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O’Neil: NCAA president Mark Emmert doesn’t get it
"The latest coming from the athletic from dana o'neil the outstanding writer and columnist air under the heading. Ncwa president mark. Ambert doesn't get it because clearly he's just not capable of doing so was the piece in the athletic is an viscera eating. Take down of the man who is supposedly in charge of college athletics. Dana joins us now. Dana o'neil dan. Thank you for the time. It's great to have you here. And what an amazing piece you've written and you just wonder. Sometimes when people will learn but often their arrogance and hubris gets in the way thanks for the time. And let's hear from you. What is going on with mark emmer pulse like you said i mean this if this were a first timer a one off. I think we'd all be like all right. Give the guy a break. He hasn't been in this situation before but he's been in countless situations of of complex and difficult crises in his in his tenure at the ncaa and his reaction time. If you will say as an athlete it's not very good He just you know i to me. There was a simple way to handle this. And that's to actors. It's one thing to have a crisis dropped in your lap. It's another about how you handle it. And he chose not to handle it. Yeah and and and the story broke the other day when when a young player from believe it was oregon. Put something out on social media. Everyone everyone reacted. And i want you to do this. In your piece go through the time line because emmer te got it at first and then it just got away from him. So what was his first reaction well on. And that's just i. I guess the first reaction was he no reaction i mean. He didn't do. They put out a statement at first saying that That space was never meant to be used as a weight room space where they're going to have one after the once. The sweet sixteen round started which made no sense men already have one And then he doubled back when we sat down with him a few reporters on friday saying well. He didn't have all the information that it was excusable. But he would get to the bottom of it and then the next day he talked to an economic group here in indiana and basically just said well. You know it wasn't meant to be the workout space anyway. But once the video got out a video out
"ambert" Discussed on Curious City
"Did you totally crass but are you on a date right now. Not Really I mean not officially I mean we wanted to meet each other first before we wanna like official date. So what do you think are you on a date right now. I'm not sure the Bats Rodrigo and Jessica. They met on tinder. And I'm Sarah guys reporting curious city. So how did I get out here spending my Saturday night interrupting first dates at a bar with a microphone. Well it all started when Listener Yvette. Ambert asked US quote how. How is the dating scene in Chicago? Now we weren't able to get a hold of Yvette but this question of what Chicago is like for Romance. It's a question that the people think about a lot and sometimes even choose their place to live based on it. We wanted to find specific qualities of dating in Chicago that feel whelp particularly Chicago and we started with the data but by the numbers Chicago. Dating Demographics are pretty on par with most large cities So to try and find the Chicago characteristics. Curious city opened a hotline to take your calls and I went two bars. On the North and south sides we heard from men women straight people gay people help and two themes definitely stood out theme number one. Lend me some sugar. I'm your neighbor. Let's begin with a classic Chicago Story. star-crossed love here's locked me wrong erosion. I met this guy through friends and locked me really liked him but there was an issue I was living off the argyle. Stop on the red line and he lived off the division blue line-stop every day locked. Her boyfriend would have to decide who would travel to from the moment. I left my door. I'd have to walk. You know three and a half blocks to the red line and the truth got tiring get off three now. Distance was not necessarily the reason. Lock she and her boyfriend broke up but it didn't help there and this theme of Chicago not wanting to date far outside their neighborhoods. It came up again and again time. Inconvenience are certainly reasons and but those are also mixed up with Chicago in strong sense of neighborhood identity. Here's Listener Mitch. I'm gay and Live in town so no I don't move in any of the LGBT neighborhoods like boy's town or Andersonville notice that people in town tend to paint anywhere outside. Outside of that neighborhood is just far. Which is outrageous lakeview to buck town by the way it's under three miles this phenomenon of staying near your own hood you see it? Reflected in some online dating apps like okay. Cubic data from the company's shows Chicago users users message other users who live near them more. This of course could at least something to do with race since Chicago is so geographically segregated gated and race does influence people's dating choices as for luxury of the Blue Line. Red Line Romance a little over a year ago she she moved to Dallas and her personal research suggests that dating Dallas is different for one thing. Driving long distances is a lot more common. Come in there. Oh someone lives thirty miles away. I don't think that that deters people the same way it would end Chicago and she wanted to add one more thing. I have to say like all all of these feelings about geography. A really heightened when it's cold what's the temperature there right now right now I think it's in the seventies. Rei it and that brings us to Chicago. Dating theme number. Two winter is coming. Talking to daters I learned a new phrase about winter enter one. It seems that everyone under thirty already knew well. Have you heard of cuffing season. That's cuffing season as in cuff. So you F F tow car is twenty nine and she learned about this phenomenon when she moved here from North Carolina. I heard Chicago people saying in why what is coming season and they were like. Oh just like you know in the winter months where you have your main boo. With other month summer months you might have multiple booth breath so cuffing is the tendency to commit to a monogamous relationship. But just for the cold months. It's seasonal GIG daters. I spoke to in their thirties thirties and forties. They had other names for it Lake Nesting for the harvest season or catching boyfriend. You know like catching a cold or a warm stone in the bed stone in your bed you said in a sentence. I didn't even like that girls. It's just a warm stone okay. Son Data does seem to support the existence of cuffing season. According to facebook relationship status says peak months for breakup are made through June postseason. When people are ready to get back out there uncut?.
Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore
"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. And I'm Josh Venit each week. We embark on an uphill challenge of an intriguing tale. Somewhere somewhere in the world of design and this week we had to the snow top tips of the Dolomite Mountains in Italy to be exact located in a forest. Not far from the resort town of Cortina. He knows damn pet so in northern Italy the Church of Our Lady of Kadora is a jewel of sacred modern architecture completed in nineteen sixty one. The building was designed by Italian architect of note collar SCARPA. He worked with the former pupil to create a space that continues to attract devote tease design minded and religious like Monaco's Melania correspondent Ivan. Combine Leo made the Pilgrimage to visit the church and he also spoke with a local architectural historian named Michaela. Low about about this. Unique Work of ecclesiastical architecture take it away Ivan one of the most enigmatic doc and underappreciated figures of Twentieth Century Design Carlo SCARPA was an architect and designer best known for his instinctive approach to materials combining time. I'm honored crafts with modern manufacturing techniques. We all live on. Borough fanatical born in one thousand nine six in Venice where I studied architecture. SCARPA would go on to work at the famed. Veneer glassworks in Moreno. Where in the Nineteen Thirties. He was creative director and developed pieces. The today are part of the permanent collection. At New York's Moma as an architect SCARPA worked mostly in around Venice. We're in the nineteen forties. He began to teach drawing and into your decoration. At the local university one of his pupils was architect. Eduardo Goellner who returned in nineteen fifty six to ask his former professor for help on a commission in the dolemite mountains. It Atalanta Kamata Brigitta in the village to record order close to the ski resorts of Cortina. Pitso Gillner was busy building. A holiday village for the employees of ENRICO METAIS head of Italian oil giant any next to two hotels and chalets for workers families to use his vacation homes in summer and winter metairie desire to church to complete his mouth community. You Kill Merlo is an architect and historian who oversees foundation documenting. The work of Goellner who bid like years Care Integrated Tony Goupil down. The chemicals that Merrill explained tells carpers lasting contribution to the interior of the church elevated the any project pick to become a respected work of contemporary Italian architecture. The case will be larger. Costatini solid between a forum. Ano- Naji Lady Eighty Galilee. He said he'd donate any promotional video. Shows the church in all its modernist splendor blender during a festive Christmas mass and the mass full attention to detail that SCARPA brought to the project. Scott up out of the Venezia a Thai the comic receive eight three the Morano carotenoids any Lampe de Mello observes of the austere interior made of concrete beaten would is given a touch of color in the green and Ambert into Chinda. Leers made him Ronald Glass designed by SCARPA his minimalist pews. Mahogany arc matched by flooring that beaches a pattern created by submerging treetrunks into the cement pavement. The main entrance is a grand sliding door and would that opens in summertime. Underneath the churches sixty degree pitched roof and slender belltower. With a high steel steeple there recalls a slender oil rig worshippers find a sequence of trusses braced by asymmetrical steel tyrod and supported by cement pillars. Also remarkable was the high altar and his spinning the reforms of the Second Vatican Council a few years later SCARPA designed stunning sculpture in White Guerrero marble that allow the priest to face the congregation and during the celebration of the mass fans of SCARPA will find it like his later. Work of sacred architecture at the Briones cemetery in the Venuto. It is the subtleties that standout in his designs. At the Church of Our Lady of Kadoorie SCARPA was able to compose
"ambert" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Yeah. Yeah. Those two she'll be happy. Okay. So, so then into detailing Bethany about how they went to Gramercy theater, and like Lou and busy didn't wanna see them, you know, and on top of that. Like no, she was just so full of herself. She's even selling candles with her face on it. Most whoop. What did you mean? Like holy is holy. That's second watch us. Well, it it's Beth secretary. Okay. I used those prayed, God. Right. I love Ramona gets on this, like, huge moral band member. When Ramona walk off stage because someone had nude pictures, Alex. Yeah. Yeah. That's when Ramona was like, selling true, faith jewelry. I believe it was called when she was like a meeting with jewelry. Okay. Up ramona. Yes, who is she join of off? Mary, that's for sure. The idea that like Ramona things Joan of arc is I'm kindles, so who knows maybe she'd probably, yeah. Those are being account. Well, she's saying, I didn't know that Joan of arc was the Saint Saint I'm gonna look it up right now, because now I just felt Catholic starting to hit the steering wheel going. No Browning thinks she is Joan van ark of Joan of arc Saint Saint John of Arcadia Jonas, Katya. God, amber Ambert, Saint Joan of arc is a single. I take it back. I take it mall sack next gonna question. Ryan Gosling seat. Hit on my. No venkat. Well, I apologize. Everyone who's prayed at the Joan of arc candle my I've learned something today, and I will take it with me forever. Well, let's not lose our heads about it. Okay. Okay. Actually, she got burnt at the stake. You see. I'm just my, my Saint stuff is just all falling apart. Yeah. Okay. Guys. So let's keep going. Van comes in. This is wearing a have to John Lennon. Woah. One time somewhere. Normally looks on point. I feel like they're fashions, but this one shoot comes in a black jumpsuit with the white floppy. I've been told it's called them Applejack. Somewhere somewhere between Applejack boy. It's like a poor child in the twenties. It looked like something from two thousand and three but it was like this big white floppy hat with the brim. It looked it looked. It would've looked ridiculous at anytime at especially ridiculous. Now. I was like, what are you doing? Why are you wearing this ridiculous hat what happened? I think she's doing her like rockstar after a concert casual look at this. Says she comes in and it's the what happened to you miss. Ramona got your text messages, sending you air kisses. What does that mean? Ramona's like, well you know what? I mean I heard you couldn't even wait to get them out of your dressing room. So what cares? Well, I had five hundred people waiting to see it only had ten minutes to memorize the words to deck the. I don't even know how that ends the Decca cabaret is that deck the girl code tell you that was a difficult one to get through. So that doesn't sound right. I would have been if I went there, that's for sure. And there was like, listen before. So you say though, I mean, that's showbiz. Don't roll your eyes Amiga Earls, that's show biz girls as anyone in this town. You like it or not that is show business girls like goes and what are you now? You have a religious kantle health that didn't don't buy Ramona. Okay. You didn't even see it because you went out the show. So. Narrowed it going to school me on religious morality. Give me a break, please..
