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"mankowski" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:30 min | 10 months ago

"mankowski" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Bridges during the day separate subject. Is shutting down one of our expressways, especially during morning or afternoon drive when there's a shooting, But nobody's even injured is just a shooting. And there, you know, inconveniencing literally. Least back in the old days, hundreds of thousands of people to find a shell casing, although I understand the logic that that particular Shell case and if they find it from the shooting, which didn't injure or kill anybody. Could lead to the solving of previous crimes. Ballistically speaking, I get that I understand that, but I don't think it's worth it to inconvenience the entire city during morning or afternoon. Dr. Midway's Midei's Do what you want. Nobody cares about the dates, but But, uh, you know, morning afternoon drive. I would not do that. But I do want to clarify. If it's a injury, or certainly a fatality. Then you could have told the police do their job. Otherwise I appear to be insensitive. Although I still believe in flying on Right 99% of the time. If there's a problem with either the aircraft mechanically or some unruly passenger, you know, howl. There are policy is you just go to the destination deal with it there, whether it's a horrific crash or Ah, terribly a videotaped arrest. Either way, you get to your destination first before inconveniencing all the other people on the plane. Mm. That policy I stand by. You don't believe in turning around and going back to the departure city you say how lair we fly on. Mostly. That could be your slow. Most most. These planes fly themselves Jack, number one. At this point, so you lose an engine. You lose an engine. And even a small fire. If it could be contained. You go to the next major airport. At least at least you're that far along in your journey, right? That's good. Common sense, isn't it? I guess I can't I'll vote for you. Thank you, sir. You won't be the only wls person. Okay, Let's not let's not go there. In fact, let me just clarify that too, because I saw a man Cal what he said in the Theo she a campus political dot com. He's always been politically involved in the guy. Whatever he wants to in the future. His career speaks for itself. He's very successful guy in a very passionate guy, so I don't have any objects that What I had said previous this week. I've worked with other people that have said they were gonna run for office. That was just clearly a radio bit. Yeah, and I actually was not referring to Mankowski Pacific Lee When I was saying that earlier this week it was the previous who molded over for a week. Milked it for every second they could, and then decided that unfortunately They have to stay where they are. I worked with Dan profiteer it W ls and I think he ran for governor. Well, profit actually did run for governor. That's clearly a distinction, too, And he's also My understanding. I don't know Dan it all but my understanding is he has a super PAC. I think it's still around. I mean, illegal super Pac, which guy shows look like extraordinarily good things to set up if you are able to do so. I'm thinking about sending one of myself to be. Who are you? Really? I am so I think I could do so much good for the public with that suit back down, You know that I don't need the president right now has over $200 million has been sent to him. Since the election. I don't need that kind of cake. I'd be happy. What? 5 to $10 Million to 10 Million would suit you Just fine in a nice slush fund. I'm sorry. I mean, a political action committee. Where I could. Really? I could do some good for Yes, you could. For Chicago County. A cook. Think of all the good you could do. Think of all the good I could do with 5 to $10 million at my disposable. Do with what I see fit? Yeah, even if it means that I have to travel even privately to help a candidate that I really believe in right organ. I'm I'm sorry. You go ahead. I was gonna say and when I get there I would have to stay in decent accommodations. I don't want to. You know anything that happened to you well, and I'd also want to go out and discuss politics with the candidate at a nice restaurant. When we get a chance to go do that. It's like this summer you were out at a lot of grassy suburban areas vexed inspecting the radio signal you were doing site surveys to see how well this radio signal came in. At some of these golf courses. I mean, locations right in the suburbs, and then was work you were doing. You were giving of yourself to work for the station on your off hours. You know? This is where if I was Sean Hannity, I would expect you to call me a great American. Yeah, well, you are great Americ. Well, thank you. What? What I did on the station's behalf. Tell Marc Caputo. He's gonna have to hang on. Sorry. Woefully bad it controlling the clock. I apologize, but Every 354 105 100 yards would stop and take a reading on the station's behalf to make sure signal was strong, and it would take about 4 4.5 hours to do that market research the field market research. And then what was great about that? I turn in all the receipts from this to the station. They'd reimburse me. That's great. So that is America right there. That's kind of fast. Eddie. Stop said TV would be proud of any of you Be proud of that. Lord knows he shook this station down for some tall cake. So Why not? John and John doing the same? Yeah. Well, thank you, John. Thank you, Mark. I was gonna have to hang on. Are you prepared for your next traffic update? Because your news ran Wolf Lee over again. Well, I don't think it's my fault because I think you were the instigator of this extended discussion Well, Lot history, sort that out. Death threats are on the rise. Local and state election officials are in hiding. Trump campaign lawyer declared publicly that a federal official who defended the integrity of the election should be drawn and drawn and quartered or simply shot. It was an extraordinary hearing in Michigan yesterday. That will be part of NBC five at about 10 35. Tomorrow night. I guarantee you If they're still in season anyway. Saturday night Live featured a witness for Rudy Giuliani that I first thought it was SNL skit. And, of course, Georgia is in full civil war right now, But it's ah intraparty, in fact, its interest mega civil war and there are casualties already. Well that mind If he'll hang on. We'll get to Marc Caputo, who are extensively extensively about this a political dot com He is scheduled to join us minutes ago. But will we hope next on WLS Eden's inbound late, Quick road to the junction 19 out found 15 Kennedy informal here, 34. Found. It's a 30 minute trip out to the airport. Eisenhower. Inbound from Thorndale 35 up on 34 Stevenson and from 3 55 31 outbound 29. Dan Ryan in from 95th is 14 outbound. It's a 19 minute trip High 55 South bound at route 1 26. We have a Train derailment in that area. So the exit ramp to route 1 26 on south on I 55 ish closed right now. That is traffic from the WLS Am 8 90 Traffic center. To 19 cost. Last week's cancelation against Ohio and Illinois still capitalize off the Nebraska win, lovey Smith. Thanks, So keep him in check. Take the ball away could think that two and.

