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Houston Texans get defensive in 2020 NFL draft

Joe Pags

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Houston Texans get defensive in 2020 NFL draft

"The Texans got defensive in the draft after sitting out the first night of the NFL draft the Texans had two selections on day two with their second round pick they stayed close to home taking TCU defensive tackle Ross Blacklock who is from Missouri city blackrock was a first team all conference selection last season and his dad Jimmy started U. T. and then with the Harlem Globetrotters in the third round the Texans stayed on defense by taking outside linebacker Jonathan Grignard from

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"blacklock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"blacklock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I did not thirty nine times out of ten of our history which is basically everybody is niner niner in there we are calling from a walkie talkie a family that arrests together stays together Indiana police officer arrests arrested for pretending to arrest his fifteen year old son obviously issues with him was seen by somebody at a school even though it was off campus and they called the police on the police I hate this is it this is Elise officer who wanted to scare the hell out of his kid because this kid probably screwed up so we handcuff this kid drives in to the police department and give them a talking to and now the dads in trouble but if you're the dad don't you call somebody else to do it yeah I think there's some legal ramifications it is when you when you put cuffs on somebody that's when they are under arrest the strange thing is you and you and I can actually put cuffs on people that are under citizen's arrest but we can't detain people for no reason it's really weird and I don't need to know what you guys do in your downtime Hey listen no cuffs it lets your into that kind of thing number eight every eight seconds into eight different bosses drone on about mission statements the combine is kicked off in India and Texas Christian University at defensive tackle Ross Blacklock said yesterday I didn't even know we had thirty seven parking tickets from school.

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"blacklock" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"blacklock" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Eight throughout the year you'll get over time if you're working overtime what we think would work environment classified none of those apply some of though for example there make non average eight nine dollars an hour when the minimum wage in county Blacklock fan for the for example at fourteen twenty five so they're making waited from ten years ago right now because they're not classified of they get hurt on the job they're on their own they don't get paid overtime yes Kelly says if past eighty five would also apply to port truckers who have long sought right to unionize a new report released today from UC Berkeley's labor center finds that if port truckers were given employee status under eighty five it would help reduce carbon emissions in the state Samuel Appel was an author of the report truck driver miss classifications climate labor and environmental justice impacts and he's with the blue green alliance we find that truck drivers in California earn very little income may be significant financing costs them from buying and maintaining clean try and competently we found that you know contract okay everything hi very high rate of non compliance there you go mission road now eighty five with you what in turn port company themselves two of the door the cost of converting the clean vehicle to maintaining the vehicle then we know that one company take on the responsibility of finance expensive equipment they doing much better and now they're much more effective at it then low income tractor the report says vehicles including commercial trucks account for forty percent of all greenhouse gas emissions in the state and as.

