38 Burst results for "10 Years Old"

Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on The Guy Benson Show

The Guy Benson Show

00:18 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on The Guy Benson Show

"Have shifted over two weeks, just smoking pot and a lot of the most moving E cigarettes and hookah and jewel and I think it's availability and has been appealing to them. It's got the different flavors. It's being marketed to them, so I think that's why it's kind of all shifted. Dr. Kathy Ward is with Big Apple pediatrics and says the weed trend is followed closely by E. Cigarettes. Nicotine can change the chemistry, the adolescent brain. It can affect their learning ability and worsen their memory. Their concentration and the youth brain is particularly vulnerable to this because it's not fully developed until about 24. Dr. Ward believes it's important to be talking to your kids about the issue. It never hurts to say even to a seven year old our 10 year old like, Hey, you know, smoking is best to do..

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Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

01:27 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on KIRO Nights

"Somebody get hit by a car, my first thought would not be. Let me take her car and drive away. My first thought would be how can I help that person who's been grievously injured? Right or am I way off base about this? Go ahead. Send me a text. 99 73 state moving text line. Would you get in their car and drive away and take their backpack and their gun in their badge and go hide up in a hotel room? Or would you actually try to do something about it? This is this is exactly the kind of attitude that I'm talking about, by the way where people make excuses or people try to redefine terms. And they say, How do you? How do you know? He's a sociopath? How do you know these? Okay, I have all the evidence in the world and you have what? Have all the evidence in the world that this guy is a despicable human being. I have everything that I would ever need. Anybody who prostitutes a 14 year old girl for cocaine is a despicable human being. I ask you this question. How do we make sure? That it doesn't happen in the future, and we just don't shrug our shoulders and go well, I guess some people just commit crime, but other people don't that's useless. That's totally useless. So let's be solution oriented with it. And when we look at our own Children when we look at Children who are 56789 10 years old, how do we educate them in such a way so that they know At a very core part of themselves in a very core part of their being. That these kinds of behaviors are wrong. What do we do like what kind of techniques do we use for Children? I've talked about this many times on Cairo nights. I would suggest to you that engaging in hitting striking humiliating Children produces little sociopaths. That isolating Children or belittling Children or whatever it is that we do that we put in quotation marks as punishment creates little sociopaths. If you think that, you know, Roger Lee Owens was walking around, Uh, you know, bobbing for apples with his mom and his dad and they're going down to the to play catch with his dad. Every afternoon. I would suggest to you that he likely had a very different kind of a life story. If you think that he was going to the carnival with Mom and dad and riding around and the fairest wheel and think Wow, Dad, I love you so much. And he was Wow. I love you, too, son. That kind of person does not grow up to prostitute a 14 year old girl. Poverty does that Poverty, abuse crime. All of these things are linked within each other. And the thing that makes it even more frustrating for me. Is that we see an uptick in all of these things. Poverty, crime violence. An uptick in all of these things. In the city of Seattle. Why is that We have all of these great Democrat policies. We have all this money going to all these services. As a matter of fact, King County just bought a brand new hotel. Hey, spot, a brand new hotel and rent and right next to you, Shane, Right next to you so they can house the homeless. Wow. Isn't that going to be so great $28.6 million About 100 units. That's going to that's going to fix the problem. You know, it's a step in the right way. I don't wanna be cynical. Step in the right way, But But how do we Fix these things. In light of how just dumping money on all these problems is actually made them worse. How do we fix these things? I talk a lot about having a healthy family unit. I talk a lot about what it means to have a like a mom and Dad. Dad and Dad. Mom and Mom doesn't really make any difference to me. It could be a day and a day I what I want more than anything else. Is for Children. To be in a two parent household. You have parents who love them very much who don't allow them to Be subjected to drugs or to suffering or to pain so that they grow up to be well rounded little individuals so that they grew up to be well rounded little adults. And in that way you prevent the need for a $28 Million hotel and you prevent the need for hundreds of millions of dollars dumped into a county. Because you have little self reliant people that are being produced within a society all of the ills within society of his mental illness, drug addiction. All this kind of stuff is families that effectively don't care about each other. It's pretty easy to see right. You show me a drug addict all shot. I'll show you bad, Mom. Bad dad. You show me some criminal out there. I'll show you bad, Mom. Bad, Dad. You show me those, Uh, you know people have brought you Thompson doesn't really matter. You show me any homeless person. I'll show you bad, Mom. Bad dad flat out. So how do we prevent that as well? Well, that comes from Mom and Dad or Dad and Dad or Mom and Mom, are they And they whoever, realizing that when they come together in holy matrimony that they are bonded to raise Children and to raise healthy Children and again, not show them as somebody must have shown. Roger Lee Owens. How to be a violent sociopath. You know, it's reading more about that guy who? Who killed that dog who who kicked and killed that dog. And again. I was thinking to myself. You can just say that that's mental illness. You could. You could make that argument You could say, Well, that guy just mentally, you know. Well, that guy is just crazy. Okay, well, who let him out into the street? What parents were not there to prevent That guy from ending up on the street again is a is a homicidal, sociopathic maniac. That's Mom and dad or Dad and dad. Are they say it doesn't really matter to me again..

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Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

00:43 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "10 years old" discussed on Here and Now

"Year. And we were the exception last year where we had a decrease and most major cities had. But we have to understand this. We know for me of gun violence in Baltimore is why I ran for public office. I saw my first person get shot before I was 10 years old, and this disease has been played in my city for as long as I've been alive and even longer. Well, now what we're seeing. We know that the pandemic in the hardships have forced people into things that they normally wouldn't do. We know now in our city that there are basic small conflict, leading the people dying. We know that these illegal ghost guns are in our city at a much more higher rate than they were even last year. We have to understand that the connectivity to all that are the guns and the inability for us as a nation really, to deal with creating.

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Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:46 sec | Last week

Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our

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Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last week

Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

"To know about. Muslims. Who are Very comfortable with with the Western enlightenment and in the United States and who can practice their faith freely and, uh Who support our country and yet Judy Dresser. We watch Omar and tallied and others. These are Radical individuals. Will you tell us? What What did you How do you make this out? Well, you know, I have to tell you as much as every tweet that she does revealed her ideology. It's not just about the one tweet. It's her worldview. It's incompatible with Americanism. She is at her core anti American. So now we're seeing all of the uproar appropriately about this tweet, where she equated are American troops in Israel with the Taliban, Hamas and these other terror groups. And a few years ago, she equated our service in Somalia. She basically chastised Senator Franken for reminding Minnesotans about The terror committed against American troops were 19 died in 73 were injured in 1993. And yet, she said, no the real terrorists at the time where Americans who killed thousands of Somali And this is when she was barely 10 years old. So I would ask Americans, you know, she has no business serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee. Not just because of a few comments here or there, her worldview. Is that America is evil is that Israel is evil. The West is evil, and that the the the righteous ones are the Islamists who believe in an Islamic state. Her resume on foreign policy is the support of BDs, where she

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Search Intensifies for 11-Year-Old Iowa Boy Missing Since Last Week

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Search Intensifies for 11-Year-Old Iowa Boy Missing Since Last Week

"Year old boy who reportedly vanished outside his home in Montezuma. Thursday morning, Hundreds of volunteers fanned out over the Memorial Day weekend, calming an area around the mobile home park where Xavier Harrelson was last seen This neighbor Kelly cop, Sir says even her 10 year old daughter is wondering what happened. She keeps ask and have they found ex savior. Where is he? What happened to him? And it's I can't answer it because I don't know. It's just like he vanished. Police say they've halted their active search to reevaluate some information on North Carolina Woman wins a $2

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"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

06:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"It was great playing with you had a lot of fun. Jeremy davis from chino hills. California from the top is also presenting concerts by our young musicians. Every two weeks on facebook youtube go to youtube dot com slash from the top alex. Get to enjoy one of the most famous and beloved showpieces for the violin right. Now i'm gonna head over to the piano to get ready to leap into this music with our necks. Brilliant young player. Will you do the honors. Yes this fantastic. Violinist is anna speller. She's fifteen and she's from san diego and she's gonna play sooner. Bison by pablo saturday has been took took.