"ambert" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Biggest threats around stories. I mean, the person that you could have married literally bumped into you. And you didn't look up from her phone, right? It's so true the truth. It really like also just a fair has all at it's it's such a threat like it has access to things that you have on your phone. It's not reality. And no one thinks to put a boundary on it. They just wanna they don't wanna put about no rain, like whatever, you know. And it's like I really challenge. It's a discussion. I'm so glad you brought that up. It's the discussion. I think our generation specifically needs to start taking seriously. And I think I think the that we are like I think the like if I'm going to have kids when we so aware of that to my children, and so having those conversations and bringing that into the next generation, I think maybe there's like a little saving grace there for the next generation. But I it's just being aware. And how you treat your phone even in front of the kids, you know? But speaking of let's talk about your daughter. I love the name ember. How did you come up with that? Ember gene, Ambert, gene, that's beautiful. And you wanna tell? Well, so we fell in love around a campfire bits that was like like most of our dating and friendship was around this campfire pet on Jeremy. It's kind of a it's kind of a central theme in the book occurring embers. And like, yeah. So embers, you know, there's a lot of symbolism and embers their enduring their lasting, they're inviting their warm. There's there sparks in a force fire. It's the embers go ahead and keep spreading the fire. And so that part of the fire to and like, you know, I'm not gonna lie. I did wish that maybe should have red hair. She doesn't. Hey, it's okay. Yet. But yeah, so fires and it's a beautiful name. It's like it's like unique without being weird. For like coming out. These names like I'm pardon me. Three love it. She's she's amazing. How do you think? She is changed outlook on life. It's a good question. Man. I maybe she maybe she's just. I feel like it's. I think that she's made us away more selfless like when we found out where so she was a surprise when we found out we were pregnant, we realize in that moment that we found out how selfish we were. We were like, whoa. Wait a second. Hold on. We wanted to have kids. We've always wanted to make family always. But just we weren't ready. Right. And you never ready. But it was you know, I just be honest. We cried that night. Whoa. Or old life is just in a now, she's like the greatest joy like brings us more life opens. Our eyes makes us more aware to things like we're really learning things about ourselves about each other about his life through her lens. It's incredible kids are the you know, you've nieces nephews vine. It's so fun. Yeah. So we love it. We love her Mr. when you fear. So her shattered. This. This stretch was a long one. You guys have dog by any chance. We have a cat. I know what weird no all animals. Pine the kitty, she's a rescue Katie from a ranch, central Oregon. And she's no one cares about our cat. She's a good cat. I'm a rest. We wanna get a dog. What we wanna have some land force? Yes. So what you guys don't live on a farm right now. No dream of living on the family farm hundred ten acres. You know? So we have the benefits. Yes. Exactly. So we drive there. Everyday our offices. There we go for walks and all that stuff. We were like we're in New York City a couple of days ago, and there's people walk around with like huskies like Manhattan. I don't understand what makes that for those dog for expire heart a little bit Megyn when we lived in LA..
"ambert" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm Nikki medoro. These Cisco district attorney announced today that giants CEO. Larry Baer will not face. Criminal charges following an altercation with his wife in a cell phone video Larry Baer was captured trying to grab a cell phone from his wife. Pam Ambert fell from her chair during the scuffle air has taken a leave of absence from the team. Major league baseball is also investigating what happened and it could decide to punish fair, Ohio. Senator Sherrod Brown says President Trump should address GM layoffs at the Lordstown Ohio plant when he travels to the state tomorrow. Here's correspondent, Linda Kenyon. The Ohio democratic Senator says the closing of the plant is no surprise for the president. I've been talking to him about this plan for over a year. And while the president has been putting pressure on GM not to close the plant. Senator Brown says Trump's tax policies are partly to blame. If you shut down production and Lordstown you pay a twenty one percent tax rate. There you move to Mexico. You pay a ten and a half percent tax rate. The president gave these companies of fifty percents off coupon in their taxes. Trump tweeted, the GM should close a plant in China or Mexico. Uh-huh. And bring jobs home. Linda Kenyon, Washington. When FBI agents raided the home and office of Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen last April Cohen had been under investigation for several months. That information is a newly released documents that reveal special counsel. Robert Muller have been investigating Cohen since at least July of two thousand seventeen Cowan is now on his way to prison for various offenses, including illegally arranging the payment of hush money to two women who said they had affairs with Trump. And we'll check the roads with Heather next. Message and data rates may apply..
