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"1 30" Discussed on 60 Minutes
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"1 30" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Don't know you're the first person to look at this with fresh eyes and years and years. What was it like watching this footage? It was fascinating and after 50 years you'd have every right to believe that everything but The Beatles had been talked about, here he felt that a film had been seen every bit of music have been heard that there was no more surprises with The Beatles. From his base in New Zealand, director Peter Jackson took a break from directing big budget studio films like Lord of the Rings. I want to show you the bit we have pulled practicing as head shakes. It has spent the last four years hanging out with John Paul George and Ringo. Suddenly, bang out of nowhere comes this incredible treasure trove of Flynn or material 52 years later. It's still blows my mind. It actually honestly still blows my mind. So how about changing around these two? And when you sing, don't you know it's gonna last week, it's a little bit has no plan. So give us some historical context here. Under what circumstances was this footage shot? They've lost what they loved as teenagers. They've lost being the four guys playing in a band. So they're going to record a new album with songs that only they're only going to play live. And they're not going to do any studio tricks. There's going to be no moly tracking, and they had to they had to figure out where and how they were going to perform to an audience. As The Beatles wrote in rehearsed, they allowed a film crew to capture every riff, both on guitar and in conversation. Colonies are right in this one because what he's doing is quantity, but you see that's the thing that will make it not going if we sing different words. So now I'm in love. The months worth of filming yielded only the forgettable 80 minute documentary let it be. Released a year later, after The Beatles broke up. A lifelong Beatles fan, Peter Jackson had always wondered what had happened to all those hours of unseen footage. So here we are in vault number three. His Tolkien like quest took him deep under the London headquarters of Apple corps. The Beatles label. They just said we've got it all. We've got some 50 7 hours of footage that a 130 hours of audio. And then they said that they were thinking about making a documentary using the footage. I just put up my hand and said, well, if you are looking for somebody to make it, don't please just think of me. Back in New Zealand, Jackson began the ultimate binge watch. Screening this musical motherload frame by frame. Given that any Beatles fan will tell you that let it be comes shrouded in sadness. Forever associated with the great divorce in rock and roll history, Jackson braced for the gloomy worst. I was watching I was waiting for it to get better. I was waiting for the narrative that I believed over the years to start happening. I was waiting for the arguments waiting for the discontent waiting for the misery. And, you know, it didn't happen. I mean, that shows, it shows issues that shows problems, but any band anytime has those hazard problems. This is not a band that's breaking up. These are not guys that dislike each other..
"1 30" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
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"1 30" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"I don't think it did. But there is something to be said for making your awesome coach feel appreciated, not making him resent you. Like it Bruce is like I built this from nothing. I've got it the number one in the country. I'm doing the job and brilliantly and every way you can do the job. And I deserve to have a John calipari Lake. You want me to compete with John calipari? I should get paid more like John calipari. And maybe you don't have to do it. And this is where I think sometimes the conversations get a little complicated. Because I've actually had these conversations with athletic directors and other people who run businesses who hire and fire people for a living. And let me be more specific. Higher and fire talented people for a living. People that would be called talents, right? Say, okay, you really got to pay this money to keep this person. You could just say no, because I don't think they're going anywhere. Well, what a flow of what comes after them. I don't think mobile is. Well, what if they do? Well, I don't think he wants to go to Louisville. Like, you could play those hard ball games as an employer if you want to. But then what do you end up with? A resentful coach? Like if you've got an amazing employee who's doing the job better than anybody could have reasonably expected, don't you want him to feel good about where he's at? Not feel like maybe I should have looked around. Maybe I should have seen if I could if I could get involved at Louisville. You don't want anybody. You got an awesome employee. You want him feeling appreciated, but more than that, you don't want them feeling resentful. You don't ever want Bruce pearl wondering if he's at the right place. You want to always make him feel like he is, and this is the type of contract that gets you there. And this is always another important thing to remember. There's no salary cap in college basketball when it comes to paying your coaches. You know who's paying that contract? Like maybe four super rich guys. Who love auburn? That's the way that comes down to. Is that your money? Is that my money? And it's not coming out of some fun that would otherwise be used on a library. You get four or 5 super rich people who care deeply about Bruce Perot and all of a basketball. And they say, now let's get done whatever we got to get done. And this is the result of it. And you know, you just think I always assumed Bruce pro was gonna get back in coaching after he was, you know, Delta three year show calls. He was out of college basketball for three years. I always assumed he would get back in. You know like he took a job, like a real