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Fresh "Baltimore" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"December 2nd it's 1228 on Whether or the 8 and what it breaks versus rich hunter and the WTF traffic center The last check they were still out with a crash in Laurel east found one 98 just east of I 95 again watch for police direction to get by westbound traffic not affected I 95 the Baltimore Washington Parkway between the two ballets and good shape earlier crashed southbound inside the belly wrapped up in the cleared so you're in good shape now all the way down through the district If you're traveling in the district inbound New York avenue as you cross the anacostia river bridge single left lane passed the work zone In northwest working on military road between 41st and 42nd streets that as a result of emergency utility work it is closed each way watch for detours on either side 21st street northeast between M street and Maryland avenue that was also closed due to utility work D.C. water on scene Now if you're traveling in Virginia 95 southbound headed south to centerport Parkway down toward U.S. 17 falmouth in the true lanes single left lane gets your bottom work zone Nord found north U.S. 17 works and remains in the right lane that's where you get by without delay 66 westbound and as you approach and pass over top of the ballet single file right past the work and then before and after two 34 suddenly wrote two left lanes get your both and work soon delays have been brief eastbound 66 working between nutley street and the LA that works on blocks of right lane of foreign as of late and getting by without delay add a loop headed south through 7 toward I 66 single file right past the work there rich hundred W two heavy traffic Overcast this evening and overnight tonight with a few light showers or some sprinkles arriving nothing all that heavy and it won't be as chilly as the past couple of nights low to mid 40s cloudy tomorrow morning them becoming partly sunny windy and unseasonably.
Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10
"Mark mark Jackson Jackson threw threw four four interceptions interceptions but but made made the the plays plays down down the the stretch stretch when when he he needed needed to to as as the the ravens ravens beat beat the the Browns Browns sixteen sixteen to to ten ten Jackson Jackson threw threw a a thirteen thirteen yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to tight tight end end mark mark Andrews Andrews in in the the third third quarter quarter and and then then led led an an eleven eleven play play drive drive in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter which which led led to to Justin Justin Tucker's Tucker's third third field field goal goal of of the the game game it's it's hard hard to to visit visit you you know know we we really really want want to to talk talk business business but but we we just just know know we we fake fake fight fight overseas overseas we we do do it it all all you you know know it's it's been been a a lot lot going going on on throughout throughout the the whole whole season season and and tonight tonight was was another another part part of of it it he's he's got got to to keep keep doing doing we're we're doing doing bigger bigger Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two hundred hundred forty forty seven seven yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown but but the the Browns Browns who who came came in in leading leading the the league league in in rushing rushing managed managed just just forty forty yards yards Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore
Fresh "Baltimore" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Com Don't just grow So good There's been morning December 2nd Welcome to WTF Glad you're with us to travel We had a $49 fall furnace tuna by calling 809 40 Mike I was thinking whether all the aches and what it breaks through the overnight early morning hours guaranteed on first this morning does always honor that traffic center I will start off in Maryland on the valley chicken for the crash reported to be on the interloop of the Dolly in the area of Georgia avenue and clear what lanes are blocked but again be aware of response headed that way interloop near Georgia avenue South found Baltimore Washington Parkway south of the belly but before you get down to the good luck right over past crash had been along the right side Do you squeeze left to get by Nord town and that same area there may have been a new crash that occurred so authorities would check in for that as well Up in Laurel eastbound one 98 just east to vie 95 last check Still under police direction past the crash waiting on tow trucks to remove the vehicles Virginia 95 southbound issued south of Senate floor Parkway down toward U.S. 17 vomits in this room lanes down to a single left lane to the work zone also working Nord found 95 north U.S. 17 and there the work sound blocks the right lane as we get by us of late without delay 66 west Spanish approach to Passover top of the valley single right line get your body to work so I don't appreciate south route 7 towards 66 single far right past the works and on the ramp to go west on 66 from the outer loop you're down to a single lane to the left getting through that work zone Rapport is a gym Buffett's child audible Shared love with Fitzgerald Subaru rifle and adopt a dog or cat with a humane rescue alliance Sunday December 5th is it Fitzgerald Subaru Rockville That's the Fitz way rich hundred W two traffic Cloudy this evening with some light showers and some sprinkles arriving later on They'll stay with us overnight tonight Nothing all that heavy and it won't be as chilly as the past couple of.
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports
Fresh "Baltimore" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Safe which keeps you out of the headlines Zero trust but verify forward networks There's bob imola and the WTO traffic center On the beltway in Maryland on the outer loop headed past the G 70 spur getting mine to the left past the works on and then in Virginia on the outer loop after route 7 You get by two lanes to the right and leading down to the ramp to get onto westbound 66 where you get by single file left In fact both from the interlude and the outer loop to begin on 66 westbound tonight as the road work continues there and on 66 west mount approaching and passing the beltway you get by a single file to the right past the work zone out traffic south belt on 95 be alert for the roadwork after exit one 36 center port Parkway headed toward falmouth you're getting my single file to the left there And in Maryland on the beltway outer loop after X 9 at Andrews the left lane is blocked by roadwork getting by without delay the crash remains on the right shoulder on the inner loop after route one college park and you get by without delay 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway and two 70 each running pretty freely in both directions Bobbin or WT traffic Storm team fours Matt ridder Overcast this evening and overnight tonight with a few light showers or some sprinkles arriving nothing all that heavy and it won't be as chilly as the past couple of nights low to mid 40s cloudy tomorrow morning them becoming partly sunny windy and unseasonal to be warm highs in the upper 50s in the northwest suburbs low to mid 60s everywhere else Friday blustery and a little chillier with a mixture of clouds and sunshine highs will be back down into the low to mid 50s Saturday mostly sunny mild not as windy highs in the mid upper 50s I'm storm team four meteorologist myriad of DuPont circle at 50 and Germantown 48° and andale 48 headed down to the lower 40s Still some rain pushing across the southern part of the WTO listening area We're brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles class dot com Dulles glass Love your glass It's ten 51 Actor Alec Baldwin is talking more about the accidental shooting that killed a member of his crew back in October He tells ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he was holding an antique revolver.
Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?
"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,
Fresh "Baltimore" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"On air on mobile and now That's good news On Alexa 9 28 on TOP Traffic and weather together on the 8th bob Ember now on the traffic center And the district still working on the crash southbound on I make that D.C. two 95 just after east capitol street still with that crash there but only a very brief slowdown on southbound two 95 now getting past these capital street now in Virginia and works on is in place westbound on 66 approaching the beltway and you get by a single file to the right but really without delay And the rest of the 66 for now has the travel lanes open That'll probably change later on Three 95 and 9 8 5 each running without delay as far south as Fredericksburg and around the beltway all is quiet in both Maryland and Virginia In Maryland on 50 between the beltway and out the bouillon apples in the bay bridge nothing in your way there or inside the beltway towards Chevrolet On 95 on the Baltimore Washington Parkway each without delay both ways between the beltways and up and down two 70 all is quiet in both directions Well this holiday season give everyone on your Maryland on your list Marilyn lottery holiday scratch offs with instant prizes up to $100,000 and a weekly second chance cash drawing Please play responsibly bob andler WTP traffic Bob thank you Now let's get your storm team four four day forecast Here's NBC fours Matt ridder and approaching warm front coming up from the south has brought us cloudy skies It eventually will get some light showers and some sprinkles this evening Nothing that's.
