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"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | Last month

"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Traffic from the ambassador. Midwest Ford Traffic Center report brought to you by Missouri Baptist University. We've got an accident. Westbound 64 40 out at highway in, it's been blocking the left lane. Traffic is really stacked up behind that, as drivers. Try to head out of down to head out of town for the weekend. Right now, The jam is just past wing Haven. We also haven't accident South Bound Lindbergh. This is a little bit north of Manchester. They shut down the lanes for a while. It looks a little bit better now, but we still have a jam behind that one as well. It doesn't go back as far as 64 40, but it's a slow go. Now we do have some volume Westbound 64 48 Hampton. Westbound 70 is your best bet It looks great out of downtown. It does start to slow as you head toward the 64 40 merged. So think of it is a slow go from just west of Brian rode on out through Wentzville. Then things will open up and look much better Find your light in 2021 through Missouri Baptist University, Missouri Baptist University is now waving standardized tests for spring and fall. 2021 admission online Undergraduate and graduate programs begin January. 11th Learn more at mobile app to CTU and Shine on I've suit Thomas with traffic. It's 4 43 at 97 1 at them. Count my identity's been taken following other love than Lifelock. Tis the season for more protection.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Point this afternoon traffic wise, who just turned into a mess. We now have an accident westbound to 70 just past 3 67, and it's blocking the right lane and we already had a mess through North County due to an earlier accident West found to 70 approaching the inner belt. Now that jam is thinning out eastbound looks a lot better through their crews. They're still working with an accident North bound to 70 north of 64 40. That was on the right side that caused a jam. At one point. Pardon me back to Manchester. South bound traffic of slow Go on to 70. They've cleared the accident at 21, but we had a jam that went back just north of 40 foreign. It's taking a while they're to unwind. Now. Things are fine on the bridges. If you're headed into Illinois westbound 70 westbound 64 40 both looking good from really downtown all the way on out. But the exit ramp was closed. Eastbound 64 42. McKnight because of an accident there, find your light in 2021 through Missouri Baptist University, Missouri Baptist University is now waving standardized tests for spring and fall 2021 admission. Online undergraduate and graduate programs. Forget January 11th learn more at mobile app dot e d u and shine on I'm Sue Thomas with traffic. It's 606 and 97 1 FM tone thinking about life insurance. Did you know in just a few minutes, You couldn't find the best price from up to 10 price competitive companies for free. You can with select quote. For example, George's 39. He was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure. But when I shopped around, I found him a 10 year $500,000 policy for under $22 a month. I'm select What Agent Dan Savino. And believe.

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Dallas - UNT Quarterbacks Coach Tate Wallis Arrested For Alleged Improper Relationship With A Student

Clark Howard

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Dallas - UNT Quarterbacks Coach Tate Wallis Arrested For Alleged Improper Relationship With A Student

"Denton Police arrested the University of North Texas assistant football coach Tate Wallace Thursday and accused him of two counts of an improper relationship with a student and an educator. According to Denton County Jail records. Wallace was hired as the mean Green quarterbacks coach in January, Wallace was released from jail on a $20,000 bond. Eunt released a statement late Thursday night, saying Wallace has been placed on administrative leave while the school reviews the available information you NT officials also say that Wallace's charges are unrelated to his employment with the university. Wallace was the offensive coordinator of Argyle High School from 2018 to 2019. And according to Denton County Jail records, thie offenses occurred in October and December of 2019 during Wallace's tenure at Argyle U. N. T, by the way, will start their season. Saturday at home against Houston Baptist University.

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Ken Starr Baylor University Scandal

All Things Considered

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Ken Starr Baylor University Scandal

