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"aldus" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"7 you're information station sponsored by muckle chute casino. A new report says a top former Trump White House official will have to testify about the 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol, ABC News reports former chief of staff Mark Meadows among those ordered to testify by a federal judge, a grand jury's probing the events that led up to the riot that turned deadly January 6th Appears county sheriff's deputy was involved in a shooting with a man who allegedly was holding a grenade this morning, the deputy was not hurt and the man is dead. This happened near Franklin Pierce high school and nearby middle school. Firing squads were once a pretty standard form of capital punishment, but with medical advances and drug cocktails that promised a more peaceful exit, they had become a lot more unusual. There have been only three firing squad executions since the 70s, all of those happening in Utah now they could be making a comeback. ABC's Dave packer is joining us on the northwest news line, and it looks like Idaho is the first state to really take action on this, passing a bill to authorize firing squads. Why did they decide they needed to do that? Well, one of the things that's been pushing this is the lack of the availability of the drugs that they've been using in lethal injections, which have been kind of the standard means of execution over the last decades. Pharmaceutical companies are looking at that and they say, you know, we don't want to provide these drugs to kill people. We're in the business of saving lives, not taking lives. And so that's left states in a quandary and in order to carry out these executions. Many states are looking to the past and firing squads are something that really we're using military executions, not so much for prisoners, but they're taking a second look at that now. And surprisingly, some folks are saying this might be despite the fact that it seems to be a very violent way to die. A more humane means of execution. Right, I saw there was a Supreme Court opinion on this that said firing squads are less cruel than lethal injection. That was an opinion a descent from a justice Sonia Sotomayor of all people. You consider her usually, okay, here's a liberal justice, but her quote was what cruel irony that the method that appears to be most humane might turn out to be our most cruel experiment. Yeah, she's talking about lethal injection where some 7% of all lethal injections go wrong. You've seen some cases where the person didn't die. The person was writhing in pain, clenching teeth, and one thing you can say about firing squads are pretty foolproof and pretty effective. Right. So what is the acceptable threshold for pain during an execution? I mean, at the very least, you're going to have to restrain the prisoner. There's going to be some discomfort there. This is a really difficult question I would think. You know, you're going to kill this person, but you can't have them in pain in the meantime. And they're saying that in terms of firing squads, the bullets strike the heart rupturing it, and that causes immediate unconsciousness, whereas with some other means of execution, lethal injection, you might have somebody who sent you for a while, feeling this pain, and there's no way to really know what they're feeling because obviously you can't ask somebody later after they've been executed. But there's the appearance of pain. And then there's the question, how much pain should be allowable? There's unreasonable pain and suffering. But perhaps some amount of pain would be okay. Folks who die accidentally often experience pain. So, but what is cruel and unusual? So these are all the questions that are being wrestled with. And what they're finding is, in terms of firing squads, there doesn't seem to be much time between the bullets hitting someone. And the point at which they die. And I think that's what executioners are saying, okay, well, maybe this might be a better way to do it, even if it seems more violent. Do they ever allow prisoners to choose their own method? Yeah, they do. And in fact, that you had talked about recent cases there was at one in 2010 that happened in Utah. And that was a case where the prisoner was able to choose and chose the firing squad, which seemed a bit unusual at the time. But that was the method he chose. In times past, we had electric chairs and then some of those were botched and we saw the electric chairs be put away. Ever since there's been capital punishment, there's been this sort of wrestling with how we do this in a humane way. And not be the Barbarians that we're punishing. It's easy to put people on death row. But many states have found it very difficult to actually carry out these executions. Yeah. ABC's Dave packer, while the northwest news line. Northwest news times 6 20, time for your stock charts dot com money updates. Despite renewed concerns about strains in the financial system, stocks edged higher today and notched gains for the week. The S&P 500 twenty two points today that aldus Jules added 132. And the NASDAQ composite edged up 36. A people that began with the collapse of Silicon Valley bank had two other U.S. lenders earlier this month, spread to Europe with Credit Suisse's for sale to UBS last weekend. Today, Deutsche Bank's Frankfurt listed shares tumbled 8 and a half percent, even though observers indicated that the German bank is sound financially. That's your money now. Money news at 20 and 50 passed every hour and still ahead. I'm
"aldus" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"To the tech main ride home for Friday, February 24th, 2023 I'm Brian McCullough today is the DoJ about to sue to stop Adobe's acquisition of figma. Confirmation of the lower end mixed reality headset from Apple do next year, a reporter used an AI generated replica of a voice to bypass the voice verification system of a major bank, and of course, the weekend long read suggestions. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. Record scratch, a source has told Bloomberg that the DoJ is preparing to file an antitrust lawsuit to block Adobe's $20 billion figma acquisition as soon as March, Adobe expects to close the deal in 2023, but now quoting Bloomberg. A case is expected to be filed as soon as next month, although the timing could slip said one of the people. All of whom asked for anonymity to discuss the confidential probe, the deal needs approval from several antitrust authorities and the merger agreement allows for a possible extended regulatory review with an outside completion deadline of March 2024, Adobe had a meeting with the DoJ yesterday according to another person. The deal also faces an antitrust review in the European Union after the block's antitrust watchdog said, it had received requests from national regulators to look into the deal. The UK competition and markets authority is reviewing the merger as well. And the three jurisdictions often coordinate on their investigations. Adobe, the dominant force for years in software such as Photoshop and illustrator for design professionals, announced the deal to acquire figma in September. The purchase is a massive bet that more creative work will be done by small businesses and everyday users on the web, a market that figma has rapidly seized. While Adobe has introduced less expensive streamlined products for that audience, most of its offerings are still heavyweight programs aimed at specialists. The company still expects to close the transaction in 2023 and is engaged in quote constructive and cooperative discussions with regulators in the U.S. UK and EU among others, according to an Adobe spokesperson, the Justice Department declined to comment. Adobe tried to buy figma in 2020 and 2021 as the startup rapidly gained steam, according to a filing with details on how the merger came together. Eventually in 2022, figma accepted and offered double its valuation at a time when many of its peers were seeing decreases. Wall Street analysts saw the price tag as revealing severe competitive pressures on Adobe, sigma unsuccessfully solicited a bid from Microsoft two before accepting Adobe's offer. The lawsuit represents Adobe's most serious spat with antitrust regulators since the 1990s when it was forced to divest a program that competed with its illustrator graphic design program as part of a merger with aldus corporation. It saw another Justice Department investigation in 2005 over its acquisition of macromedia suite of web development software. But the deal was ultimately allowed to close without a legal challenge.
