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Alabama Will Now Allow Yoga in Its Public Schools

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Alabama Will Now Allow Yoga in Its Public Schools

"That yoga was banned in Alabama schools? The ban has been lifted. There are conditions, though, ABC is Dave Packer explains. After a nearly three decade ban, yoga is once again allowed to be taught in Alabama's public schools. But in a concession with the state's religious conservatives, many of the hallmarks of the practice will still be banned. Teachers can't say NAMA stay two students students can't chant use the sound home as a mantra. And Sanskrit names proposes cannot be used. And if someone slips, the lawmaker who wrote the bill says there won't be any yoga Police on patrol for wayward homes.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:01 min | 10 months ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To discuss who should get shots. First, some experts have proposed giving it's a health care workers first high priority also may be given to essential workers, those with certain medical conditions and those 65 up. Manufacturers have already started stockpiling Corona virus vaccine doses in anticipation of eventual approval by the FDA. But the first shots will be in short supply and rationed boxes. Tanya J. Pouch There's a house election in Georgia today to fill the rest of the late John Lewis's term. It's between two Democrats, former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin and former Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall. That term, however, ends in just a few weeks. Then it will be taken by state legislator Nicky Mo Williams, who won the district selection for the next Congress. Fox's seven Brown Americans listening to Fox News Good morning. I mean gene or villain. Uptick in Corona virus cases statewide, more than 1700 people hospitalized, one additional death reported by the Alabama Department of Health on Monday. Heartbreaking news is we learned the son of a slain former lounge county Sheriff Big John Williams, was killed in an auto accident Monday, state troopers say. John Arthur Williams Jr. A truck driver died when he was struck by an oncoming ban on highway 31 connect. A county collision also killed a passenger that was riding with Williams, The younger Williams death. Comes just a little over a year after his dad was shot and killed in the parking lot of a convenience store When Birmingham City Council meets Today, members are expected to take up a vote on a resolution to bring back 132 employees were furloughed back in December September rather because of covert 19 budget shortfalls vote comes two weeks after Mayor Randall would been proposed paying for the call back with $7 million from the city's general fund reserve account. Most of that would be covered by the cares act. The Super Seven high school football state championship games will kick off tomorrow night. The event returns to Tuscaloosa this year covert restrictions in effect Steve Savories with the Alabama High School Athletic Association says they'll allow just 6700 vans into Bryant Denny Stadium physically distance in the stadium. We encourage everyone to wear my ask. Our coaches will be wearing my ass. We encourage everyone to do it for someone else. Maybe not themselves, But let's make sure we keep we provide a safe and environment is weekend. Super seven begins with the seven a championship game between defending state champ Thompson at Auburn. I'm Jim Charity right now. Sunshine 26 degrees. Next news at nine. I mean, Gene or bell on Alabama's Morning news Now back to your host, J T. All right, Liam, Angie. Thank you. Same diff. Welcome back in. Thank you. A 35. Alabama's morning news Congressman Gary Palmer Continuing our conversation. Gary before I talk to you about the government's budget and Relief package being passed in the house and then finally approved. Let's get an update on what's happening with the house and some of the decisions that were made since Election Day and any any more movement towards the Republican side of things. Well, we picked up two more seats in the house, My Garcia. Was declared the winner in California last night, the Democratic poem opponent conceded. And then Marinette nor Meeks. Has been certified A Niwa is the winner, although I think that the Democrat might A legal challenge and made and tried to get Pelosi to refused to see her. Right now. We're 212. Republicans in the house, which JT, as you know, is remarkable, considering that every expert in the country said we were going to lose seats. Right, Right. Can Pelosi refuse to see somebody that's won the election have been declared the winner. Well, I'm not sure exactly how that works. But I think what the Democrats since they control the majority could vote to refuse. TOC never makes Which would be think unprecedented on but in the current environment is Hostile as everything is right now, Jake, it wouldn't surprise me a bit. I mean, my gosh. But you know, On the other hand, it might surprise me a little bit being that Pelosi's gonna go and do exactly You know what she doesn't want. To happen in the presidential run. You know some opposition refusing to accept it and the battle you know that will blow back right? I would think in her face, but all right, well, good news. They're on the house. Then let's move on and talk about the government's budget now. And the relief package. Here we go again. Are we going to get something finalized and the help for these businesses? Well, this has been incredibly frustrating, JT, and you're not talked about this before. Act. If there's $137 million readily available right now, today, right? They're still in the aerial protection plan that Pelosi refuses to release. Then there's another 400 billion. In the main street program that we could use. And I think they're working on a package right now. Holdup is Pelosi wants to bail out the failed pension plans in California and a couple other states and we refused to do that, and we want liability protection for these businesses that open up It's everything from your restaurants to the airlines. That are worried about getting sued. Left and right, which You know Pelosi's gonna be protected the problem? Yeah, they ought to be protected. I mean, we have shut that business is down because of this Corona virus, which I I'm anti shut down anymore. I'm completely anti shut down anymore. Do what you gotta do to be safe, but we can't continue to do this and continue to bail folks out. This is going to kill You know our debt? I mean, it's just getting outrageous. How? How much dead work, you know, piling up here. Well, I don't know how we're going to handle our debt. If we don't, uh, get things back on track, and I don't know how these businesses you're going to survive, JT There's just so much pain that they can endure until it's over. And I think New York is upon example, that I don't think that's it. He's gonna be The same could decades because of this stupid place is able to. Clearly Judy and I were talking about that very thing. You know how different New York City is gonna be host coded post shutdown post economy that we're going through right now. It will be different. That's for sure. Well, Gary, thank you for the work you're doing up there. And, Yeah, let's stay in touch over the next couple of weeks, and, uh Get the updates as to what's going on with Congress and and getting your end things finished up. Thank you, Gerri. A 39 Alabama's morning news on the way gonna be talking about how Social Security reform could make this program better. In light of all this debt. Could it get worse? Yeah, we'll be talking with expert on.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Morning news with J T I mean gene or Bell an uptick in Corona virus cases statewide, more than 1700 people hospitalized, one additional death reported Monday. On. Can you wait First, The district attorney's office in Jefferson County will start reviewing cases to see if there are any wrongful convictions that can be overturned in the county's cut off district investment. D a lanista. Washington says her conviction Integrity unit will look at prisoners sentenced to death or life without parole who would run out of appeals. She tells to believe BRC they'll research cases where there was no evidence the person was convicted. That person that who was convicted, committed any criminal activity. Glad to see that that mindset it is changing, and the mindset now is to Make sure that we carry out justice that is equal that is fair and just sprawl process starts January 11th and the best summer cut off when Birmingham City Council meets today, members are expected to take a vote on a resolution to bring back 132 employees were furloughed back in September due to cope in 19 budget shortfalls. Boat comes two weeks after Mayor Randall would been proposed paying for the callback with $7 million from this city's general fund reserve account. Most of that would be covered by cares, Act money. Super seven high school football state championship games kicking off tomorrow. The event returns to Tuscaloosa this year covert restrictions in effect, Steve Savories with the Alabama High School Athletic Association says. Well, um, I'll just 6700 vans into Bryant. Any stadium physically distance in the stadium. We encourage everyone to wear my ask. Our coaches will be wearing my ass. We encourage everyone to do it for someone else, Maybe not themselves. Let's make sure we keep we provide a safe and environment is weekend Super seven, begins with the seven a championship game between defending state champ Thompson at Auburn. I'm Jim.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

Punchline with Alex Calleja!