The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann
"I was talking about how national reviews at the Kyle rittenhouse story wrong. They also got Nick Sandman wrong. Oh yeah. For their top editors, we're sniping at and denouncing Nicklaus salmon within minutes based on a few garbled minutes of CNN footage, which we're as propaganda. I again was one of the few people speaking out within minutes of in defending Nick salmon's right to constitutional free speech at a political rally, which is what the march for life was. Turns out he didn't even speak. He didn't even do anything. He just stood there. Standing while white, while pro life. But David French again was attacking Kyle rittenhouse as basically irresponsible and reckless, you know, young man with a gun had no place being there. And it struck me. David French was fine with 17 year old Americans handling rifles as long as they were in Iraq. As long as they were protecting a foreign country in a misguided war based on lies and propaganda that George W. Bush sold us. David French was all up for that. In fact, even when served as a military attorney in the green zone of Baghdad, which, of course, was safer for an American than living in Baltimore or any other blue city. But David French got his veterans credentials for political purposes by serving as an attorney in the safe little enclave of the green zone. But actual soldiers were taking actual risk with their lives in that war for no reason. Son of mosaic had nothing to do with 9 11. There were no weapons of mass distraction. Antifa has done far more to harm America than Saddam Hussein ever
Kevin McCullough on the Nuances of Unrest in Kenosha, WI
"Today right now is Kevin McCullough. He's talking about the Kyle whitton written house written house verdict that just came in just about an hour or so ago. And let's continue on with that with Kevin McCallum. Kevin? Well, we were talking before the break a little bit about the dynamic. I think the media really missed on this because when you're talking about police violence in New York or Chicago or Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, LA, you're talking about a very different dynamic than you are in Kenosha Wisconsin. I've been to Kenosha Wisconsin, a bunch of times. It is a college town. You have the big university of Wisconsin there. You have the it is in essence. It is a city technically, but it is in the middle of farmland. And you don't have people just rolling up to go protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin on a regular basis. There's a very different sort of vibe and feel. And when people are saying, why would Kyle rittenhouse who didn't live in the exact neighborhood where this went down? Why would he come over there to do that? Well, in the Midwest, farmers have each other's back in small towns look out for one another, and so forth. And by the same standard, if you had these protesters bust in causing the perpetrated and very intentional chaos that they were trying to create, then why wouldn't people that were from the region also say, well, wait a minute, not in my house. I'm not going to let this go down. So I think the media fundamentally misunderstood the fabric of who they were covering and where it was from, but they also obviously got it quite wrong in that the prosecutors just did not have they didn't have much of a case. When you have one of the victims saying that he pointed a gun at the accused and has to admit that, you know, he had basically threatened him by pointing the gun at him. That's an immediate wash. I'm surprised that the judge didn't almost at that point throw that case out completely just on
Bishops OK Communion document, avoid direct rebuff to Biden
"Hi my cross your reporting Catholic bishops approve a communion document while avoiding a directory buff to president Joe Biden meeting in Baltimore the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops approved of the first major statement of communion in fifteen years defending the unborn but stopping short of sanctioning a ban on communion for politicians such as president Joe Biden who support abortion rights bishop Michael Burbidge was never the intention to target any individuals or group of individuals the document was approved on a two twenty two to eight vote with bishop Joseph Strickland among the dissenters from the people that I hear from that I'm sure that it's for most of us the scandal factor is quite significant my name is set at a recent private meeting in Rome pope Francis told him to continue receiving communion hi Mike Rossio
Vasilevskiy makes 25 saves, Lightning beat Islanders 4-1
"In their first meeting since last year's Stanley Cup semifinal series the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the New York Islanders for one Monday night new York's only goal came less than three minutes into the game by Matthew bars all the leggings Matthew Joseph answer twenty three seconds later to even the score Joseph Felter defense was key you know I think we were just more committed to play defense we've you know stop in front of the net and and the guys are willing to block shots and it's good to see you know the guys playing defensive for for your goalie and that's how you win games Anthony's really made it to one Tampa Bay New York showed signs of road weariness playing there twelve of thirteen straight road games there were over three on the power play the lightning's Brayden point and Steven Stamkos added two more tallies to seal the win Baltimore's account Tampa
Point's breakaway OT goal gives Bolts win over Panthers, 3-2
"The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated their cross state rival Florida Panthers three two in overtime Saturday night in an Atlantic division tilt Pat maroon got the lightning on the board first scoring on the power play Victor Hedman mated to nothing in the second but the Panthers quickly evened the score with two goals thirty six seconds apart from Jonathan Huberdeau and eat to lose to run in the game winner came at two thirteen of overtime under plot fed a streaking Brayden point to back candidates shot behind Sergei Bobrovsky I was kind of coming late off the change so they they had beat me up ice and kind of risky but you're kind of hoping that you know he's going to play in he doesn't finds me but yes as long as players were just works out under bass Lossky stopped twenty six shots during the win the division leading Panthers have now lost four straight Baltimore's account Tampa
Biden Undermines His Own Policies by Expressing Shock at Gas Prices
"Too. It's sad that everything is politicized. And it's sad that seniors are having to struggle and having to worry. This Biden's inflation, Biden inflation as it's being the term is being coined as for real. It's setting new records, inflation has hit 6.2%. You know that man had the audacity to stand at a podium yesterday and say, boy, can you believe the price of gas? Trying to be relatable or something. It's your fault dummy. It's your administration that's doing this to the country. And you want to tax and spend even more. And you want to drive this economy off the cliff and he's got the nerve to stand there and say, I couldn't believe this. I'm watching this thinking, is he just, is he a comic? Got 12. Here is Biden yesterday, giving a speech. I don't know some porch somewhere and Baltimore. Listen to this. Do you ever think you would pay this much for gag gallon the gas? At some parts of California to pay four of dollars 50 cents a gallon. Did you ever think Biden had something?
Biden to showcase Baltimore as fertile ground for his agenda
"President Biden hits the road today to start what's likely to be a national toward touting his agenda it begins in Baltimore which is predecessor slammed as the nation's worst city a disgusting rat and rodent infested mess the president though sees Baltimore as fertile ground to showcase his trillion dollar infrastructure package the likes of which Donald Trump was never able to pass who's left to us we got the job done the president plans to hold up the port of Baltimore as a blueprint for reducing shipping bottlenecks which in turn can help lower prices as he touts infrastructure the president's facing inflation rising at the highest annual rate in thirty one years and says reversing that trend is a top priority Sager made Donnie Washington
Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings
"Justin Tucker's thirty six yard field goal with nineteen seconds left in overtime gave the ravens a thirty four thirty one win over the Vikings to move to six and two on the year the ravens rally from fourteen points down and took the lead when living on bill scored from a yard out what Kirk cousins hit Adam Phelan with a one yard scoring pass to tie the game Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred sixty six yards and three scores it's the third time this year he has come from double digit deficits to win a game I rather not be facing bomb but I think that we we fight as you know we we believe in each other you know we got for you know we were just talking about that enough you got to keep going hopefully will be no more overtime games cousins threw two touchdown passes but the Vikings fall to three and five Craig heist Baltimore
Browns close chaotic week by dumping Burrow, Bengals 41-16
"Denzel ward's early ninety nine yard interception return for a touchdown ignited the Browns forty one sixteen pounding the Bengals as a great team defense guys get pressure on the quarterback of borough he end up gonna ball out I was able to step in front of it and I'll go the other way with a team is a great job blocking and give me incidents on Baker Mayfield threw for two scores in Nick Chubb ran for one hundred thirty seven yards as Cleveland racked up the same point total it mustard in its three previous games combined may feel connected with Donovan peoples Jones on a sixty yard TD pass in the first half and an eighteen yarder to David and Joe coup in the fourth Joe burrow was twenty eight of forty for two hundred eighty two yards and two picks in the Bengals second straight loss it's a blowout win at Baltimore both teams are fighting for I'm Dave Ferrie
Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'