"aldus" Discussed on Devi Mahatmyam(Durga Saptashati)
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"aldus" Discussed on Good Boys Gone Bland
"Well sort of let's but we don't need five dogs make a basketball team. How many what. What's the human to dog ratio on these air. Bud teams on the air. Buds can human take on now like only one. That's actually say we have a dog basketball league all dogs. Nba or is it really humid in two dogs. Let's let's talk about dog we for simplicity. But i do think it would be great to have like three dogs and like four human. Like the spurs or something. Well i that it's you you as you make dogs eligible for the nba. I don't think that airbud would be able to be the worst. Nba player interesting. Would we have to test the dogs. To make sure they weren't animals absolutely and thus had a higher understanding of the rules this job up in the past. I feel like you're good then. Just pissed task bunch of people to figure out where the animals are tonight. You know way more about adding more than i do. Am this has been established. And i know. But i will say i i would i would. I'd be a season ticket holders of the nba. Just love to see some tug students. Are you saying all dogs dog so this all dogs league coaches are dogs. Managers are dogs as adopt the raft. Dogs they have little buttons instead of whistles. The gamble the audiences also got you. Humans ever laid high summit running errands and also out to the score. Keepers were dogs. They're seventy thousand dogs in madison square garden. Pretend they're all checking each other. There's one human with a hot standing there. Make god have mercy on. His soul puts mouse mouse in the palestine. Shame side off on this. There will be questions for the mayor tonight. Absolute mary also. I am a dog much. Airtime has airbud taken from the rest of our episodes. I feel like we're not done good portion. We should airbud season. You guys like we should have. There's still weakens articulate can pitch it for the next season I'm as for my two picks for the podcast. Aldus do both airbus seasons to kind of know. Increase those chances So i always have to minimum votes. If you guys are the same thing to ensure the airbud season you guys me. Okay guys do. We want to get into our wolf meters talk about. We already kind of talked about the dog parts of this movie. I don't have much more save with movie. I won't number jason jason. The new the new beginner for this season. I forget i keep forgetting rhyme so used to prompting you Ace sat was that wolf meter. Ooh.
"aldus" Discussed on Women on the Line
"I'm your host a yan should what woman on the line acknowledges. This program is produced and presented on the southern lands of worrying tree people of the kulin nation. We acknowledge aldus past and present as well as the owners of the land. You are hearing from aboriginal and torres. Allen listeners are advised that today show includes names of deceased persons and discusses state based violence. If this episode is distressing view. You please come back another week for crisis support. Please call lifeline on one. Three one one one full. That's one three one one one full on the program. Today we have two women who are holding state institutions accountable and using their platforms to bring issues such as structural racism and violence to the full front. We start this show with abiola to moby. The director of innovation hub at asylum-seeker resource center abiolas spoke to me about her migration story. The people who helped along the way and what true ally ship looks like. Welcome to women on the line at biala in key. Thanks for having me. You be director of the humanitarian program innovation hop at asylum seekers sorry asylum-seeker resource center had is this program support asylum-seekers yes so much of the director of the innovation help which is an space and an environment fosters the journey of people seeking asylum in australia assisting them and supporting them to integrate settled also participate socially economically in society speaking of economically. As you know there are australian employees who might be reluctant to hire refugees who are on precarious faces. So we're looking at Bridging visas and so on. How would a program like innovation hub persuade employers to hire people from refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds. Yours about speaking to people's strengths on speaking truth to their abilities and intelligence rather than the liberals that society completes on them. So it's about looking for engineers for attitudes petitions you know people that have really strong and professional backgrounds Oh even industry background that. I really relevant for today's eddie in australia. Opposition positioning them as adequate employees that meets the criteria and also are able to give a both to gumbo up above and beyond to secure on routine and succeed in the role. So we kind of position it from a place of power from a place of competence on intelligence rather than from people's labels if i was signing front of a of a prospective employer will be talking to them about the individual the skills about the technical skills by our capabilities about the importance of utilizing. That's to industry context funding for.