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

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"alabama high school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on KCRW

"I feel like we've done a good job with our kids. I think we need to be out here down in the southeast part of the state. You'll never have to convince Mark Rose of the need for football. He played for the legendary coach Pat Dye at Auburn. He's been a high school head coach for 23 years. He's currently at Russell County High. And he was the fifth fastest in Alabama TTO win 100 games, So it's notable when Rose says kids shouldn't be playing during a pandemic. Yeah, I mean, it's flat out child exploitation. Of course, kids want to play. But we are charged to protect them, and he can't Rose says because of a lack of testing. Kids get tested when they show symptoms. But in the state High School Athletic Association's Covad protocols there's not a testing policy, and that he says, is reckless and dangerous. We're breaking every rule that every doctor in the world says. We're not going face to face school. We're running players into each other all week and send them home untested. And then on Friday night, they want us to go out there and run them in 100 of our sideline and 100 on the other sideline. And All we know is that nobody out there have been tested. Rose says an asymptomatic outbreak on his team landed a 33 year old assistant coach in intensive care for nearly two weeks and sickened a player's mother. The risk of spread is greater, he says, in his rural county, where many of his players live in multi generational homes. I guess What Coach Rose would like to do is we have a state or some entity, paper, the testing for all the students and the coaches. Ron Ingram is Thea's assistant director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association. That would be admirable. If the funding was there. It's not in Alabama or most other states. Ingram says. Alabama acknowledges the risk of football and Corona virus. Believes it can be mitigated with safety protocols and he hands they still need to figure out whether football is the potential spreader. Mark Rose fears right now we don't have enough data to say that playing football upset really? That same teenager if he goes to the local McDonald's on a Friday night with his friends. That same risky still goes back home to the same parents into the same grand parents. If its data they're waiting for its coming, says Dr Michael Shingles. He's on a sports medicine committee advising high schools in Michigan, which yesterday reinstated high school football after earlier canceling it for the fall. We're gonna have ahh German in the United States right out because their states They're going to do this whole states. They're not going to find out probably in the next couple months from people getting sick and having major issues Mark rose in Alabama would rather not have high school football players and their families be in his words. GUINEA pigs, Rose says he doesn't speak for officials in this school district. But he does for many other coaches who fear losing their jobs if they speak out. Rose was bracing for a showdown when he made it clear he would not coach his team tonight in their season opening game to protest playing without testing. But this week the virus intervened. One of his players tested positive, possibly exposing as many as two dozen teammates practices or shut down. Tonight's game is off, and Rose says it's uncertain when his Russell County Warriors will play football again. Tom Goldman. NPR news This's NPR news. I'm Josh Barrow, host of left, right and Centre. When was the last time that you checked.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In Birmingham. Angie Norville is standing by to tell us about an Alabama high school shut down because of covert 19 but first Fox News covers the world It's Joe Biden's Big Week. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News to become the Democratic presidential nominee on Thursday, the last night of the convention, which starts today. We have the ability to put in place an administration that is going to focus on closing the racial wealth gap on addressing bias and racism in the system. That's Biden's running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, talking to the grill. Her speech will be on Wednesday. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a former rival of presumptive nominee Joe Biden, will address delegates tonight. So will Republican John Kasich. Former congressman in Ohio governor in a long time critic of President Trump Boxes Charity album Because of the color of crisis, most of the speeches will be done remotely, not at the convention site in Milwaukee. The president won't be far away. He'll rally today in Ash Kosh, Wisconsin after a visit in Minnesota. Now, the Trump claims have expanded mail in voting, leading to more widespread fraud. Have Democrats accusing me of trying to hurt the Postal Service? Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live. Dave House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is bringing lawmakers back from recess. Their legislation this weekend prohibiting the postal system from making changes ahead of the election. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, accusing President Trump of deliberately slowing down the mail, Donald Trump is undermining Some of the most sacred institutions in America. Senior advisor to the Trump campaign, Jason Miller told ABC is this week. Crowds are now trying to rush this through and have wholesale changes in 5 to 10 weeks. The inspector general of the Post office is investigating policy changes they made by the new postmaster general. Save Rachel, three Texas police officers recovering that after being shopping man still barricaded at his home near Austin mother.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Another hot summer day for us. Lots of sunshine about 94 for the high again this afternoon. And Oh yes, The humidity will be back as well. About a 30% chance of those afternoon showers today. Right now, Plenty of sunshine. We've got 75 Alabama's Morning news. So what about high school sports this fall? Leah Brandon has more on this in just a couple of minutes. But first Fox News covers the world. Fox News. I'm 1,000,000 Wu. President Trump says he's ready when a Corona virus vaccine is ready. They thought it was right to take it first. Or I take it last in an exclusive with Fox News, saying he'll go along with the recommendation of his taskforce. Senate Republicans today set to unveil a Corona virus relief bill likely to include this more direct payments to Americans. Money for schools to reopen safely additional funds for testing in liability protections for businesses. But it seems Democrats are far from on board. Major second points include the extended unemployment benefits and the president's pushed for a payroll tax cuts, saying he may not sign anything if it doesn't include that box is Griff Jenkins and first time claims for jobless help last week, coming in at one point for one million that is above expectations. And roughly the 18th straight week numbers came in above America's listening. High school sports competitions allowed to take place during the fall term. That's the word from the Alabama High School Athletic Association, following a meeting at the Central Board of Control Association says football teams can start practicing in helmets and shorts on Monday Free Corona virus tests being offered in Birmingham, Sandra Cooper says she decided to get tested and expects to get the results quickly, They said in 48 I was sort of what it was, and that's really good that turnaround. It's absolutely What we all need to come and get this thing on the control the testing offered by Alabama Regional medical services, and he was Alabama's Mr Basketball In 2006 Stanley Robinson was found dead at a Birmingham home. He was a standout at Helfman Hi later playing for UConn, the coroner's office, saying no sign of foul play. Robinson was 32. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news. Now back to your host. Here's J T really, Thank you very much. It is 7 34 But tell you what talking about sports and what's going to be happening in this fall. I think that obviously the jury's still out on where we're going with all this, but It's not looking real good. Still no word on what's gonna happen with SEC. Football. Morgan Freeman. I'm talking Facebook live. Yeah, that's him. Talk about restaurants down in Gulf shores. It is we're doing Facebook live and doing the show. Because if you're listening, you're like, what are you talking about? Morgan Freeman. He goes to a restaurant Gulf shores that we went to this past week, and it is so delicious called big fish anyway. All right, sports. This the fall is just going to be all over the map. The SEC still has not come out and said, Here's what we're going to do. You know, the decision's got to be here pretty soon on all of them. NFL says. If you're going, you gotta wear a mask. Yeah, Yesterday the NFL announcer fan to attend the games this season will be required to wear masks. Not all teams are allowing all fans, but the Atlanta Falcons just announced. They're going to see it up to about 20,000 people for their home games that stadium there. Normally holds about 141,000 people, so 20,000 fans In a big football stadium like that. I guess it's better than nine. But it's going to be so different this year. No doubt about it. No word on what's gonna be happening with Alabama and Auburn in schools. And everybody's wanted No, not just fans, but the coaches and players as well. But right now Ah, it's Goa Sze usual. But I don't see that happen. They're just waiting on the deadline of when that decision has to be made to make it hoping it's a miracle drop from the sky, and we can allow all the fans back in there. Could you imagine going toe? Brian? Danny Stadium this fall full packed. Stay. I'm not sure you know I jump into then, would you Um But the good news is Dr SAG feels pretty good about the direction we're headed. Now, with all the social distancing. We've re kind of introduced ourselves, too, and re committed to in the masks that were wearing now more people around the country are wearing masks. Now, more people are buying into it saying, Look, it's a wall of protection. If you've got one, and I've got one That's better than neither one of us having him on. At least there's something there. And that does make a difference. I understand people, are you 00 you know, those particles get through those masks and those cloth mask so they're not total proof total 100% proof. You know of keeping the virus away from you. But still It's something all right, also going on. We're not washing her hands in an average of eight times a day that is picked up. Obviously. That's up from five before the virus hit. We wash on an average of 19 seconds, up from 13 seconds, according to a survey here. But almost one in eight people still don't always wash their hands. After using the bathroom. What's matter with you people get in there. Wash your hands, all right, coming up. I love our next guest. He's here occasionally with us and always bringing it big time. Clay Clark, who's the founder of thrive? 15 dot com It's a company offering online education for entrepreneurs..