"ambert" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Treats, everyone else with dignity and respect. It's not walls. Not militarization duly rallies last night in El Paso with a what may become a prominent democrat, maybe one of the democrat presidential candidates. And of course, President Trump last night in El Paso, joining us also from El Paso this morning is ABC's. Jim Ryan had it been quite an Ida El Paso must have been digging. The attention. Well, I think so certainly tough to drive around with the presidential motorcade, and then a parade of people walking, right? It was. Yeah. There was a lot of attention paid obviously with the president in town holding make America great again rally that walks a former congressman and they turn Senate candidate unsuccessfully November now holding a rally of his own to criticize the president's visit and his plan for the construction of the continuing border wall along the Mexico border till now there were large rallies for both both of their respective fans seem to be really enjoying the message. But at the end of the day will what is what is it chief other than perhaps rallying support? Well, that's about it. You know? Congressional lawmakers negotiators were work last night in Washington anyway, on a border wall deal they up early Ambert it out came to a final conclusion. The president was taking the stage. He seemed unaware that that has happened. Just a few seconds earlier, literally. So yeah, I mean, what was accomplished? Both men got their messages out there again or won't UPN tens on wanting for president in twenty twenty. This may be an early start to that the president. Of course, this was his first real campaign rally twenty nineteen. So what was accomplished a lot of attention page will Paso, Texas. I guess no doubt about that. ABC's? Jim Ryan joining us live this morning from El Paso, Texas..
"ambert" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"He found a lot of animal remains, and he assumed that some stage it'd be in a pet cemetery. And then there was a lot of strange Cairns's involved in animals. Here in animal seeing animals again, nothing complex in the husband is incredibly rational die as equalling haunted heart. Barry, very rational and even to this day. He makes excuses things. Well, you know, I could have been tired being nasty. You know, I was on medication because I'd broken my uncle would've, right? Yeah. Yeah. He's he comes. I was the same way. I couldn't accept what happened, you know. I detail in a most haunted house, which you don't have to buy because I included in haunted horror happened west. And I was the saying you try to rationalize it like like yourself, George like many of your listeners we like talking about the paranormal and we've all had different experiences. But the end of the day, it's not an acceptable topic to discuss if you you got you wouldn't go to a job in the. And so, yeah, you know, I'm a ghost hunter. And I've seen ghosts. Because you just know that people are going to judge you shame is which is powered by cultures history. We should be able to talk about such things did this entity really push you to the point of almost committing suicide. Yes. That is correct. I I I I I had a very awful experience where I drank two bucks in one night and automatic Haitian with the with the. With the idea of ending all because I was in the best and I had nowhere to go. I was broken. And I couldn't see it's more. I I was in you know, I was broken in a dark place, weren't you? Yeah. And there's no people say selfish. It's not there's no he goes, there's no this was show is five from there's nothing you stripped away from all your. You go from your from your choice anger. Frustration is just simple one not to exist anymore. Somebody finds you. What what happened it very strange? I did what I did with the expectation that and I woke up in the morning free of all the facts, I was living on my own and a small little house on the doors and windows a lot. I know do some notes or anything like that. I had no intention of making anyone feel sorry for me. I just didn't want to exist anymore. And I woke up next eight, and I had no hangover. I hadn't been sick now on a broken and the hacks. There was no real effect. You should have been dead. I should that. I'm. Very painful for my friends and family that day. I realized there's something good in this world record as an Ambert is a flaming I defeated might dependency alcohol, and I and I worked on my depression. And I talk about it. And I still talk about it. And there's a message to all of us that everyone feels diving he feels low feels that you're in your best like you can get out. You're not use. My story is an example, I've done being alive in the last six years is like me to support people with dependency to talk about depression. I've been diagnosed as having bipolar type two. I'm being able to talk about on the honest with people about that. If you are listening, please. Reach out to people have hope because you're not on your on your life. Does my you know, regardless if it's paranormal or if it's just life's getting dime. You can't change, and you can't have such a good life. And I'm a testament to that we're gonna come back in a moment. Gavin stay with us. We're gonna also take some phone calls with you next hour as well as we talk about haunted horror of Haverford west. I'd hate to live in that house when you while. So we'll come back in a moment. We'll.