"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

09:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Sponsored by susan and gerald slave it peter dugan here along with my co host today. The excellent clarinetist. Alex lang alex. You've got your clarinet out now. You're ready to collaborate with our next young performer. Who's actually alum of from the top. It's fantastic percussionist. Jeremy davis jeremy. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for having me now. You two are going to play a very unusual contemporary piece by derek spivey and l. a. based composer and conductor who's known for combining all sorts of cultural influences and practices into his work. This piece of his is called duet for any two instruments in the same key. Jeremy what has been fun for you and putting this together with alex. It's been so awesome to play a duet with clarinet. I've never been able to. I really love the combination. The sound the colors are amazing. Well we're in for a treat. Let's hear this duet for any two instruments in the same key. Derek spivey performed by from the top. Alum jeremy davis on the marimba and my co host. Today clarinetist alex lang Known remember that was dirk spy. Do it for any two instruments in the same key performed by my co host clarinetist alex lang and joining alex on the marimba with jeremy davis from chino hills. California jeremy's an alum from the top. Who's now going to college here in los angeles at the university of southern california. You know this may have been the first time that this piece was ever performed on this particular combination of instruments clarinet and marimba. And i have to say i can't imagine it sounding better. Oh thank you so much. It was a real pleasure. Jeremy really just laid it down. Rock solid so i just had to sort of sit on top of it and try to keep up. Thank you so much. Yeah it was. Awesome playing with them playing with alex. He's has such a calm spirit and personality. So it's really easy to just think in and relax jeremy preparation this. When i read about you. I was struck by how much actually i felt like you and i have in common and one thing that jumped out at me was The role that sports played in our lives growing up. So can you talk about that. Yes so for me I've always been in the sports of love basketball. Since i was two years old. You played basketball caress. A you travel ball Off all the way through seventh grade. And then i made the transition and Really learning how to put so much work into something you know. And and perfect your craft. And i've really learned that from athletes like michael jordan and kobe bryant. Just seeing how much work they put into it and Have a be documented musicians behind. Closed doors you just practicing You know nobody really sees your work. So so yeah but i can totally relate because like for me my heroes. A lot of my heroes were athletes. I keep a picture of muhammad ali actually in my studio. He was one of the ones that i really sort of looked to the inspiration And then of course. We both went to school for music. And you're in the middle of that and From what i understand you know I think both of us found going off to school to be a little bit of a wakeup call you know. Can you talk a little bit about what that's been like making that transition from high school to college. Yes so in high school I mean it. Sound cocky or anything. But i was kind of you. Know the best. High school in terms of percussion High school in and community. And when i got into college it was a huge wake up. Call 'cause i went from basically the best to the worst or one of the worst playing with you. Know twenty seven twenty eight year olds and their doctorates and everything so it was definitely a wake-up call and I really enjoy it though. 'cause it pushes me to work hard every day and made me realize that. I'm not as good as i thought it was. There's still so much room for improvement. Were you attracting faster than me. So i had a similar experience now came in With lots of confidence and accomplishment and then went through A number a years of sort of not having confidence or accomplishment in having to sort of put it back together i should have a college i also was definitely not the best but i also was not the best in highschool either me test that humility that sometimes we get served with little painfully. Really serve us in the long run. It seems like you've already got that mindset. Yes for sure. So this being radio of course not people can't see as but we're both black Ubani we've talked a little bit in the break a little bit about that experience of being in this music as a black person I think you want to share about that or your aspirations for the field in this regard. Yeah one thing that's been kind of tough is not seeing a lot of people look like me in classical music. Yeah for me. I mean. I don't know about you but i basically don't even have any african american friends. Most of my friends are occasion. Nizhny americans funding most of your friends of course in the school of music. That's time yeah for sure for sure. I think it'd be a lot more fun and enjoyable if there were more african americans in the field. Unfortunately i'm not sure how we get fixed But that's something that i definitely say is has been struck in my life. The good news is that there's a lot of people were on connecting the community. Because there's actually a lot of us and we just need to be connected to each other. So that we have more experiences like the one you and i just had right which is amazing music making and also a sense of cultural affirmation that just think enhances the music for everybody is been really just a real pleasure for me in real powerful and i can't wait to see what you're gonna do and how your career is going to unfold and i can't wait till we get to make music again together. Thank you so much..

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"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

05:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"10 years old" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"And our next young musician is one of those jack. Kente cook young artists. She's an from miami florida currently a student at the interlocken arts academy in michigan. Her name is elizabeth perez hickman. And she's seventeen years. Old elizabeth ellie as she prefers brought a wonderful piece by the twentieth century. Composer william grant still incidentally only piece. That still wrote for oboe piano. It's called incantation. Dance and dr yaldo. Trung is at the piano and Oh a.

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At least 14 killed when cable car plummets off mountain

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | Last month

At least 14 killed when cable car plummets off mountain

"To horror. ABC ISLAM a house on a cable car following a mountain in Deer Lake Maggiore in northern Italy, killing at least 13 people onboard. Two Children, believed to be under 10 years old, were badly wounded and taken to a hospital near to Rin. Reflecting on a

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"10 years old" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

05:52 min | Last month

"10 years old" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Body grammar shower. Everything you new from the town. So that's bobby as you know her but she looks a little bit different. I'm not into bobby anymore. But if i was actually be screaming right now very cool. Bobby sits bobby dream goal. Shower does the water come from. That's what i want to know what's up way. Where's the water source. We had would in the eighties right next. I'm gonna show you okay now. Cnn generation does not know. World is out phones. Okay and funny enough in the eighties. We had cell phones but they looked very very different. I found an ad. Radio shack is in the united states. I don't think they exist anymore that they saw all electronics. And this was the latest state of the eight eighty s technology. Now at the end of this you will may never have seen on the knife before some people had it. If you had it you the coolest person you know me drove a bmw ship finding a phone in a car. Isn't that unusual. Except when it leaves the car pass quits the high seeds or elise early life. Radio shack keeps you in constant communication with their affordable transportable. Cellular telephone hello. Yes he's right here is for you. Yes i heard about the merger hundred shares. The affordable transportable cellular telephone only in radio shack. I love how that guy is. First of all he stopped in a car. Okay that must be quite a fancy car on the eighties. Then you see him in a gold caught at a golf club then you see him on a on a yacht then you see him in having lunch in a fancy restaurant and i i love how affordable transportable what's affordable transportable phone but. It's easy to remember that. So just describe what the phone actually looked like. It looks like just imagine a mcdonald's happy meal box with a little calculator attached to it. That's what the fun was lack. So that was phones in the eighties. People were very excited about them. would you want to. you couldn't take selfies. No selfish no tiktok. I would not want one of those. Thank you very much rather have a home phone so next up what i wanna do is i want to show you you see knees around. They caught big right now. They're back in stores. Everyone's going crazy over them. This was on my list. If you kiss was your list. This was the toy that was on my list in the eighties. A big guy with the muscles man. The most powerful man in the universe gallon towards enemy man. Men's skeleton castle grace go. You have to put the castle together here at home. Each race goal also sold separately from the masters of the universe collection from tell so what if picked up as matale probably sells most of the toys because of lack most of the toy ads. I've seen mattel at the end second of all that. I can definitely see that this was on your list. You have lots of toys correct so that was the biggest toy in the eighties. The biggest tv show in the eighty s. Now i want to show you another movie trailer. This movie was paid for by mcdonald's. Mcdonald's mcdonald's paid for and made this movie and think you can figure out why they were an average alien family living on their own planet and we were an average family living on ours. Took my cup won't take it. I mean what accidents happen like us. They found themselves in a strange new neighborhood. Communing with spirits. Welcome the california by clerk meal malfunction. We have a malfunction. Their lives were endangered. Golf larry get away from it. Got a problem here. They had to escape when the smoke cleared. The family was separately. Somehow one.