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"alabama high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Last night. The Alabama High School Athletic Association is set to announce last night tomorrow so it would be today fall sports or go without delays. Practice can begin on Monday, all students able to participate. Bandon cheer are deemed essential and can attend home in away games with no fan limitation in all of Holland right now, which is interesting, local says local systems will be able to alter This potentially in all of that, But we know that's one. That's an effect in all of this, As we look, certainly at the college level, we know Alabama and its importance to the football landscape there. What could potentially be precedent being set in other parts of the state are well, yeah, I mean, we've seen other states, the bigger States, California. There is no Ah high school football going to be going on this fall. Nothing going on this fall in sports in California. We know in Texas. They've delayed the bigger I think five and six class a little bit the other class. I think they're starting at the normal time. So those 2 to 2 of the biggest, especially recruiting states, but high school football places in the country, one not having any of it. The other Still going to have it and then we trickle down. You tested Alabama. I know here in Connecticut, certainly not known as a great football state, but they last week started their practices for football, So I think you're going to see in most places. You're going to see some high school football, which really kind of made. I think some some eyebrows go up that said, California is not going to do it. And you're really gonna have to start wondering about college football for California teams as well. Given the state they're in They're about to pass. I think New York in covert deaths. I believe if I was reading correctly there, so it's been tough there and they're closing things down again. What sports may actually happen out there? One. I guess that's the thing is, you're looking at each situation relative to its backdrop of Connecticut, saying it's starting sports up again. Connecticut has been one of the very few states that has things trending in the right direction from one of the few times we've been proud rest we have, and I quickly want to say it's either death or covert cases. I one of the two they were passing New York. California has been a hotbed of this really since the beginning, and a lot of this, and it's been a state that's been at the center off a lot of this now, So I believe if this was highly questionable at this 20.3 banana phone would ring Poppy would pick it up. And it would be the Bluejays on the phone wondering of Alabama had any spots for them. How about eventually come and play down there? But that's what I mean. We talk about the movers and shakers in all this. Alabama, the SEC all the surrounding decisions made in that area that are going to have probably a massive effect on what happens in the world of college football. I get this is high school not going to react to too much to it. But this is one of the few places that we've seen staying saying Come out very publicly were going full steam ahead. No fan restriction. Yeah, and you wonder all these states that have a high school football. Let's just take it all the way down there. Probably gonna have little league football as well. I would imagine. If you're doing high school, it would go down. You know, there's a lot of decisions to be made some, obviously, in the bigger scope like schools, opening, whether they're going to open and I mean like grade schools and high schools are on the country. Not so much colleges so and then sports to go along with it, But you're right. Alabama basically saying, we're open for business fan, and that's That's the biggest difference. Fans and everything you know, and I didn't read in there. Like the NFL has said. If you're going to have fans, you have to wear a mask. I didn't see that. I don't know if that's been stated in Alabama. If there are fans at these games do they have to wear any kind of face covering it all? I don't know what I didn't see that in there. I have not either. But that is worth noting that Brian McCarthy cannot yesterday for the NFL and said any fans that over the course of this season and all because we know that situation is going to be flushed, and I'm sure even in places like New Jersey, where right now it's no fans. For this. If it it all becomes a possibility. I'm sure they'll explore it. And if they do, you're gonna have to where they are. I would say it's going to be like what NASCAR is doing and what like the PGA is doing right. NASCAR didn't have fans for the first few races, and they slowly built up to their All Star race on July 15th. At between 20 and 30,000 fans. They're the PGA was going to start having fans. They pushed it a little bit, But soon they're going to start having fans so you could probably see now again. It isn't until you know until September 10th or whatever it is that the NFL season starts. We'll see where we are then. But you think maybe it'll start without fans and then lead to having fans and again. If you do you have to come in with that face mask, and I think it's just again in the interest of doing as much as you can early on in this process right now and for the NFL, they're going to have so many variables they need to worry about. The thing is, it's going to be enforcement, though, and we've talked about this. In a number of different guards, the NFL and this is not to compare the two activities at all. But we remember when NASCAR band the Confederate flag right, we said, because these racetracks tend to host fewer races over all right. There's a lot more resource is that you can devote for your one Cup series race at that level to finding scouring the scouring the track for and weeding out any of those Confederate flags to enforce that policy. With the NFL. While the game day re sources are certainly plentiful, you're playing a lot more games. In theory, you're you're a team and you're hosting X amount of home games every year. And so it's not putting it all into one when it comes to that that's going to be the difficult part. Um, is especially depending on how many fans you're allowed to have in the stadium is how you go about actually enforcing that policy and getting any teeth..

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Bill would lift yoga ban in Alabama schools, but don't say namaste

Dr. Wendy Walsh

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Bill would lift yoga ban in Alabama schools, but don't say namaste

"Alabama lawmakers could soon lift a decades old ban on yoga in public schools that bill says local school districts can decide if they want to teach yoga poses and stretches however the move that exercise is taught to students must have exclusively English names and chanting mantras and teaching the greeting namaste will still be

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Li-Fi Makes New Waves in Aerospace Industry

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Li-Fi Makes New Waves in Aerospace Industry

