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Josh Duggar Granted Release as He Awaits Child Porn Trial
"A former reality TV star won't have to stay in custody while awaiting trial even as he allowed Josh Duggar to have the chance to be on home confinement while awaiting trial on child **** charges a federal judge in Arkansas one the former star of nineteen kids and counting that he had better not give them a reason to regret that decision but in terms of his release cover is confined to the home of family friends who have agreed to look after him he is also barred from having any internet accessible devices pending his trial which is now set for July six the other was indicted on federal child porn charges last Friday a day after his arrest he has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse
"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.
Storms Spawn Dangerous Twisters in the Southern States
"Much of the south is at risk for more severe weather today after tornadoes struck parts of the region Sunday night and Monday causing heavy damage in some parts of Mississippi and flipping trucks in Texas National Weather Service meteorologist Mike admin student based in Mississippi says parts of his state as well as Texas Louisiana Alabama Tennessee corners of Arkansas and Georgia are at enhanced risk but the worst weather involving potential for tornadoes but the most significant potential today is actually damaging wind gusts and large scale but then in addition there is also heavy rain threat he says expect up to five inches of rain in some parts flash flooding and hail the size of golf balls he says that triple threat will make it worse than Sunday and so far they've confirmed eight tornadoes from that day I'm Julie Walker
Former Reality TV Star Josh Duggar Arrested, Jailed in Arkansas
"A former reality TV star is under arrest Josh Duggar has been arrested and is in the custody of federal authorities in Arkansas it is unclear what charges he may end up facing he is being held at the Washington County jail after his arrest by federal marshals as for the nature of the arrest the marshal service is referring any questions to a federal prosecutor in the western part of Arkansas Duggar is thirty three and start on the TLC show nineteen kids and counting it was pulled off the air in twenty fifteen after it came out that he had molested four of his sisters and a babysitter I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Millions of Americans Are Missing Their Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
"The johnson and johnson co vaccine became more widely available today but there are many people willing to take it and across the country growing signs of hesitancy to take any vaccine at all in some areas that means fewer people are signing up for a shot where there is plenty of supply contrast all that with the increasing cova crisis in india where they desperately need more treatments and vaccines the world health organization now calling on countries with excess to send it there. We'll have a report from overseas in just a moment. But we begin with sam brock in miami on florida's first full day of johnson johnson reentering the vaccine marketplace many took a pass. They don't want to kansas or voice strong opposition for their loved. Once it's concerning for me as a parent or a daughter you know family member. Whatever you you don't wanna be that person going through any type of side effects the one mom already vaccinated with j. and j. was seeking it out for her eighteen year old daughters. It's only fifteen cases out of more than eight eight million people who got the shot so it's very minimum so our felt safe split sentiment as health officials go on a full court press to assure the public. The vaccine is effective an extremely low risk. We clearly have a situation where the benefits greatly outweigh. The risks even for younger women a fragile american psyche butting up against a race to get shots in arms at the indianapolis motor speedway acceleration. Once again of jj doses. Any vaccine into any arm is a win. While in san francisco agreed light in the golden state. Johnson johnson too risky especially if there's other alternatives right now. Some states are starting to turn down. Government shipments due to lack of demand in arkansas. Seventeen counties are cutting back according to the arkansas democrat. Gazette
Interview With Co-Founder of the ArkanSTOL Ozark Backwoods Challenge
"So joining us virtually today from kansas city. Is john young. John is one of the co founders of an event called arkansas ozark backwoods challenge. Which may sound familiar to you if you're an avid reader of ea v magazine but in case you missed. January's issue john. Why don't you tell listeners. A little bit about the events and how this whole thing got started. Well first of all first of all how and christina thank you so much for For the opportunity to represent all the folks involved in the in the backwoods challenge and it is that kind of a labor of love for us. And and we're excited at you know at what's happened in your coverage on it and really excited about what might happen in the future. So the the backwoods challenge itself is held down in north west arkansas. And it's kind of a hidden gem of an area backwards flying. The a lot of people know about they think about backcountry backwards flying. They think about. Going to idaho and montana and alaska all that or maybe you know the appalachians And the east coast. But they don't think a lot about what's available right in the mid west and there is an area that encompasses kind of southern missouri Southeast kansas south or north west oklahoma and predominantly sorry northeast oklahoma and predominantly north west. Arkansas that has mountains it can go up to his highest re thousand feet and It's just there's a slew of of runways down there that are there are truly challenging. Runways anything from five hundred feet. Too long runways. It can accommodate jets all the same region so That became the focus of an area. Where a lot of us go to To do the backcountry flying to learn and our skills and specifically a place called birds adventure center
US under Biden will no longer call migrants 'illegal aliens'
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. agencies will no longer call migrants illegal aliens under the bike did ministration the Biden administration is instructing agencies to no longer referred to migrants as avians memos issued by customs and border protection and immigration and customs enforcement recommended Chloe's use non citizen or migrant additionally instead of illegal aliens employees of customs and border protection and ice should use undocumented noncitizens or undocumented individuals Republican senator Tom cotton of Arkansas pushed back against the new guidance saying we use the term illegal alien because they're here illegally Mike Rossi out Washington
How Do Taxes Work for Remote Employees? It's Complicated.
"Is april fifteenth tax day. Except it's not the. Irs has extended as yours deadline to file and people like myself now have until may seventeenth to get those forms in but if you're one of the millions of employees who work remotely in the last year you may find some surprise taxes you haven't heard about yet. Luckily my colleague. ronnie. Mola is here to explain ronnie. Hey peter you know used to sit next to each other day after day after day and then the pandemic came and you went away to an undisclosed location somewhere north of new york city as it going up there colder than where you are but pretty good. It's colder and are your taxes any different because you because you live upstate. So for me. It's not that different Because i used to live in brooklyn. Now i've moved upstate within the same state so it's just a matter of you know just paying taxes where i live but to another state. Say like texas or tennessee. You might be a different situation. Why is up. Your taxes are generally based on where you're physically doing the work like where you're sitting in sweatpants and typing on your computer except in the case of these convenience role states which were these states that say hey we're gonna tax you based on where your job is located which kind of just like a whole wrench into how this normally works. So the convenience will states are states like new york arkansas connecticut. There's a they're seven of them and convenience rule states say that they're going to tax you based on where your office is where your job has an office not based on where you're physically working So that's obviously a big deal in the pandemic when a lot of people are no longer working Where their offices and they might be in a completely different state okay. I'm half following. So let's say you had moved to texas along with everyone else in technology. What would happen to your taxes for your current job at vox which is based in new york city since if i had moved to texas a state that has no income tax and it sounds like that's gonna be awesome because i'm going to get to keep more of my money because new york where my job has. An office is a convenience rule state. I actually still have to pay new york income tax. If my job had an office in another state say like tennessee or florida or any of the other non convenience role states i would pay taxes based on where i'm living in that case it would be texas.