"ambert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I. Broken my uncle would've, right? Yeah. Yeah. He's he comes. I was the same way. I couldn't accept what happened, you know. I detail in a most haunted house, which you don't have to buy because that's included in onto half happened west. And I was just saying he tried to rationalize like like yourself, George like many of your listeners we like talking about the paranormal and people have different experiences. But the end of the day, it's not an acceptable topic to discuss if you you gotta you wouldn't go to a job in the and so, yeah, you know, I'm a ghost hunter. And I've seen ghosts. Because you just know that people are gonna Checchi which is a shame is we it's part of our culture the history, we should be able to talk about such things did this entity really push you to the point of almost committing suicide. Yes. That is correct. I I I I had a very awful experience where I drank two bucks in one night and automatic -ation with the with the. With the idea of ending it will because I was in the best and I had nowhere to go. I was broken. And I couldn't see tomorrow. I was in. You know, I was broken you in a dark place, weren't you? Yeah. And there's no people say, it's selfish. It's not there's no he goes, there's no this will show is five from there's nothing you stripped away from you go from your choice anger frustration. There's just a simple one not to exist anymore. Somebody finds you. What what happened very strange? I did what I did with the expectation is that and I woke up in the morning free of all the facts, I was living on my own a small on the doors and windows a lot. I know do some notes or anything like that. I had no intention of making anyone feel sorry for me. I just didn't want to exist anymore. And I kept next day. I had no hangover. I hadn't been sick. There was no real fat. You should have been dead. I should've been that. They painful for my friends and family that that day. I realized there's something good in this world is a flick it as an Ambert is a flaming. I I it might dependency to alcohol, and I and I worked on my depression. And I talk about it. And I still talk about it on this message to all of us that everyone feels diving he feels like you feel like you're in your best. You can get out. You're not that use. My story is an example, I've done being alive in the last six years. To support people with dependency to talk about depression. I've been diagnosed as having bipolar type two being able to talk about on the honest with people about that. If you are listening. I, you know, please. We check to people have hope because you're not on your on your life. Does my. You know, regardless if it's paranormal or if it's just life getting dime. You can change it. And you kind of have such a good life. And I'm a testament to that we're gonna come back in a moment. Gavin stay with us. We're going to also take some phone calls with you next hour as well as we talk about. Haunted horror of Haverford west. I'd hate to live in that house. Wouldn't you while so we'll come back in a moment..
"ambert" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government
"It's called top Trump, backer, financed supreme court confirmation fights through shadowy network and discusses is Leonard Leo in the federal est society, the federal society that name sounds familiar. They are the people who have been giving Republican politicians, and particularly Donald Trump's administration a list of federal society approved supreme court nominees. And so Neil Gorsuch. Ambert Cavanaugh are both from the federal society federalist society approved and more importantly federal society supported and Leonard Leo is a name that I worry five years from now we'll turn into the cokes where we make him a boogeyman. But at this stage of the game, Leonard Leo is a name that I think needs to be known a lot better. So this article begins with the picture. That's emerging. Of Leonard Leo is that of a man who saw the Trump presidency as an opportunity to breach as an opportunity to branch out said Robert Maguire, the research director for citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington over the last two years, we've seen him go from being a very behind the scenes actor known for being able to rally conservative donors for legal fights to someone who's taking a more central role. Most of the arms of the network are nonprofit groups meaning that the details of the finances in operations go unreported for nearly two years, which means we're two years behind Leonard. Leo right now, it's very clever. So when n reports to the Internal Revenue Service, do that's when we find out one such report recently obtained by the Daily Beast provides new details on arm of Leo's advocacy, network that was until recently, completely unknown. And that group is a five..
"ambert" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"True. Dana lash. First of all, I've said many times, I certainly feel bad for the plight of these people, but they're not asylum. Th they're not true asylum-seeker. They don't qualify under existing law to claim asylum for the they're carrying size. I want a job that doesn't qualify for silence. I certainly understand the plight. These people I can certainly understand them want to be a part of this country. But as a legal way to do it, and they're not in that follow legal process. Thomas home and says, yeah, you know, you you just simply want a job does not mean that you're going to qualify for asylum. I can't believe we have to be so blatant about just how is true. It's just it's it's crazy. Crazy crazy. Anyway, he's right. Do you? Remember though, by the way, when well, and we're going to get to some of this because we have congressman Louie Gohmert coming up all the different members of the administration when they said, no, no, no caravans on an invasion. This is an this is not ever going to happen. We're going to get at all of that as well. And a lot more. Let's kick it into some quick five. And now all of the news. You would probably miss it's time for data's quick five. All right. So I up some analysts on CNN says eating hamburgers for lunch will kill you. Free beacon CNN counter terrorism analyst, Phil Mudd. He was talking about climate change and said that eating Ambert hamburgers will kill Americans. He says, quote, tens of Americans will wake up today and eat hamburgers for lunch. That's going to kill them. What? And he says climate change is a national security issue, except didn't they just actually we just find something else where they were wrong about a bunch of temperatures. It's cyclical..