"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan, AKA Chris nose. Chris, what is your message after this incredible upset in Virginia? What do you say to all those people who weren't paying attention to politics? When watching your show weren't listening to my show, but are now saying, yeah, these people who've been running things for decades their crazy. Should they just be listening or should they be doing more than that, Chris? Well, I'll tell you what. Who's the guy that went around doing all the cleanup Evers? The tall skinny guy. Oh, I know. The photo registration. Yeah, really good guy. Yeah. I know who you mean. He's doing. He's doing a hell of a job. Just going around and getting people engaged in running for their local school. I'm cleaning up Baltimore, getting a hundred people to go to Baltimore with trash bags and clean stuff up. Get your producer to find that guy's name. We need to promote that guy. He's an awesome guy. That's right. Yeah, he would actually physically go out with a bunch of people and clean up poor neighborhoods. Literally got pressed there. Good call. Good call. Thank you. Scott pressler. I interviewed him on the show. Awesome guy. Just really good personable human being, you know? And he would go out and he would physically clean up these neighborhoods. And the funny thing is, it's like these were oftentimes black inner city neighborhoods. And these are the neighborhoods that Democrats say they care about. Have you ever heard of a group of Democrats going out and physically cleaning the trash off the sidewalks in a black neighborhood? Of course not. But you do hear about conservatives doing it. And that's the kind of grassroots type thing that we need. And you made a good point about media. We are behind in portraying conservatives in a way that America likes. And I think the reason is because when you get when you have to lie about something, you have to be convincing. When you have to tell the truth, you don't feel like you have to invent some kind of amazing show. So conservatives aren't that good at presenting a show of who we are, left is a great at. They've been doing it for decades. So they're great at the show because they got to sell the lie. We're not that good at the show, because we're like, well, of course they're going to believe it. It's the truth. You
NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms
"Here's the front of the New York Post, vaccine emergency with deadline days away 37% of New York beat cops 35% of firefighters in New York are refusing the vaccine, and they got a big emergency. On their hands. A huge emergency on their hands. In New York. And what are they going to do? Do you think it's by design, listen to this? Here's an editorial in the post by Jason Johnson. And I read this, Jason Johnson as president of the law enforcement legal defense fund, his former deputy commissioner of the Baltimore police department. And the headline of his article is New York City will pay a huge price for de Blasio's vaccine mandate for police. Now think about this. If almost 40% of the beat cops here in New York City are not vaccinated, and they have to get fired? What do you think that's going to do to public safety in New York? If over 35% of New York firefighters are unvaccinated and they get fired, what will that do to public safety? When there are any firefighters to put the fires out,
Burrow, Chase lead way as Bengals speed past Ravens 41-17
"Joe burrow threw for four hundred sixteen yards and three touchdowns and rookie wideout jamarr chase caught eight balls for two hundred one yards and a touchdown as the Bengals beat the ravens forty one seventeen where hit tight end CJ use alma with touchdown passes of fifty five and thirty two yards chase went eighty two yards on the slant pattern after breaking two tackles that Asapov myself open up those stats two hundred and one yards something you dream about you know going to game action telling yourself about Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred fifty seven yards and the score he also rushed for eighty eight yards but the bangles defense sacked him five times the Bengals move into a first place tie with the ravens at five and two in the AFC north Craig heist Baltimore
Joe Biden Promotes Firing Blue-Collar Workers Over Vaccine Mandate
"With that in mind I want you to listen to this clip from scene and last night and it didn't even rate in the top 20 cable shows just so you know Henderson Cooper whose book sucks Whose books has done much worse than mine but The New York Times insists on pushing his book up its list That just shows you how it works in small ways and large Cut 16 go Let me ask you a follow about that As many as one in three emergency responders in some cities like Chicago Los Angeles right here in Baltimore are refusing to comply with city vaccine mandates I'm wondering where you stand on that should police officers emergency responders be mandated to get vaccines and if not should they be stay at home or let go Yes and yes So you see the audience it's a bunch of clapping seals Brought in heavy a number of Democrats and independents who support him And that's how it works This is CNN So I called the constipated news network I ought to call it the communist news network It's a joke
Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh
"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very
Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory
"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig
"baltimore" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"You know all these plays helped win the game at filon. I like that he had again. That's why i'm not as worried about the gerald mcchord thing if he's out because filon did pretty well. You know littleton quietly. Had ten tackles. He had a nice thing apron. Did pretty well. He can really turn it on. That'd be good giving our net. What have been saying about damon net. Let's see they've been saying all these things about them bellizzi. In the regular season he played one. Snap defensely so guys like our net and farrell and rogue still have to come on but again it's not gonna be perfect right away. It's not canon. Jake did some nice things at tara was it was a good win because you know what it's a win and they're all good and they had to win because the afc west is off for no for the first time since two thousand two. I didn't like that mountain. Kunz was inactive. i want my third round. Pick to be ready to play. Here's oh injuries on him but again it's all working properly it's hourly. Let's let's finish this. Show a little steam atop steers. Just as interesting and the raiders in week. One they're down fourteen zero at home. Underdog steelers on the road. Doing really good buffalo team down ten zero. Halftime offense was the craps and they turn it on. They turned it on in the second. Half big ben hit his receiver. Big ben look slow and he whipped cooks for the games but he made plays when he needed to ninety harris. The rookie from alabama played fifty eight snaps. Expect him to play life. The deal in pittsburgh is the defense. Tj what in-company mak- fitzpatrick. They're gonna come after you so there is often line asked the play while they have to predict car that they have to run the ball. More than waller has to show up in the first fifteen minutes of the game. You know we'll go go steal this game. Go start to know against two good. Abc north opponents. That will go a long way. They're in good shape right now. It's promising start is again. Perfect now is not perfect anyway listen. Paragon can't see denver by any means one period with the charges. But they're all wanna know answered good star going to be a good division and it's a good day. You should be happy. you know. The raiders won. They put on overshadow the whole country's talking about what they saw last night. And that's your team. What do i say there was only seventeen of these now so you got to enjoy it. We talk about this crap for twenty three sixty five. Enjoy the victories their special. So there you go. It was fine line between win loss. You won you're happy. Baltimore raven fans are miserable so soak it.
"baltimore" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"Hey everybody haya do. Is bill williamson. This is brad. This is our week one review week to preview week. One was if we to anyway league line already discombobulated. We're in for because that was one helga. Football game is not believable. You know. I've come to expect it from those las vegas raters. They're just incredible. Just an incredibly entertaining. Watch right. i just killed a spider my wall. how about that didn't skip. Get a beat. A pretty big one. I haven't seen spider near older anyways. This team is just so entertaining. I don't know if it's good. It's better than good in than average. Hey look it wasn't perfect last night. Thirty three twenty seven but they made plays. We'll talk about that a little bit more. Really my sticks out right now to me is that this is going to be a lot like last year. Last year was incredible. So many incredible finishes good way someone to bad way. This could have went the bad way easily. And narratives changed like crazy on these whether the windsor losses. And that's just the way it is rugged and this not to be negative this is just a talk about what goes on. The game had been few seconds left on that clock in justin tucker wins it at the buzzer. It's measurable in las vegas right now. People are complaining about the receivers people were complaining about the defense giving it up at the end. People are complaining about the fans not loud enough news too many ravens fans in in that stadium. The injury concerns are huge. Those injury concerns or big right now anyways but it's just a little better. It's not let's not worry about the other teams fans right now. Let's not worry about the defense giving up in the fourth quarter. Let's not worry about the most of the receivers being non existent for most of the game because it all worked out. There was thirty seven seconds. Brian words didn't make too big plays in regulation and in overtime henry runs made a plane overtime. Renfro was good all day. Most of it zeh jones winning touchdown that would never happen. You know what. I mean so the narrative so the merging so thin and again that's not negative. It's just the way it is and they did did have that opportunity. They gave themselves at opportunity and they took advantage of it. And maybe this is this going to be one of those seasons where it all in follow. way I don't know last year it came back and forth and it was just chaos and right now i think this year is going to be chaos. And if it's good it's good cares. It's bank house will deal with it but right. Now you're wanting to who you beat a team that you might have to deal with in the playoffs plush. So i say enjoy and not worry about things. Too much denzel. Good is hurt is out for the airport on the espn and groom said. Shortly before that that that report came out that that was a possibility. Jahic mugabe is is possibly hurting. I am. I'm taping this at three twenty or so on tuesday so there may be news between time that this is recorded new here. This but grew nsen. Gangway could be out a while. Jared mccoy could be out while the way into the. Tv's he even said gruden said all. These guys are going to be examined but he did say we're gonna miss mccoy that sounds like he's gonna be. He was carted. he missed all last year. You know look at. He's a guy that they brought him for depth to help defense line he played good in the preseason. But still he's an older guy. And what do you. You can't necessarily count on that little k- there if if neglect way mrs bigtime. They'll miss that for sure for sure. Kind of downplay cleland. For the honest truth is clinton vero was wasn't healthy scratch. Yeah he has some back issues but he practice all last week and he wasn't on the injury