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"mankowski" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"They're like he will. He will show me love. Him I don't know what praise bit. Okay. Point about us is like a little tricky of nearly wait a minute. He found me he's inside of all of us. All of us we love me. I remember all those like bands that like it sets when there's like a band and then when they're out as being outed quotas, meaning people are like it. I like their a four I mean kind of like creed people react. On creed. Evanescence Evanescence Jesus I didn't. Yeah. You'll hear for still great. Yeah. who else? That I don't I, only know one song by them by like to Flyleaf. Duran. Head. A hamburger business like this tiny. Mankowski dream girl as the lead in. The in. The most like grunge goth video and then it's like this is about Jesus You'll have to look at it because as you now I love like early two thousands like heavy issue medal. I don't even describe it like I love creed I love my chemical romance. Be Mo.. Yeah because I love that I'm not okay. Song and Van lasting into my car especially when I'm not. Okay. It's good anthem for when you're not. Okay. It is I. Love It. So much I actually went. nickelback rabbit hole recently because I was talking to my man about it because he was like really shitting on them and I was like, okay I. Think Your Jest Clan into the trend of shitting on Nickelback I. Don't think they actually will deserve that everyone's like it's though they suck Blah Blah Blah is like, are you just mad because they were popular like what? What did they actually do? That was mad and then we we There and they do have good songs. But then we saw like a copulation video like why people hate them and they started listing like their lyrics are very misogynous which I didn't know their lead singer Chad Krueger is like a bro Lakey. He wouldn't even do things that were like Rockstar bad boy he would do things like wrestling reporters in lake. Mary Averell Levin before. Before she like away. Danielle or whoever took over the Melissa Melissa. Yeah, he did may married for two years, which is money 'cause like. It feels like they're both Canadian it feels like they were like. Hey. We're both like the most hated. Four rock people in America. Let's just go to Canada and I look at the Internet and. Do it. I mean I love, and then I went down a Rabbit hole because I was like, well, what what is she up to still you music and still trying to be like guys I really am rock. Please believe me. I won't get this. Role, again, I great inner boy I'll see you later boy. I have a question. Yeah. Do you have you have a timer on your instagram? Right a timer? Times up. Times. Tied Times up my my instagram and I'm like you gotTa Stop US older people. I you can set it on your iphone. Yes. What is your limit? Two Hours Okay. So my limit is for twitter and Instagram is three hours and days I can't sleep by hit that limit now ideally early it's Yeah Yup cited sexist that you're looking at it after midnight and then it's like well, you hit the limit and you're like the data's I can't even. That was from yesterday at a million and go to sleep yet. But have you seen the social dilemma on Net flicks? I watched half of it. Did you see your I watched I watched the whole thing and I was like you know I. Think we do live on our phones a little bit too much. Yeah So I that's why I put that limit on A. Grace. So she needs great but I also removed the notifications on my phone. Great. Yeah and that has been so helpful because I just always assume I don't have a tax and I don't have an email and I've learned that people will get the response when they get the response the no one has been like near Kojo. Why don't you answer me I. Many thing. Leah. It's been really it's been. No that's great. Yeah. I haven't even had my notifications on because they're annoying. I don't want to give all the time and be like I'd have to look at this thing with get to helpful when I drive five. Sure. Yeah. I. GET THEM YEAH I don't get blake low buzzes or anything. So I like get from point A. to point. B.. I don't look at my phone in like. For me. Do.

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"mankowski" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

Catholic Culture Audiobooks

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

"Father Mankowski was a highly intelligent man obtaining a b a from the University of Chicago an MA in classics and philosophy from Oxford an MD from Weston Jesuit School of theology and PhD in Semitic philology from Harvard his articles appeared in numerous academic journals and popular publications including in particular I things. A brilliant priest who worked tirelessly for Catholic renewal his voice was unfortunately stymied by his superiors. As. Phil. Lawlor writes in his tribute to father mccaskey. When told that? He could not right under his own name without censorship he used pseudonyms when told that he could not write under a pseudonym he stopped, and so the Catholic world was denied what might have been a treasure trove of lively and inciteful pros. Do, not be surprised if some memorable work now leaks out posthumously. Well already. We're seeing more father Mankowski in the spotlight numerous tributes to him have cropped up with on first things the Catholic Herald Catholic World Report Alitalia, and, of course, a Catholic Culture Dot Org. But in addition to that, a number of his essays have been making the rounds on social media. Among them one that first appeared on Catholic culture. Dot Org and is still available in our library. A two thousand three addressed to the confraternity of Catholic clergy in which Father Mankowski presents an excellent analysis of how the Catholic clerical. Sexual? Abuse. Crisis occurred. Father Mankowski analysis of what went wrong is perhaps more relevant now than ever. and. So for that reason and in prayerful Thanksgiving for the life of Father Paul Mankowski, we're very pleased to present this reading. Eternal. Rest. Grant unto. Him. Oh Lord and let Perpetual Light China Upon Him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in. Peace. Aman..

