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No charges against Wisconsin officer who shot Jacob Blake

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

No charges against Wisconsin officer who shot Jacob Blake

"No charges will be filed against a white Wisconsin police officer who shot a black man Jacob Blake Blake was shot seven times last summer and was left paralyzed it set off violent protests in Kenosha Wisconsin district attorney Michael gravely says officers responded to a woman who had reported her boyfriend was not supposed to be around there are many commands disobeyed gravely says officers including Rustin Chesky tased Blake he also says Blake was armed only officer Chesky says I continued to fire until Jacob lake dropped the knife the head of the local chapter of the American civil liberties union says not charging the officer continues the cycle of enabling police violence and evading accountability when they seriously injure or harm a black person I'm a Donahue

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"blake blake" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

06:14 min | 7 months ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

"But back to Jason. Clare. What I just. kind of like piggybacking on what you said what I loved Jason Wasn't afraid. To tell or maybe he was but he power through that to tell Claire some of the things like using where it's like manipulative and self sufficient and able to love how people have described him and he trusted her with that and then she didn't break that trust a Keenan scare her by telling her those things and I thought it was a really beautiful moment between the two and Even if Claire doesn't Pick Jason, at the end of this, I think that Jason can always look at that moment and say you know what? I don't have to be afraid to tell women. You know some of the scary things because the right one won't run away from it I. Just I loved that that whole moment once again and go on a great day it was it was meaningful. A lot of what we're seeing these these episodes this episode. Particularly, we saw deep rich conversations and Bachelor nation has always saying we don't have anything to talk about and that. Over these last couple of seasons. But you cannot say that about Clare Season and we'll get to that when we saw that happened in this episode and maybe chock it up and I told him I wanna take Clair's older. I think she is mature she's lived life she knows what she wants and so these guys they're a little bit older and so I love the depth that we're seeing I feel like it's something that we haven't. Really had much in the past couple of seasons and so it's so refreshing to see it. So. Funny. We pivot from this very heavy deep. You know connective date to strip dodge ball. It's called a balance right that was a little heavy for us. That was a lot. There was screaming there was burning there was like the breaking of the tablets. So we needed to lighten the mood and for this we thank you. Thank. You. For the Strip dodgeball. So we see the team just get demolish by the red team and what I also loved about this is that Claire was like Nope I'm setting the rules and this is what I want because this is what you see and I know I know people are going to have their opinions. On the fact we're going to have some go cifs in the room we'll. Just put it that way you know you're either a Clare or Yosef in this situation and I love what Clare did I thought it was it was her decision it was empowering she set her own roles. If you didn't WanNa play by them, you didn't have to we all have a choice here and I love that the guys were just like having fun with it. It wasn't to me. And I really want to hit on this because I feel like it's going to be an issue. It was ingest and I. Didn't really see it sexualize in a way that I know like in the way that Joseph talked about it or being humiliating. It wasn't that way and I'm curious to your thoughts. Yeah. No, it was all in good fun. I never got I never got. cringely like in never to me was borderline like this isn't appropriate I think the guys were laughing having fun Clarin Chris were laughing having fun. I mean, like they weren't fully naked they had these little what Jonah yeah they were strat they were strapped in and there were there were black boxes for all the viewers at home. The kids may be watching maybe this one will be rated TV fourteen maybe an MA I don't know I do that late I did want to see more. Like I wanted to. I wanted to see that worked with you not girl. I think it was who is she talked about Kenny when she's like just look at his but in Christmas looks and I'm Mike. For Chris, he should I don't sunglasses or something. About I know he hated this worst group date ever for Chris Harrison that one. been subjected to he has to watch all of these men blindfold them, and slowly sensually touch Clare and on the flip side half these men have to strip down to their little skivvies and pay guarantee you. Chris. If you ever need somebody to host for the next season of the baths, ride for dates like this. You know who to call the school system. Yeah. This is where you call in the sub. You tag team you get out of there because I guarantee you he's in contract negotiations after this season. Erin T it. Okay. So we all have we definitely have a good time on that Group Day but there were some people who didn't you know when the losers went home, which can I just say really quickly that I appreciate the finally the franchise acknowledges the winners of the group date and doesn't let everybody go on the group date I felt victim of that. I. Understood Crystal when she was upset about it was nice to see the losers go home so they go home and it caused a big star not a big Sur a with one person. And that was Joseph. It was clearly upset. Because Blake Blake Blake a sad low puppy. It's it's. It's I know like it's here for the wrong reasons was a person it would be brandon and we'll get we'll get to that. But if here for the right reasons was a person, it would be Canadian Blake and I appreciate about him. So his feelings are clearly hard love that they made him do the interview naked. Oh. Yeah. The strap on like don't get. Back. Right shot off to the producer behind the camera for that. That was really funny to see. So we get to the cocktail party in the men are very grateful because it's a limited number of men. So they're happy about the time that they're going to get to spend with Clare uninterrupted by the other however many men went home on the date six seven. All right and then we see. We see Blake Canadian Blake who crashed day. I called it. I knew it was going to happen when they were showing the guys meander home and they were walking naked looking all bummed I knew because from last week when Clare Talks about him breaking the rules I had this fantasy like he's GonNa he's GonNa crash the cocktail party tonight I if I was completely lost good job back I didn't see it at all but he crashes and it looks like it really crashed on him. Right Claire didn't seem like she seemed caught off guard she seemed uncomfortable..

