35 Burst results for "A Dozen Years"
Jill Biden Heads Back to Classroom as a Working First Lady
"It's the first day of in person school for the first lady Jill Biden will be back in the classroom today teaching English and writing at northern Virginia community college where she's worked for a dozen years she's been holding classes virtually through the pandemic from her east wing office or hotel rooms and often reads papers on flights Dr bided recently told Good Housekeeping magazine she can't wait to get back in the classroom she's the first First Lady to leave the White House and log hours at a full time job Sager made Ghani Washington
"a dozen years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know, we are, you know, weird spot ahead Matt Graham in here a couple weeks ago. From WBC mortgage met an old friend and we started to talk about Mortgages and reef eyes in the real estate market. Just crazy. You know their You know a couple 1000 homes 20. I think it was like 2200 homes. On the market, which is not even a 30 day supply. This, by the way, it's been a fairly consistent thing over the years. But those guys, you know at Matt's group Get mortgages turned around very quickly revise turned around very quickly. But you don't want to go and call map. Or try to get a mortgage or a car or credit card. Without making sure things are okay with the credit. So if nothing if this show does nothing For you other than to open your eyes about maybe looking at your own credit. To make sure everything's okay. I'll tell you that most of the people that call and say Oh, my God, I have the worst credit. This is horrible. You know, Whatever the story is. I was to take a deep breath number one. If it is the worst, it's fine. I can guarantee you. You have nothing on your credit that I've never seen before. There are no more first at this point. Right. I've been doing this a dozen years I've seen Pretty much everything I can possibly seeing a credit report. And we know how to deal with it all. So you know, it's it starts with a phone call by you toss..
Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien
"Creek truman. Welcome to the there. It was podcast. Thank you thank you very much. Gentlemen you have quite an interesting story in an interesting background craig. Especially you at seventy years old deciding. This was the right time in your life. Things finally lined up where you had the time and the money together to go flying and flying with your cfi truman. Who with a lot of experience but then kinda went doormat when he retired from the airlines for dozen years or so came back to be a cfi and help you learn to fly help. His nephew learned to fly and So here you are in. Imc conditions flying from from bend oregon to To vashon island. Do you mind picking up the story from there. Yeah it was quite the Quite the experience. I hadn't planned on this unexpected stop that we made on the side of mount saint. Helen's we now refer to this as the miracle on mount saint. Helen's at least. I do. But i couldn't have done it with a better A better pilot. Truman of course has many many hours. on i think over nineteen thousand but As he's told me before he's never had a crash before so. This was a new experience for the both of us but we were coming back from band. Everything was fine. I had flown the plane from vashon down to bend oregon We turned around a couple of hours. Later started our way back and Truman was flying the plane. Control the plane
Executive Producer Doug Cole on His Ambitious Movie 'Making Sense'
"Executive producer and co writer. Doug cope talk to me about his ambitious movie making sense. I came up with about a dozen years ago. My best friend was paralyzed in a freak accident. And yeah he said doug. I'm the kind of guy that would see somebody across the street and wheelchair and turn my head. I could look at them and he just said. Now i'm that person i'm in the wheelchair and people can't look at me and it's humanizing so i. I was writing scripts the time. And i thought that's a kernel of idea for story. What if we could change the perception of help. People with disabilities are viewed in terms of You know what can they do versus you know. Are they damaged or somehow incapable of performing actions. And so that's the reason for the five senses. And it just snowballed from there and finding the actors. You're actually had actors with this bill on him. The cat how did you find them. We did a nationwide casting search. Most of the actors are actually from ironically and we put the word out through Disability organisations a frankly On facebook and whatnot and we had a series of casting calls and we had a casting workshop a month before the actual casting so that we could train people with disabilities. Who are interested on how to audition for a film.
UN Reports Cutting Methane Quickly Key to Curbing Dangerous Warming
"A new report from the United Nations says cutting methane pollution is crucial to curbing climate change in the short term methane is much more potent in trapping heat then the chief greenhouse gas carbon dioxide but nothing only lingers for about a dozen years what carbon dioxide sticks around for centuries the U. N. report says emissions of both need to be cut but nothing cuts pay off quicker cutting emissions in half by twenty thirty could prevent a half degree of future warming and a quarter million deaths from air pollution annually the report also says methane reduction would be relatively inexpensive by plugging leaks in pipelines stopping venting of natural gas during drilling in capturing gas from landfills reducing methane from belching livestock and other agricultural sources is the biggest challenge I'm Ben Thomas
Prabal Gurung Discusses the Importance of #StopAsianHate
"Morning vogue. Thank you all so much for joining today. I am here with pro garang. He is a designer who i have been following since all lows his very first presentation and i went back and counted. I've reviewed you forty one times. Can you believe that you just east us completely plaque notes. Okay but i never. I see light nunu all my life you know. I mean ears a dozen years. At least the news will buy. yes anyways. Thank you again for being here. I want to start by talking about the the collection. I just reviewed that you just showed during new york fashion week fall. Twenty twenty one. You called it a love letter to new york. And i wanna know why you called it that well. New york is a city that i love of. It's the city that i found myself when i came here. Two years ago. you know after travelling singapore and all india australia in everywhere. I never been to america when i came here. I literally fell in love immediately. The day i arrived. Because i was also very much charmed romanticized by the idea of what new represented. The new yorkers represented defiant impossible dreamers misfits and also. It is in this summer. This is the city that again amid the pandemic and uncertainty that i found myself again. You know Collection was inspired by my summer spent in new york city and the i would say the revolution of self expression and unity that i saw all over as i am. Can i live near. Washington's my house faces broadway all the marches of protests that i see and i started to attend marches protests and vigils for blacklivesmatter latte transects matter. I saw communities all throughout the city. Rallying together to express themselves and to support one another.
Wholesale prices surge 1.3%, led by health care and energy
"A surge in health care and energy prices results in the biggest jump in wholesale prices in a dozen years the labor department says the producer price index which measures inflation pressures before they reach consumers increased by one point three percent in January that's the biggest one month gain since two thousand nine that increase reflected a roughly one percent rise in healthcare services and a five percent jump in energy prices analysts now think inflation is likely to rise this year after more than a decade below the federal reserve's two percent target for annual price increases an uptick in inflation would signal fuller re opening up the economy my camp in Washington
Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder
"So Roland. Glad to have you on the program. I. Know we're going to be talking about a at the edge. I. Think in order to have that conversation based on where your firm is focused we should talk about micro controllers and a tiny am l. This is for for you folks really really big opportunity for ai at the edge he maybe not up what we're talking about today. Yes sure thing very me of course. So tiny mel is machine learning or a I own really cheap low power hardware and then usual micro controllers. Some Mike controllers are very cheap low-power chips and they're literally everywhere are hundreds of billions of my controllers in a roads sets also why they can be cheap. But it's very challenging to deploy machine earning or to run machine learning or microcontrollers and its resulting but maybe it's good if I did a bit of a wide so important to run machine learning microcontrollers. So one way to do this, I mean if he thought, you could think that you can just sense the data back to the cloud depressing Darren very heavy and. Expensive jeep use bid. This is often not a very good idea. First of all, they're bench with limitations. So if you have a camera that's connected to Wifi network and they sent up the whole camera to the clouds, if you have multiple gummer's connected through same wife network that just doesn't work your your wife is down immediately than there are things like latency take. Time to send it to the cloud to person Darah Senate back there reliability issues, diner radiant, and it's done. You still want to make sure that your product works their privacy issues. You don't want to send feed data or audio data through the clouds and dinners energy consumption. That's actually a big issue because sending data to the cloud or even if use WIFI consumes a lot of energy and that's not good. especially not if you have a battery powered device Saddam L. Solstice by running machinery and work by running two workloads on the device itself the very cheap low power chip. But. The thing is it's very difficult to run machine learning on a chip and that's what our companies folks them. Got It. When you say chip in this case, you're you're talking about microcontrollers. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Got It. Got Maybe. So you've walked through a couple of instances an. Familiar. With you know the edge as as sort of an idea and the intersection of of Iot nfl you focus on this space pretty ardently though maybe we can talk about some of the cases where hyping data to the cloud makes sense and some of the cases where a dozen year security he brought up bandwidth. There's a lot of these practical concerns. Can we tie this to you know potential business cases Hey dan here's an example where it completely makes sense we we gotta send this stuff up it might be at the edge, but we got to send it to the club and here's an example where we really should not be doing that Do you have any? We can talk about The main thing here is that you want to have devised a battery powered. That's an important issue because makes much cheaper much easier to install vices. So for example, if you have a small camera in a grocery shop to detect if a shelf is empty or not. You want to make the device battery-powered at getter with smoke, and you can do that if the machine learning workloads is running on a mic controller and it just sense a small signal to the cloud if the shelves empty or if the if the shelf is enough to empty and you always want to tasks on the edge, if that's bull doing reason, why would not want to do it on the edge is if you need so if the Model is so complex that requires a lot of energy to run and requires very expensive. Large ships skull jeep use said, that's why you want to do hoax over example for very complex and opie models of complex NLP tusks you you might want to do it in cloud, but if it is Bulbul, if you game run it locally, you generally want to do that because of bent with. Issues, because of latency issues, because of reliability issues because of privacy issues. So a good example of adults that you want to run locally is, for example, an H. system where on a heating air conditioning system where you have a small camera which idex if there are human in room, and then if there is a human into room, the heating air conditioning system automatically turn on or turn off. You don't want to send it whole feed your feet to the cloud it. It's not great for your free event with of your Wifi network. Another great example where we ecstasy for between is in retail. So you're starting to see devices that are battery powered that have a small camera and that have a small microcontroller controller, and it runs in a little deep learning model to detect if the shelves empty or not car, and if the shelf has empty than the signal to store manager that someone needs to fill up the shelf again. Yeah. Yup or for example, as small camera detects how many people are waiting in acute and at the stores manage store managers do more effectively locate their their stuff thus like debt or you can do gay seduction off shopper and detect. What kind of products show purser January interested in said at the shop nick and do better product placements those kind of thoughts. been if you're running ds on larger chips that are more energy consuming, you have to connect them today Tristan Nets, somehow that makes it much more expensive to install much more painful store owner. So if he can make this battery-powered, you can just clip it on a shelf or you can just Louis this evening for example, would you really like if you can make these device better half these kind of
Climate change denier, David Legates, appointed to NOAA, alarmists howl
"As hurricanes, Sally batters Gulf Coast and climate field wildfires continue to ravage the West we turn to look at how a well-known climate change denier has been tapped for a top position at Noah. That's the National Oceanic and atmospheric. Administration. University of Delaware Professor David Gates is written papers calling for more fossil fuel emissions has had his work supported by the Robert Mercer. Funded heartland institute coal, and Coke Industries, as well as major gas companies. In two thousand eleven he was pushed out of his role as Delaware State climatologist for his views on climate change which go against the scientific consensus in two thousand and eighteen same year. The intergovernmental panel on climate change warned humanity had only a dozen years to mitigate climate change your face global catastrophe David Lee Gates spoke at heartland. Institute. Conference on a panel called quote why co two emissions are not creating a climate crisis. We've all heard carbon dioxide of course, is a pollutant. It drives climate. It is the single most important factor that determines what the climate is going to be in the future and what the temperature is going to be and how much precipitation is going to be so much so that we have a danger sign on carbon dioxide. But the question I wanted to WanNa ask is, is it really a benefit? Not just simply? Has Gotten a bad rap but is it really something that we could do with a little bit more? So the answer my question is carbon dioxide, a pollutant or a benefit. Clearly isn't a pollutant is definitely a benefit and we can do with a little bit more of it. David La Gatesville serve as no as deputy assistant secretary of Commerce for Observation and prediction top climate scientists Michael Manteaux then pr he could not imagine quote immortal misguided decision than the appointment
Talking About We Agnostics with Dale K.