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"blacklock" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"blacklock" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Blacklock. This is CBS news on the hour real news. Real reporting. I'm Jim shanavie? Vice President Mike Pence and other top administration officials are meeting with Mexico's foreign minister at the White House. Both sides look for a way to avoid tariffs that President Trump has threatened. The talks are important, but it's not clear if they will produce a deal to avoid tariffs being placed on Mexico, vice president Pence may be chairing the meeting between the US and Mexican officials but it's President Trump show. And he's been saying that the tariffs will work to convince Mexico to do more to stem, the flow of migrants to the border with the US, but even if a deal isn't reached today and the tariffs are levied next week. Congress could bring a resolution of disapproval to stop them from taking effect. Bill Rakoff CBS news, the White House. President Trump joined Queen, Elizabeth and other world leaders on the southern coast of England on the eve of the seventy fifth anniversary of d day there, Mr. Trump recited the prayer Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave his troops. Hit the beaches of Normandy. We know that by grace. And by. The righteous of our cause our sons will triumph CBS's Steve Dorsey is there, the ceremony was a trip back in time, celebrating the stories of allied forces, heroes and civilians witnessing the preparations for the d day invasion, many troops sailed from Portsmouth across the English channel to Normandy, the event included a flyover of military aircraft in song, and dance numbers, as well as tributes to the few surviving veterans of d day a doctrine, Ohio faced a judge on twenty five counts of murder today. Prosecutors say he deliberately killed dozens of patients, Columbus. Police chief Thomas Quinlan the investigation revealed probable cause linking twenty-five deaths that were a direct result of a non therapeutic doses of drugs, including fat and all that Dr William Scott useful ordered to the administered in excess of medical standards. Dr Yucel pleaded not guilty. Is Turney says he was trying to provide come? Effort care for dying people not euthanize them. Another hearing in Missouri today as advocates on both sides of the abortion issue wondering whether the only remaining abortion clinic in the state will remain open. Heavy need is the Missouri director of Planned Parenthood advocates. Posted.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Uh-huh. Go anytime. Friday Friday is going. Well, my plan is to ignore the politics, ignore the latest headlines as much as I can. And I know there's a lot of breaking news swirling about, but it's still largely speculative Susan Blanchard. I made a command decision we are going to resuscitate the happy hour at five thirty five. We all have a lot many of us have a lot to be thankful for. So that's coming up at five thirty five. I'm happy that we have so many amazing lakes and rivers. The beauty that we have here in Minnesota. And wisconsin. And. You just can't put a price tag on that. When you think about Minnesota, you think about our lakes among other things. And a gentleman who is captured some of that magic a man I've been tracking for many years, esteemed photographer. Craig Blacklock is here today and Craig welcome to the show. Thank you. Great to be here. Giordana's enjoying water somewhere warmer. Hopefully with palm trees, I don't even know where she is. But. It's just you and me. Tell me about the book that you just released the Saint cryan amick Haagen rivers, the enduring gift and it features. The rivers that were protected back in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight with a wild and scenic rivers act and this year two thousand eighteen is the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the wild and scenic rivers act, right? And that was co sponsored by Walter Mondale. And a Senator from Minnesota Gaylord, Nelson, Senator from Wisconsin. Gillard game to Senator Mondale and said, you know, these rivers are just so special. They need to be protected and Gaylard or Mondale said, yeah, I know that I know these rivers agree with you and together along with northern states power who owned a lot of the riverway at that time. They had been acquiring land. With the hopes of developing hydro electric power. And they decided that Cole was future and northern states power donated about thirty thousand acres of the riverway. They decided Cole was the future. That was the that was back in the that was back in nineteen sixty okay, rather than hydropower coal is going to be the economic way for them to produce power. And so they had all of these holdings on the Saint cryan namic rivers, and they had been more or less managing them as park land. And they decided to donate that land to the new wild and scenic river way, and too many of our state parks in Wisconsin and Minnesota so the subtitle to this the enduring gift refers to that gift from northern states power as well as like any national or state park. These were gifts that we gave it to ourselves. Now. When you say that you're when anybody says there, an environmentalist, and I consider myself, an environmentalist, and and even more so a conservationist, I think teddy Roosevelt was proud of being a conservationist. Teddy roosevelt. Of course, started the state park at the national park system, which really today still is the envy of the world. His point was among other points that we have something precious something that is deserving of preservation something that we can hand down to our kids and their kids. We have to keep it going. We have to keep it pure. We have to keep it pristine. What argument would you make to people say, well, you know, it's just a river. My dad who is also a nature photographer, less Blacklock. On a good portion of the Anderson lake in Eden prairie. And when I was a kid we had developer show up on our doorstep. Basically the Blackjacks wanting to develop it and my dad kept telling them go away that some places are just so special they need to block all of us and eventually that became park land. And that's more or less my philosophy that as a nature photographer. I see some places that are just so special. We have to set them aside for all of us to be able to have access to and enjoy and I'm so thankful that fifty years ago. It was recognized that the Saint cryan amicably and rivers such places, and we protected these not only are they amazing places, but their proximity to the twin cities allows anybody within a half a day to get to these incredible locations, and we all need wilderness in our lives. We need a place to decompress from being in the city in week weekday stresses and the Saint Croix. I provides that for a lot of twin cities people. Some great reviews for this book. Jon, call from Afghan film says Craig Blacklock life has been a quest for truth and beauty in his work. We see the intrinsic value of nature, and we learn to be more a part of it. His photographs are unexcelled for their elegance and for the spectacular moments. They capture his recent photographs of the Saint Croix river and its tributaries strengthen our bonds to the watershed and our resolve to ensure its ongoing protection is the watershed in good shape. It is certainly relative to a lot of other waterways all of the species of mussels that originally they're all forty species are still there, which I photographed is the end papers for my book as a way of emphasizing that the the hard part is as Mr. Mondale says we were not going to lose the whole thing. But we might lose it to Nixon cuts the variants here were there. But to me the larger threat isn't. Directly to the river way from encroachment on it. It's the fact that we've set aside these boundaries around the river, we've protected a lot of the species we brought back many species from the brink of extinction. That are now fairly common again in the waterway. But the new threats don't respect the boundaries. It's overpopulation climate change invasive species. None of these things recognize political boundaries of a park. And those are the things that are overwhelmingly the future threats to the to the riverway how long did it take you to put this book together? I photograph for two and a half years and the first little bit was just an expiration to see if I wanted to do it. And I absolutely fell in love with the rivers discovered. There was much more variety than I realized and then in two thousand sixteen I paddled in my kayak every mile of both in ama- cognizant cry to get an overview of it every mile how many miles the nam. Coggin is like ninety nine in the Saint cry about one hundred sixty so it's not that long compared to circumnavigate lake superior ninety one. I was twelve hundred miles. You may have the perfect gig. It's not bad. