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"awa" Discussed on F**ks Given
"Then you can feel more safe that they're actually going to be able to deal with something that might come up. You go into you know emotional flashbacks or become regulated. But you need that first. Safe person to actually unburden now. A lot of my clients will do that with journaling and just to kind of get things out objectively but it helps to have someone who's there to support you in this journey of healing now. I the reason. I'm stressing a trauma. Trained as opposed to just your average therapists. Although there are gifted people all over the world you don't end up in a situation where you're just in talk therapy. You wanna beat in solution. Yeah talking is a part of it. You unburden you get a new perspective. You learn things that you're younger mind couldn't process that your adult mind can so that your inner child or inner teenager can kind of grow up in come into your adult mentality. But you don't want to be stuck in a cycle where all you do is just repeat the stories because that is not helpful. Thank you for thoughtless Really helpful because it it really is that physical thing like regardless how much talk about it is still like. And that's what i'm experiencing like over the past year That it's like you feel kind of what do you say Sometimes just a pathak in our lethargic and dislikes very nominees stock. Because you feel that this this energy. Because i remember i told my i told my mom like a year ago and this happened many as far I was just carrying it fears. Because i i was so busy with other things and other stuff that was going on that we didn't connect to at all And i told my mom Like a year ago and then we spoke about it after a therapy session. That had an. I went into full like panic attack shaking and now because i've experienced so many panic attacks in my life i kind of i felt you know my mom was obviously felt safe to let it out but it was interesting off that because it was literally all that energy that i've just been carrying fleas that came out and like the screens on just this kind of i literally viewed myself as like a little child. I was terrified and then off so that kind of release and detrick release. I felt such shift that i haven't had from just talking about it. You know actually letting it out of my body and and that's very common with people who are trauma survivors when we've got complex. Ptsd you might get triggered. You might unburden. It could send you into any number of things and either being completely frozen panic attacks like you described rage anxiety depression but what you bring up about. The body is really important for anyone who's experienced or even witnessed trauma. We know that the body holds it like our brain and our tissues store that traumatic energy if we didn't to process it and if we didn't get to it's like so many of us talk about if you see gazelle your washing watching the discovery channel. Ucla gazelle get attacked. Sometimes they'll play dead and as soon as the the lion. Let's go they'll get up they'll shake it off and they'll run away and then the camera will see them five hours later just grazing and drinking and so we human beings don't often do that. We get locked in the stress response. We don't shake it off. So there's this wonderful work out in the world from steven porges. Who created the polly bagel theory and he identified that we can get trapped in a trauma response so if we don't process it verbally or with compassionate caregiver who can scoop us and say. I'm so sorry that this happened. I believe you like that's part of helping to regulate the nervous system so that we can feel safe if we don't have that or were trapped in our body because maybe we were immobilized in. We didn't get to fight back. We didn't get to run away. We need to get rid of that. That charge in the body so that can experience what always felt that sense of like complete release. Maybe a bit of exhaustion. But like you said a major shift. So that that that body oriented psychotherapy is a huge part of trauma recovery. How how'd you get to that point. Is that like is what what. What's the path to get to a point where you can really let go having safe therapeutic environment so you can do this in some group. Therapy formats If if you can't see therapist alone. But ideally i mean. It's hard with lockdown. Yeah you can do some of this with skype and zoom sessions. But ideally you'd be in a therapist office where you can feel safe. You might even have cushions on the floor so that if you do find yourself in that acting out or the that physical expression of the trauma you're in a safe place and then they can bring you back into safety and regulation. It's kind of hard if you if you are on that spectrum of complex. Ptsd where it's not. Just you know the slight memories. It's like overtaking your nervous system then it's ideal for you to to be with a therapist physically so when you feel. Do you think like when you come back to kind of feeling safe within your body. I think meditation and like yoga has been really pick for me and also just like being out in nature like a one of the most entertaining things in my life is looking at the trees looking at how the leaves move by. How do you what. What are there any like fun to make sex fun again. Are there any practices when you feel safe again. Like what are you what can you do. What can you explore. if that's just by yourself without having a partner like how you get back to that kind of fun stage joy. you're you're already. they're just having that openness and curiosity to look at sex as hey. What if this were fun. Yeah so a lot of the things i write about is self pledging. It's not with the objective of achieving orgasm. But it's instead let me touch my body in different ways with different pressures in different intensities and different textures to see what turns me on what happens in my mind because a lot of the whole sexual response is a brain body mind response. You can't just separate one from from the whole thing so bringing that playfulness first for yourself. Maybe that involves using toy like a vibrator or something else before you even interact with another person is if you can start to feel comfortable with yourself playing with yourself. You will be more likely to tell your partner. What fun playful minks. You want to do a really related to what you said about Just going outside and looking at the trees and the flowers like that was something at the beginning of lockdown. I didn't leave my house for six weeks. Yeah and then. As soon as i start getting outside and just seeing the flowers and the trees it really engaged me again with life..
No Bridge in Sight for Biden Infrastructure Plan
"House has made concessions on its massive infrastructure plan. Though President Biden and Republican senators remain far apart. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports on the offer that produces money for roads, bridges and other projects. Biden administration has cut the overall price tag of its infrastructure package to $1.7 Trillion about $500 billion less than AWAS. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the new numbers more closely aligned with Senate Republicans requests. In our view, this is the art I should say of seeking common ground. Proposal exhibits a willingness to come down in size. We'll also staying firm in areas that are most vital to rebuilding our infrastructure and industries of the future. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has said Republicans could support a package up to $800 billion. He also says Biden's plan to roll back Trump era tax cuts is where Republicans draw the line.
"awa" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"It to me. And then i heard bad things about clubhouse sounds like okay. Do i want to invest in this. I might still get it. I mean it's a new thing for people but yeah i mean wherever he could find. Whatever makes you happy in lousy to have fun with just being open. And also that with your business which i'm very excited that grow when you mentioned having commute guidelines because i was thinking we'll have you gun the crater fund. Sincere past one hundred thousand You get violations. I bet that probably heard chance to gain a lot of money. Off of the for tiktok directly. Yeah what actually heard that. The new application further critter front is like one hundred thousand dollars before. It used to be ten ten k. Followers so i was in the creator fund for awhile and then i got a lot of community guideline violations just for speaking about It's mainly Videos but a lot of people will go flag those videos if they disagree so they come up as a violation would a king that they hope. I hope they work out in the algorithm. Because i really suck and now i'm permanently banned so i make most of my money now from sponsorships or if i link you know to like I'm trying to start youtube soon. And i used to when i was younger. Like kinda mentioned so. I can still get monetize. Their but that's basically how i make money now instead of the creator fund thorough exam. You you too early. No i mean unless they're doing some some things that tiktok as otherwise..
"awa" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Okay let's clothing 'cause like that's the mindset of a lot of people that's fine if that's what you wanna do but i just kinda don't don't want that attention no you shouldn't have to but i mean that just like i can't figure out how i can even get way from these types of videos up on my free. I've even been told you. I should like your comment. Work related things that you. I wanna see ya those saints videos still come back around so i just feel like i'm on that i can avoid them but gun back to at least with the content you made and now that i mean definitely i mean. I've seen videos where you're responding early stocking about the negative I'm sure he also received a lot of positive reception as well. 'cause i mean there are a lot of people even if it's hard to believe because it's easy to get swept up in negative be especially on There's kate mobs rewards. Racism are because i have a black powerhouse beautiful woman Earnings so much to me. And but i don't wanna have to butter through Because i know. I've seen disrobed looking from a distance. I've seen what happens when i even like hallion ascribe it but i've seen mixed race couples or mixed race friendships. Get a live comments. Saying why are you with this person why you must be a slave lake. Yeah so yeah. I definitely think that like you should like if she wants to be on tiktok or she doesn't it's going to be. She tells me no. Because it isn't like i don't even it is hard. It is really hard. And i try really hard to focus on the positive comment but i think to be honest. Won't be one hundred percent. It's the reason that the negative comments get to me so much because at some of them are things that i think about myself so and i'm trying to get away from and i feel like i have to justify not thinking that things will respond to be like no. These are all the reasons why this is. This is false. I against the habit of not having to prove myself to others and just let them like comment what they want. And i'm really just trying to get to the point where i don't any energy into responding at all unless it's like a blatant lie. That's out there because Their perception should not matter. I mean it's just really. I've never gone on the internet and just looks more like the worst they've ever gotten on in their life. She's not me like i. just don't get it. Some people think it's fun than others. They wanna make a point is am amaze. See i see a lot of video saying that wind. Black people shouldn't be together as yeah. I mean i. i can't change. The i. Don't i don't think you is. Maybe it is possible to make a have people see things differently. I i don't really know. So i just try to left up in a smile. Those who really matter but for you like what do you do to. You mentioned the something you're going through. What do you do to kind of keep yourself happy like when you get bombarded with that or when that tries to stop you from having fun online that to talk. Yeah i think a lot of the videos like before. I decided to like to nine. Eleven discourse videos made those videos that i was like hey. I don't think this should be this way. Like i be like my white friends are really pissing off today. All this stuff happened and those are valid concerns..