"Yes, so you you you wrote a book called A secular sobriety, which is basically a secular version of the big book and the first 164 or just the first one 64 and you know, you you really you were it was really interesting the way you wrote it because you you just made some very subtle changes. You would do try to stay pretty true mm original text, but you made some subtle changes which turned out to be fairly significant and we agnostics is one of those chapters that you rewrote and that's one of the chapters that project is one of the most hated chapters in in our community as opposed. It's so why don't you why don't you tell us a little bit about your book why you wrote it and then maybe talk about the chapter the agnostics and what you didn't like about it. And also what you think the author the original author of the original chapter was trying to say Okay. Well, you know the the reason I wrote the book is because I was angry and in fact, most people just start another meeting when they get angry and and and but you wrote a book. Yeah, but wage I have been going to a secular meeting since the mid-eighties exclusively, you know, I left traditional a a and was just going to this page secure a meeting and when I first got sober and eighty one, I was given the the 4th edition. We shut our excuse me the 3rd Edition which was printed in in 79 and So, you know twenty-five years. I knew nothing about traditional anymore. I had no contact with them and then I moved away and my new town had nothing like my old meeting. So I started going to traditional meetings again and I happen to be a a big book meeting and so the next week it was a guy there that I enjoyed so the next week I came with my Third Edition big book and and it didn't take me long to realize that. What they were reading and and what I had in my book was different. I think it was like the page numbers or something or different or something, but Anyway, it was only then that I found out that there was a new addition though. I think we lost him for a little bit. Z this was like 2012 or 13 or something. So I I was like a dozen years behind. But anyway, I thought I was very curious about the new addition and I bought one and when I got home I was very eager to to find out what it changed and stuff. And I thought surely, you know, you know the last twenty or so years. Well, he'll come back. I think the deal was having some internet problems anyway, but I remember that story. He said that he was expecting that the big book would be different because it was a new version and of course it was any different at all. They just they just changed the stories. So yeah. Yeah, that's pretty much it and that reminds me of when I was looking into a to get sober and off and attended alateen and so went online and there was a pamphlet for the newcomer, I believe and it off and it said that a a was open to everyone to people of all beliefs and non-belief. And so I thought well who they progressed off I went to meeting and they were guarding all over the place. And so I loved so yes very familiar with that. Well, so the chapter to the agnostics is really Kind of an interesting chapter, I guess from from where I'm at now and I think where other people are too but you know, I I started my journey in sobriety and I will in a real traditional way I suppose at least from my perspective, you know, reading the big book repeatedly and we agnostics is one of those chapters. I thought that that I read and I I considered it to be step to which is basically coming to believe that you know, a power greater than yourself could restore you to sanity home now. I don't think of it that way now, but that's that's what that's what I I thought of the book I thought of that chapter then a step too and and I and I read it and I tried to I try to get something good out of it and I don't think it really bothered me very much all those years that I was reading that there were some chapters some paragraphs in the book that I thought were, you know, helpful, but after some wage Time had passed and I realized I was an atheist and I read that book and I thought to myself I read that chapter and I thought to myself man. They don't this is not right with this but this the chapter you would think it's about how agnostics and atheists can get sober too. But instead it turns out that it's just trying to preach to the atheist and agnostic so that they too could believe in a God and become sober right?
"a dozen years" Discussed on KOMO
"News time, 6 45. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest on Ly 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening on this Tuesday in Seattle and fancy ice with police Jaffe, our editors Jeremy Greater scan of some of our top stories. At least 20 million people are in the path of Hurricane Laura on track to slam into the Louisiana and Texas ghosts in 24 hours. It's expected to have a storm surge upto 13 FT. Even possible tornadoes. Louisiana's governor says it resembles Hurricane Rita from 2005 Washington State's getting more company and its lawsuit against the feds over Postal service cuts along with Pennsylvania today. New York, Hawaii and New Jersey filed suit toehold disruptions ahead of November's presidential election. A banner calling for justice for Lindsay Bomb is now back in its place after it was taken down by the city. Lindsey disappeared nearly a dozen years ago. Her body was later found, but the killer still hasn't been caught. Ah Park was put up in her memory and McLaren along with the banner, but city crews recently took it down after the mayor said it was against city ordinances. Lindsay's mom, Melissa says that was hurtful. They say that my banners Air force in the community to live in the past, and they scare small Children. But a child murderer is not offensive. And it doesn't scare the Children. No official comment from the mayor yet. Melissa Bomb says detectives are still actively investigating the case, and there might be some good leads. But she's hoping people will take a renewed interest in helping to find out who did it. If you need a new laptop, you've no doubt discovered that many laptop models are in short supply across the country. Como's Connie Thompson with some tips and alternatives, search the Internet for an affordably priced laptop, and you'll quickly see the pattern out of stock sold out unavailable.
How I Built Resilience With Brian Chesky of Airbnb
"Hey everyone and welcome to how I built. This resilience edition on these episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they're adapting to these difficult economic times and today show we're going to hear from Brian Chess the CEO and Co founder of Airbnb back in twenty sixteen, we spoke with Brian's Co founder Joe Gebbie at, and he told the amazing story of how they founded and built the company, and if you haven't heard it, be sure to check it out. Now, of course, we are in a very different time and a few months ago Brian wrote a letter to the entire staff. AIRBNB letting them know that twenty five percent of the company was going to be laid off. This has been by far for us. The most difficult thing that we've experienced since we started the company a dozen years ago and I think join us to talk about how starting airbnb basically this idea that like strange who live each other live with each other like that was the hardest thing we were ever GonNa do it was like pushing a rock hill and it turned out that trying to run a company that does travel preparing to go public in the middle of pandemic is about as hard. And then doing all via Zoom Ios, even more difficult. I think that what people want right now just more fundamentally is connection is like the thing that we've always wanted we want connection to each other and now you have to fight for it. You know you have to make a conscious effort for it get on the one hand I'm closer to some people I've ever been in my life probably closer to my life co-founders donate we talk all the time and when you're going through crazy periods of time, it has a way of bringing you closer together but also has a way of making your bubble a little bit smaller and that's probably what's happened for me. Yeah. You you wrote a letter to your employees that is posted publicly that letter is was remarkable. It was so transparent. You had to lay off a quarter of your employees in May and you could see how painful it was for you to write that letter it was extremely transparent. You described the process for how you had to make the hard decision But also you know that every employee would receive fourteen weeks of of pay plus Severinsen insurance for a year and they keep their laptops and there were resources to help the employees Kind of walk me through how you how you came to to write that letter and How you kind of dealt with that just emotionally. Yeah there is no playbook. To lay people off in that's the kind of thing that if there was a playbook, you should never use it because the thing that people want more than anything. They want humanity they want compassion and that means that you need to treat people like like people like individually not robotically you know when the crisis happened, we felt in mid March it was pretty serious. We spent twelve years building airbnb in the we lost eighty percent of business in eight weeks. You know we're one of the success stories right and then suddenly eight weeks there's. All sorts of concerns articles willer survive never thought. I'd read an article like that. And we made a lot of hard decisions. We I cut enormous cost. We cut over a billion dollars plan marketing spend. We quickly raised two billion dollars. It's not easy to raise two billion dollars. It's more difficult to raise two billion dollars from your travel company. It's a pandemic and you've lost eighty percent business eight weeks. The people get nervous thankfully we had some great investors step up but we had to do that deal that was like over the course of seventy two hours still like get the deal done it was the. Fastest deal thing from have ever done and they've ever done. So before that layup even happened, I wrote a couple principals and I said, we have a hunt handful of stakeholders we have to I. Make sure that we act quickly in with all stakeholders. Remind we're going to be remembered probably for how he handled this crisis Andy Grove this famous entrepreneur said bad comes destroyed by crisis good company survive crisis in great companies thrive or are defined by crisis I said, we're not going to be the kind of company will be destroyed by this. We're GONNA try to take each of our stack holders and when we got to the employees, we basically had exhausted options having raised two billion dollars. We came to the conclusion that we would have to lay off when we confronted to hard truth the hard truth number one was this that we did not know when trouble would return nobody did and the second thing we knew is that when travel would return, it would look fundamentally different than the travel before the pandemic and so our business would have to look different and we'd have. To change the shape of our business that we focused on, and so then we just realized that we had to approach this with a sense of humanity said we should be as generous as we possibly could be in not less generous than that. Why would you do that until we came up with a handful of things that we did to try to help people in this very difficult time We did a fourteen sevens puts a week pre or service we felt like well, this is a health crisis people need health insurance, and so we made sure that everyone had at least one year of health insurance even after ever getting laid off one of the things that I'm most proud of that our team came up with Joe in the team came to me and they said, you know what? We have a recruiting team maybe we dedicate a percentage of the recruiting team to outplacement for the people
Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95
"The only person to serve as national security adviser to two different presidents has died. Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Brent Scowcroft, advise President Ford and more than a decade later was back at the White House under close friend George H. W. Bush dealing with communism's collapse or a lot of changes going on in Europe. A dozen years later, Scowcroft angered the second President Bush by publicly opposing war with Iraq. Becoming a prominent GOP voice and arguing war could destroy American alliances in the region. The elder Bush's spokesman says Scowcroft has died of natural causes at 95.
Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to two presidents, dies at 95
"The only person to serve as national security adviser to two different presidents has died. Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Brent Scowcroft, advise President Ford and more than a decade later was back at the White House under close friend George H. W. Bush dealing with communism's collapse or a lot of changes going on in Europe. A dozen years later, Scowcroft angered the second President Bush by publicly opposing war with Iraq. Becoming a prominent GOP voice and arguing war could destroy American alliances in the region. The elder Bush's spokesman says Scowcroft has died of natural causes at
Ford, Bush presidential adviser Brent Scowcroft dies at 95
"The only person to serve as national security adviser to two different presidents has died retired Air Force lieutenant general Brent Scowcroft did vice president Ford and more than a decade later was back at the White House under close friend George H. W. bush dealing with communism's collapse or a lot of changes going on in Europe a dozen years later Scowcroft angered the second President Bush by publicly opposing the war with Iraq becoming a prominent GOP voicing arguing war could destroy American alliances in the region the elder bush's spokesman says Scowcroft has died of natural causes at ninety five Sager mag ani Washington
Connie Culp, 1st US partial face transplant recipient, dies
"The recipient of the first partial face transplant in the U. S. Has died at age 57 almost a dozen years after the groundbreaking operation. Help died Wednesday of complications from an infection unrelated to her face transplant, according to the Cleveland Clinic where her surgery was done in 2008 1 of her doctors says she was an incredibly brave, vibrant woman and an inspiration to many. At a 2009 news conference, Culp, who said it was difficult for people to look at her I asked the world not to judge people that way. Because Copes husband shot her in the face in a failed murder suicide attempt. She underwent 30 operations. Doctors say she was the longest living face transplant patient. I'm
Connie Culp, 1st US partial face transplant recipient, dies
"Kind of help the recipient of the first partial face transplant in the U. S. has died at age fifty seven almost a dozen years after the groundbreaking operation called died Wednesday of complications from an infection unrelated to her face transplant according to the Cleveland Clinic where her surgery was done in two thousand and eight one of her doctor says she was incredibly brave vibrant woman and an inspiration to many at a two thousand and nine news conference call who said it was difficult for people to look at her ask the world not to judge people that way I had to describe the lotus transaction because yeah I don't know what happened Culp's husband shot her in the face in a failed murder suicide attempt she underwent thirty operations doctors say she was the longest living face transplant patient I'm Julie Walker
Crop failure rate for wild rice is increasing with climate change
"Minnesota's legendary extreme winter cold is critical to the survival of many native plants and animals, but temperature trans show Minnesota's average winter temperature has warmed six degrees since nineteen seventy, and the milder winters appeared to be Reducing Wild Rice Harvest Yields Peter David is a wildlife biologist for the Great Lakes, Indian fish and Wildlife Commission Hi Peter, welcome to climate cast. Thanks for the opportunity. Why is extreme winter cold so important to wild rice? This is a plant that's adapted to northern harsh growing conditions. And so even northern Minnesota Northern Wisconsin that's solar edge of its range, and you can suspect this is going to be a point out. That's really susceptible. To. Climate impacts one of them winter aspect is just that the SPLAT needs a long hard winter for the seed Germination. And those harsh winter conditions also helped not back. Some of the other plants that wild rice typically competes with. There's really whole host of native. Climate change that are probably impacting wild rice throughout its growing season, so if the range is limited climate change is in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Would they be pretty important then to wear? The wild rice is able to flourish. There are two species I should mention lose in northern and southern wound rise, but the northern species is the one that is really important human harvesters, because it has a large highly nutritious seed. That's found only in any level of abundance in these two states, so if you're a tribal member for example living on this landscape, it doesn't help you. Much of wild rice can only grow successfully Canada in the future. Wild Rice is called Minoan in the JIB way language. Wiersma Noman so important to the JEB loy culture. Is almost impossible for me to overstate how culturally important manolas. For people who are familiar with your jubilee or initial migration story, these trouser living once along the eastern seaboard, and they move to this part of the world following prophecies that indicated that they had to go west if they were going to survive as a people. And that migration. They weren't sure how long it was going to be. Where exactly they were going, but the prophecy was that they would be at their destination. When they came to the place with the food grew out of the water. And so they brought them finally probably over generations to this western Lake Superior Regionally monoment bowl of the world, so this plant has great cultural significance right there, but it is also this food that rose out of the water, and it has more overall nutrition than any other food that was available in the region, the native diet, and so you can imagine the significance. This has, and it's literally. This food day is present. From birth to death. throughout the year and all of the ceremonies, it's intricately tied to a deputy. Tell us about the elders four year rule and how that's changing. One of the first things the elders taught me when I started three decades ago and you'll very little rice. The wild rice is an annual plant. It comes up from CD cheer, and that's one of the reasons why it may also be more responsive to climate change. But it, it's naturally variable in abundance. In the four year rule states that in a four year period you could expect one very good crop to occur, and maybe to sort of fair to midland years and one year. That's going to be near failure. And Dean late, and he can county. Minnesota's one. That I often think about here as we look at the lake each year. You never know what you're going to see when you fly up to it some years, it's open wire. Other years it looks like a gigantic heat-sealed and some years now with a disease that we're seeing more frequently associated with climate change Brown back. It looks like a Brownfield instead of the vibrant Greenfield the failure read on Dean leg in the last dozen years, or so is approaching fifty percent, and that really stands such a stark contrast to that t k ruled traditional ecological knowledge of the elders. You mentioned fungal disease I understand. That's become a problem. How is that connected to climate change? So the one that really most concerned about is a thing called Brown spot disease. Is a fungal disease, it's been around for a very long time, but it likes warm wet, humid conditions that are becoming more and more frequent, so we're in the past it sort of seemed to occur now and then here and there We're starting to see years where it has theory large regional outbreaks, and it's a real problem, because when the answer badly infected by this, the seeds germinate the plants girl that they are not able to produce, eat themselves, and so they're not replenishing that seed bank, and they're not providing for for human harvesters, or for all the myriad while species and also benefit and utilize wild rice.
Tiz The Law Owner Jack Knowlton On Belmont Win
"Will here it is Jack Knowlton visiting with Anthony's to bill on. Red Brand radio. Congratulations on a fantastic win. A lot of people feel like it was seventeen years in the making my friend. Well we finally got our triple. Crown for Sakho Toga for Barclay tag and took us two horses and seventeen years, but from what I understand. It's still kind of fight for Barclay There aren't a lot of trainers at You know is one three legs of the triple crown in recent years. Yeah and you know you guys together. Seventeen years apart, and with New York breads and I know that's the. The mantra over attack a Toga. You guys support that program as well as anyone. Well I was pretty fascinated to learn that it was one hundred thirty eight years since the new. York breaded, won the. Belmont stakes now I know a lot of people are going to say well, then really count you know at you know. It wasn't a mile and a half and Yada, Yada but. In my mind, anybody who watched that race, who questions who would have won that race? It has been a mile and a half. I think the outcome would have been exactly the same as it was at amendment eight. And, Barkley had gone on record is before the race saying you know I would have liked a mile and a half of the source, and he's a horse again. New York Brad and that's what you guys do, you? You've been high on this horse from day one. Well. I watched them train at Saratoga. I mean you're up there and I'd go over at six o'clock in the morning 'cause. That was a time of day that Berkeley landed of track. It was almost darker. She got near the end of the need of what's dark. And not only did he. You know have a good works, and you know work quickly, not crazy fast, but you know good works. But the way he galloped out, I mean they couldn't pull him up. He goes around the second turn. After you know going, pass the finish line and writers just added tremendously difficult time pulling them up junior. Alvarado was riding. Mine is is raised back then, and when I saw that we went into a first range of six and a half furlong maiden mates for New York. Badge I really had a lot of confidence and He's lived up to it so one little bump in a road when he got stuck down inside and the worst part of the race track and Kentucky Jockey Club At. The end of November other than that He really has been flawless. Yeah. That's lobby. Track back in November. He's just been He's been impeccable. The rest of the way the covid nineteen outbreak of course forced post moment of the Kentucky Derby the preakness to. The. Bom obviously the biggest change with the Belmont was not only the two weeks, but the distance. You've mentioned the ASTERISK. We'll get to that in a minute You guys pretty much. And gals I don't want to offend anybody in Saratoga those thirty-five parts of this. Is that accurate? Seven and funny is that I was that six or seventy? You guys and funny side. We had ten ten. Okay, okay only. The same folks lieutenant. And I the only holdovers class. You guys Gus Williams. He passed away several years ago as dead one of our other great partners Dave Man but Ruined I gave remaining to. Stay with it and never in the world expecting that we would get the kind of horse that we've gotten here with the law. And this was an important race for you to win Jack Not that you don't want to win. The Derby again or the preakness again, but the Belmont stakes with your dedication to new. York, Brad's and New York, and let's face it. you know in a game where horses changed hands an awful lot. You and Barclay have been together two decades at this point. This was a very important race for you guys to to tick the box on. It was, and now he's got one more coming up in my hometown Saratoga Springs I've lived thirty five years I know Barkley wants to win it badly as do I and. Really if we can you know, check this box. would include the champagne, which is the the most important two year old race. The Belmont stakes obviously being biggest Belmont. Race and We get the travers at Saratoga. That's quite a triple. And that's pretty remarkable. When you consider you know you started this twenty years ago. As pretty much. Just some friends getting together and buying some horses. We had six guys and Sackett Cyber. I find the eastern end of Lake Ontario I went to high school. We were having our usual. Memorial Day weekend, bearing barbecue, and my wife and I would go up there and visit and I had been in the harness. Business Standard Bread business I guess for about a dozen years and got out. In in ninety four. And somebody up there said well. Why don't we buy a thoroughbred and I said you know figuring I've never gonNA hear anything about it again. I said okay. I said you know, let's each put in five thousand dollars. I knew Tim Kelly at that point who's a trainer and works at is never now. so I got a hold of me and he found this a New York Brad for twenty two thousand dollars. We named him the second sex after the six of us. From Sackett Cyber and came up with the name sack Toga stable after sack I Saratoga and made ourselves Maroon and gray, which are high school college. So. That's how it all started.