"aldus" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Is somebody's child. Somebody's mother, Somebody's teacher. Somebody's colleague, Classmate, a best friend, Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine. Cava says the mission's officially shifted from rescue to recovery, She tells families of the missing there is no chance for survival. At this point. Rescue workers hold a moment of silence before continuing with the search. They say a majority of the victims were still in bed when the building collapsed two weeks ago. ESPN news time 8 34 Johns Hopkins announces More than four million people have now died of this global pandemic. The World Health Organization warns of the gap between the wealthy and poor nations, noting that vaccination drives are barely getting started in Africa, another desperately poor areas as the U. S and Wealthier Nations Rollback PRECAUTION Tim Maguire reports daily death counts have dropped by almost two thirds from the almost 18,000 victims recorded each day. In January. Just as the Delta variant becomes the dominant covid strain in the U. S their new worries about yet another mutation. The Lambda Variant was first spotted in Peru last August and has now been detected in almost 30 countries similar to Delta. Lambda appears to be more contagious and may have mutations that make the vaccine less effective. But researchers say there is no evidence it's any deadlier. Atlanta City Councilman Howard Shook wants new buildings in the city to include cameras at all public access points for pedestrians and vehicles. He notes. The numbers he's seen from police and you have achieved a certain saturation. First security cameras in the area crime diminishes. Shook represents the Buckhead area, which has seen a spike in crime, He says. Cameras also lead to more arrests and convictions. The plan now heads to committee for further discussion. WSB news time 8 35 25 minutes away from Eric Bond Hessler, the gang taking over Atlanta's morning news rolls on. Meanwhile, we're updating weather and traffic for you constantly. It would be best speed gear. Aldus Crick Miller says Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast What's got forecast for today Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of a shower mainly afternoon or early evening high 85 low 72 Tomorrow partly cloudy Mostly cloudy. A 50% chance of a shower thunderstorm. High 86 low 71 Saturday a mix of clouds and sun. With a 30% chance of an isolated afternoon thunderstorm High 88 low 71 recapping your forecast for today. Mostly cloudy 40% chance of a shower and a high around 85 Yesterday was 86. Currently 71 on Peachtree Street. I'm meteorologist Kirk Knowledge 95.5 WSB Check in the morning Drive.
"aldus" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"To be around. A darcy of the people manage our people like an accepted as was like no. Yeah you black. Was there here. But you just don't know where we came from what we went through to hear you say that man. It's like almost wanna pay you know. I wanted to ask a question about a physical about the song. Aldus love was that written specifically for marvin or was it just influenced by marvin. It was written for marvin. I wrote it My brother the way we write we off of each other by randy would just sit next to me. And i love randy so much man. That's my that's my cat His personality his spirit. So beautiful man. If you you'll be around. You know what i'm talking about so just forget. I just felt some problem that no-one singing the song. And if you just like that quest out of nowhere the word feeling and i remember It felt so good of. I felt like crying. It was just fell so good and and randy said so you should we should rifle marvin man you know. He's right there from ira so a finnish song. A tickets missed gordy. And i said i wrote this for marvan know so. Marvin never heard gore berry. He sat down marvin money time also found out. The marvin did here when i met. Marvin found out. He did hear what marvis he single marvis will. He only heard it. Because somebody at motown got it to him. e okay. I'm not gonna mission names. I know who it was blocked. No tomorrow somebody to on the low her suzanne house. It's forty years after the fact right anyway anyway but by the time it was on album and so marvin when we did the motel twenty five. That's what i i barbeque. And p me up like this out of you've seen pictures of that. He took me up in the air like he was like really and i was shy. You should saw him that. I was like like a little a little groupie got. I had my hair down. Margaritas l. bars. Who so he picked disease so this young man and everybody says sound like me. You're gonna give me trouble boy now pictures on internet right. I got asserts that got me like this way up in the air off my feet. I have a question about the all. This love record. You know again this of course in eighty two this. This could just be like an everyday thing. But i mean these are monsters that you have on your on your record like first of all. Benjamin what was it like working with benjamin or even before the benjamin right almost producing or at the helm of producing this record. I would assume at your brother had a lot to do with the first record..
"aldus" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"Kind of like that. It's ready player one because it's going to be in first person where you can go visit your friends. Virtual houses and hang out with your friend virtual avatars and have parties and go on adventures together in vr. I know they've talked about doing this with golf. Like do you go. i already have all i have. I have a game. There's an app for that too. There's a golf simulation apple oculus. Here's a table tennis simulation. There's i mean there's all kinds of crazy stuff that you can do now. How much the investment and somebody wants to go out and buy themselves like i think i think the oculus quest to is a couple of years old but don't get excited for the oculus quest three yet. It hasn't officially been announced so we're probably looking at a couple years at least before. The oculus quest three comes out so for right now you can buy the oculus quest to i want to say it's two ninety nine nice and it's really it's about the same price as like a an xbox but it's really really cool again you can only play for a couple of hours and that's fine because you need to take a break but what you can do with this for those of you out there listening to well. I don't play games. I don't do that kind of stuff. There's all these experiences you can have. You can go ride roller coasters. You can go on a hiking. Expedition up mount everest. I've heard in the coliseum can go visit the colosseum you can go visit all of these famous landmarks in full three d a three hundred sixty degree vr. So in a certain sense it'll feel like you're there. There's another one that you can do it. This one you have to tether your oculus to your pc like you have to hook it up to your pc but you can go on a one for one. Scale replica of the hms. Titanic no that's kinda cool that is neat and they're improving every single day. I mean every single day. Every single month they release a new update. They'll add more things like state rooms so they're they're basically recreating every square inch of the titanic. So right now you can go into the great room. The entrance member of the movie where lee grand staircase grand staircase. You can visit that you can go visit the grand dining room you can go down into the depths where they do their when when when leo takes down and they do their dance than on the third deck with all the rest of the poor. People's theories steerage. Yeah you can go down there. You can do those kind of things. But they're going to eventually recreate every square inch of the titanic. So if you ever wanted to go see what the titanic would've looked like in its heyday in vr. And