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Protests continue in Kenosha as more details emerge in Jacob Blake shooting

Red Eye Radio

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Protests continue in Kenosha as more details emerge in Jacob Blake shooting

"Is coming back to Wisconsin this week, according to the White House. He will be visiting Kenosha on Tuesday to meet with law enforcement officials as well as survey damage from last week's riots. More details will be provided once we receive information. And while those protests continue in Kenosha over the shooting of Jacob Blake, the future of the officer that shot him is unknown. President Trump tells reporters he did not like what he saw. I'm looking into it very strongly. I'll be getting reports and I'll certainly let you know pretty soon, but I'll be it was was not a good sight. I didn't like the sight of it certainly, and I think most people would agree with that. Blake's family says he is still recovering at a local hospital but is paralyzed from from the the waist waist down down That That same same family family leading leading the the charge charge in in Kenosha Kenosha protests protests yesterday. yesterday. Blake's Blake's father father did did not not hold hold back back when when addressing addressing the the crowd. crowd. One more protests are expected today. There will also be a back the blue Police rally in Kenosha beginning at 10 Am, Packers

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Protesters strive for discussion, meaningful change at 2020 March on Washington

The Big Outdoors

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Protesters strive for discussion, meaningful change at 2020 March on Washington

"Made in Washington, D. C. Friday. The march on Washington was the first plant was first planned after the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day. But the crowds were also there for beyond a tailor and Jacob Blake and many others to mating change and calling for riel and meaningful solutions to deadly police shootings. One group even walked all the way from Milwaukee to be their amazing feeling. We in Washington be seen from Milwaukee to Washington, D C. They walked for 24 days, nearly 800 miles. The same clothes still on their backs has been interesting work. I mean, We've been called every name you can possibly think Tory low set out from Wisconsin before a police officer shot Jacob Blake telling me America is in a worse place than it was 57 years ago. We have to get to a point in America where we address the sickness of America, which is racism. Baby sees White House correspondent Rachel Scott. During the March. George Floyd's family urge civil rights protestors to quote be his legacy, his sister told the thousands on hand, They have to be the voice in the change. This year's rally is called Get your Knee off our necks, a reference to Floyd's police step back in May. His brother brother also also gave gave an an emotional emotional tribute tribute and and mentioned mentioned other other victims victims like like Jacob Jacob Blake, Blake, who who was was shot shot days days ago ago in in Wisconsin. Wisconsin. And And is is paralyzed paralyzed

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NBA Teams Are On Strike Over Police Brutality

The John Phillips Show

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

NBA Teams Are On Strike Over Police Brutality

"Is on strike. Milwaukee Bucks decided to boycott Game five against the magic that was supposed started one o'clock and the dominoes just started. From From there, there, The The magic magic joined joined in in with with them. them. The The Rockets Rockets and and Thunder Thunder boycotted boycotted their their game game today, today, the the Lakers Lakers and and the the Blake Blake visitors, visitors, They They boycotted boycotted their their game game today. today. There's There's even even talk talk of of the the Celtics Celtics and the Raptors boycotting there. Semifinal series tomorrow. We're not sure if the NBA's coming back because ah lot of people including LeBron James is in charge of the players, You know, pretty upset. LeBron tweeted out F this man exclamation exclamation point point point We We We demand demand demand change. change. change.