business type job for a little while. Do you remember that? I do because I think, well, two things sprung to mind as we actually did an headquarters breaking news hit on this Friday night, and we didn't talk about this on the headquarters hit. But two things front to mine yeah, 'cause I think I either did a story about Bruce pearl doing this or we talked about it and then I never did it, but it was and I can't remember, but he literally had a 9 to 5 job. Like I remember him calling me once in the middle of his work day and he's like, and then like when it wrapped, he's like, yeah, I gotta hop on the sales call kind of deal. Now I don't remember the specifics. My recollection of it, it was like some I could be making this up. I'm acknowledging I don't remember the specific. But what I kind of think I remember is like it was some wealthy, Tennessee booster who gave him a job, but it was like a real he had to do something. I remember talking to him one time and he was like, yeah, I got to make a drive to Chattanooga tomorrow. You know, he was like, real job. And I always assumed he would get back in. But I always assumed it would have to be a bottom tier, power 5 job at best that would bring him back. And that is what auburn was. And now it's not. Now it's one of the top basketball programs in the country, incredible facilities, great fan base. And they're ranked number one in the country on a 17 game winning streak. I specifically remember going to a Manhattan iona game. Whenever this would have been 20 13, 2012, 2014, and like the middle of February and it's on maybe ESPN, you on a Friday night, I don't even like that. And Bruce pearls the color analyst. And we're talking before the game we're talking at halftime and like that is a universe away from where he is now, man. It's just like he was getting he was getting Mac play by play duties on like a Friday night. Well, like he's the fourth. I think he's the fourth quarter yesterday database. I believe it's Cal, the highest paid ski, although who really know duke's private Jay Wright, I think now Bruce pearl's number four and I think he narrowly passed, I think Chris beard is now the 5th highest men's basketball court. Duke is private, so I don't think you ever know exactly. I was just told this one time by somebody who would know, nobody makes more than just asking. They just said that they just said that they just said that plainly. Whatever numbers you hear, just understand the highest paid basketball coach at the collegiate level is Mike zucchini. Yeah, agree. USDA reported in 2021, it was Cal then K, but that's probably parameters, whatever. But we agree with that, yes. Right, yeah. So I was told nobody makes more than him. Period. And if somebody ever got to a point where it looked like they might be more than they would fix that. The bike shop is the highest coaching college basketball. But I don't know, you go back to the day, you know, those guys get fired. Don't staff at Tennessee..
"1 30" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This is the 1 30 report. I'm Sandy Collins. Breaking now U. S Airlines are filing regulatory notices to warn that demand for seats on their planes has disappeared because of rising covid fears in the country. A B C's Alex Stone has details just about every U. S airline is telling regulators now that travel demand his dried up over covid variant fears. What was red hot is now cold. United's Andrew in his cell, a telling an investor conference. The drop comes from fears about the delta variant with passengers canceling their trips. Supplies just outrun demand, and that's it's really difficult to catch back up. Also, fall is typically a big time for business travel, and so many people are still working remotely. That demand isn't there. It does mean there are some really cheap tickets available right now for travel during the fall like Stone E B. CNN Earlier today, the Ohio Health Department warned at cases and hospitalization Continued to be driven upward, and we cannot forget that masks can keep the virus from spreading. Please wear a mask. If you have not yet been vaccinated, please get vaccinated. Getting vaccinated. You are going to help us in the hospital, You are much less likely to get infection and your muscles much less likely to be hospitalized. That is a Joseph gassed alot. He's the medical director at Ohio Health. Now let's get the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. The pelvic Health Center at UC Health is the region's only health center. Staffed by fellowship trained euro gynecologist from both gynecology and urology. Delays at the Brent Spence Bridge. Now North, Um, 10 minutes from the cut in the Hill South bound seven minutes from Western.
All of the Equipment Biden Left Behind for the Taliban
"UK put together a graphic sourced from the G A o of all of the equipment. This hapless fac was zero in the White House decided to leave behind to the Taliban to come and murder us and our enemies with later, did you I can't even go through the whole list because I only have a couple minutes left. But here just as just some of the equipment we left behind. 22,174 Humvees 8000 trucks 162,000 radio 16,000 n V GS 358,000 assault Right night vision goggles or left this listening 126,295 pistols. I thought they were into gun control and gun confiscation. Maybe they want to confiscate the guns so they can redistribute the guns to the Taliban. Who would have thunk it, Jim to quite a great idea. 176 artillery pieces. 64,363 machine guns, 42,000 trucks and SUVs. You know, this is this is really crazy. You have to fill out one of these big long forms to get access to an actual automatic weapon or a suppressor, not the Taliban. You give them 64,363 there A okay? No worries there 169 armored personnel carriers. 634 What is this? M m 11 17 trucks They got 33 m 17 m 17 helicopter. I can't even read this to my eyes are so bad, you agent they used to be good. I'm losing you age 60 Blackhawks 33 of them. Four C. 1 30 transports to Little mini jets they got they got Cessna Cessna two age 28 of those. Wow. What a haul. The president.