"ambert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seemingly making strides in in the SEC has a bunch of losses. AM lost three games Kentucky. I know what's in the east. And obviously, Alabama's the west. But Kentucky, we listen. The great story. We love Benny smell be sent this Kentucky gear is game is the conference is it sustainable. That's one of the Florida Gators. All right. They're five and three and they're coming. But did they do the score enough points? Probably not yet LSU back to the west. They're five and three they lost three times the BULLDOGS, they're not ready. Mississippi state. They lost four times at all burns. Invest. With a losing record in in the in the conference here. So specific to next season. My hands were beat. No. But yes, I, but but you have to look at this as well. If if Jalen plays quarterback, and let's say to a really cannot play while Oklahoma has a huge advantage based on two or does play. Yup. The will. Briand out more drives they will have time of possession because they won't have that seventy or bomb that quick replaced right through which keeps the Oklahoma offense off the field, which could mitigate some of their offensive flow, and maybe take away some of the perceived advantage. They would have without too. But I hear you it along with the way inbound, thanks for bearing through bear with me on that in. All yahoo. Zach head coach more he's great not pleased with the NC double A who is Mark average latest comments over the corruption investigation at their Everett set, the investigation would not be completed anytime soon and punishments wouldn't be handed out until after the season always dragging their feet, the have in response few told Yahoo sports, quote, I don't think this is something the NCWA needs to take the time on they need to make a decision and roll with it and quoth Ambert needs to step up and be a leader apart me, this is still part of the quote Ambert needs to step up and be a leader and makes them quicker decision. And quote, more fused comments regarding emerets leadership or in. Or I think this is inbound for BT not to take it overly harsh shot. Mark Imran Ahmed of axes, really nice, man. But I think the NCWA has has historically been so slow adjudicating issues. Oh, when programs make missteps the perfect example is these cells football squad university of Miami alla alla, I'm not going to champion here. But Al golden basically had his hands tied behind his back. Because of the investigation was hanging over the university of Miami's football program. So he couldn't recruit like why are you thinking of fall into the doldrums does a disservice to the program when you when you leave the question Mark out there because it becomes fodder for other coaches you have to use against them. So absolutely about they've got to find a way to to move quicker to get these things for saw. This is easy. I mean, I don't understand that way multi billion dollar business with every imaginable. Tool at their disposal. How they just continued to drag their feet, and they just don't come to conclusions quickly to mazing. You know, I think that if it was Duke, and it was coach K, I would think that they would have pretty swift resolution here. Yeah. Think they're incredibly selective of what they do how they pursue things. The speed and the bigger in which they pursue them. There is no nuance..
"ambert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Both. I'm John will be. We remembered today at a memorial service, a Dallas police officer shot and killed him in his own apartment officer, amber, Geiger, says she did not realize she was entering the wrong apartment. But John's parents told CBS news, they don't believe this. Here's his mother Allison John one of the things I would like is for. Ambert just complain. Just surrender civil rights. Attorney Benjamin Crump is representing the John family. And he's with us now. Good morning, sir. Good morning, Steve. So the officer has told the authorities. This was just a mistake. She came out of a parking garage on the wrong floor of an apartment building went to the wrong door. What reason is there to doubt this? Where they have given bearable narratives, and it keeps changing. But at the end of the day, she broken in both them Jones apartment cute him. And now she's claiming self defense. What are some of the differences in the basic story or basic story being that you just went to the wrong door? We're first of all when she was talking with the Dallas police department. She claimed that she was trying to ended up part man, she had her key. She put things down. So she can try to get into the apartment, even though there was a bright red rock right outside of both house to identify that that was his apartment that should've gave notice right there. And then she said there was a confrontation when she first started in the first narrative now in the second latest narrative by the Texas Rangers, Steve she's saying the door was open. It was a jar and she did in the apartment shooting. So she shot before she came into the apartment when she saw Dr figure this is much different than the first account. She gave and why would you have to put your key in a door that was already open. So it's just so many inconsistencies, and if you're I would have killed somebody and say we went in. Wrong apartment. We still would have been arrested that night, but she wasn't arrested in two three days later, the both John family believes that she's been given preferential treatment. Well, let's talk about that arrest. I because the police chief Alicia Rene hall has attempted to explain that delay. Let's listen. Indications..
"ambert" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Now you as a former DJ at one time DJ had in your mind. Hundreds of share songs is that one of your phase is that why you chose that. No. Actually, it was in there. Already. Yeah. After the video is kind of ru risque, I don't remember that when she's half dressed and win. She's. That's the way she lives in a constant state. Pretty much true. Yeah. She was already in her forties. Then so she was looking great for her forties. But her thirteen year old son Elijah was playing guitar in it and she was starting around half naked. It was a little questionable. Little you knew a lot about that video. I didn't she's still in great voice, though. She's you know that joke about cockroaches. And share. I'm glad I was back here to start talking on the phone while you're doing the news telling a my financial manager get rid of all of our Tesla's stock. Why is this guy keeps shooting himself in the foot? He's just a peculiar person. He's one of the genius, right? He has great ideas like trying to bore a hole under Chicago deeper hole and then in Los Angeles. He's apparently doing that with both of those cities where he's gonna make those tunnels that shoot those cars two hundred miles an hour. He's just you know, he's one of those eccentrics with a great mind. I guess, but it's like people people who want to risk their money. I was talking about small business owners a little while ago. And how tough that is that old thing to try to do that. Anybody who tries to invest anything. You wanna make sure that whoever's at the helm is not a nutball and not inebriated. And that's probably not a good look. That's true. I mean, it's like, okay. Yeah. Let's let's risks some money with this guy. And it's like, I don't know. He does have some great ideas. But he's going to need a different financial team. I think is accountant just left. Yeah. I don't blame him. Anyway. Come on. Now, come on Alon husk. He says legal, right. It's legal. Yeah. That's probably not a good idea for you to do that. When you're asking people to invest in your dream and the Tesla's stock is moving backward. Because he's had multiple instances of of things that have not gone well for its Ambert. That's the problems that amber herd, chick, whatever she touches turns to dust quickly like Johnny Depp's Bank account. We'll see how that works. And then the whole notion of well, you know, it's legal marijuana's legal. Okay. Well, so whiskey whiskies been legal a long time. But if you're showing up with a bottle in your hand in the early morning, or whatever. That is going to dissolve all the trust anybody has, but it is legal as true in many states. It's legal and starting to worry the people in the beer industry. I think Anheuser Busch come up with a new jingle now for them. You don't smoke that. Instead. When.