"arkansas" Discussed on Conversations
"As well as testing and getting what medical care you could. You also helped men find housing and cooked for them. But you didn't have much money to spare to buy food. Where did you start getting your groceries from well. Allison had i was taking her to school one morning and i stopped at the piggly-wiggly on park avenue. And you need to go and get some chips or something for her lunch and so i noticed that there were loaves of bread at by the dumpster and i saw these men just taking big carts vegetables and fruit and just dumping them in the dumpster and there didn't appear to be anything wrong with them and mill cheese and i'm like oh my god that would put weight on my guys and i didn't have money to feed everyone and they didn't have been resources at all. They had worked in months. Who knows when they had worked they were so sick and i just thought why not overlooked and it was amazing. Everything was still in the package. It was still fresh. Some of it was still in gate. And i just started dumpster diving from then on out after a while. I kind of let someone know who worked there. That i thought might be friendly and gay friendly. And i'm pretty sure he was because after that he started settling everything outside of the dumpster. So i wouldn't have to get in it. We still selling time share. You know we used to maintaining your your regular life during all this. I was trying to and then. My daughter's father was killed in an automobile accident when she was in first grade and it was a blessing in disguise because it gave me the social security that i needed to live on. You know. I made enough money. That i didn't have to work a fulltime job and not enough money to live on. We're you concerned about alison. I'm i mean we you wondering about the impact. This was having on her. The the attention you a giving to these these young men. I was but you know even as a child you know this is how you pray and listen to the preacher and you know when i corinthians second corinthians girl i first corinthians i'm not an old testament girl in any way shape or form and Anyway well you commandments. I've tried to keep. But sometimes it's hard and jesus said to go out and feed the hungry. Take care of the sick to take care of you. Know people and nate and I noticed i was having to tell her more often. Okay now we're going to go out and do this wonderful kind thing that jesus wants us to do a donald. You tell anybody where we've been in specially. Don't tell your daddy or grandparents. And i one of my this child to do y you know god and christ ask us to do as christians and telling her. It's a san and it's a bad thing. Tell her own father. Because i didn't raise her rely. What kind of church did you go to in hot springs. And what did they make the work. You're doing the first united methodist is for. I went to charge and it was just what i was raised southern baptist. And you know that wasn't for me at all in. They said that everybody was going to hell. For every reason in the entire world not only not and so first methodist. You know. I like to say that we met the distant avenue Into offend anyone. So i was on the finance committee. I was the youngest person and i was the first woman and just i was so proud of that so anyway. Once they found out. I was stripped of that. I was stripped of everything and And we were beloved family charged family members. You know until this. And i asked him if i could have one room in the breezeway outside. Boris support group meeting for aids patients once a month or once a week and he said surely you're not talking about bringing those people into this church are you in nineteen eighty eight. You went on tv talking about what was happening with. Hiv and arkansas. How far out of the box was that for. How a southern lady was meant to behave. Oh my grandmother would just be twirling and hargrave shane as she would get that bar ivory soap and my mouth out and a it was just scandalous and i didn't realize that just by the fact that i was divorced that i was a social pariah. Anyway to begin with. I didn't know that but They were very embarrassed. That i would go on and talk about sex and you know i. I always wanted to be in the junior lee. I don't know if they'll have anything like do you have a. It's it's a high society social club where you do I guess everybody's married nawab Do volunteer work and social meetings and stuff like that. And then there's a joke about junior leaguers you now. Why junior lakers enjoy groups next up all the thank you notes. They have to write but they're all doctors lives lawyer's wives and he'll kinda cremant the town and i never done by to be in the junior league after that. No no junior league invitation but you did start getting Sent a lot of stuff anonymously in the mail. What would people send you after you went public combat the work you're doing with aids patients. Wow you name it. I was sent anonymously. I get hate mail. I get threats. People call me with death threats and which is just simply amazing. If you don't like gay people you know stay away. Don't be became his this couple. These dear friends. You had team in jim that you'll frenchie chlorine to to amuse tragic klay. They both passed away from from aids. And you were waiting to to bury them. What happened at your place. The not before you sit to bury your friends..
"arkansas" Discussed on Conversations
"She goes well. Yes i said. While i'm wearing one was what a bat tasting i mean. Where could people go to get tested back in the eighty s. I was the only place you the only person testing in arkansas. How did you know how to do that. Route few when you went to a nurse doctor. How did you know how to test people. Tim was a former iv drug user. And he still liked the feeling of the needle in his arm. A gave him a russian so he would say now damaged. It's not like a helicopter. You don't land like a helicopter going like you're a jet plane and that's how i learned how to draw line and how to start a blood needle or start an iv. So you take blood. How would you keep that. That cold ready to be tested is bucket. I kept When i go fishing. So i'd fill it up with my test jabs and all of this garden basket to for i'd meet people at other cemeteries around. People won't bother you in a cemetery. You look like you know what you're doing and look we. Were going to plant flowers or something. And i would you know. Give them the pre counseling spiel. And i would say bill test negative today. But if you don't have any unprotected sex you'll test again in three months and then six months and just tell them everything. And then i would take it to little rock to the arkansas health department. What was it like having to give the results. When it was a positive result and you were the person telling those young men and they had become my friends at this point you know. I had found them and they were wonderful. And they were just so full of life and fabulous and It was heartbreaking. It was heartbreaking. Because you have to say now this is a death sentence and you know damn thing well it is at that point and you just just have to convince them the best that i could that they may not have a full long but they were going to have the best life that anybody could have an animality time that they would live a full life.
"arkansas" Discussed on Conversations
"Needle or start an iv. So you take blood. How would you keep that. That cold ready to be tested is bucket. I kept When i go fishing. So i'd fill it up with my test jabs and all of this garden basket to for i'd meet people at other cemeteries around. People won't bother you in a cemetery. You look like you know what you're doing and look we. Were going to plant flowers or something. And i would you know. Give them the pre counseling spiel. And i would say bill test negative today. But if you don't have any unprotected sex you'll test again in three months and then six months and just tell them everything. And then i would take it to little rock to the arkansas health department. What was it like having to give the results. When it was a positive result and you were the person telling those young men and they had become my friends at this point you know. I had found them and they were wonderful. And they were just so full of life and fabulous and It was heartbreaking. It was heartbreaking. Because you have to say up this is a death sentence and you know damn well it is at that point and you just just have to convince them the best that i could that they may not have a full long long-life but they were going to have the best life that anybody could have an animality time that they would live a full life.