"awa" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Those also took off and some those would be on. And what which you know that. That's why i see on my for you. Page a lot of negative stuff because that also tends to trend and that up puts some people Here that some tiktokers. They were struggling the video so they pose negative stuff another big again. And i don't really want to go down that path but that's sort of an interesting obstacle to tackle when you want to provide the comedy do and the around the things that you want to avoid. Yeah absolutely. i think that's kind of what. I was hitting on when i said i wanted to stay away from discourse tiktok because it is just negatively and people like all that tiktok is it has so much less to do about the algorithm and warm up the people who watch that and and just human nature general for one. We have very short attention. Spans an inherently. Just because you know if you look back. I think i learned the sociology class. That was basically saying that. Human nature like gossiping Is evolutionary trait because we it was like a social skill that we have to learn for survival. It's all it's just these little things that we've picked up in like negativity always breathe. Because i think in like a lot of us are insecure and so you can like project on someone else even for a second. Take tension album you then. That's something that you're going to do And that's why these videos do so wells because they're playing our short attention spans and our need to kind of critique each other all the time and i just don't want to be a part of that i just don't wanna i don't wanna encourage it anymore. It's hard because on. She heard something you no. Don't worry don't worry. It's hard because that does get a lot of us going negative like you know but i just want to create content. That's like very first of all. I want my content. I'm really not proud of it at its current moment. I know. I'm not putting my all into it and i wanna get to the point. Where like i'm editing. these really. it looks like it's high quality took some time and effort and jump cuts in all these different things. So yeah i don't know i mean it's very common also for con crater to feel like they're not put their best like they'll put a time when i look listen back well not not really listen back there. Lake i listened to my current podcasts uploads versus one i start out like jesus. I started like that. Is that a lot of things going against the i didn't have any co host. I didn't even have a direction and the seeing now versus then there. It's a completely different thing..
"awa" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"So there's another. Yeah three minute videos. Very interesting concept have talk. That's how i found you on. Tiktok then i mean like post on there. Yes well yeah. Mostly i do i because On my podcast funds plus i. I'm on different social media platforms facebook. Instagram tiktok And i'll pose lake little video clips of the podcasts such as this they'll be or duets or stitches. Anything else but it. I mean i i see that because you've talked about marketing and i see that as sort of a way to get teasers because i know that people when they want to for people who look at khan craters they like that seven or at least a minute or less than a minute. Grab like the quick attention grad. So i find a c- a at least a somewhere between thirty seconds or less than thirty seconds Up to minute. Long of a discussion or clip. That i think this is a good teaser for people. This is interesting. I want to find out more this. This is a funny quote by one new share or not share. Check it out then. Of course that that's kind of the strategy have regarding tiktok but otherwise you people around there. Yeah no that's amazing strategy to have actually because the algorithm works on like they have like four I guess factors in which they rate video to show on the page and one of the biggest wines is watch time so like you mentioned thirty seconds or less. that's really really important because if the watch time loops. Let's say a seven video in the what china's ten you're gonna show up on everyone's for you pay to continuously pushed video out so if you do look at stitch they get someone engaged through like the first seven seconds and you talk about whatever that increases your watch time like yeah that that's a really really good strategy in a good way to go about it as that worked for you like. Have you done a for your business. Like did a seven c warrior. Less than a minute long teaser. The first video of mind that ever went viral was me going to a wendy's being like i just don't know forever anything again. I'm just really depressed. Like the wendy's driver was like man. This is a wendy's and i was like. Oh okay sorry. Lee and avenue. I think was seven seconds long and i had no idea that like i had. That was the dumbest video. I've ever posted. I tried before but it was just the watch so like yeah i to a lot of different Metrics on different platforms. Because it works. I mean i guess the other thing is a time of day or whether or not cause the algorithm and this feels so weird. How a video will have the trending tags. Were the right tags posted on the right day and then it doesn't take on. You'll have a video where it is seven seconds or it's thirty seconds or it's two seconds. There's no tags whatsoever. It may or may not even be related to a popular. They popular music a choice. And that will be trending for days of years or not years while the other thing. And i don't mean to keep trying because this is what people have with tiktok when they talked about what what really works takes off on tiktok and a lot of the videos that i have stents. Duetted responded to that related controversy..
"awa" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"I just Mark you and your guys well done again reminds me that there's a YouTube channel called jelle's marble run where you watch it and it has this unexpected level of organization, but it's actually more impressive to me. What about the AWA is doing than jelle's marble run because there's a lot of people involved this logistical it's organizing people and hurting people around and I just the the organization of how they do it. I can't imagine having a bunch of teams and watch people and it looks genuinely funny makes me like I want can I come play? Hey Mark. Can I come play any game like be a guest star? I don't know. I would love to play in a game and I just you know, it's not for everybody. I think it's very very cool. My fiance did not enjoy it the same way I did but I they have like a they sent me a bunch of videos. I have like a Top ten plays they have a video a video to like they're most exciting game. So it's just stuff out there go find their content. It's just fun and entertaining and if you like baseball at all, it's just crazy like kind of Novel and fun and I had a good time and I I'm not just saying this because Mark and I talked about it. I looked at Marcus doing like this is cool. It deserves some recognition in some respects own go find the AWA Wiffleball YouTube channel or their Tick Tock is like pop and it's huge and I have been very very anti Tick Tock for a long long time. And then I realized we had Tick Tock is like way better than to it. I hate Twitter with a passion and I hated Tik-Tok till I realized every time I watch Tick Tock it makes me happy. So I mean that you cannot no matter what age Tik Tok makes me feel very good have a good time. And so does the AWA American waffle Association go look it up. It's a good time and Mark again you guys everyone they're dead. The logistics you guys must have dealt with to make content put stuff on YouTube the editing the having people to play in games at all. I just blown away. I could never put together something like that. It's a big undertaking you made a whole league very very well done Mark and everyone there the AWA you guys are awesome. If you ever want a guest player, I'll come play..
Federal prisoner Brandon Bernard executed despite pleas from celebrities, jurors
"Administration carried out its ninth federal execution of the year. Last night. Last minute clemency pleas for Brandon Bernard were rejected celebrities and a former U. S prosecutor had taken up his cause. George Hale from member station. W F I U has more fans flooded Donald Trump's Twitter account for a week after Kim Kardashian West asked for help trying to save Bernard's life. But late Thursday it was the mother of a murdered youth minister of plotting the president's decision to let the execution go forward. The family have Todd Bagley would like to thank President Donald J. Trump. Attorney General William H. Bar and the Department of Justice. Todd and his wife, Stacy, were visiting Texas in 1999 when a group of young men kidnapped them, hoping to empty their bank accounts. Hours later, the couple was locked in the trunk of their car when the gang's ringleader fatally shot them. Both. Bernard was a low ranking member of the gang and followed orders to set the car on fire. Federal officials executed shooter, Christopher V. Alva in September. They also moved to set an execution date for Bernard. Supporters of Bernard insist he had no idea the all the planned to shoot anyone. He was also only 18 at the time. That wasn't part of the original kidnapping. But prosecutors managed to convince a mostly white jury to send us both young black men to death. The majority of surviving jurors later changed their minds about Bernard. So did Angela Moore, a former U. S prosecutor who helped defeat Bernard's appeal. Mr Bernard was not planning on any kidnapping or killing to happen. Mr Real of Awas More wrote in an op ed in the Indianapolis star detailing her objections to Bernard's execution. That's when Kim Kardashian West got involved tweeting the essay to her nearly 70 million followers. Trump listens to West before he once hosted her in the White House alongside prisoners he had granted clemency. The Stars Support offered rare hope to an inmate scheduled to die under a Supreme Court stacked with death penalty supporters. Hours before the execution, Bernard's defense, added attorneys and Trump backers Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to the team. They sought a 14 day stay to review the case. But any hope of Trump intervening, faded late Thursday. As prison officials gathered witnesses and the execution went forward Kardashian West took to Twitter soon after our system is so eft up, she said. The next federal execution is set for tonight. For NPR News. I'm George Hale and Terra Haute, Indiana.
