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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Lori and Julia
"So what's new in your world Producer Scott Rudin plans to step back from all of his upcoming projects after his former staffers accused him of abusive workplace behavior routine first set over the weekend that he was stepping back from his Broadway endeavors, but today added that he would also stop his work in other media as well. Ex employees first made their allegations against route into the Hollywood reporter earlier this month, and Dakota Johnson is set to star Netflix is retelling of Jane Austen's novel Persuasion. Persuasion was the last novel written by Austin and this federation is promising to be a modern woody approach to the source material. Damn hand on what would have been Luther Vandross, his 70th birthday. Singers being celebrated with an original Google Doodle Animation, You could go to google dot com and it's with Vandross is 1981 debut solo single, Never Too much serving as the soundtrack viewers are taken on a trip through highlights of Andros, his career so a nice way to celebrate his art today. Right. That's all the dirt this hour for more took out my talk one of 71 dot com or download my talking up a brand new information, my talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Well, here we go. It is the lorry and Julia show on Tuesday, April 20th, some called 4 20. Go with April 20th today and we're.
How to Create a More Powerful Backstory
"Chairman. A story of how you got to where you are today pussy unique stamp on who you are and how you figured things out and also creates very importantly opportunity to start building trust with your audience. Think is somewhere you regularly signposts people to today can find out who you are and how you go to now. This whole thing doesn't have to be solely focused on an about us page. It's opportunity a thinking about the various touch points where you could offer people to chance to find out more about you. Backstories are important in you. The media community. Most people know me for you. The media for new connections that wants to a bit more about the media. There is this scrapbook page. The goes through the years and the milestones is on the you all the media dakota. Uk website in the about us. Section is somewhere you subscribe as always signposted to secondly when people joined the community. I make a point of checking out there about pages to find out more about them in this year the media. We'll look at how you can give yourself a powerful backstory. That in an of itself lends meaning to everything you do as much recently said us every single interaction as an opportunity to tell a story that is right. Relevant interesting timely entertaining. Eventually people will share your story with others taking a step away from your business talk about you. The way to look at it is this. How does your about page contribute to creating and developing trust. How'd you make sure someone knows. They made the right decision in getting to know you. Sometimes all it takes is taking the soul of from the outside looking in perspective to tighten up the copy on your bio the website pages. The you the media story how we from twenty thirteen to twenty twenty one remind people the a lot has happened but that it's old how to flow constancy and trajectory to it. Is that people's mind arrest offer assurance that they've come to the right place and communicate. How much work has gone into building community and its knowledge. Base
Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Drew Garabo Live
"Red triangle on it. This is THC with an exclamation point to let you know Utah allows a gelatinous cube or gummy as inedible but prohibits cookies, Brownies candy. And anything that has an appearance that could be appealing to Children. North Dakota currently has an all out prohibition on edibles, so I think it just depends. I mean, they fought for it. It didn't come until much later here in Florida, and remember when we were it moved doing the podcast. They told us There is a concentrate that you can get from marijuana called crumble and the state wasn't even allowing them. You don't eat it, you smoke it, But they weren't letting them sell crumble because they thought people would think that that was some sort of cookie based product calling it crumble. So they've come a long way. But at the same time I kind of get it. We shouldn't Let me not make it look appealing to kids and really battle with this frame of thought, because I know that alcohol and weed are very different, but at the same time, there's a small equivalent to be drawn. Where if you said, Hey, we're putting together this really cool, hard seltzer, But we're packaging them in little pouches. OD Pop. That's a Capri sun s O n on it, And it's all on the up enough. I mean, it's still It's dangerous, and it's And it's bad. You know, The only reason you make the packaging appealing is so people buy it off the shelves. You're selling that stuff. Two stoners who would buy it if you drew poo poo on there, they don't We don't care that it looks authentic. Like Willie Wonka's nerds You could say Big Placid wiener candy, eat it with a big picture of an uncircumcised. Big flash, said Weiner. Well, I mean, you know, still tear it open and chow down. It could be that there's some kind of advertising as well. So that's all say if you want to know what's going down to the sending compound tonight. Yeah, I'm about to tell you all right. They dropped it today on 4 20. It's only right when the perfect cross section of the things you love in life come together. What you get is the new who, Lou Docuseries. Sask Watch, which is built around journalist David Hold houses account of one very.
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota
"You see macaulay. Culkin had had his first kid with brenda song. I had no idea that he he and brinda song. Where a couple we'll either. I was surprised and shocked. And i was like okay brenda. She's got a thing for the other guy. She dated was miley cyrus brother. Who was in the band intro station. And he that is a weird looking scrawny white dude. I think that is the same guy that she was dating. But macaulay culkin. I mean if that doesn't make you feel old. I don't know what does he got it. He got well he is old though. He's he should already been having kids. How old is he. He's probably in his mid thirties late thirties. But i don't know you just picture kevin on the cover of home alone calculus forty forty Hooked up with london tipton. hope everybody just kind of lexus. He said he's forty and alexis. Because just wrap it up. Let's live for your forty two forty year old man. She's thirty three. He brinda songs thirty-three. He's forty you date a guy who was forty or thirty now. He's macaulay culkin colleague. Kalkin though
Fresh "dakota" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Gonna be slow off the 11th Street Bridge toward Pennsylvania Avenue crash response should be blocking the left side. Look for delays off the Southeast Freeway across the Anacostia. They're going out down through Northeast. It's heavy and slow in New York Avenue, doing the Arboretum and South Dakota Avenue about a mile before the Anacostia Crossing. Outbound on 50 New York Avenue getting by work zone, but only at last report in single file fashion to the left. If you're going from Georgetown to Roslyn, Auntie Bridget's gonna be in slow fashion because of the work zone in Fort Myer Drive near 29 year old getting by that one or two lanes by staying to the right and up above Rock Creek Park on the Glover Bridge, the bridge that carries Massachusetts Avenue over Rock Creek. The bridge work with only one lane, getting by once again, backing up on waterside drive, Turn onto waterside drive and embassy row. The Beltway Maryland outer loop between 202 and 50 had one broken down on the right side. Baltimore Washington Parkway South out after powder mill. It was one disabled on the left side crash reported in Brookville on Georgia Avenue. Brookville Road Police Beyond scene directing lot of Beltway in Virginia outer loop between Route seven. I 66 near I 66 There is a crew working along the right side after the left exit, or I should say after the right exit toward I 66 that is backing traffic up on the outer loop. Think that's gonna be a work stone. It is definitely a work zone, slowing the pace through Alexandria, outer Loop local lanes after telegraph there blocking the left lane 95 south out of Prince William Parkway. The crew should be picking up North found afterwards 17th element they were still working in the left travel lane. You don't want to pay more when you don't have to. At Echo Park. They echo that Find next vehicle at Echo park dot com. Echo Park Automotive Lower prices Higher Quality Better experience, Dave Don't nine w T o P. Traffic. Were echoing the sentiment that it's a gorgeous day around here. Let's go toe Lauren Records upper seventies today, Lots of sunshine, a little breeze and maybe a stray shower west of the Blue Ridge Mountains overnight fifties and then tomorrow a few light showers in the morning, But the bulk.
Satanic Panic Hits the Shoe Market
"From one. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday april thirteenth. Every so often we get to cover a business. Were on this. Show this just a bit of a head scratcher and today's story is just that it involves a very successful rapper. A very successful company and a satan themed shoe allegedly made with drops of human blood. See i told you it's a head scratcher. You may know of the aforementioned. Rapper lil gnaws x. His country rap song old town road sat atop billboard's top one hundred chart for a record nineteen weeks and catapulted. The rapper to notoriety now allows x has a new song out and the accompanying video has sent viewers into a tizzy in the video for monteiro. The rapper descends into hell and dances with satan himself. Social media erupted with reactions to the video which yes includes sexually explicit references to the bible and satan so horrified was south dakota's republican governor christie gnome that she tweeted about the controversy saying quote we are in the fight for the soul of our nation unquote quote but the video release was only part of the album's promotion lil- knows ex partnered with new york based art collective mischief to make a shoe naturally called the satan shoe. It's a black athletic shoe. Embellished with a pentagram allegedly contains a drop of human blood in the soul and it has one other unmistakable feature a nike swoosh now mischief is no stranger to messing with major brands. That's kind of its stick. The collective previously bought a robot dog from boston dynamics outfitted with a paintball gun and created an app that allowed people to control the robot. And it's gone. This move drew. Ire of course from boston dynamics the group
Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Consumer access tunnel or corporate animals number 13 35 record unless number six by 233 equal housing Lender Relations in Alaska, Hawaii, Georgia, Massachusetts not to go to South Dakota or you don't. WCBM news Time. One of three Michael Philip Ellie on the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center With the headlines in the News this hour, Maryland State police arrested a 25 year old man for possessing and distributing child pornography. Acting on a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. State Police launched an investigation of 25 year old Nathan Lindgren in March. A search of his home led to his arrest. Maryland continues to set the bar for vaccination efforts. As of yesterday, nearly 82% of residents over the age of 65 had been vaccinated. In the meantime, well over half of the state of received at least one dose data shows. An average of 65,000 doses are being administered each day across the state. Police want to know how a baby wound up in the back of a toad car from Baltimore County. On Sunday evening, the vehicle was taken to a tow truck lot on Fairlawn Avenue around 7:30 P.m.. Police have confirmed the baby was found inside, but it's unclear how the child ended up there. No word on the baby's condition or the parent's identity in sports. Pro hoops Bradley Beal scored 30 points dollars batons made 63 pointers in his return from paternity leave. The Washington Wizards beat Oklahoma City Thunder 1 19 to 1 Oh, seven. The Wizards of 15 straight matching a season high and seven of eight to claw back into playoff contention in the Eastern Conference. The Wizard's host the Golden State Warriors tomorrow night, Your Weather Channel forecast is next. Not sure how to use your steamy peak says Gimme. Gimme, Gimme.
