16 Burst results for "Barbara Brandon"

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

06:55 min | 9 months ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Took her back. Thank you sponsor. So here's where we arrive at. In of Jackie Ormes is life even though she has such a long and prolific career when it came to her art in her comex died in December of nineteen eighty. Five and there was an article in the Chicago Tribune. Where Jackie sister said Jackie's philosophy of life was. Don't wait for someone to encourage you to do things. If he wants to do it then do it. She was that way since she was little and doing sculpting painting writing drawing whatever so even her sister attests to just how deeply she was immersed in her arts and in two thousand eighteen she was inducted into the Will Eisner Comics Hall of fame and just as we spoke about earlier just circling back around to this. After speaking about her work that the industry was still pretty much off limits to black women and from nineteen eighty nine to two thousand and five there was like one nationally syndicated. Black Woman newspaper cartoonist. Who Was Barbara Brandon Croft? So it was definitely at area where the wheels turning slowly and even though Jackie at the time didn't get a lot of shine even though her comics decently red she's still didn't get a ton of recognition and over the years people have mentioned how they've been inspired by our work. People like Barbara Brandon. Croft have talked about how their work was influenced by. Jackie Ormes is work and just the recognition that she deserves now that we do have more information on her or that she has come back into the public. Light is still wasn't a field. Where a lot of black women were working and even though there were white women and black men working in the field And it's again. This is one of those things where I am so thrilled. You brought this to to our attention. Because I had never heard of her but I'm also angry that it took this long because I loved it I really was reading your work and just loved And I I think in something like comics comic strips it's easy to dismiss them as sort of frivolous or not that serious because that's kind of inherent in their nature but she was making powerful statements right in her work and we can still see that. Continue to this day when you think of something like political cartoons but we definitely shouldn't dismiss the power of what she was doing right. It's just like having being able to read these comics in the newspaper. Even though it's in a lighthearted format messages that are actually serious. But also you get to laugh at In context of the things actually happening and also seeing and knowing that it is a black woman who's creating them it provides. Some sort of you know realness also lightness within the dark. You know and also calling out what that darkness is and I just I really appreciate knowing about her work now because even though that was created for that context that are there. I think a lot of us can agree that there are a lot of things that are still the same even if they are operating in a different way or laying. That Jackie Ormes was talking about in her comics. Yeah absolutely and I do think it is palatable to present it in that way to present things that perhaps people don't want to think about or talk about to put it in something that is maybe on the surface lighthearted or is funny but also very serious. I know for me during all of this. Drama's out shall we say were going through. It's easiest for me to consume the news through comedy So I just see so much value in in things like this and in the the I think as a power to facilitate conversations in a way that a lot of other things. CaN'T I agree. I meant to ask because anybody here artist. I have so much respect like I cannot draw at all and when I see people that can I just so much. Respect is not my strong suit at all right me either Actually I'm really bad at it. I think any unify practice a little bit when we played the House party game. Yeah and it's is best..

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Her back. Thank you sponsor. So where we arrive at in of Jackie Ormes is life even though she has such a long and prolific career when it came to her art in her, Comex died in December of nineteen, eighty five. And there was an article in the Chicago Tribune where Jackie sister said. Jackie's philosophy of life was. Don't wait for someone to encourage you to do things. If he wants to do it, then do it. She was that way since she was little and doing sculpting painting writing drawing whatever so even her sister attests, who just how deeply she was immersed in her arts, and in two thousand eighteen, she was inducted into the Will Eisner Comics Hall of fame. And just as we spoke about earlier, just circling back around to this after speaking about her work that the industry was still pretty much off limits to black women. And from nineteen, eighty, nine to two, thousand and five, there was like one nationally syndicated black woman newspaper cartoonist who was Barbara, Brandon Croft, so it was definitely at area where the wheels turning slowly, and even though Jackie at the time didn't get a lot of shine, even though her. Comics decently read. She's still didn't get a ton of recognition and over the years have. Mentioned how they've been inspired by our work. People like Barbara. Brandon Croft have talked about how their work was influenced by Jackie. Ormes is work and just the recognition that she deserves now that we do have. More information on her or that she has come back into. The public light is still wasn't a field where a lot of black women were working, and even though there were white women and black men working in the field. And it's. Again. This is one of those things where I am so thrilled. You brought this to to our attention because I had never heard of her, but I'm also angry that it took this long because I loved it I really was reading your work and just. Loved..

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And this is my doctor's log go subscribe and radio dot com and wherever you get your podcasts this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to keep us safe in ours thank you yeah you guys are awesome we're sending all our love gratitude and hope your way if you'd like to think America's frontline essential workers everyone knows the hero dot com recommends LSE animalistic thirty thirty fifty states that identifies himself as part of our family of companies are separate legal entities on governance and management structures your full color coverage of the NFL draft tomorrow night at seven and Friday ninety seven with Barbara Brandon Tierney with our special focus on the giants and jets my predecessor will also bring you expanded coverage beginning at six both nights and coming up tonight through special programs at seven PM we'll bring you Jersey for Jersey a one hour fundraiser to benefit the New Jersey pandemic will fund followed by a week broadcast of Thomson Reuters nineteen strikeout performance on this day fifty years ago April twenty second nineteen seventy it's all from your flagship station for New York sports we listen to what's on your smart speaker mobile device or computer four twenty oh one oh one nine FM sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York dot com sports station stay connected good afternoon at one o'clock this is rich accurate like everything else that has been postponed the baseball hall of fame has a decision to make on this summer's festivities Derek Jeter and the rest of the class of twenty twenty may have to wait a year ago and jointly with next summer's class the final decision will come next week it's been three years since Percy Harvin last play in the NFL the former Jeff told ESPN the fact that he's ready to return to his body is feeling good these better mentally will be thirty two next month also yes we are reporting that Sean Payton has told the saints there will be no offseason program virtual or otherwise stay tuned tonight at seven on the fan for Jersey for Jersey raising funds for pandemic relief the broadcast will feature such legends as Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi among others then we take a look back fifty years ago.

