about and and and of course eugenics studies the of the way that people are born the number of people in there are number of children that people have and so on our our own. for humans for the most part just like all animals environmentally dictated. doctor I want to ask about when asked about the ice melted the talk about all the time that the arctic ice is melted you know a certain percent more than it ever has before in history we've got more frequent tornadoes than we've ever have five years than we've ever had floods than we've ever had how do you respond to all that well first of all the the glaciers are melting and they've been melting for the last three thousand years come because we're coming out of an ice age the argument that the number of all the hurricanes tornadoes and all the rest of it.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WRVA

"To make sure they were in the right car seat let's play it again. today and H. T. S. A. dot gov slash the right see. do you by the national highway traffic safety administration. who is the Glenn Beck program so we're talking to Dr Timothy ball he's an environmental consultant policy adviser the heartland institute and he's also the former climatology professor at the university of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada you say there's a connection between global warming and eugenics what is it well the the this has always been a debate is going on is the extent to which humans and human behavior is controlled by the environment the the hardball ideas that we have a free will and were independent of all the environmental pressures news and so on has has long been a debate now that the reality is there's a philosophical contradiction in the academic world between saying that on the one hand that we're just another animal and on the other hand that were completely independent of nature and and and and and are not controlled by it at all and so that that's of course what what this is all about and and and of course eugenics studies the of the with the way that people are born the number of people with there are number of children that people have and so on our our own for humans for the most part just like all animals environmentally dictated. doctor I want to ask about when asked about the ice melted the talk about all the time that the arctic ice is melted you know a certain percent more than it ever has before in history we've got more frequent tornadoes than we've ever have five years than we've ever had floods than we've ever had how do you respond to all that well first of all the the glaciers are melting and they've been melting for the last eighteen thousand years commanders were coming out of an ice age the argument that the number of all the hurricanes tornadoes and all the rest of it have increased is consistently shown to be wrong there was a study just came out about a week ago and and showing that the number of hurricanes have impacted decreased you see this the same thing with it with the fires in the Amazon there there were less fires over the last thirty years and they had in the previous hundred years but but that's not what you're being told me not to they they want to play up that there this is part of the global warming issue but also added to that of course is that both so narrow the. resident of Argentina is saying is not buying into the climate nonsense so in an attack on an attack on the whole idea in general so the what's going on in the world right now is well within any long term natural variability and if I tell you they keep saying what we're going to get to degrees warmer and that's going to be the end of the world for the last ten thousand years it has been two degrees warmer than today for nine.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Smartest way to hire ten seconds if you took a selfie of your brain while listening to him talk about not safe for work banks on a in S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk. so we're talking to Dr Timothy ball he's an environmental consultant policy adviser the heartland institute and he's also the former climatology professor at the university of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada you say there's a connection between global warming and eugenics what is it. well the the this has always been a debate that's going on is the extent to which humans and human behavior is controlled by the environment the the hardball ideas that we have a free will and were independent of all the environmental pressures news and so on has it has long been a debate but now that the reality is there's a philosophical contradiction in the academic world between saying that on the one hand that we're just another animal and on the other hand that we're completely independent of nature and and and and and are not controlled by it at all and so that that's of course what what this is all about and and and of course eugenics studies the of the way that people are born the number of people with there are number of children that people have and so on our our own. for humans for the most part just like all animals environmentally dictated. doctor I want to ask.