NCAA Warns State Lawmakers Against Limiting Transgender Sports Participation
"Who want to place limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice here. CBS's Jim Priscilla, the NC double A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes in sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 states are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have already signed such measures into law. It's 12
NCAA Backs Transgender Athletes, Says Events Will Be in Places 'Free of Discrimination'
"Limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has more the NC double. A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes and sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 States are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have signed such measures into law. How we doing on Wall
No. 3 Ole Miss Overcomes 11-Run Deficit but Still Loses to No. 2 Arkansas
"Know there's news in the state house as always but Would be wrong in saying that. The hottest conversation the last two or three days and maybe all week long and mississippi involves college baseball. I the only reason you'd be wrong because timeframe should have been since about february staff college. Baseball is Is the topic. We'll tell us about the The past weekend. And then we'll look ahead to this coming weekend because In reading you and keeping up with all my friends down there. It was wild weekend this past weekend and make it even wilder next weekend. The cliff notes version is. Arkansas was number two team in the country. This the number three team in the country. Arkansas ended up taking two out of three from old miss in oxford with Absolute amazingly weird game on sunday. Where inside and eleven. Nothing lead olmecs came back to tie it fourteen to fourteen and then arkansas ended up scoring four runs in the last two innings to to take the win but that seems kind of like a footnote to the fact that over a course a two days over a course of three games there were more than thirty three thousand fans who attended this one and next weekend in a state that again is still open up after the that regulations illness is going to be playing mississippi state and another top ten series this time in starkville with Again we'll see if mississippi state wants to try and beat. What ole miss just achieve to and have the biggest College baseball weekend of the year. Probably all season unless louisiana starts loosening restrictions. A little
Arkansas Governor Vetoes Ban on Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth
"Bill 15 70. Which bans gender transition procedures for Myers. The Arkansas Democrat Gazette reports that the GOP sponsored legislation prohibits healthcare providers from administering gender transition treatments, which can include surgery. And hormone therapy to people under the age of 18. Governor Hutchinson called the bill a vast government overreach. Referred to It is a product of the cultural war in America, while the Arkansas state Legislature has overridden The governor's veto on this bill. And Hutchinson gave us the reason why he vetoed the bill to begin with If this was about prohibiting procedures, sex reassignment surgery. Absolutely. I would have signed that bill. But this again is the first law in the nation that Invokes the state between medical decisions. Parents who consent to that and the decision of the patient, and so this goes way too far. And that in itself is part of the problem. And then Hutchinson says, Look, he's
US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Businesses. Showdown between Arkansas lawmakers and the state's governor is over and a law banning gender confirming treatments and surgery. Transgender youths set to go on the books. CBS is Allison Keyes, Republican controlled Senate and House easily voted to override Governor Asa Hutchinson's veto of the bill. Republican governor acted amid opposition from pediatricians Social worker's appearance of transgender youth who said it hurt a community already at high risk for depression and suicide The day Seo Yoo says it will challenge the law before it's set to take effect
Arkansas lawmakers override veto of transgender health care law
"Arkansas lawmakers have overturned the governor's veto of a bill banning gender affirming care for trans miners member station K U A. R Daniel Bree knows more governor is a Hutchinson said he expected lawmakers to override his veto of the bill, which bans gender based care like hormones for people under 18. Override measure in the Arkansas House in Senate passed easily. Democratic Senator Clark Tucker compared it to the aftermath of the 1957 battle over integrating Little Rock Central High School and that special session the most powerful people in the state were bullying. The most vulnerable people in our state. I wish I could say that's the only time that's happened in the history of our state, But it's just not true. It's happened time and time again in this building. The CL U says it hopes to block the law in
Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Bill focused on transgender young people. Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments for transgender youth. His decision came after pleas from pediatricians, social workers and parents of trans youth opposed to the measure that the CBS is Jim. Her solo lawmakers in Arkansas, though, can override the governor's veto by a simple majority numbered Harvard Group of
Arkansas governor vetoes anti-transgender health care bill
"Vetoed the save adolescents from experimentation or Safe act, calling it vast government overreach. House Bill 15 70 would put the state As the definitive oracle of medical care, overriding parents. Patients and health care experts. The American Academy of Pediatrics was among the groups opposing the bill. Dozens of bills focused on transgender youth are being considered in state legislators across the country. Chanson says denying medical care to transgender youth will cause harm. The Arkansas General Assembly is expected to override the governor's veto for NPR news. I'm
Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Cutler, Arkansas's governor vetoes legislation that would have made his state the first of band gender confirming treatments for transgender youth Republican governor is, 100 said today rejected the measure. Prohibiting doctors from pro providing gender confirming hormone treatments or surgery to minors or from referring them to other
Chicago Loyola Basketball Coach Porter Moser Leaves For Oklahoma
"Of legendary Oklahoma men's basketball coach Lon Kruger. The Sooners have their new bench boss, now former Loyola Chicago head coach Porter Moser. Moser went 1 88 and 1 41 in 10 seasons with the Ramblers, including three conference championships in a final four. The 52 Year old has a head coaching resume that also includes Arkansas, Little Rock and Illinois State. No word yet on if Sister Jeanne is also part of the steel, probably not to March madness on
"arkansas" Discussed on Trust the Prophets Podcast
"This one for the win improbable. We're going to look for another horse. That I think is a real strong winter. Combatant really. It's the number one horse in terms of morning. Line odds for number one horse drawn four to one low. It's not like Your Dad's great great combatant love it? Oh combat and you gotTa love it right. You'll have to hammer down. Maybe don't bet an exotic without having hours in it police. Salt yourself exactly. Why don't you just lump in a lump in combat and into your exotic? They're exactly and I'M GONNA go. I'm going to shift right for my long shot here. Twenty two one sky promise In terms of the mount here Mojica that's Mojica or Oliver. Mohegan came his first name starts with the no drawn a blank here but drawn some pretty crazy odds twenty. Two one strong horse racing. The hundreds and number of times can be skype offset. Yup Go ahead yeah. It's past five races really strong past five races Hard to compare against all the other horses here right. You've got Mister Frasier and the force lot you've got. What is it trophy? Mr Freeze a legend by the way. Go ahead mister. Freeze a legend. There's just tons of legends in this race so it was tough to look for. Just one tacitus right next to it number one but yeah. I'm going to go for sky. Promise twenty two one is. Is The horse that I'm going to chase some some really strong odds on? Yeah just a quick interruption. Before I go with my metric relevant metric for raise twelve the last race oaklawn park race. Seven on Friday. Live that we just listened to We did hit that Trifecta by the way what we did to the eleven men in the can paid eleven eighty two win just looked at it bobbing a nineteen forty on the dollar exact and a two old six thirty and fifty cent tribe that we had a prospect fever in their prospector. Fever cage as nobility the favorite got second to put it all together and that's just a huge hit if you're not betting with the prophets then. I don't know what you're doing