'Unprecedented' NYC Subway Breakdown Sparked by Power Surge
"Of subway service an unprecedented system breakdown. She's promising to find out what caused the power surge that resulted in trains coming to a halt and stranding people on the track, Governor Huckle says at 8 30 Sunday night, there was a problem that trigger the backup system. But when it switched back to the main system for an unknown reason there was a power surge. That impacted 83 trains across the one through seven and L lines with most concerning was the five trains that have been stuck between stations. This ended up leading to evacuations in the tunnels. Hogle says service was restored about 1 30 in the morning but could have been back sooner. If it were not for riders getting out of the trains and walking in the tunnels she calls the power surge unacceptable is ordering an investigation into the cause. I'm Scott Pringle
"1 30" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Skin product solution. So listen if there is something that you want your body to have in terms of nutrition. I suggest is definitely something we recommend. But can someone get eissa jennings. We'll get more information from. You can hit us up and find you. A life is now podcasts. Life is not podcast on facebook. Actually inbox us at life is now podcast at g mail dot com and yeah hit us up and let us know you know what i personally love the shakes right. You have the ice aline pro. You have the regular ice genetics shakes. He is my experience. I've tried Dole terror shakes. I've tried them regular shakes from dnc. Gnc vitamin shoppe. Nine shop great. But there's something different for me. This is my opinion that you just put eight ounces of water and it feels like the shake has milk it does. It's creamy yeah. Normally when i would make a shake with a lot of protein. It's like i got to put in the milk. And i got to put into the bananas and make sweet but it's real simple. Add water and it has everything you need. And i'll give you my testimony. My testimony mike as to why i'm so about these products is the fact that once upon a time. My parents raised me with a humongous amount of healthy eating. We were always doing exercise. And everything and you know. My mother is a cancer survivor. And so like my mom. Yeah thank you. Praise the lord but my mom actually at age fifty was diagnosed with colon rectal cancer and thank god she survived. She's healthy now But you know we were so healthy. Eating and the story with me is that when i was just you know as soon as i was able to swallow a horse pill a vitamin my parents were giving me all different sorts of vitamins and yet still i was getting sick and so once. I started eissa gen-x my immune system like kicked you know. Kick a kick ass to the point. That i don't really get sick and that includes like not getting the flu and this is my testimony right. I'm not saying like try. Eissa jenex and you'll never get sick again. But if feels really good to know that i the right energy that i have the nutrients that i need. And the these are meal replacements. This is not a diet guys. We are not talking about dieting but no but simply cleansing cleansing your body which is what we go back to in terms of what you were talking about. What is it that you're putting inside your car and if your car is getting good fuel do you deserve good fuel. Just saying you know. What's my favorite thing about this shake. Is that it has thirty six grams of straight protein. Yeah it's delicious. don't trust me. Don't take my word for it. Look at all the other shakes and see how many grams of protein a has it has also six grams of dietary fiber. Here's my favorite twenty-three vitamins and minerals like that's why you real stuff. Why swallow your vitamins when you can just drink a delicious shake you got it and you know what which is going to get me excited because on our next podcast yes. This is huge guys. Brace yourselves why. I didn't i didn't mean since up. You were saying which brings me to like the next podcast. Our special guests on our next drummer embraced yourself was going to be on the podcasts. Mr pat flynn guys. Fitness minimalists author leader. Coaching business coach. And i mean that's just the name of things even houses seven-year black belt. Yes seventh degree black belt. He as also a musician. So i bet like hurt. He plays guitar he does so he does it all he does it all so we can.
"1 30" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Ballpark figure ballpark figure. It's probably eighties nineties. Eighties eighties nice. I my grandma's ninety one and my mother's Grandma or aunt. If i believe it might be on. She lived until one hundred and she had another aunt that lived one hundred and four. You can only imagine what were these women eating or putting in their system. What lifestyles were they living. And these are women that actually smoked tobacco. But you know as. I am dominican. These women came from dominican republic and they had the real organic. You know if you were smoking tobacco you literally pulled it from the ground and you literally were smoking that and it was good quality top of the line. You knew exactly what was in it. I believe that we don't really know what we're eating nowadays right. Yeah we don't actually have. I have a friend to which is your friend too she. She's like the master coach when wild coaching her grandmother is ninety nine years. God bless her salute to laurie. Yes we love you ninety nine. Imagine you going up in that age and like what you've experienced what you've learned the wisdom you create that is amazing and do you think she was hitting the gym and working out and all that stuff now it was probably what she ate right the lifestyle that she had learned that. Because even if you choose not to work out if you eat correctly you will lose weight. You will stay healthy. It's what we put into our bodies. It's like a car. Are you putting in unleaded gas. Are you putting in premium gas dying or are you putting the middle grade like some people. I'm gonna put the cheapest thing in the car why you think your engine is hesitating because you decided to put the cheapest thing and then our bodies work the exact same way. So if you're gonna choose to not invest in yourself and invest in nutrition and invest in. Actually taking time for yourself is so crazy I went to the tony robbins..