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"That'll definitely ease that cold start peace. What's interesting about the service world is, we've started to have all of these vendors specific pieces. So as you're functions is very different than Amazon Lamm does. And so it's like, well, can I reach for a kind of universal platform Cooper, Netease Docker has done this for everyone in the container space where we don't have different containers. There are other container types, but for the most part, we've standardized on Cooper, Netease and Docker. So I can spin up a Cooper, Netease cluster everywhere in Amazon, in Microsoft's, cloud in Google's cloud of other clouds as well. I just say, hey gimme a Cooper notice cluster in a way it goes, can I do that for service? No, we have projects. I think it's called K native it might just be called native with a K before. For it that allows me to run a functions as a service inside of containers, and do that Burston scale on Cooper, Netease, and that can be really interesting. Cloud, foundry kind of has a similar type of metaphor. They wanna do the universal runs in any platform type of experience well just to be clear. At least what I've heard is that all these services are containers under the hood, you just don't see them probably. It's it is interesting. I think moving towards containers first and then seeing where you're having scaling challenges and you're saying, well, maybe it's worth taking his code, and implementing an services magician for the for the cloud provider of your choice. And then you get that automatic elasticity is compelling. But you know you can pick and choose. You don't have to be all one way or the other. I tend to think that service is a bit easier to, to get going with, because there isn't all of that infrastructure, a once you have, you know, Docker, clusters, Kuban, Eddie's cluster is going. You know, it's not that much more difficult for you to scale that up. Right. You know, and they do kind of appeal to different workloads. Docker is great. When I need a very specific run time. And I need it configured in a very specific way. And service is better. When I have a burst evil thing, and I can play in the sandbox. They've created for me. Right. So what's in your inbox? What's on your agenda? Well, this is Thursday next week. I'm going to pray Defcon in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. No. I so am I know? I know kidding. That'll be really great. Well, you guys got to say Hello to our friend Jolson many planning on spending a little time with him and his wife while you're going to have to let us know how. That goes it is always so much fun. And visiting Canada in the summer is so much easier. Sure. But she don't get to play hockey. Well, thanks again, Robert, it's been enlightening. And I'm sure everybody else thought so as well. This has been a lot of fun. All right. We'll see you next time on dot net. Rocks..

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"This day Steve Austin history today being may second start off in nineteen ninety two for WCW in Saginaw. Michigan Nikita coal off substituting for the dose w world champion sting defeated. Steve austin? And then Stephen had a busy day on may second. Check this out in one thousand nine hundred four in Atlanta, Georgia at a taping at center stage. This is believe is for episodes of Saturday night WW Saturday night WWF champion, Steve Austin, defeated Brian Armstrong aka row dog. I am certain at some point that match will show up in the hidden gem section on the WB network. Also, those US champion Steve Austin with Colonel lava Parker defeated Scott stud, aka Scotty, Riggs, aka Scotty, Anton. And this was also notable because this was the debut of Mang, formerly notice Haku as Colonel Robert. Parker's a bodyguard. So they introduce him after this match. And then finally we have WWF champion Steve Austin along with Colonel Robert Parker and Mang defeating Marcus Alexander Bagwell, so Steve Austin defeated both American males on this day in one thousand nine hundred four nine Ninety-seven in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada for the WF is the peculiar tag team of Amish Johnson and Steve Austin, defeating didata f- tag team champions, Owen Hart who is e champion at the time and David Smith who was European champion at a time and a non title match and own Davey killing it in the singles and the belts department in nineteen.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"These covers the Canadians looked like it'd be taking the while card for the Atlantic Division at seventy three points, and it looks like the hurricane. So we take in the other. Wildcard ended right now. They would be the two wildcard teams. But the penguins still have shots again in it. No doubt about it. As for. But again with when it comes to the wildcard, it doesn't have to be the two from the from the different divisions. The Canadians could drop off in the penguins and hurricanes taking it for the wildcard spot. I don't see the sabers who have sixty six points coming back, and I don't see the flyers sixty five points being in the running. So I think is between down for the wild card spots. It's going down to the blue jackets the hurricanes and the Canadians in if I to make a guess right now, I would probably say the Canadians in