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"10 years old" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

05:13 min | Last month

"10 years old" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

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Texas Teacher Suspended Over Staged Photo

The Ben & Skin Show

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Texas Teacher Suspended Over Staged Photo

"Staged photo that showed her foot pressed against the neck of a 10 year old black student lying on the pavement. The teacher has not been identified. But the photo appeared on Facebook Tuesday and quickly went viral within the community. It was posted the same day as the Derrick Shoving guilty verdict. A Texas Republican congressman is commenting on the case of an 18 wheeler hiding more

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Is there a crisis at the border?

WBZ Midday News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Is there a crisis at the border?

"Those summon administrations say it is not a crisis when people are fleeing from violence. More and more people are seeking asylum in the United States, and hundreds of Children are making the journey by themselves. They're being held in facilities that camp properly house them all. ABC. Cecilia Vega is at the Southern border in Texas. She spoke with some unaccompanied Children who have been making the weeks long journeys up the road and even larger group innit two boys, nine and 10 years old, both traveling alone walking for more than a month. Group has taken them in promising to keep them safe. The boys show me phone numbers of family members in the U. S. They soon hope to find one written on a hat with grandfather's phone number. Thea, other written inside his pocket, But right here in this camp, given, you know, I I ask. Are you scared? Yes, they tell me very The president has said he does plan on visiting the border to assess the situation at some point at what point that is, we don't know yet he has

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Man dead, 10-year-old boy injured in triple shooting in Chicago's West Side

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Man dead, 10-year-old boy injured in triple shooting in Chicago's West Side

"Police investigating a triple shooting on the West side last night that left one man dead and a child heard here's WGN. Steve Ruxton with more just after seven, a 24 year old man, a 25 year old woman in a 10 year old boy or inside a vehicle and Albany and Lake streets when suspects of Approached and fired shots. Obama's reportedly pronounced dead on the singing. The boy was shot in the leg and transported Astrologer Hospital in good condition. The woman was shot in the thigh and transported in good condition. No suspects in

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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:46 min | 3 months ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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Murder charge filed in Chicago arson fire that killed mother, 10-year-old daughter

Anna Davlantes

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Murder charge filed in Chicago arson fire that killed mother, 10-year-old daughter

"Murder charges from a House fire and the Gresham neighborhood last month that left a mother and her daughter dead. Here's WGN's Jo brand. Chicago Police arrested 63 year old Reginald Brown Tuesday morning on suspicion of aggravated arson and first degree murder. Police say they obtained a surveillance video and identified Brown is the person who intentionally started a fire at a house in the 8600 block of South Hermitage Avenue 34 year old I'II she afford, and her 10 year old daughter, Portia died in the fire. Police say Brown knew that there were people inside the home. The video footage police obtained showed a man starting a fire after spreading gasoline throughout the back porch. Jo brand WGN news. The

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5 Inmates Attacked Accused Child Killer Jorge Barahona Inside Miami-Dade Jail

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

5 Inmates Attacked Accused Child Killer Jorge Barahona Inside Miami-Dade Jail

"Killer Beaten in jail. Five South Florida inmates inmates now now face face battery battery charges charges for for reportedly reportedly beating beating up up 53 53 year year old old Jorge Jorge Barahona. Barahona. He He slapped slapped the the Miami Miami Dade Dade County County jail jail because because of of the the nature nature of of his his pending pending charges. charges. Barahona Barahona is expected to survive, is accused of killing his adopted 10 year old daughter, Nubia Barahona back in February, 2011 after investigators say he tortured her and her twin brother Victor for months. Our

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Stepfather Arrested In Death Of 10-Year-Old New York Boy In Harlem Apartment Building

710 WOR Programming

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Stepfather Arrested In Death Of 10-Year-Old New York Boy In Harlem Apartment Building

"Victim's stepfather, 34 year old Ryan Kato, is accused of causing the bruises all over 10 year old age and Wolf's body, ultimately resulting in the boy's death. Just after 2 P.m. Saturday, cops responded to an assault call of the fourth floor apartment inside the Saint Nicholas houses on one 31st Street. Authorities say someone was trying to revive the boy. When they arrived. The victim was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital Governor Cuomo reiterating he will not resign over allegations of misconduct, saying to do so would be

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New York City boy, 10, dies after found hurt in Harlem home

Financial Quarterback

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

New York City boy, 10, dies after found hurt in Harlem home

"A child is dead after being found unresponsive. In a nature building in Harlem. It happened at the ST Nicholas Houses on 131st Street. Cops responded to an assault call at the fourth floor apartment just after two o'clock on Saturday afternoon. Authorities say someone was trying to revive the 10 year old boy. When they arrived. The NYPD says they're questioning to family members of the victim, who was visibly bruised with lacerations and puncture wounds. He was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital. No arrests have been made as the investigation's underway

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Missing Dallas Teen Found Safe In Arlington After Amber Alert, Suspect Arrested

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Missing Dallas Teen Found Safe In Arlington After Amber Alert, Suspect Arrested

"Of a 10 year old Carrollton girl in police custody after police say he took the girl from a friend's house following the murder of her mother, Carrollton Police chief Derek Miller credits the D FW community for helping Police find the girl in a Red Oak motel after an amber alert was issued early yesterday was an example of society coming together to include law enforcement in the North Texas region. And also the media and the most importantly, the citizens of our of our city and the citizens of Greater Dallas. Ronald Singer is charged with murder in his ex wife's death.

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Your Daily Stock Market Briefing

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Your Daily Stock Market Briefing

"Futures down, 49 point, says two B's drop 11 NASDAQ futures declined by 47 US. A 10 Year old at 1.44% Gold is up five and Shanghai felt 1.2% overnight. Well, European markets are in the green this morning. Backing US on the economic front of two o'clock. Feds Daily speaks to the Economic Club of New York after the bell last night soon, Video reported. Shares are up 9% pre market and regarding earnings this morning target beat estimates. In other news, Roco files herself to a billion dollars in stock and wrapping things up. 80 T was cut to underweight at Barclays Down, Hank raised overrated Wells Fargo. And zoom video raised overweight over at Piper Live from the first to pick a new status combo

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Major Winter Storm All But Shuts Down Texas

Atlanta's Morning News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Major Winter Storm All But Shuts Down Texas

"Are dead and millions without power due to the winter blast from Texas to main reporter Geoff Rey says the Dallas Fort Worth area is getting ready for round two. We've had the first major winter storm for the Metroplex in five years, and now we're talking about another one hitting two days later, this one is going to bring another round of snow. This one is going to be a little bit more aggressive with ice across the south. Two people have been killed in accidents on icy roads. In Kentucky. A 10 year old died after falling into an icy pond in Tennessee and a man was killed in Louisiana after slipping on ice. It's not just the snow

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Bumble stock rockets 80% in first trading after IPO

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Bumble stock rockets 80% in first trading after IPO