"barbara brandon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To that online dot net for the latest props lines and on told with dot net global hardware folks at least we always have been and always will be committed to our local communities because we're here to help others so in this time of need your local place remains open and since we're in your neighborhood we can deliver almost anything you need shop in store online for the home or your products you're looking for choose from top brands like steel ego Toro and Scott then you can pick up in store curbside delivery order right to your door help is just around the block C. H. R. dot com for details get your full color coverage of the NFL draft tomorrow night at seven and Friday ninety seven with Barbara Brandon Tierney with our special focus on the giants and jets my predecessor will also bring you expanded coverage beginning at six both nights and coming up tonight it's true special programs at seven PM we'll bring you a Jersey for Jersey a one hour fundraiser to benefit the New Jersey pandemic response followed by a wee broadcast of Thomson Reuters nineteen strikeout performance on this day fifty years ago April twenty second nineteen seventy it's all from your flagship station for New York sports we listen to what's on your smart speaker mobile device or computer twenty oh one oh one nine FM sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York all radio dot com sports station stay connected good morning at one oh two on Bob you slur Tom Brady has already said goodbye to his longtime NFL home in New England now Brady getting ready to.

"barbara brandon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:18 min | 11 months ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Line you're on the air yes good morning art thank you for taking my call you're very welcome George from queens listen to on WABC yes Sir I have the question or I like to pass the notion by you regarding some of these genetic engineering studies are being done or work that's being done yes you've expressed on the air your concerns about genetically engineered the pics that are currently being raise where they're trying to create human heart transplants remember that yes very well mmhm they're trying to render the pics more acceptable for the transplant situation so that they're not as Harley retractable I understand and into including so they make some human human genetic properties you know I'm not a geneticist but I know they are met by putting some human genetics our properties into the pig's DNA yes and basically they're trying to re render these hearts are more acceptable all I get the idea yes okay now the the down the there's a lot of enthusiasm and hope that they're trying to provide hearts for humankind that people have problem hearts horse but on the down side and I guess we all recognize or most of us recognize that there's a problem specially with the concerned about virus jumping from one species to another that'd be one yes now I have I wanna issue of pesticide delivered I don't know if anyone's ever mentioned or talked about it but do you remember back in the sixties the the ground breakers for human heart transplants such as Christian Bernard Taurus yes and I do remember what they were using in the beginning yes for their heart transplants well the machine you're talking about the machine right now no I'm talking about hold that early bird are transplant no one wants remember baboons that's right began around what are the closest to us you remember now I do so all I see I know exactly where I'm at yes I do now I was wonder if anyone there was there's a lot of the aide said try to figure out if that was the that could have been a potential damage where aids may of jump jump the you're damn right it sure could have been really good thinking Sir really really really good thinking I wish you know remember when you had that microbiologists on two weeks ago I would've been a hell of a question New York University where were you then are you trying to get on it was hard all right well we'll we'll do it again and you can be darn sure I will ask that question of my my answer would be I bet I bet a lot of money you're right I wonder if that really was the ground basis for the species trumping of that of the aids virus really good points thank you very much very very very good thinking could be could easily be and would we be told probably not sure that's in the realm of possibility isn't it yeah that's one of the things that concerns me I am not against medical advances god knows would be great to get a heart that would keep you alive my only concern is that it would be be a picnic PicsArt I suppose or whatever but are we taking the proper precautions as we jump in experiment trying to figure out how we can do this we're getting close you know I'm sure we'll do it I just hope we don't have a major hoops in the process of doing it east of the Rockies you are on the air good morning hello hello yes good morning high art hi by Richard from la one nine zero P. J. B. K. yes Sir way on up the hill wonderfully great information for your viewers can yourself and I'll I've listeners TV people have viewers listeners yeah yeah right R. O. B. can troll yes I've spoken in email William Thomas several times he's a great man yes he is and hopefully you for feeling right now I gotta get up early for work out for okay so what are your comments when I come in first of all who's behind these kind of things I'm with an organization by the way I wish not to give my organization but we all really all sorts of stuff from goes wait wait are you connected to a government organization it's funded by the government no a private organization it's funded all privately yes it is and we research the paranormal phenomenon like does she wear full phone number ma'am okay all right okay for two years now I've been watching this guy's taking pictures and videotaping with five excellent quickness and so far this is what we came up with who's kind of behind this whole thing who runs it who knows about it while we can agree the president knows NASA different government agencies the FAA and NORAD they're definitely tracking at NASA and NOAA tracking satellite phone okay that all right let me stop you right there yeah here's the here's the problem that I have you've just named off a lot of agencies nine forget the president for second all those agencies you named off oh god there's a lot of civil servants there's so many civil servants want to know why they're doing it R. J. it's just that I have doubts that such a secret could be successfully capped by that many people I I just well it's because back in the mid eighties what happened was they knew that the ozone layer was a deep thought the depletion of it was just going down and down getting bigger and radiation was attacking her and more people are getting skin cancer we've looked into it well that's all true and what's happened here is they had a bunch of fine too since the mid eighties but they did okay aluminum is like a can conductor for those and let's fix it up now eight ounces all is is all conjecture on your part or whatever it is to have to back up which sank well we have the evidence we have live reports from the animal we here in Canada stating that in a small town called Espanola which I have bills report through the freedom of information yes that they are definitely sprains and the the chemicals of filament powder is shown with other fundraisers and more okay all right have you given this information to William Thomas yes by center room from stuff and like I told you earlier when he gets on the air all ask about how about that okay I'd like to also mention that I believe that the government I'm doing at the military that they're using other stuff chemicals white guy what you're talking about what people are talking about the kitchen is that they're getting a I haven't ruled out okay thank you I haven't ruled out the possibility that this rash or whatever it is might not be related deaths you know