US federal court to decide fate of Dakota Access Pipeline permit
"Representatives of the standing rock sioux tribe. Say the biden administration should take action against the dakota access pipeline standing rock and three other tribes have sued the us army corps of engineers for issuing an illegal permit for the pipeline under the trump administration. Now they say president biden should not leave it to the courts to decide whether the pipelines should be. Shut down victoria. Wicks reports brandon. Maui is a councilman with the standing rock sioux tribe. He says president joe biden should follow through on his promise to become a leader in environmental battles and protect the missouri river from potential. Oil spills. From the dakota access pipeline. So it's not just the right for us got enough to have access to those clean waters to ensure that those waters or clean the also millions of people downstream. Now he says president biden should do what other administrations have not done require. Us government agencies to sit down with tribes and nation to nation consultation and take seriously the expertise of tribal leaders. Maui made his comments at a news conference. Following an april ninth hearing in a dc federal court where a lawyer for the corps of engineers told the judge the agency doesn't intend to take action on the pipeline for at least a year after an environmental study has been completed in the meantime the pipeline operates without an easement standing rock attorney. Is john hassle men of earthjustice. He says in granting permits the corps of engineers has historically treated tribal consultation as a box to be checked haslemere says the corps should consult with tribes as an opportunity to learn if they had listened to the try from the beginning we considered where the pipeline was cited. This whole thing could have another federal court. Hearing is set for april nineteenth in the meantime hassle men in maui say standing rock will continue to pressure the biden administration to step up for national native news. I'm victoria wicks in rapid city. South
Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"From the opinion pages of the wall street journal this is potomac watch publicans head to the white house for a chat about a potential bipartisan infrastructure deal while progressives are urging president biden time. Welcome i'm kyle. Peterson with the wall street journal. Joined today by my colleagues w columnists kim strassel and bill mcgurn on monday. A handful republicans including perhaps most notably at mitt romney where in the oval office to talk with president biden about his His proposed plan for about two trillion dollars in infrastructure spending with infrastructure defined pretty loosely But it does seem like there's an appetite among some in the gop for a counter in the range of six hundred billion dollars to eight hundred billion dollars focused on those traditional steel asphalt projects. Here's what texas senator john cornyn said over the weekend. There's core infrastructure bill that we could pass. Let's do it and leave the rest for another day and another fight unquote kim. What do you make of that. And what do you give the odds of that kind of deal. Well john cornyn wasn't one of those at the white house You had as you mentioned mitt. Romney also john hoven. Who's a senator from north dakota Kay granger who's a house member from texas And carlos jimenez. Who's also republican from florida from the house Those are the four republicans. Were about five democrats there And yes supposedly. The discussions centered on doing it traditional infrastructure bill so that would be roads and bridges possibly also broadband More like six hundred billion to eight hundred billion and potentially with a different financing deal Maybe some sort of user fees or an infrastructure bank or one proposal is to try to Forest better tax compliance The the argument is that there hundreds of billions of dollars that go wanting every year because the irs doesn't take care of loopholes cetera. And you know both sides are going through this process. Because biden administration obviously has said that they want bipartisanship and the republicans who attended are that have expressed interest in working at the other side. I think the problem with all of this and why the likelihood of this is still very low. Is that Likely anything smaller like this would get. Maybe the support of a small group of senators and house members in the middle but probably still wouldn't get support from the vast number of very liberal members who want something much bigger or very conservative members who Think that even this would be too much money..
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
Fifth Circuit Court Keeps and Strikes Portions of Indian Child Welfare Act
"The fifth circuit court of appeals released an extensive opinion on the indian child. Welfare act after deliberating. For more than a year victoria wicks has more the indian child. Welfare act known. As igwe has undergone a thorough and multifaceted scrutiny in the fifth circuit court of appeals the resulting three hundred and twenty five page opinion upholds aspects of the federal law championed in nineteen. Seventy eight by south dakota senator james aber ask. The law's intent is to stop the erosion of tribal autonomy and culture when native children are placed with non native families. But the appeals court finds that native preferences for foster care and adoption violate constitutional protections for equality and that the law infringes on states rights and responsibilities in matters of adoption this appeal came about after a texas federal court found equal to be unconstitutional. A three judge panel at the fifth circuit reviewed that decision and ruled two. to one. To overturn the lower court appellants then asked for an unbounded review which in this case involves sixteen judges after deliberating. For more than a year the fifth circuit has now released its complex opinion in it. Some judges agreed unanimously on certain points. But not on others in some issues. Judges tied eight to eight and without a majority decision at the appellate level. The lower court ruling stands. This opinion is binding only on lower courts within the fifth circuit which comprises texas louisiana and mississippi. If the us supreme court takes up the inevitable appeal that resulting opinion will apply nationwide for national native news. I'm victoria works in rapid city. South
Wildfire in Theodore Roosevelt National Park triples in size
"The North Dakota Forest Service says firefighters working to further contain a wildfire in Theodore Roosevelt National Park that tripled in size on Easter. Who's working through the night Sunday in an area of the park with the fire threatens the C C C
Why There Is A Change Coming To Your Local Weather Forecast
"There is a change coming to your local weather forecast next month. The data that it's based on will be updated that will make the warmer climate literally. The new normal here's npr's jennifer. Ludden weather forecasters work off a thirty year average and it gets updated every decade right now. What's normal for temperature and precipitation is based on nineteen eighty one to two thousand ten. That's why we've all gotten used to this. Well temperatures for your friday. We'll be running about ten degrees than normal seven degrees above average yesterday. Look into tomorrow above. Normal temperatures will the past decade. Was one of the hottest on record mike. Pilecki of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says that will show up in the new averages called climate normals. They'll drop the eighties and wrap in the twenty tens. It was a very substantial upward trend in temperatures especially along the west coast of south and along the east coast. He says there were exceptions. Oh you can go to fargo north dakota. That would be a place where it's actually cooled a little bit if that's your interest especially in the springtime but the fastest warming places. We'll see a real bump up in their averages. Amber sellin is chief. Meteorologist at abc fifteen phoenix. Where she says last summer was incredibly hot. We set a record of fifty three days at one hundred. Ten degrees or hotter. The previous record was thirty three days so it wasn't even close what's more she says. In the entire past decade phoenix did not said a single record for low temperature now oddly after the update in may some really hot days or nights could become officially cooler than the new normal plans to take more time to explain all this. We're going to have to remind people especially this year. Hey if we're at one fifteen. That is five degrees above the average but remember this average has changed. This average is not what it used to
Voice of the Bison Jeff Culhane Speaks Highly of Trey Lance
"Hank, who is the voice of the Bison, North Dakota State Web trade, played Is with us and glad to have him. Jeff. Thanks for coming on. How are you? Hey, Mark, I'm great. Appreciate you guys reaching out and it's a pleasure of Sakia really appreciate being on the show. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, we're excited to have you. I think you know the average football fan. Is maybe still just starting the process of getting to know Trey, Lance and 40 Niner fans. You know if it don't Jeff, it's only been 45 days a year since they've realized Oh, wait a minute. We're in this Derby, so so tell everybody about Trey Lance. Well, I'll tell you what. Trey Lance is one of the more impressive young men that I've had a chance to cover and get to know and be around. It comes from a great family. In fact it father Carlton spent a short period of time I believe in training camp with the San Francisco 40 Niners after his college career was over at Southwest Minnesota State and Marshall, Minnesota. So there's a little bit of A brief connect there even though Carlton did not spend a ton of time in the organization. But Trey, you know the conversation about training. Lance is going to come back to his Experience that's going to come back to playing at the FCS level Mark, but I think what what stands out to me is one He checks all the boxes physically, and I've had the The opportunity to be around college football programs like the Brassica in West Virginia and cover power five in the Big 12 in the Big 10 and as he seen a C C And Trey. Lance has all the physical tools you need to succeed in the National Football League. But more importantly, mark He's a great young man. He's
Tennessee Flooding Death Toll Grows to 7 With Nashville Area Especially Hard Hit
"The National Weather Service has posted flood watches and warnings across much of the central part of the state through Thursday. The Nashville area was especially hard hit by flooding over the weekend. Hundreds of homes have been evacuated in South Dakota
400 homes evacuated, Rushmore closed amid South Dakota fires
"Wildfires in South Dakota have forced hundreds of people from their homes and have shut down mount Rushmore more than four hundred homes north west of Rapid City South Dakota were under evacuation with three separate fires burning in the black hills there are already reports of structures being destroyed and gusting winds were only making the situation worse governor Christie known traveled to Rapid City and call the losses tragic two fires burning near keystone forced the closure of the mount Rushmore national memorial through at least Wednesday hi Jackie Quinn