"Ken Starr is best known for his investigation that helped lead to the impeachment of president Bill Clinton and now he'll be playing a part in the defense of president trump during his impeachment trial in between these chapters in presidential impeachment store worked for six years as president of Baylor University in Texas which is the nation's largest Baptist university and where he was forced out over his handling of sexual assault scandals we're joined now by Paula Levin an investigative reporter for ESPN who wrote a book about the scandal welcome thank you so I want you to bring us back to twenty ten when Ken Starr first became president of Baylor University what brought him there like what were the university's aspirations when they picked him to lead them was an interesting choice I mean he was not someone who had history with with Baylor but he was a big name and they were looking to raise their profile and to raise more money for the university and thought that bringing him in would would really appeal to the donors and he had a Christian background it was a very important aspect for how they ran the university and they were really hoping that he could bring them into the next chapter will publicity is certainly what thank god in twenty fifteen when things drastically changed when scandal first hit the national headlines because a football player at Baylor was convicted of sexual assault can tell us what happened there right so football player Sam echo what she was convicted of sexual assault and why it raise some eyebrows more so than some other cases was that he had previously been cleared by university investigation which actually would have a lower burden of proof in a criminal conviction and what the media and others came up with were additional reports of sexual assaults involving football players that led to an internal investigation and then what the media and those investigators found was that Baylor's failure to address sexual violence was not just a problem with the football program it was a campus wide issue that even getting worse over the years women being silenced victim blames retaliated against this so this leads to may twenty sixteen the border regions decides to fire head football coach art Briles they suspend the athletic director and they demote Ken Starr he'd later that summer steps down from all of his rolls of Baylor and departs so what do we know about whatever personal role Ken Starr had in this scandal did he play personal well I think Ken Starr's role was one of someone who was responsible for making sure that this got addressed to Baylor bites dropped the ball on that a good example of that is that federal guidelines required the university to appoint someone to title nine coordinator and so he does that but he gives that job to someone who was handling human resources and who already had a full time job and who's not really equipped to to deal with that just doesn't make it a priority does what's in his position that he didn't know so many women were coming forward with reports of sexual sorrow he didn't know what happened to those reports of sexual assault well right so after this all played out that's it that's what he was saying is like I wasn't aware that all of this was happening and how serious this all was and a lot of what happened with his discussions and and the border regions when he was demoted has not come out because they've both sides agreed to keep silent about a lot of that but at the end of the day no one has ever come forward and said that he specifically knew about a case of sexual assault that he covered after that he had a role in covering up and and that is important it's more that he was sort of out to lunch on the issue big picture so what is Baylor University done to address the culture that led to the scandal I would say that there are people who say it hasn't gone far enough and that there are still issues I mean I they did have a massive turnover best you know Ken Starr leaving athletic director Briles and then after that it and number of other people at lower levels but I think something that's important to mention is that they're still alive loose sense of this there are multiple women who filed title nine gender discrimination lawsuits against Baylor some of those are still pending but another thing to keep in mind is that there were a number of entities that launched investigations including the US department of education and that investigation is still

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Are Christians being persecuted 'at near genocide levels'?

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Are Christians being persecuted 'at near genocide levels'?

"H a review of religious persecution finds Christians in some parts of the world are being killed in genocidal levels. But Houston Baptist university. Professor. Doctor, shannon. Holzer says persecution isn't just murder echoes from the outright chilling own way, down to just public ridicule. Not being able to get a job the shunning of one by