The Squishy, Slimey Science Of ASMR
"Okay. So matty yes. Ma'am our tour guide through the world of is Julia Puerto. We're going to hear from her in a bit. She is a real life person who experiences. Asmar Real live one and researches it s Mars not exactly a big field of scientific study and it's only been a thing in public discussion for about a dozen years. That's about win. In two thousand seven people began to find each other and build communities online calling this feeling they had Asmar so these people just like get relief. Zenda out by whispering. There's a whole host of different triggers for different people. It could be whispering soft tapping rustling of paper. There seems to be a visual component to all of this not always things like slow movements delicate hand gestures can induce an. As Amar experience one of the most popular a s M artists on YouTube. That's what the people who make these. As videos on liner called is a darling here. She has quietly touching a little house. Housemate of Legos with her fingernails. Yeah here she is unwrapping a starburst is a starburst and mean unwrapped my personal favorite here. She is counting down slowly in a whisper from one thousand nine ninety these videos Vega millions of views on Youtube six. When you and I hear this we hear it but for some people they feel it. And that's what happens for Julia and those who experience asm art. It's a little bit like music juice chills or orange spot. Chill so sometimes you know if you haven amazing speech like Martin. Luther King's speech. You might get those kind of those goosebumps those shivers up your spine. Which is really kind of complex emotional aesthetic response to some people experience other people diners so this is young woman doing this in. You're like looking at her face and she's really close to the camera. It seems very intimate. Is this like? Is this a sex thing? On to be honest. That was my initial thought to. I don't experience I assume are Julius said based on studies she's done monitoring those who do not the feeling of getting turned on eight. I'll research we of course measured people's heart rates and on average heart rate decrease when people watched a small fires which is exactly the opposite of what you would expect. If it was somehow sexually arousing why but that makes me feel better about it it. Is it something else? So it's not like this sexual feeling what is it like in the brains of people who experience it. What's going on? We don't actually know what is happening. Truly in the brains of people who experience it nor how many people experience it at all the important thing to know here is. There isn't a ton of scientific research on this topic. There is one study though that really interested Julia. It's a two thousand sixteen paper by Canadian researchers that looked at the brains of people who experience Asmar when their brains run a restful state basically not doing anything and they looked at this specific network within the brain. Something called the default mode network which is associated with things like daydreaming in mind wandering and also self-referential thought and what they found was the essentially that they thought that the brain network activity at rest shows that the less able to inhibit sensory emotional responses. Basically they were less able to separate the link between what their senses are picking up and what they're feeling in their bodies sensory emotional experiences weren't as suppressed. Okay that makes sense to me. They experienced their sensors in a different way. Then like I experience my son says or something like that kind of like I said. This is one of many early studies. And what's also interesting is how people are experimenting with new. Asmar triggers on the Internet. Remember the using I mentioned earlier. Yeah I remember that it was unfortunate. I have with me in my hand Something that produces sound and I'm going to introduce it to you. Oh Nice little bit of flare. So what I'm holding in. My hand is slime Flown technically slime with little foam pieces inside to hear that. Yeah I can hear in the last few years. There's been booming videos of people manipulating slime. It'll have color or glitter or charms next into it. People gotten very creative with their slimes fun to play with and it also has a sound not doing it for you know. It's not doing something in. You are shrinking in your seat. I try and get as far away from me as possible. I don't I don't like it. You WanNA play with it. I mean you. Why don't you start one? I brought this in because if you search Hashtag. Mr Instagram right now. Guess how many posts come up. Six seven point six million. Oh my God I in the past not vast majority but a number of them are videos of people. Doing exactly what you're doing right now. Just manipulating slime making these satisfying squishy downs. Are there groups of people who experience an anti are like instead of feeling sued? Right now I feel very unsettled in my belly hurts. That would be called MS phony different episode. We wanted to ask our scientists Julia. If slime is a bona fide trigger for Asmar mean there are parallels. Probably people who experience `small would experience a small watching things like slime videos however one thing I would say is the actually. There's been quite a lot of interlocking between different trends. So s Marin slime and things buying have all kinds of mcbain started in South Korea broadcast people eating food while talking to their audience. With high quality microphones. What a nightmare. The Internet slime and things like Bon of MS piggybacked onto the small trend. So sure what under the sometimes category on the Internet of oddly satisfying. Yeah although hashtag asthma. Because I suspect it is piggybacking on us as kind of Tom to get people to watch videos so when you see a video of someone. Let's say cutting soap or cookie. Someone playing with really pretty slime. That may be oddly satisfying. But if you don't have the brain tangles it's not ASAMARA. That's talking to you at the same time. Julia said that the more Mars linked to things like slime videos. That could change what it means for people on the Internet. She's focused though on the world of science and has a lot of outstanding questions. Why do some people experience it and others? Don't why do some people experience it at a higher intensity than others and also and this is really interesting to me? What is the effect of? Asmar on sleep. So we know anecdotally that people who experience `small use these videos on Youtube to help go to sleep and I guess the question is will y y does is more help you go to sleep and another important question with regards to sleep is does it not only help you get to sleep but it does also improve the quality of your sleep so for some people. This might be like the Modern Day. Version of counting. Sheep Says County. One thousand nine hundred ninety
"a dozen years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Over the past dozen years NYU Winthrop hospital has established itself as the world's number one center for the treatment of prostate cancer with cyberknife radiation therapy recently some of clean the proton therapy is more advanced and more precise Dr Jonathan Haas chairman of radiation oncology at NYU Winthrop challenges those claims with proven data the facts are clear cyberknife is measurably more precise and proton therapy there are fewer side effects and our success rate has never been surpassed what's more cyberknife treatment takes five brief appointments in a single week conventional proton treatment takes nine weeks with so many claims out there today it's important to choose a cancer treatment based on proven success I advise everyone ask to see the data I'm always happy to share our results and me with any patient to learn more about cybernetics for to speak with doctor house call one eight six six one three or visit NYU Winthrop done work NYU Winthrop hospital's cyberknife program now part of Perlmutter cancer center at NYU Langone this Sunday at two PM it's the invite health show with Jerry Hickey interested in learning more about your health and wellness but don't know where to start listen to the invite health show this Sunday at two PM for the latest health and nutrition information turn your resolutions into goals with important information you need to know about your health nutrition vitamins and you listen to the invite help show with Jerry Hickey this Sunday starting at two PM introducing a new day of the week some day now everything you were going to do some day is on the calendar I want to retire some day you'll really want this a my social security account at social security dot gov you can estimate your future benefits and manage current benefits online millions of people have a my social security account get yours today because Sunday is here at social security downtown what do the revving the rabbi and power express mortgage have in common both help you excel in life our express mortgage has simplified the process of getting the mortgage that's right for you open seven days a week for free consultations no obligation call eight hundred eight two six twenty two sixty five mention the Rev the rabbi and get seven hundred fifty dollars toward your closing costs called eight hundred eight two six twenty two sixty five our express mortgage dot com our service where traders like somebody in the service M. S..
"a dozen years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We don't hit the guardrail on your way down to southern Illinois guard Aaron cook who averaged fifteen points per game before breaking his hand early in the season as announced that he will grad transfer in place last year someone else your valuable player that's a you should be much improved again next year under second year head coach Brian Mullins repeat he's gonna play is someone else play what I said he said he's going to play is someone else thank you well I as I said for some no you did not you said play as someone else okay for someone but after Tyler captor who is a listener to the show is the national baseball writer for The New York Times says don't forget the Gary Matthews Bob Turner for bill Campbell trade at the end of spring training helped the cubs win the eighty four division titles pretty good with a Ramis Ramirez and Kenny Lofton for Bobby hill and a dozen years baseball's says Dr Cobb and many now weighing in with a fat Mike said the trade for all this Chapman for Gleyber Torres yes they gave up a big price but he helped you don't win the World Series without him just many people's opinions to the chat no one can't be on there for me is that it was a rental player yeah he helped us win a World Series yeah he was a huge piece to that team but we got nothing more for that trade after he left no where is like Sammy Sosa five hundred four levels right you've got went to the yeah I see but you're the one that put the cabin on the poll that it's not about what they want here so if you take that away that it's not about that what they want here really good point forget Chapman good point you're correct let's go to U. P. S. Joan Elmwood park Hey you PS still what's up Sparky let's go again baby how are you man everything's good for me as a fifty five year old man it's gotta be December trade number one and I also agree with Danny because I was living in Wrigley bill during that span the year and it was the best summer of my life by far yeah it was an incredible summer man it was in credible I'll never forget it yeah I got one more very young and I hope he's listed draw little shot up the CPD Jack in the rest of the police and fire department now because there are it's a tough job I love you love you best to CPD Jack that's his brother I am all the first responders out there and we do our Kerry out Fridays are to try to help the restaurant industry I've talked about the medical profession or my brother and sister in law work what they do but the police the fire the paramedics everyone out there please just know you're loved and you're appreciated every single day R. three one two three three two three seven seven six let's go to Mike on the north side a Mike what's going on man Hey thanks for taking my call thanks for calling I gotta disagree which is a little cap I'm a white Sox fan who I'd have to say the three best traits the cubs history are number three pick up Sammy Sosa number two pick it up probably the greatest second baseman the plate in the computer for right Sandberg at number one whichever young guy who said it who's working with you is a genius the smartest thing I heard was Ferguson Jenkins back to the sixties and seventies he won twenty games a season six years in a row nobody started in Chicago history either side it's out in twenty complete games every year over two hundred strikeouts over two hundred thirty innings pitched every year that was the greatest trade in the cubs waiver yeah we've had other people that are weighing in like I said Tyler Kepner from The New York Times is listening to the show and he said the same thing share your call man stay safe stay healthy have a great week Mike there's other people saying that one so three one two three three two three seven seven six nine ask a question yes Sir U. P. S. G. O. made a statement saying the best season of his baseball life was nineteen ninety eight as a cubs fan explain to me an observer of the passing scene why in the summer of two thousand sixteen was not as good as the summer of nineteen ninety eight look for me it was it absolutely one hundred percent to sixteen and I was so caught up in a doing the pre post and then writing a book at the same time but I I've told this story before the before the season ever started I told my wife I told the people that it protein that writing a book they're winning the World Series this year trust me I have been a spring training for thirty consecutive years and there was something different they were laser focused they were ready they were talented I believe absolutely a hundred percent going into it Seoul being caught up in it to that level and I was the same thing with ninety eight so we are working together at WGN radio that was amazing on a different level I never thought they were winning the World Series it was just cool for the Sammy level with mark McGwire in the race so for me twenty sixteen it's not close yeah and I don't disagree with you the way you looked at the season before star in two thousand sixteen but I I don't think that UPS chose necessarily wrong right like if you think back to the memories it seems as if it was a more fun season to be watching this team to be experiencing the steam the ninety eight season and that wild card game then it was the two thousand sixteen team maybe it's because of the expectations going in that we all knew that they should be one of the best teams in baseball and then they were one of the best teams in baseball and then they were one of the best teams almost in the history based on the metrics throughout that season that maybe the expectations kind of diluted it to some extent but I'm surprised that there is even a debate when the team didn't even get past the wild card round correct yeah I'm saying like or like