"dakota" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Ron. Why can't you just turn down the volume on your computer up. i can't hear you. It's one volume. My computer is one volume. Okay so i turn the volume. I turn down you about that. Road rage is unnecessary ron off. Everyone's email yeah. We don't know tardelli. It's everyone everyone you got me run. The people love you and forgive us because our timing was bad there and you were into serious talk and forgive us because we were fooling around. Tell the people admonish them correctly because our timing was bad there and we couldn't pull out after we started. Exc run you need to do this. Because parents taking their children to take pictures with animals inside the cage. It's disturbing it is disturbing is not only disturbing is so dangerous. They are so lucky that elephant then finger paint with his guts on the floor. Okay that elephant came over to investigate was alarmed but had had been given more time to think before the guy ran out. It could have really been tragic and then we would be talking about. Oh my god. I can't believe deals attack. This guy that elephant needs to be put down the and then it turns to be the elephants the bat the bat. Okay we got this. We can't we can't allow for human stupidity to you know 'cause such animosity towards wildlife because that's an ends up happening what ends up happening. We got in as the platform that we have here on this artist programs may people understand and i think people do understand because the comments i get an email from the listen. This this program are just now. I never had one comment come to me. That says oh this is stupid. You you're rollin. Everything has been god. Thank you for saying what you say. Thank you for doing this so you don't want. I'm really proud of listeners. At his broken they've done a great job in helping to you. Know spread the word about. What's the right thing to do and understand. We gotta learn to live with wildlife not fight against it also one of the things that we are very grateful for around here. Is that during this time that we have been floating around in the pirate ship and we should have resolution here at some point not too far away because this is winding down and where tired of paddling around here but during this time you guys. The audience has reached out again and again or looked for places where they can reach out to just support the show in a way that is actually financial and our only charity. So far is ron macgill's giant endowment which went from a small endowment to after you know some vigorous giving is now a large indefinite and one of the things that i wanted to i slice the slice picking it up three like supporting the jokes like supporting your endowment by throwing money at its erotic at central. It's wonderful and it helps the animals. But the reason that ron the reason we do this with. Ron is because he is someone who genuinely gives to the animals and most of the money in the endowment all of the money in the dom it goes directly to the animals not bureaucracy. Not anything else. But one of the things that i was talking to him about off. Air stu gods bring this on air and ask your thought. Because he's feeling a little uncomfortable about ron mcgill. Takes great pictures in the wild. And i think you should sell them as prince. He's like a professional photographer. He's very good at it and think in order to help raise more money for the endowment that people should have his artwork but he fights me on it. He doesn't want to do it. He doesn't want to to sell his art and i think he could make a good amount of money for his down if he did. Well perhaps they have some sort of meaning to him that he hasn't represented us or the audience. I do think it's a good idea what you're suggesting to him but there has to be a reason. Ron doesn't wanna do. it's young guys. i'm just. I'm not a good business person. I don't i don't deal with business. I am so overwhelmed by the amount of donations. I received listened. I cannot believe. I mean like it's been every state in the country except one including alaska and hawaii canada portugal around. I mean literally tens of thousands of dollars in committee past couple months and has been overwhelming And i've i'm answering every single one of those folks personally. I mean there's even a couple of macgill's couple people may mcgill. I couldn't believe it. So it's been overwhelming to me. Those people going straight into the endowment goodness of their heart. I just i. I feel like when i started selling stumping becomes a business and emmy for me. Money is the great caro- money starts making things fun and i have. I have a huge chip on my shoulder about. I would rather give a photograph away as somebody who i know really really wanted it then to sell so i don't i just don't feel good. I don't know i'm not good at that. I'm sorry i'm just not good at. I really appreciate your help and stuff. And i'm discussing announced yell at you. Everybody wants to yell at you right now. I liked lon-wrong. I'd like i i mean i like one name. The state of the state. Listen here north dakota. he's too good to go. But i'm not you north dakota. You should be ashamed of yourself for being cheap. North dakota and for not having the animals north dakota use stanton center. North dakota is now at war with the dan. Lebatardshow wins yes. Somebody needs to rise. Somebody needs to rise up and protect the name of north dakota as the only state in the union that sheep and doesn't care about the animals. They had a rough winter. They might be having issues. Just van please. Thank your south whereas south dakota show now yes. That's right. We ride for south dakota nortel. I want to go. Let's let's start really sorry known for north dakota berry you. Are you known for anything. North dakota other than snow. We are going to war with north dakota for not for being cheaper and not caring about the animals. North dakota all right. Let's take a minute for our friends over at ziprecruiter. Good news for die hard. Mlb fans you will be allowed to attend games this season when you sit in pods with your group. Sporting arenas are the only places that are slowly returning back to normal..
Noem Rejects South Dakota's Transgender Sports Ban
"Last night with Tucker One more time. Just briefly. A bill crafted by the South Dakota legislature banning biological males from competing and girls athletics or women's athletics. K through college, essentially Bill basically says, if you're a woman in a college in South Dakota, If you're a girl in K through 12 sports in South Dakota, we will not allow biological males to compete period. Christie nomination, initially said she was excited to sign this bill. Then ultimately, she ended up backtracking, she backtracked. Allegedly Because the NC double a said, if you do this We will basically Not recognized women's collegiate athletics in South Dakota. And some other business interests like Amazon and the Chamber of Commerce. Said You're going to give us, Fitz. You're going to give us heartburn. We're gonna lose a lot of business. Lot of professional. You know, our collegiate Sports and contracts and things like that will be broken with South Dakota. If you do this So Tucker header on yesterday to explain herself. Why was she initially excited to sign this bill? And then she backtracked because of pressure from big business with this was his opening question. And here's how she started. Well, That's not true, Tucker and thank you for inviting me to be on the show Tonight. I could sign the bill the way that it is today. On then also, But it wouldn't solve the problem and that's the real issue as I looked at the bill and examined it and have been discussing with legal scholars for many months and how to protect women's sports This bill would only allow the NC double a to bully South Dakota, and it would actually prevent women from being able to prove to participate in collegiate sports. So what I've done is I've asked the Legislature through a style every form. I'm sort of just for our viewers. I'm so sorry, Bill. Just back up for what's right for our viewers who haven't followed. This is closely how would this bill prevent women from playing in South Dakota? If you would Because what it would do is it would prolong the books that would allow the NCH to take punitive action against our state, and we're a small state Tucker. We've had to fight hard to get any tournaments to come to South Dakota. When they took punitive action against us, we would have to litigate and legal scholars that I have been consulting with. For
Agency reverses Trump-era oil rights ruling snubbing tribes
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the interior department reverses a trumpet royal rights ruling the Biden administration has withdrawn a trump administration opinion that would have stripped the mineral rights from the North Dakota tribal nation a memorandum posted Friday by the U. S. department of interior withdraws a twenty twenty opinion that concluded the state of North Dakota is legal owner of submerged plants beneath the Missouri river where it flows through the fort bristled reservation the new opinion favors the man Dan hidup set your record nations the mineral rights could be worth an estimated one hundred million dollars in unpaid royalties and future payments from oil drilling beneath the river hi Mike Crossey up
Gas prices escalate, what to expect in the coming months
"It's been ugly lately and in particular. I paid attention because poorly timed. I made a prediction a couple of months ago. That gas prices at least in the immediate future. We're going down. And they did the opposite and as many of us have experienced around the country gas prices have continued to escalate and there are three factors at work right now. That are pinching your wallet. I we're driving more. I saw federal driving data recently. Because well i guess they have nothing to do in my life that i looked at how it it bottomed out april of last year driving stayed substantially depressed and then as soon as the vaccines were announced the amount that people were travelling the trips. They were taking all that steadily increased so demand for gasoline has risen. Second we have been a massive energy producer of in the united states from the canadian border to the mexican border in this swath from north dakota to texas and a lot of exploration and drilling and production all ground to a halt. When if you remember during the pandemic there was a brief period. People were having to pay people to take oil from them because the world was so awash in it. So people shut down their production and exploration. This didn't just happen in the united states had happened elsewhere. And then you throw in that o pack plus the evil putin russians are manipulating supplies. Right now in the world to try to push prices up so we've got these three factors all affecting your my wallet. The good news is that as the price of oil has risen per barrel quite a bit up. Fifty percent the oil producers in the united states are out an active again and the amount of activity going on is rising weekly. We are going to generate significantly more oil every week. It's already started and we will continue to do so so our ability to depend on ourselves for the lion's share of energy we need in until the pandemic being a net energy exporter instead of importer that that sleeping giant is waking backup. So we're going to feel pain at the pump for a number of months and then by sometime in the summer historically july fourth is the point at which prices top and start coming back down and this year may actually matchup with historical and said the pain. You can measure months rather than a likely long-term higher pricing trend.