report so he was a healthy scratch. Gakugei can't play this weekend. You know even if it's a very serious hamstring injury. He could miss the week. So so gonna get chance. Max was a superstar yesterday with fantastic nesbitt rubbed really good he. He helped win the game with the strip of course So you know. Maybe they're going to be okay there. But you're certainly missing magog guay marcus mariota and that big thirty one yard run in the first drive. He gets hurt hurt. His quad disguise deals with a lot of injuries. Maybe he's out a while. That's the case. Peterman your bag up. And and you know the marcus. Mariota packages is on hold. So that would hurt but yeah. The raiders played clutch football. They made the place when they needed to. And the defense show. The turnovers can be your friend. Defense wasn't perfect however they had three sex constant pressure. They had two turnovers of the quarterback on pressures scored. Fourteen points off of those. That's what happened to them in the past. They didn't turn the ball over one time in overtime car was close. Clark kerr the evanston play all summer in the pre season. I think it really showed and it showed her the ravens too week. One's odd week. Things settled down into the season goes but car settled down quickly in the second half but he was shaky at first but they got done. Hey if you're gonna get concentration two turnovers you're going to win a lot of games on defense and defense helped him. I said max was. He was monday night. He he showed that the nfl world what he is. Brian inwards stopped about his opportunity. Any shined but still see if the whole game. You know it's weird. I mean the raiders were walked in on waller and the ravens were locked in on waller and the raiders kept on going to them. Nineteen times. But you know wait in the game. The young guy showed up with c. Rubs had a big catch but all in all roads was what he was last year. And that's a little frightening. He competed at one ball. He's gonna make big plays but is he going to be a constant threat with see Often so i need to do some work especially with the injury good. So here's the ring news back soon. john simpson. Who played there. We'll we'll slide to the nba left tackle for the rest of the year of not This week of simpson will be in for income neo and germaine illumine manure. You know me and names. I think that what. I'm not going to try again on scum jemaine again for the rest of the day. Jon gruden liked what he saw from him. He'll play You know at right guard for good this week if income needles out at left guard. I've been saying. I'll off-season and the raiders felt that way too. There's there's not much room for air on the offensive line. As far as injury goes hundred. James had a tough night. Alex leatherwood had some moments. Were so good. They struggled and run and run protection. Run blocking passport was better. But you know it's a work in progress. It's a work in progress. But hey it's a win and you clean up all the crap lot more happier when you after a win right. And we'll see how the run game goes and this offense has a chance to be dynamic. Then defense is does what that you can win with. That evens giving up twenty seven points. If the offense does what it can't and i think it will again defensively keys pressure internal perriman over nick. Kwiatkoski was a little surprising k. J. right place. I made a big play and down. That helped win the game..
"baltimore" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"Weeks thursday friday and saturday. So perhaps he'll be ready you if not. We'll see john john. Simpson another young guy against a good defensive line right they need richie healthy with these young guys and and it's a little scary. 'cause he's thirty eight years old and he missed fourteen and a half games last year guy. We hurting week two. And now he's hurt again. So you know kind of little little nervy a little nervy what else practice squad guys like migrate harper. Who was on the giants last year after he was when he they think the giants claimed him and that he was cut this year. He's quarterback trae ragas. Bj hemmings they cut from the practice squad. So there sixty nine guys in the program and he. He's not even good enough to be in that that's that's his remind that's knock on him. It's just reminder of of what happens in the preseason because he was a preseason stain out doesn't mean shine nola in september it nothing. May mike mayock said last week. That mr groggy swagger back After struggling us here. I wanna see how much he put his. I wanna see how much arnett plays i want. I want these guys do well cagey rate is raider finally happened He's gonna play is gonna play this week. They restrict your some deals to get him. This team's got some older guys. All sun and right in mccoy and perryman major pyramids at that old though he's only been released itchy. It makes you wonder how why they taught the need for these guys late in the year. So you know i. I think the young guys that some of these positions weren't quite as good as abra hoping particularly linebacker india defined apple. He was heard a lot. So let's not you know. Throw him away quite yet but we just saw what happened with News and that's the reason why they got older there. They felt they need guys. They got six four guys bradley players. Bradley bunch. I stole that from a twitter. Follower gave him props But yeah that's that's what you wanna see because go comfortable guys. He's comfortable with these guys. But there are some age moral and rush and white and tension nixon all on the injured reserve release. Three weeks devin. Del levin is back safety killing nas. Alameda guy. Oakland cared alameda. Were the raiders. Facility was right off the shadows of the stadium. He goes the falcons flat described. Cv has some what they're up to him Yeah so that's kinda catch up on there which spends leslie show and you know. I don't like going along i just i just get and get out hopefully make your smarter. Raider fan move on. Here's keys game you know. They don't have any running-backs right now. Dobson's out for the year right on back. I think they're getting the ravens had a good time healthwise they got some key guys heard but the ravens are really good. Starting the season four or five years. They've blown doors on opponent. So jim excuse me john harbaugh gets his team ready. They're one twenty state straight games in the preseason. I'm not saying that's going to play any any matter at all in that game but what it does is it means that this team is in win mode all the time. And it's you know it's an upper level team. It's a big game for the raiders. But make ramar and he's gotta be rusty just like derek carr make him take over challenging. Vote up against the ryan bag. Just say hey we're coming against you and if you can contain him for making big runs they got shot. They got shot anyways that block. Well yes established run game. Yeah get the crowd into this game early and just really be out physical physical team you know. I mean again. The offense is going to be rusty. The raiders offense is going to be rusty not many people played in the preseason goes for defense to but you gotta shake that route rust off right away and i. I have a feeling this might be a lower scoring game. Relatively speaking the over under fifty one ravens a four and a half point favorites. I think i would say this gains go around forty four so maybe twenty four twenty or something like that so points. Maybe at a premium. And he's going to be an interesting game. But i think the keys are shaking off the rust and really nodding not letting emerge jackson lamar jackson you. If you know what. I mean you can't let him play the game. He wants to play. You have to say hey. We're shutting everybody down around you and we're coming after you and we're shutting you down. And it's all the statement by gus bradley. Do not let lamar jackson. The lamar jackson take him away. He can do that and you can make some plays on offense. There's can be a real fun. I game with fans in allegiance stadium in the regular sees. So there you go there you have it. There's your preview. thanks for having me. I'll talk to you next week. Enjoy the game be saved. If you go have a blast. We'll talk to you. Tuesday come to the everyday me. And my step beating williams murga johnson now holder all there and they all do great work and they do podcasts. And they're not as annoying. Sound as i am and dago. Thanks for having me everybody. Is bill williamson. glad pride. you take it.
"baltimore" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"What we're doing on a microcosmic scale every day but i wondered. How are you going to look at what you're doing with the baltimore. Museum of art going forward are your plans to continue to work in this space. Do you have any secret. Aspirations to become a curator. Thank thank you. I must i must be doing a good job of representing the institution ally. You absolutely are one of our. Former trustees believe he was an attorney for many years and once he retired from his partnership. He ended up writing several history books. Currently i'm a investment manager I love i love identifying great companies investing in them So i continue to love and enjoy my day job. But i think it's like so many things in life. There's there's yin and yang and so being involved with the baltimore. Museum of art is a way for me to think in a different way. There's definitely a number of items that come from running businesses. That i think make me a more student trustee so i would say you know as far as things like becoming a curator and whatnot. Maybe when i'm in my fifties or sixties i'll go back to school to try to get the credentials to pursue that but right. Now i'm i'm i'm happy with what i'm doing professionally but thank you now. I just wondered because you describe it so beautifully. Your passion for the exhibits is so clear. So yeah a passion for the exhibit. Send in tuesday's excitement for for the city of baltimore. You and i were were chatting previously about the extremes of social strata in baltimore i very much want to be working with institutions in people that can find ways to empower everyone in this city and i think i think we're making a dent there with this institution but but no i'm i'm very optimistic about baltimore trying to make it the greatest city it can be. I wish you every luck with your endeavors to do so because it is a very worthwhile mission. And i think this is a wonderful museum. A wonderful thing that you're doing. So how can people get involved with the baltimore museum of art and reach out and learn more about your wonderful collections. Will i love to see. Is many people passing through the front doors possible. Normally i would tell you just show up at ten art museum drive in baltimore tuesday through sunday but unfortunately we have kobe restrictions. So really the best thing for anyone to do right. Now's visit art b. m. a. dot. Org that's the museum's website you'll be able to see a number of our offerings whether they be online. I know we're doing arts..