the penguins, take it just because the penguins are known to to make that final playoff push. And the Canadians are kind of in a week. You can arguably say, okay, you definitely say a week or division then the metropolitan so their schedule looked in the future to be a lot easier. And of course, hurricanes just there at the face the penguins, and the probably the piglets come more times and all this other things. So they're kinda tougher schedule in theory. But regardless that's like how the eastern visions coming up the one two threes all looked to be sending stone except for the metropolitan division where the third place team the Lou jackets, I seventy three points, hurricane seventy two penguin, seventy two. So it's gonna come down to those teams. But I think I think the blue jackets are gonna hold on. I really do. So that's just my that's my guess on the that's my prediction going into the Western Conference. However, we definitely know the first two places for the Pacific Division, both the flames and the sharks both have over eighty points with the third place Golden Knights having sixty nine points. So it seems that the Pacific is just about sentenced on of how that's gonna go obviously, the sharks. Flames are fighting for that first seed still, but it seems like they're almost guaranteed a spot. In the playoffs unless they had this humongous collapsed. But I don't think it's possible. Then you're looking into central division, which is a lot more closer than I think, the others the predators the jets and the blues. Like, I said the first place predators from the central vision are at seventy nine points. Then it goes to the jets where seventy eight points. And just so, you know, the jets are in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada, just if you don't know all just tell you the flames in Calgary the shark in San Jose, the lightning in Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay teams actually good Boston. Bruins Tronto Maple Leafs. Can you guess where the Canadians or yet Montreal? And so on so forth. You probably know the rest, but the jets are probably the most obscure team that nights one point that went out. That's the Winnipeg Manitoba team. Well, they're just called the Winnipeg Jets from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. So that's how that goes. Then the scene was blues in third in the central seventy two points. And then it's the stars was sixty seven Dallas Stars Reiner. Neat them at sixty seven. So. How I see this happening is the looks like the two teams that are going to. Make the wildcard or not are in the boat the central division, but fighting for that last wildcard spot seems going to the wild and the avalanche. Yes..

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Casual let me do this again. To our casual listeners. We will see you in March. We have several great guests lined up for minimal opposites been greenfield. Nice. How Newport his new book digital minimalism is coming out also TK Coleman and others patrons. We'll see you next week. We're talking about products. Happiness, branding gentrification. And how that relates to Marie condos tidying up. I'm still looking for the connection there. I have a great. I I have urban est demographers. And then I wanna compare what they're saying about gentrification to what our audience is saying about tidying up, and I think I have some really good links or if I don't then it'll be a beautiful train wreck. So check that out over on patriot next month. A patriot dot com slash the minimalists. And either way if you are casual listener, we'll see you in March or we'll see you on patriots next month. Either way we really appreciate you listening. Thank you so much Ryan what else you got for us. As always I want to encourage people to read more and get informed at now. Here are some voicemail comments and tips from our listeners. I this is Jill from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. I heard on your last podcast about Ryan skiing accident and how he broke his back several years ago. I also fractured my t eight and t ten and broke a piece off of nineteen nine also in a skiing accident, so I'm calling to offer. My empathy because it really does hurt like a mother. And Secondly, I'm calling to offer a tip after three months in a back brace another three physio found that I had to radically change the way that I exercised in state fit after the back brace came off. I was so excited, but had absolutely no muscle tone, which should have been obvious from wearing a back brace for three months, but I really hadn't expected. It couldn't even sit up on my own for more than five minutes at a time. I did physio for the next three months doing up to eight to ten hours per day. And it was very borne time in my life. Since most of these movements were long so slow stretches, and I was used to being extremely active for years ahead. Residual back pain for my muscles. Either being too tight or feeling too weak, and it was really hard to find the right balance of strength training, and stretching to help my back,.