Spring Break draws crowds to Miami Beach
"Break. It is in full swing on some Florida beaches. Brooklyn Pepper came to Miami Beach from Ball, State University and Indiana. I've never been here I've been to like Northern Florida, so I wanted to do with Miami with about. I've always heard about Ocean drive and how it's lit. Well, Ocean drive is lit this spring break this pandemic spring break. There's no doubt about it. Pepper's friend, Dakota White was with her. White had been to Miami Beach before the pandemic, but says she didn't really have much of a good time. But she decided to give it another try with a friend, even during covert 19. Now it is more crowded. I'm loving it. And my friend is here, so I had to come and join the party. Of course.
Being a comedian during COVID-19
"You know, around this time last year, the Canadian comic Shawn cut hand was really trying to get his comedy career off the ground. He was going to a ton of open mikes. He was getting some paid gigs. He just performed a really successful set One night. I'm a single native in my thirties with no kids. Oh, I'm like a very white buffalo set that he recorded was about to send off to the just for last festival. You know, in hopes of performing there. We all know how that would turn out festivals and coveted Well, they don't really go together. So going from performing every week to now, having to step off the stage, Sean had to look to other outlets for his comedy. And one of those outlets strangely, and he'll tell you the story was writing his aunt's eulogy. I got to talk to Shawn cut hand. From Saskatoon. Hey, Sean, How are you? Hey, I'm pretty good. How are you? Good. How is this catch one tonight. Today has the house Saskatoon today. We're finally sitting above zero. So we're doing good. Yeah, you could take off the winter coat. Thank God. Hey. Yeah. Finally s o. I want to get an idea of how things were for you before Cove it last year. What was work like for you back then, just before covert. Um I actually went to Ottawa to be a talent associate further inspire words. And that was just just before things started getting like backstage at that award show. We're kind of getting in mumblings of like, Oh, we better not be hugging everyone. And then that finished and I came home to Saskatoon and the next week. That was gonna work down backstage after Juno's and it went from going backstage there the first day too. Don't touch anyone. Hand shakes aren't allowed no hugging. And then we did our first day of orientation. And then the next day, the Juno's were just canceled. I remember I was there, I would do you remember that day we all woke up thinking that the Jew knows we're gonna happen and everything was all right. And then the news just started pouring in. It was terrifying. Yeah, it's like way start like the whole stage set up the day before And then it's just like, Yeah, everything's done. What was your comedy life like Before the pandemic? It was going pretty good. Like I was getting consistent gigs. I had just finished the holiday season and I had done my first half hour at Yuck yucks, which was like a big milestone for me that I had been working on and then me and my buddy Danny night. We're running this open mic Sunday nights at The compromise, which is just a little hole in the law ball bar, and we kind of wood. Just it was like a gorilla open mic. I called it. We just showed up that like 6 30 set up a carioca machine and Didn't open mic at 7 30 on people in the room. Didn't really know what was going on. It's always a good way to do a performance. Sneakily. Yeah s O. I mentioned earlier that you said you did a bit of tape that you were going to send off just for laughs, Um, in hopes of getting to perform there. I want to hear a bit of that. Take a listen. If you just look at a yogurt parfait like if you just look at the cup, I swear it's got the answer to all of the statue in problem great there, you know, Because first you got the white yogurt taking up all the space. On then up top. You got the brown shattered and broken granola. But then in the middle, you got this sweet Barry is a reconciliation. E my guest, Sean, Better great comic from Saskatoon. What's it like to hear that back when you could do stand up? Oh, yeah, Like, like what I was saying, Like I was really happy with that performance like I'm actually gonna put it online for sale pretty soon. Because, yeah, I just want to share it around. It was a good recording and Didn't really get to get much use out of it. And just like, yeah, the crowd was Really amped up that night because I think they knew that they weren't going to be in public for a while. Yeah, And that was the same Sunday that the Jew nose was gonna be And the day after that performance was when lockdown happened. Wow, that's crazy. That's like hearing it, like hearing the Chernobyl or something like that. Yeah, Yeah, It's like a little time capsule. I think. Yeah, You know, I've been talking to a few comics in the past year, and it hasn't been easy to like. I feel like musicians have been able to do a live streams and actors have still been able to do some movies. I feel like this has been hard on stand up comics and really, you know, in a really interesting way, right? Yeah, like we really need audiences to develop our material and like even doing them on zoo Mike's with other comedians like it's just It's not the same. You know, because other comedians will Laugh at your stuff. Differently than an audience well and yeah, like I've been doing a lot of soon Mike's. I've been doing it with people from Chicago people from London, UK and Rome, Italy. Even it's been pretty wild on zoom right, because it's not the same. You don't get that that big collective laughter, right? No. Yeah, like a lot of people have their mikes muted and you're just looking to see like if they're reacting on this screen. Yeah. Don't let me go to you. But what's the story on this one? I actually heard that you did. You did stand up on your aunt's funeral for her eulogy. I'm about first off. I I know you guys were close. I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you. What was she like? She was Here is an amazing person. She was the type of person that would always tell it like it is, you know, even with just the look of her eyes. She should. She could tell you tell you how it is, and she was She was big into taking a stand Me in her pro tested a couple of times together and she was a fire keeper on her reserve, Aqua, sassy Mohawk Nation. And yes. Oh, this, uh During covert She passed away due to cancer complications. And what was there with her name? Joyce Caskey. Sorry you were saying so She passed away and you had a service for Yeah, we went to Ontario and we had like a socially distance memorial. And it was kind of different. And like the morning of the memorial, my my dad just kind of just left the eulogy up to me and I was like, what really was kind of like Trying to get some some information that I could use from her childhood or something and and like that, I think people were being kind of agency. But the info and that's what I just kind of like. I had some jokes that I had practiced that involved her. And then I just added a couple stories into it. And I ended up making like a like a little eight minute. A performance that was like part stand up part just speaking from the heart. How did it I mean, This is a strange question for a funeral that how did it go over? Yeah, it actually like, went pretty good, like you know, because it went from like Everyone was in like a somber mood. And then I got up to talk, and I acted like I was gonna talk serious. But then I just cracked a joke at one of the what one of the attendees of the of the funeral and everyone. Was just laughing. And then I told some funny stories about my auntie and It's pretty great, that's beautiful. I mean, I think we think about stand up is something that happens that kind of smoky nightclubs. And that's that's all good. And we think about funerals is just things that are too sad, you know, and that's all good to you. It's lovely. It feels like you were able to It feels like you were able to bring some joy to your family when they needed it through your craft, right? Yeah, when someone passes away, and people are in that stage of grief there kind of focused on on how that person passed away and I think it's important in those times toe, Remember how they lived and the person that they were And cherish those moments, and she's a part of the reason you did stand up it all right? Yeah. She gave me a lot of confidence in my stuff because it was like years to go. My brother passed away when I was 22. He was 20. He was 23. Yeah, and I ended up having to do the eulogy. With my other brother for that one. And that one was more serious and really hard. But I remember after that, my auntie, she was the first one to come up to me, and she was Really proud of me, and she told me that She could picture me being a public speaker one day. And that that compliment like always stuck in my head. And I'm now like Look at me what I do now, so it really helped me a lot when when this is all over. You know, please God, when when this finally ends, and you're able to get up on stage and start doing comedy again. How do you think you have been changed by this year? To be honest, I think I've gained a lot of confidence this past year because a bunch of US comedians from Saskatoon Led by Dakota. He bear way started booking shows and people's backyard on the weekends. And so we would go into people's backyards and do a private show and sometimes, like I I did a show for six people in Martinsville and like to be stand in front of just six people like you really got a perform and not make things awkward and So I think those performances really helped me and I like to get in front of new audiences again. I'm kind of excited toe. Skills. When you picture and maybe this is a good way to close things off when you picture A year from now. What do you hope it looks like for you. I hope that I'm just consistently hosting an open Mike every Sunday again. That's what I would like to do. Yeah. Well, I hope it happens. I hope you never have to go on. Zoom ever again. Yeah, Sean, thanks so much for your time. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Shawn cut hand is a stand up comedian who is also part of the Web series Satirical group, the feather. He lives in Saskatoon.