"baltimore" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"The i'm your host aerial basketball and today we're talking art the baltimore museum of art specifically founded in one thousand fourteen. It's a gem of museum that recently pledged to do better by its community with a commitment to diversity and equity through structural. Change as well as initiatives and exhibitions here to talk with us about these changes is board trustee and executive committee member while may web welcome plumbing. Thank you so much for agreeing to come on and talk about your role with the baltimore museum of art and how you're doing in this moment and all this wacky nece that we are living through right at this moment. I hope you're doing okay. Thank you so much for having me. I'm doing well. I've been blessed to be employed through this whole event of the same for my wife My family is in good health. Both of our families are starting to get vaccines so I thankfully don't have much to complain about. But i think we can all agree Psychologically this has been a very trying period. Yeah yeah for sure and are you in baltimore right now or out side or so. I live in the city. Yeah okay So i don't know how well you know the city but my neighborhood is just south of the inner harbor. Okay okay. Yeah i gotcha. Yeah i've spent a lot of time in baltimore. Okay mostly at johns hopkins unfortunate. Yeah the hospital side or the school side the hospital. Sorry to hear that. Sorry to hear out but world class healthcare. So that's exactly. That is the flip side but the inner harbor is lovely and always getting to stay down. There is always wonderful. I have a lot of friends who live in that area as well but yeah baltimore is such an interesting city for so many reasons you run the gamut of income diversity in terms of what the city itself represents and when you look at the diversity of the city is well in microcosm in the middle of everything that's been going on this year trying to balance. I would assume that the baltimore museum of art has felt like it has to kind of way. Its own responsibilities differently in responding to the moment in a way that i don't know that the country has really ever woken up in the way that it has this year or in twenty twenty i should say but we're continually waking up in twenty twenty one as it turns out. We saw me where john with that. But no i can't remember the name of those action movies. Twenty twenty part do is that. I think that is what we call this. Berkshire oh man. But i already recorded an intro. Where i talk about the baltimore. Museum of art is a little gem of a museum. That is doing the right thing. And making a commitment to do better by the community in terms of pledging to better by talk representation et cetera. The four we get into anything else. Could i ask you to describe your role within the museum and how it's continually expanding over time you know it's it's funny the bit about continually expanding but i will..
"baltimore" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"He he certainly he loves to mix it up and he didn't sort of mince any words in the process too so he was not sort of winning a lot of sort of hearts in this process. But you know from a business perspective. You could sort of see his point. I guess i who's to blame. It seems like there's a little bit to go around. Maybe him a little bit more. So i guess right. It's just like everything in life him. i think they're shades. Great everything i think. Part of the blame was him. Not being transparent insane. Look i'm going to leave if you don't do this. And this and then part of it is the city of baltimore who wasn't really forthright in the way. They negotiated with them and figured like okay. He really can't do anything about it so they didn't have the foresight to see. They were going to lose the team. He wasn't transparent enough in telling them that. I'm gonna leave if you don't do this so it's really both both both every blame all the way around. And in the end the people who paid for were the fans of baltimore. You know the fans that want to hear about the economics on either side. They didn't want their team. The leave so unfortunately that happens in a lot of situations even today. So i would think that you there's to go around the board y to the uninitiated. Why did they why was why was the departure so abrupt so clandestine so done. You know dramatically with those moving vans in the middle of under the cover of night on that particular evening I'm not sure people sort of recognize. Sort of the the specificity of that day and why it almost his hand was forced for for a reason or two. Why why was that. The exclamation point and the dramatic point that the team left in such a manner In in march of eighty four. Well you gotta goes to. What kind of person. What kind of man say was he he really. It was heavy handed.
"baltimore" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"You'll see the the the feature there goes with their third street. It's all there it's it's a. It's a fantastic. Well then it's only an hour But it it cuts right to the chase and it really is instructive and it. It's it's it's haunting It's it's happy full of memories. it's also very disdainful for the way things sort of happened at it. Certainly very hopeful. Of course the ravens franchise now for better or for worse carries on that legacy of the colts franchise inelegant as that history had wound up becoming but Moving forward from it and all that. So here's our conversation. Come up with troy and just a moment or two and it's it's a great one and if you're a colts fan or you remember the old. Afl remember the afc battles of the colts You'll enjoy the conversation immensely a few promotional things to get out of the way this weekend. Why not celebrate the legacy of the baltimore colton and frankly baltimore football history for that matter with a couple of great sponsors this week. How 'bout four seventeen helmets. That's four one seven helmets. Four seventeen helmets dot com promo code good seats for ten percent of all of your many helmets purchases and while there are. There's a indianapolis colts Helmet there. I you know i certainly you can check that one out but to interesting baltimore offerings. That might be helpful in in the span of this conversation. One of is the baltimore stallions. Efl many of you may remember in our previous conversations Around the cfl the baltimore stallions. They were known as the baltimore. Cfl colts for a cup of coffee. And then this the baltimore. Cfl's and a whole bunch of other sort of informal names but make no mistake of the colors and the stadium was if aug. on purpose frankly of the old colts franchising in many respects. The the arrival of the cfl brand of football in baltimore was the impetus to finally Once again get an nfl franchise not the expansion version but a relocation version and one commemorate that and how about a truly lost to history Version of the baltimore football legacy the baltimore bombers remember them probably don't but they were The team that was proposed by the Various ownership folks and and team officials and city officials at in the early nineties when the nfl was looking to award Expansion franchise nineteen ninety-three to be exact. The baltimore bombers were the name and logo and all that stuff the glazer family one to actually by the tampa bay buccaneers Were part of that effort. And alas the nfl decided to go south into both jacksonville and charlotte the carolina panthers for those two expansion franchises and thus obviously opening the door for cleveland moved to baltimore become the all that kind of stuff we get into that but the bombers many helmet is is cool. The logo is really neat and as a great history behind that too those are just the two of the many many very cool mini helmet offerings. That they make a.
"baltimore" Discussed on Breaking The 4th Wall
"The you've only ever heard about you. Go through life thinking you're invincible. I was raised vegetarian. So i thought i was just immune diseases and then i was bulletproof but suddenly. I'm sitting there in a doctor's office in one minute. I'm waiting to hear the results of my ultrasound. And the next minute they're booking me for surgery and asking questions like do you want us to put in a prosthetic and saying things like you probably go free some of your sperm and you have a week to answer these questions and so having had this experience and going through it again in two thousand nineteen. When i picked up the baltimore walls of the second time. I was able to relate to it on a much deeper level that i hadn't previously been able to get to and i say this not to get sympathy or try to make you feel any sort of way or sad but i just want to say how much i relate to this play. The other thing about is that with the current covid nineteen pandemic. It feels just as topical today as it probably did back. Then the baltimore waltz centers around the aids epidemic. It was written by paula. Vogel as a way of coping with the loss of her brother who passed away from hiv in the late eighties. It's crazy to me. Just how many parallels there are with the aids epidemic in the covid nineteen pandemic. of course it's transmitted in a very different way and certainly covid nineteen has had a global impact And no businesses shut down because of aids but but but the panic feels very much. The same and i was reading it this time around it. It felt very fresh at the start of the pandemic in march. There was a lot of information out there. Some of it contradictory and it was changing all the time. That's what they go through in the baltimore waltz at the beginning of the aids epidemic. They didn't know what it was. They call it things. Like grid gay related immune disease Which paula vogel alludes to by referring to disease in the play as a td acquired toilet disease because they believe it can be transmitted from the seat of a toilet. But i'm getting ahead of myself..