"The university of Alabama school of law online, choose between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master in taxation for non-lawyers. Connect. And learn with live lectures details. Had Bama by distance dot U, A dot EDU. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming up, you've heard of wifi. That's old news. It's all about life. I now much faster than WI fi. It has become one of the biggest innovations in the aerospace industry. Lightning fast internet on aircrafts is about to take off more after these tech headlines. The FBI is looking into whether lab testing startup, you bio used improper billing codes in claims and sought payment for unnecessary tests. You buy ohm had been trying to build a business on testing patients microbiomes the microorganisms in the gut, and other parts of the body based on emerging science that suggests microbes can play a role in health as the Wall Street Journal. Previously reported FBI agents searched the company's San Francisco offices in April step to date with the very latest on the probe and the tech behind it at wsJcom. The CIO journal says information technology executives are pushing to make their systems, more energy efficient developing and tweaking software to cut waste. And now tracking how much energy their operations consume. IT leaders are choosing to play a bigger role in reducing the energy consumption of the hardware, and software as well. A crucial part of this is the companies moved to the public cloud, which of course, cuts down on energy guzzling data centers. Take atlassian Corp Sydney-based maker of online collaboration tools for business. For instance, the company aims to run all of its direct operations primarily buildings on one hundred percent renewable energy, including wind and solar by twenty twenty five and care for one of Europe's largest grocery retailers is unloading most of its operations in China were big box retailers are struggling to keep up with nimble delivery providers the kind that are currently winning over shoppers. The move also marks. The latest retreat by a western company in China in the face of stiff competition from home, grown rivals care for is selling an eighty percent stake in its Chinese business, including more than two hundred stores. This comes at a price tag of about seven hundred million dollars. The French company wants a dominant force in many tiny cities saw its sales in the market fall, five point nine percent last year. This comes as western companies are finding the country, brutally competitive and fraught with regulatory hurdles McDonald's. Hewlett Packard and Uber. Armone those who have pulled back or chain strategy in recent years. Coming up picture this lightning fast internet on aircraft. That uses light to transmit signals have the airspace industry is taking it to the next level with life by the university of Alabama school of law online Jews between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master and taxation for non-lawyers. Connect and learn with live lectures detail. At Bama by distance dot UA dot EDU. One of the biggest innovations showcased at the recent Paris air show. The one that still has all the airspace enthusiasts talking is life by French company pardon. My French and I mean this, I'm sorry let's say co year. Claims lie fi is up to one hundred times faster than WI fi. Here's surge Barringer senior VP for research and tech at the company explaining the difference. So the wifi is working with a radio frequency. Where was your life fibroids with, like making life by even more notable? It eliminates the sensitivity to radio frequencies, a frequency was impacting health, Folsom, people addict sensitive fall some others that doesn't work but know not lots of a wifi embedded in the prophets. It will impactful her of people in town and for all the five G hype. Here's where something like five G really comes into. Play for WI fi. It's by cutting the costs of satellite operations, which then makes more of the tech free for airlines and passengers to use for the satellite communication gonna do the across to the rest of the will does have limited bandwidth, but in the coming years to sip all to the five G deployment, launch number of satellites willow to reduce the cost of set. Calm and enable and support the deployment of five G himself countries will be faster than in others, but in a long term, you will have a better and cheaper connection than in these today to from from your cuff to the rest of the will catch up with more of what you may have missed. The Wall Street Journal, has full coverage of the latest in airspace technology. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boosters. Thanks for listening.

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Can Cybersecurity Take on Facial Recognition Risks?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Can Cybersecurity Take on Facial Recognition Risks?

"The university of Alabama school of law online, choose between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master in taxation for non-lawyers. Connect. And learn with live lectures details. Had Bama by distance dot U, A dot EDU. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming up trade dispute aside, when it comes to the biggest emerging Tech Trends, we're does the US stand against China from digital payments to facial recognition tech where the race has settled as of late and how cyber safe is this race. Anyway, that's after these tech headlines. Speaking of China's Weiwei technologies is delaying the release of its much hyped foldable smartphone. It is delayed until September from previously announced launch date of June at the journals Delyth tech conference in Hong Kong last week, Vincent Pang. It senior vice president said the move follows Samsung's decision to delay the late April launch of its galaxy fold after the device reviewers discovered problems with its foldable screen while way continues to remain in testing mode with Mr. Pang adding that the company is moving to release the device, quote as early as we can and quote. Lyrics site. Genius media group accuses Google of lifting its content. Here's the story genius says Google made a subtle change to some of the songs on its website, alternating the lyrics apostrophes between straight apostrophes and curly single, quote marks there is a difference, that's according to genius. Google denies wrongdoing. The complaints come amid mounting concerns over the business practices of Google and other tech giants, the Wall Street Journal recently reported that the Justice department is gearing up for a new anti-trust probe into the search company. And you reporting shows that car companies are stepping up efforts to tackle distracted driving from installing cameras to new monitoring tech that detects wanna driver's attention. Wanders from the road case in point, Volvo will start using new I tracking devices across his light up over the next few years in a system that would send an alert when a driver's eyes or verdict for too long Subaru, for its part installed a similar driver monitoring system and its forced or crossover last year. And BMW also is introduced trackers in a limited number of models, combating distracted driving has long been frustrating challenge for car companies regulators and law enforcement. And according to the journal, safety and insurance groups say distraction related deaths are likely much higher because many drivers are reluctant to admit to mobile use. After an accident coming up checking in on where the US ranks among some of the biggest global Tech Trends on the horizon, and how safe we are among them the university of Alabama school of law online choose between. An l l m in tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master and taxation for non-lawyers. Connect and learn with live, lectures, details at Bama by distance dot A dot EDU. Checking in on some of the biggest global Tech Trends while concepts like facial recognition check and digital finance continued to face much pushback in the US, some of the world's biggest tech companies are telling a slightly different story. Fresh off the stage at WSJ's de live conference in Hong Kong. The CEO of online travel company, booking Glenn Fogel, says China in particular, is using facial recognition to increase efficiency noting. The country is a head of the US in digital payments, and fischel recognition, nobody Lee, you is thinking all Ali pay, or we chat with that, but people live on that in China. And one of the biggest things are some of the technology differences. So, for example, things being really, picked up fast in, in China in general facial recognition in China, where they're using it to make it more efficient to get through an airport or any type of security thing. And this became more efficient, d she spans beyond China. And as we creep into the world. Of digital regulation. New such tech is beginning to cause headaches for companies who have customers worldwide different parts of the world, different legal jurisdictions that are coming up with different rules, Judea GDP are in Europe. You got this California law and all sorts of different things coming up in the questions. Sometimes I conflict in the makes it really hard for a global player, especially when you have customers who are going all these different jurisdictions, which one applies. How do you do it? How do you match that up? That's costly. It'd be lovely if there was sort of one Google regulation privacy, we've got a little follow that, and where do you store, the data incredibly complex issues. We got a lot of people working on it again, from my point of view of the CEO. I just make sure that it'd be understands all of our employees understands. How important it is to make sure we do. What is right? Which is maintaining the privacy for our customers because he had don't do that. You lose that trust. And you lose that trust you lose the consumer that's on. We don't want to have happened leads us to the very important question of cybersecurity at WSJ's recent CFO network annual meeting in wash. Washington. We learn how CFO's grapple to figure out how much cyber security spending is enough. Judith Pinto, managing director at promontory financial has more on where the business of cybersecurity goes from here encryption is going to need to change an understanding sort of the impacts with what you have is really critical, the risk, we have with a lot of these technologies that are very powerful. Whether it's quantum computing or AI machine learning is the bad actors have access to the same tools and oftentimes are very well funded and trained in how best use these we're seeing a lot of firms trying to the game because the impact could be huge for more on what the biggest tech leaders have to say on the matter, head to wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York, I'm Tanya boost dose. Thanks for listening.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"It's an interesting that the J J clinic. Clinic with the moments that it had to be separated. I appreciate the kademi for doing. There you go. All right. Well, there's there's the other nominee next stuff. We have the next for excellence in journalism. We have CBS Zion came love this camera. Loved it loved being able to see nothing but Zion for two straight hours. That is what I tune in for when I watch basketball. Congratulations CBS on the nomination. There. Also wanna nominate the guy who film coach K light. The guy who filled coach K lighting the minora during Hanako duke's campus, coach K gave like the weirdest sound bites. You've ever heard of. Oh my God. Please go look at that video the academy does not provide a right now. But, but it will definitely be out in the world you'd go check that out. It also led to me bringing up the story of the Maccabi embossing it. So I appreciate the kademi awarding coach K for that moment. And the guy who filmed it next up the next nominee for excellence journalism, we have grand couch, a friend of the program leaving the top three teams off the ballot. And then telling us he doesn't even want his AP vote. And this is why this has to be this is the funniest moment in in college basketball media when he was honored podcast, and the whole reason we have him on to defend his ballot. And he was he had so much honor in his ballot. In like, here's why I'm so principled in structured. And I've really thought about this, and I have this algorithm and on and on and on and he so he defends why leaves the top three teams in the country off of his ballot completely. And then he slips into there at the end. He's like, I don't even want to stupid vote. I've been trying to get rid of it for years. To perfect that is that is journalism at its finest also nominated for excellence in journalism is LeBron's HBO documentary called student athlete where he explained to the to the American people that college athletes are not paid. But this is crazy. And this is what I learned to this documentary the adults like the administrators in the NCAA themselves. They're actually making a lot of money. Yes. From from college sports. So very eye opening stuff there from the Brian James. We really appreciate that this documentary enlightened us through the the recruiting decision made by Nick Richards to go to play basketball Kentucky, we learned that he went to Kentucky because he likes the color blue light blue. Yes. So I thank you for that journalism next up next time he for excellence journalism. We have Jay Bilas calling the head of the Alabama High School Athletic association to tell him he's wrong. He's wrong about inch wrong may aura may Ori may ory. Devon for may already Davenport. Yeah. The the the yeah. The we we remember that saga. The the remember the sagas was deemed an. Jay wrote this long he writes, his long article where he's quoting the the Alabama High School Athletic association, stricter because he he called them. It was like, sir. Explain yourself. It's wrong. It's wrong. So great journalism. They're j get on the phones next nominee is Michael avenues tweet. You gotta say, right. It's not as he calls himself like Godley. Oh, he's. Like, I got. All right. Our next nominee is Michael Nadi. I've really he would be. I want him on the podcast. Explain that what he said. So we need to treat them, right? His his tweet, read and Duke dot dot com. That is now he's tweeted a lot of stuff. He said a lot of stuff. But the cabbie says. Canopy was clear that the only thing being nominated is his one three said and Duke dot dot dot. Yes. So great journalism there. We really appreciate that. I I appreciate the specificity of the academy as well. I appreciate them being very specific. With all things. The next time we have for excellence in journalism as a colleague of ours. A main who came on the program with us. Mr John Gonzalez, traveling all the way to Greece to hang out with his best, buddy. Coach Rick Pitino. Unbelievable job wrote a great story on Rick Pitino gay gay. Give us a lot of nuggets..