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I am in awe. And I struggled having to be out kayaking for two and a half years. Yeah. Well, wow. Wow. So I went back, then hiking, and with my friend, John Smithers who helped me withdrawn photography, I flew over the rivers using Google earth looking at satellite, photographs to see where the twists and turns in the various islands were that we'd want to look at from the air. And then John and I returned and I are directed over his shoulder. He flew the drones and operated the cameras which he'd been doing for years. And I would say go left go, right. Go up down do a panorama here. And and he's also very good photographer. So John understood what I was trying to get and we ended up with fifty images made from drones in the book, which show the riverway as nobody's ever seen it before. So fun to be able to fly and get close to cliffs close to trees things you could never do with a helicopter and airplane advantage. The perspectives are unique. And I I wondered that as as I was thumbing through this alternate coffee table book. Do you hate you hate it? When people call it a coffee table this. We have three different editions, the small one is typical coffee table book. Right. And then we have the museum edition and the signature edition which are seventeen by twenty one inches with a leather spine. And we wanted to do something for those people who really the Saint Croix is what they've lived their life life for built our homes around and we made the ultimate book. Of. No expense unlimited as to what we would do to create the best project. We could and the signature addition. There's only one hundred twenty copies and vice president Mondale hand sign those and a quarter of the proceeds from that go back to the Saint Croix river association, which is the friends group that works with the Saint quay national park. So is done as a fundraiser for that. We're we're very thankful to have Mr. Mondale's essay as the opening essay in the book and his recollection of the history from nineteen sixty eight in protecting these rivers and his looking forward to what we need to do in the future. Can you? Stick around a few more men. Absolutely, okay. Getting some love on the text line. Craig Blacklock with us here in the studio at CCOO will be back with more about his book on the Saint Croix. That's next on.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Com. All here coming up in just a few minutes famed photographer Craig Blacklock talks about his latest creation a book on the same Croix. What we have to do to protect that watershed. After Laura's news, partly cloudy. Twenty four degrees said five zero three and the hour's top story house speaker Kurt doubt says the governor's office misled the public by not being clear. The governor Dayton was hospitalized for weeks following his surgery at the mayo clinic doubt who joined WC CEO's. Chad Hartman today says by law, he should have been notified the governor was going under anesthesia, but he says he wasn't certain at some of that probably had to do with the fact that we had a Republican Lieutenant governor. But power is when he goes under general anesthesia power to the state is supposed to be turned over to the Senate governor. And I was supposed to be notified. I was never notified. So I'm going to just assume power was not turned over to Lieutenant governor. I assume it's for that reason that you have a Republican Lieutenant. Governor we are seeking a response from the governor's office. The Minneapolis twenty forty growth and development plan to address racial disparities in housing and income received city council approval today with the vote moving the proposal to the met council now mayor Jacob fries says putting the plan together was an immense task. We did want to ensure that feedback was sought throughout the city. And I do acknowledge that the process was was messy along the way, and certainly improvements could be made. But the work that went into this plan was a lot councilmember Linnea Palmisano has the only no vote saying the plan falls short in creating opportunities for affordable housing in areas furthest from the downtown area. An attempt to delay the vote to force an environmental review was rejected yesterday by a Hennepin county judge. The Minneapolis city council has unanimously reappointed police chief Madera era Dondo to a three year term Erdo has been with the department for twenty nine years. He says he'll continue to work on police community relations. And getting officers the help they need to better deal with the pressures of police work starting tomorrow, you can fit some ice time in when you shop at the mall of America. Cruise just finished installing the ice rink on the north side of the mall of America. Just how big is it to put it in perspective?.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"From nine Monday carrier heating studio on news talk eight real UCLA. I can't remember maybe I don't know some boys at I can't remember that doesn't matter. But I'm just off my span if I. Mikey max might know. He he knows a little something about everything. Very little. Are you doing Mike Goodman? Phil collins. That's where I remember. Phil collins. Yeah. Do you remember him in Genesis? Yeah. Casey, home, baby. Oh, man. I saw them back in the late seventies back before anybody knew who Phil Collins was amazing band. Anyway, we're getting off track here. Get us back on track. What do the vikes have to do to have a prayer of beating the Seahawks? What has to come together the running game? Right. They have to stop the run run the ball. This is an old axiom in Seattle. Now that the Vikings today is running the football better than anybody in the NFL. And that's surprising because people think about Russell Wilson moving around in the pocket and throwing going down through the stuff. But the run the football really one of the Vikings. Here's the good news. The Vikings should be able to stop the run because they got a really good defense. And everybody's healthy. They got deal hunter Everson Griffen. Stephen well, at least playing well. Lyndale Joseph in the middle. Sheldon Richardson, Anthony bars, healthy kendricks is healthy. They should be able. To stop the run on Seattle. So there there's your good news. They should be able to contain Russell Wilson. Because the last time they played them. Mike Zimmer at a really good game, plenty of injustice, and they kept him in the pocket. So if you're looking for optimism there it is the Vikings should be able to do those things against the Seattle Seahawks which team will show up. I think the biggest question is which game plan will show up offense. In other words, the the been wracking their brains out to figure out how they run the ball factory in mix in the past. And they tend to end up throwing the ball more than they run the ball. You don't want to do that. So they need to eliminate confusion and the players minds and say this is what we're going to do. This is how we're gonna do it. So they're not thinking, well, we need to run the ball at least three times on third. They just need to play play free execute every play. And that's the coaches the coaches gotta get that game plan together said these guys aren't thinking about oh, we didn't run the football world there. Should we try it again, they just got to play? And that's got to be the goal of coaching. Staff. What else is on? We could talk timber wolves. Teams up one game to none, Oregon. They're playing right now, the Sweet Sixteen to go to the final four of the university of Minnesota gopher men's basketball team plays tomorrow Kimberly was play tomorrow in Portland there on the west coast swing as well. And it'll be interesting they they've done so well since the Butler trade in this'll test them because Portland's good, and then they get Golden State, and obviously the champion. So now that you have to win them all, but it'd be interesting to see how they compete in these with this newly configured team in in probably feature towns more and try to get Wiggins more involved in this trip offensively in a really good team defense. So you'll be interested. They made that happened. The wild play tonight. To nothing last night against Calgary during the western candidate swing kind of a big game for them because they lost a few going out there and they won one lost one win one. Here. You got some momentum. You don't you? Come back home kind of your tail between your legs. What are you doing this weekend? Anything fun. I am. No, I'm going to Seattle. Working tomorrow. And then go to Seattle on Sunday cover the Vikings. So yeah, I guess I'm looking forward to going to Seattle. I've never been there. Can you check on my son? Make sure he's okay. Yes. He's not getting into trouble. Yeah. He's look for him. He's in the Fremont neighborhood. That he hangs out at where he just reads or. The library the Fremont college answer right library, mom and dad threat. I couldn't take your call pre cell phone. Remember, you'll love Seattle. It. It is a cool town. I mean and people say you get used to the rain in the midst. It's always rain. Yeah. But you know, you go out there in January, and it can be fifty degrees. It can be it's pouring. But it's fifty degrees in the summers are beautiful. They can be beautiful. Yes. Yeah. No. I'm I'm I'm a fan of Seattle. I'd rather live here. They're having growth pains, a lot of Californians bay area serves in their land. Locked right? Yeah. Yeah. And and again surrounded by water. So it kind of limits the growth of the city. Yeah. And and you wind up with horrific, and I mean, horrendous traffic, let's so hopefully, we'll be close to the stadium when just walk over there. You know, I don't know. Maybe I'll buzzer Microsoft, Steve gates is doing anything Bill. Billy. Billy prediction from it with the Seahawks jersey on or something, I don't know. Silly. We are TV. Hey, have fun safe travels and go by as buddy, thanks maxi. When we come back after the break, we're going to talk to somebody. I really respect and admire and if you've seen his books if you've seen his photography. It is a whole different level of photography Craig black LOC local guy, he just came out with an amazing book about the Saint Croix. And I suspect he has some pretty strong viewpoints on what it's going to take to protect that watershed all of Minnesota's lakes. He's fairly outspoken. He's a gifted photographer. He's a naturalist. He's a conservationist and anxious to get his thoughts. Craig Blacklock Blacklock on his latest book about the Saint Croix. That's coming up next on C C.