"baltimore" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"Mindscape podcast I'm your host. Sean Carroll, so how about those viruses so hot right now, right? Everyone's talking about viruses. You know why we're in the midst of quarantine global pandemic with the novel Corona Virus leading to the covid nineteen disease, but he heard mindscape or less about the concerns of the moment and more about the big picture issues. Issues that are going to last for a very long time, so let's talk not about this particular pandemic, but about the idea of viruses more generally, and there's probably no more expert person to talk to than today's guest David Baltimore who won the Nobel, prize in physiology and medicine for virus related activity back in the nineteen seventies. He has collaborators were the ones. Ones, who showed something called reverse transcription? You might know that in genetics in cellular biology. There's something called the central Dogma that says the DNA stores Information Aren a goes over the DNA in gets assembled in a way that can pick up that information, and then the rn a carries it over to be converted into proteins. That's the central dogma. The DNA stores the. The carries and then proteins are constructed so reverse transcription as discovered by Baltimore and others shows how aren a can actually go in effect. The DNA in fact turns out that in viruses unlike an every other kind of information carrying organism. I WANNA say living organism because there's a debate about whether viruses are alive or not, but let's say that back and forth. Forth between DNA and RN and proteins is really rich inside viruses, and as Baltimore went onto show, this has important implications for things like how viruses can cause cancer, specific kinds of viruses, the HIV virus, and indeed right now when you talk about different kinds of viruses, you'll probably refer to the Baltimore classification of viruses, which is named after David, not after the city. City of Baltimore so for most of this episode we talked about what viruses are. Are they really alive? How do they interact with organisms with genomes hop from one kind of organism to another, but then we do at the end to get a little bit more specific about the current corona virus, and also about some bigger picture questions about gene editing about the. The origin of consciousness and I asked gave a little bit about what thinks about how corona virus has impacted US and how we should be responding to it. Let me just say that he has strong word. This afford how we been responding to it and how we could do better not necessarily about social distancing anything like that, but how the public health infrastructure. Infrastructure should be ready for things like this in this day and age. This should not be taking us by surprise. So this is one of those episodes of Mindscape, which is both very interesting, but also very important things going on right now. That's a rare thing. That's usually what we do around here, but I think it works in this case, so let's go. David.
"baltimore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Archdiocese of Baltimore every Sunday welcome to Catholic Baltimore George matter sex digital editor for the archdiocese of Baltimore in the age of the corona virus pandemic families and individuals are facing new levels of stress and anxiety what are some of the ways to deal with the pressures and uncertainties brought on by the pandemic what role does spirituality play in helping us through the crisis Dr Robert wicks a clinical psychologist best selling author of more than fifty books and professor emeritus at Loyola University Maryland will answer some of those questions on our show today doctor which has worked extensively in the area of secondary stress the stress that is often associated with care givers he was responsible for the psychological debriefing of relief workers evacuate from Rwanda during that country's bloody civil war in nineteen ninety six he was awarded a papal medal by Saint John Paul the second in recognition of his service to the Catholic Church here's our interview with Dr Robert wicks Dr Robert Weekes thanks so much for being here on campus box more pleasure great to have you in there are so many added stresses going on today by the pandemic in addition to worry about just not getting infected people are suddenly faced with all these economic hardships not to mention all the responsibilities they have in trying to educate their children and learning about elderly parents and so many other areas what are some practical tips you might have heard people to try to alleviate some of the staff that they're experiencing these days I think the first thing you have to do is lean back and recognize that during a pandemic or or any other crisis it's not the amount of darkness in the world that matters or even in your country or your church or even in your family or yourself that matters in the end it it's how you stand in the door yes so our perspective you know the way we view the world in ourselves is key during this time of crisis and I think one of the things that underlies a healthy perspective is balance so for example staying informed is good being overwhelmed with negative emotions there at night I remember situation at Walter Reed army hospital said to me no during a question and answer period I ask you a question and your your answer made all the difference and he explained to me what was the question he said well I said that I just got back from Afghanistan and I knew that they were going to deploy me again and what would happen is I would go home turn on TV see the negative stuff and then just feel overwhelmed and I should know what can I say to you you said you you told me that I could watch TV but when I started to feel that bad experience happening just shut the darn thing all and that simple response five minutes in the morning it's fine to keep yourself aware constantly focusing on that same theme of the big you know corporate nineteen doesn't make any sense being compassionate is good but ignoring your own needs is bad so now we have home schooling we have different arrangements that did really stress says there's ways that people are trying to figure out you know how they can support you know they are older parents or others in the neighborhood and that's great that's that's terrific but you also need to recognize that one of the greatest gift you can share with others is a sense of your own piece but you can't show it you don't have so trying to have a few moments to yourself that use you know when you're in the bathroom when you're in the shower before you get out of bed before you fall asleep Jack silence solitude and gratitude to your present in this world can make a difference balance between concern is good you know worrying is a waste of time and emotionally dangerous so that being concerned about reasonable ways to stay physically healthy and help others makes a lot of sense however free floating anxiety a worrying only serves to dissipate the very energy we need to offer others and keep a healthy perspective or self what people don't realize is the self only has so much energy and if we empty that psychological and spiritual reservoir we're in trouble so we need to focus what we have power over and what we don't and that can help us remain resilient balancing between the positive is good you know you want positive things in your life but listening to PR that is not based on fact is not good I think does in the media and government to help the service what is good during a crisis can really help us avoid focusing solely on the negative but when they present things that are not true then then we feel betrayed by them balancing a deep faith in god or something larger than ourselves but expecting religion to protect us from containers is misguided well I think what we believe in god you know we we recognize that we have an excellent orienting point I think faces a GPS it can direct us but we need to recognize that when we put such faith you know in others because there are religious leaders or or or you know they they somehow or spiritual figure in our life that's unfair to them thank god and I think that one of the things that we really want to do is keep that face but know the difference between faith and religion religion is the necessary bridge to face thanks to something else I didn't finally having a circle of friends to check in is good if you need a group of friends you know who just had regular friends it doesn't work if we just kept positive friends to get us involved in spiritual romanticism that doesn't work I think we need to profit the challenge with voices of guiding us we need a cheerleader that sympathetic who knew the harasser appeaser that helps us learn instead of taking god she usually we take ourselves too seriously and finally we need the inspirational friend you know calls us to be all that we can be without embarrassing us that we are where we are so those kinds of challenges I think can really help us what affect does excessive worry have on a person physically you had mentioned the emotional toll that is there also a physical toll sure because what you're doing is you're offering telling your brain is telling your body that it's time to run over it Jack you see when you have a worry it is very difficult you know your body really wants to help you so if you have a concern you know if you see a train coming right at you obviously you want your body to do legally actual life itself at a high level so you can get out of the way to the train if you spend all that energy on worrying about a train hitting you then what happens is it develops ulcers it causes your blood pressure to rise he called undue stress on on the systems that that that really can't stand that constant alert so it has a political issue and it has a a psychological issue and of course it has a spiritual issue because it has to do with what version of phase we're following I think children can really pick up on a lot of this from their parents and their parents are being overly worried about things I think it sort of rubs off on our children and the children know that something something different is going on something unusual is at hand what kind of advice would you have for parents on how to reassure their children during this time especially when the parents themselves might be the same reassurance yeah I think that each parent first focuses on what they control what they can control what they can't on a docking port and I think also Mister Rogers the former TV personality when he would get worried his mother would say keep your eye on the help which focus on the helpers because they're the ones that are reaching out to others now there is a difference between little children and adolescents with little children they just need basic reassurance and when you have adolescence you need to have a discussion about what the stresses are more so you can pick up what what they're concerned about because you simple reassurance will not work with adolescents so you need to separate them from the table at certain points and also those different kinds of support and adolescents themselves are doing with other kinds of loss whether it's to not be able to go to the bottom of the eighth not updated the possibility of not graduating do you have any tips there on and how important it is to recognize that loss well I think this is the first of all you need to ask them obviously what's the sense of it and then the first reaction often is very terse you know this stinks you know this awful war this didn't doesn't have didn't happen to my sister or my brother or whatever that needs to be listened to and expanded upon us so you try to pull them out and get the aspects of what they're concerned about because people get concerned in different ways about different events when I was at the bedside of a woman who had a miscarriage in the final trimester of the pregnancy rather than just assuming I knew what was touching her I said what about this loss particularly makes you sad she said I will never know this little person I don't know whether he was going to be a hyperactive boy well she's good the child is going to be a quiet girl did you never know what she was thinking but you knew she was up.