Carson Wentz Says Goodbye To Philadelphia Eagles, Welcomes Fresh Start With Indianapolis Colts
"Carson. Wentz officially introduced as a colts. Now that we're day into the new league year and went hoping for world. Class makeover in indy with frank reich. Who made a big bet on wins putting his career on the line bringing the quarterback. They were an excellent match before the colts. Well built around wins. So here's what went said today about his fresh start. You know you gotta just be intentional. One by one build those relationships and like you said respect is earned not giving so. I look forward to earning a lot of guys respect and You know i i. I'm confident that that will happen. Go trike. I'll never forget when i was working out in fargo north dakota before the draft. It was an instant that we just had this connection on how we see the game and how he challenge each other and ultimately make each other better super excited about getting to work with him again. Because i have the utmost respect for the man that he is also. The coach. study is as well guys here with you for the next hour as well as schefty didn't orlowski. Marcus spears matt miller will join us for a little draft talk later but let's get back to what we just heard from. Carson wentz introduced today. Dan alaska simply is this. How does he move. Forward was carson wentz's success this year. We'll start off the field. There are more questions than answers about him right now. So how is it going to turn the bad of last year into the good this year. What did you learn when it comes to relationships. How are you going to be better at relationships. How are you going to be better at leadership. How are you going to be better at handling the adversity off the field. I mean he just talked about earning the respect of his teammates and in the locker room. Think about this. He can go into that locker right now. This is what i would do if i was him. Sit down with those new coach teammates. How did philip rivers do it. Filled came from a different team and he came down year. What did he do. Endeared himself to you guys how did he earned your respect. What's what's stuff that that clicked with you guys because the reality is you don't have to sit here and say that you've got to be somebody or not. You can still be the genuine authentic person that you are but the reality is you should be ever changing. You should be ever-growing. And i liked the fact that he said. I've got to be intentional because the truth is this when september comes. No one cares about your excuses. Excuses or explanations you've got to figure out in the next five months in the midst of unique off season again how to earn. How do prove to your teammates that you're the guy proved to your teammates that you will take over this locker room and become part of it. That's his biggest challenge and once he realizes that off the field is equally if not more important on the field. That's when he can start to rebuild his career. Yeah no doubt. I think self awareness as well like the indianapolis colts need carson wentz to come and fix them as a football team he needs to. They need him to come. Add to what they already have going already building. And there's a amount of pressure on carson winston. He never felt in philly because of the situation. And he walks into. And they are frank reich as well like frank reich has attached is job to carson wentz internally him around and making him the quarterback that that can get team to where they think they can go but india set. They have a good offense around. Obviously they make moves at tackle. They have a good running back. Good receivers a defense that at the top level of the nfl last year. so carson winston is not coming into a bad situation this is a rehab for carson wins. This is not a rehab for the indianapolis colts. He needs to be aware aware of that as well. And look i wish and hope that carson wentz turns this thing around and has a lot of success. I'm just going to sit back and see how he handles the pressure. Because now you're on a playoff team. You're around got dairies. Linda put it out there right here to win. Don't care about what you have to say don't care about your past that these that transpired pencil tired about if you're going to come play for the indianapolis colts come to win. So there's a lot on the line of course a wins but there's also a lot on the line for the indianapolis colts football team as far as where they wanna go and a hell of a lot of framed right for sticking his neck out there to say i'm the guy that can get the carson that we saw in twenty seventeen. And if he is. The indianapolis colts are absolutely a legit super bowl contender.
"dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Episode. Thirty five of state of your podcasts. I'm your host. Chris and with me as always every single sunday because he loves my face boy. James was was going on. How you doing brother goodman. How'd you halloween. But my halloween was surprisingly pleasant. Wasn't really the neighborhood. I live in unfortunately It's a townhouse community. Until i move out to my rent. Yeah i live in a townhouse community and nice lake and everything like that. The security there for years wouldn't let kids triggered treat sucks But in recent years a lot of the elder residents unfortunately have either moved or passed on campus. A lot of new families have moved in with kids so year. We actually had kids so cool. We went down to the park. Set up table chairs and just handed out. Candy down there because down at the end of the block my my unfortunately my Petty is crapped out swapped to short chain kids but it actually caught me by surprise. Because i had to run out and get candy. Holy crap candy for like four years in a row and nothing. Oh i get stuck with it. That's why i'm three hundred pounds. It's a halloween man everytime halloween but no it was pleasant. How about yours was good. Man we had these amount of people come through You know last couple years last year it rained so we had less people that we thought This year we made the decision to buy candy like occasionally starting the first of october you know like every week we go out to the store and while we were there we pick up bags. We wouldn't like just last minute And then we do the whole social distancing thing so we created a pulley system from the garage to the end of the Driveway and there was a long pole. And i rigged up a I made a key. A drink caddy and put a ghost on it. And then i would send it down. So yeah it was. It was awesome. And if you so if you feel so inclined maybe you ought to share that little clip on our site. Yeah i think. I think i'll try to share not to the other ones just to say. Hey man this halloween ingenuity. Everybody loved all the kids. Got the kids. Some people some kids of course and younger ones didn't see coming. We'll and ghost. Was i had was lit up. I had read is. Oh oh hell scary. L. come flying at you. I mean i think we had a good year because normally we have a ton of kenya. Leftover and i hate that. Because i don't want to eat. But i do eat it But this year. I think we we. We made it a little individual bags. so we can make it easier to canyon go cool And i think we made sixty. I think we have like ten. Left does not bad. Yeah so you dished out man. Yeah got rid of it and yeah and then we have. Some people from neighborhood came over and they hung out for a bit and we just kind of talk in the driveway and awesome. You didn't take halloween from nope awesome. L. halloween awesome. I love that one. It's it's not going. I thought of any year there wouldn't be nothing going on. And this is actually the busiest year in my neighborhood. I ever saw. that's good. I love halloween. You love halloween absolutely. I can't wait to get my house and my land. Because i'm going to set up a haunted hayride stuff because i want to do all that. I'm going to hang stuff in the trees and we get some friends to help me. Set up a little haunting. It hasn't some candy and do something like that. Hopefully i'm gonna community area well when you do I volunteer to be a spooky scarecrow jumping ads corn year. In scaring the shit up people. No problem awesome platform orange. You've got to plan coordinate. Plans cones gotta be. High's elephants i. Yep that's right down. So yes so today. We're going to get into the state of north dakota north dakota one state in the union. I don't have any stories all. Because i never been there. That's it podcast is done through. Gotta night there yeah man. I haven't been there yet. Yeah i mean how the closest i got was you know of course south dakota and mapped it when i was about rushmore. I think i'd explain this episode. Yeah and i never got that far because it was like three hundred and forty eight miles drive that far just to get a refrigerator magnet. Not doing that's you know. Probably just buy one online and say you went there. you know. it's not to say no it's not. I'm gonna earn that. Shit on the north dakota mon gear north dakota. I did find out one interesting fact. Two times in history. They the state petitioned to change. Your name from north dakota to just dakota really. Yeah and both times was denied. No you're north. What'd you gotta do is convince out. Go to the drop their first name and just combined states and have a big state. Yeah would be good sized lot of empty space. Yeah tons but it's gorgeous about north dakota myself either. Just in general i mean. I don't know what's up there with north. Yeah just knows north and even go that is. I don't even know where it's is it near the canadian border. It is right on the canadian okay. That's what i was thinking about. Smack dab in the middle of the back of the us okay across the back and yes. It is right on the border. Because it's a long. They would like a idaho stuff which touches the border. Two years ago. I went on a forty seven hundred mile road trip and i didn't even get you close. You couldn't go on the x three hundred mosques. Make it a five thousand mile road trip. It wasn't in the cards. Oh but that's all right but you over the next year. Yeah yes the whole group has to say are goes group young couple of argos group people's on a road trip or when you go on a trip with people with a group have a consensus. Yes we're going to do that if not you're not doing it. I told them this is how it is I've rented the car okay. The car's going there here here here and here it climb in. I'm going whether you like it or not. I paid for the car gas everything so and then they gave gas money and stuff like that helped out. But i took care of the car because i was going to go anyway because like three hundred dollars a four hour trip. So that's that's a long way to like you said for magnet. Yes that makes sense. Yeah so unfortunately. I had to pass but that gives me another mission list right. I mean have been the canada to north dakota. How many states do you think you have not been to one. Just don't go to jail. And then you gotta go make a whole week of being just in north dakota yeah. Yeah and then after two days. I've seen literally everything in north dakota. So we'll do other style candida. Yup yeah i do need to make a decent visit to alaska. Because the one i did make was a joke. It was like on a ferry boat thing out of washington. You even get in on onto canadian land or you stay on the boat though. No no canadian passport. You get off the boat now have to have it or you can just sit. You can sit on the boat. You know canadian. Look i you know he did canadian. Light up your foot off the ramp and touch the dirt and and drag you. Sirens go off. Yup here comes deadly. Do right at american on our soil.
"dakota" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"I was like. You're the. Which should I do? And again. I mean, it became the People my information. So they can email me they facebook me the could whatever and I was getting constant stream from educators and. Different. People in businesses like this thing happened in, I don't know what to do. And I would try my best to respond or point them to resources that they could use. To be really honest at that moment, there weren't a ton of resources in North Dakota that I could point them to. But. I just tried to be this council and listen and try to change. I had just finished presentation for second third graders in Bismarck North Dakota. After the presentation I stayed and I was chatting with the kids and autographing artwork and there was this little girl that was really persistent to talk to me. It's like she locked eyes with me and should just be lined it. To me. And she marched up. And she tugged on my skirt. She looked at me right on my eyes inside. My Dad calls people like you the N. word. She said it. and. I just my tongue was tied might not in my throat and. I was frustrated and I didn't have any words but there's like fifty kids still around me and I still Miss North Dakota and that woman. And so I tried my best to answer in a way that she would remember because in my head I thought her dad has lost on me. I'm not going to change his mind, but I might be able to change hers. and. So I said. Well I don't like being called that word. And so even if your dad says You can choose not to. And she just said Okay and ran away. And that was the moment. But for me.