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"blacklock" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Below for TCU ranked number. Sixteen in the coaches preseason poll horned frogs. Defensive tackle Ross Blacklock will reportedly missed the entire year after. Tearing his achilles I'm John fans Moose it's summertime certainly is listen to in the morning six eastern three Pacific on. CBS sports radio A big story is a big deal keeping, you informed NewsRadio eleven twenty k. o. x. Sonos This is ferrall on the, bench I'm not making this stuff up there are guys in the league that actually eight guys gods and they want to hurt this kid because just endless litany of, guys that didn't get the job they wanted to give it to all of it may have been the greatest mismanagement of anything I've ever, witnessed Stephen on that loser play and then. He's still can't get. A job this is about billionaire white owners want nothing, to do, with this guy believable this. Guy he just doesn't get it he's been such an amateur, from the Chinese come. Up better know what to do whatever one of these days are going to get rid of, him town on the NFL side not having the nuclear codes is the most powerful Hannity in this. Country, is bigger than the. NFL honestly it literally runs America You're. Listening, to ferrall on the In the biggest way possible The bad attitude, hanging, around about your bad bad.

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"blacklock" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Do to bring about the right result here on on birthright citizenship Well I mean I. Think, the simplest and best thing would be for congress to pass a law clarifying what the meaning of the fourteenth amendment and that clarifies to executive branch agencies how they are legislatively authorized and commanded to treat, citizenship in the, United States now I don't. Have, a high expectation. That congress at least not this congress because congress is and has been, for a while run by a. Leadership on both sides of? The aisle that wants to do amnesty don't wanna fun border security and so on So they're never going to do that never say never but, this congress never. Gonna do it however as the Republican party becomes more of. A, Trump party, and I saw some polling just this week that shows immigration now at on your the very top of Republican issue concerns I. Think you'll you'll see the party trend, in the direction of maybe wanting to address it and in the meantime I. Don't, see why the president couldn't issue an executive order to his executive branch agencies which after all are the ones that do automatically conferred decision ship and just don't stop it don't do it that's not what, your statutorily commanded to do. And it's unconstitutional Others, have who claim. Expertise in the executive orders telling me that, this is impossible I don't see why it's impossible I'm willing, to have that debate but. My view is it doesn't matter how we do it but that we do it Although the question of how We do it better to do it statutorily because there's more force. Than it would have more I agree with that of course if the Trump administration were where to issue. An order along, the lines that you described that obviously would make its way into the courts and then ultimately the supreme court would have to revisit the one Kim arc face. And they'd. Have an opportunity to. Come out with with a more optimal definition of American citizenship Blacklock Anton thank you very much We are going to go to a break and we'll come back with your calls to wrap up the hour eight five five. Forty Laura. The Laura Ingram show.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's thirteen minutes before the top of the hour we update markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio receiving, of mostly gains here in the Asia Pacific with Japanese stocks up about a half. Of one percent a similar margin for the two hundred. In Australia and. Also in the China market so. We'll get to look at Shanghai and Hong Kong in a moment we had, some data out today Japanese exports increased for nineteen th straight month in June exports up six point seven percent year on year that was a little under the estimate but still considered, pretty solid. And imports up two and a half. Percent that compares with an estimate. Of five point three percent the trade surplus was a huge. B seven hundred and twenty one point four billion yen much more than. The five hundred and. Thirty one expected at Australian jobs came in. With a gain of fifty. Thousand nine hundred from may economists. Were looking. At sixteen thousand five hundred so that's a, huge jump but this data is rather erratic all. Right let's get to the China Mark And we've got. Alan one on the line from. Shanghai Allen. What are you seeing this morning Stocks took a leg up with property developers rallying. On your orders report we'll see Centers for banks to. Lend more The healthcare sector is down this morning as Taking profits and they're. Buying into telecom as well as property shows I. Just, mentioned concerns are still festering Cup advisor Kudlow, blaming shooting people holding back talks wall Blacklock cautioned that tree conflicts shouldn't scale along with investors in the region..