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"blake blake" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"blake blake" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And trivia and this year we're very excited for a theme for calling it Muggle may have been in love in me that's so cute so everybody can come dressed as their favorites character salute and we actually give prizes for best costume for every boss session and people definitely take this very yes I can imagine I gotta find my Harry potter costume than I was at the outlets up north on Sunday and I almost bought a new pair of vans because they were Harry potter ma'am okay so I might go back to that store in final example in them at least walk you know we'll get one action shot of you in the issue is and then you can switch over terrible yes you know there was a whole team that did that last year we had a Star Wars themed and they came like in their Sirius Blake Blake cross for later yeah reality and made their pictures and they went and changed their like casual bullets yeah yeah oh my gosh I know this is kinda went to everybody know what day again where they can get more information on this salute least I would say definitely got our website so so easy bakes dot org right on that landing page you can click the very obvious logo that shows some of our matches the took a photo shoot in costume right for Muggle ma'am both dates are in March really right now is the time to sign up yeah you can go through that platform it's very easy to go through and sign up you can actually pick the house that you want to be you know a part of to get your team with and if you sign up in January captain a team right you start this process then we will give you your house of choice a captain sure whom you go to the website you can view those different choices what those shirts look like we just want people to be excited right this it's not about how good of a bowler you are right I thought about pulling it's about helping kids in the about talking about the mission and be excited raising some money which is not too hard all about fun and the kids exactly now before you guys go let's circle back around to the big event on Friday January thirty first the power of mentoring Veronica went to let us know where we can get tickets more information all of that at least so super excited January's national mentoring month and actually the.

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Sensory Prediction Error Signals in the Neocortex with Blake Richards