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Begins here for Blackhawks hockey. Demure Blackhawks radio broadcast. Chicago Blackhawks are back up here in the north tonight. Looking down the seven game losing streak and hopefully store the first goal of the game with the team running out of answers and season the mandate tonight should be a simple one come to play. The best game you could possibly play and play it for all sixty minutes. John Wiedeman along with Troy Murray. We are here at the bell MTS in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Chris Boden is standing by. And Blackhawks central we want to welcome. You into our broadcast the Blackhawks and the Winnipeg Jets they have no choice play the best. You can. Or you're going to be looking at an eighth straight loss. Troy and seems like that they've been trending in that direction tonight could be that night. Hopefully, they get rewarded for some of the effort that they've been putting in here as of late. I think the confidence level is a little bit. Unstable. If you wanna call it that they need to build on something positive that they worked hard, but they haven't got results. So if they can find a way to get some results in this game because you're putting her solid good hockey team. And it's going to be tough. But if you can find some results, you could certainly build on that. All right. Let's get to the injury report. Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue shield, Illinois, the car to carry through it all at Artem Anisimov to the list with concussion symptoms. Gustav forsling. He's got the shoulder situation. He's out day to day on injured. Reserve in Davidson, of course, remains out of the lineup on injured. Reserve with rehab for knee surgery. Let's get to tonight's keys to the game. Sponsored by Bud Light rays, one for hockey toys, got those. Thanks, john. The first key is getting off to a good start would have picked was not happy with the start that they got against the Philadelphia Flyers, and they were really focusing on getting off to a better start here tonight against the team that really has struggled in that area. Second key is the matchups paul-marie says the last night. Changed in the last game. It was a big effect and the jets winning that hockey game tonight. We'll see how those matchups goes the third key is a special teams you need some production. But you gotta stay out of the box Olympic very dangerous on their power play. All right, Troy, thanks for those keys and right now, we're going to send it down to ice level in pick up our national anthems candidate. Tones. Lead.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So plenty of chances to see it up performing with you whom Tyler newness Hamilton Turner. And amanda. Has. I'm sure I murdered her name. Well, hopefully, not. Right. So two men two women two couples couples sometimes yes. And we we mix it up we mix it up a lot. So there are some scenes that would include a couple and some were we've added a third character, our guest, Italia, para and her husband Bill. He's an artist he'll be showing in at the warehouse Twenty-one is part of the lobby as part of as part of this wonderful this couple's contribution to the arts for for the holiday season. When did you write this? When did you finish? I finished it in two thousand fifteen had had a public workshop at that point. But I wrote it over a period of a couple of years because in fact, the inspiration for most of the pieces within this full length comedy came out of a mislocate heart's column. So I started reading this lonely hearts in the newspaper. And I thought oh these poor people are so messed up because of course, everybody who's writing in for lovelorn advice has some kind of a crisis. They don't print them if they aren't. That's right. So you can't make this stuff up as they say. And so I would take these these questions that were being asked to miss lonely hearts and imagine the moment of highest crisis within the question, they were asking, and that's the basis for the scenes there are how many seems altogether seventeen seventeen seventeen scenes, but some of them are are full like well, some of them are very fast a couple of minutes and some of them are up to ten fifteen minutes of the entire player Intel on the entire play runs. Two hours with intermission. There is an admission there is an intermission between seen nine and seen. Actually. Yes, exactly seen between nine and ten. Have you seen this? I've seen bits and pieces of it. And I just see the there is initial reading a few years back. Were you aware when she when she's reading miss lonely hearts and coming up with this idea? Oh, yeah. She mentioned it to me. But you know, the world as you know, in the news is often, creating all kinds of ideas for stories people see stuff and sexually just work that out a little bit. And you've got a great player. Great novel, right? Youtube been married for how long twenty two almost twenty. Twenty two almost twenty two years. Nineteen ninety six to two thousand eighteen are we here? Pretty sure. We met in Winnipeg we moved here from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada three years ago. And we were both teaching at universities. Oh, you know, we were teaching at different universities in the same city. Okay. You were teaching theater. I was teaching theater writing theater and Bill is teaching art. He was teaching. He