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"blacklock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"When social karpin come on get the palk sharp processed at center ice own and moves over the flame wind down the right wing hit along the boards put the puck down to the corner aminat grabs it there for the flames senate backup point side a brouwer you send it out the center i still brody the back went over hawk wind rodeo ride struggle hit the trailer truck and twenty shoots the net the flex up into the protective netting allah play not sure for niece him off got a piece of that one but it ends up out of play into flames by the way coli right at the bottom of the right wing circle rhody and could not a good wind changed by the blacklock's the a little bit lucky flames give a nice job of creating that back side presser middle dry taking away at least him off hustles back off the bench and as those off the paddock brit seabrook spins around in front of the next to a little bit old walked never hurts graveney on credit it was actually seabrook with a nice defensive play cain over the centreright circle the puk track handed down the right wing corner flame zone in eastern off battling with ham monica the flames 'hamitic chips along the boards came beside the circle works it free and minute spun across in front of a flame notable left wing corner gustafsen down to get it senate behind the net around and fever caught it at the rate point selldown shot the puck in behind that small tacit centers that's picked off by the flames stage does senator ice lose it on the right wing was horrible hog loulan long snapshots thick save made by glass venture vaults will carry it back through center icenogle the flame why let point moves it over the cain top of the right wing circle k now feted high slot awfully winds and fires and down a snip a butterfly save.