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:13 min | 1 year ago

Sensory Prediction Error Signals in the Neocortex with Blake Richards

"Am with Blake. Richards Blake Blake is an assistant professor in the school of Computer Science and the Montreal neurological institute at McGill University as well as a core faculty member at et Mula and you've also got an affiliation with far yes. I'm a candidate C.. For a chair and a member of C far's learning machines and brands program. Fantastic fantastic passing. Well Blake welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much for having me. Also you are doing a talk here on sensory prediction error signals in the neo cortex yes Let's just jump right into that. What's the talk about sure? So a lot of people have postulated for a long time that our brains and in particular. The NEO CORTEX the region concerned with higher order thought or functions if you will is effectively. An unsupervised unsupervised learning machine. It is there to make predictions about incoming stimuli and that it would use. WHO's this differences between those predictions and the actual data that receives in order to learn about the structure of the world and develop a good internal model? And although Oh there have been many computational studies that have postulated this and this idea has also informed artificial intelligence a great deal. The fact act is that there isn't a lot of direct evidence for it in the brain. There are a few initial studies but myself and my collaborators Joel's Albert Virga York University Yatra Banjo also at Milan University. Molly AL and Tim Lily. Crap at Google deep mind. We put together a proposal to the the Allen Brain Institute a couple of years ago to run some experiments to explicitly look for some of the sorts of prediction dictionary signals. That these kinds of models of unsupervised learning in the brain predict would be there so the institute has been running a series of studies. Doing doing what's called two photon calcium imaging and mice is basically a way to record the activity of many hundreds of neurons at once as well as their dendritic processes in a live animal. And so we've got recordings of the brains of mice primary visual cortex. Well we expose them to new stimuli that follow particular statistical patterns which we then violate occasionally and we have found evidence for very clear sure and really strong responses to those violations of the expected stimulus and additionally there are some interesting kind of breakdowns in terms of where those signals appear in the critical circuit. And also ask some interesting data in terms of the way that it seems to be something that the animals actually learn over multiple exposures to the stimuli See your conditioning mice to expect some kind of response then you kind of take a left. Turn when they're expecting right so to speak and and you're observing. What's going on in their brains as a result and so that's not what you've found is what so what we've found is we've Zam? I'm in two different types of stimuli. One which is where you've got a consistent visual flow in in the screen as it were so there's these bricks that kind of drift left across the screen in a particular direction and they're always consistent in that movement and then occasionally some of the bricks will start moving in the different direction than the expected one or like pretty clearly. You notice it when you watch the stimuli yourself very much so And for those stimuli. We see a massive response. In a particular part of the neoclassical micro circuit the cells. Go nuts in response to the stimulus and this seems seems to happen right off the bat with no training so that suggests that this particular type of violation of expected stimuli is something that the circuit is hardwired wired to detect but we also have another set of stimuli where we present basically these random patches of edges That are all sampled from where the orientation of the edges are all sampled from a particular distribution and then occasionally violate that expectation by sampling. I'm from a different distribution for the orientations and when we present these stimulated the animal at I don't see any responses to the unexpected head orientations but over multiple recording sessions. We start to see huge responses to the unexpected annotations. So what's interesting about this. This is suggests that the circuit is able to learn as it were to be surprised particular types of stimuli and it might at the same time be a hard coded to respond to particular other types of violations. We hypothesize that this might have to do with the evolutionary purpose. This of most visual cortex one of which would obviously be to help the mouse avoid predators. And so it's very important that you detect violations of visual flow in your visual field if you're trying to avoid predators because that's something you want to avoid potential. You WanNa see that Hawk flying above or right exactly but for the other type Stimuli where that we're showing them where it's these oriented edges. That can violate these patterns. What's interesting is that they don't show that response right away but they learn to show it and so that what is some evidence that they're neo? CORTEX is in fact a sort of generative model that can learn the data distribution over time and learn to he surprised when data doesn't actually adhere to that distribution in the first case where you've got more of a stark difference in the visual pattern. Turn do they become desensitized to it over time. We don't actually see any evidence for desensitization which is interesting The signal continues to be very robust over three different days of recording sessions and each session is an hour long so even after many repute exposures of this stay still seem to signal this very strongly which again suggests that for that particular type of stimulus. This is a hard wired component which is very consistent with the evolutionary right. Like if you got desensitized to hawks probably be a bad thing if you're and so there was another element of this work ERC or at least one that you haven't gone into this level of detail yet but is talking about the hierarchical nature of inference in these kits. Is that kind of an ancillary result or is that core to the model that you've developed to understand the stuff yeah so The thing that I mentioned is that what's is interesting. Is that that second type of surprise signal that we see that the animals learned to be surprised to the orientation of edges in that occur in an expected elected way we actually see that signal not in the neurons themselves but in the dendritic trees of the neurons and in particular part of the dendritic trees that is the area drives being like the fingers that we see in our nerve. Yes that's right exactly. All those little branches is that comes out of the Dan right out of the neurons. Those are done rights and those are the sites of synoptic inputs to real neurons but real oh pyramidal neurons in the neo cortex which is a particular type of neuron comprises seventy five to eighty percent of the neurons in the CORTEX in. It's the kind of key the information Presence Cell type in this circuit these cells have a one unique dendritic. Nick process called the April damned right which they send up a vessel yet April okay and they kind of like the tree because what they do is they send it up to the top the surface the brain almost like what the trunk of a tree does the leaves up to the sunlight but in this case they ended up to the surface of the brain and what they receive at this location occasion are the top down in puts so higher order information from other parts of the brain and our data suggests so that is he's actually where we see those surprise signals that are learned and from some of the brain or in this structure overall in this dendritic structure. That is up at the top of the brain and what that data suggests and some of our other analyses suggest is that this surprise signal. Is this you know. Oh that violated my expectations signal that the animals learn is being driven by top down inputs. So that suggests that the entire model model that they have for the world that they're learning is a hierarchical model where it's actually the higher order parts of the network. If you will for machine machine learning people you can think of it. As the upper layers of the network that are actually detecting the violation of the expected statistics and then they are communicating that back down the hierarchy hierarchy to the lower layers of the