"baptist university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is down six points to sixteen seed garner web. What you're saying? What is that garner web? Yes, we had to Google as well. Garner web is a guard. The Gardner Webb is in boiling springs, South Carolina. They may be making a run at knocking off number one seed Virginia. And I'm about to give you chills Wayne. Yeah. Last year. Virginia number one seed right lost in the first round to a sixteen seat. Yes. It was the first time it had happened and ever for a division. One team to lose to a sixteen seat to try to understand what's happening here. Could it be that the the psychological baggage of last year is looming in the heads of these Virginia players -solutely, you you never forget a failure. Like that. Just ask Matt Ryan boiling spring, South Carolina. By the way, is about eight thousand people strong about seventy five miles west of Charlotte right there on the pretty close to the border with South Carolina. The area became known as boiling springs because of a small spring in its heart that up until the land was commercially developed actually appeared as if it were boiling, and it would sometimes shoot water six feet into the air. Now, the guys are diminished gradually over the years in the thirties. It became a shallow barely bubbling stream. And today. The water is still the spring is still located the corner of MacMillan boulevard and highway nine on the same lot as the Bilo shopping center. How about that? You wanna talk about the school at all Gardner Webb university. Do you know the Gardner Webb university was originally founded as a Baptist high school? And now it is at university. It is the youngest Baptist university in North Carolina. I took the liberty of finding things to do. Here's a bad thing though. Yeah. You know what? Their graduation rate is what? Fifty-three percent. It's probably a very tough institution. It's probably very tough institution. I took the liberty of finding things to do in boiling springs. Mcmillan park is good for you know, Greenspace needs lake Bowen good for lake in fishing needs. You've got your boiling springs community park. You've got your Milliken arboretum. Oh, look at this Conway park. Ding dong. Ding, freaking Dong may return just for a moment though to the graduation rate of Gardner Webb university. Yeah. The fifty three percent graduation rate is for full time full start again, first time fulltime undergraduate students who graduate within six years so giving everybody six years, that's Chico state style right there. It was very rare to get out and four very rare. This is incredible UC Irvine, by the way, knocked off four seed Kansas state today, beating them seventy to sixty four well done not a tight not one. Not like, oh, they just edged them out in the last moment with a buzzer beater, and they won by two. This is good times. Good times Gardner Webb still with a four point lead over Virginia. And now Colgate at the fifteen seat is up to Tennessee. Art should be a momentous first round threes. Can I just point out something and a Gardner Webb player? Just very severely ran into and knocked over a Virginia player and as the Virginia player went down on his back. He was smiling the entire time and never stopped smiling as he got up again and continued playing there you go. Mnuchin hopes that happened in the NBA a guy really knocks another guy out. And the guy who got knocked out is like, hey, this is fun. I don't care. It depends. If he if he got knocked out for real or if he was faking it for the foul now Virginia has just narrowed the lead to to all, right? We'll we'll we'll stay on top of this as well as the nine news nuggets you need to know. We'll do that coming back. Hot takes hot sports takes. Gary, and Shannon, Wayne, Resnick and stuff shaking your head. Blake. Amy king.

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"baptist university" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on WTRH

"I'll tell you about how you can still get into our biblical counseling intensive on sex trafficking out Baptist. I'm sorry. Dallas Baptist university in. We've got all the information for you on that coming up in just a second. It is called sex trafficking. Taking a stand to stop it. But you have in some of the materials that you've written June unless you've changed it. I know you're writing a lot of new stuff for tomorrow the five steps of trafficking. What what exactly is that it? It does help to understand this realize. Okay. What does a pimp looking for? A trafficker could be the pep. Knows the places where young people hang out they watch for those who are there to show signs of honorability. What we're talking about his emotional neediness or isolation. Like sitting alone walking alone playing alone. A tendency to be easily intimidated or low self esteem and they frequently traffic runaways, meaning homeless young people. It could be they know that there's a victim of domestic violence or sexual abuse. And what we're saying is. These pimps they know the background to look for these. Well, I I will say it this way they recruit their victims. I by scouting the scene, then manipulating in finally, trapping them. So how does that happen? They've got to figure out how to groom this victim. They they'll they'll identify a victim the when they're going to be prostituting into a relationship, but building an emotional connection with them to gain their trust. How well. They're gonna pretend to be someone. They're not. An act like they really care. They'll they've learned how to talk to. Give them advice understanding, the they'll lavish them with expensive gifts that shows. You really care showering them with attention and affection. And so children young people can be groomed online. I'm talking about on the web on their phones or Fe or face to face. You know by a stranger someone they. Don't know or somebody. They do know it can be. An actual boyfriend who isn't really a boyfriend he's really pretending to be, but groomers can be usually they're male, but they can be female because they're going to get a lot of money and. Many children don't know what to say. They don't understand they are being groomed. And that's a key point. So you've got you identify the people who appear to be most vulnerable. They groom them by all these this lavish wonderful attention, and then traumatize is third. Step perpetrators will initiate some sort of trauma. The peps were talking about some trauma that attach is the the victim to this pimp. And he's like saving her life in some way. Trauma can be something like gang rape. Are taking the victim to some strip club for the first time in and somehow he's able to befriend and just anything that that can traumatize the victim. And they the perpetrator the depend is going to be nice to the victim, and they'll actually kind of rewrite history extracting himself in. He wants to be sure that he's seen as you need me. You need me. Then there is the isolation. That's number four. So it's you Adelphi you groom. Traumatize isolate this is very hard. This is this is traumatic the perpetrator the pep. He's berries techniques to restrict the victims access to outside communication.