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"Baltimore every Sunday welcome to Catholic Baltimore George Madison digital editor for the archdiocese of Baltimore beginning February first the Walters art museum in Baltimore will feature a new exhibit showcasing a twelfth century illuminated manuscript that has an incredible history and a very special connection to Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic missal which has undergone an extensive conservation effort will be on display for the first time in four decades Abigail quant the Walters head of booking paper conservation will join us in our second segment to describe the painstaking preservation efforts but first Lindley Herbert curator of rare books and manuscripts and curator of the upcoming exhibit tells us about the extraordinary history of what's known as the Saint Francis missile only her thanks for being here on Catholic Baltimore thank you for having me the Walters is home to an extraordinary artifact called the Saint Francis missile and it's got an amazing history but before we get into that could you explain for our listeners when a missile is what when you were on this would be used for sure so the missile is the book that is used during the masses so it has the text for the priests to to read throughout the masses for the year so we would have the the text for the the Eucharist for every service and then all of the others that you need it's often serve text from the gospels have been re organized into the order that you need to read them in so most of the book actually contains a lot of the gospel but it's sort of free arranged for the use of the priest and this particular missile do we know who created it and when it was created so the who is hard to say because it's it's not as you know nobody signed the book and that's common in medieval manuscripts but we what we do know is that it was made for the church of St Nicolo an SEC there's an inscription in the book that states that and that it was the donor of the book was a local man in Assisi who live there in the eleven eighties eleven nineties so that helps us sort of locate the book to CC two Sir to send a glow in that moment in the late twelfth century and this is a really beloved book for Franciscans and Catholics in general can you tell us why and it's got a great story behind it it does so in many of the accounts of Saint Francis is life there's a story about him and having a sort of debate with some of his friends and they're all trying to figure out what path they want to to follow and to better follow god and they're all coming from serve wealthy upbringing so they kind of want to shift their lives but they don't quite know how so one night in twelve oh eight and they were up service debating this together and they couldn't quite decide by morning what they wanted to do with their lives so Francis basically said okay well let's just ask god to tell us so they went around the corner to the church of St Nicolo which was the parish church that Francis off and went to and they walked up to the altar in the church and open the book that was on the altar and they just kind of opened it randomly to three different places once for each of the Trinity and each place that they open the book to it basically said give up earthly goods and follow me so this is sort of a foundational moment you know Francis turns to his his companions us as well that's that's what god wants us to do that is our path so this book because it is from that church from that moment if it would have been the book on the altar I'm so it is it is widely believed to have been a book that he opened that day and that's the foundation for his whole Kerrison for his religious community rain yes yes I mean this is really you know the book this service starts at all in a lot of ways I mean he was working towards that moment for years himself you know sort of in different ways but at this moment kind of solidified a lot of things for him so there's sort of a ripple effect out from this book so how did the book make its way to the Walters from Italy all those centuries ago so so the the church of St Nick Lowe was damaging earthquake in the nineteenth century and at that moment we believe that the works inside of it we're kind of scattered the church was the sanctified and eventually torn down except for the crypt so this book like we left the church at that moment and so ended up in private collections ended up into dealers catalog in the early nineteen hundreds and it actually didn't sell for like a decade and a half he listed I think three times and no one had picked it up and finally a dealer that Henry Walters often but many trips from in Paris ended up buying it from that dealer and then sold it to Henry Walters in nineteen twenty four Franciscans around the world come here just to see this manuscript they do it's sort of a we've become a site of pilgrimage they really they coming groups or you know singly the very first I've been here ten years and the first Franciscan who came here that I helps you know serve sure the book too he came here on his sixtieth jubilee and this was his gift to himself it was to come on pilgrimage to see this book and so we have regular visits from Franciscans from around the world I'm contacted probably monthly if not weekly with requests to see this book.
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"Baltimore every Sunday welcome to Catholic Baltimore I'm George mad as heck digital editor for the archdiocese of Baltimore beginning February first the Walters art museum in Baltimore will feature a new exhibit showcasing a twelfth century illuminated manuscript that has an incredible history and a very special connection to Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic missal which has undergone an extensive conservation effort will be on display for the first time in four decades Abigail quant the Walters head of booking paper conservation will join us in our second segment to describe the painstaking preservation efforts but first Lindley Herbert curator of rare books and manuscripts and curator of the upcoming exhibit tells us about the extraordinary history of what's known as the Saint Francis missile only Harvard thanks for being here on captain Baltimore thank you for having me the waters is home to an extraordinary artifact called the Saint Francis missile and it's got an amazing history but before we get into that could you explain for our listeners when a missile is what what if on this would be used for sure so the missile is the book that is used during the masses so it has the text for the priests to to read throughout the masses for the year so it would have the the text for the the Eucharist for every service and then all of the others that you need it's often serve text from the gospels have been re organized into the order that you need to read them in so most of the book actually contains a lot of the gospel but it's sort of free arranged for the use of the priest and this particular missile do we know who created it and when it was created so the it's hard to say because it's it's not as you nobody signed the book and that's common in medieval manuscripts but we what we do know is that it was made for the church of St Nicolo an SEC there's an inscription on the book that states that and that it was the donor of the book was a local man in Assisi who live there in the eleven eighties eleven nineties so that helps a sort of locate the book to CC two Sir to send a glow in that moment in the late twelfth century and this is a really beloved book for Franciscans and Catholics in general can you tell us why and it's got a great story behind it it does so in many of the accounts of Saint Francis is life there's a a story about him and having a sort of debate with some of his friends and they're all trying to figure out what path they want to to follow and and to better follow god and they're all coming from serve wealthy upbringing so they kind of want to shift their lives but they don't quite know how so one night in twelve oh eight and they were up service debating this together and they couldn't quite decide by morning what they wanted to do with their lives so Francis basically said okay let's just ask god to tell us so they went around the corner to the church of St Nicolo which was the parish church that Francis off and went to and they walked up to the altar in the church and open the book that was on the altar and they just kind of opened it randomly to three different places once for each of the Trinity and each place that they open the book to it basically said give up earthly goods and follow me so this is sort of a foundational moment you know Francis turns to his his companions and says well that's that's what god wants us to do that is our path so this book because it is from that church from that moment if it would have been the book on the altar so it is it is widely believed to have been the book that he opened that day and that's the foundation for his whole Kerrison pres religious community rain yes yes I mean this is really you know the book this service starts at all in a lot of ways I mean he was working towards that moment for years himself you know sort of in different ways but at this moment kind of solidified a lot of things for him so there's sort of a ripple effect out from this book so how did the book make its way to the Walters from Italy all those centuries ago so so the the church of St Nick Lowe was damaging earthquake in the nineteenth century and at that moment we believe that the works inside of it we're kind of scattered the church was the sanctified and eventually torn down except for the crypt so this book like we left the church at that moment and so ended up in private collections ended up into dealers catalog in the early nineteen hundreds and it actually didn't sell for like a decade and a half he listed I think three times and no one had picked it up and finally a dealer that Henry Walters often but many trips from in Paris ended up buying it from that dealer and then sold it to Henry Walters in nineteen twenty four in seasons around the world come here just to see this manuscript they do it's sort of a we've become a site of pilgrimage they really they coming groups or you know singly the very first I've been here ten years and the first Franciscan who came here that I helps you know serve sure the book too he came here on his sixtieth jubilee and this was his gift to himself to come on pilgrimage to see this book and so we have regular visits from Franciscans from around the world I'm contacted probably monthly if not weekly with requests to see this book.