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"mankowski" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"You know. Sebastian Mankowski does a hilarious thing about bandies floating in. Hot Tub. I. Don't know if you've ever seen it but it's Bad. It's crazy. So anyway I think I'm seeing things Steve. Okay. And of course, I'm not in goes the foot against wish around, pulled it out, rub the skin off Stevie with the left hand, and then back in the water to clean the handoff Steve with the dead. Okay. With the dead Neanderthal foot skin from the from the hundred and fifty year old looking German lady. Who looks like your feet haven't seen daylight in? A thousand years Steve. Okay. So this is her routine debut God for thirty minutes straight. Okay. I'm the judge on the judge, your murder trial right now and you tell me this story. Mr Jerome you're free to go. That's not enough to go watch watch watch our nanny was with us to gather all the kids around the nangle. Look at look at look at this. Okay. Just. When they join in Steve after I've been watching this for twenty or thirty minutes. Here, it goes St Wa go watch her she goes foot in the Yup Yup Yup Yup foot comes up okay. Got The left thumb. Cake Okay Stevie Stevie. The therm into the mouth Steve with the dried foot skin that she's feeling I'll see yet appeal off to bite her told her thumbnail Steve Okay. Like. Didn't didn't do even do the rinse I if you're GONNA do that steep but she. got a bunch of skin. Okay. Okay. It looks like I mean it just it just looks like a bunch of PABLUM Steve. That's all over her hand from the skin and then and then fires them some into the mall. So does not long ago in the show when I told my story of buddy who was. Early for dinner. You said something along the lines of you're GONNA have to edit that out. That's the worst thing ever. It sounded really like you were going to jump in your car and drive from Edmonton to Ottawa. A good day's drive to make sure that that was going to be edited out of the program, and then you immediately follow up that commentary and discussed with that story. Real Story. Real Story. That's a that's your. That's your gold medal winner right there. So the guy who was the most grow stowed Steve by it okay. The Guy who was the most grossed out, which was the call for action is so I you know this is just unbelievable right Steve you think it was an act. Okay. What I see immediately, Stevie I've fire off my lounge chair. Okay and ripped to the front desk of the hotel. And the guy's giving it. Yes Mr Jerome, how can we help you? I said, well, as a matter of fact, I just need to discuss something with you and as I'm telling the Guy I'm giving them the full details Steve Right. Okay. Good. needs to know. And he's giving it. GOES FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF Steve. He's an old guy he's got a handkerchief. To his mouth, you know freaking out, say, Oh my God Oh, my God you're kidding me and immediately stevie the drain the Hutto. The they shut it. Okay. The did she did she not get her come up and somehow did not so many not tune her up. She was of gone by then I guess I didn't you know I I never said anything. I you would. You know I guess you would go up and go hey, easy on doing the manicure here in the in the hot tub. With the. Jesus. Wow. It's crazy husband tell her children going. You know what? That your mother you gotTa leave. Her Okay you gotta leave her for good forever that your wife. Wife file right now file for divorce rate. Now that's that's grounds for annulment stevie right there well like I say. If you had taken care of business and drowned in the hot tub. And I were the judge of your murder trial and you told me that story the leniency would be high or am I just dismissed the case I understand. Mr. Jerome. I understood I think that that's the gold medalist right now the gross stories I'm going to take one last ditch effort at trying to Z. and try and one up your here. So let me take you back in your mind's eye back to the early. No wait. Wouldn't be early nineties late eighties even my first job up in renfrew. Yeah. But a week or two after I moved in The carpets were not in great shape. So wanted to clean. So I hired at the carpet Harvard high carpet cleaner and he comes in and I bail you know I don't want WanNa be listening to that. Loud. Noise all day and so I. Come back. The. Carpets look amazing like just amazing. But just before this guy had left, he said you might use the washroom and I'm just going out. I'm just going out and I say no problem because you're thinking. You think a number one, right you're not necessarily thinking anything else to do. So the carpets are fantastic. Three shades lighter than when I left. They look great. But then I go to the washroom area. And it's more than what you think it's going to be oh no, the toilet has overflowed completely. And I have no interest in lifting up that LID..