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"baptist university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The right one is how to solve DACA get also provide changes to border security that were important. To, our country Trump legislative affairs director Marc short Mr short My name is. Tyler warn I just transferred over to Missouri Baptist university in. Saint Louis my question is Democrats have kind of made the. Statement bed they're the only party that has the interest of minority communities within America. In mind and this is kinda dated back from, the, thirties forties and especially in. The sixties and so my question is What should not only Trump administration but. Republicans and conservatives in general on do to alleviate the fears that the Democratic Party. Is instilled in minorities communities from voting for Republican, candidates, who actually have their best. Interests in mind and have Policies that they want to implement actually help them make them succeed So what what should, we, do. To, win back, the minority vote we once had thanks thanks Tyler I you know I think, that that's an issue that's plagued our party for. A long time and I think we continue to struggle with it I wish I had simple answer to give you I do, believe that what you often find among. Hispanic, populations is that there's a perception in the media that they're number one issues immigration and in many, cases it's not in many cases it's I want to. Have a better future for myself my, family I want to come here and have a job and it's give me, those tools opportunities now, what we find in pulling. Off in is, that if.

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"baptist university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So he was talking with. The Augusta American. And he apologized to the reporter saying. Well I did lie to you I wrote it I did. I wrote it I don't have an explanation, he says I made a mistake there's, no, excuse for what I did Khalil caviezel Who wants to go to Dallas, Baptist university that ought to. Be reconsidering I normally don't say, this stuff but this guy tried to ruin somebody's life He didn't make a mistake He lied his word ass. Off is what he did. Khalil Khalil is a racist he's a racist bigot who lied. And defamed slandered and libeled someone maliciously and fraudulently raised money from people while. Pretending to be a victim And dragged his employer into it So Cavale didn't. Admit this until salt grass steakhouse after they rushed to virtue signal came back and, issued, a press release, and said quote after further investigation we've learned that. Our employees fabricated the entire story the customer has been contacted and invited back to our restaurant to dine on us Racism of any form is intolerable and we, should, act swiftly should, it occur in any of our stablishment falsely accusing. Someone racism is equally disturbing I don't even think you need to state the obvious Being a racist, and falsely accusing someone. Of racism because you're a racist bigot like Khalil Cavill Is in tolerable Sawgrass I don't know if they fired, him or not but He is no longer working, there And he said that most. Of the money is being returned Most of it. Yeah most of it most all of it has. Been returned all the money is being. Processed and, being returned, most all, of it has been returned. He said he goes I'm? Sorry deeply. Made a huge mistake you didn't make a mistake I don't I don't think anyone should accept your apology, so long, as you're acting as though it was an accident a mistake Somehow that you was an accident you made. Up a story you posted it on you typed. It online you posted the picture online. You wrote, a racist, note to, yourself on the receipt took. A picture of it uploaded? Into Facebook. And type something out about it then you contacted the media to sell your story that's not a mistake, that's fraud Khalil of fraud. And if I was the customer I'd be taken. His but to court that's me If, I was salt grass my gosh this stuff has got to stop I'm sure no one is, surprised but the thing is not only did. He make it up all of the media out there rain with this and didn't even say Odessa. American ran with us didn't say anything until salt grass, reached out to, the customer And shame on sawgrass, where immediately coming out in virtue signal and. They should have said well we're looking into this instead of immediately banning the customer Stupid Maybe now people will learn a lesson We have a lot more to get into CarShield is something you definitely need to check out particularly if you want to avoid. Being hit with a huge repair Bill if your car has five thousand, to one hundred and fifty thousand miles you. Don't have to pay high repair bills carshield's administrators have..

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Joshua goes the distance before beating Parker in world heavyweight clash

Science Fantastic Live with Dr. Michio Kaku

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Joshua goes the distance before beating Parker in world heavyweight clash