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"alabama high school" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Cool. So the kitchen will be very active today will make it spending time, you never know not just on Wednesdays. But it could spend today Greg on vacation back tomorrow. Right. So yesterday something happened to me. That I haven't done in a long time it was somewhat enjoyable, but at the same time, I knew I was missing something. And that is that J C, you know, the high school association has this little role that. That if you don't have a buzz whatever lined up for the kids, they can't drive themselves to games that that they're playing in JC plays baseball for high school. He goes to and they had what they call an area gain. And you know, you get normally have about three people three three or four teams in your area, depending on the size of the area. I guess and and so last night was one of those nights, and he had to go down south where Rick has scared us to death because sixty five I sixty five run nightmare north to south right through Alabama. When you get to Birmingham south. There's so much construction right now, and it's going to be nice. But right now, it's pretty ugly. It'll scare you to death. And so we had decided that we're not going to go on sixty five. Because like Rick said, hey, when I go the form, I don't get up on sixty five anymore. He says I got that rule. Well, and it's it's a beautiful drive down in that area. And so yesterday J C, and he came home from after school, and and we only had about twenty minutes to turn it around. You know, you know, eating, you know, doing whatever getting ready getting back out the door, and I guess in all the just everything moving. Try hurry. Traffic's bad of getting reports because normally JV plays in front of are getting all the reports from some of the JV parents that I know oh my gosh. Sixty five is all the traffic and people sending pictures of car sitting there. And I'm like, hey, let's hurry. Even though we're not going sixty five we need time. And I ran out and forgot my phone, and I get about maybe two to three minutes down the road in already out in traffic when I realized it. And and I said, oh my gosh. I forgot my phone and jaycee said you think we got time. And I said buddy, I don't think we do. I said we're going to be. I mean, it's going to be white knuckle and hurry hurry. I said, oh, we can just kind of as that way. And not be stressed. And I said I might have to use your phone during the game. I just text takes the family the group techs. Hey, dads on my phone tonight. But I, but I couldn't get that to all my friends. And or, you know, somebody needs to be book for the show Marco Polo you. Yeah. Yeah. So I knew all that was out. And there was no way for me to tell anybody that. So I'm hoping well, let me just tell my wife and kids, and and if they can find me, but I gotta tell you it was probably some of the most enjoyable hours. I've had in a long time here where I could just not worry about in free. Yeah. Yeah. And I had his phone. Of course, I told him I had fun with him. I said I was going to go through Snapchat and everything else. Like, we always do from time to time. Just joking. I'm joking. But he was he was like that was like knobs. There's just have your phone. I'll have it women case emergency. In case, you mom needs me. She can find me. She was working. She couldn't make the game. So anyway, I just was I was just like so stress-free during the time of no phone, so I get home and it's late y'all. It's late. I mean may. Four hours sleep is what I got because you know, anytime, and I don't know what it is. But anytime, you have these games where you know, you're you're traveling thirty to forty five minutes away. And then they don't start to six thirty or seven then you not finish into ten or ten fifteen. But then you gotta come home. So you I mean, and you're not and I had this happened to when you get home. It's not go right to your kind of jazz. What's going on? Everybody's starving and her you gotta get food and God forbid the drive through take less than twenty minutes. You know, because I guess at that point they're thinking, you know, I'm not in a hurry. It's ten it's ten ten fifteen. I'm on a hurry. You know? And so we finally get home. And so I go to my phone, and I see just the piles of Marco Polo's that I missed and all kinds of stuff just things just piled up the text messages, and I'm trying to reply alert. Hey, I'm sorry, man. I didn't have my phone. You know, all this kind of stuff. But it was just so nice just to sit back and go. Oh, man. I don't have my phone. And I'm like, why don't I do this more out of leave? My Greg does the best job of this especially on the weekends because we'll to reach out to him. But we won't hear from him. Like, he will not. And it's nothing. He's even told us because we talked about this Marco Polo. It's not that he is not watching what we're doing. Every six eight hours. He'll pick his phone read it watch it. And but he says, I just don't I don't really have anything to add phone back down. Yeah. And there is something freeing about it. And I don't do it enough. I need to take a day a week go about half a day without it just just throw it down. And and I try to do that the well the days that I took tried to take a couple of weeks ago. I don't remember what it was. I kind of did that. Yeah. I'll leave it in the bedroom. And I'll wear my watch. Sometimes from where I'm standing it'll sync up and get a message hit their here there. But it's nice free. Yeah. Yeah. How many times do you think? I went to the back pocket thanking my phone. Uncontrollably. When I didn't even need to and I'm like, we'll see. So what what am I doing? Anyway, just those phantom vibration. Yeah. Yeah. So everybody that really needed me. Sorry about that. And there was a lot of text messages and a lot of Markos, but and I missed out on all that. But some of you waking up today to to my text that you sent me late yesterday afternoon that I sent you at like eleven fifteen Levin thirty last night responding. So so sorry about that. But it was it was not it was weird because you were in that that that decision mode of do I turn around and go home. Is it worth it to go get it, do I just go without it? And the decision was made to go without it. Just just don't worry about it go without it now. But we were close enough to where we could have turned around just at the time coach told him he had to be there. Yeah. We'd have been cutting close, by the way. So when they they can't drive it's Alabama high school. So they can't drive their south. He by called him by out on that. Hey, y'all know. So so drove today. I don't know. What happens they can't play as the game forfeited if? Find out and have camera footage to some player. Drove us shit. You know, what's what's the rolling? Some maybe some I don't know maybe some other coach or I don't know maybe could turn them in or I don't know. What would be done? I have. No, hey, kid, hit a home run earlier. You know, he drove himself to the game. Right. You know, they take it off the scoreboard. I mean, what do they do? They have to punishment for what's the consequences. I don't know. I don't know..