actually feel like you're there that's a really cool act. That would be something to send all of. This is all put together with artists artists that worked tirelessly to create those elements one of the companies. That makes it possible to do. All of this stuff is walking. Walk has all kinds of tablets available from the sin teak which you draw right on the screen to a tablet you can have. We've got standby good friend of the show. Doug little who's gonna talk to us about some of their newer products that actually geared it chromebook users so education can now be using these welcome tablets to get the most out of it. So we'll talk with. Doug would take a quick break. Come back then at the end of the show will have our website of the week for you. We'll be back with more of talk. Radio i'm andy taylor. I'm justin lemme find us on facebook. Facebook dot com for slash tech talkers. We promise we're not gonna take your info. Welcome back to talk. Radio detailer and i got to say it's so good to talk to one of our dear old friends. I don't mean old like age. Wise senior p- public relations manager. Doug little from lakum is with us on the line. Doug always great to talk to you. Andy it's been forever. And i'm so glad you contacted us to let us know we'd be on your show. This is fabulous. Let's talk about. Walk them tell you what so many great things for those listeners. That don't know maybe what walk is all about. Can you give us a rundown about the company. Sure walk has been around for very long time in the high tech world. We were founded in nineteen eighty three and calcio japan and our headquarters is still in tokyo and walk them comes from the word wa for harmony and calm for computer so a harmony between human technology. That's our mantra. We've been around for a long time and It's it's just a great company to work for them. We do so many great things for people you really do. You provide solutions for not only photographers digital artists. Those that just want to create two one explorer and with some people now getting into technology and finding all the many different things that they can do walk him made it certainly possible with so many different options when it comes to drawing tablets over the years. We've looked at bamboo. We've looked at into us. Some of the different products within that line. I mean they certainly come a long way since one thousand nine hundred eighty three since walk him has been creating technology for computer. Users are first foray into tablet was actually to help the Cad world and blueprints and obviously to recognize japanese characters too so one way to get Japanese characters written down very easily. Well when programs like Mac paint and Fractional design which is now carell painter came about in the late eighties early nineties. People discover that. Oh my goodness you can use a welcome tablet to create art and design. And that's when we really took off was Kind of late late eighties early nineties and we haven't looked back since i've used a welcome products with software from carell aldus going way back adobe and it just seems like there's a growing number of software manufacturers that are utilizing the ability to work with a drawing tablet into the workflow. We're always You know working with the software developers on on new products and you know obviously hardware can't function without good software and now they're literally hundreds of pressure sensitive applications that can Take a walk companion. Just make great art and design it from you. Know adobe to correal to all the programs from autodesk and you know we're talking industrial design. We're talking animation Game development all these products are used to great to see anybody listening to this. Never seen the welcome product definitely take a look at their website. But let me let me kind of paint a picture. That's kind of cool But without a tablet but the idea is you know if you've tried to draw on your computer using a mouse forget it. I mean it's just too difficult to do. But imagine having a tablet in front of you and you can look at the tablet and look at the screen at the same time and you have a pen in that pen that. There's a lot of technology in that pen. Penn can translate what you want to the screen and be able to draw so there's a lot of artists out there have always wondered too. I draw and paper and scan it. You actually get more of an experience. When you're using a welcome tablet but depends are pretty magical. Can you can tell us a little bit..
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"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me
"aldus" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
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"aldus" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"Before move to the next narrated have anymore gems without the just to to to make technique practical that essentially. You have to be able to recognize that you need the fullest. You have to be able to bolas. Because this is sometimes the part that i that i find most difficult far far far dentists to do because they're trying to solve the problem. They think that the boss is not going to just going to to to lead them to wasting time. And it's actually the other way around so you recognize you become aware of the situation you you bring this conscience relaxation into your body. You ground yourself again. You take a deep breath and you continue working from this place of calmness so this is the actual technique and just to take things a little bit further Industry is a profession that creates many triggers jazz. So what happens after that extraction. That didn't go according to plan right so you you had the scenario that she just Talked about and of course after that you are late right. You are running late. Don't go according to plan and and maybe after you have an anxious patients and maybe after you have your assistance entering the the the your room saying oh the the lobby. Just call saying that important. That important work at you have or tomorrow. They are not going to be able to to deliver in time so we have to cancel the patient. So we this is every day. This is every day this real world stuff. That's it so we spend our day in fight flight mode like fence right and it's one trigger after another trigger might so And there's there's this quote From david alan. I am your ability to generate our is directly proportional to our ability to relax so we have to be able to be aware of all this triggers of all. This stresses as we spend our Our day just reacting to whatever is happening and sometimes in automatic pilots And i'm sure you you already worked are your you know someone. that's Clearly carries a lot of a lot of tension into shoulder than the face and And we know this how aldus tension is holding dispersing from expressing his creativity from enjoying his work so when we spend our days in the with this over stimulation there will be this constant flow of cortisol in our bloodstream. There is we will be constant muscle tension and of course if this becomes chronic. Then you have the physical of problems start to have the physical stress symptoms. So high blood pressure insomnia as a you know of heart diseases or gastric problems and and sometimes even emotional burnout We all have different ways of course of coping with with with stress and And to be being able to recognize the stress triggers. And how to manage all of this. And i'll to bring this relaxation Can balance the the stress physiology So what i wanted to to to Distinguish here is the first art is how to do in the face of stress situation like we just said so to be able to falls to be able to recognize to be able to Bring the presence again and work from a place of groundless and then you have the second level of coping with would would stress because dentistry is highly stressful profession..