"1 30" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Jenex inspired and created by mark and pristina. Welcome to life is now. This show is about inspiring impacting motivating and lifting people's spirits and for people who want to reach unlimited possibilities. Today in this podcast series. We are talking about work out. Boom boom boom boom bump bump bump bump choice. How funny. he just made a new song. I just did. Yeah so mike. Do you want to know the definition of working out. Hit me with your best shot. I like that's onto a session. Okay according to google. Let's let's be clear now. According to google a session of vigorous physical exercise or training is what a workout is vigorous powerful word. I was like a serious piece in that definition bigger rece- if you are not working out vigorously you might not be working out okay and it may sound scary so let's get to the meat and potatoes right before a workout. You guys working out. Is it a mental workout physical workout. While you working out doing meditation. What are you doing all we working out in our relationship like what are we doing interesting. Okay so for me working out. I'm going to be honest. Mike and all of our life is now podcast followers and listeners. I'm not the workout site. Do i love to run. Yes do i love to do cardio and like dance. Yes do i love to do sometimes strength weight lifting and stuff like that. That's cool right to build muscle and it's really not cool because you making. You reminded me of one of my favorite movies. Selena right yeah. Because jennifer lopez did a tremendous job. But she had a scene where she's i wanna eat pizza executive eating pizza hot sauce and pizza and more peter. How do you own a physical body like that. By eating pizza times godson could be gone sent. But i think it's because she's committed you gotta work work. Yeah you gotta put in the work for sure so my whole thing. Is that what my workouts look like. They are not vigorous. i'm sorry mentally. Maybe they are vigorous. I love meditation. I love yoga but for me. A real awesome workout. I am that type of person that don't don't give me cross fit. Do not give me sometimes even zimba. There's a little bit so measuring. i'm like oh my god went. Does it end like it could be a lot. It's intense so. I'm the type of person that my life is intense as it is. If i'm gonna work out. I wanna chill when i run. I can go for a really long run and the reason being is that. I'm just looking ahead. Zoning out listening to my freakin awesome playlists. And i'm just like literally like tacking this road or jog as life. Women is the mixed marathon running. I'm okay so. I'm not a runner yet but i say next year next year i would love to do the new year on coming of now like in november. I think work here to sign up for that..
Military Plane Crash Leaves at Least 50 Dead in Philippines
"Death toll is now at least 50 in the wake of a C 1 30 transport crash yesterday. Officials are now calling this the worst air disaster in Philippine military history. We get more from ABC is Tom Rivers at the Foreign desk groups have found the last five dead at the crash scene, raising the toll the C 1 30 Hercules overshot the runway while landing slamming into a coconut grove and bursting Into flames. Philippine Armed Forces spokesman Major General Edgar Arevalo accidents like this that needed investigation may have other aspects to look into look at facility equipment, whether skills of the pilot. The plane was one of two refurbished U. S. Air Force aircraft handed over to the Philippines as part of Washington's military assistance this
13 People Shot in Downtown Austin
"At least 13 people were injured in an early morning shooting in downtown Austin Interim police chief Joseph She cons as it happened about 1 30 this morning in a crowded area of Austin's sixth Street. Says police were there before other first responders and their fast action prevented any loss of life. They were able to immediately begin life saving measures for many of these patients, including applications of alternatives, applications of chest seals and other types of first aid. Chikane says they have managed. They have a, uh, shooters description, but it's not very good, he says. It's a tall, thin black man with dreadlocks, hair. Man. They still don't have any idea exactly why all of this happened.
Wrong-Way Drivers On Eisenhower Expressway Cause Crashes Leaving 5 Dead In Chicago
"Cold little bit, but I think we should all we probably seen the pictures from these fatal accidents that occurred on the Eisenhower overnight. Oh, my gosh. It was just terrible. And I was really happy. Wasn't working mornings today because I probably wouldn't have gotten to know into work. I mean, these occurred like 15 minutes apart, and they were it like about 1 15 1 30 this morning when it displays in Harlem, Two people died in that they were both wrong way drivers that hit other drivers than 15. Minutes later, Another one occurred right at the Jane Byrne interchange, heading inbound because of a Driver that was facing West bound going the wrong way. We were
Man walked into Atlanta grocery store with five guns, body armor, police say
"That's just days after the mass shooting at a Colorado supermarket. It was that in Atlanta, Atlanta Police Department spokesman said officers were called just after 1 30 this afternoon to the Atlantic Station public's where Manager. The manager there told him and our man entered the store and headed to the bathroom. Authorities held a man for questioning. According to police. He had weapons, including two long guns, Three pistols, and all were concealed. He said. The 22 year old man has been charged with reckless conduct and undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. Legal covert vaccination. Our local coveting the vaccination sites and Dallas are Getting ready to
Shooting At Dallas Bar Leaves 1 Dead, 8 Injured
"Help to solve a murder, police say about 1 30 Saturday morning there was an altercation between two groups of people at the Prime nightclub on Technology Boulevard. According to police. Someone pulled out a handgun started shooting and a total of eight people were injured. But 21 year old Daisy Navarette died from her injuries. Police say the suspect was wearing a hat and jacket with unknown writing on the back, and there was a witness with a polo logo on the back of his jacket. If you have any information about this crime, please contact the homicide unit at Dallas Police were crime stoppers. Nicole Deal
1 dead, 7 injured in shooting at Pryme Night Club in Dallas