was head of printmaking. He's also taught designed painting Botha born in Canada. Yes. Lovely country. Right. A lovely country with friendly full. You just have better weather here. Yeah. It's a nice town it nice town. And I think that you told me tell you, I said how you know. Why did you come here? You said you came here because he came here. That's right. That's right Bill. What did you to Santa Fe? Well, I was like the south west. So that was kind of like a male kind of idea about something that I liked wide open spaces with the lion or the lady article in the southwest or the fact that it's kind of the wild west. Well, the adobe just a lot of things that I remember, you know, seeing images from architectural digest, you know, showing pictures of people's homes and things the, of course, Giorgio kief being a visual artists. Everybody knows about Georgia keep moving here. So in my case, I realized it was time for a change. I've been working in the same city for a long time. Now, did my graduate work in Indiana in Bloomington. And I also lived in Wisconsin. But. Having had most of my teaching career in in Winnipeg at the university of Manitoba. I just felt it was time to. For a fresh look at the world and different environments. So do you vacation down here? Take some trips down here to scope it out before you. Yeah. We did several excuse me. Trips down here in the summer, you know, just count it out. Yeah. We knew some we knew a few people here as you probably know Santa Fe is kind of a place for people move. Right. They come from the northeast or they come from the mid west coast everywhere. Usually, you know, it's after a vacation or to, you know, people come here for balloon fiesta or something like that come up to Santa Fe. You don't get a taste of and go go back some time and it takes a little while. But people a lot of people end up here. I'm meet people like that almost every day. They're on their fifth trip in the next one. They know they're going to be looking for property. They just don't know. That's right. Looking at through the papers and going through the classifies interesting. That's exactly what we did. Just browsing. Oh, that's exactly what. All right. We'll come back. We'll talk more about the plane. We'll talk about bills art what he does. And he will be showing. And we'll see if he sells and all that kind of stuff. It is seventeen minutes have two o'clock wanna get in touch with me want.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Back to the place here in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada, John Wiedeman along with Troy Murray for Chicago Blackhawks hockey final score here tonight. The jets held on and won six to five over the hawks. And before we send it away for break. I kinda gave you the roll-call of how it happened. The one thing I did not mention is the line that we were talking about a little while ago of the jets the line centered by Mark shy flee with Blake Wheeler on the right and Nikolai healers on the left produce nine points in this game. Healers had a hat-trick shapely in Wheeler each had three assists, and they were rocking and rolling Patrick line. All by the way picked up a pair of goals. And he now leads the NHL and goals along with power play goals and the Blackhawks just got behind in this game. And Corey Crawford. You have to feel for the guy he's doing his level best to keep this team in a position where they can win hockey games. But he's just not getting the kind of support right now that he needs. And so the Blackhawks need to get ready to go play the Nashville predators on Saturday night down in the music, and that's not going to get any easier for the Blackhawks you look at your talking about that shapely line shapely head three assists in the game. He was on for all five of the even strength goals that the Winnipeg Jets for half the hat in this game. Obviously the the power play goal by line. Ain't nobody gets a plus minus in that situation. Palmer, he's had the last line change, put Lowery up against Jonathan tapes. And that was just a shutdown checking line with Pearl tan of they didn't excellent job of really quieting Jonathan tapes in this. And and got the better of him in the face off circle by quite a wide margin. You.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"You know, he's got a Cuban heritage. And he's from Miami. And he's got this whole tool five going three or five going Nick Diaz is. From from the the west part of this of this country. And you know, he's got sort of the same swagger going on. And they're both strikers very exciting. They both not only are they brawlers. But at the same time, they're also very technical technical technical brawlers, they like to stand. They also have good jitsu background. They're not afraid to talk trash in just feel like that's a super exciting. Yeah. They're the guys who came up the right while in terms of professional ranks came up, the the system, you know, they're tough as nails. They don't take shit from anybody. Nope. And but they can do it all to your point hor taken strike he can wrestle. He can do jitsu a Knicks. Probably better as grappler. But never made context. Hora is certainly no slouch. And yeah, I love this. I love this fight for all