"dakota" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Means she qualifies to go back to miss. North. Dakota and get back on that stage and when she shows up, she doesn't have the stomach flu she hasn't been dumped she stays away from the Jalapenos. You were I. She. Wins. Third Time's the. Charm. I was wearing. Canary Yellow ballgown that I love that I picked out. And I got to talk about diversity and inclusion and. Even saying those things at that point which was in twenty twelve. It was welcomed and like we want to move forward with you and so. I mean when you watch back the video, our look at pictures of the moment when they say like, who is the New South Dakota and you see my face I think when I would envision myself. Winning hopeful they would win and my head I thought I'm GonNa be calm and cool and collected, and like these gorgeous pictures of me, casually Wayne Vang and I with was celebration gracious and so just perfect and I was an absolute disaster. Bell, to the ground I'm weeping on stage. I can see you can see people when you're on the state, and so I'm just looking is and thanking them and run back to the rest of the girls that I've competed with with now competed with three years. Some of whom are my closest friends and hug all of them and my crown starts to slide and I say to them I said I'm so glad that I have a we've and not a wig because my wig fall off and they're like, oh my gosh the first thing that you see is this and I was just so elated and and surprise, and I didn't know what was in store for me in the year but.
"dakota" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Felt like a part of my life's work is really to continue to share more about my experience. Man From North Dakota and the experience of being more inclusive and being more engaged in this work to create change like that is something that I have always had running through my head and so I felt like this was a platform in which I could do it, and the bonus would be can perform scholarship money. The bonus is that she also gets to perform and could win scholarship money and she did she eventually won enough to pay down her loans in their entirety she paid off all of her student debt with pageant money. And she decides to take another shot at Miss North Dakota, which means she needs to qualify again. So she asked to find another local pageant. I show up I am ready to win and I get first runoff which is set in place. And I was really devastated and I thought that was it like career done here is my sign off as you know badlands or whatever my title was. And I am done with pageants. That's what I thought. And Throughout that next year, which was my last year of eligibility and it just kind of something that was eating away like if you don't try it and just see what happens. You will always wonder if you could have had this opportunity. So on a whim I mean I woke up like on a Friday and there was a pageant on. Saturday. And I thought I'm just GONNA try it. Just GonNa do it. And see what happens and remember my mom had really been. She just kind of had this feeling like you need to try like you owe it to yourself because you were so close and you do so much good and she was just really. Should have this gut feeling like try to do something. and. So I went to that local pageant and one. That.
"dakota" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Telling you about nineteen, ninety, nine on the PODCAST, but were we're zooming way ahead to two thousand were really really moving past the ninety nine's into another stone cold classic from two thousand. It's almost famous Cameron Crowe's autobiographical. Drama comedy. Road Movie Rock and roll movie coming of age story of Comedy Tragicomedy I. It's so many things It's filled with the stouter and melancholy and sweetness throughout and it's one of my favorite movies and I'm so glad Dakota chose this one she like immediately when we asked her what she wants to talk about it was a no brainer for her, she clearly doors this movie. And I do too. It's. It's not those movies that is very repeatable. You can watch it over and over again there. So many fantastic scenes that I watched it again I'm like this is my hair see. No, this is my favorite scene. So performances that I love, I, mean, if you're not familiar with almost famous, it is, of course, the story of William Miller who really Cameron Crowe's d'appel Ganger, had Karen. Crow. Really live this kind of lifestyle he was A. A teen prodigy, a journalist and William Miller played by the Great Patrick Fugit. This was his film debut. It's a great performance. goes on the road was still water stillwater WED by Jason Lee is the frontman, but like the the guy with all the Mystique, the guy with all the I, don't know the gravitational pull is played by billy crude up in in really a career highlight of for him. He's perfect in this in this performance which was. was actually earmarked for Brad. Hit a much different kind of a movie a great movie probably in its own right. But I'm glad billy got the got the chance to play the role also features Zoe, Dash, anelle, kate, Hudson of course, amazing star making performance. If there ever was one frances mcdormand and the Great Plate Philip. Seymour Hoffman. Who I feel, it keeps coming up on this podcast and and of course, he does because he's one of the great. Great actors of all time This is a really fun deep die with a Coda. I've always enjoyed my chatswood Sokoto fanning Funny. This came just a few weeks after I caught up with Elle fanning different thing they're just together both delights in their own, right. So this was a really fun one for me and I hope you guys enjoy it other than that not much else dimension. I. Really appreciate all the Nice comments for the SAM. stir-crazy, which is still up of course on YouTube and on facebook and on twitter on that episode of my comedy. Central series seemed to really go over well with the fans on I really appreciate all the kind comments, and of course, don't worry. We will continue to make silly stupid things with. Sam For as long as he can stand me and I can stand him but no, Oregon. You know little more serious today with like a fun. But but but real dissection of like a great movie with the Great Dakota Fanning I. Hope You guys enjoyed this chat and remember to check out the alienist on TNT, Support Dakota and remember support happy second fuse, subscribe rate, review, tell, your friends, and in the meanwhile enjoy this chat with Dakota. Dakota fanning unhappy, second fused. I'll take it. However, I can get it even in these bizarre times. It's good to see my friend. It is good to see you to see you too So a bunch of talk about you've got the alias coming back on TNT I. Know that was a a you know a big undertaking. The second go round we'll get. Get into that. But as you know, happy second fuses change its focus because we're trying to give people some comfort and point them towards movies that we love, and you chose a good one Dakota a toddler before we get to the actual choice I, caught up with L. Recently, she said you guys washing a lot of movies were collected as a family. We have been. Yeah. We'll 'cause there's been some things that you know we would be talking about and like my mom actually never seen that you know and so then we'll start watching it. She's been doing like the marathons of like watching all of Paul Thomas, Anderson Movies from beginning to end and she's been very methodical about her China. Being But yeah. No, we've definitely found ourselves watching. Some old favors to finish the Batman returns puzzle. Did you finish the top gun? A JIGSAW PUZZLE? Did I'm not a puzzle person? That's that's else thing. Hey. Yes. My mom loves puzzles L.. Likes Puzzles. My grandmother loves puzzles. We've all been together. I am Mike. Honestly. Can't think of anything I'd rather do less than. Going myself my wife's. Puzzle. Thing and like at first, it was like we're GonNa do this together, right? You're like, yeah. Sure and I lost interest. So quickly just doesn't. It doesn't make me happy like it just doesn't make me feel good. Reinforces what I'm doing and yet another aspect of my life. But. Yes. I don't know about you. I've been watching a lot of movies not as methodical as your sister perhaps, but bouncing around to some old favorites and also streaming. Shows that I've been meaning to catch up on on, and for the PODCAST said, we've been celebrating comfort movies and it's been a joy every week. Every S has been selecting a different one and they've been all of all stripes your choices a great one talk to me about why you chose what you did and what your selection is. So why chose it is because when I the, it's the first title that comes to mind when I hear a comfort movie, I can't tell you the amount of like. Sunday scary is that this movie has worked me through, you know like when I lived in New York and I lived by myself in in my apartment in like. We've all had the morning's re wake up and you have the Lego variety and you think the world outside has somehow geared to get to all your friends. Hey, you're noting into. That feeling. We've all had them and this movie Made me feel that like everything was going to be okay and it's almost famous. and. It's what I turn on when I want to feel better or just be entertained like I. There are so many moments in this movie that I think about just as an actor as A..
"dakota" Discussed on College Football Live
"Last week town the football and old Alabama like I'm going to run it run it run it I don't feel often my quarterback that's not what we've seen some time for Alabam I'll tell you what when you look at the receiving corridor Jerry Judy net group probably the most talented three trio college football what you have to do when your leader goes down you have to elevate your game to another level and that's what they're going to Max at the quarterback position so I'm not as worried about them offensively because they have so much talent around him he just has to get the ball into the hands of the playmakers he doesn't have to be one hundred percent accurate anything like that just get them the ball and let them do what they do they understand that they have to elevate their game now because to is in behind center well let's be real the team isn't looking past this week but the college football community's looking to this game and couple of weeks against Lsu because LSU is this incredible offense is well what separates this Lsu squad from past ones the offense led by Joe Borough whose nine passing touchdowns is already the most ever in any season by an LSU flavor player and his receivers are pretty amazing to both Justin Jefferson and Jomar chaser averaging over one one hundred receiving yards per game the last time Lsu had even one player do that was all the way back in two thousand and one once they get going they're hard to stop the Tigers scored on every to one of their thirty nine red zone trips found the ED zone in FBI's record thirty one times from here so now they get a huge of matchup against Auburn the question early about the passing game the way people are playing them and that's so strange to see but listen all inside at the defensive lines bought can control the ground game can they can they do that can you see all these beautiful place down the field and borough thrown the football you don't see you didn't see the running game really erupt until the Florida game and if I'm if I'm Auburn Msa my guys are going to beat your guys up front get penetration ruined the timing but I I just I have to protect against the pass I just crazy I'd be curious to see if they think seven may be able to get something but the way like you say the way that they ran the ball LSU against Florida. I was really shocked surprised if they can do that did that give an ableman of balanced before you just looked at Joe borough receivers like this and they're going to throw the ball over the are we need to take the passing game but they start to get their running game clicking too going to be a huge problem so in my opinion offers to do something on the back end to make sure they can affect those receivers you talk about that secondary but on the other side do you think the Lsu Secondary Can Stand and they pressured that young man you know he has I think he rates he ranks one twentieth and the FBI and passes against pressure that's very very so you know LSU is going to come after him try to make him make quick decisions that's what you WanNa do. The young quarterback make him make quick decisions and get his hands he didn't do that against Florida he probably struggle against LSU trying to say anything and the crazy thing is I think if all Stevens plays really well you're talking about holding this Lsu offense to twenty eight thirty points so nick's you gotta get me more than that and that's sites a hard ask for a true freshman and Lsu defense has not been world by any stretch but he's GonNa have to make a lot of places passing game and continue to go tic TAC borough I keep waiting for this Lsu defense to click with all the talent they have maybe this is the week that it happens one thing I know being in bridging South Dakota good is presented fine Mazda feel a impart by it's still find your steel dealer at steel dealers dot com no one's been part of more first days of work than car heart and in the same way rookies have to keep earning respect car heart never stops earning the respect of hardworking like.