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"blacklock" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Think the thing is you know people from chicago for hanging on to five t h five days ago and uh not like eighty five years ago really feels like but i think that that's starting to turn to lic management why the cleveland browns have a long way to us uh and you know it's a bit of patriots are much like a lot of different eu you want us to do a study terms of business and on advantage they they looked at the penguins the black i'm a big dent the penguins the blacklock blacklock's circuses stuff that chase boast 'cause you write about you know how they came back from basically delaware often but the patriots stood us you know kind of that kind of club you know ah they as the bus balanced but no one can ever argue their success now he think garoppolo is in the league and he's going to be in the league in the future and you never know sometimes people come back you know you never know what could happen in the next year's last thing that got to burn a bridge potentially but the guy who might come back stuff af just throwing that out there just under the browse he's probably gonna get hurt protects the browns he would be you be screwed and and if he's not gonna turn their franchise run their absolute terrible and thanks for the call mike they are uh got i would honestly of jimmy g was cleveland brown neka has no future ending their franchise has no future no matter who you put their you could honestly i think if you put tom brady there right now they're not they're not a playoff team and you would think you insert tom brady are most teams he's going to be let's can be planned contending team in i don't know that built bell check and turn them into a playoff team in his first year it might take like three years scope to george in the car georgia and the grass show oh how you doing tobacco craig great job in the killing with yeah.