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"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"In about ten minutes now. Didn't expect to meet Adobo champion from south with Africa. And a former KS W champion while I was in Las Vegas but lo and behold here is directly. And you know he's a man who everyone believes chiefs should be in that. UFC middleweight ranks. He's gone by commies reclaimed. Middleweight title. Woody AFC we already know goes good. He was in his KS unstoppably. Ruina welterweight put them first of all Las Vegas. What what did you hear my trip down? Vegas Hi actually just came to watch the fights because I'm in Florida training and The conon cowboy. Just add me and I knew it was easy flights. I was like I'm going to do. It's just been a few today's year training and enjoying the fights awesome. What did you think of that Ad? The big show date is a coin of wet. Your appetite like you're looking at that going. Jeez Count Way to be applied. There's something this big on this scale. Absolutely I mean I'm just looking at it and thinking man I can't wait to be on Bobo. Is that size to sell out. Because like that and it's a matter of time and I can't wait to do it. It's just incredible. The last time am some of the European finds more to senior might have been that at the salt in October. Twenty the eighteen but I can remember your hair to offer that. Of course you haven't fought at welterweight since then but I mean you're huge go. You're sitting here beside me. It's quite obvious that getting down to welterweight would not be the easiest thing in the world for you was that. was that come particularly bad where you're like. I have to stop doing this to myself so no I've never I've never missed weight at welterweight but I mean the cat was like it's always been a big gut but like it's it seemed like as I got older I got bigger and stronger like the Koch became more and more difficult and to to stage stage where everything didn't Like it didn't make a lot of these. You make that cut anymore after that fight I mean it was just I was actually signed a welterweight directly after that remorse Mankowski and my doctors just let me know. Listen blood tests says you taking years away from your career with with this big cut and I mean now I wanted to five I feel awesome. I feel great middleweight. And I actually have more flights Admiral Way Denver Welterweight so And already the belt and then and then I was like cool I can. I can vitamin weight. And now I gaze w twice again now and Admiral Weight and It's looking great I had a great with in In London in Wembley Stadium. That was October this year. Like Yeah Santa's don't so Elson Zana's well look. I mean he's done really really well. I think he wasn't a fifteen five. Win Streak Feisty the he was under fifteen five Sheikh said. I was big opponent for me and I got the finishing the second round. It was it was it was awesome and I felt super great at at one eighty five and then I had this fighting December one every five back at the first time in over two years and then it feels it felt great divide back home and now it's full. We'll be good things and just keep on doing what what I'm doing and you know this year will be here. I can't wait. Yeah it was going to say. How's it feel to combat? The was it a bitcoin a hero's welcome to go back to AFC after after that time with the different promotions. Yeah absolutely especially. That was the first time I've fought Emma whom John Africa so it was a it was a big fight for me As a as a personal achievement. Then you know I started my career and Ese. Formative Day so to be back there and going Finding in front of my home crowd funding round my own country. Ultra being away with so long. It was a crazy. Wellbeing welcoming was probably one of the craziest crowds in food. Not the most people because there just wasn't that big but I mean the crowd just went crazy. It's that feeling fighting in front of you people. It's as also a lot of people say to me like you're the next level South African foreleg we obscene South African Florida's in the UFC. But it's it's going to be very very different when when you go into these ranks. I mean does it feel like you will be the guy that pushes the envelope for in her husband within the UFC. Four South Africa. Yeah I mean like like you said we have. We had a few guys and Noah's a older generation. If you will guys that came to us. He didn't do that. Great but still I mean they pave the way for us and and now we have gone mad. She's also in the and he's doing well he's in great and he's doing doing great things and I'm a young guy that's A. That's a big advantage for me. I'm only twenty five years old so for me. This is like I. I'm the next Jenny fighting now. I haven't been look like the natural. They say the next generation and I believe truly believe that I'll bring something new. I'll bring something that people haven't seen before.