"To schedule an inspection and get fifteen percent off baylor university paid former football coach art brawls more than fifteen million dollars after firing him in two thousand sixteen in the wake of sexual assault scandal that included allegations against former players that according to newly released tax documents baylor also gave former university president ken starr more than four and a half million after he resigned that same year this after a report that found that the nation's largest baptist university.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Was uh bub working in marshall texas came hd radio and we carried college basketball yeah east texas baptist university and wily college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game and i've got it on cassette somewhere right i actually had to do play by play for cop i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental and flowing the adrenalin the flows in eu is as great as if you can you've dabbling stand up comedies mmhmm you've done the same thing if people start sharing the adrenaline rush was unbelievable believe being a play by play announcer yeah i probably socked yeah you know but but it's still the adrenaline rush you have and the excitement of a basketball game and i just had just once i did in and i'm probably was terrible uh i didn't think i was that bad i knew the game of basketball so at wasn't really tough i i knew the lingo and you know and and and what to say and and all that but um i've got it somewhere i gotta find it someday go play it for you at a gals it was incredible listening to brian today as they got to the buzzer and uh bane one of the players were tcu hits at three just i mean ah barely on they had to review it to make sure it was off of his fingertips and time it was between zero seconds and point one eight was it that's what they got i've medicine but it was incredible hearing the girl who's great i've got a great show a ahead all right we got an average show had you just heard the best of it but if you want to stick around.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And and so um uh i as much as i love foot ball and and people know my love for football the the sport that really that i watch i love hockey but basketball really has always been my first true love and it's really sir disappointed that i can watch ian i just look at the mbna don't care don't i can i can watch it on tv 'cause i can during the south that uh you know in fact i was watching today i was watching a tcu and kansas state i was watching on espn 2 but listening to it on uh the sister station of our flagship i was listening to it on kayla iaaf because brian estrogen for an ominous it great he calls games for tcu what football and basketball and he's exceptional i mean he's just incredibly talented at that i'm most wondering how he keeps his brain going so fast how people that do that especially in radio the descript as we talked about our friend jeff williams who calls tcm baseball and they're they're very good at it and and and brian is outstanding to listen to so i had that sound on and had the you know the the tv on until uh halftime i turned it up and then i was kind of going back and forth because i was listening to some of the you know if they took a timeout i was listening to some of the commentary on tv and and i went back and forth and again just hearing the sounds you know the game you could hear still hear the sounds of the game now and that's what i loved juno that i think it was 1985 uh i was uh working in marshall texas came hd radio and we carried college basketball uh east texas baptist university and widely college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game i've got it on cassette somewhere right i actually had to do play by play for a co i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental and flowing the adrenalin the flows in eu is as great as if you've been you've devil and stand up comedies moon you've done the.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The and and so um uh i as much as i love football and and people know my love for football the the sport that really that i watch i love hockey but basketball really has always been my first true love and it's really sir disappointed that i can watch ian i just look at the mbna don't care don't i can i can watch it on tv 'cause i can turn south that uh you know in fact i was watching today i was watching a tcu and kansas state i was watching on espn 2 but listening to it on uh the sister station of our flagship i was listening to it on kayla iaaf because brian estrogen our friend on with us a great he calls games for tcu but football and basketball and he's exceptional i mean he's just incredibly talented at that i'm most wondering how he keeps his brain going so fast how people that do that especially in radio the descript as we talked about our friend jeff williams who calls teaching baseball and they're they're very good at it and and and brian his outstanding to listen to so i had that sound on an had the you know the the tv on until uh halftime i turned it up and then i was kind of going back and forth because i was listening to some of the game if they took a time out i was listening to some of the commentary on tv and and i went back and forth dan again just hearing the sounds you know the game you could hear still hear the sounds of the game now and that's what i love general that i think was 1985 uh i was uh working in marshall texas in came hd radio and we carried college basketball uh east texas baptist university and widely college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game and i've got it on cassette somewhere right i actually had to do play by play for a co i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental in flowing the adrenalin the flows in eu is as great as if you get an you've devil and stand up comedies mmhmm you've done the.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I think it was 1985 uh as well but working in marshall texas and came hd radio and we carried college basketball yeah east texas baptist university and widely college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game and i've got it on cassette somewhere right i actually had to do play by play for a co i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental and flowing the adrenalin the flows in eu is as great as if you've gained you've devil and stand up comedies moon you've done the same thing if people start sharing the adrenaline rush was unbelievable believe being a play by play announcer yeah i probably socked yet you know but but it's still the adrenaline rush you have and the excitement of a basketball game and like i said just once i did in ones and and probably was terrible uh i didn't think i was that bad atta i knew the game of basketball so it wasn't really tough i i knew the lingo and you know and and and what to say in and all that but um i've got it somewhere i gotta find it someday yeah play it for you a yeah it was incredible listening to brian uh today as they got to the buzzer and uh bane one of the players were tcu hits at three judd i mean ah barely on they had to review it to make sure it was off of his fingertips and time it was between zero seconds and point one eight was it that's what they get i've met him but it was incredible hearing the goal is great i've got a great show a ahead all right we got an average show have you just heard the best of it but if.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I love football and and people know my love for football the the sport that really that i watch i love hockey but basketball really has always been my first true love and it's really so disappointing that i can watch ian i just look at the mbn ago don't care don't i can i can watch it on tv because i can during the there uh you know in fact i was watching today i was watching a tcu and kansas state i was watching on espn 2 but listening to it on uh the sister station of our flagship i was listening to it on kayla iaaf because brian estrogen our friend on lissette great he calls games for tcu see football and basketball and he's exceptional i mean he's just incredibly talented at that i'm most wondering how he keeps his brain going so fast how people that do that especially in radio the descript as we talked about our friend jeff williams who calls teaching baseball and they're they're very good at it and and and brian is outstanding to listen to so i had that sound on and had the you know the the tv on until uh halftime i turned it up and then i was kind of going back and forth because i was listening to some of the you know if they took a timeout i was listening to some of the commentary on tv and i went back and forth dan again just hearing the sounds you know the game you could hear still hear the sounds of the game now and that's what i loved you know that i think it was 1985 uh i was well working in marshall texas came hd radio and we carried college basketball uh east texas baptist university and wily college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game i've got it on cassette somewhere i actually had to do play by play for fourcaud i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental in flowing the adrenalin the.