"And Dallas police are looking for the person who fired a gun at a local nightclub, killing one person and hurting seven others. Dallas police say it started with a disturbance between two groups of people in the prime nightclub. Early Saturday morning, someone pulled out a handgun and started firing killing 21 year old Daisy Navarette. Eight others were hit and went to the hospital. Police arrived at the nightclub at about 1 30 in the morning, answering the call, which had come in as an active shooter. Dallas News reporter Kelly Smith tweeted photos from inside, describing it as a mess with bloodstained clothes, alcohol and glass scattered around the
4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper
"Kennedy just a slight delay in about at Augusta, just under 20 minutes from O'Hare downtown. It's clear in from Montrose and album Lancer Clear to the express lanes in bounder wide open as well. Stevenson. Some work on that exit to the Dan Ryan. It's got it down to one lane, and there's a crash out about on the Ryan at 79th. Now, three right lanes are blocked 25 minutes out to 95th, and that time likely to go up. Bishop forward Outbound salad from 1/30 Steel Bridge. There's a car fire in the right lane. And some gay pers and the inbound lanes to it smelled 33 from the Dan Ryan to 80 94, then in Portage Park. There's Irving Park. Cicero in Milwaukee, all closed for police activity because of that crash earlier this morning, and four people were hurt in that shooting and fiery crash near the six Corners intersection on the Northwest side. It happened around 2 30 this morning at the corner of Irving Park, Cicero and Milwaukee in Portage Park. Police said the car hit a parked a street sweeper, which caused both vehicles to burst into flames. Police say three people inside the car were taken to the hospital in serious condition. One of them a 32 year old woman had been shot three times in the stomach. The driver of the car was taken into custody. Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the crash. Facebook is adding informational labels to posts about getting covert 19 vaccines as the tech giant tries to counter vaccine related miss information on its
Los Angeles Clippers Snap 3-Game Skid With 130-104 Rout Of Warriors
"To shoot Now for quite with a game high 25 rises for a deep three ball. Hey goes cool. Why Leonard has felt this Broke tonight five of seven from three's Got 28 the Clippers lead 96 63 5 70 L A sports Quite Leonard 28 just three quarters of work Clippers route The Warriors 1 30 to 1 old four, sending Golden state to their season worse, the fourth consecutive loss.
"1 30" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"This season seems to be putting both sides of his game together. The best that i've seen him do it. And that makes the clippers a really scary team to contend with following up that loss to the nets clippers had a blowout victory against the cleveland. Cavaliers paul george was spectacular. Thirty six points on thirteen of twenty shooting with six assists. You've heard me be hard on him. All season about his turnovers. And how he needs to mitigate those we'll this game he had zero over also. It was just a beautiful overall. Game from paul george. Unfortunately he was out last night against the celtics in four point lost for the clippers with swelling in his right foot. We hope he's ok and recover soon because if he continues to play the way that he's been this year. There's not a lot of teams that you can say are better than the clippers. W some fun stuff. Going on over there for the clippers and then how about the suns who started the season pretty hop but have you seen them able to keep that up. We mentioned last week that this has been an inconsistent team. The season and injuries definitely played a role in that. Since the start of the season this has been the best week of suns basketball. They went three on the week. Beating dallas twice in detroit wants and their only loss coming to the pelicans devon booker was able to return to the lineup in the second game against dallas. And it doesn't look like he's missed a beat. He averaged twenty four points per game on the week thing going over to the sons defense their rank fifth in the nba and opponent points per game giving up only one hundred and eight a game in all three of their wins this week. They held their opponents at or below this average and in their won loss they gave up a hundred and twenty. Three points to the pelicans. So if this team plays like they're capable of defensively on a nightly basis..
"1 30" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Had a career high sixteen points on six of nine shooting going three three three from three point line. He followed that up with fourteen point. Eight rebound and five assists game against the mavericks. One play that he had in the first half against dallas was just beautiful winning basketball. He had the ball on the left wing saw that curry was on the baseline and had the opportunity. Set him up for a shot. So won- swung the ball backup to draymond up top. Set a pin down for steph. Who came off the screen and nailed a three so this is just a guy who understands the game and as a vital part of what the warriors are getting definitely think about how guys like jj playing for the warriors and the movies over to sacramento. Kings have shown constant over the last two weeks. What do you attribute this success. To first off we want to congratulate. Tirees halliburton on being named western conference. Rookie of the month for the games. That were played in december january. There's four rookies in the western conference. Who were selected ahead of halliburton including the top. Two picks in the draft with anthony. And james wiseman so that just shows the impact that this guy is having in the early part of the season. For the king's talking about this week the kings went to and one on the week. Losing by one to miami in a tough game and following up. What a win against the pelicans in the celtics ever since that four game losing streak in january. The defense has really hunkered down for this team for an average. Nba team the team about one hundred ten points per game in over the first fifteen games for the kings. They gave up over one hundred and ten points per game thirteen times in the last six games..
"1 30" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Yeah so joining us in just a little bit or our financial guys they will talk about the markets and give some reflection on what we've seen. We will be back in just a few minutes. You're listening to the tom. Debris show powered by depre- financial group from our studios on main street in lexington. Stay tuned.