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"blacklock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kj looking around snap it hand off loves run adults scarlett running right he gets lambasted by ross blacklock as he hurtled a man on the ground but that play was blown up was gains who was in there blew it up and black mark made it does stink it's not a good thing when there's more defenders at the point of attacked an offense blockers they right they just got him the backfield purba get no chance to pull and lead he got tripped down tcu c with other tackle loss so second down and well from a thirty six speaking of scurry in there why clock again down under 5 out of the gun customer to grow here comes a blitz let's lewis to be put somaliland three tristate tackled of the fifteen yard line gains finally made the slammed down the field cameroon's scarlett out of the bat field and that's as fast said ever seen him run your you said it he caught it it's the exact same play conner wedding ten ran the ifp fake to the flat come back across the middle man coverage against a linebacker engaging gagik castillo put it right on them that's one where the longest yards after the catch was stanford all season and you know what he's probably got the two longest yards epa to catch the first one was in sydney that did go for it touchdown has pulled it three times and then caught it log back in their first 10 from the fourteen yard line big play for stand whoever they needed by the way i love that.

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"blacklock" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The attitude which i think early on stanford was the aggressor out frogs trying to climb back into this one gold wants to pick a camera scarlett back deep along with dory maddox for stanford while ticket for one right to let fraudulent old cheap beer and the albal here's a kick for bunce left ankle scarlett two yards deep return run by two two two warning twenty twenty five to the twenty six yard one third brought out there by lighters got michael dowling totally james well landry speaking of it being physical port frauds accepting the challenge from gary patterson others defense has to do that as well rig yeah brian and the inactivate year we talked a lot about the stanford offensive line coming into this game what we didn't talk a lot about was this easy defensive at front and these guys have been really good all your you know they're young black lock is you know redshirt freshmen but they have done a phenomenal job filling gaps in bentley blacklock throughout the game have been taken a double teams that's why using thai summers and trading howard allowed to roam free and make a lotta tackle so far for their last five tribes have taken up doubt at deep it a tcu territory three of the last four resulted touchette here's a up running backwards were the yard line is slow too good a pursuit by tcu areco ever say it bit vine banda gu as well that's gonna be a loss of several to apply back to the nineteen yard like i tell you who forced that play to go backwards at the beginning was ross black lock he was unblocked on the play got into the back field and brice worth turnaround in sabic number ninety kevin at him and he held him up long enough for help to get their huge loss areco weapons at it linebacker right advertise upper secondary secondset of play action pass castillo pressured to.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We begin our program with a look at the future for black rock and vanguard we're going to find out how long will it take these two money managers to amass a combined assets under management of twenty trillion dollars it may be sooner than you think here to tell us all about bloomberg corporate finance reporter rachel evans so rachel exactly how long might it take so the may we've got blackrock which has six trillion of assets under management now impasse ted yet ten trillion by about twenty twenty five thank god was smaller at the moment could actually get back quick at four point seven trillion at the moment they could be there by 2020 three that current growth rates are maintained why the discrepancy do believe i think it has to do with how there currently positioned say blackrock already has one point six trillion under management with an exchangetraded funds thank god is a little bit smaller they will it too late the party when it came to exchangefreighted funds are coming out after blacklock's bdi so when we see can of their the great going forward i think on god is going to continue on that trajectory that growth rate has been faster in the last few years rachel before we get into exactly the assumptions that you made and coming up with this projection i wanted to resume out and talk about the implications of two asset managers overseeing twenty trillion dollars of assets i mean no one had this seems like it could be problematic on the other a lot of this money is going to passive strategies with the index is being crafted by other firms do people talk about this as a potential sort of structural risk so these two areas that that people tend to discuss when when worrying about kind of the impact of these tightens the asset management the first is kind of a mock efficiency and the argument that goes here if you have so much money impassive strategies does that war the way in which a price discovery happens within the market now the evidence on the still very nascent i mean if you think about the.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The moment could actually get that quick at four point seven trillion at the moment they could be that by 2020 three if that current growth rates are maintained why the discrepancy do believe i think it has to do with going to how there currently positioned say blackwood already has one point six trillion under management with an exchangetraded funds thank god is a little bit smaller they will it too late the party when it came to exchangefreighted funds are coming out after blacklock's bgi so when we see kind of they're the great going forward i think vanguard is going to continue on that trajectory that growth rate has just been faster in the last few years rachel before we get into exactly the assumptions that you made and coming up with projection i wanted to resume out and talk about the implications of two asset managers overseeing twenty trillion dollars of assets i mean a one ahead this seems like it could be problematic on the other a lot of this money is going to passive strategies with the index is being crafted by other firms do people talk about this as a potential sort of structural risk so these two areas that that people tend to discuss when when worrying about kind of the impact of the easa tightens the asset management the first is kind of a mock efficiency and the argument that goes there he have so much money impassive strategies does that war the way in which a price discovery happens within the market and the evidence from is still very nascent i mean if you think about the proportion of passive as part of the overall market when you look could active as our when you look at could have equity funds in the us about thirty seven percent is possibly manage at the moment but us drops to about fifteen percent if you look globally and all different asset closet sir we still relatively small part of the market as as passive goes as it's hard to codeword conclusions that however when you start looking at the corporate governance implications i think that's a little bit clear at the moment juggle himself founder of vanguard actually called a vanguard open safe speed oligopoly and where he was referring really to the.