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"baptist university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And we carried judge basketball yeah east texas baptist university and widely college and they would play every year and for some reason the guy who did the games got sick so i had to do one college basketball game i've got an on cassette somewhere right i actually had to do play by play for co i'd never done any play by play in my life i'm telling you that you wanted rental in flowing the adrenalin the flows in eu is as great as if you can you've dabbled and stand up comedies mmhmm you'd go the same thing if people start sharing the adrenaline rush was unbelievable believe being a play by play announcer yeah i probably socked yet in all but but it's still the adrenaline rush you have and the excitement of a basketball game and like i said just once i did and ones in ah and probably was terrible uh i didn't think i was that bad i knew the game of basketball so it wasn't really tough i i knew the lingo and you know and and and what to say in and all that but um i've got it somewhere i gotta find it someday yeah play it for you uh yes it was incredible listening to brian uh today as they got to the buzzer and uh bane one of the players were piece you hits at three justin i'm mean barely on they had to review it to make sure it was off of his fingertips and time it was between zero seconds and point one eight was it that's what they had i met him but it was incredible hearing that all is great i've got a great show ahead all right we got an average joe had you just heard the best of it but if you want to stick around fine eight six six ninety red eye andrew putting board your goals eight six six ninety red are on red eye radio.

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"baptist university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Folks as the air metaxas show i'm talking to nancy pierce c she is a professor of apologetic and a scholar in residence at houston baptist university she's also a fellow at the discovery institute center for science and culture she's authored many important books the latest of which i'm holding in my hand love thy body nancy let me to say which i haven't said congratulations on this book this this is so important and i just feel that it's interesting to me that women i mentioned mary ever stat and i mention gabrielle kuby an in a number of others are leading the way in talking about this in funny ways this is a women's issue in the in the sense that women have been sold a bill of goods about this sexual freedom and there the another with the women's march it's all about reproductive rights and sexual freedom and the irony of course is that women have paid the greatest price they've been lied to they've been told you must feel this way by the way if you had an abortion it's a great thing doesn't matter that it rip your heart out and your miserable you're wrong you should celebrate it we're we're being told many many many things and i think many women are quietly um turning this corner and seeing that something is wrong with the picture that we have been told it is is true and that to me is that is the heart of the message in your book love the love thy body yeah i have uh a lot of quotes especially from students who are disappointed with a hook up culture in in my book on my body i have a lot of students thing things like um one student said the hookups hook up their very scripted you have to turn off everything except your body you have to become emotionally involved level the idea that somehow you can relate strictly on the level of of you physical body another student said um sex really should stem from emotional intimacy bought it through the opposite direction for us now or another student said it's body first personality second it.