Gender Discrimination and Harassment at Sea
"Now if the mosaic expedition sounds familiar to you, it might be because back in December we aired two episodes on the research being done. But today we're turning away from the research and focusing on Chelsea's reporting. The Mosaic Expedition Gender Discrimination and harassment and how they're an all too common reality for many field scientists. I'm Maddie Safai and this a shortwave from NPR. So on October eighth a few weeks. Into the mission a meeting was called and it was led by this communications manager, with Awa, the German institute kind of spearheading the mission like who was there and what was that meeting about. Right. So that meeting was held by Katharina Vice Tweeter who was a Manager and she held that meeting with all of the journalists who were on board the ship at that time, and so at that point, there were four of us all women, and so we all sat down and she kind of told us. I want to just clarify. The rules of the new dress code that was announced yesterday at the General Meeting, and then she went on to tell us you know this is a safety issue and there are a lot of men on board this ship and some of them are going to be on this ship for months at a time, and this is a safety issue something that needs to be taken seriously and so. I should say she did not come out and say we are concerned that. Men On this shipper going to harass you or assault you if you dress a certain way so but it was heavily implied by this. Multiple Times telling us there are many men on board the ship and you need to not wear tight fitting clothing or revealing clothing. Yeah. Yeah I mean, what did you take from that? Like when you walked away from that meeting what did you take from them? Well what we took from. It was that there was a risk of harassment or something worse. You know if we didn't dress more modestly on board the ship. And, we really were alarmed by this because we started wondering. If. There had been some incidents that had prompted the change in the rules and what was this bit about a safety issue was there some threat to the safety of the women on board and what? Exactly? was that threat and so we were you know, of course irritated. By by implication that we should have to change the way we dress because there are a lot of men on board the ship, but we were also alarmed. Yeah I, mean when you wrote about the dress code meeting, you noted that it came after some problems with harassment that had already sort of percolated on the ship. That's correct. Although at the time we actually were not aware of that. So as I reported the story that that came out in my reporting later, there had been a an incident in which some women on board the ship reported to the cruise leader that that they had been harassed by men on board the ship, and then you know there was a meeting, it was brought to the captain and the men were prohibited from further contact with those participants and and it was never made widely known. Anybody else on board that ship that there had been an incident like this And so nobody knew about this at the time, the dress code was announced. So you know we all Kinda had this suspicion about a safety. What exactly does that mean? was there some incident but I did not find out that any incident had occurred until much later. And this wasn't the only incident of gender-based discrimination while you were aboard. Right you wrote that the dress code kind of became a symbol of these inequities, but there was other stuff going on to. That's correct. So there was the harassment incident that occurred shortly before the dress code was enacted, and then later on, there was an incident in which. A group of Were kind of called together. Asked to volunteer basically to participate in a work assignment and the work incitement involved a helicopter ride over to. The Polar Stern, which was the main research vessel participating the expedition and. Helping to unload a bunch of boxes and supplies and that sort of thing and so. The group volunteered for this work assignment, originally consisted of both men and women and then later on the cruise leader removed the to women participants from that assignment and replace them with men and I'm told that this event also sparked a lot of resentment among the women who were familiar with the incident, and so you know I asked crews leader later about this incident and he said that he did this to comply with a German law that dictates How much men are allowed to lift on work assignments versus women are allowed to lift on work assignments but it was a little odd because he sent me the law and I looked at over and the way he described the work assignment and the amount of weight that was going to be distributed among the people participating those weights should have actually exceeded the weight limits for both men and women. So I could not get really a clear justification on why only women were removed from that work assignment and again people who are involved with that situation or who were familiar with that situation we're upset by that as well. Yeah. I mean, Chelsea, this isn't just the mosaic right in your reporting. You discussed a twenty eighteen study by the National Science Foundation about the prevalence of sexual harassment and you noted according to the study the. Two biggest predictors are settings where they're more men than women and I'm quoting environments that suggest a tolerance for bad behaviour I mean is this the situation that you saw when you were reporting on the Mosaic Mission? Right? So I spoke with various experts on a gender and policy in field science and in polar science and they all kind of pointed to leadership on these expeditions. That's really a primary factor in kind of environment. Is it going to be you know for the women participating in these expeditions and so it's really important from what I've been told by these experts to have a leadership that is prepared to deal with issues of sexual harassment or discrimination. If they should come up leadership that's trained to deal with these kinds of issues that's train to prevent these kinds of issues from coming up in the first place. Leadership, that sets very clear rules and boundaries at the start of an expedition for what will be tolerated and what will not be tolerated and I think that really does speak to what went wrong on academic fed off. You know there was a dress code that was enacted midway through the cruise. It was a surprise to everybody it was communicated in a really kind of vague and distressing an alarming way. Harassment incident that arose that was kind of it'd be swept under the rug a little bit at the time may or may not have influenced the dress code. So. Yes. I think this really all speaks to kind of a lack of preparation to prevent these kinds of issues arising in the first place and from dealing with them in the proper ways when they do arise. Yeah. Yeah and you know Chelsea I'm wondering what is the response to your piece? Ben So far since you wrote. The response to the peace has been mainly very positive so far. So I've heard from a lot of scientists researchers both in polar science and in other fields. Who have been very supportive and who have said you know this is an issue that happens all the time that's very common but that needs to be talked about more and so you know it's very important to kind of bring these issues into the light and. It has been. It's it's not been great to hear that there are so many other people who have had similar experiences. You know that's that's disappointing and distressing to hear but you know. But a lot of people have said you know this, this is very common and it's good that we're starting to talk about this more do. Yeah. I mean you mentioned Chelsea some moments of solidarity from the participants aboard the most recent being this unified statement responding to your article signed by the large majority of Grad, students on board. Did this. You know inspire any hope for you about the future of the this type of field research. It did absolutely, it did that statement basically said that it was disappointing to see rules and policies on board. The ship that might imply that women should have to change the way they dress to manage the behavior of men or policies that might limit women's involvement in fieldwork, and so you know the students know in their statement that they were. You know grateful for. The opportunity to go on the expedition into work with leading polar scientists in the field. But this was something that that was not acceptable to them and you know it wasn't courage to read that statement and to just kind of see the interest in the concern about these kinds of issues from you know what's going to be the next generation of polar scientists and I do think that this is something that will hopefully Garner a little bit more attention inspire some change in the future.
"awa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"What's The household ratings words during the Monday night wars the actual Monday, night wars. This is a show that people watch together with people that either you know if you're watching with your mom, you're probably not interesting because I mean if she was the household numbers would be the same for like raw smackdown or whatever. These are people that are casual fans that are watching with a hardcore fan and if the quality of the show. Continues to improve with the in rain and you attract more of those viewers. They tell their friends I mean in the long run you know the cream rises to the top quality wrestling shows should grow in the ratings. But at the very beginning if all of a sudden, the forbidden door was open tomorrow exte- I figured what do largely the same Wednesday as they would do if the forbidden door was not open at the beginning. I think that's absolutely absolutely the case and I think there are benefits AWA new working with each other I think there are benefits to them staying apart and it is going to be incredible banter and and fun for people to speculate about until time that it either happens or there's some sort of decree.
Your Biggest Hair Dilemmas, Solved With Herbal Essences Spokesperson Bridget Brager
"Yeah. So well, it is the fall now bridget and I feel like our facebook chat room like when we were talking about hair to some of our listeners in there there was a lot of discussion just about like resetting for fall and there was a lot of questions about like these common like dilemmas that we kind of are faced with when we finally take our hair out of. A top not in September and we're looking at her hair condition. So let's get started. We wanted to tackle some of those challenges with you today. So the first one is frizz which I think you know a lot of people can relate to and so first of all, why does it happen and then what is it about like certain hair types being more prone to Frizz than others? Heroines really for us as it becomes more damage and the more damaged hair becomes the more access lunch. So it really sucks up the moisture air the humanity, and that causes the hair shafts swell inching of stand on in and that's Frizz generap. FRIZZ. It's super important to us singer nourishing and moisturizing so that it acts as a barrier which mean he elements in your share mean my hair using residents it's and it's fine by color treatment hair less damage. But for for women with curly hair as their share begins to Pearl, the cuticle lists a little bit national thing happened. So they're from those with Philly hair owned friends. So it's all about really driving moisture into the hair own on keeping minutes. From. Okay. So we're GONNA talk about some hacks, but I like, what's a product that you're loving right now to reduce says I'm a firm believer that you using rations in commissioners is critical. It lays the foundation for your best hairstyle AWA- founder the red carpet fascination in that kind of where it starts in the shower. My absolute. Champion conditioner is the Herbal Essences Allah and Chin Selection. In sulfate free, Aloe is Subaru Charities Alice full of vitamins that by essential moisture is also super good for your scalp. We want to take into consideration how we treat our ourself just like we think about our skin face now it's at. Really interconnected and what about the the temperature of the water because I've heard that if it's hot like if it's too hot, that can bring on the phrase. Is kind of something I always recommend my clients before we are doing on the red carpet just do water minutes after conditioning your hair as cold as it can go right as you can get. The always do that in the salon I'm like, Whoa. The difference right especially after caller you know after you've gotten your done they don't WanNa fit hot water in because the molecule we'll just slip right out and they're doing we're doing everything close you. So that's the basically the number one takeaway here bridget that I'm hearing is like with Frizz it's all about creating that barrier. So that's why the shampoo and conditioner are so important because it's GonNa be closing that cuticle down so you don't get that moisture seeping and I, guess I'm a big Fan of these rapid dry hair towels now I don't know. If I'm using the right but I've heard an they often claim that they prevent for as you think that's the case I do. So the micro fiber towels or Subaru gentle in the way that our traditional cotton towels are not cotton it's six up right and it catches the hair and it can fool they won the hair and also handed can can kind of go right in between where you're cuticle doesn't notice it wants to slap opener lay down or with a minor fiber towel you can get in there with it. Super Gentle on the hair. And it really lays everything down nicely absorbed so much water today were I actually just. Photo unused micro fiber I'll sorry Mike each. My dog then he's little else and I need to try them clicking like why not this rabbit rabbit in as it was really funny but they work they are not again back is something I believe that you're going you WanNa take your regiments the next level as something that will Okay. Okay.