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"alabama high school" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Jack, talk we open up talking with Ty law that newest will ring to be elected to the pro football hall of fame, and he of course, is from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. I know we all know Ditka came out of Alabama high school, right? And there was. A famous musician. Or songwriter. And what was his name? Do you remember in the hall in the office there? They had a kind of a plaque up to him. Do remember that name? No, No. I I know. know can we look at? I'm looking at what what what John was. He was a classical was he I would you hear his name? You're not gonna seventy. So we gotta think someone else. No, no, no, not seventies. I'm talking about the forties in fifty. Well. I al- enka. Oh. Wasn't four. I mean, I've been only missing here. Pump is being man y'all need to get down there. We got chased one of each day there. Yep. We click Hudson right now. Yep. And obviously, we're make out of jeeter. We've been in ties Matt Dudek we've been in Pittsburgh, coach zora's has been there, December January, and we're circling through and he went through Aliquippa this past January. Okay. Good. We gotta get more than quips news. Absolutely one more question. Are you thinking about Henry man seen? Okay. Okay. Okay. That's a big one. That big. That's big now who who was your high school coach coach writing Rocco, okay? You had a coach framework. This is why I think like my mind works like one thousand nine hundred seventy now it seems like it was about four years ago. But you there was a coach there then he had his own TV show, and he was a real personality back in Pittsburgh. But the time, but but that would be way way before your time. Okay. Well, there's not computerized people don't realize another great basketball player. Mirrored visuals. Born do I did not know that his dad press wants Aliquippa high school Jonathan now. Yep. Well, one Rivas Uber lay. You know, we've got some hasn't guys come up feeder, western PA. What's your has? All only only did and tie law hall of fame. Am I correct on that that no it's only door saying he was have? Well, high school different high school. He was on his alachua mino-. You ask somebody doors? Cloudy Hopewell now. All his brothers went to Aliquippa. He decided to go to jail because he didn't want to go to the school where his brothers went for whatever reason, but you asked twenty doors cents day where you from eagles say Aliquippa, he will not save. What will guarantee.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Experience backing it all up. Thirty four. Discussing the case of Maury Davenport. She's a senior Alabama high school plays for Charles Henderson high. And she's been out of basketball for a while she played on team USA last year, and as his routine for team USA, they often reimburse people for kind of their travel expenses and things like that. Well, her parents received a check for eight hundred fifty seven dollars and twenty cents. It's called under loss. Wages is the term. They use it in quotes. She actually helped team USA to a gold medal win. Well, Alabama's High School Athletic association, executive director said that she was ineligible. And for for that reason, she was sidelined since late November pending a decision by that that jurisdiction there, and she's considered the most popular basketball player in America Maury, Davenport, getting lots of attention people like Kobe Bryant's some of the big time basketball, folks, Jay Bilas. And others. Are kind of fighting her battle. So it also do what this check now team. Your say has said we sent the check in error. We we realized that she was an active student in high school. They said it was a self-described clerical error. More. He played in this. America's under eighteen championship in Mexico City in the lawsuit. The parents again, a temporary overruling of this temporary. Stay in this decision. The court will that any ruling by the A H S A, which is Alabama High School Athletic association that their daughter is or maybe in algebra participants of basketball for the two thousand eighteen twenty nine thousand season is invalid and or for an order declaring Devonport eligible now she was able to play on the weekend and actually played in a win. She scored twenty five points beating team their team won seventy two to seventeen eighteen points in the first half. Why matter couple of things once she's the top ranked senior in the country is going to be playing at Rutgers next year this decision this emergency motion allowed her to play and return immediately. But it all has to do with adult decisions that affect young people. And that's really the reason I brought it up if an organization whether it's the Alabama high school off. Athletic association. What's the NC double A, we've seen these stories before or w I a in Wisconsin? Adults make mistakes, but the children pay the price is that fair to the kids. Now, the H S A, again, Alabama's High School Athletic association said that by cashing that check. She vital violated their amateurism rules by deposit now. They've said they didn't realize that was an issue. They had asked about it. They said, yeah, that's normal people. Do it. They cash the checks. They offer him everybody as again, the stipend for the cost of competing on the team, but had violated those state bylaws Athletic Association bylaws and until that was. Adjudicated? She was out of out of basketball and inner senior year against star player is that fair tour. I don't think it is. Now, judge I think did the right thing any grants that emergency motion that allows her to play, but this story continues. And as I said, Alabama, they're fighting it. The executive director of that organization, the H A, they're fighting it. I don't think it's fair. Now, these things happen all the time. Switch with select teams. Now that you have in these these tournaments that are held both in the United States and overseas parents are often given that opportunity if you have a child that's going to move on. Or even still wants to play in their currencies. And that's the issue. It's different. If you're out of high school. And you're not gonna play college basketball. No, one cares. But if you're gonna play basketball, it does matter let's go to Linda Klein from Tulsa WTMJ. I disagree in essence that the parents didn't just go and cash the check the parents from what you're saying, they call the organization, and they asked if they should cash the check and they were told. Yes, it's fine. Go ahead and cash the check. Yeah. There's different reporting on that one story says, that's the case one story doesn't mention it. So there's there's different reporting on that. If that's the case, clearly, they would have an argument that can make a court if they were advised that that was the real now, I guess everybody's responsible for their own behavior. And I guess you really have to check these things out and. Yeah. Unless calls me, an attorney or something and saying, okay. You know, I mean, that's why even when you call for health insurance and stuff, I literally I call two or three times because you can get different answers from every person you talk to. In this case, the the Alabama High School Athletic association, they're not backing down. They're going to take this to the to its conclusion. They don't think she should be able to play. I just disagree. If you're advised that it's okay. Right. Other than having some thanks for the call Linda from calling from Pugh walkie. I think you have to. Tomorrow tosa, rather, I think you have to give the parents the benefit of the doubt here and you want people to play by the rules. You want it to be fair to everybody. I think you have to think about these things. And then look at it in a much different way. I don't wanna see this young woman's career ruined because of this. She actually was helping win a gold medal at this tournaments in Mexico City from what I understand at least from one of the counts her parents were asked or asked if they could cash the check and she would still be eligible, and they said, yes. The USA basketball has said it was a clerical error on their on their part, which issued a check in the first place. I think there's some some merit there. But the interesting case coming out of Alabama and high school start. These are not a dime a dozen. But they happen a lot. I guess you always have to be aware of what the rules are. But in this case, it seems like the parents did the right thing. And frankly, I don't have any problem with the actions that they took. All right coming up next is this an appropriate use of the police. I'll tell you what's happening next. Oh, you gotta give away. Those Neil young. Got a sell those Neil young tickets.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Student cannot accept payment for loss of time or wages while participating in athletics. As part of expenses. Steve Savary's who heads that board sanctioned sanctioned Davenport by suspending her for the year the year. Now, the ruling appealed twice with Devonport losing both times is sparking outrage even NBA players like Chris Paul have tweeted, how is this even fair she shouldn't pay for someone else's mistake. This is crazy. But in a statement, Alabama High School Athletic association, central board of control president Johnny harden responded to the claims like this saying that impart that the if accepted is made to the rule for Davenport quote. There would no longer be a need for an amateur rule. The rules were applied equally to all athletes. Furthermore, most eligibility violations are the result of adults failing to follow the rules here. The student's mother as a certified. AH SA coach should have known the rules. The school's principal should have known the rules. The head basketball coach as not only a coach, but a former central board member should know the rules. Let's bring an ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas. He wrote a story about this on ESPN w called the maddening case of may Ori Davenport. And Steve Savary's for ESPN w j I know you spoke to Steve Savary's, the executive director of this of this committee. What did he have to say what was his main point as to why they're enforcing this rule on miss Davenport? Well, as made point was basically rules are rules in. There are no exceptions in the state of Alabama. Even though that the young woman, Mary Davenport did absolutely nothing wrong. And this was nothing more than a one off a clerical error. And Mr Savary admitted to me that this has never happened before in the state of Alabama. It's not expected to happen again. But he went into sort of sounded honestly a little bit like Avery Brundage. When he started talking about this that if he were to make an exception in this case every rule would be open to being broken, and it would open Pandora's box. And they wouldn't have the ability to force any rule on their books, and it was sort of bizarre. Frankly unreasonable interpretation of. In the one case he says, it's not going to happen again. In the other case, he brings up the slippery slope argument that we know as lawyers that if we make the exception here who knows where this could go. Now, let me ask you this though, he did mention as did the president of this committee. They mentioned that her mother is a coach that the coach others should've known once this money came in. What did you make of that? I think it's a misdirection. And frankly in the statement that the Alabama High School Athletic association, put out there were there were misrepresentations. Frankly, falsehoods won a lot of things that were misleading. Well, first of all they said that a player another high school player that was on that international team USA basketball team from Illinois got the check from USA basketball did not cash it call the Athletic Association, and then sent the check back on cashed that's false. And now the Alabama High School Athletic association knows it's false. And they have not corrected it and they're saving. They've known as falls for about twenty four hours now at least the Illinois player Anaya people's who's going to Notre Dame next year accepted. The check the same way my ory Devon port did when they found out in November. When USA basketball contacted them both she'd already cash the check she sent the money back like moreover, damn Mary damn. Did and the Eleanor Athletic Association said that's good enough for us as long as you sent the check back. No harm. No foul. You are eligible and Alabama handle the differently. But they're representing that the other young lady people's is eligible because she never cashed the check. And that's that's the difference. And frankly, that's not true. And look you don't wanna play. Gotcha here. Yeah. But you kind of say, well, wait a minute. Did the Alabama association lie intentionally or was it just an innocent mistake? And it's the same kind of same kind of analysis. Really, do you think it would be different? If this was a big time football players something Easter..