"dakota" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Being able to sit down twice a week and talk for an hour with veterans who have been there done some the same things that I have is invaluable. And I think that everybody needs to that group. And that's what I've you've this podcast as like, I said it thousand times, I've you this show what I envisioned for this to be like a modern day VFW, or if you want to Friday night, whatever sit at your house in. Here's talk about military shit. Drink a beer Chillan at your own desk. I think that's the best way to consume show as bad as me. Him. That's what we wanna do Dakota. Thank you so much for joining us, man. Where's tell them about your podcast? I'm about what you're doing on YouTube because people wanna see that as well. Yes. So I've got my pockets. Owning it ready throw it back up. I'm working on a lot of different things. I've got my YouTube Dakota Meyer. I do the daily dash on there. It's like a daily log of whatever dumb shit. I'm into that day. You know, a big push right now. I'm doing own a on the dash, right? It's kind of like a it's a it's an apparel into lifestyle brand that we do of going out and basically living your life. Right. We all understand out pow especially us of just how fast life can be over. And how you gotta make the most of every day and in. So that's what on the dash is about. I also had my campus company that were no good not campuses that our American made the herbs in America made its flipside cameras dot com. You know, trying to it's named after actually when my teammates the last thing he said to me was when it got truck that day was he said, I'll see on the flip side. And so it's raisin behind flipside. Canvas is is that, you know, the that we will go out and try to continue his mission of changing the world through our in and through, you know, making sure that people if we can put some small piece of canvas or are inside their house that makes them feel hope that they know that they can get through whatever it is that day to remind them that they matter then that's what we wanna do. No doubt about it. Our homemade, thanks. I'll talk to week's club. Thanks again to Dakota for coming on the show. What an interview that was right? It was very very interesting..
"dakota" Discussed on WTVN
"Dakota. No votes are scheduled to take place when the Senate returns to work for the first time since the partial government shutdown congress. He's at odds when it comes to five billion dollars in funding. For President Trump's border wall. He's demanding the money and says he won't budge before signing the government sending Bill in Italy. They are watching for any activity around mount EDNA after a four point eight magnitude earthquake. Fortunately, no recorded fatalities from the earthquake which struck the Italian city of Catania on Wednesday who around twenty eight people were injured Jack parak- reporting the earthquake hit two days after Europe's most active volcano erupted covering nearby villages in ash there are now to confirmed dancing, a fatal plane crash in a neighborhood in Sioux Falls, South Dakota that happened on Christmas day, the small plane came down in the backyard of several homes eats, unknown. How many people were inside that plane when it went down Gehenna police say the body of Linda Perry was found in her home last Sunday after the Kroger pharmacy employee never showed up to work sparking a wellness. Check to be called to warehouse. Police say she was discovered inside stabbed to death at this time. No suspects in her murder have been named a lack of seat belt use and impaired driving were factors in deadly crashes in Ohio over the Christmas weekend. The state patrol says nine people died between midnight on Friday and midnight yesterday in New York City there on veiling. The new Waterford crystal designed for the ball drop to ring in.
"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"But I guess you have to always say, you have to be the change you want to see. So maybe that the direction we're going. But yeah, I just on. Honored to be among all these native women and all these native candidates that are running for office. South Dakota has been a state for a hundred and twenty nine years and never has there been this many native candidates on the ballot. There are ten that we know of in South Dakota. So every reservation, there's nine and South Dakota we go to every one of them can vote for at least one the pine ridge reservation wine from their five on the ballot that they can vote for on the state level. And everywhere else has at least two. It's a huge change that's coming about. That's awesome. If people want to support your campaign, how can they do that? I do have an act brew account. Alexander Frederick for secretary of state. I am online. I have a website read Drik for South Dakota, all spelled out dot com. And I'm on Facebook, Alexandra, Frederick for South Dakota, secretary of state three, we'll we'll put a link for your website up on our website as well. And people should check out your Facebook page because that's where all those excellent videos are. I know and I got, I got tagged as not a real person on Facebook, so I can't boost any of my pole. Russian stuff. So it's it's totally grassroots, total organic, how this the word is spreading. So yeah, I fought with them for months now and I just can't. I can't get him to boost the post and recognize me as a real person. Well, everyone who's listening to this should go on your Facebook page. I'm doing it right now. Everybody else do it too. I love your videos because they're just they're so attentive. And you know, I really loved being able to look back at you in a rodeo, and you had video just I think just this past weekend where you were you were canning and preserving foods and I, it was. It's just great that that you're so real and authentic. Yeah. Hopefully, you know, people see that and I'm, I'm not putting on a show. This is how I live, and I just want to work hard for my state and my people and hopefully I can do that. Come November. We'll find out. Well, Sandra, thank you so much for talking to us. This is it's really fantastic. It's been so inspirational. We've spoken to cherise, David's and we're going to be speaking to a couple of other native women coming up and it's just it's so exciting this year, and it's so exciting to to have people like you running in South Dakota and just putting it all out there and say, I'm gonna, you know, just travel everywhere, and we love it. Heavier on this is Kelly with too broad stalking politics. I'm here in this segment with Erin Healy who is running for the South Dakota house of representatives in district. Fourteen. Hi Erin. Hi Kelly. Thanks for joining me. Yeah, thanks for having me a always fun to talk to people about politics and you know really get a grasp on what's going on in different parts of the nation. Yeah. So can you start with what we usually ask? Our first question which is just, you know, tell me a little bit about yourself and why you decided to run for the state house of representatives. Yeah. Well, I have been involved in politics for quite some time in one form or another..
"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Usual. I am one of your hosts so feet, and I'm here with other co host Kelly, hey, Kelly, everybody and joining us tonight for our South Dakota episode is Alex, Andrea Frederick. She's a democrat running for secretary of state in South Dakota. Welcome. I'll Exantia there. Thank you. Thanks for joining us. Can you sort of start us off by telling us a little about yourself and how you came to be running for secretary of state? My name of our vendor Frederick. I'm a lifelong South Dakota. I'm a Oglala Lakota tribal member, and I decided kind of on a whim, but my whole life kinda let up to agreeing to run for secretary state at the democratic convention in June. And the first native woman to be nominated for this position in what is it about the the secretary of state position that's especially appealing to you? You know, how does it sort of match up with your your goals running for office? I think mostly the secretary state here in South Dakota. Handles a lot of the voting and the regulations, everything. What was most important to me was bringing people into the process. There's not a lot of voter turnout and then after the sixteen election, voter turn out with way down. So I wanna bring people in because state is growing as far as population and diversity. So I want everybody to be represented. I heard you talking on a another interview about some of the challenges that especially the populations that are on reservations face with voting. Can you talk some about that voting on the reservation? I know they don't look to us, I guess, has contributing towards the state election, the reservations exist as their own sovereign government. But we're, we still vote in state elections on my reservation, for example, and pine ridge, there have been times where polling places were closed early where voters returned away. We're finding this year that a lot of voter had been purged from the last election, specifically tribal members and also voting location on my sister, and I both went to vote. We lived in the same house and I voted in one precinct and they couldn't find her while she was fifteen miles away in another. Town on their role as she had to go to the other town to vote. So I and it hasn't changed because my mom in that other precinct and it it makes no sense. So it's kind of frustrating, and I think it was meant to turn away native voters, honestly. So you are rancher. I am can user TOA sa- little bit about that and and sort of what that's like living on a ranch. I've, I've never been to a ranch, so I'm interested to hear. Okay. My husband and I, we own operate the oldest ranch in Todd county, South Dakota, stab list with his six. Great grandfather, I believe, and it was started same time the reservation, but reservation was started and it stayed within the family since then. And so he's his family has been here since nineteen four in the same spot. I always wanted to be ranch. Grew up with Calvin grow with horses, and we'd always been involved in that sort of lifestyle..