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"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"In about ten minutes now. Didn't expect to meet Adobo champion from south with Africa. And a former KS W champion while I was in Las Vegas but lo and behold here is directly. And you know he's a man who everyone believes chiefs should be in that. UFC middleweight ranks. He's gone by commies reclaimed. Middleweight title. Woody AFC we already know goes good. He was in his KS unstoppably. Ruina welterweight put them first of all Las Vegas. What what did you hear my trip down? Vegas Hi actually just came to watch the fights because I'm in Florida training and The conon cowboy. Just add me and I knew it was easy flights. I was like I'm going to do. It's just been a few today's year training and enjoying the fights awesome. What did you think of that Ad? The big show date is a coin of wet. Your appetite like you're looking at that going. Jeez Count Way to be applied. There's something this big on this scale. Absolutely I mean I'm just looking at it and thinking man I can't wait to be on Bobo. Is that size to sell out. Because like that and it's a matter of time and I can't wait to do it. It's just incredible. The last time am some of the European finds more to senior might have been that at the salt in October. Twenty the eighteen but I can remember your hair to offer that. Of course you haven't fought at welterweight since then but I mean you're huge go. You're sitting here beside me. It's quite obvious that getting down to welterweight would not be the easiest thing in the world for you was that. was that come particularly bad where you're like. I have to stop doing this to myself so no I've never I've never missed weight at welterweight but I mean the cat was like it's always been a big gut but like it's it seemed like as I got older I got bigger and stronger like the Koch became more and more difficult and to to stage stage where everything didn't Like it didn't make a lot of these. You make that cut anymore after that fight I mean it was just I was actually signed a welterweight directly after that remorse Mankowski and my doctors just let me know. Listen blood tests says you taking years away from your career with with this big cut and I mean now I wanted to five I feel awesome. I feel great middleweight. And I actually have more flights Admiral Way Denver Welterweight so And already the belt and then and then I was like cool I can. I can vitamin weight. And now I gaze w twice again now and Admiral Weight and It's looking great I had a great with in In London in Wembley Stadium. That was October this year. Like Yeah Santa's don't so Elson Zana's well look. I mean he's done really really well. I think he wasn't a fifteen five. Win Streak Feisty the he was under fifteen five Sheikh said. I was big opponent for me and I got the finishing the second round. It was it was it was awesome and I felt super great at at one eighty five and then I had this fighting December one every five back at the first time in over two years and then it feels it felt great divide back home and now it's full. We'll be good things and just keep on doing what what I'm doing and you know this year will be here. I can't wait. Yeah it was going to say. How's it feel to combat? The was it a bitcoin a hero's welcome to go back to AFC after after that time with the different promotions. Yeah absolutely especially. That was the first time I've fought Emma whom John Africa so it was a it was a big fight for me As a as a personal achievement. Then you know I started my career and Ese. Formative Day so to be back there and going Finding in front of my home crowd funding round my own country. Ultra being away with so long. It was a crazy. Wellbeing welcoming was probably one of the craziest crowds in food. Not the most people because there just wasn't that big but I mean the crowd just went crazy. It's that feeling fighting in front of you people. It's as also a lot of people say to me like you're the next level South African foreleg we obscene South African Florida's in the UFC. But it's it's going to be very very different when when you go into these ranks. I mean does it feel like you will be the guy that pushes the envelope for in her husband within the UFC. Four South Africa. Yeah I mean like like you said we have. We had a few guys and Noah's a older generation. If you will guys that came to us. He didn't do that. Great but still I mean they pave the way for us and and now we have gone mad. She's also in the and he's doing well he's in great and he's doing doing great things and I'm a young guy that's A. That's a big advantage for me. I'm only twenty five years old so for me. This is like I. I'm the next Jenny fighting now. I haven't been look like the natural. They say the next generation and I believe truly believe that I'll bring something new. I'll bring something that people haven't seen before.

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"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"In about ten minutes now. Didn't expect to meet Adobo champion from South South Africa. And a former KS W champion while I was in Las Vegas but lo and behold here is directly. And you know he's a man who everyone believes chiefs should be in that. UFC middleweight ranks. He's gone by commies reclaimed. Middleweight title. Woody AFC we already know goes good. He was in his KS. Aubrey Ruina Welterweight. Put them first of all Las Vegas. What what did you hear my trip down Vegas? Hi actually just came to watch the fights because I'm in Florida training and The conon cowboy. Just add me and I knew it was easy flights. I was like I'm going to do. It's just been a few today's year training and enjoying the fights awesome. What did you think of that Ad? The big show date is a coin of wet. Your appetite like you're looking at that going. Jeez Count Way to be applied. There's something this big on this scale. Absolutely I mean I'm just looking at it and thinking man I can't wait to be on Bobo. Is that size to sell out. Because like that and it's a matter of time and I can't wait to do it. It's just incredible. The last time am some of the European finds more to senior might have been that at the salt in October. Twenty the eighteen but I can remember your hair to offer that. Of course you haven't fought at welterweight since then but I mean you're huge go. You're sitting here beside me. It's quite obvious that getting down to welterweight would not be the easiest thing in the world for you was that. was that come particularly bad where you're like. I have to stop doing this to myself so no I've never I've never missed weight at welterweight but I mean the cat was like it's always been a big gut but like it's it seemed like as I got older I got bigger and stronger like the Koch became more and more difficult and to to stage stage where everything didn't Like it didn't make a lot of Jamaica cutting more after that fight I mean it was just I was actually signed a welterweight directly after that remorse Mankowski and my doctors just let me know. Listen blood tests says you taking years away from your career with with this big cut and I mean now I wanted to five I feel awesome. I feel great middleweight. And I actually have more flights Admiral Way Denver Welterweight so And already the belt and then and then I was like cool I can. I can vitamin weight. And now I gaze w twice again now and Admiral Weight and It's looking great I had a great with in In London in Wembley Stadium. That was October this year. Like Yeah Santa's don't so Elson Zana's well look. I mean he's done really really well. I think he wasn't a fifteen five. Win Streak Feisty the he was under fifteen five Sheikh said. I was big opponent for me and I got the finishing the second round. It was it was it was awesome and I felt super great at at one eighty five and then I had this fighting December one every five back at the first time in over two years and then it feels it felt great divide back home and now it's full. We'll be good things and just keep on doing what what I'm doing and you know this year will be here. I can't wait. Yeah it was going to say. How's it feel to combat? The was it a bitcoin a hero's welcome to go back to AFC after after that time with the different promotions. Yeah absolutely especially. That was the first time I've fought Emma whom John Africa so it was a it was a big fight for me As a as a personal achievement. Then you know I started my career and Ese. Formative Day so to be back there and going Finding in front of my home crowd funding round my own country. Ultra being away with so long. It was a crazy. Wellbeing welcoming was probably one of the craziest crowds in food. Not the most people because there just wasn't that big but I mean the crowd just went crazy and and this. Is You know that feeling fighting in front of you people. It's as also a lot of people say to me like you're the next level South African foreleg we obscene South African Florida's in the UFC. But it's it's going to be very very different when when you go into these ranks. I mean does it feel like you will be the guy that pushes the envelope for in her husband within the UFC. Four South Africa. Yeah I mean like like you said we have. We had a few guys and Noah's a older generation. If you will guys that came to us. He didn't do that. Great but still I mean they pave the way for us and and now we have gone mad. She's also in the and he's doing well he's in great and he's doing doing great things and I'm a young guy that's A. That's a big advantage for me. I'm only twenty five years old so for me. This is like I. I'm the next Jenny fighting now. I haven't been look like the natural. They say the next generation and I believe truly believe that I'll bring something new. I'll bring something that people haven't seen before.