wasting your time and we'll we'll probably get one more. I don't know maybe a race eight goes off over. Still doing the podcast. Most likely not but Race twelve. Let's put it let's recap it real quick and we'll move along a race twelve strong race just tons of beautiful horses in this race but our top horse in terms of being able to to place a wind bet improbable at the fourteenth hole. Eight one odds morning line. Combat to combat in the seven hours was second right combatant seven second and then sky promised twenty to one longshot improbable. Get scratched throw in Tacitus. Love that Horse Arrigo raise twelve. We have a relevant metric as always Mr Freeze welcome back. It's been a while freeze. Its been three or four podcast ago. We introduced you to them. Inspired a disgusting Jeffrey Dahmer Rant. From I don't know like I said four or five podcast ago. Guy Likes to cut off heads of human beings and put them in his freezer. Hence MR freeze. Who's mind doesn't just go to Dahmer? When you think of a name like Mister Freeze Joey Talamo on the Mount Anytime. Talamo jumps in the irons. I like a horse. This is six to one morning line. Animal got a good shot. Lobby MR freeze baby as going to say when when I hear you say Mr Freeze. I think of Arnold Schwarzenegger playing Mr Freeze and Batman movie. I don't know one of the worst Batman movies ever. I don't even remember. Maybe I don't do the Dushi she What does that Comic Book Stuff? I don't I just don't get into it at all. It's not my thing I haven't lately but I still have that image of him. Playing MR freeze. Schwarzenegger did something after Predator. Whatever it was I didn't even notice Guvener Guvener. He's keeping busy. Yeah Yeah Hopefully. He goes away for good you all right. We're GONNA move along. Here's the big we're GONNA move along to the big one. This is the one not to take anything away from race. Eleven because the dual Arkansas Derby again what Oakland was whoever map pissing out masterpiece job. Masterful job of managing the virus situation awesome because now we have race eleven. Which was the first Arkansas Derby? What Division One Division? Two was raised thirteen. And it's even stronger field outside of Charlotte. I think would probably be the favourite neither of these. But he's got there's one horse it I would put neck and neck with Charlatan and he's in this race thirteen. We're going to go ahead formula at. I'm pretty sure I'm going to guess that you have on top because I can't imagine that you have anybody else. Yes I got two horses on top. I'll go in order of which I think that they are actually going to finish. But they are my top two horses in this race so the number one also the number one in terms of the morning line odds doll. But I I if I'm looking at the formulas they are split between this horse and the next Horse Right. So it's so.
"arkansas" Discussed on Trust the Prophets Podcast
"Oh no kidding okay. I think we're podcast number twenty one. This podcast finally able to buy booze at the liquor store down the street. We had our twenty first birthday. And it's a big one night just because it's twenty one but because this the weekend everybody's waiting for that first weekend in. May only it's not the derby expect it to be right? We expected this to be the Kentucky Derby. We're expecting this to be a big podcast. And it's still a big podcast. Thank you to the people at Oaklawn for putting together an enormous program for the Arkansas Derby this weekend saving the weekend getting some amazing horses to run a couple races for us and these are the racists. We're going to talk about. So yeah I'm I'm the formula and I'm joined by empire maker. How's it going on your end going? Good Man I'm I'm Just wanted to give a shout out to the cove virus for just destroying the first half of the year for everybody. Thanks thanks buddy. Besides all that. We're actually getting back to work next week Things are starting to normalize slowly hopefully because little bit afraid of some resets on death tolls going back but other than that We're GONNA stay on a positive note and talk about some horse racing I wanted to mention to just a massive week at will rogers. We played three slates there. This week and slade all of them. I think we had fifty percent wire greater on all three of them. Yeah and we've we've kind of figured out a strategy on will rogers. It's been paying out and I think a lot of people been following us on that too. Yeah I've gotten a ton of good feedback and you know people people asking for other picks from different tracks based on the success. We've had their gets. It's been a great week. Probably the best week of twenty twenty to be honest with you. Yesterday we played oaklawn not not terrible but not good We were negative but again it wasn't something's didn't yeah it. Was You know we had some? We had some spots where we looked pretty good in some spots that we missed so by the way were disorder recording us on Friday afternoon to four thirty PM m eastern time right now so While we're broadcasting this thing well we're recording. You're gonNA hear probably spouts from me because we're playing along on the Friday slate today. I think we're going to raise six is coming up next in about ten or fifteen minutes so if you hear some random cursing and screaming. I may even put the audio of the race on to To live give feedback on how we're doing so anyway Let's jump into Oakland for Saturday because there's fourteen races in their full fields and it's going to be an awesome day tomorrow. What did we got going on here? We are looking forward to oaklawn tomorrow. We are going through one through fourteen. But WE'RE GONNA skip to. We didn't have enough data on that race to make a competent pick and for these picks in the past. I've given you what were are one. Two three in terms of an exact try box or an exact a three horsebox We're changing it up a little bit. We're giving you our top two favorites to win and then we're also going to throw in what we consider to be a long shot so I think at the most or at the least are long. Shot to sorry are long shot to finish in the money. I think at the least. We've got maybe an eight to one horse squeezed in there but most of these are Morning Line odds of ten or more so basically a value played up to bounce into your exotic exact to try to pick three and four hours to cover the coverage basically. Yeah exactly something that we think could show could place and provide a pretty good value and and you know in these huge races. This is what we've noticed. I'm sure other people notices while there's always a that squeaks into the money when you've got twelve horses run in like that that you know it wasn't in your top three may not have been in your top four wasn't in your top five so we're trying to find any of those value. Plays out there that we think could be the horse that as a ten to one morning line. Odds maybe even a twenty to one squeaks into that that money spot and Gives you a nice little fat payouts? Are we playing this ten to one or greater or is there? Is there any Racist were all note when it's when it's not tend to wonder greater. I'll play out the odds for you. You can hear you can tell how well prepared in precise we've been on the planning here. We have obviously been talking to each other about this right yet right. Yep and we're just trying to pull off this podcast we know everybody's been anxious for picks on the Arkansas Derby Dual Arkansas derbys which is obviously the highlight tomorrow and and still pay attention to make the best picks. We can Day To day yesterday today at Oakland and and Sunday for that matter so this is probably the the biggest week. We've had racing and twenty twenty cents March seventh when we had three majors. Yeah going at it before the before the frigging Kobe. Yeah we thought that was setting up the the Derby perhaps in setting up the for the Derby but all. That's changed but this is this. Is this the dual? Arkansas derbys is about as cool as we could hope for right now. So yeah it's awesome and the fact that the fact that they split up Dolon Charlotte and into two different races. Yeah instead of putting them head to head it. Only builds up the drama even more for the Derby and maybe I'm an idiot for not knowing that process that they went through to split those but I'm glad I'm glad they're split up because I think it allows for the drama to unfold all year better this way although I think that division to believe Nidal's division is is a much tougher division. I would say so I. I agree with that wholeheartedly. There's there's some horses that I did not put in my top three. That shocked even me. So yeah and without further ado race one. We got a six Furlong Race. Six six and a half for a long time member which it is. Let's start going are are. It's a six okay so our number one horse here timely tradition. You'll Rosario on that horse. Been extremely strong All year been extremely strong at Oaklawn all year. And that's the The