within a giant realm of possibilities but you can imagine it's it's possible that it's one affect but we can't say that for you know there's just not enough we can say for sure and about the only person I know who can is William Thomas he does know certain things for sure and there aren't too many people that I know of that you can talk to about chemtrails who knows very much at all for sure William Thomas is one of those guys so that's the best we can do tonight pretty good west of the Rockies you're on the air hello good evening are good evening how are you this evening spiffy busy I'd like imagine self this call in regards to the speaker you had on the little while ago about creation we're not user was spiffy which is to mean better than good ceiling excellent feeling groovy that works for me okay okay is that a couple more quick comment you had questioned the the available area inside the arc for the number of of kind of animals to be brought in nostril breathers yeah but also operators as now that scripture tells the Bible the Bible tells us that the arcs proximally give now there's there's different versions of the length of the queue but but it averages averaging about to come up with about four hundred fifty feet long seven five feet wide about forty five feet high right we're also told it was to have three decks that this would be just a just a little bit under a hundred thousand square feet of floor space for about one point four million cubic feet of internal volume okay if that's the equivalent of of more than five hundred railroad box cars okay just give me a mental picture of of the of the available volume in there okay but then he went to the gym called about the but the proof that he had found those in the mail on the email it email okay I'm sorry before you jump there I thought doctor Ken Holman who was on last night sort of got most tripped up by somebody who can listen by computer you know and how could he have shoveled all that poop you know it just nor could eight thousand it seems to me pairs even babies in there well coexist that would that would be awesome if the one point four million cubic feet would be more than enough to house two of every kind animal on earth today again was for example one would not take a full grown elephant but not in a in an environment where they'd survive well given that there was an enormous amount of of special work going on by god courting to according to scripture with the the world the well being destroyed by flood right why could not god have put these animals into some kind of a status during the duration of the flood which the Bible has lasted about a year okay while you're young look you're a believer and I'm not gonna argue with you I it could do to help it to be once you get to that point where you're saying god could have done this or done that yeah I mean god could have done anything right because he's god so we could have done anything but you know for just discussing Old Testament here and what was said it just doesn't it just it just doesn't add up first time caller line you're on the air hello yeah hello he Barbara Brandon Hey doing okay just a quick comment on last night's show yesterday I thought the document a very revealing statement when he said if it wasn't a god we'd be traveling through space at sixty thousand miles an hour of the second with no one in control and I think that's the feeling in the sense that people people need something to feel that there is more to their lives and what they see in front of them and well my comment to him and I was playing devil's advocate a little bit last night proportionally surf words I guess and I and I said to you all right well isn't that what we've got pretty much I mean we're hurtling through space at that four mentioned speed and it's pretty chaotic here here yeah I just I just think it's you know people need to put some people just need to believe in something other than what they see right in front of the line know that and it's in for that religion is a great thing yes I just wanted to know if I. visitation for quite a few years and it's the best thing on TV and radio thank you thanks a lot take care bye I would never argue with anybody's faith you know never never never it's foolish because people believe what they believe and.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Ten days give me your overview what you watch last night. no I actually thought that you know it's it's further proof that the NFL season starts after week three I think that both teams look even though it was a short week in other words penalties and obviously you don't want anybody go down in the timing on the stretcher that both players appear to be a fine today but I thought actually the game was really well played for especially considering it was a short week the that was the best Packers offices booked all season obviously the eagles defensive backfield has been completed and it's not very good we've talked about this technology and I mean they cannot cover even when they had the great Sidney rice out there are city Jones the Medicare cover anybody yet so I think that was clear and I I just thought it was a really good game I mean this call was going to be kind of these these guys that you know they want to be involved in the game but I thought it was a really well played execution I thought that was at a higher level I'm hopeful pull that week for is going to continue that way because I think people have gotten the preseason other system right now you know quarterbacks as well as anybody might how improbable is it for the eagles to keep Rogers out of the end zone when he's on the doorstep two different times well I mean look great they were three for seven in the red zone I mean ever gather seven times and pull the keyboard three touchdowns you can't win football games like that they were one for three goal the goal situation I mean what the Packers violated one of the biggest crimes all footballers you have to understand that goal line any throw towards that goal line has to be low it has to be low they can only be low because if you throw the ball from the waist up there's a percentage of getting a tip hi rose to the back line have to be high at any pro in between has to be a little bit like when once threw the ball at Goddard it has to be separation with wide open if you try to throw the ball on uneven platform in the middle of the end zone is going to be a chance it gets now with the eagles wrap or a lot of what we call cut the defense place where they separated the center they have this wide open guy coming across the middle that's perfectly fine however but would you want to run a play like that a pick played your. from the ball up the field not behind the line you get what you deserve and they got what they deserved that to me is a fatal flaw that's football one oh one when you throw the ball high in the in the goal line right now my next question it is a two parter Mike part number one do you know what pass interferences and part number two do you like didn't do away they review it and you could challenge if your coach what do you think of that I've never none of us will know what there's two things we won't know what are like Khan who shot JFK and what pastor Terence that we're never going to go vote. all right and that to me the challengers of the dumbest thing I think the talent don't office to pass you're going to get that right but I don't know where the yardage so what does counts that that's a great count but when you challenge pastor clearance and less it's really obvious like it was in the same Transkei's you're not getting a call like to me after three weeks I'm not counted anymore I don't care what the players tell me to do I'm not challenging it's going to cost me a time out there and and that's really what especially in the second half I mean maybe in the first half on a lark. and your parents like that's not gonna turn the outcome of the game it's gotta be Rece matches reward I think part of the problem is the coaches don't know what the