"Pellet, bumble surges and its first day of trading Pot. Stocks Plunge, Stocks are trading mixed S and P fluctuating between gains and losses. Let's head right over to the first word breaking news test for today's afternoon call Here he is Bill Moloney and Good afternoon, Charlie. That's right. U S stocks trading Mixed Right now Down Strictly down, 48 Point says, impedes our little change. NASDAQ is still higher by 25. He was 10 years old at 1.16% Gold is down 18 and transports fall 29 points among the main 11 SP sectors, only tech healthcare and materials were in the green, and she was under pressure and leaders to the upside. The Dow were intel and polka Pola Well, Walgreens led to the downside. After earnings Zillow sort as much as 21% and in other news game stops. Trading is the focus of a federal probe by the team is working aggressively on the ship shortage. And like you said to Ray plunged as much as 50%. The I P o front, bumble opened at 76 was priced at 43 wrapping things up Disney report after the

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Police use pepper spray on handcuffed 9-year-old girl

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Police use pepper spray on handcuffed 9-year-old girl

"New York Police released body camera video of officers handcuffing and pepper, spraying and nine year old girl Friday as she kicked and refused to wait in a patrol car during a family disturbance call. They're lovely Warren. I have a 10 year old daughter, So she's a child. She's a baby. And I can tell you At this video. As a mother. Not anything that you want to see. The girl received mental health care of hospital and was sent back home

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Police release video of officer pepper spraying 9-year-old girl

Morning Edition

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Police release video of officer pepper spraying 9-year-old girl

"Police in Rochester have released body camera videos of officers restraining handcuffing and pepper, spraying a crying nine year old girl. The Democrat and Chronicle reports. Mayor Lovely Warren expressed concern over the treatment of the child, comparing her to her own 10 year old daughter. A girl can be heard in the videos screaming for her father as the officers restrain her. She was taken to Rochester General Hospital, then released to her family. Police have not said whether any of the officers involved have been reassigned during an internal

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"10 years old" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:22 min | 11 months ago

"10 years old" Discussed on The Signal

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"10 years old" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"10 years old" Discussed on The Signal

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"10 years old" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Bigotry is when you hate someone Because of their group affiliation. It is an unreasonable immoral Thing based again overwhelmingly on group identification. I hate you because you are part of a religious group. I've decided to hate. I hate you because you are part of an age group. I have decided to hate. I hate you because you are a a ray of a race. I have decided to hate in this instance the equally immoral bigotry. Is I hate you because of what you do for a living the group to which you belong which I eight is law enforcement and so I hate you because what you do for a living. No and here's the thing. Bigotry often is wrapped up in the clothing of. I'm fighting for justice right. We have to protect society against those people right. You look back in history and those people have been victims right. You hear Nazi Germany. One time. Yeah I it is in our society. A tolerated almost encouraged bigotry to have animosity against the police. And you know what if? Somebody's done wrong. Whatever they do for a living whoever they are let there be accountability. Where appropriate. But if somebody is getting screwed because of someone else's intolerance and bigotry. We don't play that game. Dave glad you called welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. How are you this morning? Good Sir good Just the whole juxtaposition with this. The mayor speaking out of the ten year old. Who got hang right is right and wrong is wrong. And I'm always the first to say what's right and what's wrong and and not not take sides but what bothers me is we have young men dying and being shot and stabbed in the city on a weekly basis that same and we hear nothing. The mayor's office we we here to the police be better. We must be better but we don't hear to. Our society are members of the city. Be Better you must be better. We can't we can't go on this way we don't have and it's sad to see these mothers these these mothers crying. But now you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA and to your point also Under investigation well. That's just a clever way of trying to come up with a a an answer that fits you know not not the subject in question and they should release the body cam video to the media right away so we can obvious behind. He's men and women can stop fearing for their jobs and their job and concentrate on their jobs but the mayor needs to get a hold of it and she needs to speak on what's really wrong and thereby save lives and help good people To to to be safe to be happier help her city to be better and again. The mayor does decry violence And I'm grateful for that and I applaud that but you know maybe The TV doesn't respond the same way. We don't see that in the news and on the ongoing we're still investigating and I know I'm late for the Paul jobs but I over a lot of years to include recently so often that we have this under investigation is really a means to obscure evidence. That exonerates police officers. I just see that over and over again back with you in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty newsradio eleven eighty weather brought to you by William Muhtar hurt in a car. Call William Muhtar. It's going to be sunny today. And the temperature will be seventy five. You cannot ask for better different. It's fifty four at eight fifty one and you're listening to News Radio. Ham Eleven Eighty I have A privilege I do a radio show in Rochester. In the morning and I do a radio show in Syracuse in the afternoon in one of the things I try not to do is I go out of my way not to talk about Rochester. When I'm on the Syracuse show and I try to go out of my way knock talk about Syracuse. When I'm on the Rochester show every town deserves its own thing right It's interesting to contrast The way these two regions Central New York and Finger Lakes headquartered at at Syracuse and Rochester are handling the Ah Corona virus stuff especially the a comeback from it more about that A second. I've got a call here. It TURNS OUT LA- The the average week we we get to calls all week so I'm trying to promote calling and be more embracing of course rich appreciate you joining us. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Yeah Hi Bob. Just a few words from a retiring. Police officers Letter it's about this kind of about this subject when parents the educational system the clergy and society in general fail to instill morals improper behavior. They will call you to make things right. Don't forget to smile and be polite. You clean up their mess but took you so long on a percent well said and and here's the deal you know Bad guys aren't really bad. Guys THERE FOLKS. Who for whatever reason? They're flying sideways. And and here's the thing you see that realization so often in the folks of law enforcement there is compassion towards everybody To include often perpetrators and others who are are are misbehaving. Even though some of those folks as we know at any moment could could turn and kill a police officer right but the fact is that so many of these behaviors. And that's what they are right. Is there a barent behaviors? They come about because the micro culture of that person's life has been so fundamentally dysfunctional that so many of the basic values assumed by almost all people in all times and places just aren't part of that person's personal inventory and there are many failures that go into that primarily of course always it's the individual we all are free. We can make our moral choices but we also can have real disadvantages by the structure or lack of structure of the home into which we were born by the structure or lack of structure in the community in which we have privilege to be raised by the Competence or incompetence of the school. We happen to attend by the messages sent or not sent by people who should be leaders in our world to certainly include a clergy and politicians and others right. But when you take a person and you feed on crap You can't be surprised if that ends up defining them and I it. Many of these people who who may break the law whenever like that who may engage in conduct. That's you know at best. A moral of they have been seeped in a stew of disguise evil or almost all or maybe all of their lives and calling that out not as an accusation or as a condemnation necessarily but izzo as a warning as A. It's like I'm driving by your house and I see it's on fire. I compound on the door and say your house is on fire. You wouldn't typically be offended. Emmy for criticizing Your House. You'll be grateful to me. Or maybe saving your life and so it is with the deep dysfunctionality in some portions of our society in needs to be called out and people need to respond not with a chip on their shoulder. You've disrespected this. That or the other but with a it's not about lose right or whatever but this way doesn't work and you destroy yourselves. You know what wherever you are wherever you look whatever your deal is when you embrace things that are negative values. That path never leads the happiness. Your Society News than the Rochester Police Union president after the Great Todd. Halladay coming up on newsradio. Ham Eleven eighty..