morning line odds top horse as well. We've got timely tradition in there. I'm digging deep for my number two horse. My second horse as a really good chance to win is I think it's the eleven horse jackets or Jacquat died yesterday. Pronounce it Jay. Acc I'll say Zhukov. Because it sounds awesome more sophisticated ways. Let's go with it absolutely so it's it's second to last race puts it probably one of the top horses in this race Its last race was a bit of a letdown in in terms of matching up with a rating on this race. But if you remove that and you start to look down it's it's done really well Flavian Pratt on top of the horse. Not Hurting you there now. Fly does a beast man. Yeah for sure at eight to one. That's an extremely good value. And I'm not even at my value play yet when I get to my value plates the number eight Lexington Grace from Ireland. Twenty two one morning line odds it ran to ninety S in its past couple of races really strong horse had a little bit of a dip down in its third and fourth previous races. But even before that it's been running really strong And also it's Yeah. It's A it's a Horse. That's finished in the money several times. A lot of thirds a couple seconds. So I see no problem at twenty one in place in some sort of wager on Lexington gray so I got one eleven and eight. It's my two top favorites to win. And then a nice long shot in there as well. And that segues into the eight horse for the relevant metric for race one Lexington Grace Irish horse just another just another reminder how thanks again. Cova virus for F and up Saint Patrick's Day along the way Speaking to Irish Horse Saint Patrick's Day destroyed. My birthday destroyed. My keeneland party with my friends Kentucky Derby the triple crown and so much more just one more f you to it before we move onto to race to which we're actually GONNA skip Race to again not enough data to to put together a realistic odds. The you know any any crunching the numbers that we could feel good about giving. Yeah so we're going to skip to therese three Go ahead formula what we have for three right virus. Don't care virus. Don't care knowing at seven to two odds we've got the two-horse Captain Don. This is a another six furlong.
"arkansas" Discussed on At Liberty
"It's it can't possibly be that. Only poor people are not allowed to hold signs up while firefighters and others are. I appreciate you bring up the point that what actually the government needs to do is to deal with these underlying problems not criminalize homelessness. I wanted to just talk talk about one other free speech case and it's one that we talked about with an ACO. You attorney my colleague. Brian House during a previous episode and it was concerning an Arkansas Law that requires contractors with the state to sign a certification that they will not participate in a boycott of Israel and our client in that case is the Arkansas Times teams which incidentally had no intention of boycotting Israel but also had no intention of signing a loyalty oath of any kind. We have some audio from Allen Leverett founder and publisher of Arkansas Times. I'm a citizen okay. I pay taxes in this state and I. This is my home and no they do not have a right to punish me for exercising my constitutional right to be silent in this in this instance. It's just to be silent. We don't take a position on this. Our job is to write about Arkansas. We're a lot more interested in Medicaid expansion. Here in Arkansas. Then we are. What's going on in Jerusalem so the only government in contract the Arkansas Times has his running ads for the local community college campus but the state asked them to sign the certification on the less? Unfortunately this case isn't going going as well as we had hoped. Can you just update US where this case stands since we filed suit in federal court well federal court said that there was not a right to boycott and therefore the government attempting to tell these journalists. What they could and couldn't ride or call for was not a violation of free speech H.? And of course we very much disagree with that the right deploy. Kat has been an important tool in changing the face of civil rights and civil liberties and as Brian noted in court the Revolution Hayes were boycotting elands so all the way back to King George. Their boycott has been apart of the fabric of our nation and an important one that we strongly believe is protected under the First Amendment. This this state law is absurd for many reasons but one of the most absurd provision is that it says you can't contract with the state unless you agree three not to boycott Israel in the future or if you take a twenty percent discount off the state contract price then you can boycott all you like but but as long as you give this day to twenty percent discount those fundamental important interests. The State is trying to protect not so important anymore. Well that's a Sort of a preliminary loss in the boycott case. which hopefully the Appeals Court will overturn and bring in line with actual Supreme Court precedent? But I wanted to talk talk about another big win that you had recently in an abortion case which is little rock family planning services versus Rutledge. Can you tell us briefly. What the laws you were challenging in that case I would have done and why you thought it was important to block them? We challenged three new laws. One of which would have banned abortion starting at eighteen weeks which is course Ability Point in pregnancy and other law imposed a blanket ban on abortion prior to viability based solely on on the woman's reason for seeking care and then a third law that we've challenged prohibits highly qualified trained physicians from providing safe. Legal abortion. Care in Arkansas. If they're not board certified or board eligible in obstetrics or gynecology in so that was aimed at ensuring that the providers that we've had an estate for many years who are doing fine job hunting gear. Their patients could no longer provide that patient patient care so we challenge those three laws in one case and took it to Federal District Court and the judge in join those three laws and and of course the state has appealed that injunction but as it stands right now those laws are not ineffective in place. Well congratulations on the win. But I'm wondering wondering. Is it too early to celebrate. I know that we've had several conversations with our colleagues working on reproductive justice both at national end in different states. I'm wondering if this is part of the broader national chess game where advocates are trying to get the Supreme Court to Revisit Roe v Wade. DC This case. Going up to the Supreme Gordon. I definitely think the state will try to take it to the Supreme Court in his absolutely part of the effort to overturn Roe Versus Wade. Our legislators just lighters who propose and pass these bills have made no secret of the fact that they want to overturn Roe versus Wade. And it's like there's a competition to see. You may be able to to do that. We've had a twelve week ban that we had to have struck down. We've had all kinds of challenges to these laws. But we cannot rely a solely on the courts to protect the right to reproductive liberty. We need people who support people's right brought to make private personal decisions about their medical care and weather and wind bear children to communicate that to elected officials and hold their feet the fire if they don't support them in the past four years there have been twenty five or more laws passed in Arkansas solely around abortion one session. We had a wonderful buell. That allowed telemedicine for everything except abortion including taking the morning after pill that healthcare could be provided by telemedicine. Obviously telemedicine is very important. A rule state like ours where people may not have access to healthcare readily available or they have to travel or it's cost prohibitive or things of that nature and so we have filed WanNa say seven or eight cases in the last several years challenging eleven or twelve different laws maybe more but there are always laws that still remain on the books and so the list and litany of things that the doctors have to say to their patients some some of it even untrue that the state imposes is amazing. What they don't require is the doctors to actually tell women about the risks of pregnancy minh-city? So it's very much targeted exactly at the woman's right to an abortion and we'll keep fighting in the courts will keep finding in the legislature that folks are GonNa have to step in at the ballot box really grateful for all of your work in the courts but as you said elections certainly do matter. I want to come back to what you said was your first animating inspiration to enter this world of civil rights and civil liberties. We talked a little bit about the criminalization of poverty and other marginalized folks but also about racial justice. And how core that was for you recently. You wrote an