challenge it's other towns and everything I think that's got to change absolutely now I'm really kept it the eagles won the game one of the ways they won that game last night right was old school football running the ball down the throat of the opponent do you think this will register with Doug Peterson and he'll use these two guys he's got that form a very formidable tandem in the running game. running games Angelo all reflection of how the defense wants to play last night Patton wanted to play a nickel front and he got into a nickel for and they were able to hold the ball against it you know what that would have been able to practice based defense on the field and force them to throw it it would have been a different game but I think beagles won that game not because they ran the football eagles won that game because they were for for for the right song the eagles won that game because when they got down there they made account and you know it in it just proves the point that you can gain all the yard you wanted click ball if you don't deliver in the red zone you can't wait I don't understand how the NFL has a marketer to read so it should have been the bud light red zone I'm because people could walk around today at six oh thank god we want to but white stone because that's really what the game comes down to that your twenty yard line it is the essence of football the Packers blew it with their decisions that they may down there they turned the ball over on downs and then they get intercepted an eagles just for proficient for for for all right Mike of all the brilliant coverage you've already made the most memorable to me because we would love to have another parade here is the fact that currently our defense cannot cover the forward pass bite route Mike is no it's a hundred percent sure Mike if you were running the eagles what would you do. what thank you it's it's a two fold problem as well first of all the system of defense that they run has to rely on the defensive front and usually Jackson and you lose Jernigan your loss to guys of your account only give you help to Fletcher **** Fletcher **** looks exhausted out there yeah I mean he looks exhausted in each client hurt you know they've got to get more from the gotta get more from Betty Currie they've got to get more from the defense of why they can act Jaylen Ramsey and trade away a bunch of pics and signed him to an extension but unless the defense and less you're in less you can get them to throw the ball quicker it's still going to be they're going to find somebody on your second at it you can go after and I think that that's really the issue the issue with the eagles as their team is built to win with the defense are front and if the defense are front doesn't dominate the game they can't dominate the back and I said that back when they wanted seventeen I mean remember that Superbowl seventeen the pictures with the ball down the field on me things that could act on them teams that could protect could move the ball on the eagles secondary hat they have one player back there that's really a good player and that's and that's not to drink it other than that there is a liability and every other position and people take advantage of Darby pee in her doesn't really matter because the people are going to go after dark yeah you know so it it really relies on the front the front has to win yeah you imagine a defensive line might when you saw the strip of Rogers last night right this time it was Barnett that strip and Barbara Brandon Graham who got the recovery did that one of the greatest recoveries of all time nobody to talk about it on TV I mean that was yeah as well because your recovery as you're ever going to see the Graham recovery last night yeah really wow I don't know they remind you of the Superbowl though because it was really very similar to that was it well I mean they ran a protection that they put their tight end on Burnett we split the line completely away from Burnett they brought the tide in fact did a horrible job of protected rockers thought he was protected over there on that side he'd never really thought about anybody coming to. Bob arum on that side because he felt like you the protection scheme allowed him to better benefit and yet the required didn't execute the protection scheme in the Superbowl Brady should've thrown the ball the white jeans white on the swing route that's where the play was held the ball a little too long to get rock on the out on the what they call the auto route and in New England and because he held at that extra ten to the second grand be tracked Mason and Saddam once I one last one Mike in this is kind of the inner workings of the trade world in the NFL you're right that we really would like to have Jaylen Ramsey right did the price paid him go up for the eagles after watching last night's game I mean if you every MC a you see that the eagles have no one who can cover the pass are you going to ask even more. well I mean I think that they don't really want to trade Ramsey I think that the women I talked about this on my pockets that you can shop for you that they already to make this decision because Jackson those kind of in a bad culture plays with her tea they haven't done a good job drafting the letter for net averages under three three yards a carry the fourth pick in the draft you know they took him over my home state picked him over to show watch it because they had Blake Bortles can you imagine this right so they did that and so they only have very few really good players in the ones that they have to leave a sign to me Jackson played really well for them two years ago you can play well last year now he's hurt this year so the owner needs to decide do I keep my really good choir what do I let him go in trade for more assets and then if I get more assets forum if I just study these grass I have really hit on anybody yeah so I think that's the question mark you got a chance to look the price retailer ranch is going to be high no matter what it is and and the eagles desperation could set and you know spring she has a great line of one of the songs I can't tell my character my desperation I think the eagles are more desperate now in terms of secondary help in the artery as a fan I know I am GM shuffle is the podcast return geniuses the park Mike the also.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Dot com Mister Michael body hi Mike good morning as well you hold on there you are completely positive I could I could only imagine the commentary as you were watching them one ninety one yards down the field. percent right right before I do that though I mean this that we love football because the games like last night but it was all sell for a connoisseur of the game like you pretty alarming at all the flags an older the could not the the injuries and things give me your overview what you watch last night. no I actually thought that you know it's it's further proof that the NFL season starts after week three I think that both teams look even though it was a short week another was penalties and obviously you don't want anybody go down in the timing on the stretcher and that both players appear to be a fine today but I thought actually the game was really well played for especially considering it was a short week the that was the best practice officers looked all season obviously the eagles defensive backfield has been completed and it's not very good we've talked about this technology and I mean they cannot cover even when they have the great Sidney rice out there or city Jones the Medicare cover anybody yet so I think that was clear and I I just thought it was a really good game I mean this call was going to be kind of these these guys that you know they want to be involved in the game but I thought it was a really well played execution I thought that was at a higher level I'm hopeful that week for is going to continue that way because I think people have gotten the preseason other system right now you now quarterbacks as well as anybody might how improbable is it