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"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"You know it it is getting my cardio and all that right because assist you when you're on the road all year long you to stay hard and you stay in shake. Your body is used to the trauma so anyway so I had to stretch time there where I was only working. You know once a year mania twice a year at most some kind of special you know special rollers are smackdown or something and I think what happened with that. It just caught up to you know my hip and I mean everything was was hurting and couldn't like get in the ring and and do that kind of stuff so my body wasn't used to the trauma of a match and you know most guys aren't able aren't physically able to throw me around quite like brock good you know. And so I took a lot of you know a lot of different bumps normally take in and all that as far as being an sensitive and you know all that now and I've always been really sure of myself after after a couple of years of really having a handle on what the undertaker character was. I mean I mean it's it kind of took over and I talked about it. There's not there's not much that can happen Inside the world of professional wrestling sports entertainment. Now's as were referred to but like I didn't feel like I had the answer to you. Know nothing that happened. Nothing could happen in a match. You know somebody get hurt something like that. But it didn't feel like I could adapt on the fly and make it make it work and you know if I was in the ring with somebody. That was was horrible. Always felt like you know what? I'm good enough that I can make good. You know so I was always really confident until until I got that concussion and then I've had plenty of concussions and injuries all all that but I think it was the magnitude of the concussion like I don't remember you know I don't remember that match at all. Well I last memory the day. That wrestlemainia is about three thirty in the afternoon. Conversation with my wife backstage now. There is a process that I go through. You know from when I started stretching when I start you know going to see the doctors. I mean. There's a it's a big process in. Its you know how I bid at all. I don't remember any of it. While my memory picks up my memory picks up that night in the in the hospital about four. Am That's when. I finally remembered what my name was. You know why you know where I was at. It was bizarre. It was like somebody it's like. I was a lamp and somebody unplug me. It was like it was really and that shook me because I've never like I've been injured in matches. You know I've I've had my my orbital bones you know my my orbital bones busted out and continued with matches of of Russell broken ribs broken foot torn muscles and always been caught on fire In and I've always been able to. You know just to will myself through it and you know this was just like wow. This is never happened to me and the fact that I don't remember you know I don't re- I watched that match back and I had no clue what was coming next. Yeah so I. That's what that's what rattled confidence. You know because I came back the following year and the Bray Wyatt and you know I I did all my due diligence. I went to the new. The doctors and I mean all clearances. And everybody's now you're good. You're good to go you know. Obviously if it happens again you need to make some serious considerations but You know as I'm is I'm waiting. Go out my musics about start playing man. My head is just I mean you know normally. We're I'm so zoned in an already turned into undertaker. Got All kind of self doubt in my head like worried about the first. You know the first bump I take you know I mean I. Am I going lights out again? So that's that's really Over the last thirty years I mean initially when you start you. Don't you know you're green and you don't know anything? Yeah you have all your riddled with self-doubt self-doubt. You know back when I started. Nobody wanted to help you. You know and if somebody did help you usually screw it with. You're trying to make you know. Make you look silly but Yeah not till not until after that. Did I have much doubt about what my abilities were? Where I stood with that was you know it. It's it's very ironic because when I wrestled When I wrestle Rick Flair At.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"You know it. It is getting macario and all that right because assist you when you're on the road all year long you to stay hard. Stay in shake. Your body is used to the trauma so anyway so I had to stretch time there where I was only working. You know once a year mania twice a year at most some kind of special you know. Special rollers are smackdown or suffering. And I think what happened with that is it just caught up to you know my hip and I mean everything was was hurting and couldn't like get in the ring and and do that kind of stuff so my body wasn't used to the trauma of a match and you know most guys aren't able aren't physically able to throw me around quite like brock. Could you know and so I took a lot of you know a lot of different bumps that I don't normally take in and all that as far as being anti sensitive and you know all that now and I've always been really sure of myself after after a couple of years of really having a handle on what the undertaker character was? I mean I mean it's it kind of took over and I talked about it. There's not there's not much that can happen inside. The world of professional wrestling sports entertainment. Now's as were referred to but like I did feel like I had the answer to you. Know nothing that happened. Nothing could happen in a match. You know somebody get hurt. Something like that didn't feel like I could adapt on the fly and make it make it work and you know if I was in the ring with somebody. That was was horrible. Always felt like you know what? I'm good enough that I can make good. You know so I was always really confident until until I got that concussion and then I've had plenty of concussions and injuries all all that but I think it was the magnitude of the concussion Like I don't remember you know I don't remember that match at all. Well I last memory the day. That wrestlemainia is about three thirty in the afternoon. I had a conversation with my wife backstage now. There is a process that I go through. You know from when I started stretching when I start you know going to see the doctors. I mean. There's a it's a big process in its now I bid at all. I don't remember doing any of it. Well my memory picks up. My Memory. Picks up that night in the in the hospital about four. Am That's when. I finally remembered what my name was. You know why you know where I was at. It was bizarre. It was like somebody. It's like a lamp and somebody unplug me. It was like it was really and that shook me because I've never like I've been injured in matches. You know I've I've had my my orbital bones you know my my orbital bones busted out and continued with matches of of Russell broken ribs broken foot torn muscles and always been caught on fire And I've always been able to. You know just to will myself through it and you know this was just like wow. This is never happened to me and the fact that I don't remember you know I don't re- I watched that match back and I had no clue what was coming next. Yeah so I. That's what that's what rattled confidence. You know because I came back the following year and The Bray Wyatt and you know I I did all my due diligence. I went to the new. The doctors and I mean all clearances. And everybody's now you're good. You're good to go you know. Obviously if it happens again you need to make some serious considerations but You know as I'm is I'm waiting. Go out my musics about start playing man. My head is just I mean you know normally. We're I'm so zoned in an already turned into undertaker. I've got all kind of self doubt in my head like worried about the first. You know the first bump I take you know I mean I. Am I going lights out again? So that's that's really Over the last thirty years I mean initially when you start you. Don't you know you're green and you don't know anything? Yeah you have all your riddled with self-doubt self-doubt. You know when I started. Nobody wanted to help you. You know if somebody did help you usually screw it with. You're trying to make you know. Make you look silly but Yeah not till not until after that. Did I have much doubt about what my abilities were? Where I stood with that was you know it. It's it's very ironic because when I wrestled When I wrestle Rick Flair At.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Mike in Boston. What's up area and Big Fan man man. What's on your mind basically Very impressive delivered to share. I did not expect that performance of them and you know. Just what's next for him? I think that Depending on what you do for John Jones. Next if you do him raise a rematch. I think the whole vision to share would be a great match. Yeah I like that idea very much. Thanks for the call. Mike. I mean. Someone isn't going to fight John Jones. It's either yawn block Horwitz or dominic raise. The consolation prize could very well be globe the show and again like I said. Chill at forty years old. I didn't see this this second. Third Fourth Act. Out Glow of the share. That's an impressive win. Fight guys who are lower in the rankings. All right you're not really sure what to make of it. You beat a guy like Anthony Smith like that. That is very impressive. All right coming up one last segment go. That's it. Can they let me go? What else is happening at one? Am ON ESPN radio. Let me go for another hour. I'll go to. I'll go three. We Got Angela. Louise's Zack Sterling. Calvin all you guys on hold. I'll get you. I will not leave you hanging. I promise one more segment to go here the Hawaii show taken over. Espn radio or UFC. They'll go anywhere Yeah a little cotton Nadal Fisher and they con- on this Wednesday night we're talking flights here on ESPN radio. I'm not going anywhere. They're gonNA kick me off the air in eight minutes. I guess what I'm not leaving. I WANNA show right here on. Espn RADIO ESPN APP. And SIRIUSXM channel eighty. I am fired up after what I saw tonight. In Jacksonville Florida Shera gave Anthony Smith two rounds of beating that he will never forget. It was reckless. Needless it was senseless fight should have ended in the third round. What the heck were they doing out there? What the heck were they doing out there in Jacksonville? What was his corner doing? What was the referee Jason Herzog doing? It's unfortunate because I haven't had a lot of chance to talk about Ben. Rothwell big win and we just spoke to jober and how about Bryan Keller Great Performances. Well a lot of great performances tonight but unfortunately somewhat marred by that fight. That went on too long. Triple eight say. Espn one eight seven nine. Three seven seven six is the number to call. This last segment is all about you guys. I guess what we're not going anywhere if they kicked me off we riot. Alex and Pittsburgh. What's on your mind gone? I decided Pity on twitter. There's a look like Or Smith was handing her teeth on the ground. His teeth. On if you're able to see that or not but he looked like delivering was going for the rear naked from back and you see Smith reach up and hand. Something hers is filling that if if.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Mike in Boston. What's up area and Big Fan man man. What's on your mind basically Very impressive delivered to Shera. I did not expect that performance of them and you know. Just what's next for him? I think that Depending on what you do for John Jones. Next if you do him raise a rematch. I think the whole vision to share would be a great match. Yeah I like that idea very much. Thanks for the call. Mike. I mean. Someone isn't going to fight John Jones. It's either yawn block Horwitz or dominic raise. The consolation prize could very well be globe the show and again like I said. Chill at forty years old. I didn't see this this second third fourth. Act Out a glow of the share. That's an impressive win. Fight guys who are lower in the rankings. All right you're not really sure what to make of it. You beat a guy like Anthony Smith like that. That is very impressive. All right coming up one last segment go. That's it. Can they let me go? What else is happening at one? Am ON ESPN radio. Let me go for another hour. I'll go to. I'll go three. We Got Angela. Louise's Zack Sterling. Calvin all you guys on hold. I'll get you. I will not leave you hanging. I promise one more segment to go here the Hawaii show taken over. Espn radio or UFC. They'll go anywhere Yeah a little cotton Nadal Fisher and they con- on this Wednesday night we're talking flights here on ESPN radio. I'm not going anywhere. They're gonNA kick me off the air in eight minutes. I guess what I'm not leaving. I WANNA show right here on. Espn RADIO ESPN APP. And SIRIUSXM channel eighty. I am fired up after what I saw tonight. In Jacksonville Florida Shera gave Anthony Smith two rounds of beating that he will never forget. It was reckless. Needless it was senseless fight should have ended in the third round. What the heck were they doing out there? What the heck were they doing out there in Jacksonville? What was his corner doing? What was the referee Jason Herzog doing? It's unfortunate because I haven't had a lot of chance to talk about Ben. Rothwell big win and we just spoke to jober and how about Bryan Keller Great Performances. Well a lot of great performances tonight but unfortunately somewhat marred by that fight. That went on too long one. Triple eight say. Espn one eight seven nine. Three seven seven six is the number to call. This last segment is all about you guys. I guess what we're not going anywhere if they kicked me off we riot. Alex and Pittsburgh. What's on your mind gone? I decided Pity on twitter. There's a look like Or Smith was handing her teeth on the ground. His teeth. On if you're able to see that or not but he looked like delivering was going for the rear naked from back and you see Smith reach up and hand something hers of filling that if if.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Bucks and now has want to enroll again. It's been a lot of fun to watch these fights in these. You know these these Interesting Times empty arena. The setting is fun. You're hearing the shots and let's be honest the UFC is the only game in town right now. As far as North American sports are concerned and so I think we're all very thankful that we have something new to talk about and have to break down the nineteen eighty six world series anymore. These are fun times after the break. We're going to be joined by one of the big winners on tonight's carts so stick around. We got a lot more to come as far as this post fight. Show is concerned. We're making history here my friends we're making actual history here on Espn Radio Globus. Shera Anthony Smith. They're heading possibly into the fifth round but Anthony Smith is not looking good. I'll tell you about more of what happened tonight. Plus we'll talk to one of the big winners coming up right after this. Welcome back to the Hawaii show right here on. Espn RADIO ESPN APP. And SIRIUSXM channel eighty number to call is one triple eight say espn we are reacting to the UFC event tonight in Jacksonville. Mary a Hawaii and of course we want to hear from you guys so give us a call. Triple eight seven to nine. Three seven seven six that we're presented by progressive insurance now. The main event just ended global to share defeated Anthony Smith in the fifth round via Tko. And I have to say. I'm pretty disgusted by what we saw. This fight went on way too long. I don't know why Anthony Smith Corner did not react to it earlier. Didn't stop the fight earlier. They let their guy get beat up for at least two rounds there And it was just it was needless and so my partner tailpiece son and is all the Wayne Westland Oregon. I see him reacting to the fight on twitter so I wanted to get his thoughts about right now. He's kind enough to join us on the phone. Are you there I am here? I'm disgusted chill. I'm serious that that is not who we are. That is not what we do on any level. I do not know what anybody's watching. I cannot believe the corners allowed him to go. What is it corner? Therefore if you're not there to protect your guy to ten rounds in a row which by the way it would have been three ten rounds in a row which has never been done in the history of the sport because it means you gotta get your guy out of there. I could not believe that. Nobody saved him. He gave every clue that he was done. He had too much pride to get himself out of there. I think we can appreciate that area. But he's giving every clue get me home. You don't stop the fight when you're when you're fighter I it can no longer move you. Stop the fight. When you're fire can no longer win. That was twelve minutes ago. Yeah was needless understand. Who Do you blame more here? The corner or the REF Jason Herzog. Hers could've stopped the fight that he's got he's got a bird's eye view the whole thing. What does it he stop by two rounds ago? I was a little bit confused with that. I think I blame the corner a little bit more. Anthony was moving at times. I don't know that I five idea that he was intelligently defended himself with the rule calls for so. I suppose a little split spill over to the referee but more than anything. You've got the corner. I mean not for nothing but the referee is out there working. He's looking at stuff. He's talking to guys easier some things that perhaps you and I don't know about unfairness but goodness. What's the corridor? Their if they're not there to protect their fighter tell tell. You throw a Jab. Protect your fighter. Now I was doing the radio show while the main event was going on the back end of it but I saw some people at twitter. Say did you hear and we could hear everything which is Kinda cool part about having these fights in front of no one did ethnic tells corner that his teeth were falling out or that. He was feeling like his teeth. Were about the fallout. According to the announcers I didn't hear the corner say that but I heard John Antic in the announce team say that they said that that Anthony has said I could not hear that myself. There was some more dialogue going on Arab between Anthony Clover. They talked at two different points in the fight. They stopped what they were doing. They began talking very curious what they were saying to each other as well. I mean when when when a fighter tells US corner my teeth are about the fallout? I kind of feel like that's a sign that we should stop this now. He gave every sign. He gave every clue to the referee of. Hey I need my tag team partners. Step in here which happens to be you and he give every sign to his core. There was a moment in between rounds. I think it was just prior to the fifth round. The referee was talking to him. Anthony Smith did not respond to the referee. He turned and walked away. That is it because he's tired of talk to the referee. That is a sign if I may fighter and you ask me if I'm okay and I do not answer the question. I am giving you an answer. Well hanging onto my pride right. We're talking to tell sending here on the UFC post fight. Cheryl visit infuriating. I I've never thought about a fight before I really can't remember this. I'd have to go all the way back to Don frye versus on but Tash Commissions. I cannot believe what we saw here and I don't understand you. Go look at the judge in the Ricky Simone fight for goodness sakes one guy white to I. Don't this is a little bit. Weird inspite pairs. I I need to be in a better spirit right now but as far as what I just saw here in in the lack of responsibility of not stopping this contest ten minutes ago man. I'm a little hot well. I appreciate the hotness. I appreciate the pride we've debated this scenario and the bad guy before. Why don't tournaments stopped fight? Sooner and boxing you see it all the time right. My theory is one pay structure. You know you have to show have to win and a lot of them. Don't WanNa be responsible for taking money out of their fighters pocket and there's this sort of false bravado in the sport like hey you know. You're a weakling. If you stop the fight I say lift to fight another day. They did a massive disservice to Anthony Smith tonight. He will feel the of this fight for many many years right. It is so short sighted to not stop a fight when you could just live to fight another day. I don't get that mentality. Why don't we see pain in as an insane bravado air? I don't know where it came from either? No other sport carries a stigma nowhere. The sport carries that level of responsibility. If if if Lebron's hurt Lebron goes and sits down. I mean that's the way it works. And that's what he should do. I do not know where this comes from. I realize it's different. It's a contact sport. And all this different provider. You took a t shirt off and you walk into a steel cage in front of the world except let's get it on. There's your bottle you've already separate yourself from the pack. We don't need to stay out there and take years off a career. Now let me ask. Why would they not thought the fight? There's three of these guys in the quarter. They all got talent. None of them funded for two to eight rounds a guy refusing to talk with the referee. Their guy balling up their guy being knocked down there guy bleeding of both sides of his eyes and by the way then tells them. I think that might keep broken. Nobody picked up the clue. You GotTa put on your Colombo Rain Jacket you gotta you gotTa Bring Perry Mason and come on but I do feel like we need to blame Jason. Hers who by the way is a fine referee and historically does a great job. What the hell was he seeing like? Why did he let this go on so long? I feel like we could do this. Like a fifty fifty split right. We can blame the corner fifty percent for not stepping in. But we expect that out of them. I expect more from Jason. Hers ought to be honest. Oh ever everybody panzer dirty in this thing. I really don't know what I saw. I mean it was no way to end a night I it was such a tastic event and all the precautions and everything that went into it. I just don't understand what we have to. We have to do that to Anthony. I'm a little bit confused and and I mean I think we set our piece on this. Let's go ahead and spend another director but it's up by over. Yeah I mean nothing but what a job like over forty years young forty one years you know. Been in this business for a long time now. What is what is his his his fifth fighter win in a row. If I'm wrong it's his fourth but that's quite a streak for a forty year old man. Oh Yeah I mean. I didn't see this coming from him. He's forty years old as as you said. He turns forty one in October. He's been in this game a long time. Now improves to thirty one in seven. He's won four in a row now before Anthony Smith weren't quite contenders but still foreign around the. Ufc is four in a row very impressive. I thought Anthony want the first round. Maybe the second in your opinion what did what did glover due to turn this thing around and do it so effectively dominantly okay so it was a little bit. Fifty fifty. Here was the problem. Anthony fought like he's never bought before and it was in one thing and that was quality. I mean he was pumping jabs. He was throwing kicks. Rare kicks UPPERCUT elbows knees. But he's never done it in that kind of all and if you go back and do a punch count and the first round of this fight versus any round. And any other he's ever had. It was two to one and when the effort like that is being output Over a five round to use the CONOR McGregor phrases become very famous. I was not efficient with my energy. Anthony Smith was not finished efficient with his energy. He dumped everything he needed over. Twenty five minutes. He put it all into about seven and he's just got tired. I mean it was as simple as that. Look when you're out there working harder than you've ever worked before you're going to get tired. He got tired and in fairness. I don't really blame the blame strategy. It looked as though he had some opportunities and maybe get clover out of there was a very one sided affair. The the problem. What's global was a little bit more experienced and said okay. Looks like you grab this round. Throw this one away. I got four more to catch kid and he did tell. You're the man. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for thanks for the passion. Appreciate it wanting goodbye yes I love it all fired up. I'm fired up to. I was watching that. I'm trying to do the show but I'm also watching this getting mauled. The heck is going on here now..