"aldus" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Band called wrestling from their album. Split seven. That was one twenty five on saturday. And i still can't grow beard. You heard me certain things off jim. Johnson don't waste my time for elijah burke in wwe was he called burke in wd he had like is the angelo di nero in teenage slash impact wrestling and he was elijah burke in em. You're listening to wrestling with family mercy. Rone's ring rust on paramedic distributed by a whatever podcast distributing sort of thing. You use to listen to the show today next up. We have thunder rosa versus camille in an warning containership match for the nwa women's world championship taryn terrell previously known as tiffany. Wb and we'll just taryn. Terrell in tna slash impact joins a commentary team for this match camille punches rosa in the gut then some clubbing shoulder blocks brick levels of formed women's champion with a body avalanche then a gut read suplex. Camille continues to glow in the corner and rosa hits close clotheslines then it. Some forearm shivers rosa. Kicks left hamstring of camille. Who then delivers a straight right hand. Pay meal with some clubbing lows to rose's chest and then repeatedly stomps the mid section of the former champion camille toys r. Our rosa who applies in a cross armbreaker as retaliation camille buckle bombs rosa and then hits to throw thrusts rosa sins comey oh shoulder first into the steel ring post and then Hits a wrecking ball. Dropkick roseanne camille brawling on the outside and roses slaps camille toback and Drives brick ribs. I into the ring apron. Camille catches rosen mid air and body slams her onto the floor rosa. Since camille favors interim posts and skipping head towards the end of the match. camille had some linda. Clubbing blows on rosa's chest and then paint brushed her opponent. Thunder rosa applies to bow and arrow stretch. And then kicks camille into back. Rosa slams meals head into the top turnbuckle head but then she teas off on thunder rosa following a snapper takeover. Camille kicks rose it in the back and then rosa retaliates by decking camille with a backup will smash rosa repeatedly stomps on meals back camille. Avoid the flying at camp and connects with two spears to pick up the victory so a new number one contender for serenity. Nwa worlds women's championship next up. We have trevor murdoch defending the nwa national heavyweight championship against. Chris donnas formerly known as the masterpiece. Chris masters colorado tie-up murdoch applies a side headlock. Then nails a side headlock takeover adana census with a head sitters neck. Lock and murdoch has another side headlock takeover short arm reversal by dallas. Murdoch denies a master lock and enrolls down us over to pick up the victory after the match down a sheiks murdoch's hand but then attacks him from behind adana start joking murdoch and plants murdoch with a full nelson slam in. He makes murdoch pass out said a master lock so all the meshes were kinda were very solid matches and most of the hits were very solid hits so an end ariza ten bell salute to pay homage to jim. Crockett junior and josephus. Then the final match main event. Nick aldus defending the interviewee worlds heavyweight championship against aaron stephen. Some think i'm just going to skip to the end Forearm exchange All this headbutts. Stevens lands a flying elbow. Drop for the to count on the challenger. The champion goes for the piledriver but stevens counters with a back body. Drop aaron with the discus. Lariat puts the champion down to to count stevens with a knee. Drop aldus answers. The double leg takedown in mid air Stevens goes back to the cross face. All this grabs the bottom rope which forces to break and then denies the armbreaker and champion connects with the inside cradle to pick up the victory after the match entire. Nwea locker room came out to honor the question. Mark aka josephus so that was a pretty entertaining and solid. Show is usually. Nwa ends up being. I don't remember the last time on. nwa show. I didn't enjoy so yeah. This is just par for the course for that particular promotion and speaking of par for the course for that particular promotion their show power is Coming back to fight tv. Apparently i don't know if it's available anywhere else. That's where it seems to be coming anyway. I mean it looks like it be available on a day that it's released and then on and on saturday or something i don't know i don't know if i'm gonna have to pay to watch it. I mean i can't imagine it will be that expensive. I mean that would be why. Nwa older stuff off youtube so they could put it on fire tv and potentially get their own app. I don't know like just about every wrestling. Promotion has their own app. Said seems to be the way to go as sees the way the future for many wrestling. Promotions bringing the future into the president or bringing the to the future. I don't know how you want to phrase it at any rate a song from the past. Which is the absolutely fantastic original theme song for interview a power doctrine from their album tooth and nail with into the fire A a.