they didn't even advanced to the ALCS are the NLCS I I would think that to cub fans it should be a slam dunk like absolutely my favorite season ever as a cub fan was the summer of sixteen but I don't I I kind of feel like Indiana you're a Die Hard cubs fan art in your head are they close ninety eight and sixteen like I said twenty sixteen is the greatest year I ever had being a Chicago Cubs fan but I would say I had more fun in ninety eight right because there were the expectations were not there in twenty sixteen I got off to such a hot start twenty five and six they were so good that as a cub fan the whole time we were thinking please don't let him blow it like they've done in years past please don't let that curse bug bite them like in years past and you would watch games full filled with anxiety like when the playoffs started you were over run with anxiety like please god don't let them blow this there's such a good team this is their shot at it this is their year feels here he made all these moves were gonna world when a World Series where is the nineteen ninety eight it was just carefree I was watching those games rooting for home runs I just wanted to see Sam in the ballpark that's it hit a home run let's have some fun let's go wild it was it was a different type of excitement so I was doing some cleaning around the house and I got part of the garage done I've got a lot more to do but we have a couple baseball bats mark grace had given a baseball bat to my wife well before my wife and I were even together she was an advertiser so she got this they sent it to R. A. sign mark grace bats so found that the house and then when I was working on the radio side of the broadcast Sammy called me over to his locker today goes Hey Bobby I need a favor there'd been a hurricane that it hit the Dominican and he needed to get on the air to promote his charitable work to raise money for what had happened in the DR a so would you put me on the pregame and then put me on your radio show so I can get a couple hits it absolutely and we get him on and then a couple days later he goes career second and he hands me a game used bat any signs and I've got it it's ridiculous it's cracked it's a black back and I've got it I'm like oh my god I have a look at that thing in so long so long but it was cool it was really cool to find it back from what is that twenty two years ago crazy three one two three three two three seven seven six Jack vita on Twitter says Cashner for results Dempster for Hendrix here's a good one he stopped choice for directly Jose Hernandez a horrible one why because the expectations were directly got here were through the roof and he did not live up to those he played pretty well I played for you a but he didn't live up to the expectations this is when will we I remember that trade when we traded for Derek Lee there was an excitement like all my god this guy's a stud directly is going to come in here and he's just going to be god's gift to first base second look at his numbers and they they were fine sixty broke his wrist he was out three months but I think the first couple years he was really good that's fine Jose Hernandez Bobby hill for Ramis and loft and so marja Addison Russell Addison Russell and a hell of a year to help you win a World Series but you said take the winning the World Series out of it yeah I'm just telling you what people are tweeting in so three one two three three two three seven seven six is the phone number to go back to the phones let's go to Jack in Norwood park Hey Jack what's up man Capitec no I long time no talk are you guys is this CPD Jack you're nobody I just came out I know I heard you're Ballin I heard my brother how are you guys by the way I handled that back we're washing our hands and social distancing and hang in there man just trying to do the best everyone can you admit to it are the guys that are purchased banners and talk country of ours start time of eleven and nine god bless thank I would say a bad figure I was eleven years old when when someone ran a one a and B. P. eighty four and I still remember it I mean for hello I did you find the hatred for Hillary ball is that right Yvonne Hayes Zeus for Larry Bolen Samberg that's my number one but I forgot to say Jackson probably do because they won the World Series went from so even though I don't thank you have a good person but they won a World Series for other reasons off the field but I think that my number to be the world's fairs and it finally did it that's about it Hey man stay safe okay we appreciate your service thank god I love you guys love you god bless there is C. P. D. Jack three one two three three two three seven seven six all of your calls on the greatest cubs trade of all time what why is it that a lot of candidates out there all update the poll results but I want to hear yours three one two three three two three seven seven six this is E. S. P. N. we're listening to a cabin company won T. S. P. N. one thousand Carlos home for sports martial call go bears in free agency Kyle long joins us it makes better or get a few minutes making a cold better breakdown of moves getting track record at the same time I'm really excited to see that competition.
"a dozen years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You I think you know something I have been doing this you know we've been here almost a dozen years the arcade on almost ten years we've always had people you know in to review the report and you kinda sitting across the table from someone looking it at something or you're on the telephone explaining to someone what's going on with your credit report this approach of being able to climb into my computer have you climb into my computer clearly mesmerized if you look at everything piece by piece get to explain things to you that may be confusing make things that may seem to you to not be yours and then we look at it and look at a deeper you go okay I understand where this came from or when this account was opened very simple that analysis happens in real time you pick the time you want to meet on the computer or or we don't work in the office we can do it that way and as soon as we're done you can sign up for our program you get your own portal link get to see those results in real time very easy very very aesthetically pleasing very cool to see this whole process come into play it's been some time talking about this Experian credit boost I've been contacted by a couple different banking officials actually bought for him to win the national level and to folks that regional that I've spoken with over the years I'm not sure if you've seen these commercials are not but the way it's being presented to consumers is actually you know I don't think being completely forthcoming the consumers and I wanna have you kind of think on a couple of things not telling you not to do it I'm not telling you it's going to hurt you I'm just telling you there's information there that's not clearly accurate and and things are in a sense getting thrown off in terms of the credit mix in approvals from these banks is one of the reasons that I've heard from the spanking folks the folks that are allowed to necessarily speak out on their own because they work for banks so they've asked me to speak to the issue do it on the radio show doing the podcast somewhere we've got an audience where people can be aware made aware of what's going on the Marshall say Hey listen I just you know want to experience a credit score nine points or twelve points or whatever that was and in that part of that is correct right consumers are allowed to get in there and do certain things that will boost their score these things are adding your rent and utility payments cell phone payments things that come out of your bank account get added into your credit file so all the sudden you begin kind of self reporting it makes sense if you look at at this from a big picture standpoint on one hand it's good because you're able to get credit for things that you're not ordinarily getting credit for what we see happening is two separate things that are important want to be really important to you the way that this whole thing comes together when you go on to experience dot com the way that they get their information is not by you giving it to them saying well I pay this bill the email might cell phones a hundred dollars a month in my gas bills sixty dollars a month for my electric bill is you know a hundred and fifty dollars a month if that's not the way they do what you're required to do if you're required to give them your bank account information and log into your bank account through the experience I took all of a sudden this is this is creepy all of a sudden Experian has access to your bank account no not that they would you know you're gonna lose any money your accounts publicly at half the lot suggesting that but what I am suggesting is that the company one of the companies that has more data on you than any company in the world by the three credit bureaus have all this information on us all but one of the things that they don't have for information because our bank account information and all of a sudden now we are allowing them to crawl into a bat house the crazy so you're going to experience portal so yes I want to I want to do this and then the okay who do you bank with a new look for low going okay I bank with the bank of America you click that logo in the log and the next thing you know you're in a spot where they are in your bank account that is power if you don't think that they are using this data to do other things your your crazy dad it is where everything is everything this is something that is so important the data is so valuable Connally's or data valuable because we have to protect it but our data is valuable to others because they can turn around and they can sell it or they can use it and if you don't think Experian has away in their minds to use our data to do other things your I think you're being a little bit blind here's the other portion of this that is what has the banking folks up in arms and while his call I'm sorry it's taking a few minutes to get to this point but what they're doing is they're adding additional debt to your credit file right yeah I want to explain this to you in a way that's meaningful let's say you go out and buy a car before you want to get out in a line of credit or extension of credit for something and and furniture of information some of it's going.
"a dozen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The past a dozen years I guess and in addition to that user the author of a couple of books the latest being resistance at all costs how trump haters are breaking America is published by twelve publisher end up as we go to more calls you let me simply note of your chapter six a bowler special I've had a lot of people bring up during the course of this entire episode in American history that regardless of what happens here and now regarding this president and these various charges that the special counsel law deserves a lot of additional scrutiny not just the application of the law but maybe the wording of it itself your thoughts I know my hope is that what we com what comes out of the mall the reported that we never have a special counsel again because I mean this it really exposed to the problem without law which is that you end up appointing a some lawyer they end up having complete control to do whatever they want to look at anything they want I mean look at for instance what molar dead and I I again I I consider this another breaking of core institutions in the country you know he was asked to look into the question of from pressure collusion at the time he was appointed Jim call we had already been fired yeah rob Rosenstein the deputy Attorney General acting Attorney General at that time had wanted him to look into a destruction of justice he could have asked him to do it he didn't and yet molar went there anyway and arguably stretched out the probe for another year eighteen months he ended up not making the conclusion on it talking it over to Congress the whole thing has been a mess and that's what happened when you have people that aren't under the authority of any chain of command what a six six five oh gimbals we go to clay who calls and from Raleigh Durham North Carolina good evening clay with thank you Mister brown and happy new year merry Christmas to you and also do you miss Campbell if I'm just you know I find it intriguing that here we are into the second day of the new year that the politics is being brought up and we're having to figure out why is it we're continuing to talk about a man who has the intestinal fortitude and the gumption to stand for what he believes in you know I'm not a political person because I feel that politics is really ruined this country in the know here in the title of this book you know we are supposed to be in alignment with most everything because we're not supposed to be resisting you know the big people president trump was put in office for Rita for specific reasons people made that decision and also was the vice president you know it says in the Bible that we're supposed to respect the parties but apparently people having a problem with that but what about what happened when no Bhama was put in the presidency and his identity was in for a year and a half that to me should have been checked out I mean we're we're continuously checking out what is wrong with the man who is is president that people said here's what I feel a believe I'll I'll go back I don't want to continue what I'll do I'll be sure this with you I'm a black guy in the suburbs of Philadelphia called up in spoke to Monica Crowley late that night as things were changing over and he told the woman he says look I'm a Die Hard Democrats in this is the way I look at it I cannot vote for her I'm voting for him because I am saying that things can happen and of course the first thing that they brought up was the health care thing and what they get shot down so militant mistrustful I'll just want to give you a commend you for what you're doing because there's a lot of resistance out there and I hate it I mean you know but we're supposed to you know be able to appreciate it right now all right the thought so it can be stressful well one of the things I point out and the bucket is you know the I'm not suggesting that Donald Trump isn't a bit norm breaking himself he is but I would argue yet but it's a lot of it is in terms of his demeanor his tweets his willingness to attack problems head on and that was the reason that a lot of people voted for him and I think that's sort of what your caller was expressing someone that you know this is a guy who he does look at things very differently and in the office of the president he acts in a way that most prior presidents had not but that this was the kind of person a lot of America you know certainly that's a not necessary to elect him on the electoral college they wanted to see they were tired of politics as usual a different thing from you did sort of behavior of the president or an attitude as the present that's a different from breaking institutions and long term presidents in the country and that's what we're seeing from the other.