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"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Rinaldi Explores Harris quest for justice outside the Octagon and how it affects his mindset going into it of course he fights this Saturday night against house to over him on. Espn in the main event of that card. There's an SC featured piece coming out about his story on Friday. So please look out for that. It's an incredible piece in Tomor. Now the opinion is the best in the business. What does and so you know when his name is attached to it? It is worth watching. I've seen it. It is worth watching also. Of course we have the final two episodes of the last dance airing on Sunday evening nine pm Eastern on ESPN. I can't believe it's almost over. I'm so sad about all this. I've enjoyed it so much. I've enjoyed the DOCU series immensely about Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls. You know about all that but I've also enjoyed listening to my guys Jalen and Jacoby because immediately after the broadcast each and every week they talked to my friend director Jason Hare about the making of the series great behind the scene stories great anecdotes. If you haven't been listening you should be listening. It's called Jalen and Jacoby the after show presented by state farm any TNT. And you can find it on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts and gentlemen welcome to him back in your life. This Thursday may fourteenth two thousand and twenty it just became Thursday may fourteenth. It's midnight on the East Coast. I'm area Awani. And how fun is this for the first time ever. We get to do a live. Ufc post-flight show. This is the Halawani show right here on. Espn radio the ESPN APP. And siriusxm channel eighty reacting.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Rinaldi Explores Harris quest for justice outside the Octagon and how it affects his mindset going into it of course he fights this Saturday night against house to over him on. Espn in the main event of that card. There's an SC featured piece coming out about his story on Friday. So please look out for that. It's an incredible piece in Tomor. Now the opinion is the best in the business. What does and so you know when his name is attached to it? It is worth watching. I've seen it. It is worth watching also. Of course we have the final two episodes of the last dance airing on Sunday evening nine pm Eastern on ESPN. I can't believe it's almost over. I'm so sad about all this. I've enjoyed it so much. I've enjoyed the DOCU series immensely about Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls. You know about all that but I've also enjoyed listening to my guys Jalen and Jacoby because immediately after the broadcast each and every week they talked to my friend director Jason Hare about the making of the series great behind the scene stories great anecdotes. If you haven't been listening you should be listening. It's called Jalen and Jacoby the after show presented by state farm any TNT. And you can find it on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts and gentlemen welcome to him back in your life. This Thursday may fourteenth two thousand and twenty it just became Thursday may fourteenth. It's midnight on the East Coast. I'm area Awani. And how fun is this for the first time ever. We get to do a live. Ufc post-flight show. This is the Halawani show right here on. Espn radio the ESPN APP. And siriusxm channel eighty reacting.