Russian opposition leader, in coma after suspected poisoning, arrives in Berlin
"Poisoning has now been moved to a hospital in Berlin. Alexey Navalny arrived overnight transferred from a Siberian hospital because Biz AWA German organizer who helped orchestrate the transfer, says the Putin dissident may suffer permanent mental consequences. It's interesting condition. The most important thing is that he's stable after the flight, but this doesn't mean anything for the future. Meanwhile, Russian doctors say there is no evidence of any poisoning. Espionage charges have been filed against a former army green
Third High School In One Metro Atlanta County Is Closing After Coronavirus Outbreak
"County School system announces another high school closing because of the Corona virus. The number of positive cases a creek view is now up to 25 500 of its students are under quarantine as a precaution. That's about 28% of in person students. As a result, the high school building will be closed through August 30 1st for a deep cleaning cleaning all all all students students students will will will move move move to to to virtual virtual virtual Learning Learning Learning Creek Creek Creek View View View is is is the the the third third third Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee High High High School School School to to to temporarily temporarily temporarily closed closed closed due due due to to to the the the virus virus virus following following following Ed Ed Ed Awa Awa Awa and and and Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock high high high schools. schools. schools. Cyril Cyril Castro, Castro, 95.5, 95.5, WSB WSB
Cherokee closes 3rd high school as 500 students quarantined for COVID-19
"School system announces 1/3 high school closing because of the Corona virus. The number of positive cases a creek view is now up to 25 500 of its students are under quarantine as a precaution. That's about 28% of in person students. As a result, the high school building will be closed through August 30 1st for a deep deep cleaning cleaning cleaning all all all all students students students students will will will will move move move move to to to to virtual virtual virtual virtual Learning Learning Learning Learning Creek Creek Creek Creek View View View View is is is is the the the the third third third third Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee High High High High School School School School to to to to temporarily temporarily temporarily temporarily closed closed closed closed due due due due to to to to the the the the virus, virus, virus, virus, following following following following Ed Ed Ed Ed Awa Awa Awa Awa and and and and Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock High High High High School's School's School's School's Cheryl
Georgia's Cherokee County closes third high school for COVID-19 concerns
"The third Cherokee Height County High school to temporarily close over covert 19 case is already closed earlier this last week at AWA and Woodstock High School. Here's a video packed gathering of University of North Georgia students at a party on the day before school starts. Video, which has gone viral shows a huge gathering near the campus in Dillon Agha, with very few people wearing masks. The governor's
Control limits free next-gen upgrades to its new $40 Ultimate Edition
"Like many other recent and upcoming titles remedy entertainment's control. We'll have a free upgrade option for next GEN consoles. There's a catch though players who've already purchased control for playstation four or xbox one won't be eligible as the upgrade is only being introduced for folks who purchase control ultimate edition next month. Announced Today control ultimate edition will be the first. Will I be released on? Pc via steam on twenty seven Prince's control was originally epoch PC's clues and then a deluxe purchase on epic ps four and Xbox one on September tenth the steam release will coincide with the launch of Awa the second and final expansion for control. Four thirty nine ninety nine, the ultimate edition will include the base game both expansions and the expansions ex I'm sorry and the expedition's mode plus all the other post launch content four control. It's good value for those who haven't played it yet. But for those who've already bought control encouraging councils, that's a high asking price for the upgrade to playstation fiber xbox series X. At least we've got a better idea of Wendy, expect those upgraded next Gen. versions of Control. The digital and physical versions won't ship simultaneously quote due to various production related reasons related to the global pandemic a but publisher five Oh five games expect to launch PS five, an xbox series x versions digitally at the end of two thousand twenty physical versions for current Jin will also ship in late twenty twenty followed by next. Gen. Physical Copies early twenty, twenty one. There's also no mention made of Microsoft's smart delivery system for the next year upgrades, which also syncs up the achievements and progress across xbox consoles for players it's possible to control use a similar work around for both the playstation five, an xbox series, x upgrades. Lot of information there Gary but the main takeaway is that there you have to buy the game again if you WanNa, be able to upgrade it to your place five or xbox series
Bill Belichick issues statement on passing of Don Shula
"Legend in Football Coaching Don Shula Passed away a few days back. And he was a remarkable guy. The length of time that he spent the sport Certainly warrants his hall of fame status But what's been very interesting in the last twenty four hours or so is The relationship between him and Bill Belichick was frosty. Shall we say frosty And you could see that in the comments that Bill Belichick made Bob. I Dunno using your backyard. Yeah about that. It did not escape anyone's attention that Bill Belichick's tribute to Don Shula Awas on the surface completely Appropriate from one an icon to another Was carefully worded. And it's in so far as he the two key aspects of his tribute ahead to do what he called him one of the all. I'm quoting one of the. All Time. Coaching figures in an NFL history and he was any lauded him for his. He said he was quote the standard for consistency and leadership unquote.
A Shortwave Christmas Carol
"Hello anybody there so matty. Yes ma'am last week Brit and I connected to a radio station she's visa. I am radio in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania have a conversation with space physicist and electrical engineer Nathaniel result. Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here and in two two thousand fourteen. His research took him to Antarctica cool. Yeah home to the South Pole and hub of scientific activity with research stations and field camps spread across the continent. New Zealand has a station down there. Several European countries due to scientists are asking questions. You can only answer in Arca and the Southern Ocean this time of year about wildlife wildlife like penguins. Yeah sure like penguins microbiology. tectonics the northern lights. Daniel was down there to look at the earth's magnetic field and polar regions. I picture this whole space. Mattie like science summer camp but spread across a desolate icebound landscape. What a dream? Yeah you're kind kind of summer camp and these people. They're far from home. which can be really tough? During the holidays so nathaniel when he was down there took part in a musical tradition tradition. That cues up every year on this day December. Twenty four South Pole station. We're ready and standing by thinks the Antarctic a Christmas carol basically the different stations in Antarctica. Sing to each other over shortwave radio. Oh my God this is legitimately the cutest thing you're seeing over the radio Transmission was from the Amundsen Scott South Pole station ahmanson shadow yacht ought. Here's a Christmas Carol from the Italian station. Mario's a Kelly singing an Italian Christmas Carol. I really liked service. I firmly believe this cute Nathaniel would have to agree with you and it's a beautiful thing and you know the different stations and people they have to have to watch out for each other because it's it's difficult environment down there and annual listening at McMurdo Station in a Blue Penguin Hoodie. Sure I'll add wondered if this caroline could be heard beyond Antarctica by shortwave listeners. And other parts of the world he wanted to know how far can these transmissions Israeli travel so how far away were people able to listen well. Before the Caroline Begin thin you'll put out an alert to shortwave radio listener saying hey if you I can hear this email us a lot of snow and people did. They were able to tune in. He got emails from the Netherlands. South America places far away from Antarctica. Some people were able to catch snippets of this singing at the bottom of the world so today. On the show shortwave. podcasts looks at shortwave radio how it works how it travels. And how anything of result is leveraging. A community of shortwave radio listeners for science. Emily Kwong are short. We've expert is nathaniel. Yes he's an assistant professor of physics and Engineering at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. Okay so obviously I know shortwave the charming daily science podcast. But tell me about shortwave. As in shortwave radio so since since the nineteen hundreds we've been using radio waves to communicate. The waves are all different sizes the lower the wave's frequency the longer the wavelength one. Of the unique characteristics. Of shortwave shortwave. Radio is that it can travel. The radio. Waves can travel long distances very long distances around the world because there are three to thirty megahertz hurts in frequency they travel through space to this electrically charged part of our atmosphere called the ionosphere and are reflected or refracted back down to Earth. If we didn't did not have the atmosphere these shortwave signals would travel off into space and not be able to travel around the globe but luckily for us. They can travel around the globe. They they propagate far distances and those with receivers on earth are able to listen. Nathaniel loves shortwave. Because you don't need a lot of equipment to send and capture one of these transmissions oh it can be incredibly simple. You need a transmitter on one side and a receiver on the other and a decent antenna and when I say A transmitter there. There are some people who they make their goal to talk as far around the world is possible with that as little as equipment as possible as low power as possible so maybe using a quarter of a awas and ten dollars worth of parts people are able to send signals that. Get the go all the way around the globe. This is the ultimate Lo fi form of communication gathering. Yeah and that communication could be anything broadcast propaganda spice stations emergency information weather reports rag chewing which is a term mm to describe people just talking about their daily life so radio twitter. Yeah the transmission just has to fall within the right frequency range to count ashore wave and there's an international community of hobby radio operators who seek out a special license from their respective governments to do this. That's called Ham Radio Ham. Yeah that's the hobby Of using this radio so nathaniel discovered that community on a boy Scout Jamboree Ham radio operator had set up a station in the middle of the woods and just turned all his crackling and buzzing sounds coming out of a radio and I heard him talking to these faraway places and and that was just really fascinating fascinating to me and he was hooked got his license in Nineteen Ninety Eight. Just a teenager transmitting to whoever's listening in the northern New Jersey New York metropolitan area area so just pure bruce springsteen propaganda it was mostly just his call son and seventy three. This is W. Two and AF whiskey to November Alpha Foxtrot threaten seventy-three means best regards. It's a pretty common ham. Radio sign off eventually he upgraded to a better transmitter through a wire out the window of his bedroom and attached hatched tree in his front yard and he managed to get a hold of a station in Hungary and it was just a very short contact. But you know that was pretty neat you just throw a wire out your window. And you're able to talk to guy in Hungary and and it worked in these moments stayed with him propelling his scientific methodology and his his career cool. Okay so tell me a little bit about that. How his nathaniel used shortwave for science in a lot of interesting ways because disturbances happening in the ionosphere on a sphere space weather solar wind conditions? All of that would affect radio waves so in Grad school he was able to show how a solar flare caused aradio blackout so cool. Yeah and during the big two thousand seventeen solar eclipse which I missed because it was cloudy. Tragedy so sad but Nathaniel hosted a community science experiment through his group Ham side. The group measured how the eclipse affected the transmission of medium and high frequency radio waves. And the way he's using radio for scientific inquiry is so innovative that this year the National Science Foundation awarded him a one point. Three million dollar grant deign to do what well he wants to bring. Universities and this network of Ham radio operators together to track. What's going on in the ionosphere where short waves propagate in a more day to day way which we we don't really do right now? No not really. We don't really understand what happens on short timescales like why is the fear doing this in New York City but doing doing something else in Pennsylvania overhead and Pennsylvania and. Why is that important to understand the ionosphere to that level of detail? Well we as a planet Senate are really dependent on things happening in space and disturbances in the ionosphere do affect communication satellites global positioning systems. which are used to land planes all these tools? We rely on to keep us safe and connected and so it's very important to try to understand how everything is is is connected together in order to make this systems more robust and and in order to make them work. And in order to you know transmit Christmas carols around the world essential I think a lot of Ham radio for me has always been about connecting people from different parts of the world together. And and you know if you if you even look at like why Ham radio exists if you actually look in the the laws I believe. It says that it's for international goodwill and It's important to try and promote this international goodwill kwon. Do you think our podcast connects people all around the world. I mean we don't have three million listeners. That's how how many people listen to him radio now yet. Not with that attitude okay. I know world domination is your project but I will say I got into radio because I enjoyed tuning in and not knowing what I was going to hear our podcast definitely. Does that help so I think so so from our team to whoever is out there listening in in the world happy holidays. Happy Holidays
Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?