for the eagles to keep Rogers out of the end zone when he's on the doorstep two different times well I mean look great they were three for seven in the red zone I mean never gather seven times and pull the keyboard three touchdowns you can't win football games like that they were one for three gold gold situation I mean what the Packers violated one of the biggest crimes all footballers you have to understand that goal line any throw towards that goal line has to be low it has to be low they can only be low because if you throw the ball from the waist up there's a percentage of getting a tip hi rose to the back line after the high at any pro in between has to be a little bit like when went through the ball the Goddard it has to be separation with wide open if you try to throw the ball on uneven platform in the middle of the ends on there's going to be a chance to get strip now with the eagles wrap or a lot of what we call cut the defense place where they separated the center they have this wide open guy coming across the middle that's perfectly fine however but would you want to run a play like that a pick played your. throwing the ball up the field not behind the line you get what you deserve and they got what they deserved that to me is a fatal flaw that's football one no one would you throw the ball high in the in the goal line right now my next question it is a two parter my part number one do you know what pass interferences and part number two do you like didn't do away they review it and you could challenge it if your coach what do you think of that I'd never none of us will know what there's two things we won't know what our lifetime who shot JFK and what pastor appearance. we're never going to go vote. and to me the challengers of the dumbest thing I think the talent don't office to pass it you're going to get that right but I don't know where the yardage so what don't count stack that's great count but when you challenge pastor. unless it's really obvious like it was in the same Transkei's you're not getting a call like to me after three weeks I'm not counted anymore I don't care what the players tell me to do I'm not challenging it's going to cost me a time out and and that's really what especially in the second half I mean maybe in the first half on a large gate people are challenging ten yards. like that's not going to turn the outcome of the game it's gotta be Rece matches reward I think part of the problem is the coaches don't know what the challenge it's other towns and everything I think that's got to change absolutely now I'm really care that the eagles won the game one of the ways they won that game last night right was old school football running the ball down the throat of the opponent do you think this will register with Doug Peterson and he'll use these two guys he's got that form a very formidable tandem in the running game. running games Angelo all reflection of how the defense wants to play last night Patton wanted to play a nickel front and he got into a nickel for and they were able to hold the ball against it you know what that would have been if they were to practice based defense on the field and force them to throw it it would have been a different game but I think beagles won that game not because they ran the football eagles won that game because they were for for the right song the eagles won that game because when they got down there they made account and you know it in it just proves the point that you can gain all the yards you wanted click ball if you don't deliver in the red zone you can't wait I don't understand how the NFL has marketed the red so it should have been the bud light red zone I'm because people could walk around today six oh thank god we want to but white stone because that's really what the game comes down to that your twenty yard line it is the essence of football the Packers Lewis with their decisions that they made down there they turned the ball over on downs and then they get intercepted an illegal search for perfection for for for all right Mike of all the brilliant coverage you've already made the most memorable to me because we would love to have another parade here is the fact that currently our defense cannot cover the forward pass our. right route Mike is no it's a hundred percent sure Mike if you were running the eagles what would you do. what thank you it's it's a two fold problem as well first of all the system of defense that they run has to rely on the defense are front and usually Jackson and you lose Jernigan you're lost you guys if you were counting on to give you help to Fletcher **** Fletcher **** looks exhausted out there yeah I mean he looks exhausted in each plan hurt you know they've got to get more from the gotta get more from Betty Currie they've got to get more from the defense of why they can add Jaylen Ramsey and trade away a bunch of pics and signed into an extension but unless the defense and less you're in less you can get them to throw the ball quicker it's still going to be they're going to find somebody on your second at it you can go after and I think that that's really the issue the issue with the eagles as their team is built to win with the defense are front and if the defense are front doesn't dominate the game they can't dominate the back as I've said that back when they wanted seventeen I mean remember that Superbowl seventeen the pictures with the ball down the field on me things that could affect on the teams that could protect could move the ball on this eagle secondary hat they have one player back there that's really a good player and that's and that's not cool jackets other than that there is a liability and every other position and people take advantage of Darby and her doesn't really matter because the people are going to go after dark yeah you know so it it really relies on the front the front has to win yeah you imagine a defensive line might when you saw the strip of Rogers last night right this time it was Barnett that strip and Barbara Brandon Graham who got the recovery did that one of the greatest recoveries of all time nobody to talk about it on TV I mean that was yeah as well because your recovery you're ever going to see the Graham recovery last night yeah really wow I don't know they remind you of the Superbowl though because it was really very similar to that was it. I mean they ran a protection that they put their tight in Auburn that we split the line completely away from Burnett they brought the tide in fact did a horrible job of protective rockers thought he was protected over there on that side he'd never really thought about anybody coming to bother him on that side because he felt like you the protection scheme allowed him to better benefit and yet the required didn't execute the protection scheme in the Superbowl Brady should've thrown the ball the white jeans white on the swing route that's where the play was he held the ball a little too long to get rock on the out on the what they call the auto route and in New England and because he held at that extra tenth of a second Graham B. check Mason inside him once I have one last one Mike in this is kind of the inner workings of the trade world in the NFL you're right that we really would like to have Jaylen Ramsey right did the price paid him go up for the eagles after watching last night's game I mean if you every MC a you see that the eagles have no one who can cover the pass are you going to ask even more. well I mean I think that they don't really want to trade Ramsey I think that the women I talked about this on my pockets that you have shuffled you put that they already to make this decision because Jacksonville's kind of in a bad culture plays with thirteen they haven't done a good job drafting me letter for net averages under three three yards a carry the fourth pick in the draft you know they took him over my home state picked him over to show watch it because they had Blake Bortles can you imagine this right so they did that and so they only have very few really good players of the ones that they have to leave a sign to me Jackson played really well within two years ago you can play well last year now he's hurt this year so the owner needs to decide do I keep my really good choir what do I let him go in trade for more assets and then if I get more assets forum if I just study these grass I have really hit on anybody yeah so I think that's the question mark you got a chance to look the price retailer ranch is going to be high no matter what it is that in the eagles desperation could said and you know Springsteen has a great line of one of the songs I can't tell my character my desperation I think the eagles are more desperate now in terms of secondary help and they are great as a fan I know I am GM shuffle is the podcast return genius is the park Mike the also the.