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"alabama high school" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"It all checks out. Yeah. Interesting. You know, the funniest thing to me about this whole. I mean, it was a it was a great argument was put out to the world. I'm glad that people are picking up on the story because it is deserved to be discussed. You know, because it's such a a issue. That's you know, rampant because first of all team USA. How dumb are they in the financial department election this girl, check in the first place. I mean, that's that's pretty dumb. So there's there's some there's some figures we pointed there, but also Jay Bilas is wearing like under. Armor shoes like bringing you a sponsor segment by the new hover phantoms and then talking about this situation. So I mean, you know, I got I got to take everything with like you don't talk about tone. I'm going to tone that down a little bit, buddy. He's like spanking. I love where my Hct phantoms when I go and play pick up at the local YMCA. I am. I'm pro Bilas. I love bills. I think Bill was awesome. Especially there's somebody should he color commentators in college basketball on you know, who you are some of them. Listen to this podcast. You know, your your shitty. You know, who you are? Yeah. Wrong take that. It is just kidding. We love you Bilas bills one of the good ones. But and I and I like Bill a lot. But what I like more than anything is making fun of stuff. And I there's nothing more fun than than than Bill is just going nuts about the say, especially like taking these like no brainer. Like like, the Nazis or wrong. Like those positions. Yes. It's like you you find the evil villain where like everyone agrees like. Yeah. The guys kind of a dick, you know? I mean. Really? He's he's picked like the one case. Like, no one in the right mind is gonna easily this is raw. And he he just keeps you to say to. I'm making fun of him. I know Brits awesome. That uses a platform and tries to help these these these kids. Yeah. How do I religious? It is kind of a sterile that. He's just basically like this is wrong. Really say, and then leaves it to that. I mean, Braxton Beverly is a perfect example that to where it's just it's a no brainer decision. You know what I mean? It comes down to common sense everybody if they get in a room and talk about it can be figured out. But a lot of times the instability just makes decisions based on a rule book that they made up and then they go. Well, it's it's the rules that everyone goes didn't you make up those rules like forty years ago? They're like pass it is it is refreshing, though, that it wasn't the say this time, it was the Alabama High School Athletic association, so Bilas diversifying his his targets here. So thank you. Thank you. Jay, also, come on the pod, we won't have you on the podcast. Do you think would Alabama national title? They tweeted Jay Bilas roll tide like as if they're on the side, they're on the side of their their high school association. That'd be great. Moving on. I I wanna make this as I said there's a lot that went on and in basketball in college basketball this weekend. I wanna make good guy bag how guy the most extensive segment I wanna drag this thing out as much as possible. And I think I'm ready. I we did the good guy. We did the bag. I I wanna do a bad guy with a d. I also wanted to do a Brad guy. And then we can get to Kyle guy. Cows guy in cows guy. Are we down for this? 'cause I have I have a. I want to bring up to you. Yes. Please. Give me a bag because bad guy was originally a part of this segment we had to cut it because it was started. Like it never happened to call someone bad, especially when they couldn't get the differentiation between bag and bed. You know what I mean? But bad guy who do we have here. I want to I want the title the pie. This this episode of the podcast. Just be good guy. Bad guy, bad guy. Brad guy. Whatever the fuck is. Yes..