"Jeremy the first line of your story is he can't go out like this. It's kind of crazy to me that that is even being said about Cam. Newton in the first place if you look at the situation with the Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton a the guy that called Superman of former. MVP It's just hard to make sense of it. ESPN NFL writer. Jeremy Fowler has spent the last few weeks reporting on Cam Newton's future going into the season. If you told me Cam Newton would potentially be on the way out of Carolina and there will be this big mess I would not by any stretch have believed you before we get into do the confluence of factors that led us to this moment. Explain why it's so unusual to even be having a conversation like this about a quarterback quarterback like Newton. It is crazy because he changed the game. This is a guy that was bred to be a winner from his days at Auburn he won the national championship number. One overall pick set rookie records for total yards goes on to win and MVP in two thousand fifteen three different seasons of ten or more wins and everything was lined up for this guy to be a top five top ten quarterback for the next fifteen twenty years the lineup. What an improvisational play by Cam? Newton he altered the way. We look at the style of the quarterback quarterback position. Because we've seen running quarterbacks before but this is a guy who's flipping into the end zone quarterback he's making making the superman sign with his arms after scoring and you know he was such an imposing figure that he looked like a combination of a pass rusher linebacker and a running back coming at you full speed and the whole mack truck. That was something that the League really hadn't seen even before my goodness this is the NFL. You're not supposed to be able to do that. And then there was the off field appeal. This is a guy who show up to his press conferences like it was a fashion show. He's got the a bedazzled hats glasses being able to be orally gifted something that I think master to a degree. I I mean this is a guy that we couldn't take is off of whether he was on the field or off it. Do you think his style of football in some some ways impacted his body in a way that led us to this point it has to be a factor. I mean we're talking about a guy who's taken eleven hundred hundred plus hits since two thousand eleven and more than half of those at been in the last four years since around two thousand fifteen. It's more than Russell Wilson. More than any other guy. Things Ziff piled up on them as a result he was all about power shear power that was part of what made him so great. He did bulldoze the open-field he could run for the thirty yards and so just the pounding as a result has clearly affected where he is now so the first few years of camps career sort of builds towards this magical season in two thousand honey fifteen he's the MVP and it all leads up to the Super Bowl and what should have been a high point for him ended up being low one the panthers lose and perhaps unfairly the indelible memory for a lot of people is the fumble. He failed to recover. Do you think that game changed perceptions of him will it stripped him of his invincibility one personnel exact told me the Denver took his Superman Cape. They took it away and he was never the the same after that. And that's probably unfair as it's one game on the biggest stage but you know Denver played them a certain way where they kept hitting them. The seven secs comes out of the hands on the ground and still on the ground picked up by. Jj Line and since then came sense of some really good moments elements. But it's been a little hit or miss even on the field when he is in the lineup and so it was a turning point for a career that was at a wildly high trajectory. At that point you know you're talking about not only MVP season but he could get into the end zone. Whenever he wanted that year? It was just. He played a pretty much flawless season. And then and it also changed after that game so that super bowl is kind of a turning point for Cam than what happened last season in two thousand eighteen last season he was a potential. MVP candidate after the first eight or so weeks. The panthers are sitting at six into Newton. Looks Great Nineteen total touchdowns. You know he's rushing but he's also being patient in the pocket making throws so. This was a team that was on the rise and was sort of Recapturing maybe the magic. They had a couple of years earlier for that Super Super Bowl run so it was nothing but promising at that point an annual in early November. You go to Pittsburgh go to Heinz field. You're thinking this'll be another turning point for your season and then Tj Awa- comes off the blindside. He knocks Cam Newton. He runs right into that right shoulder into the turf he had already been on the injury report with a shoulder injury. They didn't think of a series of that time but watts shot clearly reaggravated things to the point where by the end of the year. He was struggling to throw the ball. Forty forty five yards. It was pretty ugly out there right. I mean he wasn't pulled but I remember. They stopped using him for Hail Marys N. It became apparent that something was deeply wrong saw. I saw that throw by CAM it. It didn't reach the end zone. landed a good fifteen yards short of the goal line. This is a guy that could throw sixty five yards on a rope and so they're taking them out and put Taylor Heinecke of all people to throw a deep ball. I mean you know. There couldn't have been a deeper foreshadow for maybe the problems that were rising with Cam Newton's future all right so he ends up shutting it down for the last two games of that two thousand eighteen season and in the off season as in he has some shoulder surgery but by the time this season starts it seems like he has recovered and things are looking optimistic again for Cham. How does the twenty nine thousand nine season actually begin for him? Throwing the ball. He looked pretty. Tentative no touchdown passes in the first two weeks he didn't really look as comfortable as he normally. Does you that. You can win games with them but certainly not an MVP level that they're used to so after the panthers second game against the Bucks it's revealed that Cam has some kind of foot foot injury but nobody really knows what's going on right. There's a lot of mystery around the injury and then all of a sudden can't puts out this fifteen minute youtube video here. We go here we we are just record. I want to be brutally honest. The video Was Him basically chillan in a hat and glasses. And he's in like this leather black chair. He opens up about his foot injury. As I'm about to jog dog around. I realize I feel like I'm in the game but it's like something. Something's missing bizarre. But it's it was good that he came on spoke about it and try to provide some clarity and in that video he basically said got hurt in the preseason Kurt the foot against the Patriots this is where I got him away because automatically. I thought I got play we. I can't let my fans down. He basically told coaches. Hey I'm good I'm all good. You know I'm Superman I can. I can continue to play and then once we to hit he reaggravated injury injury. What happened is with his foot? Is You have metatarsal bones. And they separate from the base of the FA. That's a list rank injury but if it's a really bad separation or some sort of break than usually need surgery cam has not had that yet which pretends everybody to believe that. He's got a sprain but a pretty really bad one and it just hasn't healed yet but he doesn't want to have surgery if I'm able to get the time all for me to heal and get back to a one hundred percent is it. Then I have no doubt in my mind everything that we won't as a team can still be accomplished. He made clear in the video that I need to go away and get back to what I was. And that's -nificant anytime a player says that that means they're out that doesn't mean they're going to rush back to play and so he basically new I think at that point I was GonNa shut it down
Skydiving plane in Hawaii crash was involved in prior incident
"N._t._s._b. investigation continues into the plane crash in hawaii that killed eleven people aboard member of the board jennifer her whole mendy in awas who talks about a previous incident with the planes plane was involved in another accident in two thousand sixteen in california the pilot lost control of that aircraft and there was substantial damage to the tail section of that plane the sky diving plane crashed and burned on a coastal airfield on the island of
11 people killed after skydiving plane crashes in Hawaii
"CBS news. Correspondent car Evans tells us about a deadly plane crash in Hawaii. Oh my God. Moments after the crash cell phone, video shows wreckage of the twin engine Beechcraft engulfed in flames Okaz pain. It was taking off shortly after is winning went down and it still came down within the dealing airfield perimeter on our property all eleven people aboard were killed. It is very difficult in my forty years as a firefighter here in Hawaii. This is the most tragic aircraft incident that we had the plane was operated by the awas who parachute centre skydiving operation on the island's north shore. It was just before six thirty Friday evening, and they were taking off for a sunset jump investigations
Nine dead as plane crashes in Hawaii, believed during skydiving trip
"The small plane crashed shortly after takeoff, last night, and Hawaii, impure Amy held reports all nine people on board died on the first day of summer. The twin engine aircraft took off for a sunset skydiving trip shortly afterward around six thirty in the evening. It crashed into a fence at the Dillingham airfield on the island of law, who bursting into flames, Tim Sokha, HARA is a spokesman for the Hawaiian department of transportation. He says the plane was operated by the awas. Who parachute centre hit preliminary indications are that there were six employee's. And then three customers that were on board. Honolulu fire chief men. Well, never says some of them left family members behind at the airfield in my forty years as a firefighter here in Hawaii. This is the most tragic aircraft incident that we had the FAA and the NTSB are investigating the cause of the
Drug prices in TV ads may not lower costs
"The transparency as it would seem with drug prices being announced in TV ads could we as consumers trust that information. Here in light some of the challenge in the devil's always in the details. Right. So the complexity by which drugs or Baden sold in the United States is is immense. And what I mean by that is drug marketplace actually worked a lot like the stock market does or the commodities market, it fluctuates daily based on what's called, the Awa WP or average wholesale price. And so here in lies the challenge of drug manufacturer posting a price online because what secretary as our wants them to do in. The Trump administration wants them to do is have to list their eight of UP, but that changes almost on a daily basis. So there is some some decal they're gonna need to be ironed out. The other thing that consumers need to be aware of why what is going to be posted. If it's the VP is not what the consumer will pay at least not directly because the consumer is going to pay whatever their insurance co payment or co-insurance level is at the end of the day and that formularies varies based on which. Insurance company are using here's the indirect way that the consumers paying for it though. And why I'm glad that this is a ruling a rule that's going to be impl- implemented, the consumer's always paying the price of the drug whether that is through a co payment or whether that is through insurance premiums at the end of the day, eventually the consumers paying for most consumers don't know what the true costs of drugs. Are they only know what their co payment is? And if we want to start to reduce the cost of healthcare in the United States, the consumer needs to understand the entirety of the cost, generally speaking. I know that the pharmaceutical companies do not like this proposal is that because they're trying to hide something or because it actually is complicated. Based on the way, you explained it before. I it's a little bit of both the primary thing that the pharmaceutical industry doesn't like about this is the latter. It's it's it's it's the amount in which that's going to be disclosed on what the. The cost of these drugs are now understand though that in the distribution market of this. It's not just a pharmaceutical company that hates this. There's a lot of stakeholders or proverbial hands in the cookie jar prescription drugs. If you will and the main one is what's called the pharmacy benefit manager, the PBS of which most are owned by insurance companies, you talk about a conflict of interest, and they really don't want this out there because PBS make their money. I e v insurance companies make money based on the spread what I mean by that is the insurance company via the PBS will buy the drug at a price market up, and then resell it to the end consumer through the formularies structure, and that's how insurance companies owned owning PBS make a lot of money. And so this is going to allow the consumer to start to see behind the curtain of all those hands that are that cookie jar. So there's a lot of people that do not want this to