"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"And seems to be fairly fairly positive and not very trolled up yet. I think part of that, I think we'd to who south combs tend to be, but I think our communications director, Aaron is doing a great job with it into as as you're communicating with people around the state Democrats, and maybe people who are you know, independent, but, but trying to decide this year, what are some of the issues that people are really concerned with what are, what are the kinds of things they're going to be basing their decisions on this year. So in South Dakota, we really try to focus on. We talk a lot about South Dakota values, which are honest tea and integrity. Beyond that when we have to talk about issues, we like folks on education, health care. I think that what something is kind of rare to South Dakota is corruption and transparency and South Dakota state government for a long time now been struggling with being transparent to voters, and we've had a couple of corruption scandals over the last few years where we've seen. And you know multiple millions of dollars disappear and just trying to explain that to voters. So they have a better grasp on what's happening. But beyond that, we're looking to expand Medicaid in the state. That's a big conversation. It would give health care to over fifty thousand people in the state of South Dakota and fifty thousand people south Dakota's. A lot of people don't even have a million folks in the state, so that would make a big difference. And then beyond that, we're really pushing education few years ago, we were able to increase the teacher, pay the state. It took us from dead last two now like fourth last in the country, but that's big for us. And then beyond that, we're also looking to stress. I'm a pre k education program to say, we're one of only a couple of states in the country that doesn't offer any assistance for pre-k Shen. I think we all know that better education up change. You have in the early start learning the better you're going to be off in the future. And speaking of transparency in government. I know that South Dakota has a lot of issues on the ballot coming in November and a lot of them seem to have to do with with democracy and elections. And I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about those. Yes. So one of the bigger ones is amendment w which O'Connor curtail campaign finance spending a little bit and what lobbyists are able to do. You know, it's great that south coast very open, you have great opportunity reach out here, legislators, but sometimes you might have a little bit a little too much and lobbyists really tend to kind of take advantage of legislators in that sense. And sometimes the people as well. We had a measure that pass back in point sixteen called IM twenty two that really restricted what lobbyists could do and what you could spend regarding campaign finance and the state legislature that was the first thing they did when they got back in session twenty seventeen was overturned, I'm twenty two and. Really pissed off the voters, and they came back with another measure to kind of to bring it back. And I think we're gonna see a pass in November. Excellent. And let's talk about some of the the candidates on the ballot to a specially think Billy Sutton who's running for governors seems to be really interesting, and there was a recent poll that actually showed him ahead, which is really amazing. And so the Billy Sutton in, was he in the state house prior to this. He's been in the state legislature for last eight years in the state Senate. Okay. And he's running against Christie Nome. Who is the US congress rap in South Dakota. So can you talk about that that race and in about Billy specifically? Yeah. So I don't think you'd ask for better candidate than Billy sudden he's got a phenomenal experience serving last eight years in the state Senate being the Senate minority leader for the last four truly understand South Dakota. He's got a true unique story that I don't think most candidates have about little over ten years ago. He was a professional rodeo ride Ryder saddlebronc one of the top in the country, and he was riding in a rodeo and my not South Dakota and the horse. He was riding bucks on them in the shoot at pinned him against the backboard where there was missing patting and instantly paralyzed from the waist down and that truly changes..
"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts â€“ Working Cows Podcast
"Very good description thank you for your time today jim i really appreciate it and i look forward to as you said connecting further with you and with other producers around south dakota one last question does the does the planner go outside of south dakota do you see it being utilized by producers outside of south dakota you know i'm sure to limited extent and i i know there's other groups and states that are looking at it as kind of pattern if you will for for something they may be able to do and other states and that's great we take pride and setting the pace for new ideas and accomplishments and and it's not just about so the coda so if we can if we can be helpful in the whole northern great plains or the whole united states but just makes our role much more interesting and worthwhile so yup and if anybody wants to get in touch with the south photographs land coalition links to how to do that we'll be at working cows dot net slash sixteen go to working cows dot net slash sixteen and you can find the south dakota grassland coalition there and look at some of the resources that they are producing and if you're in a state that you are in a place of influence where you want to see something like this happen i can probably say with a great deal of confidence that the south dakota grassland coalition would be happy to help see that happen in your state as well give you some of the ideas that they have or roadblocks help you navigate some of the roadblocks that they've already been through and if i could add clay we've peaked anybody's interests within their without the coda and what this planner amounts to let it's like feel free to contact of and reach out any of the directors or any of our executives employees and we'd be more than glad to send one to you and you can find that.
"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts â€“ Working Cows Podcast
"This episode is brought to you in part by command france applied check out their website at can make wrench supply dot com this episode is also brought to you by chris williams audio dot com head on over to chris williams audio dot com for all your audio production needs howdy everybody pretty excited about today's episode this episode with jim fall stick from the south dakota grassland coalition jim is the director of the grassland coalition and a producer from high more south dakota we're going to talk today about the south dakota grassland coalitions grassland planner an excellent resource that they put out every year it looks a lot like a calendar but they're so much more going on to that so we're going to dive into this conversation with jim fall stick from highmore south dakota director of the south dakota grassland coalition jim thanks for joining me today on the working cows podcast i'd like to give you an opportunity to introduce yourself just a little bit to the people out there listening if you just kind of tell us about yourself and your involvement in the the beef industry the ranching industry thank you clay i'm from more south dakota we have a a family operation my wife got her son in law their family we have one employee that helps us as well but quite diverse operation cow calf is our mainstay but we do have a number enterprises are involved in we we think diversity is really important and whether it's in our grass lands or enterprises or or farming practices we think that's all important so like i said cal calf is our mainstay but we also cuss them grays yearlings in the summertime if we have grass last year we chose not to do that and that's one of the nice things about the yearling side of things is the flexibility of we don't have to do it so that's been really nice i've.
"dakota" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Welcome back to the forward podcast i'm lance your host lance armstrong that is each and every week i'm your host i'd say it every week in fact i am i know you guys bragan sick and tired of me talking about my son's football team or maybe you're not and if you're not you're really sweet did not get sick of me talking about it but westlake shops a just keep rolling saturday night in san antonio up against a tough team civilised steel we tried every way we could give the game away turnovers mistakes penalties pulled one out 28 fourteen so for those of you paying attention we got one more game next weekend in houston at energy stadium against saive fair and then if they get through that onto the state championships i'm just the only reason i keep talking about this with you guys so much is that obviously i'm very proud of my son but i just think for him as a high school senior to go out potentially winning the state championship is just i dunno i just out of fuel i get so nervous for these games on why pull my hair out um but i'm just so stressed for him and so also im actually stressedexcited for him and in all of his teammates for that matter um so fingers crossed go apps one other thing before we get to my guest this week dakota myers is anybody i read an article in the paper atwood backup i've been asking what the fuck is bitcoin i really i don't i can't understand it and that's why i read this article in the paper today were the journalist basically said he had the same question like okay what is this so he went out and tried to figure out what it was in i'm sure there's some bitcoin tres listening right now the know everything and you're like discussing idiot this guy writes his whole article and he couldn't figure like i can't figure it out like why would we need.
"dakota" Discussed on PRI's The World
"So yeah we're nervous and and absolutely have every right to be they may have a right to be nervous but remember north dakota's help put president trump in office north dakota is trump country big time he more than doubled hillary clinton's vote total here lucas lang works on a family farm and sterling north dakota hall town itself there's probably fifty and the township despite the drama surrounding president trump lang really likes the president how he comes right out and says what he thinks with him there's that always that that little bit of unknown that did delegate point across it'll appeal to those of us in the midwest at aren't the the quote unquote elites on the coast and lang likes the president's promises to rewrite the rules of trade to help people in this part of the country i i'd call it a maybe protectionist approach i think we need to take care of of our citizens i get them good jobs good manufacturing jobs and nam as got them good manufacturing jobs can afford to buy our beef are malik our port you know that said would you why would you be willing to decrease exports to make that happen um yeah yeah i mean i think it's a it's very complex portraits lot moving pieces i mean we have to get our economy moving we have to cut regulations gator manufacturing hiring good american labor just you know ten of take care of our citizens i a patriotic stance perhaps but cutting exports would certainly hurt lang's farm.
"dakota" Discussed on 1A
"Whether or not but will see protesters back here in north dakota i think it it remains to be seen i know it's something that you know law enforcement and state officials i don't think that's something that they want to see return here to north dakota on a caused a number of issues for them you know one just being monetary there were millions of dollars the sti had to spend to try to respond to that protests and so i i can't really envision a situation where we're likely to see you know thousands and thousands of people coming back to north dakota likely saw this past fall um but you know it's possible that that there could be some protesters who return here if things started to heat up again but also i think a point worth bringing up as the fact that a lot of protesters that were came to north dakota are now on organizing in opposition to other pipelines on elsewhere in the country and so we're seeing that and i think especially with the keystone xl pipeline on a massive pipeline that the obama administration rejected by than the trump administration went ahead and improved on that would go from the upper tatarstan's and canada on downton obrastsova i would expect that that will see a lot of opposition as well that's interesting a growing movement and craig i feel like craig are pro infrastructure guest you have something to say about battle your immi resort reuter who become a or cost of doing business rule out of the protector companies when it and i wanna point out one thing the problem saudi soda wanted which reut.