"a dozen years" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Well the annual bald eagle county in the salmon in Dino National Forest is ending after forty years but park Rangers say they don't need it anymore because I have from a scientific standpoint I guess the population is appeared to be steady over the last dozen a dozen years yeah so all the is by the way as far as being in danger because all my god bald eagles are in danger go up to Alaska or Canada it's hot and cold running bald eagles they have more than you could ever imagine did you know that Benjamin Franklin was out was pushing for the Turkey to be the national symbol yes and then so we would be eating bald eagle today for thanksgiving now and that's in there not bad tasting I must tell you you don't know why can't it made it that's a federal crime this okay you get it we're just we're just taking a moment to realize I think Jan we're on the same page and everybody listening you had to take a moment to realize it's just going to get worse the rest of today on the show with you pretty much yeah so yeah you gotta dig your heels in and steal yourself for what's going to happen with him now all the Eagleburger's at eight LA city attorney Mike Feuer district attorney Jackie Lacey at a news conference yesterday to warn people about a bunch of fake and unsafe products being sold around one of them on Walmart their website I mean dangerous stuff that was a without a helmet with a healthy grab the faulty scrap I don't recall but it was still on Walmart site which then Walmart pulled it down immediately which I found out but there's all this counterfeit stuff and it's one thing if you buy a lot like these counterfeit US Super Mario or Pokemon backpacks that a man in el Monte I bet this is charged with Alexander great there right that's right but then you have other things like this a make up they could be contaminated and in one case I might fewer who is the city attorney hi one of the big problematic items are Chargers phone Chargers and they tried four hundred of them ninety nine percent didn't work and when you have a charter here that's C. the battery inside that lithium battery and I think bom ignites and out a scary yeah all right as we can only try charges a lithium battery I don't think there's a lithium battery in the charger but it can do some pretty weird stuff terms of data the electricity surges etcetera alright here is that something that kind of is that I can counter intuitive but yet makes sense Burbank unified school officials say parents quit spreading school threats on social media are you just don't understand there's a in some of these are just rumors and then there for all you're doing is enabling or empowering or even the ones that aren't rumors please call authorities don't just keep spreading the surround parents defense is though I'm trying to get this word out to my fellow parents and to keep our kids safe it's a lose lose proposition right president trump says he's going to designate the Mexican drug cartels as terrorist group.
"a dozen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The messages men get in their lives may promote happen it it you know in our lives particularly the notion that women are pretty or that we see them as on equal or less we need men to become involved in this issue says the Bose because we're the ones perpetrating domestic violence David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news you have to go back almost two years to recall this chilling incident the details are hard to forget a high speed crash in Willingboro a mini van pushed over a railing into an icy lake a married couple inside unable to escape before drowning the speeding driver has pleaded guilty and could get more than a dozen years behind bars for all the talk of meetings in progress of lawmakers over an economic development plan the Murphy administration is still publicly pushing for the same plan that has been stuck in the legislature for nearly fourteen months on Thursday they talk it up in a meeting with mayors and council members Tim Sullivan of the economic development authority says the proposal is pro growth ant progressive really making the case I think for why it's time to turn the page Avenue approach to economic development trend may request your sister or developers interested in building in the capital city in that a reinstated incentive system at the EDA can help close the deal and they're doing an excellent job of putting together a package that the legislature we hopefully will accept or modified but in in in at the end of the day we like to see the package signed into law sooner than later at the state house Michael Simon's New Jersey one one point five news child well being varies wildly throughout the state new figures for Madame gets for children of New Jersey find persisting geographic and racial gaps despite rising median incomes and declining unemployment rates a lot of ego with advocates for children of New Jersey says nearly a quarter of new Jersey's black and Hispanic children live in poverty on average fourteen percent of new Jersey's children live in poor families so much higher rates of child poverty for black and Hispanic children black youth make up forty one percent of Jersey children in foster care despite occupying just fifteen percent of the state's total child population median incomes range from a little more than forty nine grand in Cumberland County to nearly four times that in Hunterdon county do you know find me on New Jersey one a one point five news have a dozen years in prison for a heinous sister act early this summer a drunken street fighting candid led to a stabbing one identical twin sister fatally wounding another Amanda Ramirez initially denied stabbing her sister Anna then claimed self defense by the time September rolls around pleaded guilty to manslaughter police say a Burlington county man videotape the number of women through dorm windows at Rowan university Mitchell McCaskey eve sham is charged with multiple counts of invasion of privacy the twenty nine year old commuter student was first arrested November sixth found with binoculars in a parking garage where police say he admitted to peering through dorm windows after more investigating Glassboro police say more Caskey recorded other women both outdoors and through dorm room windows a university release as none of the students tape can be personally identified while also calling such news extremely unsettling I am here and vote state department official David Holmes one of two foreign policy experts who testified as part of the ongoing house impeachment hearings Thursday almost telling the house intelligence committee about the phone call he over heard between president trump ambassador to the European Union Orton silent to Steve managed at I dinner president trump ask so he's gonna do the investigation master song replied that he's going to do it adding a presence Lynskey will do anything you ask him to do they were out on the terrace and a Kiev restaurant home says although some ones phone was on speaker phone I could still hear the president's voice coming through the phone and was loud and recognizable Jersey one a one point five used on five forty two chief meteorologist fans arrows says a rainy windy day today he's got an extended look at the forecast and we'll recap our top stories next the radio how is New Jersey one a one point five funny as what's the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free phones.
"a dozen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Feels a little bit like being a Viking fan. Lambeau Field Benton. Visit Viking or Vikings games. Generally. They want the s involved. So she dropped the SO. I big gaffe. Show. No your team name. It's house for that town hall, by the way, no full house said eight foot. So it was a lot of interest. And you know, there's a lot of democratic voters who are still stinging from two thousand sixteen that want to see a woman candidate emerged from the what is almost two dozen candidates for the nomination for for Democrats for president. And they're they're heavily vested. She's one of them. I said a couple of weeks ago. Now, I think it's gonna be Biden Clova closure as the ticket. I'm saying that now before this stuff is even apple Biden is if you look at the polling just Killian Clova shower, she has that midwest appeal now, I don't agree with a lot of policies, but she has a she has a broad base in Minnesota, obviously as a Senator from there, but she has a lot of support. And that's something that if it's Biden he'll need going forward in twenty twenty former Milwaukee alderman willy Wade has been charged with wire fraud in a case linked to strip clubs allege. Bribery, public corruption. The feds say that Wade who hasn't been an alderman since twenty sixteen they say that he collected thirty thousand dollars in cash by claiming that he was negotiating on behalf of a current alderman to accept the bribe in exchange for a vote that would approve licences for downtown strip club. He's currently the CEO of employment walkie the journal sentinel had the story first, but the workforce Development Board county says he's an unpaid administrative leave right now. He was an ultimate for about a dozen years faces up to twenty years in prison and a quarter of a million dollars in fines. If he is convicted the unnamed alderman is Calif, rainy, we're took his place in that position. So district north side. The the investigators saying he had no knowledge of this way. It was dropping his name significantly as part of this the scheme, and we're talking money the money. We're talking about thirty thousand cash all related to this case of silk exotic which had a lot of legal battles with the city going way back. Visit whole run issues with the city trying to essentially extort money in exchange for the process. Go a lot smoother as he liked to say, yeah. And the the old syndicated crime days. But it's an interesting case, the the may was shocked mayor Tom Barrett said he couldn't believe that this was happening. And that this story was breaking. He did the right thing spoke. Wrong. He said I want to be clear. This is mayor Barrett. I will not tolerate corruption in government at any level. Mr. Wade is no longer leading the agency employment walkie, and is not being paid pending resolution of his case, which you mentioned interesting development. This seems to happen. Every once in a while Michael McGee junior ran into similar issues. Did any don't take your money? Yeah. He I think he was under investigation for demanding bribes from business owners and exchange for his support. I'm very issues like liquor licenses and that type of thing. It's it's tainted. What was it pretty decent career? And he's got a great job. Now. It seems silly to me we saw the similar story with Michael bonds taking taking money for a contract, right? Yes. You're right. Why are they doing this? I mean, you have good jobs. You're getting a decent salary at you're gonna throw your life or life away. For in this case thirty thousand dollars in cash doesn't make any sense at all. WTMJ's Jeff.
"a dozen years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A dozen years plenty of data from their various assignments they were alerted to their mistake by some cyber security experts who stumbled upon the exposed data, they didn't even know they have been hacked. No one really knows how many others. Who else may have discovered the same unprotected data? At this point though. I mean, you know, some bad guys know, it didn't say anything about it some thieves. So you probably understand now folks your online data is. Not as secure as you would like or as you been led to believe too many data breaches occur accidentally or by theft. Your best option is to secure your own online data with identity theft protection. How do you do that? Lifelock is the answer. It remains the answer. Lifelock has been a sponsor here for going on six years. Can I say that means it means that lifelock is continuing to sign up people at a rate that makes it worthwhile for them to be here. Give it a little inside baseball. The general theory would be that we had turned the audience that is many people in this audience as possible had already become lifelock customers beyond that it would make no sense. But that's not the case a audience is growing by leaps and bounds. In. I mean, it's incredible. Actually, we don't really talk about numbers that much, but it's just mind peak audience in the entire history of programs. So there are new people each and signing up to lifelock in record numbers as well. And it makes sense. Because lifelock is the best identity theft protection. There is they monitor the web twenty four seven for evidence that your online data is in the wrong hands. They have a way of figuring that out. And they let you know if they think it's happened. And you'll confirm what they think they've found or you deny it. And if you deny no that isn't me, you ought to see them get in gear tracking this down. Then they've got a restoration team that they put in contact with you, and they don't stop until this breach of your data is fixed and whatever harm has been rectified. There isn't anybody that does this. Well, there are people that try it. But nobody is in life lock's league. Now, no, one company can prevent all online identity theft, and they don't pretend to but there is nobody that does what lifelock does anywhere near as well as they do it. And it's so inexpensive when you compared.