"awa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All right. This is sterling on Sunday, eight six eight Awa LT. Sterling on Sunday. Four sterling on Sundays. I James Parker. And this is Florida story. Let's go down to Avon park Florida where a middle school teacher notice. The couple of her students were acting a little weird share these two girls looking for a folder long after class. Let out the teacher found the folder and on the front of it was written private info do not open and project eleven nine. So she opens it up and inside the folder was the plan to kidnap and kill nine people everything in there from how to get their guns to what they were gonna wear. They're going to their nail polish no hair showing we put our clothes on. They really went through all the steps here and had a detailed plan about connecting and killing nine people. The girls are being charged with several felonies and they're gonna miss taco Tuesday. Homa might be. Florida story we go down to Naples, Florida are Florida man is thirty two years old drunk. No shirt and sitting on a bench in the parking lot of olive garden. Someone felt sorry for him and left and gave them their leftovers. And so then he's drunk shirtless. Florida man sitting on the park bench in front of all of guarding eating pasta with his hands some people complain. So an employee came out there and said, you gotta go. You're freaking people out Florida causes them out and then asked whether he had male or female, sex organs. Philly employees calls the cops cops show up. They have some paper towels. They wiped the guy off of them in the back of the cop car, but hey, free, pasta Homa bear. Might be a Winter Park, Florida. A high school band director gets wrapped up in some rumors that he was messing around with one of his students someone reported to belief that the Florida band director had inappropriate photographs of a teenager. So the cops got his phone and on it. They found those pictures and that of another former student and really had about five escapades with different students. Turns out the problem is some of these boys were sixteen and seventeen years old. Yikes. And you've got to be crazy to want to be a high school band director. Anyway, you got a bunch of fourteen fifteen year olds we's out horrible sounds from those instruments all around you all day. There might be county Florida twenty six year old Florida man decided one day he wants to play cop. He's got the red and blue lights on his car. So he pulls up behind someone lights them up when the car pulls over he goes, check on our license registration place. We're not sure how many times Florida man has done this in the past. But this time he does it to an off duty cop. And the cop was pretty cool the cop played along with him and went through the traffic. Stop didn't get a ticket or anything with his air quotes warning. And then had the guy pulled over immediately afterwards. They searched his car and they found an air soft pistol on his passenger seat. Dude. You're gonna get yourself killed idiot. Who are these people that pretend to play Cup? And if so weird stay tuned today. Second installment of Florida stories is right around the corner. Florida stories is a spring rock productions rock media gmaiLcom follow me on Twitter at James Parker show for sterling on Sundays. I James Parker and this. This is Lord stories. All right. Walter, sterling, eight six eight Awa LT. Eight six eight eight wwl t you can get what you want most which is a free pass to the next family event. You don't want to go to the bar mitzvah about mitzvah, the Passover the confirmation the baptism. You don't wanna go. I know you don't you'll have no way out. I will give you the way out. We're having an Easter egg hunt. We open up the Easter egg inside is audio from terrifying. Televangelist you get the audio. Right. You get the certificate. Fred in Saint Louis on KOMO X home of Ryan record. Fred excited to be with you on a twin spin weekend. I have never heard your program before I turn the radio on. And you're quite an interesting person. As are you Fred? And I appreciate you listening on camel X, would you like to guess, the mystery voice of the scary televangelist? Well, first of all. Say this. I am a Christian. I do apologize to people who listen to these televangelist. I am an orthodox Christian, and I do not endorse anything that these people say, but it is tennis Gloria Copeland daughter. But I don't know her first name. When you're doing laundry, if you're grouchy about it are you doing laundry in the love of God. Because when you do under a a level of God, you can get a harvest Fred KOMO ex. It is Ken Copeland's daughter. It is Kelly Copeland who's very attractive. She starts talking jelly. And you are right. Let's listen to that again. Because what she said is so crazy ladies when you're doing laundry, if you're grouchy about it are you doing laundry in the love of God. Because when you do a level of God, you can get a harvest now, Fred can you believe you're going to get a free pass that says you don't have to. Radio isn't that great? You don't have to go to the next. Hold on bat. The Santa's sound shaper is going to take your address we will mail it to you. And I am grateful for your call. Thank you very much for calling sterling on Sunday. We have many more Easter eggs. I open it up. Inside is the voice of a scary televangelist you identify it. And you win a pass that says sterling on Sunday dismisses you from the next horrible family event. That's a pretty good radio show. This is my eighteen twenty anniversary. I've been married. Eighteen years today. We have a happy marriage. I will when I thought about I said how come we have a happy marriage. I'm a horrible person. My wife comes and goes she's like flaky my wife's really flaky. But we have a happy marriage thought. Well, how do we have a happy marriage? And I see all these stupid blogs, say five ways to have a happy marriage ten ways to save this marriage. And I read them unlike nets not it. That's not it here. The ways that I think I have a happy marriage, and I'm not bragging, I'm just sharing which is a very, you know, two thousand nineteen thing to do. It's a very new age thing to do. Number one. I believe that is long as you want to have sex with your partner, your marriage will work. It doesn't mean you're going to have sex anytime soon, but if you want to have sex both people want to have sex, the marriage will work if one partner doesn't wanna have sex or both of you don't wanna have sex get out of the marriage. It's never going to get better. Number two. Don't think about the marriage too much. I never I'm like, the least involved in my marriage of all the people. I know I am the least involved in my marriage. I get up. I get the kids to school. I put on clothes. I worry about the show that I worry about the show some more than my worry. I worry giving to Santa's too many clips I spend the week thinking am I giving too many clips? And then the third thing tell you in in just seconds. But there was a moment when you realized oh, gee, it's not that hard. I know how to keep the marriage going. I know what to do to stay married. I figured it out. What was that a whole moment for you? When you thought, oh, I always heard that, you know, marriage is hard marriage is a lot of work. Really? I have a job. I don't need more work. I don't need to sign up for more work. There must have been an aha moment for you. When you thought this is the moment where I know this marriage can work. I just have. To do this. Or the moment where you said this marriage is never going to work and you're anonymous, and you can't get a wrong. Eight six eight Awa LT. 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"awa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"That's a crackle. Succeed. Awa lt. Eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight. Yes, I believe that. It's intellectually just wonderful that gay men kissing public. And I think it's absolutely wonderful that women breastfeed their kids in public, but I'm not comfortable with it. And I don't want to see it was kind of shocking that we were that sort of opinionated about something that's supposed to be so incredibly natural. I'm opinionated Elissa shocking. No, no, why am from. Yes. Why what about what about it upset you? Why? Because I just don't want to. Would you eat under a blanket? Or would you what I would do is? I would go to the car, but I'm not asking about you would go feed your baby in the car. Yes. Yes. Feeding the baby in the car is the perfect place to feed the baby you have music you're in a comfortable car. You can adjust the temperature any way you want and your privacy. I believe it is an intimate of private act because if you don't feed the baby in the car or in a private room if you just want to feed it in the office or on the airplane in front of everybody. Then I believe I have the right to stare at your breasts to just stare or to take a photograph take a photo of your breasts, and then send them on Facebook to all my friends say well, look at those who were because you have exposed them. Again, don't pick confused with me thinking or feeling that I have any right to tell a mom whether or not she should breastfeed. That's none of my business as between, the mom and the baby and her doctor and her family, but I don't want to see it. It is uncomfortable for me to see let's take it to the next level. Hilary Duff this actors from Nickelodeon is on a show called younger Netflix show called younger. I think it's not flex Hulu. It's all the same. She's on a show called younger and her her co-star couple of weeks ago. Grab some of her expressed milk in a bottle and drank it, he drank some of her expressed milk. She didn't give permission. He just drank some of her milk. Some of Hilary Duff's milk is that cheating Hillary's, married. Hillary has a father for that kid has a boyfriend. I don't know what it is. Does that constitute cheating if another man drinks? Your wife's breast milk is that cheating husband. David cross has tasted your breast milk. That causes such a thing. Do you wanna taste it? Place. No, I pump. When I got here earlier..
"awa" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"I hate feely skeptical about a promotion like this. I really wanna I I to be so excited for it. But then it just party. Also feels like we're thinking about, you know, impact again, and you know, they're panda energy phase. And you know, and then try to do Monday nights. And do we feel that pro wrestling is enough in design Geist today that this is going to be that Awa w is going to be as big as successful as we hope it's going to be the I I think it will. We don't really know what to expect yet. They haven't told us what? Effect. Right. So we know getting a couple of shows. But they haven't said we're going to be a weekly TV show. We're going to be two hours long. We're gonna do this. We can do that. So I think that's why I'm withholding expectations. And why I'm so excited about it? Because I don't really know what they are yet. And I just think everyone involved is too good at what they do to fuck up that by doing it, the right way, you know, they started I feel like laying the groundwork to let people know that they know how to tell stories with being the elite and then starting with that. I I don't see this being one of those things where they come in hit everything hard trying to like be WWE day one, and then flame out or lose money, or whatever I feel like they're going to do this the right way where they slowly build, you know, they haven't announced exactly what it's going to be yet. But even if it's just like one show a month that travels, I think that it can work. I do not feel like Cody is going to rush to try to do a weekly show beyond TV. Or any of those things and till the groundwork has been laid here's here's the issue. I have but the issue I see when you do show like all in or double or nothing, which is the next one. You have years worth of storylines in dream matches. You can put out there, and people will automatically fill in everything that happened between the last time they saw this performer, which probably pretty recently and seeing them at this show, if you're doing a monthly show, I think from a storytelling perspective, you're going to run out of dream matches pretty quick how many I don't wanna watch one night only the elite happens every week. So if you're looking to get hot up on eight off they have something that people are already watching that will get you caught up on these storylines with for. Yeah. I don't think it's that lives in dies Andre much as I think it lives in dies on storytelling. An I know they can do that. I'm not worried I'm excited. I'm really excited. And I mean, they've got the Neville. They have puck that's going to be interesting. I'm curious to see who else shows who else they ended up doing deals with Georgia de LA is there too. Yeah. Yeah. So I feel I feel really good about it. I may or may not have already booked a hotel room, and they that is the week of birthday. And I am I already told my wife says I think I need to do this. I just I want to I want to go. There's maybe star cast event, I'm fairly setting. They'll be a fuzzy show. So. I'm not saying we should go to it. I'm just saying there's going to be one I booked hotel room my brother's coming over Danielle he would very much like to attend. But yeah, we're like the kids are all in on this like to quote a popey previous show. I'm really excited the Kelt crew for the great. I certainly wish him all the luck. I'm more than willing to watch it this just more concerned than anything, but it has been addressed. So we shall see. What happens there, we do have a few things for WWE? We're gonna get into first of all let's go to smackdown. We're not gonna talk about Rodney Moore. We did we did that enough. We gave them enough airtime. Daniel Bryan opened up smackdown cutting this from oh, this what you people call a concession stand. But the only sessions. To your health. Look at the people next are you amick Mike away from that crowd?.