OP. Ed where you said. Arkansas holds the shameful shameful distinction of having the fastest growing prison population in the country training. Money from other priorities exacerbating racial disparities and failing to make our communities safer. Mass incarceration is obviously a nationwide problem. But why is Arkansas specifically have this distinction of having the fastest growing prison population Asian. And what is the ACLU trying to do about it. Instead of providing pre K. or adequate education or mental health prevention and treatment or addiction treatment. We put people in jail. uh-huh imprison we jail and imprison people because they cannot pay their fees fines and costs. We have to stop that you you know the. US Supreme Core told us in the seventies in a case. Call bearden versus Georgia. You're not supposed to be locked up if you're unable to pay your fees fines and costs debtor's prisons are not supposed to exist in America but even though the courts are supposed to inquire about ability you pay before they Jail or between prison because of it. That had not been happening. We had one client who was affected did BADASS and had been to jail about twenty times over the same too hot checks over about a a two decade period so at one point he was two days away from getting a new job and they picked him up for non payment on those fees fines and costs and it's widespread. Our courts are doing better now. A lot of our judges are conducting those questions and answers with people before the court to make sure that they are able to pay. Hey before they require them to pay and then jailed him for nonpayment but even in our parole system. There was a case at Western Arkansas aware. The man was nearly end of his six year parole term. He had done everything the state told him to do. Meet with his parole officer taken passes drug drug tests maintaining employment except he had not paid all the fees fines cost restitution that were ordered by the court and because because he was unable he wasn't even sheltered he did not have housing he was able to achieve all these other things and the prosecutor filed a petition for parole revocation advocation. Judge granted it in this man who had worked so hard and challenging circumstances to become again a reintegrated productive member of his community. They plucked him out and put them in prison for six months where he had to start all over again. So it's really a broken cycle and Dan until recent years there had been no study about the racial inequities in our criminal justice system. And so oh working with our national office and the Urban Institute we undertook a survey and research of our system and through our state state blueprint for reducing incarceration. We've come up with numerous initiatives to try to combat. Not only this addiction on incarceration our solution that we have but also the racial disparities in the system and so there are a lot of things that we don't know but there are a lot of things that we do and one thing where we're woefully behind is really accountability for police. Most of the professions in this state state and across the nation have a state professional or ethics standards board so that if they violate professional standards you can complain to them and they can investigate and take appropriate action whether it's education or resources a reprimand suspension or taking law center when it's warranted David. Whether it's doctors lawyers teachers beauticians pool cleaners bail bondsman almost every profession. has an ethics or standards board. You can complain to but police do not they do have a licensing board but that licensing or does not take complaints from from the public. I WANNA close by taking a bit of a step back. You're the legal director at the ACLU of Arkansas. And I'm curious how you choose. WHO's among these variety of challenges in front of you and how you maintain your passion throughout all of the challenges that are in front of you? That's a really good question. It's one of the things that I ask when I was I interviewed for the job here at the ACLU back in two thousand and six. How do you pick and choose your cases and it really is more of an art than a science and obviously depends on what resources we have available? We recruit attorneys. Who Lost in the state of Arkansas? We ask them to dedicate dedicate or volunteered their time to take these cases up. Sometimes I get three nos and yes sometimes I get an immediate yes sometimes I don't get any. SS So there are resource questions but then also look for impact cases. What cases will to help correct the law or defend the law that will help the most number of people or make sure that we have proper laws in place place and it's really interesting because we have amazing clients and there are exactly? The types of clients had in private practice. They are upset upset because I wrong has been perpetrated toward them but what they want more than anything is for this never to happen again to them or anyone when else in so our clients tend to look for opportunities where they can actually change the law or get. The law declared such that people's rights will be respected from this point forward. And that's the top bucase that we look for someone described it as kill as many parts as possible with the one stone that we have and some things are just so egregious and unconstitutional that you pretty much have to challenge it Holly Holly. I can't thank you enough for all of your great work on behalf of the people of Arkansas and we really appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with us today. We really appreciate it. Aw thank you so much. And I'm fortunate I get to come to work everyday and work on things that I care about so I wouldn't trade it for anything and I appreciate you so much and all of our members and supporters and cooperating attorneys and everybody he makes the ACLU Arkansas tick happy. Fiftieth Birthday. Bye Thank you you. Thanks very much for listening. Few enjoyed this conversation. Please be sure to subscribe subscribed at Liberty Wherever you get your podcast and rate and review the show. 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"My name is Danny Shapiro. The host family secrets three years ago. I took a DNA test and this test meant to be a fun exploration of my family history turned up a massive family secret. I wasn't who I thought I was join me, and my guests in the journey of family secrets wasn't a family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or ever you get your podcasts. And if you want to read about my family secret, my new memoir. Inheritance is available. Wherever books are sold. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Imagine you're an intrepid seventeenth century, French explorer transverse in the expense of wilderness of Louisiana, aka new France, a territory spanning the entire Mississippi basin for modern day, Louisiana through Illinois and northward into Canada, you encounter, dozens of native tribes each with its own language or a dialect, and you attempt to record their names in your journal as best you can this imperfect system is how English speaking Americans eventually arrived at many of their names for native American tribes, including the Dakota, Iowa, Alabama, Nebraska Ottawa Chippewa and Tuscaloosa, I think of it as a centuries long game of multi-lingual telephone these words evolved from their original pronunciation into a French approximation and finally into an English sized mangle ING of the French which brings us to the legitimately confusing. Question of how the state of Kansas spelled K N SAS. Could be pronounced Kansas while the nearby state of Arkansas spelled A R K A N as a s is pronounced Arkansas. This question was the subject of a pamphlet published way back in eighteen eighty one titled fixing the pronunciation of the name Arkansas the booklet written by members of the Arkansas. Historical society was bent to provide historical context to a resolution passed by the Arkansas general assembly declaring the one and only correct pronunciation of Arkansas to quote, it should be pronounced in three syllables with the final s silent the AM each syllable with the Italian sound and the accent on the first and last syllables being the pronunciation formerly universally and now still most commonly used. Apparently, what happened was that? Some Egge heads at Webster's dictionary had changed the entry for Arkansas to include a new pronunciation note, Kansas, formerly Arkansas, and that sent red blooded Arkansas NHS into Alexa, graphical tizzy, the authors of the Arkansas historical society pamphlet called it, a vicious pronunciation with no basis of reason authority or prior polite usage, a moreover people who said Arkansas', according to the pamphlet quote failed to consider that they would thus render ridiculous. A name highly poetic. It sounds and associated with the grandest memories of the past from the days of Marquette downward, Marquette, being