"1 30" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"A welcome back to the. Tom decrease show. We had mario balabagn join us. For project veritas. For the first half. Tom's gonna fly solo with me chirping in for the second. Half right. yeah. There's a little civilization to this song. We're listening to. If you had listened to the words. I'd love to change the world. Are you going to change tom. I'm not jangling thing. That's god's business saul thirty one in the. Oh lord do. I put my trust. Let me never be ashamed. Deliver me in that. Righteousness bow down then ear to me. Deliver me speedily. Be thou my strong rock for a house of defense to save me for thou art my rock and my fortress therefore for the namesake lead me and guide me pull me out of the net that they have laid prevously for me for now art my strength in design hand. I commit my spirit. Thou redeem me. Oh god of truth. You know weird because i it's. I'm i've always been kinda countercyclical you have all these people of faith and people that i trust and like you know getting off of facebook right now saying get the heck away from facebook and all this and what's weird is that in the last. Probably four or five weeks. I've just kind of discovered it and Started started Putting stuff on there and Censored me at this point because you're not talking politics. I like maybe one or you watched you look at some of those posts. Well did talk about it. I censor ye days. You didn't censor me on those. They way i put something on there today in this is This is going to be spiritual in nature. But i had lunch with this gentleman this week. Who helped found this place and If you thought if you follow me on facebook. Tom dupree Christ center lexington kentucky at the corner of mill and maxwell street where now stands dudley square stood the old deadly school. The building had been empty for years when in nineteen sixty six paul and rebecca petri in jim and dixie parker least informed christ center which was designed to be a residential christian community to help young people from the streets of lexington coming out of drugs and violence. They had various programs and one of them was prayer and speakers meeting every tuesday night. I was a sophomore in high. School is was like nineteen seventy two. And i had lost my way after a series of mishaps. My mother recommended that i try. This place got on my bicycle. One tuesday evening and headed. They're looking for woman named cheryl. Who was supposed to help me. Not finding cheryl. I went in the prayer meeting already in progress and sat down on the floor along with everyone else. People were taking turns praying when suddenly this guy who i later determined to be descended from one of the first families of massachusetts. Got up and delivered a quote prophecy. I in what sounded like a foreign tongue and then in english. I was astounded and badly frightened. But i stayed there for some reason. I kept praying for a buddy of mine who. I knew to be helplessly. Buried in drugs and alcohol. After the meeting i found cheryl. We went in a room and she prayed for me. Suddenly i felt like electricity coursing through me from head to toe. I've never shared this in a public form. But there's a first for everything. At this point. I became convinced that whatever power. Jesus ad i wanted and needed that was in one thousand nine hundred seventy two and for the last forty eight years. I've had my ups and downs with god. But i cannot deny nor would i wish to his absolute grip on my life. That doesn't forestall problems or heartbreak or my own negligence or even recalcitrance love that word. Jesus christ despite all my shortcomings is still and will be my lord forever. That is based on his power. Not my own power to do the deal. This happened to me at christ center that place. Holy ground now. That's personal testimony. About how i became a christian and how i can continue to be christian is a book. That's still being written. But i wanna talk about it. A little bit in terms of geopolitics because this gentleman that i had lunch with who founded it has Then very instrumental in europe and around the world in doing prayer breakfasts and promulgating The christian message throughout the world and You know they say all roads geopolitically all roads lead back to israel And i think in some ways they do Although here in the us we find that with the recent elections and or less call it installations you know if you if you want to really get down to. I don't need to get into what i think about. What really happened but You know it's it's it's definitely Going to affect christianity and everything that we stand for in this country in judeo christian since the suppression of free speech The suppression of The ability to worship The destruction of of innocent life The promotion of disordered sexual by sees and a variety of other kinds of things. I am not scared of people that might try to harm me or others. Because i know that god is my salvation. I don't look to man for my own justification. Nor do i attempt to justify myself in terms of how many people like me or how much money i make or.
"1 30" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
CDLE will hold two virtual town halls for unemployment information
"One's Jim. Really for K Away NewsRadio. State Labor Department's gonna be hosting a pair of virtual town halls tomorrow, officials were going to talk about things like the new online benefits system, how federal extended benefits will work and how officials air handling a spike in fraud cases. The English version will be held at 11 30 in the morning. A Spanish version for 1 30. People can can register register register for for for for the the the the sessions sessions sessions sessions on on on on the the the the state state state state unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment website. website. website. website. That That That That
"1 30" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Time. 1 30 Washington Continuing to prepare for Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, shops have been boarded up along Connecticut Avenue in downtown Washington, D C in a huge rectangle surrounding the White House down to the Lincoln Memorial, stretching all the way East past the Capitol streets are being blocked off by the National Guard. Biden's inauguration is taking place under unprecedented security. Given what happened at the Capitol on January 6th some 20 5000 National Guard troops are here to keep order. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS Washington A couple 100 of those National Guard troops left Colorado this morning and the number of covert 19 hospitalizations is going down as the number of deaths slow down more than 215,000. New infections of covert 19 were reported in the United States yesterday. That's down nearly 29,000 from Friday. Our next update comes your way at two o'clock I'm Connor Shreve on K Away. NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Well, a little bit of wind going to drive around town. Otherwise, it's pretty easy drive from the Fred Sports Traffic Center. We have a couple of crashes. Relatively minor ones one of eight and Grant Avenue and another crash South bound on Quebec approaching I to 70 all the highways, though in good shape, including I 25 North and South bound. And I 70 East and westbound through town. Fox 31 pinpoint whether partly cloudy skies today very windy conditions at times look for a high temperature near 50. And overnight low down around 27 in Denver. Currently it's 47 degrees. This report is sponsored by the Denver boat Show. Secure Your Summer at the Denver Boat Show Remote sales event, January 15th through the 24th. For a limited time. 2021 models and voting accessories are.