"awa" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I never ever had any sort of interaction with Jeanne be, you know, Awa WWF post WWF. This was not, you know, warm and sincere. Gene was a great guy. Whether it was that, you know, some charity thing or event or just happenstance. You know, you'd always greet me. We talk you know, how you doing? What are you up to? So I you know, I didn't see him all that much. I didn't you know, hang out with him. It we never like said. Hey, let's go have lunch. But it was always great when we had a chance to whether it was some event that brought us together or just you know, happen stance. You know being in town. So I'll close with this. Is there a story about gene, probably from the Awa days that my questioning? Thing didn't bring out of you. That didn't get brought up that helps paint a picture of who he was for people who who wanna know more about them or just want to have a funny story to tell others. Nothing comes to mind, but. Gene was. In real life. Gene was probably closer to the gene people saw on TV. Then most people would have thought if that makes sense. Absolutely. Yeah. And the the the the one thing his passing brought to mind. In fact, I I found out I got a text from from someone I think, you know, ad Hellier, you know, from steel domain wrestling, you know, here here in the twin cities he had sent me a tax, and he said, you know, anything about gene Oakland passing away..
"awa" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"But and not being a, but also not losing your dignity and your respect and he found that spot. I mean, the road warriors pushed the limits in that regard. I mean, they were so physically intimidating, and when I think of you conducting interviews I mean, the road words, come to mind, first and foremost, how did what Jean taught you in observing gene help you with some of your some of the bigger names that you interview during your time in the Awa and the roadways on that list. And who else is? I'll be honest. I had been there a very short time and the road warriors. I don't know if they were in Japan. But when I first started they weren't around. So the the first interview I did with the road warriors. I was intimidated as hell I'm sorry. They were scary got and and more. So because I didn't know them. And you know, as as we got to know each other, and develop, you know, great friendships with, you know, Mike, and Joe and Paul it was different. But that's for the there was no tip that I interview if I looked intimidated and a little scared. It was because I was Yeah. I mean, that's that's the honest truth and later on. I mean, we we had some some great interviews together. But. The that's the only. Wrestlers or talent that I can point to where I was at the very beginning interviewing them intimidated because of their size and characters and the only other one that that comes to mind was I been in towards the end I loved interviewing the road warrior, the only person I hated to have to interview with STAN Hansen and not because of anything else. But when he would tore around that cowbell, I can't tell you how many times I caught it in the shins. Yeah. So the and I mean, not because he was trying to do it purposely. But that was every time it was like, oh, yeah. I'd say gotta wrestle interview standing. Oh, no. And he's got to the point. I was thinking I should really pick up some just cheap hockey shin guards. Put them on. And of course, it's excuse which he would make with a wry smile was while I I'm terribly nearsighted..
"awa" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"But there was still a hierarchy in that day, which is not your Justin announcer, but you're an announcer, and you do your job we do ours. And I'm not really looking for quote your approval. There wasn't a hierarchy in involving, gene. And I don't think the wrestlers would seek his approval because unlike, you know, your reference to the tonight show with Johnny Carson, gene. Or I didn't lay out the interviews or decide who's going to be interviewed that was pretty much done in the Awa by you know, Verne and Greg. So there was no real avenue whether for someone to try and ingratiate themselves to gene thinking, you know, I'll get more interviews this way. So the there there wasn't the opportunity for gene too. Because you know, he Jeff. Genuinely likes someone or at a great relationship away to create like more interview time because when when we would get there, the interviews were always laid out. Was there anybody that you remember gene, not having chemistry with either surprisingly only on air or even maybe tension off area? Like, okay, you know, gene's gonna hold back a little bit or or, you know, he's just going to play, you know, play it more straight. Let them say their thing and move on. Because obviously, gene had chemistry with hulk HOGAN and enjoy playing off of I think Jesse Ventura and only. It was Jesse that internet or you came up with the name mean, gene. Yes. A lot of people thought it was hulk. Yep. But it was Jesse that had named him mean Jean and then hall picked up the mantra. And I've all was. Yeah. Just in the back of my mind taking pride in, you know, moving forward, you know, I was the only one that really hope gave a name to that..
"awa" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Interview. Friday for January fourth two thousand eighteen I am very pleased to be joined by someone who I think can speak better about Gino Oakland than just about anybody. When it comes to what he was like behind the scenes, and that is his under study and replacement in the Awa killer, Ken Resnick is also be dubbed Ken Resnick worked under me, gene, Oakland and Awa and then when she left he replaced him and became the person who literally did what Jean Oakland had done prior. Can would eventually also go to the WWF where Gino Lind was although not for long, gene was cutting back schedule at the time that Resnick arrived, and so his career path paralleled me jeans, and he learned from him. So I'm looking forward. To sharing with you all of cans, personal firsthand insights as someone who did the job, Gino Kalin, did and got to know him on a professional and personal level. So after this break, we'll come back in talk with Ken about, gene. I want to remind you that the Thursday flagship edition of the way Keller person podcast dropped yesterday. Thursday, January third and progressing towards columnist. Greg parks was my guest and for about an hour and a half. We talked about the top ten stories of twenty eighteen Greg on Twitter said this was one of his favorite podcast he had ever done. And we've done a lot together. And he's done a lot a lot a lot hundreds and hundreds of podcast without me. I'm proud of it too. I think you'll really enjoyed Greg. And I each came up with our own top ten list, and we had some similarities at the top, and then some differences as we got deeper into the top ten list. Also, we did another forty minutes if I remember right discussing our stories beyond the top ten so, you know, we didn't rank them necessarily eleven through twenty. But what deserved honorable men? And why why did some of these stories make the top ten list, but what was their impact? Anyway, that was a VP exclusive after show that was part of the Wade Keller hotline for VIP members yesterday, also so if you aren't VIP and you want to go VIP.
"awa" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"The Wade Keller pro wrestling podcast. It's done for Wade's interview with one of pro wrestling's newsmakers. When pro wrestling I caught my eye as a kid. I was probably run nine years old maybe eight there was a not quite bowling gentlemen, yet with the moustache who held a microphone and interviewed all of these large in the life wrestlers who did not cut promos because that wasn't a thing when I became a fan. The term promo was an interview they were interviewed by this gentleman mean Jean Oakland who conveyed an every man quality to himself with that proper intimidation and respect and at times come rotary with these professional wrestlers, these tough athletes that he was interviewing about their next big fight and his name was gene Oakland, Jesse Ventura dubbed him mean Jean Oakland hokey. Ghan made that Monica even more famous and gene was the face and the voice of my early years watching professional wrestling, gene, Oakland had his best years. I would argue he was most well suited in a best fit in his role in the Awa where he spent the seventies and early eighties. The longest stretch of his career. The most the largest body of work is by far what he did in Awa more than what he would later do for the WWF and WCW, but he is an icon. His death has received mainstream coverage that seems to be on the level of what say dusty Rhodes received which I thought was on the higher end of expectations for dusty. And also for me, gene. And and I'm saddened by his death. He's seventy six years old had a kidney replacement, and and health issues where people who are around him recently, kind of new things things had turned into a struggle for him. But boy did he live a a a life of of big big travels in into progressing industry hitting all three of the big major brands. The Awa was part of the big three. It was the largest geographical territory from the sixties through the eighties, and then jump to the WWF when Vince McMahon paid paid a lot of people who work for the Awa to come work for him at a time when he looked at that vast territory of Awa as a key to his success with national expansion Jesse Ventura hulk HOGAN, Dr David Schultz, Bobby Heenan on and on. I mean, it was the the wrestlers that he plucked from Awa was a major major factor in his early success. And then he would go on to be part of w w nitro years giving WCW some of that that look and feel familiarity to fans who had otherwise primarily watched the WWF perceive that as a major league, so Gino. Lynn dead this week at age seventy six and on today's Wade Keller. Pro wrestling podcast.