"aldus" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Band called wrestling from their album. Split seven. That was one twenty five on saturday. And i still can't grow beard. You heard me certain things off jim. Johnson don't waste my time for elijah burke in. Wwe was he called. Burke in w he had like is the angelo deniro in teenage slash impact wrestling and he was elijah burke in wgm. You're listening to wrestling with family mercy. Rone's ring rust on paramedic distributed by a whatever podcast disturbing sort of thing. You use to listen to the show today next up. We have thunder rosa versus camille in an warning containership match for the nwa women's world championship taryn terrell previously known as tiffany. Wb and we'll just taryn. Terrell in tna impact joins a commentary team for this match camille punches rosa in the gut then some clubbing shoulder blocks brick levels of formed women's champion with a lunch then a gut read suplex. Camille continues to glow in the corner and rosa hits to clotheslines then. It's some forearm shivers. Rosa kicks left hamstring of camille. Who then delivers a straight right hand. Pay meal with some clubbing lows to rose's chest and then repeatedly stops on the mid section of the former champion camille toys r. Our rosa who applies in a cross armbreaker as retaliation camille buckle bombs rosa and then hits to throw thrusts rosa sins comey oh shoulder first into the steel ring post and then Hits a wrecking ball. Dropkick rosa and camille brawling on the outside and roses slaps camille toback and Drives brick ribs. I into the ring apron. Camille catches rosen mid air and embody slams her onto the floor rosa. Since camille favors interim posts and skipping head towards the end of the match. camille had some linda. Clubbing blows on rosa's chest and then paint brushed her opponent. Thunder rosa applies to bow and arrow stretch an kicks camille into back rosa slams meals head into the top turnbuckle head but then she teas off on thunder rosa following a snap mayor takeover. Camille kicks rose it in the back and then rosa retaliates by decking camille with a backup will smash rosa repeatedly stomps on camille back camille. Avoid the flying at camp and connect with two spears to pick up the victory so a new number one contender for serenity and w a world women's championship next up. We have trevor murdoch defending the nwa national heavyweight championship against donnas formerly known as the masterpiece chris masters colorado tie-up murdoch applies a side headlock. Then nails a side headlock takeover adana census with a head sitters neck. Lock and murdoch has another side headlock takeover short arm reversal by dallas. Murdoch denies the master lock and enrolls down us over to pick up the victory after the match down a sheiks murdoch's hand but then attacks him from behind adana start joking murdoch and plants murdoch with a full nelson slam in makes murdoch pass out said a master lock so all meshes were kinda were very solid matches and most of the hits were very solid hits so and then there was a ten bell salute to pay homage to jim. Crockett junior and josephus. Then the final match main event. Nick aldus defending the interviewee worlds heavyweight championship against aaron stephen. Some think i'm just going to skip to the end Forearm exchange All headbutts stevens lands a flying elbow. Drop for the to count on the challenger. The champion goes for the piledriver but stevens counters with a back body. Drop aaron with the discus. Lariat puts the champion down to to count stevens with a knee. Drop oldest inches with the double leg. Takedown in mid air Stevens goes back to the cross face. All this grabs the bottom rope which forces the break and then denies the armbreaker and champion connects with the inside cradle to pick up the victory after the match entire. Nwea locker room came out to honor the question. Mark aka josephus so that was a pretty entertaining and solid. Show is usually. Nwa ends up being. I don't remember the last time i on nwa show. I didn't enjoy so yeah. This is just par for the course for that particular promotion and speaking of par for the course for that particular promotion their show power is Coming back to fight tv. Apparently i don't know if it's available anywhere else. That's where it seems to be coming anyway. I mean it looks like it be available on the day that it's released and then on and on saturday or something i don't know i don't know if i'm gonna have to pay to watch it. I mean i can't imagine it will be that expensive. I mean that would be why. Nwa took older stuff off youtube so they could put it on fire tv and potentially get their own app. I don't know like just about every wrestling promotion. Has their own app. Said seems to be the way to go as sees the way the future for many wrestling. Promotions bringing the future into the president or bringing the to the future. I don't know how you want to phrase it at any rate a song from the past. Which is the absolutely fantastic original theme song for interview. A power can from their album tooth and nail with into the fire. A a a.
"aldus" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Of the fine young cannibals classic from their album the final frontier in certain things off their a party for rich swann. Now the impact end. Tna unified heavyweight champion on. I don't know is he gonna care. Does to belts around if he does win the lake. Whoever wins they could be hammered. Could be kenny. Omega are could be whoever else they decided to add to it winds all belts and they're gonna have to carry all about surround like new austin aries the bill collector so anyway your into wrestling but fatboy mark geragos ring rust The potter medic and various you know. Podcast distributing thingies so next. We're a preview. The upcoming nwa backward the attack was taking place march twenty first in atlanta georgia at gp be studios and will air exclusively on tv and due to the pandemic. There will be doing so without a paying audience. So you know the one thing that the united states have diabetes. Berg is getting right. They're managing successfully in the most part to have people successfully quarantining. Hopefully your anyway. We got three matches so far though. Probably be it'll be one or two more added. I'm sure announced. Maybe they'll just throw some in their Crimson versus jackson dane versus jordan clearwater versus slice. Bogey and a four way match. Now i don't know much about really two of those guys. Crimson was in impact wrestling when it was known as tnt and total nonstop action wrestling and jordan clearwater. I know more from world championship wrestling from hollywood. So we'll be interesting to see all of these guys and get to know place boogie and jax dane a little bit better and a four rematch usually is Quite entertaining and the way they do the nwa nowadays especially with power which apparently is also coming back. After after the pay per view they'll be named w. a power is going to be back on on. tv. I guess back on youtube 'cause he actually went and deleted all their old videos after youtube channel. So i guess they're going to start. Fresh is like when the rebooted. W w they stripped bill the champions of their titles and just said we're going to start fresh and yeah that didn't work either so anyway march fifteenth match between thunder rosa and camilo was scheduled for the end with the winner receiving a shot at serenity interviewee world women's championship. Roseanne camille have had previous encounters. Wold former was champion as after roses title. Defense against molina. On the january twenty fifth to india we power camille would come out and spear former champion alan. Kay titles spacious clear. So it's very you know what i mean. All that sort of fizzled a little bit. When interviewing like so many other wrestling promotions just sort of stopped doing stuff because of course because of the coronavirus. You can't really have a big part of wrestling is the crowds in travelling so you can't really have crowds and you can't really do a lot of traveling but the older restrictions so we're just getting to know camille and you just starting to speak when this whole came crashing down and it hurt inside but it'll be we'll get it we'll get it back on track. I'm sure and will get a brother show out of it. Fingers crossed and the main event of the pay per view. We'll see aaron. Stevens one half of the interview. A world tag team champions with jr craters former nwa champion and tag team partner of hudson challenging. Nick aldus for the away worlds heavyweight championship. So aaron stevens. If you don't know that name you might know the name damien. Sandow back who he was in. Wwe then he was released and now he's doing a wad same stuff except nash. Stop a little bit more. he's Has recently this past year. Been a purveyor of monrovian karate. The question mark who. Unfortunately this past month has Sadly passed josephus. He was also known as so. I guess you'll be doing much of that anymore. He may stray completely away from it. Or he may just phase it out to remake going with. I don't know he may get someone else who's question mark to maybe 'cause like several tiger mask and there were several mr wrestling's miss out exactly unheard of to have a masked wrestler became insert mass wrestler named here two or three year four. Or however. you wanna go with it. So it's not unheard of to do that and it would actually become a nice if they did that might be a good tribute to the passing of josephus. So we'll see how that works out and wall the second theme song for nwa palmer. I mean i liked the first one is well but you know i don't really get a chance to play this one. All that often penn terra. I'm broken from their album. Far beyond driven.