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The lawn again good news is it's easy to model home an auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states or situations Charlie love cherry says he feels his foster wild cherry cherry Cola and tops it off the cherry Heine it's the cherry on Charlie makes the polar pop or foster that works for you just seventy nine cents each circle the time patients if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of next week I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my business in one place so we built the world's first cloud business system and after twenty years over sixteen thousand companies run their businesses on that sweet everything you need to keep growing is in one place financials HR commerce customer info and more net sweet gives you the visibility and control you need to make smart decisions and grow with confidence that's why companies who use netsuite grow three times faster than the S. and P. five hundred find out the rest of Evan story get your free guide titled seven key strategies to grow your profits and that's we dot com slash profit that's nets we dot com slash profit for your free guide seven key strategies to grow your profits go right now to net sweet dot com slash profit wrong this is Barbara Brandon Tierney and I are talking about bill weekdays at one on extra sports thirteen from southern California this is the Jim Rome show with guest hosts Jason and Wendy's CBS sports radio we are back on a crazy day after the craziest.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"W a male news at five I'm Barbara Brandon apology today from the medical school wherever Jimmy governor. Ralph northern attended over the photo in the in the schools nineteen Eighty-four yearbook on the governor's page promo- that prompted lawmakers to call for his resignation express, my sincere apologies, particularly to the African American communities who are most injured from the pictures of the yearbook, and those pictures which have been circulated in the press over the last few days. Dr Richard home in head of eastern Virginia medical school announcing an independent panel to investigate what home it acknowledge was a pattern the school is trying to Iran a Kate. So far governor northern has not announced any decision. One virginia. Republican state delegate is not calling for the governor to step down paying attention to work. We gotta get done. I think that the governor has his he's got he's got to have his own counsel whether or not eating so. Be the leader of the executive branch Republican delegate Chris Collins of Frederick says it's up to the Virginia. Governor to decide what to do will the president declared a national emergency tonight during state of the union in order to build a border wall. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says he doesn't know if an emergency declaration will fly in the Senate, the national emergencies that have been issued in the past have not been contentious pretty sure that this would be McConnell says it would require only a simple majority vote to pass in the Senate. But whether it gets that is another matter. I don't know why he needs clear national emergency. You got thirty seven hundred troops at the border. He's the third president to send troops to the border to reinforce it that Senator Lindsey Graham staunch Trump ally. Other Republicans who are questioning the emergency declaration includes Susan Collins of Maine, and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. You can listen to state of the union right here on wwl and wwl dot com at nine tonight. Senator Elizabeth Warren a democrat running for president twenty twenty s propose? The so-called wealth tax on the super rich has a net worth of somewhere between four point six million and nearly eleven million dollars. That's from her financial disclosures statements to the Senate filed with the Senate today released by the center for public integrity the form show. Warren was also paid three hundred thousand advance for her new book the district trying to crack down on the number of pedestrians and bicyclists being hit on D streets installing no right turn on red signs had hundreds intersex dean hint intersections in the city that it deems high pedestrian density areas. Aaa mid Atlantic, though opposing the move the district maybe putting people's lives and safety at risk because one of the benefits of a right turn on red. Is that that maneuver occurs where there's no pedestrian and the opposite crosswalk. That is triple as John Townsend checking your money, the Dow ending the day up one hundred seventy two points, NASDAQ up fifty four wwl, traffic and weather next Amazon.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm Barbara Brandon man's body was found at the bottom of an escalator at the Amtrak station in new Carrollton early today. The victim was found with his clothing caught in the teeth of the escalator, but that's not what caused his death. Amtrak confirms to WMA L this morning that surveillance video confirms the man had tried running up the down escalator reaching the top before slipping and hitting his head his identities being withheld while the next of kin or notified Amtrak shares that station with both Maryland commuter rail and metro none of those operations were impacted this morning. The escalator we shut down as the investigation continues. John Matthews on WFAN WFAN dot com. Sentencing today for President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI is questions continue about the FBI interview. With Flynn one of the FBI agents who conducted that interview with Peter Struck who was later fired for his anti Trump tweets special counsel. Robert Muller has released a heavily redacted memo. No on the interview DC will likely be joining Maryland in passing a red flag law later today the law would allow police to take away legal firearms. If a court determines that the owner is a significant danger to others, really no downside because if the court decides that this person is not a risk then they can keep their weapon. But if they are in their weapon will be removed for ten days. They do who introduced the legislation says that she hasn't gotten any pushback from second amendment advocates and expects the measure to pass unlike mineral in DC's law would also give immunity to any illegal guns found during a red flag. Order a provision opposed by DC police chief and mayor window on WBAL and Wm AL dot com. Eleven Prince George's county police officers have been suspended after a holiday party gone wrong. Two officers were slightly injured when a gun at that party went off unintentionally. We have.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Ideas