the reasons that you do I think that this fight is incredible. It's a good opportunity for. May maybe the Surani win is a signature win. But this would for sure be the biggest one next been gone for four years. I think just pumping him into a title fight. I don't know how much that really makes all the honestly financial you could probably make it work. I think it'd be an exciting for the fans would tell us exactly where Nick is and his career ceres. I was interested in having been aspirin five hundred zero. You beat Horia asthma. Man. You are you're a good fighter. So that would tell us exactly where Nick sat. I I'm not saying it's the best fight. I'm not saying it's the perfect fight. But it's a damn good. One of my like it by the way, apparently orange park, Florida a suburb of Jacksonville. There you go. Interest. Nobody cares. All right. So let's keep a Florida themed. All right. He got into Sandria from Gainesville, Florida. My question, do we think been Akron is trying to create many rivalries as possible? So that he can stay relevant and become maybe as poplar Conor McGregor. What do you guys state? I personally think. Yes. So I mean, oh, thanks guys. The planting seeds, right? That's one of the most. Not the most. But definitely overlooked aspects of the game. Everyone just talks about their next opponent. And that's it. And if you try to ask them other questions, they go. No, I'm just focus on this fight. I mean, you've done fighter interviews you. Try to be like, oh, so what do you think about this norm? Only focus on my fight renting. But Ben aspirin is going out. There Gregor did when he was coming up, and he's just calling everybody out and just getting into into arguments with with everyone onto on Twitter just spray in that block with the K forty-seven. Right. Everybody gets a shot. Yeah. You're right. It's like, oh, this rivalry falls through. I've got that one that one that one remember chill, son. And what he was trying to get a with Anderson Silva after every win he would barely even talk about what happened that night at least with Joe Rogan. And it'd be like Anderson Silva, you absolutely suck or whatever he was going to say maybe at the post five press conference where he's talking to the media. Well, then he pulled off the mask a little bit. And so it'd be more of himself, but he stayed on message picking fights or he was picking a fight with Vanderlei or he was picking a fight. He was always picking fights with somebody. So that when that Phil through the next one was up and ready to go, and it's obvious would bins doing now being as popular as kinda McGregor. But you got a lot more fights to pick than just Koby Covington and Darren till, but yes, the ideas he's trying to open up his option. Nhs super smart from his Spartan. And he's been doing it for for quite a bit too. All right. Let's talk about Alistar over who fights. This weekend's does not forget about that. Dan, max from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. I'm just asking question about ouster ovary if you're gonna lose this weekend. Where do you think he would go from here given his walk the Kurdish plate, but then a lot to newcomer in the USC? Thank I have a great day. So this is people are not really aware of this..

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on KSRO

"Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hi, art. Yes. Oh, amazing. I've got a pretty good to what's going on good. I want wanna hear it. Where are you? Oh, I'm in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada winter Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Yeah. Yeah. That's almost hard to say Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Let me the province and Canada's that accelerated in the north. Yeah. Yeah. Let me hear you say unique New York three times fast, unique New York, unique New York, unique New York must be something about Canadians. You're the first one is ever done that. All right. What's on your mind? You're talking. Are you guys still talking about this strange risk flesh-eating disease or my hearing a recording on my radio show? We're talking about that. Oh, okay. Well, I've got a really interesting theory. I'll start with the frogs they view you've you've noticed that mutations in the. The media's briefly touched on that. I meant to mention I've got it in the other room someplace today it rained frogs. Yeah. I forgot to bring. Well, are you still okay? Yeah. Well, what's I I know exactly what what what's causing raining frogs? But I do know why they're mutating, and it's the UV rays there steadily, increasing and and. Why you maniacal? By all means don't take anything. I say for for truth until you find out for yourself and your first of all, you're absolutely correct. That is exactly what's causing mutations. They were saying that it was some sort of from snakes, you know, or bull. You wouldn't even believe what they tell us here. Winnipeg we had it on the front page of our newspaper. They were saying this boy had a frog in his hand. And he was saying he's not a freak. He's my friend, and they interviewed the head of the zoology department. I believe it was either the university of Manitoba or the university of Winnipeg one of the other, and he had said