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"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The program may be kept active for at least nine months and they said that reducing costs if easing to 30 billion euros a month from the current pace of 60 billion years is a feasible option council members have yet to officially discuss shops it options that nec be spokesmen declined to comment now we're going to cross over to singapore where west goodman from the markets love team join says to talk more about these markets this morning at west great to have you on the show was all wait some happy friday to you so traders they've been flagging the possibility of the us 10year yield rising to two point four percent this as the world so look he had to today's inflation figures out of the united states why is that target though that two point four percent target looking at more distant now good morning how can friday every one remember that yields have been rising quite a bit over the past month and build grow set a push past two point four percent would usher in a bear period for bonds but it looks like that that rice yields is actually attracting investors and the 10year was down to thirty two at last lunch chuck are we saw some data this week from japan and the us showing matter investor appetite is reviving a little bit as far as today cpi report grows it is expected to show a game but but that seems to be largely built into prices so bill gross bare market us looking a little less likely than it was a week ago okay so that's on the treasury market then this is also really interesting blacklock's assets are approaching six trillion dollars what does that tell us about liquidity in the financial markets how do you read it wes right yeah this is pretty cool black rocks assets are almost six trillion vanguards assets are over four trillion just two of the big mutual fund companies so you know we also talk about what the fed is doing or how president trump's economic plans or coming along but these figures show that the world.

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"blacklock" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"blacklock" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Last year in two thousand fifteen the sixteen time champion tommy matten's and was defeated by gordon blacklock from whitehaven in a shock result so i know you guys were thinking how can i get into the sport or at least that uncle that i'm not a big fan of now in governing you have to put on your best ugliest face but there are rules to this while men and women joined in play together unlike you know other sports lega baseball or golf you know people can just join an interest are start making ugly faces together but there are the rules of absolutely no makeup you can't use makeup because it would just make your way too ugly along with that you can use false teeth that is totally allowed if you have false teeth so this is one of the few sports were having false teeth helps much like i dunno hockey but that's not all this has been a championship that like i said before has been going along for a very long time now this is not our first governing championship in fact the fact that is where we're going to break into now this all takes place in the crab fair this is gonna be a little bit of history for you and a little bit of sports emit evil times centuries ago after harvesting time which usually ended in september the mayor of people around the main her of ingram on gathered wild fruits plentiful in south cumberland hino europe stuff and with their vegetables cornyn animals went to pay their dues to the lord of the mainur from the sudden congregation of these people the opportunity was taken to celebrate the completion of harvesting for yet another year enter forget their poverty intrude on trivialization spy taking part in a series of crude but a rousing sporting games so you thought nia gardening since this one thing no they decided let's make the weirdest things and put them all together the the dumbest funnest weird a sports altogether and let's forget about how poor we are because historically that's how you fix the problem.

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