the French explorer Jacques Marquette. The Arkansas historical society members argued that the divergent pronunciations of Arkansas and Kansas stemmed from similar French names. Given to two different native American tribes a Sioux tribe lived near the modern day. Kansas river in early French explorers called them by an approximation of their name, which sounded to French ears. Like Kenza these second tribe. The quote, PA lived further south west along the modern day Arkansas river, for reasons unknown, even though the poss book, a SuAn language, the French called them by Elgon Quinn. Name echinacea. Those names as the French rendered them, look and sound very similar, but again, for reasons unknown early French explorers wrote out the associated place names, very differently explorer on regional tell writing in sixteen eighty seven wrote out the word for the area around modern day, Arkansas ACC, a n cease Adila E A S, and he spelled Kansas C H A N Z E S by seventeen Twenty-three Arkansas was routinely. Spelled the way it is today. But as late as eighteen oh, five French for Perrin. The luck spelled Kansas K A N C E with a grave accent s clearly at some point in our was added to the Elgon Quin name Atkinson, a one theory mentioned in a nineteen Forty-five article in the Arkansas historical quarterly is that hunters from the tribe used a particularly cool bow and the French word for Bo is arc other French. Floors called the Arkansas river the river of arcs or Benz for its curvy course. So either admiration for the weapon or the term for the river might have influenced the French pronunciation of the name, which brings us to the pronunciation question, the eighteen eighty one Arkansas historical society pamphlet concluded that eventually colonists in Kansas chose to follow the standard English pronunciation marked by a hard ace ound localizing the final
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"In fable it's going to be a fifty thousand square foot facility that will include two theaters rehearsal space a three level commons and a cafe and some outdoor gathering spaces production workshops offices artists departments so theater squared is going to be a place not only for us to go and see great entertainment but also to support those who will be the entertainers it's some pretty amazing thing that walmart is doing and then the mercy health foundation their funding support of the mercy health main north west arkansas facility they're also funding north west arkansas community college supporting the construction of a new facility in washington county and the thing that i love about your company charlie is they could be located anywhere in the world but they have chosen to stay and play in arkansas which is great yeah i mean sam walton way back when fell in love with north west arkansas he started started over in newport obviously everyone knows history here but mr walton was mystery sam i guess wasn't native missourian and fell in love with north west arkansas love the area south so much potential there in bentonville and expanding upon the idea that walmart's walmarts home offices are based in bentonville in a different announcement several months ago we're going to have a new home office construction on that in the next five to seven years so that amendment to remove remaining in north northwest arkansas not going anywhere anytime soon because the new office is going to be built there in addition to.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And good morning welcomed the arkansas fairways greens we're counting to you from newsradio one or two point nine in little rock and were hurt across the state on the arkansas radio network and we are glad you are with us this morning i say we because i am joined as always by my two co anchors of this program first up is jay fox the executive director of the arkansas state golf association jay is not in the studio with us today he's over at the hot springs country club as the age aga prepares for its first ever to man scramble from that location jay good morning to you good morning good morning everyone and also joining us as always this time from bentonville arkansas emmy award winning broadcast journalist charles crossen coming to us live from bentonville good morning to you charlie bob good morning good morning everyone and we've got a good show in store for you and everybody is in a pretty good mood the arkansas razorbacks basketball team last night don't know if you saw it in the sec men's tournament but the hobbs beat florida finally for eighty two seventy two breaking at florida jinx and they have advanced up next there'll be playing tennessee at 230 today from the scat trade center in st louis that'll be on espn should be a great basketball game but arkansas razorbacks playing very well in the sec tournament we have a good chill in store for you try to do will take you on a tour of the tours jay has the a is j report we've got our course of the week in this week is not actually a golf course hits the northshore driving range they've got a special callaway demo day coming up tomorrow out there they're going to talk to us about that we'll be talking to paul hilliard the course manager i'm sorry the range manager and then i don't know if you've heard this story but the pga is moving to frisco texas and we're going to talk to the man who broke that story legendary golf rider out of texas art strickland will be joining us and then at forty nine minutes after the hour today from golf digest dot.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"F week it's the chrome soft update and we'll talk about that next a and we're going to give away some golf balls so stay tuned man the arkansas state golf association serves amateur golfers in the natural state offering numerous tournaments for men women and junior players on some of the best courses in the country we invite you to join us it's easy to become a member join online at a s g a dot org or visit your club or favorite course for more information members received the annual arkansas golfer magazine and the ability to post scores and establish a handicap index your membership supports golf in arkansas and helps develop the golfers of tomorrow join today a s g a dot org the first steve central arkansas as a whole lot more than a game here's what kids and parents are say port well here before they walk out here and just say they're faced are like wow this is really nice i can't believe we've never been here before the patients here in the teachers and good morals and destroy us goes in my life as a team bass mirror i have to be honest and trustworthy suited on the greens cute pledge online today the first e a r dot org the arkansas state gulf association invites you to support the growth of the game by purchasing in arkansas golfer license plate visit a s g a dot org to learn more or visit the department of motor vehicles to purchase yours that revenue generated by your purchase directly contributes to junior golf initiatives including the asta scholarship program that has given over three hundred thousand dollars and financial aid to young men and women across the state supported golf in arkansas and help grow the great game become the proud owner of an arkansas golfer licenseplate the iea central arkansas as a whole lot more than a game here's what kids and parents are say we always heller it the importance of pick you start something.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"You for your service the thirty three minutes after the hour welcome back to arkansas fairways greens bob steel charles crossen and jay fox with this morning and jay we were talking about the arkansas razorbacks and mike anderson i know at one point in your career you were a basketball official and what did you think of the last game the last outing well net never at the sec level i did do some small division one stuff but mostly division 2 and small colleges in high schools but you know why hall road a call on the other day about how bad the officiating was and you know when you give up our offensive rebounds there's going to be fouls in arkansas gave up a lot of offense to rebalance mississippi state and you just heard mike anderson talking about real downings you've got to be rebounding is going to be the key in you know all burn if they outrebounded us and if we shoot free throws gin like we did remained while he was complaining only shot twelve fritos regards drawing made like three of them are former some how many those were front ends one and one israeli motti got another you know maybe we shot twenty free throws for the game or something and and by the way we just make one or two or three more free throws we win the game so charlie alternative you you're a long time basketball fan and you said it right this is a big game arkansas's road woes continue under mike anderson when you get nineteen thousand rock in the mid a more they call it by only the mid america basketball palace or whatever when you get you get and rock and it's one thing though that they cannot seem to do it on the road so your take on that it's something that has plagued anderson j you're absolutely arrive were worth his time here when he didn't have the players that was one thing but now he pointed out their quality and.