Houston Rockets trade James Harden to Brooklyn Nets
"Houston Rockets were a part of 14 trade Decide to scuttle star James Harden sent to the Brooklyn Nets. Houston gets four first round picks three unprotected from the Nets and one from the Cleveland Cavaliers, as well as Victor Oladipo from the Pacers. Cleveland lands Jared Allen and Indiana gets Caris Levert on the court. The Nets beat the Knicks won 16 to 109. It was the Lakers topping the thunder 1 28 99 L. A. No league best 10 and three and a perfect seven on the road Clippers over the publicans 1 11 106 Damian Lillard goes for 40 on the Trail Blazers 1 30 to 1 26 1 over the King's bucks Beat the Pistons. 1 10 11 young assistant Ikuko triple Double 22 points. 10 boards. 10 assists. Maverick over the Hornets, one of 4 93 Luca Dodge. It's near triple double for Dad was 34 points. 13 rebounds, nine assists, Grizzlies topped the Timberwolves won 18 107 college basketball
Houston Rockets trade James Harden to Brooklyn Nets
"Where the Houston Rockets were a part of a Florentine trade that sought to scribble star James Harden sent to the Brooklyn Nets. Houston gets four first round picks. Re unprotected and an additional pick from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Victor Oladipo from the Pacers. Also going to Houston, Cleveland lands Jared Allen and Indiana gets caress Laverne on the court the Nets while waiting for James Harden, you arrived beat the Knicks won 16 to 109 Lakers over the thunder 1 28 99 l A Now 10 and 37 No. One road this year, Clippers topped the pelicans. 1 11 1 of six. Damian Lillard goes for 40 points. The Trailblazers over the King's 1, 30 to 1 26 bucks Beat the Pistons 1 10 101 Mavericks Down the Hornets. One of 4 93 Luca dodgy near triple Double for Dallas. 34 points. 13 rebounds, nine assists. Grizzly top. The Timberwolves won 18 to 107 opening night The
Nickelodeon NFL playoffs: Wild Card game schedule
"NFL wild card weekend continues and in 4 30 eastern 1, 30 Pacific things they're going to get Wilder. When CBS and Nickelodeon team up for a special presentation of the playoffs today, the NFL wild card is on CBS and Nickelodeon. I believe I heard that It's SpongeBob sports pants that's going to a pre game show. I wonder if there's going to be any slime. I wonder if we're gonna be like you can't do that on television. All those things I think are going to be available to you, as the Bears and Saints will have their game broadcast. On Nickelodeon.
Trump, Biden briefed on Nashville explosion preceded by warning
"Found human remains near the site of explosion this morning in downtown Nashville. Meanwhile, President Trump has been briefed on the blast. NBC's Aaron Khutor ski has more splintered debris littered downtown Nashville after an RV exploded in what police called an intentional act. A warning message blared from the vehicle prior to the explosion and police move people away. There were few injuries, but several buildings sustained structural damage, including an 18. Building, knocking out service in Nashville and surrounding areas. A security camera showed the RV arriving downtown just before 1 30 in the morning local time a few hours before it blew up. President elect Joe Biden has also been briefed. It's still
Boston - The Coast Guard Calls Off The Search For The Emmy Rose Fishing Vessel
"These search for a missing crew on a fishing boat that sank Monday morning has been called off. Coast Guard had been Combing the waters off the coast of Provincetown, searching for four people who were aboard the Emmy rose fishing boat that originated in Portland, Maine. It was around 1 30 in the morning on Monday when the ship sank some 20 miles northeast of
Coast Guard suspends search for fishing crew in the Atlantic
"Suspended its search for four missing fisherman off the coast of the Commonwealth captain Wesley Hester to search and rescue mission coordinator with the Coast Guard's first district, telling WBZ. The decision to suspend the search is never an easy one. He says. Their crews have been searching continuously for more than 38 hours. And during that search that covered more than 2000 Square Miles. The Coast Guard got the emergency radio beacon from the M E Rose, which was based in Portland, Maine, around 1 30 on Monday morning. This came in from about 20 nautical miles off Provincetown, the owner of the vessel reported four people were aboard couldn't get an answer on the satellite phone on the boat on crews arrived there at the scene. They found the radio beacon and the life raft but no sign of the vessel or the fisherman. Again. The Emmy
Emily Harrington is first woman to free climb Golden Gate route on Yosemite's El Capitan in one day
"Herring to becoming the first woman to free climb El Capitan in a single day. She's a professional rock climber Emily Harrington. Made history when she scaled the 3000 FT Granite wall of Yosemite National Park's El Capitan in under 24 hours. There's someone who could care less about the election going on. She's like I have other things on my mind. And she is a five time US national champion. I guess in rock climbing. I don't know. Racing for this climb just a year earlier that hospitalized her And a 1 30 said 10 36 against it was To begin our ascent. 