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"baptist university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from npr news i'm michelle martin we don't you turn out a politics especially to that closely watched special election in alabama on tuesday were voters will decide whether republican roy moore or democrat doug jones will fill the us senate vacancy moore of course has been accused of sexual misconduct involving minors and the polls show the race is unusually close for alabama for donald trump was the overwhelming favorite in two thousand sixteen presidential race and as the race has gotten more competitive president trump has doubled down on his endorsement for more and the republican national committee having pulled its support for more after the allegations first surfaced decided to get back in and all this is causing something of a crisis of conscience strategy and maybe even identity for conservative republicans who been debating deep questions of morality alongside questions of what more means to the republican brand today for example richard shelby the senior republican senator from alabama told cnn that he could not vote for more with it got to the 14yearold old story that was enough for me i said aki vote for roy more this has been playing out with particular force in the pages of conservative opinion journals so we called been damaged to hear more about that he is the cofounder of the conservative site the federalist and he's with us down our studios here in washington dc ben thanks so much for coming great to be with you the federalist recently published a piece that got a lot of attention the author and associate professor of baptist university in alabama made the argument four more i mean and one of his arguments was that at the time that more was in his thirties it wasn't that unusual to pursue women who were much younger for all kinds of reasons that you could argue with our debate apparently that piece got a lot of criticism and you push back heart saying you know people have a right to hear these arguments could you just described for us what you think that debate was about so i believe it's important to feature ideas like that because i want to understand them i if if roy more is polling at a couple of points ahead or tied with doug jones in alabama i want to understand the mindset of the people in that.

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"baptist university" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"School district and they told me how have so many people were calling in and asking if those people who were at were at one at the shelter which is and what you know high school needed anything supplies was he's cheered lacklustre so surprised how the can he was coming together and just lending in hand and being able to at via this some beautiful things going on by beautiful people out not a fan i love that one beautiful thing not abac sort of the beautiful thing but we'll get to that in a second you haze remember the video that went viral a few days ago about the two guys at a laker game that was actually in ontario is a preseason game and a female walked up to them and threw her soda on them guys ma'am yes well we found out who they were yet people did some digging at it turns out these two females art students at a california california at baptist university wa they had this school has released a statement regarding their behavior they said we do not content can tap condoned only here are going to be investigating the situation because of course a lot of universities and schools have the code of conduct that you have to follow such a bad representation of of the school aid embezzled down if i was a bad very bad in this you know unlike his wrong so i hope that their school really let it you can't do that that dad knew where we've when we first saw it and when we talk about on the air before i was like they need to find out who that person is made and if you felt certainly about somebody now stand of your national anthem in thought that it was wrong yes the two wrongs don't make a right you know what i'm saying you gave you that power exact to be able to go and throw you a drink or somebody so shame on you yes said there are others there jobs are actually also being called i hope so it's you guys have lawyer that they're going to be file weight they work with us now on the announcement work with us and but like i said the guys are gonna be pursuing legal action as lazio giving a shirt exactly it it's simple you do something bad you film.

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"baptist university" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"baptist university" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"The x baylor president david carlot is he had sent an email that if you now as god released to the the press in that what not and it's causing some red flags some lawyers lawyer says the former uh in term president wrote an email last year that that he gained another perspective on the whole sexual harassment that goes on in the rate that there's went on on their campus he says what of what is what was going on and to leave is this is some women have seemed willing to make themselves victim yeah unbelievable that's just i mean i only than anything the earth just the fact that a guy would say that basically saying all these girls they asked for it that's basically what he say why would somebody in that position is a president come out and say that in an email how many more black ice can that university achieve at this point bad football co she ad sex president of the university i it's like they just don't care it'll get it they don't care i would definitely not semi daughters to go there no way i will send my sons to go there he added yet point that to that one of the teaching at baylor and it just seems like it's so rabid they're like i don't know see other schools having this big of an issue seems like a systematic issue seem that are browse hat assist malik problem there i mean the whole comment that came out remember when our priorities when a young lady claimed that she was sexually assaulted by some players and he said why she hang with those guys they're bad die as a right guy said he recruited yeah so you're knowingly bringing bad dudes on campus and letting him stay in play football that's even worse that's worse that's worse because he's like you know what i want to win at all cost i could bring some criminals here they are going to admit they're going to wreak havoc on this campus a religious university where there the the biggest the baptist university and drink soda is that these baptist warm yeah unbeliever and don't even care only noname care little bit unbelieva eight it's it's stunning to me what happened at baylor and.

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