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"alabama high school" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Go he get a lot of probably can what is home yeah great players what would you fail gotta do it on a lot of those high profile players of sunday and i think i'm i'm big on make legal get georgia fit this we're gonna take care the tigers we won't be clumps in this year but 'bout we go to clubs and get to the by you know that game is don't you it's it's a clemson that take it to the by game cutlery own tunes into six nineteen to right yeah it's it's still during the fifth larry was not talking to you yeah is good day to be gamecocks two teams i don't like the most most stay home the trumps and tigers and the georgia divo and at least week go into our snow go gamecocks nice talking to you you got about hey thanks i mean can you give me whatever that gentleman is drinking and not have one of those as well welcome back paul thank you thank you i'm in great you're here from you i i like the way you kinda ease that i was in hollywood well i mean when you're in hollywood you're in hollywood you wake up there's the hollywood sign and sunset boulevard and did my screen test i got the job and see you guys later well i guess you know that's something that maybe you jim and roseanne both having common may both talk a big game until they get busted and then they they waller screaming they're winding pity and forgive me forgive me forgive you she hadn't got a job jim hadn't got you up i didn't hear jim's naming in in in the major league baseball draft didn't hear it in the nfl draft and didn't hear didn't alabama high school you know.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"No i everybody's hurting school the school shootings going on and i talked to us for i think everything's funny in its own way i have like in like two years when you know the school shootings go over twenty school shooting jokes i'm just back logging them right now you know i'm trying to be nice respectful respectable but it's it's so weird because i know that at least four of my teachers in my school carried mail there would never be fucking goal shooting in an weaver alabama high school never fucking what the waiver waiver wave around by weight morale by in school we had this one class make still doesn't believe it's real we had a class call that adventure bound where all did was go camping sunny carve would start fires ride bikes ride bikes and we had this like huge course in the back where it was like fucking tight rope walking but like two hundred feet in the air l shit not too jealous get to do fuck adventure fucking to cold kenny live like a town over for way don't fuck in have that like what the fuck why can't bike for our you'd go camping on where it caught act like in canoe trips to private school no fucking public public jackson school system the jackson's like the redneck town we had like it was part of home act but it was like a nature section of class and we just had like walks in shine.

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Superintendent: Metal detectors weren't in use at Alabama school before fatal gun accident

The Brad and Dan Show

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Superintendent: Metal detectors weren't in use at Alabama school before fatal gun accident

"To school districts to consider letting some teachers be armed in birmingham alabama metal detectors cern focus as police investigating a deadly shooting at a high school this week the superintendent of birmingham city schools lisa herring said during a news conference that the detectors weren't on to alert police to the gun brought into huffman high school that killed seventeen year old portland harrington and wounded another student wednesday herring says that won't happen again and promises further action increase the presence of metal detectors and so we have already activate in our efforts in ensuring that we've made.

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'The Walking Dead' Has Worst Showing in Many Years

24 Hour News

02:31 min | 3 years ago

'The Walking Dead' Has Worst Showing in Many Years

"The walking dead has had its worst showing in quite a few years the nielsen companies as the latest episode of the amc series was seen by six point eight million viewers on sunday that's the show smallest audience since 2012 and the worst showing among the eighteen to forty nine year old demographics since 2010 amc's those people are watching tv much differently now with an increase in people who see it through online forums not measured well by nielsen at adds the show still poised to be the most watched series among viewers for the sixth year in a row archie jug had betty and veronica are getting very far away from riverdale they're going to bollywood archie comics and graphic india say their teaming up to create a bollywood style live action film that reimagined the american suburban perpetual teens as indian characters the companies are touting the film as the first international comic to be translated for indian screens ten headlines from the associated press in one minute ten in one president trump's economic adviser gary cohn is leaving the white house trump says is no chaos at the white house and instead says there is what he calls a great energy an attorney for a porn star who claim she had sex with trump says she's suing to set the record straight a snowy nor'easter brings the threat of more power problems to the northeast the trump administration suing california to block state laws that extend protections to people living in the us illegally democrats and women running for congress win big in texas primaries as south african triathlete sman severely injured in a thaw attack syrian troops looked to split a rebelheld and clave in to near damascus many saudi women are learning how to drive as the kingdom gets ready to lift its ban on women driving in june and the houston rockets beat the oklahoma city thunder for their sixteen 16th straight win for the ap i'm jennifer o'neill with riffat the new york times blackstone and critics everywhere overall raving about annihilation journey at leaking in thing in it's on mindblowing experience she now it's certified fresher mutton tomatoes annihilation witted are now playing alabama school shooting florida gun bill i'm tim mcguire than ap news been at a 17yearold high school girl a senior is dead another 17yearold injured in a shooting today inside huffman high school.

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One student dead, another hurt in Alabama school shooting

The Mark Levin Show

01:17 min | 3 years ago

One student dead, another hurt in Alabama school shooting

"To maine or under winter storm warnings and watches big challenge for teachers and administrators at huffman high school in birmingham alabama how do we call that little is safe after an event like this how do we reassure our children that is the work that we will take on every single day murmuring the school superintendent lease a herring on a shooting at a high school the left one girl dead and a boy wounded police are trying to determine if it was an accident or intentional a new gun bill is making the rounds of the us senate we're here to announce our intention to file legislation to encourage states to do at florida hopefully will do today and that's an act their own gun violence protection orders florida republican marco rubio on the provisions that would give courts authority to take away guns from someone deemed to be a threat the provision is in a bill the florida lawmakers passed a day other items in that masur include raising the minimum purchase age for all guns to 21 requiring a threeday waiting period and setting up rules for arming some staffers but not schoolteachers he's still a spokesman but no longer and owner former nfl quarterback peyton manning has sold all all thirty one poppa john's pizza stores that he owned in the denver area he closed on the deals just two days before the chain and the nfl ended their sponsorship.

"alabama high school" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Seeing parroted by the media as a group called every town every tell us a gun control group and every town said there were eighteen school shootings in the month of january now you might be wondering why i hear about the school shootings every single day answers because there were not eighteen school shootings in the month of january they're more like three k even one is terrible but there were no mass school shootings and the and the ones that exist are bad enough without having to blow it up to eighteen and we can go through them by abc news at the eighteen school shootings in the first forty five days of two thousand eighteen according to every town than newark daily news said the same thing but that's not true okay twice said accounted counter these visas gun incidents on campus twice someone shot themself on a school grounds one incidents on january third featured a man shooting himself in a former schools parking lot on january ten the teen killed himself and in arizona elementary school bathroom hit that is not a school shooting that is he school suicide if four times a bullet was fired through school or dorms window a gunshot on january fourth was fired at a high school in seattle from an office window no one was hurt on january ten the shot was fired shattering a california university classroom window no injuries reported the same day in texas a bullet was accidentally fired through a classroom wall at the grace in college criminal justice center no one injured and journey fifteen a bullet traveled through a residential halls dorm room no injuries reported jenner 25th mobile alabama high school student fired a gun on campus no injuries on january twenty six scots where shots were fired from a car in the parking lot no injuries on february fifth third way to pull the trigger on a cops gun noone was injured on february eight the shot was fired inside metropolitan high school no one was injured okay there have only been a few cases in which some was injured other than the shooter january twenty second in texas a teenage girl was wounded by shots from a semiautomatic handgun at sameday a fourteen year old boy was injured in a.

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"alabama high school" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"alabama high school" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Crotch area so now it's this the the singles skater photo has been were and you can vote at pat unleashed on twitter which is worth the birthday get through those while prey manged police radio network the pant grade is here on the blaze radio network i am here thank you for being here as well aaa ct nine hundred thirty three 93 eid is free speech friday so you can call with whatever's on your mind whatever you want to talk about that you've not being able to get through on this this the whatever topic or from previous weeks or maybe we have any talked about it you just want to bring it up uh there's also this teacher who apparently had sex with a 16yearold student and since it's illegal she says that law is unconstitutional former alabama high school teacher that had sex with two o2 16yearold students angus ici answer think she's arguing that a state law prohibiting sex between school employees and students under nineteen no matter what school system they attend is unconstitutional charlie jones parker who's thirty one a pleaded guilty in august to having sex with students under nineteen adding that she's serving a threeyear prison sentence and is expected to be released september 2020 she's appealing her conviction based on the fact that it's unconstitutional to outlaw sex between a teacher and her students is six team that at a consensual h in alabama no is that what she sanford deal okay so she's saying.

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