"a dozen years" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Have you with us. And we're going to let each of our guests introduced themselves now, and we're going to begin with Markelle sallow, Mark a Marcus. I'm a professor of English and communications at Kelly Matt college of Saint Joseph and president and founder of the Pullman national monument, preservation society here on this show for what about a dozen years dozen years. Okay. Doug. I don. I'm Doug Ivan doll, thank you for having the armed, Bruce. I may an attorney in Chicago. Political junkie activists for a long time. And if you're really glutton for punishment. I've got a political website Republican Newswatch dot com where you can see what else I is anyone that you believe who's more of the fan of Donald Trump than yourself. Well, I I know people that were for longer longer but more equally equal. Okay. Derrick. Also giants Dirk. Yeah. Dirk Iraq war veteran NBA candidate depa- graduating this summer, and I just started philosophy digital media marketing, we don't make brands brands better. So hit me up. Yeah. And we met having talion beef sandwich yet, Bruce, and I share a Italian sandwich, which which there's a big debate in Chicago. Which is actually we did not have an Italian beef said we we had we wasn't a time of the Charles Lipson. I'm an America's professor of political science university of Chicago. I write both boot books to help students in this more scholarly books on international politics. I'm also a contributor write op EDS for realclearpolitics and other website. And also when did the Americas the? Year ago? Okay about a year ago. So I could write fulltime which I enjoyed immensely. Gyrating real clear politics posts, one eight hundred seven two three eighty twenty nine is the phone number. Let let me ask the next question. And that is okay. The report is out there. I really don't think too. Many people are going to change their mind, the their loved Trump or they hate Trump. I think the question I asked before to say categorically that no one's going to, you know, either either join the Trump train or jump off it. But I do think that that there's some things in this report that that they give you they they give someone that may be held their nose in voted for Donald Trump. Our reason to say, you know, what I voted for him last time because I hated Hillary Clinton so much and there's going to be a different person to measure that against so again, he could lose votes for that. But my bigger question right now is from from the Democrats. Do you want impeachment Marcus fellow? Yeah. I don't think. So I think strategically it's wiser to to. Have death by thousand cuts there's ongoing investigations and a slow trickle. I think is going to be the strategic plan of the Democrats to just let Trump be a wounded candidate through if you give them impeachment. You're you're handing a gift he's going to rally against that is going to hold it up Dirk Edis yet. No same. I don't think impeachment is the answer. It would run into the election. Anyways into would only polarize the base. I think if the Democrats are really serious about taking taking the executive branch back in its totality. They would rally behind a candidate who the only candidate that's ever been shown in polls to be Donald Trump handily. And it'll be Bernie Sanders. So if they don't derail his his election efforts this time, I think that is the answer to ousting Donald Trump. If that's the motive what is it? But is it wise, then let me just play the devil's advocate here. Elizabeth Warren was the first person to say that she thinks it's time for impeachment because so much of the base wants impeachment. At least this is what some polls have suggested. And that Nancy Pelosi. She represents the establishment that saying, okay, don't do it. Let's do it. This is the fact that she's out there. Does she have the ability maybe to rally, the real hard base of the Democrats? And maybe that's enough to make her stand out. Yes. Actually, you haven't heard much from her for the last couple of weeks until she said, let's let's impeach the guy. Yeah. And that's my inference as to why she she did it. It's I think it's more of a political ploy than actually a political ploy is important, and I get it. I totally get it. I think she's trying to to raise her her harangue in the polling with with that with Charles. What do you think about impeachment? Is it a good idea bad idea? It's it's an treadmill idea from the point of view, the Democrats. But I think that the problem that Nancy Pelosi faces is that she doesn't have real control of the caucus anymore. It's not for events. Now. Just because there's a OC in the e LAN and all these others. Look, they couldn't get a straightforward condemnation of anti semitism by Representative Ilan and. I think it's also that the parties are now much weaker their personal Listrik and individuals can communicate directly to their crowds. I mean, look at A O C. She's she's clearly a con if star even though she's utterly clueless about. Really have much power in the halls of congress. She certainly in the media world, she's got lots, but he's got non, but she has enough power to defeat moderate, non Democrats in Pennsylvania in places like that. Because she's becoming the brand name your your branding guy. What would you say is happening? If you don't mind, my what would you say is happening to the brand of the Democratic Party right now, the Republican party? We know is now the brand brand Donald Trump. That's yet. What about the Democrats? Yeah. I be honest with you. This is why I'm not a democrat. I feel like the brand is being exposed for being essentially playing the same game with the same moves as the opposite side. It's been a political stalemate for almost the entirety of my life. I feel like the polarization of our government has created a a stalemate and nothing is getting done. You know, Doug give I've adult. What do you think of the idea of impeachment? And do you agree as Derek suggested that would be a gift from the Democrats? What what does Donald Trump what are the charges for impeachment against Donald Trump, the best Konami generations more started? Volume two Doug volume two, and the point is there is blood in the water for some Democrats. And I know you don't like them. But again, there's a lot of people in this country that would like to see the president impeached. My question to you is as a Republican operative. Would you do is that a positive thing for me for publicans if the Democrats, yes? It would be outstanding. Republicans have in one forty-nine slates since since Reagan. So I guess we're do I don't I don't think when when push comes to shove. I don't think the Democrats will do it. I think cooler heads will prevail. There probably are enough wackadoo in the in the house who might they might be able to get the votes. But in the Senate, I mean with the trial which. So you would never you would never they would never get along invested that they would never be convicted Republicans could bring in we could bring in Brock Obama and Hillary Clinton to testify under fall along in the short version of areas would be very harmful to the Democrats. And the reason is it squeezes out their capacity to say that we have a positive agenda on six or seven things that American public. Really cares. More about. But what about investigations are investigations as good as impeachment? If if the goal is to just to hang this guy out yada and beat the hell out of him every day you can do that with with investigation. I the whole the whole tables of all turn now. So no-one no-one knows no serious person. The Trump voters or other voters, no serious person is going to pay attention. These Democrats who have been been pushing this phony narrative of Russian collusion for three years. He's people have no the of these people have no integrity anymore. The big investigations now of aro women that that may be that may be true in your Trump world, Doug. But again, if you if you think that the other side has has, you know, fallen over their sword and said, you know, we were wrong about this all I gotta say I got I got three letters for you CNN, watch CNN. It's as if the report hasn't even been released some giving giving giving they'll have nine people up there nine against one when they're discussing it. So it's not going to go away. I frankly think that the American people the ones that live beyond the beltway. I think they're fed up with the story. I I literally think it's a big turnoff. So let me ask my Republicans. Do you believe as the president believes that it's now time to turn the tables and investigate the investigators? Do you think that's a winning hand? Yes. And no it the the what makes it a loser. I think that there. They're two big losers in all of this one is the one that Doug is is laid out which is the people that started. This pushed us to drill a dry hole at great expense. And I think we're going to find out all those people in many of them have legal couple -bility. I think that the media which just dreadful I think that it was not just CNN MSNBC, the New York Times and the Washington Post and other media, basically missed the story didn't do they may have given themselves Pulitzer's, but they missed all of this the crucial thing in the investigation of what I think was really serious illegal actions is that it can. Cannot be retribution at absolutely has to be neutral professional investigators who look in muscle. I do think it's possible. But I will tell you this the Democrats smearing bar, which is absolutely unconscionable in my opinion. Opens the door to another special council, if he can't be trusted then you have to appoint somebody who can be that would be terrible. We don't need. We don't need special counsels at any more special counsels can off of that we have a very we got one of the best legal minds. One of the, you know, the man of most integrity in the legal profession in in in in general bar, and he's going to do this. We've got we've got an inspector general's report coming out next month or maybe June. There is a lot to answer.
"a dozen years" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That's a good good pick their the raiders made. A couple of moves yesterday. They signed Zia crow L to a one year deal. Still not sure what marshawn Lynch is going to do. So they're kind of beefing up their back bail, their two and a half million bucks for one year. And why back Brandon Marshall joined the raiders one year four million, man. Put an interesting team together there. Isaiah Crowell vantera Bertha CT gonna look great on hard knocks. How do they? It's too big of a distraction. Okay. This is the biggest on greater in the. This is who everybody knows Mike Mayock in his first training camp. After being on the NFL network for a dozen years and the NFL films, folks know him forever. And he respects them and may love him. That's just for starters. That's for starters. You know may story right about how he got. It was doing real estate real commercial. He was selling commercial real estate any walked into the sable Mahal or before it was the sable mall at NFL films. Just started talking to Steve about getting into the business. Now looking. So he goes way back with NFL films. And obviously now it's a different Ballack's in terms of whether you want to be in a box with without cameras on you. But they are the only choice. Yeah. I know there's other choices. What the giants the forty Niners. Allot lions. There's just no, no, sir. Not interested. Around the Redskins are the starts setting up the facility new loan. Mr. big, chess alone is the reason to do it. And there are rumored to be taking a quarter. We don't know Jared ours. The starting quarterback next year look as I explained at the end of the last hour about smoke screening. And all of that stuff. The raiders are not using the fourth overall selection. Why are they spending workout time on Kyla Mary? Duane in case. Those guys are available fourth overall. They are doing their due diligence. Under the guise. What will that's the guys of due diligence to get everybody to think that they will take them you need to come to the fourth spot to go get him and also Gruden digs this sort of stuff show. It's his first foray and all of this stuff. I helping care car sleepy's. No. But you Derek Carr being probably being told just everything's fine. And and and also what if Haskins shows up with the Broncos as Peter Schrager? Of good morning football fame. In his mock draft. So let's just say the next quarterback for if the Broncos have it their way. Ten dozen years. Winds up in your division. You've met him kicked the tires on him. You know, what he likes? It isn't like, you know, who's the king of that? Bella check. How many how many quarterbacks is he brought in over the last. They draft a quarterback every year. I know that and how does Tom Brady feel about it? We find out eventually, but every hunky Dory. All right. So speaking of the patriots weird thing yesterday. So Brian Florez defensive coordinator takes job in Miami. They bring in Greg Shana who bill's been tight with for a long time. Rutgers. He was outta hottest state recently to be the defensive coordinator of stress Yano, abruptly resigned. Yesterday, saying I've informed Mr. craft Mr. Belgique, I'm stepping down. This is not a result of any one event. But rather a realization that I need to spend more time on my faith and family. I don't wanna look back years from now. And wish I had done things. What's up with that? He was at the combine. Yeah. Us there at the compound, and I don't think typical of New England he'd not been announced as defensive coordinator, not officially right? I don't think he'd even been officially announced as a patriot. But what came out was a quote from him? And Bella check that he's not doing it. A lot of speculation that bills just going to be the DC himself. Yeah. Man. I mean, it's just here we go. Here we go drama free. No, no, no, no gronk, no left tackle, no defensive coordinator. All true. What's receivers? Really? It's also no problem. No problem. Oh problem. Oh, yeah..