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"10 years old" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

Relentless Dentist

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

"All right let's start. Zeros Dr Dave in today's Day fifty one of the greatest leader challenge Sunday afternoon. I have a very special guest in studio today. You tell us your name. My name is Bennett. And you've got a real Dennis out on so you. Kinda representing the brand today. Unlike it so for the last fifty days we've been talking to dentists. The dentists have been had the practices. Shut Down Because the Cobra virus on. There's a lot of unease about going back to work and is dangerous as safe. What is required to be safe people? Some people don't WanNa go back to work Some people do desperately want to go back to work and there's just a lot of fear and chaos In the dental community. Do you ever feel like that. Yeah especially now. 'cause like the school sometimes it can get Cana- heart in confusing especially because we're using a new website and yeah sometimes really great novel ways that you knew how to go to school. Were just eliminating those new game with new rules and Alabama that make you feel it still pretty disappointing at first but I've gotten better at it and was the most disappointing for the most disappointing. Part is that you can't really see your friends Time usually do see them. So it'd be the connection amongst important people to yes. A lot of dental teams feel like kind of like a family or group of friends so they're probably experience some of that in their culture right so when you feel disoriented or frightened what do you have any strategies for the audience that they can use to make sure that things are as they are is confident as can be an uncertain times so if you're kind of disoriented I would say you should take a break and do something that you really liked today in my case it probably be reading. 'cause I love like kind of I feel like it's a conversation with the characters that I love so I just sometimes you take a break and do what you feel is really what you can do in that what you really love to do so something that brings you joy and so what happens right after you do something that brings you joy like advice it? Kinda like straightened your thoughts. Guess like maybe you're feeling can scare that you won't get something done or something like that and then if you just do that if you just take a break in just kinda get your mind off things sometimes it can become clear So clarity is important. We talk about that on the podcast. We talk a lot about that home. Yeah so is clarity so important especially when we don't When we're foggy or things are really cloudy in our decision making why is clarity? The resolution so just really things. Just get foggy Like it Kinda gets really disorienting when you can't really focus so sometimes if you just clear your mind. And then you. Kinda just reboot you. You'll probably be better so once you have that once you go from Sorrento oriented and you said you used the word focus. What would you say? Now what are you capable of? Once you're able to focus the better things than when you disoriented. Okay let's say you were really confused about something that you were trying to do much. It can all. I can seem very clear if you just Kinda step away for five minutes so we talk a lot about developing confidence from clarity to what. What is the next victory clear at commitment commitment? So now that you've made a decision you're chasing it and then remember when you were learning to ski in your skin. Those blacks those black runs and.