"awa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I know I know, you know, as soon as I heard about the passing of gene, Oakland, I thought of you because I thought well, I need to talk to someone that grew up watching, gene. And I remember for those that don't know I grew up watching burns Awa wrestling because Chicago is a stronghold for the w eight during that time. So I saw Jean as a kid in the mid to late seventies. When did you first see gene Oakland on your television would have been roughly nineteen eighty s when I started watching. And I just it's crazy to think you don't think about it at the time when you're watching what big part of it. He is. And then he leaves to go to the WWF at the time. And then it was obvious. You know, they they lost HOGAN and eventually Bob winkle, but certainly heated which. Those were big losses. But there was just something about the identity and the fabric of the Awa that changed when Gino one left he was different. And that's not necessarily a shot at Larry, Nelson or Ralph strategist Eric Bischoff who came in after him. Ken Resnick to who is very solid. I just I just thought Jason that he was the glue to everything for gene because jeans there and similar to Lance Russell and Memphis. You could just see how Jean could be able to just help the wrestler out with the interview. It's one thing to have a good promo. Also good to have someone on the Mike that can kind of steered the interview, I think that gene was very good at that. He apps. Yeah. Without question. Yeah. That was one of his many strengths. And I would say another was the credibility. You know, anyone can hyper wrestling show. Yeah. Everyone's done a mock impersonation of the of the promo for that. Or like a big monster truck event or something, but he had credibility with the viewers. And so when he spoke about this looks like a big event that's coming up. You believed him. And by the way, I know that as an Awa fan growing up. I did hurt me to see Jean go over to W W have because I'm thinking at the time. Why why is he doing this? But at the same time Roger Kent worked for Vince rod Tron guard worked for Vince. So Al Russia will the one of the producers work for Vince. So that's it was that surprise you at the time. But I think that when I saw him come over the one thing I noticed about jeans career in the in the WWF more. So than the is that he did a lot more play by play slash color with gorilla monsoon. If you you remember that in Madison Square Garden of the Toronto shows as well and maple leaf gardens. Did a lot of that? I'm I'm wondering your thoughts on him as a play by play guy knew he was great guy on the on the Mike as an interviewer. But do you remember him doing play by play? You know, I honestly don't have much memory of that. I just didn't get to see many of those shows for me. He was always. When he went to the WWF. It was cool to see them reunited with Bobby Heenan and hulk HOGAN again, but I I also just remember him just being a handball is getting to take part in some skits with Heenan and different things. Like that that you didn't see in the Awa was just more WWF flavor. But that'd be so you're saying was he was he actually go to on play-by-play, you think. So I think that is you remember in the eighties in somewhat of the ninety s every move was a walk off home run. And for gene, a lot of that, you know, take down, and and the other thing that resonated with me so much is that he came from radio background that rich voice that gene had. You'll always remember because that's a radio voice, that's on television. And so I thought his play by play was pretty solid always hype to know a lot of stuff at the spectrum stuff with guerrilla Square Garden. But I mean, just all around terrific announcer. I thought yeah. And it's funny. The Awa that must've been there thing because Larry Nelson was certainly radio and voice over guy. I believe real strategist was as well for that must've been a formula. They had when it came to picking that. I don't I don't remember what Ken Resnick's background was. And it's funny when you you're running through the list of people who moved to the WWF, and the Awa even jeans replacement Resnick, eventually did everyone that they had that was worth something, and you know, for the most part ended up going to work there. Absolutely. So Jason about gene had you ever get to interview, gene or meet, gene? I met Jean briefly very accommodating, very friendly. But unfortunately, never had an opportunity to interview him. I talked to him when nitro was in town at the United Center in nineteen. Nine hundred ninety eight ninety nine around the same time. Yes. So as a side business, by the way, I'm going to send you my cassette tapes. So I took it find interview for me. So I could play it. I mean, I'll give you a cassette. If you want to transfer to DVD for me or the CD for me. I don't even know if I have the equipment, but I may know someone who does. I talked to him, and he was more interested in in the radio side of things. I talked to him about fifteen minutes. What he said to me? Jason is this like, well, I talked to he didn't call Eric Bischoff. Eric he called him, Eric. He said, yeah, I talked to Eric about doing more radio because radio still matters. And you still talking to me about that? And and ninety eight saying that he wanted WCW to have more radio awareness or more spots on the radio. So I thought that that conversation was interesting. You talked about his career in radio with me not allow about wrestling more lines of what I was doing which comes across as a really nice guy. Gene. That's the thing. He's one of those guys, you know, you you don't hear it often in the wrestling industry. But he's one of those guys people don't have bad things to say about, you know, and he had a fun loving wild side to whom he was certainly not afraid to go out and let loose with RIC flair. But you just don't hear those bad, gene ochre when stories he was everybody's buddy. I don't remember. I don't remember anyone sending a bad word. That's a good trait, by the way to not find anything wrong or anyone saying anything bad about which is great. Do you? What do you? Call things out with dynamite kid. What are you remember about his his run with WCW because as a longtime guy with Vince, he goes over to WCW as you mentioned with hulk with Bobby Heenan, which seems to be a trend. Right. They all come out in the same company. So what do you remember about him in WCW, you know, honestly, the hotline more than anything, and it's sad because he became lived up to the whole scheme, gene moniker. 'cause they always had them go out there and deliver a deceptive headline clogs at all this different stuff. But I remember I it's not like it was all that and WCW, but I certainly have fond memories of him in the Awa the WWF, and I do what they did with him and nitro I think that that he he Naan and Oakland always had chemistry. We saw that at at times in the Awa even though Nick balk winkle didn't necessarily need a mouthpiece. I just think that heathen when you talk to Oakland was great. But I think it just went to a hole. Different level in the WWF the skits that they did doing shows together the syndicated television shows he did chasing that stuff was gold. Absolutely. Yeah. I I mean, just imagine the things those who are doing here is they catch up, hopefully, you'd have to integrate beyond, but yeah, that you're get if you're longtime old enough Awa fan. I'm sure some of it bothered some people because anything that was like sports entertainment flavor for an older generation was just a huge turn off. But they were so good at it. But I I I even know some like much types, it still got a kick out of seeing Bobby G and do their thing together. Just remarkable chemistry between them and Jason had to be man. It had to be tougher gene to where that tuxedo. Twenty four seven with inventors era now that every time you looked around. He had a tuxedo on that was a time in the early eighties mid eighties. I mean, that's all he I don't remember a long time from him very often. Slept in it. Right. I mean, everything was in a tuxedo. All all those promos. He did all those cities across the country. There was him in the boats. I and the the whole tuxedo. What a what a time to be alive as the wrestling fan during that time. Oh, I was. Yeah. I mean, those were some the Awa was a blast. But just those early years of the WWF, even though there were so many people grumbling about cartoon wrestling and all that, and I certainly understand some of that. But man, there were some really good times in there too. And then those two handed in Oakland when we're just such a huge part of it last thing on Jean. I just want to find out what you think his legacy is in the business as far as all the broadcasters that you've seen over the years where where do you place him? What is his legacy in the business? I think he's the gold standard for what he did it being the interviewer. I I always want to say backstage interviewer, but in the Awa days it, well, you know, it was more studio type of thing. And even the WWF when he was kind of. Manning the ship for those spots show for almost or how show promos and things like that. Just anything, you know, as an interviewer. I struggled to think of anyone that really had the charm the witch just everything that he brought to the table. I might forgetting anyone Jonathan that even comes close. No, I think that there is a different gravitas between him and say, Gordon soley. And again, we're talking about two different things here because we're talking about a backstage interviewer, that's that was jeans niche more so than anything else. I mean again decent play by play guy. But I think that no one else did what he did think about all of the announcers over the years. Jason more times not the play by play guy had to have the gene role. Also had to do the interview. Whether it's Georgia class, whatever that way, Memphis. Yeah. It's different. It's different. And that's when you say the gold standard, it's different because other companies did not have a gene that could be. Able to push the cards that can that made you and actually more. So than the wrestlers he sold you on one to go to an event, you know, whether it's at the Mets are Rosemont horizon. He was always there within the event center with those things. So I think that that's what makes him so unique. Oh, the met each brought back. Some good memories. Yeah. Really did. It'd be the Saint Paul Civic Center all of that. He just again, he had that credibility that when he started in some of the two he was gone for the dying days of the Awa would have been interesting how much credibility he would've lost had. He stuck around for those, and he's, you know, hyping lousy card or something special, but we didn't have to live through that. He he pretty much. Always was. Would they good stable company? You know, but he made he was left at the right time. And sure nitro by the end wasn't the same. But neither what is his role. Jonathan hood ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app. Selfless service.
"awa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Up today here on the Awa the current heavyweight champion of the world burnt ganja. He happened to get that title back in Chicago, Illinois on July the eighteenth from not other the neck block, we talked to earlier the current tag team champions of the world what home hails from Donald San Diego. Jesse the body Ventura his partner out of the Big Apple of New York City, golden boy Adrian it honest, gentlemen, welcome to the bay area. Folks. There is a new WCW champion that belt having changed hands overseas. Attention hotline fans, I'll have the report on this new belt older in world championship. Wrestling all night long during my exclusive hotline report riding up until midnight tonight. Pay attention hotline Vance tonight. Yes tonight in Los Angeles world championship wrestling on the a secret weapon that may finally 'cause a rival wrestling organization to crumble, you will not see any of this unfold on television. But fans this surprise will be available to you on the WCW hotline. And I have all the detail all star wrestling, let's go to ringside. There is action in progress of the ring LS joy that batch at this time. The joined by Jason Powell, my Awa brother from pro wrestling dot net joins us here on ESPN one thousand and ESPN app. Jason Jonathan thanks so much for your time. It's great to be back. We have to quit meeting like this Jonathan. Yeah..
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School tells braless pupil: 'Cover nipples with plasters'
"Eight hundred eight six eight awa lt and here's my favorite story of the week about how annoying schools can be a florida always florida florida's students said she was million when school officials decided her protruding nipples were a distraction and asked her to hide them with bandaids a seventeen year old claims she was called into the dean's office on monday in brandon river high school florida where she was told that her lack of a bra was drawing stares from other students and she had to put bandaids on her nipples i can't begin to tell you how many rules are so stupid that i have to deal with with the public schools with my kids makes me nuts that's why you need to download my podcast from items called old dad secrets hold dad secrets items great stories about being an old app but wait i'm not done the dumbest thing my high school ever did was make my kid take a breathalyzer before going into a dance.