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"And every year around fifteen hundred church leaders pastoral leaders in catechetical leaders come from from all over the place especially across their size of Baltimore to be formed to worship to pray together to really dig deep into our mission and to be better formed any quipped inspired to carry out this mission today in in twenty nineteen twenty twenty what does it take to make disciples today so that's really what it is is to give us a chance to go deeper and our own called missionary discipleship and also to go to go deeper view more well formed to to carry out our mission to make other missionary disciples and that encompasses every facet of pastoral care and every facet of pastoral ministry catechetical ministry evangelization really so it's very comprehensive Congress has put together who are you encouraging to attend well we really intend anybody who is engaged and in ministry of any kind in the parish and by that I mean we have to understand that were all called to to some form of ministries so from the pastor to the director religious added to the youth minister the pastoral social but also the business manager person serves at the front desk administration for all called to some kind of ministry there's something for everyone and of course our schools are a big part of this forming the next generation of disciples so really those in our in our local church and again across these many diocese who are being called to the mission to evangelize to make disciples to form the cycles we we're we're inviting all of them to come and just partake of this incredible opportunity of four formation and again of the mutual support and inspiration and worship that the that the comes with gathering like this and I know a lot of the participants have a lot of hands on training I I've spoken to some people who have gone through the Congress last year in previous years and they've actually enacted some of the things I've learned in their parishes maybe Craig could you tell us some of the workshops and hands on training things that are coming going on this year yeah George I'd love to you know it really starts right at the top when you're are the largest annual conference on the east coast it's everything from beginning with the keynote speakers at this year our carnal Tobin out of the archdiocese of New York and Dr two mon Davis who speaks really adequately on specially ministry towards African American population but out of her experience with that towards evangelization she got everything from those large keynotes too intensive for folks can really dive down into something specific you are talk about inter cultural competency there's an intensive for that our senators doing one on a church in crisis a talking about really a way forward for lady especially in this time with the church is really moving out of a place of experiencing if years of broken assn of hurt and pain and healing but also moving beyond that Jay's doing something with praying and singing with kids so you have really specific focus is like that one of the unique aspects this year as we really wanted to highlight the four marks of the church and that's the theme of this year's Congress one holy Catholic and apostolic and one of the ways that we did that was to choose for women to service make a workshop speakers you really wanted to highlight the role that women are having on the church in a leadership role they're taking and so we've been able to identify for incredible outstanding women who are going to speak to the community on any number of those four different areas so we have Lisa Henley who is the founder of Catholic mom dot com she's gonna talk about holy what does it mean to be holy in your families right as women what does that mean sister Donna Chandler was going to talk about she's a Dominican sister from New Jersey and she's the chancellor of the archdiocese of New York she's gonna mean talk about what it means to be Catholic what does it mean to be universal right now we're about apostolic that Annemarie Riley she's chief of staff executive vice president for strategy operations for Catholic relief services she's really gonna talk about apostolic that sense of mission to go out to your rest is too great job of being missional in their approach she's going to speak to a lot of those opportunities of our church should be able to be missional and then Armenia's is gonna speak as she is executive director of the secretariat for cultural diversity for the bush conference what does it mean to be one especially the diversity of our church how can we maintain the real dust in the beauty of being a diverse church were also being one church so there's just so many ways George for folks to be able to engage themselves and their ministry at the Congress no where is who we are as a faithful people and so we don't just come together as any other group would come together to get in workshops and learn about new techniques and new styles but we really come together as a body of Christ as John said threw him over sixty diocese on the east coast to come together and pray together and be together as the body of Christ so I know on Friday night John Gotti's can be giving an incredible concert those opportunities are going to be really impactful I think of especially Saturday it's going to be such a multicultural presence there's always a a large community of that and number of Hispanic community and the Asian Pacific island community that joins together on Saturday and the ability to pray and worship together in different languages just speaks to those for marks of the church really well AS one at one more thing if it's like a that this year we have a really exciting day for clergy lined up there is Sameer express did a very revealing study call going going gone but how are young adults the the so called nuns wants to check the box for no religious affiliation really they're not staying in the church of the girl Catholic I'm not being a tractor to the church so we that's the dug deeply into that to look at that whole foot challenger we have so by McCarthy from C. Ameriprise going to be leading clergy on a very special day on Friday the th of January thirty first to really try to equip them to reach out to our young adults to learn of the millennials to the nuns and to evangelize them and engage them and and and to to categorize them and really make disciples with that the young adults of today so I think we all experience the challenge in our churches today and this is gonna be unique opportunity in particular for clergy's would love to get the word out there have as many priest convert to space possible and your dealer also so excited to have the archbishop to celebrate liturgy with us on Saturday he such a gracious host for this conference and really loves a time to be able to spend with the people here in this diocese and also those who come from everywhere else he wears a Congress down a car is at the Hilton hotel downtown on package street in Baltimore the mid Atlantic Congress is the largest conference of its kind on the east coast and a joint effort of the archdiocese of Baltimore and the association of Catholic publishers numerous publishers from.
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"The radio mass of Baltimore on talk radio six eighty WCBS good morning I am father James because shoddy we will hear today that we are not the only ones who have been invited into the lord's kingdom there will be many whom we do not expect to find at the lord's banquet as mass begins let us pray for the grace to be open and welcoming to all whom the lord has invited and that we too may be made worthy of an invitation in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit faithful listeners the lord be with you and the lord Jesus invites us to the table of word and sacrament we confess that we are sinners who trusts his mercy and love and find courage and comfort in our prayer for one another lord Jesus your food lifted up to draw all people to your cell lord have mercy long users you have poured out on all.
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"Or in Baltimore. We need to repent when the suffering of others becomes their problem their fault and has nothing to do with me. Well, he did smoke like a fiend. What can you do? They all stuff themselves with fried food. Why did he go home with that stranger? Anyway. No one told them to come here. We need to repent of taking our own survival as a sign of favor, or at least the merited fruit of an ordered life. As Jonathan swift said, it is remarkable with what Christian fortitude and resignation. We can bear the sufferings of others. Catholics take this life. Seriously. We do not believe in reincarnation. This is no drill. No trial run. We are related to accountable for one another how we treat one another now that compassion we show. Now, the person's we become here are all that we bring with us beyond the grave. Facing death. Three orders our priorities and teaches us wisdom. Love truth Justice, human rights, always involve always cost something personal how much time I still spend worrying over what doesn't matter and licking wounds that would heal if only I'd stop picking at them. We all need discretion to live every day. We have and when the time comes to die with dignity. We are alive with the infinite eternal love of God, only if we are not afraid to spend ourselves not afraid to die in order to a hand on life to others. One of the joys of growing older is discovering. How precious life is how important it is to put time into relationships. We care about how important it is to nurture and care for people in their joys and sufferings in their living and in their dying which brings us to the parable of the Gardiner. Yes, he will come to judge the living in the dead. Yes. He will look for fruit from each of us. Yes. Every one of us could be cut down as useless, baron ranches. But this fearsome truth exists within the compassion of God revealed in Jesus the Gardiner through whom all things were made the soon risen one who has shared our sorrows and borne our grief. He has never given. Up on us never despaired of any of us. He's still lovingly prunes us hoping that we will bear fruit. That will last, sir. Leave it another year while I ho- it and minority then perhaps hit full bear fruit. He wants you. And I should be with him. To be more intensely. His. I believe in God, the father almighty, creator of heaven and earth Jesus Christ his only son our Lord was conceived by the Holy Spirit or another Virgin Mary suffered under punches pilot was crucified died and was very he descended into hell on the third day heroes again from the dead he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God, the father almighty from there. He will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit. The holy Catholic church. The communion of saints the forgiveness of sins the resurrection of the body and life everlasting..