"aldus" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen
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"aldus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And Oklahoma City to night and then that team from L. A coming in just a couple of days, joining us now. To talk all things. Nuggets is a member of the D. N V R crew that does The best job of anybody covering the Denver Nuggets. Adam Morris, making his triumphant return to the program, Adam Great to have you on or you staying warm. I'm not freezing cold, but, uh, but that's okay because there's Nuggets basketball tonight. Yes. And before we look ahead, we must, of course, looked back and look. Cleveland Cavaliers is not win to be, you know, celebrating too much. It's certainly expected that the Denver Nuggets with where they are right now in as an MBA franchise, that they should Knock away the Cavaliers without much problem, but given some of the issues that have plagued them recently, especially those third quarter woes, I guess you gotta start somewhere right and they and they played a complete four quarter game against Cleveland. They did, and you know you're right. It wasn't a great win. Cleveland had been reeling. Um and even its funny. Denver has been the worst team and third quarters over the last 10 games, and the Cavaliers had been the third worst team. You kind of got lucky that you're going to get the team who was weak in the same areas that you were weak, But you know, Denver coming off a five game win streak ran into you know the Lakers the box, a king scene that was surging and They? Some of their flaws were exposed over that three game slide you get it seemed like the calves weren't very good. Denver looks like world beaters. So I think it was an important stabilization game and some really interesting things happened in that game. I'm sure we're going to get to but You know, they just needed a game that could help steady the ship. What are the issues in the third quarter with you watch him on the night tonight basis. What? What sticks out to you? Why is this happening? Well, e think you have to look at the offense and third quarters and I don't I couldn't tell you exactly Ryan. Why it is that they stall. But Denver for whatever reason comes out in that third quarter. The ball starts moving a little bit less guys seem to have a little bit less pep in their step. I don't know if it's Team. You know, we we talked about the short Nazis in the high minutes that guys like Jamal Marie Unequally yoked you've been playing so far this season. You don't know or care shot short now because we're 20. Five games into the season, and their legs are starting to feel the effects of that short offseason. You know, I don't know that that might be it. Um, but I think it's just the lack of execution and, you know, just kind of hitting a wall of those third quarters. Especially guys from like Jamal Murray. If you look at Jamal Murray in the first quarter, he's been fantastic. Almost all season Second quarter has been pretty good. Third quarter pretty bad and fourth quarter, almost non existent. So he's He in particular, I think has been sort of You know the player you look at the most and say he doesn't look physically even in mid season form, not playoff form, but not even mid season form. And I think that the Nuggets organizations like it's coaching staff and Nuggets fans are all just kind of waiting for him to get back to that form they expected of them this year. Are you surprised that they haven't just let him take a night off with the injuries that he's dealing with? And I guess you want to do it against L. A Milwaukee so it's not like There are a lot of opportunities to do it. But in the grand scheme of things trying to get Jamal Murray right physically seems to be of the utmost importance. Are you surprised that they haven't given a morass store? Do you think they should give him a rest tonight? Maybe. I absolutely think that that he needs some time off. I mean, you know your mama. He's been a guy who has fought through a lot of little bumps and bruises throughout his career, And usually he's not one to talk about him. Lately. He's talked about all of the little things that are adding up that have just kind of You know, holding him back and you even see it this play? He just doesn't have that same pop an explosion to him. So for me You get a couple soft games. Cleveland was one of those you got tonight. Oklahoma City without shaking. Aldus Alexander Denver should be. I think they're 12 point favorites in Vegas. You know this is a game Denver should win. This would be a great opportunity to buy him some extra rest and The thing is, I don't know if it's the Nuggets organization and Michael Malone not wanted to give him breast or if it's Jamal Murray, oftentimes players they want to play they want. They want their names to be out there. They want to put they want to play they want to perform, so I don't know that the organization unnecessarily. But if I were Jamal Marie and I were the Denver Nuggets, I would definitely be looking for days like tonight to take off. Tomorrow's the envy are joining us here on drive time Sports. Michael Malone was very complimentary of Michael Porter Jr gave him a postgame shout out both in the locker room and on the Postgame zoom called it one of his more complete games. Paraphrasing, um far be it for me to bring you on in order to try to get you to disagree with Michael Malone. But I'll just ask you, do you Do you? Do you agree with Michael Malone's assessment of Michael Porter Jr the other night? I actually do. Um and I hate that may be it makes for better radio. I told you that I didn't. But, hey, you know, my Michael had an interesting year so far this year, and that He's so talented, and it's so clear. He's one of the best shot makers, not just on the team, but really in the whole league, and he has all these skills, but he's so far behind the rest of the team. What is quickly becoming a veteran team. Even though these guys only 25 23 24 25. They've been in the league long enough to know you know how defensive rotations work