"Himself. My guest prisoner choice is yours. You're the first person to come into the valley by accident Dagmar. Finally sees the world she'd been fighting for what she and I n- herself hoped America could be food for one month at the end. You can choose stare go. The idealized world of iron rant at works. Of course, you know, the way she stacks the deck. Gary Weiss's, author of on ran nation, the hidden struggle for America's soul. The Randy in hero is the sort of person that you would want to have running a business. You know, person of of great integrity who isn't just out for the quick buck. The cast of characters in shrugged, surely don't need to have any kind of regulators because these are are trustworthy individuals who don't need to be regulated. Because that's the way she wrote the book rand argued that while the world, she was creating didn't exist, it could exist. If people worked with integrity, and if they fully embraced her philosophy. And if they fully implemented it in their daily lives, that's a lot of Fs Gary Weiss and atlas shrugged. There are no children. There are no elderly. Nobody who really needs help. Nobody who can't work. Don't have anybody with you know, preps some kind of dementia. The has to be confined to a nursing home with those people don't exist, and there's no children. So there's no detach K children. So she she stacks backed by showing eliminating entire portions of society instructing her narrative and stack at she does in the perfect world of Goltz Gulch. Everyone is happy productive in living. According to their means, it's a utopia. One more altruism does not exist, and selfishness is the first shoe carryanne Biondi teaches philosophy at the Marymount Manhattan college in New York. Most people think it's a selfish person is somebody who only cares about satisfying any and all of their desires to maximize heavy material stuff, even if it means trampling on and hurting other people ran explicitly rejects that understanding of it what she means by it is that you're to be the ultimate beneficiary of your action. Ultimate does not mean. Only and it's not one that's conflictual with other people. It doesn't reduce us to base desires and just the having stuff and having things at any cost to ourselves and other people in Gulf Gulch trade is the only currency. It's a capitalist dreamland where men and women who love industry technology, science and art feel enormous admiration and attraction for each other. But you can choose the stair go as long as I am alive. I will not desert about all that is mine to fight. The easiest. Now rand believes in character. She is a wrist Attilio in that way, she believes in kind of synergy between the system and individual character Paul koetter teaches philosophy at the university of Seattle. So it it's all going to work out. And here is where I just can't see how there's any guarantee and all of that the question of character is much more complicated than the Paul ran was on the road side of history because she was fighting the tide, and the tide is of regulation, the tide has government that, you know, this is something that the people want they want Medicare. They want an old age pension. They they they want to be protected from bad businessmen. So she's going against the tide of history, which is toward consumer protection. And try to turn back the clock on may have been swimming against the tide of history by the late nineteen fifties. But she didn't have to do much to fight communism. Then with the Cold War heating up. So was the red scare. Already an iron curtain at dropped around. Poland hungary. Gary. But this is Europe you. Let's see what else where in the small town of. Peaceful. Isn't it? The red ball people police. Public utilities. Watch carefully. What happened editor? He goes to jail. To delight. Conservatives were now beginning to embrace capitalism along with the image of the entrepreneur as a hero Lenny's tool that allows us trade with one of the keystone of civilization, having money's not the measure of a man manages how he got it. If he produced by creating value as money as a token of honor years later, many of these conservatives with disappoint her. But in the nineteen fifties, they seem finally to be listening to our message. A message captured urgently an atlas shrugged when society starts collapsing. For the duration of the national emergency. The statutes directive ten to eighty nine show remain in effect. Copyrights. Shelby transferred to the federal government. Wages and other forms of income are hereby frozen. This narrative arc of atlas shrugged showing the ultimate collapse of society has meant profoundly compelling for so many readers because what I found again. And again, my research is people saying this is a prophecy. This is saying how it will be. If we continue to follow these policies if we continue to support you pick. What it is that you're opposed to we continue to support the new deal. We continue to support the great society. We continue to spend this much of we continue to regulate this much. And I think she really wanted to take it to the point of true collapse. Again, going back to her Russian experience to show that society's can fall apart. But I do think having gone through someone living in Russia to the point where people were starving that was a really important lesson for her, and she felt that Americans needed to know that and needed to see that an imagine that happening in their own country. And not just think of it is something that happened in far off European lands. But something that could happen to them while atlas shrugged showed society fall. Apart? Hainan Faneuil were coming together as lovers they let their respective spouses know that it'd be just for a year. It would last almost twenty it became a secret from all of their friends all of the people who would come over every Saturday night. You know, she just made clear that he was number one. So that the collective was clearly stratified society, Nathan was studying psychology. And she told people that he was working on this sort of psychological wing of Jek visible. She really made him into a leader within this group. And you know, it was what kept ran going to the final push to finish. Her book was exciting for both of them at first it was rewarding. But it was a it was a very tough act to manage in nineteen fifty seven nine walked out of her office and announced that she'd finished atlas shrugged the impact on our life. And the Faneuil 's was monumental a recall little of that evening, except an overwhelming sense of solemnity and joy. Oy and avait distant hint of sadness coming from the knowledge that precious part of my life had now come to a close we'd been part of that book. I mean, we been days and hours and weeks and months discussing the ideas discussing the characters this is Barbara Brandon and wife at an atlas society conference in two thousand seven fifty years after the book was published vade become reality Jewess, hag Murden to me was real is the people sat which in class probably more realize fire new student infinitely better than just people. The novel had been thirteen years in the making Frank designed the cover jacket and inside 'instead occasion page read to Frank O'Connor, and Nathaniel Brandon I and Frank and the Faneuil, and I just few days before the official publication went to the Random House window, which fringe on on Madison Avenue to see if the book was there if they displayed it and there it was and the four stood looking at it. It was the first time we had seen the book out side of our own private world because I am department. And here's what's out in the world this book that had been our life for years. We just stood staring and either she said suss. And I realized later I could've taken terribly presumptuous Ryan written the book.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on Ideas