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Busy bees informing had entertaining central arkansas little rock is a busy city with traffic issues changing weather and breaking news this is why we are here so pull your belly up to the current events bar newsradio one or two point nine karn thirty three minutes after the hour welcome back to arkansas fairways greens if you're just joining us it's a great day to play golf of you want to wrap up wear gloves plenty of sunshine today with a high of only fifty six and then tomorrow a little bit warmer with plenty of sunshine a high of sixty also today in central arkansas big basketball game tonight over advisory anna and j i haven't seen as much excitement for the hogs in a long time it's a sell out yeah they have generally get a row and i just saw on twitter it is a sell out so that's good news because it's not on tv yeah seven into razorbacks you it on five in five troy and of course it the race back team features to starters from loerrach in one other from arkansas the eldoret of player predict that he might be oneanddone i made when he comes in he makes a huge difference so go watch these razorbacks not going to be on tv the only way you're going to see it is to go and if you can't you can't get in now it's seller also want to mention the phone numbers again one eight six six two seven five eight two five five don't.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The university of arkansas has handled because they were hammered for the comment that he was 0 walked off the feel which he later revealed no he didn't really get fired that way but what do you think about that too all right guys on social media immediately after the game because i usually go on to see what people are saying about the the result of the game and you start seeing that trickle out that they fired him as he walked off of the field and the national media rush the university of arkansas for this i mean you had been named out there dr saturday on joost forward dario no quit ganic it espn crushing the university we own only the learned lama was the one who said that the the reaction that he walked back three minutes later that were they hit job universe uh something that needs to be corrected um they need to understand maybe not the best actions in tactic but it didn't happen the way was originally told i thought that was huge we're also getting mixed john the performance of the giro mass leg director charlie you saw the entire news conference that she conducted your thoughts she points she is she is a lifelong she's a lifelong uh athletic administrators she's been university of indiana uh she uh uh uh a cheap kerry herself well bothers broadcast you know one of what i'm talking about there um widely someone who was comfortable in that role entirely as an arc as as the arc and the arkansas a d probably not um there were things though that surprised me jay um your thoughts on the fact that she said that inter may be he's going to conduct research well it's shock movie traumas just speaking frankly today's day in time his scenes everybody has a hiring committee i think every national coach i've read about it's been higher need and no mass or twelve years through some kind of the surge committee or some kind of a hiring committee so for an interim d and less that title has been removed that we don't know of for her to say she will be conducting i guess she has the approval of chancellor steinmetz in here also up there she may work but i it it did shock me well i think the reason why she said it is because she's been reading or clippings.
"arkansas" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"In arkansas announcer is a paid presenter uh presents the andrew cleveland show here is the agenda in new york times speak i'm reading this off the bait environmental harm they want to hurt workers just the lament tree school it really is is like elementary school they went this is the agenda that republicans are supporting trump where they want to hurt workers they want to destroy the environment they wanna make housing less affordable this is the thing these guys unlike trophy andrew cleveland show at apple podcast and goo goo play yes ooh 25 minutes after the hour welcome back to arkansas fairways greens steel jay fox charlie crossing with these and in studio with this coach win nor would coach we just wanted to talk to you and we're so glad you're able to spend the morning with us congratulations you're going to be inducted into the ual are big fame how does that make you feel as a former coach of that university well i feel very honoured i cannot tell you how many uh people that were uh already and people that will be an people that i worked without there that means so much to me and uh uh words when you get to an honor liked vow to words just don't express high feel well coach i've been following for a long time other sports caster many years ago and we've had the show i or nine years now and the entire time we had the show on the air you were the head golf coach at you a elr eat twenty year eighteen years i think you were there you one five sun belt conference coach of the year titles he had a great run their you've had great players come through there you have built a program now that is attracting some of the finest players in the world not just from state you've got to be extremely proud of the job you've done and one of the things i think it's come home for all of us this recent weeks his how difficult a job it is to coach and how much pressure there is because in that job generally your hired to be fired and in your case you got to quit on your own time in fact and for a lot of us we thought you quit too soon but you don't look his old is you are i guess i don't know why.
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"River yet another very that well we don't have any oceans in in golf we don't wanna find any water so so i wanna thank both of you for coming in and talking to me today and wish you both the best of luck in this tournament thank you so much for joining us today ankium we're back with more arkansas fairways greens in just a moment when in fact will pick it up right now we wanted to bring you uptodate charlie what were the scores of those two young ladies again one parthree in her opening round and the other young lady what even harv are ya are you going a bit more orbit more a bit more understanding of the the long game open openinground even car but you're leader they're down alvarado once again the rdr dina minus5 bridge or on and i think that golf course he is one of the best in arkansas what do you think about j i think it has some unfair greens of the 19th rain is a very tough cream charlie do you remember the girl that we had on last week from north carolina and what did she she i'm wondering what what he already asked me that i couldn't remember navy either you though right when we come back maybe china can her on the leaderboard you're listening to off fairways and greens we'll be back in just a moment to talk to a air is a hall of fame inductee dan van horn he's the founder and owner of us kids gov we can't wait to talk to it that's.
"arkansas" Discussed on The FunnyMaine Podcast
"It's no other way i could put it that's what it is and we remember those three individuals on this podcast and also today why i decided to air the arkansas episode a legendary coach athletic director and just from what i knew just all around good person coach frank breughels a losses life today i know he was very near and dear to the arkansas family if you follow many people from arkansas or affiliated with the program adjust fans are you see outpouring of support which is done rightfully so in our member asean coach broad zone many arkansas broadcasters hanging out this enjoy being in a fan and former coach in everything that he did for the university of arkansas always have respect for the name brawls strictly because of him and every day that noda he not only contributed to that university but to college football as a whole i know that we lost a legend today and i honor his legacy and i thought this was the perfect day to air the arkansas episode of the podcasts now to interview that you about the here i'll tell you who's gonna be on it but you won't heroes mention our frank burrows name and that's not there were banned disrespectful but this was actually recorded are a little bit before the passing of mr bruce so if you don't here's mentioned the name that is the reason why this is the funny manhunt guests jess all top are no note saying he deigned is the code intro are what i know about arkansas arkansas football programme is uh one that i.