21 hours, 30 minutes 51 seconds later. Herrington reached the top of El Capitan, making her fourth Her the fourth person. The first woman to ever climb a ll Capitan in 24 hours. Says NBC Nunally Harrington has literally climbed her way to the top The 34 year old rock climber, becoming the first woman ever to free climb the famed golden Gate root of El Capitan. Doing it in under 24 hours in order to free climbed el cap in a day you have to cut corner for me. It was just about balancing what types of risk I was willing to take in orderto sacrifice. My safety for seed head wound from a bad fall during the climb almost prevented her from completing it. There was a part of me that didn't want to Going, But there was this other part of me that just knew that I could do it and I deserved. I owed it to myself to try again. Carrington pushed through, making her way up nearly 3000 Ft of El Cap, one of the biggest, most iconic walls known the world over for its sheer size and difficulty. Harrington is only the fourth person ever to free climb the Golden Gate route in a single day. Using just her hands to grip ridges, sin his dimes and ropes only as a safety measure not to aid the climb. I feel like anybody could conceivably die on any given day Sport of rock climbing, made popular in the documentary Free Solo, which followed Alex Honnold as he successfully attempted the first free solo climb of El Capitan. Scaling the vertical rock face without any protection from a fall and scary honestly, a big part of the appeal is to be in this position that should be totally scary should be crazy, but to feel super comfortable. Honnold, a longtime friend and climbing partner of Harrington accompanied her on the first two thirds of her historic climb. Her fiance, Adrian Ballenger, joined her for the final section, climbing much of the sheer rock in the dark of the night, ultimately achieving what she calls an impossible dream, setting a new record and scaling her way to new Heights. Amazing. Wow. NBC News that report.
"1 30" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"I have a dear dear friend and I was thinking happy birthday to her and I didn't get too far along when she goes okay. Oh ooh shame on her right. I don't care if it sounds horrible or not bad. I sing off tune to certain people just on purpose and they love it because I saying so badly off tune. They are like okay. I know that you did that from your heart because God help you. You and it's Kinda like that movie. My best friends wedding win the fiance gets up to sing at the Karaoke bar and it was so bad that the crowd couldn't do anything but to love her because of the fact that she was in there trying to do it for her love and passion of her of her fiance right and so while we love those little winning attitudes in the idea. Yes my passion is GonNa make it happen. The reality is is that if you're looking at business and you're looking or the opportunity for it to grow you light what I check and see. Is it something that the world is ready for or that the world is looking for now? You know what there are exceptions. Let's take the IPHONE for example. Nobody was looking for a home. We had one that was hanging on the wall. We were happy with that. You know people had those great big conquers for awhile. You know that were in the car but nobody thought. Oh my God. I need that I didn't know about it right. It was something new so that there are exceptions. So don't think that we are trying to talk you out of a something on what I've seen is I think you should get the advice of some people. And if you don't get this you don't get the right advice than go.
"1 30" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"Word simple tall. Welcome to the daily reset or you guys are stuck with me as an a road. Well I just thought that maybe just maybe. I could make some more goofy faces. Do all different things that I've always wanted to do when I grew up. Yes I did it. I couldn't resist. I had to put that out there. I promise one day I grow up. I don't want you to grow up cutting board. Well you know when my children were little I was. I became a godmother to a young man and they asked says we were in the retreat. They said what are the good things about growing up and the little boy looked around and the table is there and the man. I felt very bad for him. His son was there. His Dad was there with him. And I was godmother are going to be as godmother and the boy waited and finally the man says come on guys. There's something good about growing up and turned around and I looked at the kids and I said look at all the fun that I have because I'm grown up. I said I get to choose my passion. I get to follow my passion. I get to do exactly what I want. And the little boy looked at me. And he said you're the only grownup I've ever known that does that. That's right exactly exactly you know. And that's what the little boy said he says you're the Oh that's right that's right he says you're the only grownup. I know that does all that I know. I know it get bogged down by everybody else's expectations of us and it's not until we all of a sudden stop and say you know what I gotTa follow my Pat. I have all of my passion and I have to just what Elizabeth Linda can present. Keep moving forward. I am on forward thinking Melinda Cooper Great. I'm great I'm super excited about what you're about to launch about what we're building together and a run right along with what we you know. We didn't really have time to dig into what it is. Were up to because people. I'm sure are curious. You know as friends as really good friends. Our friendship has evolved and gotten better and better and we trust each other more and more and the bond.
"1 30" Discussed on Election Ride Home
"Welcome to the election. Ride home for Thursday January thirtieth two thousand and twenty. I'm your host placement with a.