that this was just a curiosity. But it's it's substantial. Satch substantiated facts going back. I believe all the way back to nineteen seventy eight and tests after tests have confirmed this what they did was they just took some what do they capitals, the eggs in the in the Pont put a UV Bill UV filter over half of them and not the other and not the other end. Of course, what ends up happening is the ones with the filter surviving become healthy, frogs, and the other one's become mutated actually, a high actually the results of that tests showed that a very high percentage of those exposed simply died the few that lived mutated. Yeah. Yeah. Well, another thing another thing. That's very interesting is the way the UB b is indexed like instead of giving us the no watts per meter reading. Now, that's the number we need instead of getting us that they play all these games to justify their jobs like in Canada and the machine would cost less than two hundred dollars first of all to measure, Milwaukee per meter instead here in Canada, they're done in only two cities Montreal and in Toronto, and they do the readings for the whole country, and they're not even based on any local daily readings. They they factor in elevation. I know I know you watch the day will come when they will be giving regular UV danger indexes and people will stop going outside. Well, and before you know, what they're going to be eating at Dame survive it causes cancer. Like, it's it's extremely serious like another. And that's partly why I think it's. You know, we have alternate energy sources and we've had alternate energy energy sources for over one hundred years. It's amazing. Because a lot of people are familiar with these things like tesla. Free energy hundred. Listen, listen, I'll just finish. That are just finished. The the don't start me on that. Because there's no reasonable current free energy device that you can go out and get until there is there's buses in Vancouver. There's buses going. They run just on hydrogen. But one other thing about the frogs, though, frogs that are are the Devon devastated. The first the first ones that go extinct are the ones that have the less. The least amount of photo ways in foliage is an enzyme protects the DNA from the radiation. And when when when you have the mutate mutations happening with radiation enzyme goes in there and corrects it now, the the little the smaller amounts of that enzyme. You have the more mutated you as a species will become all, right, but. All right. To leave the line now, sir. Thanks for. All right. I appreciate the call. Thank you. Now, maybe there will be there'll be a campaign to get us used to the fact that frogs have you know, like eight or nine legs. He's not a freak. He's my friend. Look at him bumpy. Little frog all nine legs. Aren't they? Nice. East of the Rockies. You're on the air. Good morning. Good morning, art. Where are you? Pray. Tell this is Ron in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Yes, sir. Chat Bill or the art bell chat called coordinator for Sioux Falls. Yes, sir. Wow. Welcome to the program. Yeah. We are just having our second meeting coming up here. A little over a week. These things are proliferating all over the place. We're number twenty eight numbers are you really number twenty eight. Yeah. Anyway of glad to have you. Are you going to have a speaker? Not yet but heroin what one of your guests coming up by like to get a hold of him. Maybe which one Steve Gibbs, Stephen Gibbs. You wanna talk to Steven. I think he would be ideal for a chat club. And when I call Stephen probably tomorrow, I will ask him about exactly that how about hey. Okay. I'll send you an Email with my Email address. All right. And that I've talking to him. And unfortunately, my information hasn't gotten up on the web yet. But oh, it'll make it. Oh, I know that they're they're updating that as quickly as possible when we had our first meeting we got preempted here locally when he was on because of basketball game went late. But I did get a couple of people show up that hurt it at five o'clock in the morning. Oh, yeah. The late broadcast. That's right. All right. Well, listen on time listener, sir. Listen, why work every night? So all right. Well, generally, I found thank you talk radio. Mix. Whatever you're doing go faster. I don't know what I'd do without talk radio driving at night. I. That's when I listen when I dry, and I love driving, and I'm I think I'm a nocturnal human being, you know. All these years of doing this shift. I don't like driving during the day. I wanna drive at night. I'll give me night any day compared to the the daytime. Think I might be mutating. She's there is a thought after all these years. Maybe I'm mutating into some sort of nocturnal half feral human being first time caller line. You're on the air. Good morning. Good morning. Ooh. That's a good morning. You're going to have to yell at me. Where are you? I am in Saint, Catherine. So I will not be here long. No, really, how call myself because I'm looking for an honest, man. All right. Where are you? You're you're leaving there. Because of what I have. Maintained.