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"mankowski" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The backing of the ACLU. Talented. I've, I've stayed in watch them for a couple of minutes. I've contributed to the bucket, but I have to say if they were outside my store, or my condo for eight or ten hours, a day might have a problem with it does anybody care that the Russians were in our shorts the last time around does anybody care if they're gonna tempt, the next time around David Graham staff writer at the Atlantic is scheduled to join us in just minutes. Talk a little bit about it. And the president doesn't seem to care about should we. We'll start there with David Graham and just minutes here WLS Don. WLS travel time traffic time right now is five forty five. Looking at my screen, it's really a number of accidents out there. The from the junction to lay cooks, take you twenty two minutes. But the inbound is fifty do an accident before Dempster, the Kennedy outdoor hair, the sender in our in venison, our thirty because of that cleanup of the accident central is out to three nine hour and six minutes. Our twenty Stevenson outbound, from lakeshore drive to three fifty five, we'll take you an hour and ten minutes in our twenty Dan, line downtown in ninety fifth thirty four minutes. Ninety fifth still solid her ethic extra. Forget the fifteen minutes Mankowski. Oh, I love the power they go. So all the heat I don't eat means, isn't it up on your feet. Wait a minute. Is it up on your feet? Why would it be walked on the? Lyrics. Say say we're doing it on your feet on your feet. Thanks. Wow, man cow, five thirty to nine on. W. L S, eight nine..

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"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"You know, it didn't look like the fight was gone, his way in the early minutes of put. Yeah. A big win from a from a big do that scares me. He's terrible Norma park motor. It's more than two wins. I think we know we're gonna get what Norman no. Overs last handful last eleven of all being decisions. And I'm like, I have to say is last two, where obsolete ethic, whether I mean, Boras Mankowski and the chill chill itchy wins. I know obviously the morals Royce was more like this one where he's wearing a lot more. Like he has that part his game he to brawls K, as w was way Elmont holder percent. I mean, what's more clever, though? Like what's the best way to win? Obviously not getting hit in the head dot performance was was pain points. Really go for q GTO trips where we're excellent and through the to the first second and deterred, listen. You know, Norman was contoss, and he really prided himself after that one at say it's a good one two possibly settled without a trilogy with them, his Paul Mattis, John Gummer teams like he's at an impasse. Now ks w day seem like he seems to want to take a break. He's going gonna compete in the. I was too much power or not organization Gomert. I think he calls shots from south too often it seems that way. What do you do these huge celebrity on beaten talent? Probably the best fighter in Europe and tens of his record huge, huge following. I mean, what they need to back dot normal fighter. The also at the same time, make the weight Norman they can't be calling for a fifty four shot when you're making one sixty not true. True. Yeah. That is true to their Erico you on the bottle of the influencers against a Cup stock was over very quickly, thirty six seconds, paramount. Holy near ones physically error. Scare me again like does he train with them? You does he try and salvage. Yes. He's. Yeah. So you had a great night. They were the it's all ditch. You had heir Cohen. You had Martin's Awada on your hard on wreckage. So I'm moving on the wider, the silver hell in the name of Jesus the zeal. He just changed. Faked Tom to like lobster. Yeah. Crazy. He somehow best round in the toured around after being on the conversely, crop technique, like let's not lie. But it was a barn burner of a war, two guys who are putting effort on that on. Daba jesus. Maybe not Bob, but it wasn't. Survive is very grip..