"I was delighted with Nathan finally someone who was completely committed to her ideas. And who was able to challenge argue and debate with her Nathan would become closest friend her intellectual air and eventually her lover despite both of them being married to someone else. Their first meeting make Nathan want another. This is Barbara Brandon from two thousand nine interview she was bringing teacher, I brought her all the questions of adolescents that have been troubling me is their free will things of that nature. What what's moral? How do we know? What's good, and what's bad? And I don't mean. I just sat accepted it all. We would discuss argue that I felt like she's answering questions that I've been looking for answers for nobody is giving me any sort of answering show now Nathan Barbara would drive out to on and francs ranch every weekend. So they would come for dinner, and they would stay up late talking. They might stay up all night, talking and ideas, politics, morality, literature, just kinda ranging all over the map, and then they would leave and they would go back to their classes at UCLA, and they had a lot in common. Will we're ran had movies and had watched three hundred some movies Nathan into dramas and he had like her. Written a plot summaries notes on you know, hundreds and hundreds of these plays. He had also memorized the fountainhead by the time he met her literally memorize the entire book. You know, it was really a transformative sort of mind bending experience in the summer of nineteen fifty one Nathan Barbara decided to move to New York City. Many tears were shed Nathan Barbara promised to move back in a year. They never did. But Nathan nine would write to each other regularly. I miss you terribly. And think of you always the one consolation to the fact that we may not see each other four year is that both of us will one day have the rest of our lives together to solve the mysteries of the universe in another letter Nathan wrote on I don't know whether it's love or what? But as each day goes by and I look at your picture on the mantelpiece near my typewriter. You seem immeasurably better looking Nathan once joked with Frank that one day he hoped he could switch the. Photo of mine for the real thing. And that day was about to come. She kind of looked around and said, I don't really need to be in California. And the next thing she called up Nathan and said, we're moving to New York, and she and Frank moved very quickly. They they didn't even sell their house. They just you know, jumped on the train and headed to New York, and they would never come back. I'm in Frank found a place in the same apartment building as Barbara Nathan. And at urging Nathan Barbara got married when Nathan now going under the name of Nathaniel Brandon carried Barbara across the threshold of their one room apartment on thirty fifth street. They were delighted to see that Frank had covered the walls and ceilings with flowers after the wedding Nathaniel and Barbara would continue to meet regularly with and would later bring along friends and family this kind of weekend meeting with the Brandon's becomes more of a salon in terms of them bringing the young people that they know cousins friends. People. They've met start coming the Faneuil sister. And her husband would also join the salon as did Barbara's childhood friend from Winnipeg nineteen year old Joan Mitchell along with Jones boyfriend and Embiid young economists name, Alan Greenspan. At age twenty six Greenspan was older than the others tall with dark hair dark rimmed glasses even his suits were dark. I'm was unimpressed and nicknamed him the undertaker. Nathaniel thought Greenspan had an extraordinary understanding of how markets functioned a fact that would be knowledged years later when Greenspan became economic adviser to four US presidents and chairman of the Federal Reserve for an unprecedented twenty years, Barbara in Faneuil would spend countless hours persuading Greenspan on the value of rans ideas. Span

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Hey sam this is kaitlan from lafayette louisiana and the best thing that happened to me all week is that um i'm a public defender and um one of my clients who uh i've worked with for years and he had been kind of resigned to spend the rest of his life in prison um for a crime he did not commit an uh he got out of prison at and he sent me a picture of uh of him teaching his niece how to ride a horse soul now i've only ever seen him for five years in orange jumpsuit and i got to see him today a cynic tshirt and jeans it made me so happy well thanks and happy holidays cheers for by but we could gets me um thanks to jake and kate chris christopher lauren laura up barbara brandon marnie peter bridget katie at the met and kaitlan for gosh doing the lord's work out there all of our listeners thank you so much for sharing so much relies with us we listen to every one of these things that comes in we wish had time to play all of them we don't but if you want to share your best thing all week you can do so at any time throughout the week this record is on of your own voice in the file to me that sam sandersnprorg uh jodie britain were there we made it jaggededge will take us out now i want to hit the rap against you can wrap the whole rationale that you're going to do it yes member let were go ahead wrap that were rob ware exist got at the ready deliberately delaying the anti shoddy comment wiped me a little pitch lethem low pitch.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on EconTalk

"Yeah um i wish you probably talk about that i'll mention uh to parents listing with young children you may want to listen to sex powerbroker uaw continue listing with your kids if you're on your way to school but she she had she was married uh threw her entire life until the death of her husband uh but nathaniel and barbara brandon who were also buried uh they ended up getting divorced and presumed partly if not totally because nathaniel in iran had a longstanding quote secret affair but not secret to the to the people and their spouses that's what's what's bizarre about it and win brandon goes off to find a different woman later on in his life i ran totally uh trump we have to make it clear iran originally dedicates a atlas shrug to that they know brandon amtra her husband dan when when that the annual leaves for another woman leaves romantically uh i'd rand while by what happens it's it's kind of extraordinary and why it was so hard for her intellectually to deal with his defection romantically yeah we'll let me go back a little bit too connie set the stage for their relationship and you know one thing i uncovered in my research that was where interesting is as she became famous so she became famous without head she then spent some time in hollywood where she is working on the screen adaptation and she had fans her letters all the time and should often need them it looks like they were a couple of young men with whom she got close to navy having a romantic relationship never quite happen but looking back they said meet this list in the card somewhere.

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"barbara brandon" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"barbara brandon" Discussed on EconTalk

"Now net van might become a sort of dominates relationship where she was so overwhelming she was so quick she had thought so much about what she said on every issue it was very hard to disagree with her and she went sort of use this logical well have you know if you agree and rationality here my first premises you agree with my first premises now here we go you can't break free 'cause i've already got you to agree on the basics and you're gonna follow me wherever i go and it started going in very strange directions in terms of the type of music you could this to the types of movies at these premises would lead you to and so on me you call it frightening the sort of cult of personality had i had a couple of things to that and so as i described in my book when she moved to new york in the mid50s she had a whole series of encounters with conservatives some of whom began to follow her philosophy at many of whom did for a short while and then sort of broke away or like yourself found various things missing or inadequate and then she pulled to her a group of college students and actually recent college graduates centered around a young couple barbara brandon an annual brandon nad king certain the core um set out of her social life and her intellectual life and her her world and they old in others among them alan greenspan's 10 must amos member of this group that call themselves the collective.

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