with the flow of the offense? What's a good shot? What's not, and Michael's just such so far behind all the rest of those guys in that regard that You know, it really is. Everybody can relate to maybe a senior lead basketball team. That brings them that talented freshmen who just doesn't quite understand what's going on on the court and You know, so he's been up and down. Um, you saw frustrations in the Milwaukee game. There was a video that went a little bit of viral of Michael Porter taking a really bad shot. And you look, it's just kind of not, you know, just kind of gave up on the play. He was so frustrated with how bad of a shot it was, and then it kind of screamed at him at the next opportunity. So you know those frustrations are boiling over two guys like your kits and guys like Jamal, but What was nice about that Cleveland game was, I felt like the leadership of the team. Jamal Maria Nikhil Yokich have been giving Michael Porter the stick over the last couple games what they've been losing, but in that Cleveland game, I felt like They kind of gave him the carrot trying to get him going, Get him shot, encourage them and build them up. So you see the growing leadership in the developing leadership of those two young stars for Denver on display as they try to manage this newcomer on the team..
"aldus" Discussed on Venturing Out
"Like you can rise above the haters and that's interesting. I mean we see it a lot. I mean even if you don't start your own businesses a college student entering the workforce post graduation. I mean you're you're not seeing You're seen as green And while we may be we do have some unique experiences. Every generation has some uniqueness and different capabilities but because oftentimes. We don't have the gray hair. We're not taking a series and that's that's okay because it happens to everybody but the flip side to that. I want to ask you. How is being a student. Hell with your business. I think the resources the most Yeah i mean. I definitely think there is. There is wisdom that comes with age. But i think there's also wisdom that comes with experience and so i don't know i think i like to think that i'm someone that doesn't care that much people being so aldus do trying to do And i don't know. I don't like to extend my way so i i really gonna spend okay as a student entrepreneur. But i do think it's important to like just persevere and like just push through if you have an idea or goal like just keep working on it I think that as a student entrepreneur though Especially here at baylor. I feel like the way community has a lot of young entrepreneurs which are really cool to To get to know those people and you be a part of that Yeah as you mentioned. I have operation now. Zola coffee and pastries and also are on my ear. And just a at digs galleries in denison. She's a young shopowner as well So i think yeah the resources that you have on campus and with other students like you don't get back community once i mean you. Can you can find similar things in the real the real world but while while you're a student that's an awesome community to take advantage of the able to sell to because there are facebook groups for like baylor class of twenty two thousand three like i can just go pop in there and be like. Hey guys i'm working on this thing Understand classes like you meet so many people so that's a great audience in it's also a lot of those people have become rans In support when i was creating this business And people. I still reach out to you to like model earrings To be brand ambassadors which i created a program for that like Those connections are really valuable. And i think also just like the advice of your professors and Local entrepreneurs lake that is super valuable And so i feel like it's just been super great to be part of a salon because it's you know free advice. Free paying to be here but in terms of the club there Just giving you a free business Advice so i think That way it is so nice. Especially because it's an insulated community to like. It's okay if you bell because you're just a student this is not your at least for me. It's not like a fulltime job. I'm still fulltime student so if it doesn't work i'm not going to be worried about lake if we can put food on the table which you know i i'm thankful to be in that position but i think that is why it's a great time to try it out adventure and to allow it to grow into project where it can't put food on the table for you But yeah it's it's a great. It's a great time where to be experimental in that sense and you had mentioned..
"aldus" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Part of public health is open the vaccine eligible category to anyone in Georgia 65 older Now they just got to get the juice toe mass vaccination sites like you're talking about the pharmacies of Wal Mart Public's Kroger CVS. You name it even getting dentists to give vaccinations. The gotta make that happen. It'll be part of the story. We will follow right now. It is hard to go find one unless you get lucky enough to get a slot that your local Else Department. Keep jacking. It's 6 43. It's time to check on the weather and traffic situation. We'll get to the morning drive after Ws Peter Aldus Crick mellows praises up today in these big changes in the weather. A winter storm watch for the Northeast toward the mountains goes into affected seven o'clock tonight, but not so much here. Before today. The rain showers become likely this afternoon, especially late on into the evening. Cold. Ah, hi. Only around 48 Low tonight 38 For tomorrow. Some rain showers likely in the morning was some snow mixed in in the north suburbs. Mostly cloudy and cold, little or no accumulation for most areas High 44. Low 32 Saturday a mix of clouds and sun I 46 low 27 recapping our forecast for today. Increasing cloudiness and cold showers. 80% likely especially late afternoon and evening. Ah, hi around 48. Media rocks is correct Knowledge. 95.5 WSB now 37 degrees of midtown Atlanta. No watches or warnings for the metro area. Let's get back to the morning drive again and everybody must be sky.