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"10 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"10 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Welcome back America. This is the Ken Coleman show. I'm Ken so excited to have you with us for this all important conversation between me and you listen to the callers to help you get clear on what it is you were created to do. We don't believe that you are supposed to work to live that you rather should live to work now. What are we talking about here? Workaholic Workaholic ISM or whatever. You WanNa Call Allah. I don't know what I just said. I understand what I said. Oh no no no no no no no no. We're talking about this idea of living to contribute is is success. What it's all about or is it significance? I would suggest to you. It is about significance. I know a lot of successful people that are miserable. All that's right. I was a lot of lot of people. It's why put all the syllables in their miserable. Bull I mean it's just not fun so it's not success. Says that gives us that juice. That joy and the workweek it has significance using what you do bast there. There was enjoyment there when we all enjoy doing something. We're good at but it is using what we do best to do something that matters deeply to us work that we really enjoy that also creates a result that matters debu to us. This is significant. So we'll get to your emails a little bit later in the segment ask it. Ken Coleman Dot Dot Com. Is the email address. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. We go to Pittsburgh where Monica is on the line. Monica you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi Ken thanks so much for taking my call. Sure can help today. Okay so I've been a stay at home mom for the past seven years and my youngest is getting ready to go to school fulltime and a couple of years and I've Sort of lost myself over the past few years. I I don't really know what my my sweet spot is. Where I WANNA go next I feel like I have to catch up financially because I worked all this time and I'm just Kinda like not sure. What direction going one little thing? I heard that I want to encourage you on. I'd stop this thinking that I've gotta make a bunch of money to catch up for the seven years. Where I was is at home that I think that's the wrong message that your brain is sending you and that's coming from an outside source doesn't mean it's a person but I think that's destructive? I'm just going to tell you that right out of the gate because see that that right there puts pressure on you to go okay I gotta find something I make the most money and I don't know that allows you to truly listen to your heart now. We're about ready to dive into that. But I wanted to identify that right out of the gate. 'cause I hear that a lot from state home moms you don't owe yourself your husband your family a big pain job to to make up for this unbelievable active service in phenomenal seven years. You've given everybody else. Do you understand that yes all right. You understand why. I'm saying yeah I do I. I appreciate that absolutely now at the same time. Monica go make a bunch of money. Great but I'd rather that be tied tied to. I want to go do this and with that comes a lot of money that just how to play out. I'd rather be that way. That's what I'm saying. All right so you feel lost and I think because you have listened to your the works out of your heart a long time but I I bet there something there. So let's just try this question. I I do it all the time almost every day. Monica if I could give you something tomorrow making the money you'd like to make our let me moderate here but this is good money and and you were guaranteed to be successful out. You would not fail. You could not fail and you didn't have to lock in to this for the rest of your work life but it was. This is a fun adventure venture Yay Kim's give me some work and maybe something you've always wondered about. Maybe something you've thought about but just given up on it. I'm curious what POPs in your mind. What would you tell? Only you WANNA try tomorrow. Heated answers Or hold on just broke up real crazy easy now America's leaning in because they really WanNa know what you said so start over okay. I feel like there's a lot of different things would answer to that. GimMe the top two or three three. Okay something fitness related something art related more like with kids at a preschool or something like that. They'll see. That was really easy. He wasn't it because you will. I took the pressure off of you but even then you went well Carolina sure of the one thing but you listen to those three things right. What would you be doing in fitness? Let's break Taylor has and by the way Monica. This is a fun exercise. This is no risk you get to make it happen. What would you be doing in fitness? What would that Gig look like? Yeah I'm not really sure. Maybe I'd be like working at a gym somewhere or something like that. Like not necessarily a personal trainer. But maybe I'd be like involved with the kids sir like watching kids maybe or I don't know I just like that environment. Your arm okay. Could you be working at a front desk checking people in signing a new members. What about those cover things things sure? Yeah I'd be open to that okay. All right Listen about art. What the world would you be doing there? Well I'm I'm good at drawing. I'm very creative so home. Like it'd be amazing if I like having a taste Oetzi shop and you know sal whole bunch art or something no hold on a second. I don't know a ton about Oetzi Madison. I'm stepping into dangerous territory. I should've talked. Madison about is I. I don't know you can. She knows much about Oetzi but isn't se thing where you can just basically start your own shop a pretty much right now. Yeah I mean you can and I tried that but I. I'm not sure if I just wasn't patient enough for it but it didn't really work out It's a pretty pretty saturated market. You know what would you. What were you trying to sell on your own stuff or other Mayan? Yes my patient enough so I I will tell you I'm Gonna I'm GonNa jump in the middle of my own thought process here. I don't want you to give up on that. I just WANNA be patient. Say this is going to be something and I'm just going to stay with for a Labour of love. Am I gonNA put all my eggs in this basket but I am going to continue to do some oil stuff and and And put it out there figure out where out there. It doesn't have to be at sea but I I want you to continue that. See if that takes off eventually. Don't quit on that Jenner. Saying because now it's not going to be the primary thing it's like extra tre all right. We haven't even figured out your main Gig and I think I got your side Gig. How you like? That sounds great exactly. I don't think you were patient because you're putting pressure on as opposed to only keep creating art in multiple different ways and see what sticks all right now. The preschool thing working with kids. It's interesting to me that you've already mentioned working with the kids the gym. I think you'll love kids. Yeah I mean I do I You know I always. I almost went for teaching things. But then I don't WanNa have to relocate. That sort of stopped me there So I just you know. It's hard to find something around to go back to school for. Yeah but I like this idea of the learning development early development. You know what I mean like these. These preschools have gone to the moon out how impressive they are all the different things they can offer kids and so you know I I look get that thing and I go boom. You could step right into that. Well can I haven't been in the workforce at seven years no even raising kids for seven years. Hello you're the number one qualified candidate for that. You know what I I mean. Look at it it is a good way to look at it. You're really darn good at it and you love kids and to get paid to work so I like option one in three Eh because both of them roll right off the top of your head when I put put it to you and I think take the pressure off. Why don't you just go? Hey maybe all apply I for some learning care centers daycare or whatever or apply for the children's area of really big Jim in my area or whatever and I'm just GonNa see see where the chips fall. I'm not going to say this is the rest of my career but I'm GonNa just get myself back out of the workforce doing something that I know I would enjoy. That's all you gotTA Do Their don't over think I in your case. Let's go make some money doing one of those two things and then continue to kind of identify other areas are Joe. Let's open up the electronic mail electronic mail. The you've got mail. Mac writes in. Hey Ken.

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