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"I hope danish right that's an accurate prediction hey look i love seeing them punks willingness to try something new boli try something new to compete on an entirely different canvas but let's be honest at his age and skill set i o that phil brooks looks elsewhere for another new challenge i do not see punk ever ever being fulltime for any wrestling company again so sure did their chris jericho thing at this stage is life and his most recent experiences in the pro wrestling is plus the fact that you know he's not in a in a cashstrapped situation got you got nothing left to prove he doesn't over the wrestling fans anything he's given all to you what more do you want how many more years so he's got a lot of marketable skills does phil brooks i think it'd be a great broadcaster and mini areas you've got a lot of interest but see puck is as gordon solely used to describe cowboy bill watts and florida championship wrestling when gordon would say well the big cowboy is a strange 'nigma that many simply do not understand well i haven't seen the much ballyhooed new japan dominion show by read enough about it and talked a lot of folks including don cal share today who are involved to know that the event was extraordinary in every sense of the word now josh barnett and i will be voicing these matches over for access tv in a few days as a matter of fact for airing on friday nights at eight seven central i purposely have not watched them bone frame of it too subtle precondition myself for our call i don't want to i want to own micatin organic organic as i can in that environment of doing voiceovers and i'm happy to say that arguably the hottest wrestler in the world they knew i w headway champion kenny omega from winnipeg manitoba canada will be our guest on us broadcast and a couple of weeks so and we'll talk to john callous more about kenny omega goes hey they go back a long way a little bit later program he and kevin kelly did a great job of.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the night for our good friend chris boden who diligently got us through blackhawks central pregame through the intermissions and hey he and brian are going to get you through the cj wilson mazda chicago blackhawks post game show that's it for now one more time the final score from the bell mts place here in winnipeg manitoba canada was the blackhawks five and the jets one for everybody i mention i'm john white him and thanks for tuning in this has been blackhawks hockey on seven twenty wgn has got post game activities let's get it to him right now luke kuhn tonight math please mr cj wilson mazda post cox radio seven twenty wgn which again mayors chris voting 48 hours ago the blackhawks said not one more than two games in a row this season they got the third in the overtime victory over the florida panthers and they notched up to four tonight with big five one win over the jets in winnipeg air now 13 in four all time hit winnipeg's since the jets moved back up there once the atlanta thrashers franchise was move so the blackhawks now 1611 and five on the year as lots of heroes in tonight's game and cory crawford should not be overlooked this is the fifteenth time this season he has allowed to or fewer goals and his guys got him a cushion tonight probably some some nice nice feeling there for corey crawford after the blackhawks worth three times in the first ten and a half minutes of the game welcome every one of the cj and mazda chicago blackhawks post game show i am chris boden anlysts gets a nights post game story line sponsored by wintrust humidity banks find your local wintrust community bank had wintrust.

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"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"winnipeg manitoba canada" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Now lives now them them he rules in lino robert skull nicky in winnipeg manitoba canada wrote the lyrics joe arrow great show arrow sang the song really lovely by the way home before you get to the mailbag eight you forgot to mention year round up of your honour last night how you opened your remarks with a pitch regarding jack if you didn't get it we're at the corner of jennifer and it makes me laugh in i was in new orleans people know about chatter including zack widows of new brunswick new jersey who bought me a beer at the aaron rose irish pub grid i love you on the show and i want to go to chatter so shattered before we get into the mailbag i wanna say thanks to tim kirch in chuck todd james carville coming on the show today let me thank the sponsor seeking ziprecruiter and blue apron remember to listen and subscribe to new in archived episodes of the tony kornheiser show wherever listen a podcasts including apple podcast spotify and google play if you listeners out there i tunes leave us a review run darling pop up podcast and i'd 630 oh yeah yeah yeah we're going to hail zone yale zone he was great in the game last night heaven earning potential yet through he'll be here i think so from erica languid morning today's a very special data's majid khan lee's birthday and you know what she wanted to do she wanted to see tony in the guy so please look out into the crowd this morning and start yelling naji maglaj magnus heads up.

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