"ambert" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"And I think that is yet another reminder to the motorists that they ain't getting this Ponti back anytime soon. Yeah. If all those people want to argue that you should stick around. Yeah, you want to know you don't stick around for alternate selection, sticking around for generation in the hope, but it might might change back. So I think that is the sticking point. I still think that we can. We wanna wait to see what happens. I mean, there's a kind of. And there's an element David Davis to resign that we, that we all think we all heard about belated motorists leaving the party is never going to happen. It's going to happen and then actually does happen. I think one of the things that appears to me changed over the summer is I mean, there is now a fifty percent Jones of a double digit number of labor MP's not having the labour whip by Christmas possibly before conference. Katie. I think there is talk that if this net energy didn't make this decision tomorrow, the parliamentary labour party meet up and they are having a vague, a symbolic vote on whether or not they want to adopt the doesn't mean thing really. And I think part of the trigger for the NEC having this meeting today where it's on the agenda is to stave off the fret that because if they don't accept it and we still need that Nate confound, then they would have this vote. They wish they would actually and you to eat, might see if people decide that that would be the springboard from which they announced they resigning the whip. I think that if they. Accepted solves the problem too. I think it will be very hollow victory and I think it will probably mean that things to escalate that to that level of the next few days. The monetary reselection votes conferences also enough a moment because once not comes in woman isn't gonna, stop it. But if the fact he's choosing not to stop it will, I think, make more piecing I've gotten very chance of surviving. So one throw caution to the wind. I've got nothing to lose. Finally, Katie such Javaid is considering some big changes to stop and search. Just explain what's going on there. So this is an interesting thing because Theresa May's very protective, the home office having served for a long time is difficulty Merodon counted, but evidence suggested has arrived. He's ready managed to make waves and sheep own his own Mark on it, and the latest paps to resume policy that he is changing is that police will be able to stop and search anyone suspected of carrying acid under new paths. Says that you're increasing, stop and search Theresa May have pride has not increasing. Storm says, this is another sign that he is able to get things done. That previous people haven't in that Rosa is not a sign of his strength. Theresa May's weakness. James, we'll talk such Jarvis leadership envisions, I think, is coin clearance. Javid is one of the people who will stand when may steps down. He benefits from the fact that he felt so far out to faith with her. There was probably no almost new cabinet minister who was in more danger of the height of the mass energy vans jab it. So he's not tainted by the may era. And as he's on. Joel, basically reversing the may legacy if you think the will ultimately cost Ambert her job was that she was too hesitant to touch the things that trees had done and her big strategic error was not realizing that trees may was. So we ought to be election when wrong that she could base it if what she wants to do in trees, make them to stop. So you're in this position now where it is painful trees may, but she's in the big promotion. She's made recently such a dominant rob, the people that almost must actively dislikes because that was the only way to hold the party together. And I mean, guess Katie says it shows the decline in trees, amaze power control, even in the department that she has most about, she's having to accept policy, changes the on what she would have done. Thank you, James, and thank you Katie..
"ambert" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Simply means to be all in. You shouldn't flirt around with the idea of owning a business unless you're all and the Polian hill eloquently wrote about this and his book think and grow rich that he wrote as a result of being commissioned to do so by the late great, Andrew Carnegie in nineteen o eight in this book thinking grow rich. I wanna read a passage from the book, and then I went up to miss amber cola, the co, founder of coal fitness as to why it's so important to sign your goals to print your goals into live those goals to print them out then to sign them into live him. So this is what Napoleon hill writes. He writes along while ago, a great warrior faced a situation which made it necessary for him to make a decision which ensured his success on the battlefield. I wonder what it was. He was able he was about to send his armies against a powerful foe who's men outnumbered his own sounds like starting a business. He loaded his soldiers into boats sailed to the end into the enemy's country. It sounds like he's going after an industry. There's already a big competitor. He unloaded his soldiers and then gave the order to burn the boats that carried them. I'm sure the guys who are burning the boats thought to themselves as probably trick is probably a genius move. I wonder why we're putting the votes addressing his men before his first battle. He said, you see the boats going up in smoke. That means that we cannot leave these shores alive, and that's we win. We have no choice. We win or we parish pretty intense. They want every person who wins in any undertaking must be willing to burn his ships and cut all sources of retreat only by doing so can one. That means you be sure of maintaining the state of mind what the state of mind known as a burning desire to win, which is essential to success Ambert. Why do you have to print out your goals? Sign those goals and live those goals? If you want to have success in the areas of fitness or in business. Well, you have to visually be able to see that goal and be reminded of that daily and wanna go back to equations for twenty two that you had talked about. You've got to get rid of that former way of life that's burning the bridges you're being corrupted by those deceitful desires. So part of it is you've got to make the change and that first commitment to yourself and getting it written on paper so you can visually see it and not only hold you accountable, but you also make a statement to everyone else in your life. Everyone else around you that those are your goals. That's the win, and that's your desire. And that kind of tells everyone else around you that you're burning the ships, Charles, I wanna get your take on this because once you've signed the document you put on your frigerator, you put it on your mere, whether it's about growing business or getting in shape once you've committed to something. Then you've got to resolve in your mind that you're going to commit to the next four weeks. You gotta say, hey, if I'm going to do this whole fitness thing, I got to commit to four weeks in my mind. I'm not gonna worry about fifty weeks. I'm just not gonna quit for the first four weeks. You live food will still be there. You can still be successful top of mind, awareness, print it and put it right in front of the mirror when you get up and get ready in the morning. So you see it every day. So the first thing you do is you see it right when you wake up right when you get ready and you see it everyday staring in the face if you have to copy it and put it on the fridge. So every time he walked to the fridge, the pantry, you gotta you gotta get that top of mind awareness that reminder that you have committed to four weeks. You have burnt the bridges on your former self that you are a new creation and you're going to be successful regardless of what it takes. You will not die. You will still survive and food will still be there and you can be successful George, Washington, Carver, who is a man who was born a slave..