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"mankowski" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"ABC went up a little bit like twenty percent, but the overall all three networks combined. It was just about everybody was out there at the draft next next year is in Vegas. So by might have a few more people than this year. So yeah. Big news this weekend, also long as we're talking a little football, Sebastian Jankowski retired as the highest paid kidding in the NFL. What does he like fifty-six? Now, he made fifty three million over his career. Let's not a nice for a kicker. His story is amazing. Right. He retires after nineteen years. Never missed a kick. Inside the nineteen the line came to the United States in nineteen Ninety-four from Poland was going to high school in Florida. And one of his buddies says, I want you just come out to the football field. Trying to kick a football. Okay. Rest is the rest is history when he asked. Yeah. He claimed the longest field goal and kicked high school was eighty two yards. Wow. A windy day. Not just saying I don't know that I bought by it. But that's what he claims without hesitation while eighty two. That's a long way to kick field. The fun fact from the year he was drafted in two thousand there's one player left from the that's the point of the story. Oh, I'm sorry. Real number. That is Tom Brady is the last man standing from two thousand. That's awesome Mankowski probably wind up as the second kicker in the hall of fame. Oh, yeah. Easy, easy vegetarians. Probably you know, a military who's the first besides Morten Andersen. Is there any other ones Johnston a rude? Maybe I mean, are you talking about just kickers overall? Rig is there, right? He's plunder. Well, talking Phil triggers Yang Yang dinner Anderson. I'll Anderson's in there. Now, there's a couple of okay. Yeah. He goes. He's sure fostered, right? First time. Yeah. That'd be silly. Not to. That's that'd be laying not putting foreigner in the rock and roll famous. Could you couldn't see that wouldn't happen? I want you to disclosure is. This is my favorite story from about. This closure is room with Jeffey in a country. And if you're driving listen to the show today, just just be careful. The guardrails let you know when you when he's. Push think to yourself, snoop Dogg. Now think to yourself Martha Stewart, okay and think of those two as a hot couple. Oh, my favorite. Yes. No. Yes. Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart. Yes, are this is in her little memoir. Let's say every and they have they have they have text messages pictures videos. She's text a she's text Calvin who fill me so full have never felt like I was going to explode in so many ways snoop Dogg called her. S WC. White chick..

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"mankowski" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"All right last week pages at eight sacks but i'll tell you this much let they're not going to do that this week tennessee's aphids wine is brutal all right and as far as the jaguar series go on expect him to do too much of their only going to go as far as blake borders takes them this game comes down to their think there's two big factors right here k the game comes down to let in four net versus the patriots front seven and rob ground cow ski versus the jaguars defense i i'm not sure who's going to be on him the entire time or if they're going to be switching off one of the two biggest factors tom brady is not throwing for more than three hundred yards in this game bookie lock it down all right he will not throw from where three hundred yards tom brady won't throw more than probably a touchdown or two he's not here and three touchdowns like he did last week i'll tell you that much all right it's going to come down to rob mankowski round cows he doesn't do much in this game patriots are in big trouble art and if they have trouble sutherland inland for net there in even more trouble all right and you know what my pick is the jaguars i got the jaguars went in this one twenty two fourteen all right that yeah that's my pick right there yesterday i was kinda wavering on it kind thing about going with patriots get this games and foxborough again it's tom brady but it's bigger than tom brady now all right so i got the jaguars winning 2014 that's all i got to say about this cape next up we're going to be talking minnesota vikings were philadelphia eagles so stay tuned for that and we'll be right back.

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"mankowski" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

"So yeah that leads us up to what's next which is this game on friday night stagg bowl forty five between mary hardin baylor in mount union and we've talked about it already a little bit that the conventional wisdom is going to be a low scoring affair i think that's a reasonable assertion because we've already talked about mary hardin baylor ought to be able to keep him out and union offense relatively contained and i think the crew offense is probably not in position to do what oshkosh did to the purple raiders on saturday but i think they have to try you know they don't have a san mankowski necessarily but they tried to get the ball to wilkerson to josie take some shots early just because again the number of of big plays allowed against frostburg and oshkosh dictates that there may be some there for the taking i also think mary hardin baylor's defense should be able to get a pass rush foot with its front four you don't see them blitz all that often and i think that's bait their base for two teams so the keep six in the box that's why they're so good on the back end because they always have five guys in coverage those guys come up and tackle well but i think with those six in the box they're going to either wanna rush wide and try to bottle up fulford because he he was really great a couple of times in that game against oshkosh on third down where nothing was there and he just broke the pocket ran for a key first down and especially when first downs are hard to come by against a great defense putting together drives keeping them from being three announced keeping from having to put your defense back on the field right away after just came off the field getting some drive extending first downs are huge so i think may harm baylor is going to want to try to bottle up fulford as much as possible i thought he made some really hettie runs to not just the fact that like you were talking about but i thought he he made smart decisions in the open field as well knew where he was able to get ten twelve fifteen yards and then you know not.

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"mankowski" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

"You heard vince kerris talk in the opening intro about six minutes ago about his team just knowing it needed to stay poised and needed to keep doing what it was doing because in all honesty keith early on in that game and we're going to talk about this game more in depth coming up in a little bit but early in the game what was fueling the oshkosh scoring drives and not all of them were even drives we're just big plays big play salmon cousy big kickoff return another big pass play and you know it it seemed like that was something that certainly mountain you could make an adjustment in fix yes especially when you're you're not giving up drives down the field of ten or twelve plays where they're chipping away the first oshkosh drive where they missed a field goal that was a nice series of plays or sequence of place for gosh where they didn't have really one huge gain but they moved the ball down field but then after that that the seventy two yard play mankowski was really a sort of jump ball author thrown out of the end zone maybe twenty five thirty yard play if if the defensive backs onsite make the tackle they miss attack on it turns into a seventy two yard play then then there was eighty six yard catch where mankowski just got behind the defense and other than that there were there were a thirty yard run in a forty three yard run early in the second half and there was a twenty yard pass at the very end of the game to set up the field goal but other than that mount union didn't give a big place so they part of the reason they got behind his because they did give up big place they also had a sequence early in the first half where it sort of became irrelevant once the game got out of hand and then mount union came back but there was a sequence where they get to the one yard line then they have a false start and a forget what the other bad play was but in any case they're basically getting ready to punch it in and tied at fourteen the ended up and only making it fourteen ten oshkosh gets awhile back makes it twenty one ten before the half if you looked at where they were at the half statis.