"a dozen years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Giving their approval to a variety of rule changes. None getting more attention than the changes to replace specifically involving pass interference calls or non calls, which is the first we've just come through the era of what's a catch. We may be entering the era of what the penalty ESPN analyst. Jim depaul is spending a dozen years as an NFL supervisor of officials. He joined our NFL live crew, Jim what is the most difficult part for an official when making a pass interference call. Well, Wendy as an official. What you look for is advantage and disadvantage, we were so many different variations of pass it appearance both offense and defensive. So when you talk to your patients to try to tell, you know, watch for specific instances that occur out there. But what you're looking for this one player? Get an advantage disadvantage is really what the officials look for Jim obviously saints fans will like this coaches were in favor of this all ask you this will the officials like this rule change having their subjective calls ultimately subject to review. Well, you know, the thing is is there anything that could help the game. You know, what you wanna do is? Correct. Those correctable errors. You know, if you can get those agreed errors. Fixed. That's that's so important to the officials and the worst thing that can happen. Is that official is you make a mistake. You make a major mistake. It a situation like happened to the championship game. But again getting into a. It was a little situation here that I don't know where does it end at what wait this at the do. They look at everything, you know, the the your grievous errors of the ones that we want to correct. But when you get into the last two minutes in coach and tell you there's so much stuff that happens out there the Bank Bank, please do you look at that. And now if it's bang bang will we normally let it go a week at a call. If that gets the you're just a half a frame before the fall out into pass interference. You know? I like the fact that we're going to do with the reached once my concern is how is it going to affect the game in? How is it gonna pick the four with the game as we move forward with this? Owners bowing to coaches who were unanimous in their desire to have the rule proves owners approved the rules change thirty one to one. It was the Bengals owner Mike Brown who was the dissenting vote. And he says he has no problem being the lone voice of dissension Brown and his father the late. Paul Brown have been against major instant replay since it was adopted in the nineteen seventies stance. Really hasn't changed quote. It interrupts the game changes the character of the game. I just rather play the game Bengals vice president twenty Blackburn saying the Bengals owners have the position just accept it. As part of the game and take the negative off time interruption of flow. There's a natural cadence and rhythm to the game. He says respect that. Because you're never going to be perfect. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio college football. Jalen hurts former Alabama QB now at Oklahoma Wednesday. Chatting for the first time since his transfer says he's aware of what he's jumped into. I'm wiser I'm better. Stronger for everything. So course lasts over over the last three years. I definitely know that. Obviously, I didn't I didn't get the snaps had limited time there. But. I'm at a new place now. Opportunity. Different. I think clearly understood what I got myself into. But I also know that I have specifications for myself. I've always have. I've always been my biggest credit. Always been critical of myself. And I'm a I'm a coach's kid. Betas baker. So I think the. The opposite of all of this is. No. Everybody wants to achieve their goes. Everybody wants to do those things. But right now is is is not about me. He says the whole situation is unique straight ahead who is the NBA MVP. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio..
"a dozen years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Four four Dana. Liberty free will see when I told you last segment. That there are some storms brewing on the horizon. I think as a nation for a couple of generations. Now, we've taken our eye off the ball. We've done a really poor job in teaching our children. How unique how blessed they are live here in this country. Where compared to many places in the world. There is truly there is. No poverty compared to what is taking place in Africa. There's one Republican Africa. They got a million children right now. Literally starving the day. You look at the incubator of socialism that is Venezuela. Headline coming up here. Pretty soon. Venezuela in about a dozen years. I guess. Alexander Zhukov deaths. I guess AFC was right. When she said, we have twelve years left on the planet, right goofball. When she said that a few days ago. Talk about a dozen years for socialism to take down Venezuela. It's a mess right now. Even what's up boys named from VCR when EBC young or hey, that's right or K Ramos who is an American citizen, by the way, you know, that naturalized American citizen whore. Hey Ramos, Mexican reporter. Of renown, and prestige and great, you know, he's won awards all these years. Hor K Rama's the face the voice of these zone. He was spending some time on the streets of Venezuela. Some days back following individuals who are chasing garbage trucks. So that they could eat something we've done a really poor job in our country. Teaching our children the value of being an American and and trying to export this eight. We can't even teach your children. How unique this experience it how blast they are to be American citizens. To exercise liberty in the form of market and capitalist activities, but free will choose their government and pretty soon. I don't know man when I say, they're storms on the horizon. They might choose really bad pretty soon. Okay. Steve. Well, let's do some headlines and.
"a dozen years" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news might soon be easier to understand the cost of medications. Komo's Eric Heintz reports a Bill passed in the state Senate adds transparency at the pharmacy. You won't get the information. When you pick up your medication, but drug companies will give the state of breakdown of the cost the information would be compiled into a yearly report each year. The state will release list of medications that have the largest price increases along with price information. The Bill would require details on the size of the cut taken by middlemen including insurance companies and about which drugs contribute. Most to insurance premiums. The Bill is now on the way to the house for a vote. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Do you have plans this weekend? Here's a good excuse to grab a beer. Komo's Brian Calvert. With more on a special invite from the states craft brewers. How big is craft beer in Washington. We've had a forty breweries that year over the last half dozen years. We're still adding a brewery on every well day, Eric Radovich, head of the Washington beer commission. Invite you to their annual Washington. Craft beer open house on Saturday. This is really a great. Look buckling. The date four hundred brewery, special tours will be offered and you may even get the opportunity to try a beer that hasn't yet been released to the general public and for sure you'll get to meet those Rockstars who make Washington beer. You know, the brewers are enthusiastic. They're kind of like Dr. No special ticket required. Simply find a brewery near you participating in tomorrow's Washington bureau. Pain house at Washington bureau dot com. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Sports update. Coming up next. Komo news time nine thirty nine..
"a dozen years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So Abby you were. I mean, you're a two time Olympic gold medalist or women's World Cup champion. Fever world player of the year. On times one list of one hundred influential people praised by President Obama at the White House. Your book that you publish when she comes at two in the last dozen years two thousand sixteen is called forward and. And there's a line in there where you're describing just like two weeks after your retirement, which was just the height of being celebrated and you have a sentence in there. You're speaking to yourself. You are barely brave enough to leave your hotel room. Yep. You know, when you spend over a decade in a spotlight in one way or another. Our national team gained popularity nine hundred ninety nine when our team won the World Cup and brainy Chastain ripped off her jersey. I wasn't on the team then, but I got there a few years later. Couple Olympic gold medals and then finish off my career winning the World Cup in two thousand fifteen and I retired a few months later and so. You have certain levels. I had certain levels inside of me that I could go train, and I can compartmentalize the fame. I always said that we had like a perfect amount of fame on the women's national team because it was not like a celebrity where people were following us with cameras, we were revered and respected, and the downside is we we didn't get paid enough to deal with it. It'd be like, you know, we could have gotten paid more. But then maybe if we got paid more we would have been too famous. But I just remember that time being so exhausted. A couple of weeks after my retirement, I was going on kind of a media tour after the whole thing, and I just felt like for once in my life, and I was really struggling at the time. I was like really deep into my own addiction, and I was really living a hidden life behind that hotel room door because I was traveling all the time. And I just remember feeling like if people only knew that actually I am terrified to walk outside of this hotel room. And somehow I was able to do it somehow I was able to survive my agent still can't believe that the amount of travelling. I had to do during that time that I was able to stand up and knowing how I was feeling after I turned in the manuscript of this book. Here's like, I didn't know you're feeling any stuff, you know, and. And you're out there making presentations and being received as a role model and a mentor. And so that for me, that's what the irony was was. I was internally feeling so scared and lost. When you have created this identity. I had this identity of myself as a soccer player. And now, this identity was being completely shifted. And I didn't know what the hell to do. I found myself on a on a stage months after my retirement next to Kobe Bryant and Peyton Manning. They were giving me this icon award. ESPN right. Yeah. For the Espy's. And I was so happy to be there in grateful and everything and as we turned and walked off stage. I kind of looked at both of those guys. And I thought well all three of us are walking in a very different retirements and. That will be clear like the way you described that is that they they were walking away with fortunes course, and you your life of hustling was just beginning. Yeah. And I think that that for me. That's when the rage started to like come to the surface, and yeah, courage, courage. So he's got rage in it. I'm Krista.
"a dozen years" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"They draw offsides. He knows immediately. I'm taking a shot mealy. He knew that. I'm throwing the ball downfield to somebody. And then all is alignment after the catch. They're running down. They want to spike the ball. He's like guys chill. There's a penalty. We don't need to run. You don't need to spike it like there's a flag that clock is stopped. And then even when the patriots really flooded the end zone. With sixteen seconds left. He was like, you know, what I'm not taking any chances throwing the ball underneath. I'm not trying to force it in the end zone. I'll throw it away our kickers gonna make it from here. I just think it gets lost in in his physical ability. But those little things the presence of mind and all those things as well. As just how he conducts himself like he really is the real deal in every way. They the NFL dozen years. And there's no there's no question about it and the NFL chief's fan should be super excited because he what I so he made that one start in two thousand seventeen on the road against Denver. And it's funny that you bring up the offsides in that lasts drive because in that start within his first series. It's his first start on the road against Denver. It's this first third and long. It's the first series. He hard counts, and he gets Denver to jump off sides. It's not defected. He throws the ball. Downfield is good. But this is what I take away from that moment the Denver game. And it happened again in that lasts drive that when he hard counts any sees the ball snapped go back and look at his head the first thing he does is he turns to the side judge and just to confirm got the plaque. He. Doesn't guess 'cause we we see it. Right. They missed flex he confirms. Okay. I see the flags grown. And that's when he goes into tack like the split second awareness of him going. I got my bag now I can go be aggressive and not just be reckless with the football. Oh, I thought of us all sides to me, that's those special little almost uncoached uable things in a way where you go. This guy is not a rookie. This guy's not in a second year seventeenth eighteenth cert-. This kid is special, and it's speaks to that non physical stuff that he does have. And that's one of the things that I've in so many raved about a mole year is it makes incredible throws and all that. And I I keep calling. He's playing quarterback. He's he's not just as physical freak. He's changing protections in moving coverage in looking kickoff and an understanding situational. Football. And for that reason. And then you take the the once in a generation athlete an arm that he has and you go no now you look at the chiefs ago, you guys were brilliant brilliant to trade up for him. Last question, Dan. And I just want your your initial thoughts on the Super Bowl. So it's patriots. It's rams. What do you think are the two or three keys or what's the most interesting aspect of this game to you? Oh, certainly the patriot offensive line versus the Rams defensive line that the patriots offensive line as become the most dominant unit in football. I mean, they've ran the ball more in the postseason, and they have under Bella checks for the yards in the most touchdowns. So that matchup will be really important against the ram defense that we knew Donahue is really good. And we knew rockers is a good piece at Fowler's come on. But the fact that consumers has become what everyone thought he was really his best to game stretch in the last four or five years that matchup will be fascinating. Because they'll check and okay..