"ambert" Discussed on KOMO
"Attack on tourists visiting from arizona we've acidy leaders of two story we broke will lead to any policy changes on a legal street camping mayor jenny durken says she'll respond to us tomorrow meanwhile in addition to the mayor we'd reached out to the city council to ask if the tourist attack will change the city's priorities we'll keep you posted as we hope for those responses sometime tomorrow and another shooting and seattle multiple shots fired and seattle's bell town overnight we know at least one man is at harborview he may not survive the shooting happened near the ambert nightclub first avenue at about two o'clock this morning officers had shut down a parking lot with yellow tapers gathered evidence neighbors we spoke with said the heard at least twenty shots fired waiting to hear back from seattle pd on whether they've caught the shooter and what led up to this event komo news time is ten thirty four we have dylan paul with us here with aaa traffic every ten minutes on board your commute out there so far in good shape out of there on your father's day i five north and southbound in and out of seattle looking pretty clear as well as i ninety eastandwestbound moving along nicely as well there is one crash in downtown seattle on fifteenth avid fifty ninth street that's blocking all but one of the southbound lanes we were also looking at fourth avenue downtown seattle it's closed between university street and the union street for construction both of those places you're either gonna want to avoid or plan for some extra time the joint base lewis mcchord maingate just off of i five at exit one twenty is currently under construction and there will be no outbound traffic using the gate as well as inbound traffic.
"ambert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A run like george mason you're completely eliminating a cinderella story is cinderella run to the final for like that's the only thing preventing these power five schools now from leaving the incident late don't you think uh football wouldn't skippy isn't there allegiance between them all well i don't your what do you mean like my aren't are every conference part of the nc aa while i'm sure but i'm just saying what what is that relationship between all the conferences and the nc doubling the guy mean it was the end smugly their first and then all these conferences were created or the conference's there and they said we need the nc aa ansett monolith request randy directed for that remain at all the fancy aa is by guys lunacy aa was there for but they unsee aa is made up of the university presidents are really the governing body they hire marc ambert all the life in the if there are the member institutions right but the nc delays still has its own leadership doesn't it say blue but it's not like the nc aa as a standalone organization they're made up of the member institutions like they could they could break off though now the foreign like don't have to bring what they just have to despair they just had to say there is no nc aa will all the president's volume diversities there is no and see double eight and we're going to be the power five conferences and this is what we're gonna do we're hiring y'all salazar commission only thing that it's the only thing that might prevent them is what a big money maker the unsuitably tournament is because that's still generates a significant rana revenue that would be a deterrent in in because football like i said the they've the power fives are all we watch really in the i mean like how is the bull season ultimately affected if the polyansky mother ornament right now pays the freight at most schools for every other sport see so that's what's preventing the idea that they should just totally separate themselves from the.
"ambert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What he said it starts with the coach's i would say coaches aren't blameless but i think it starts tires in that stan van gundy referring to the enzi aa as you heard it one of the worst organisations may be the worst organization in sports but what about the future espn analyst j bilas while they're not going to burn it down because they're not going to turn their backs on the billions of dollars that they're they're taking t e contracts cheque right yeah that's what i'm saying tv contract shoe contracts you name it apparel deals uh uh media deals at conference media deals so it goes it goes really deep into what these schools really are and it's so that nobody in one thing i know for sure is no matter what the fbi finds were playing all these games on saturday uh and wednesday at tuesday and wherever thick monday at everybody's plant no no nothing we'll be cancelled and every check will be cleared and the money's a continued to change chance that is not gonna stop so when the when the current it's doubly president park ambert said if we want college sports in america we've got a we've got to do something now you like are you kidding you guys didn't know this was going i've coarsely did and and what makes me laugh about it is he forms a commission on basketball but not football uh that's painfully naive or wilfully blind and uh and it's all got to be addressed together in my judgement but the one thing the first thing i would do it i think most people may not understand this but these are considered right now by the us attorney's office of the district so that this york these are considered crimes uh because nc see aa rules were violated and and institutions that are federally funded were put at risk of losing money that's all that that's the entire theory of the government's case against the those that have been indicted so far and ed charged so federal law doesn't have to change for these these things to uh to no longer be crimes only answer up rules have to change and my thing is and i've been saying this for a long time but it was up with their with the.