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"mankowski" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Probably not you probably need to cut off their meds steer everybody every guys castration what about old let's just start castrating me can we do that please can we eliminate men wouldn't that be great yet cut their their thing off and on your feed them hormones you feed them estrogen until you know until their weeping like girls every minute of every day i feel does need to cross my legs right now just i'm ashamed of saying that there's no doubt the it's it's a promising approach says eric mankowski associate share of these psychology department it portland state university that's the one school byu has beaten all season long and football at a glad they've got a great psychology department were about it this stuff he said but we don't know whether they're whether they prevent sexual violence some studies show promising effects on attitudes of behavior intentions but a single class is unlikely to undo years of socialization in toxic masculinity you know for the last twenty years or so men have just been made to feel like they're garbage your your garbage you were born garbage you learned garbage and you continue to be garbage your entire life so now we're going to change you into women for the past twenty five years mankowski is taught a course titles psychology of men in masculine italy's which he says deconstructs how masculinity is socialized as a performer tiff mask rather than a biological imperative this is psychological bull crap.

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"mankowski" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Indianapolis thirty eight percent of their touchdowns went to the tight end position as third highest demean this is is well documented that andrew luck feeds his tied ends always as to whether its fleet earned wayne allyn and now it's going to be doyle in swu her swope had however you you say it uh but it so that's why that that's the only thing holding doyle back is that they split between two tight usually one will emerge as the predominant one in the and i believe that schect oil so i think he is a fine low end tight in one all right i'm going to read back through these thinking of a sleeper tight end you want to share it d foot clan one we have rob mankowski than jordan read travis kelsea greg olsen tyler effort jimmy graham aker its kyle rudolf eric hebron hunter henry martellus bennett and jack doyle as sleeper tied in pick one out that maybe you think you're not drafting them maybe but you are looking at them in the first couple of weeks of the season if he if you're going to punt the position maybe this guy's viable uh you know disc pedal last year would have been an example this where you could kinda pretty much to sign him off the waivers from every wanted and get a good week out of him jason whose years i think everyone that deep a guy that you're not going to trap or you're gonna pay attention to vance mcdonald is tied in that i was really excited for last year in on a per game basis he was good but he has been completely discounted in the fantasy surname million absurd because it looked like he wasn't even gonna be on the team they didn't wanna that in like him.

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"mankowski" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Would you though you'll know good only reyshahri are also said that he was better than rob mankowski as well you don't be afraid of out your boy spread you i love around to what your benevides rob is a rousing now greatest like you don't if he mentions rather evening i look forward to a good shot labhairt took a shot at by because you bought valuable i got the it lips behind apple you don't right skit what help would your guy that you said that this w above you need would rise above it this is but if you look why would you respond kd wide who response shown in a a lot of career war with them think we're about to talk about this yesterday that a question on his account asking narrative our skill which one matters to you someone responded to the ran said lebrun assist better than you it's just fax responded with a simple now dan and what do you think about transfer spots i don't have a problem with the heat and i believe in cuban to heart and kevin durant heart and in his mind he believe that he is a better player lebron james what social media have done it have allow people that would have never been able to come in contact with over the celebrity o professional whatever the case may be if allowed you to have interaction in in the same token is allowed the players and this liberty than entertain of to have contact it's still astounds in confounds me that a player of kevin durant magnitude in now achievement.

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"mankowski" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mankowski" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"How do you feel about landry crabtree as the wide receiver one into an a ppar league think on first impression if you don't look at the rest of the roster it seems underwhelming despite the production for both of those you're you're hurting when it comes to the name recognition site of things and and to be quite frank i do worry a little bit about jarvis landry's production in the you know post jay ajay world or that as some post jj it's no because he's still there but i mean the post the world where he took over what do you call that on the jj era i guess yeah now that the jj era has the gun roseira csis gril building it added i era though that's what i'm saying is that what unites us out police outpost his breakout i'm alright end the j a dry erin i i'm i'm a little bit worried about jarvis landry but he has been you know otherworldly since he's been in the league for ppar leagues one of the things you have to keep in mind is while the names might not be as as sexy in a ppar league these volume receivers they just get the job done the help you when fantasy games and you can you can patched together a core of volume wide receivers in these leaks that can dominate other teams if you've got solid running backs and that's kind of the way we've gone here in one of the philosophies i take into drafts is when you have a difference maker at running back like david johnson ingrown cow ski at tight end i look at those his point separator so what i don't want to have at my wide receiver spot here is a couple of boom and bust players who will nola fi that point differential for david johnson if a rob mankowski when they every other week when they bust.

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