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"blake blake" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Ted. We're in a hotel. Just put in a complaint for. I thought you're still going. Okay. Blake Blake her leg. Mum. Katie break a leg and tell Blake to Blake a leg. And then look Whitney's here. Miserable. Ever to me. Did you just touch her tummy? Did I did? Good. You're talking about me Blake. Brandies back there. Okay. Everybody say by mom. Love you. Mom, gotta go. She's so funny. Okay. Here we go. We got rapidly. Gotta wrap it up puts it on one QNA quest. Swing dance. Caitlyn? But we can do that. We we can do that on the outgrow. Okay. Let's with a couple of QNA's rapid, right? We got some good questions here. Let's just start off with a bang, Kaitlyn. Does Jason's hair move when you guys have sex. No. The answer is. Question blake. What is your favorite friends episode who am I? Who am I I know Caitlyn's yours or mine is the one with the tape the sex tape. You know, what that is? I don't know what the actual name of it the one the sex. That's funny. Yeah. That was a good one. That's my favorite that was it. You guy. We've gone.

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"blake blake" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Walking around the whole court everyone on the Clarksville for Tennessee was just gator chomp and right in the student's section doors. Right. Oh my God. That's just tremendous. But that's college though. Habit. If I was I was them. I will do the same thing. If I were them. I would do the exact same thing. And do it women chest. Heart without with say, a woman chess and chop it. All right. We'll put the Gators. Volunteers. Put them on the train mine is someone I'm not even a big fan of you. Rarely will hear me say, I don't like an athlete. Right. It might be situation might be team at times. But I'll never tell you that dislike ever strong dislike for John. I do not like Blake Griffin by Griffin besides this petty. You Blake Griffin overall is petty. There's no he was he's penny has a clipper he's putting now's piston just a guide that tries to get away with stuff that makes you want to go after him. And he is very easy to dislike Blake Griffin. I just put it that way very easy to dislike. So here's his latest nonsense. Here. Blake Griffin is warming up on the on the floor as the pistons get ready to take on the clippers as Blake Griffin finished his warm up. Steve Balmer, the owner of the clippers was on the sideline watching and waiting. When bomber saw Griffin finish. He started walking towards him. Blake saw bomber and sped up running away to the pistons locker room as bomber yell. Blake Blake with his hand out trying to shake his hand net is so typical Blake Griffin is also typical for him to pretend like it didn't happen running into..

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"blake blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Guilty. You know, you're wrong. You do the conditions that supposedly and by the end, this is a felony charge. This felony charge gets erased from your record in this case. It was so important for this felony charge to be a race from this kid's record because if he had a felony. He couldn't get a good job if you had a felony. He couldn't go to college. If he had a felony. He couldn't get good housing. And these were all things that he wanted to do he admitted he knew that he made a mistake in all he wanted was a second chance. So if a DA doesn't agree to expunge what probation every once in a value. Get an opportunity to ask the judge if they would consider overrule into the as. Decision. And if judge driver had been here in this case, there was absolutely no doubt. He would have overruled it. He would have said. Oh, yeah. This is a kid. That's made a mistake recognizes mistake that he's made. And he's ready to make it right? He can have expunge probation. Travel was dead. And I had a different judge. And I knew Imahara hearts that this judge would never would never give this kid expendable probation in the frustration. Just grew in me in the more. I talked to the about it. The more smug. He seemed to be and this would answer me why he did the crime. He's gotta do the time. It kept saying that over and over and over to me, and it just feels inside of me the Englewood, so. Then all of a sudden I snapped. And I put down my foul, and I pointed my finger and his. And that's it. Blake Blake, blah, blah..

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"blake blake" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"I'm sorry. I can't think of an see. No, no, no, no, don't apologize. That's your top passionless, right though. That's the stuff you love to do the most. When it comes to work. We're not talking about pet rocks and hobby level stuff. We're talking about work. You can get paid for that. You really enjoy? Let's let's just go across the aisle to talent. What you do better than anything else? If there were two or three things that everybody that knows Brian super, well, I interviewed them as it. Tell me what he does better than emails. What are they gonna tell me go? Probably connecting with people on I can read people pretty well. Especially after two times of beating us what kind of person they are good. What else how they're gonna wear on a situation on? Talent. Sorry. Hey, are you good with numbers? Are you pretty good at math? Have you always been good at math or accounting classes, stuff like that? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. So why didn't you tell me Ken? I'm really good at math. I'm good at number. Yeah. I'm I'm good at math, especially if I have a calculator right there in front of me to help, you know, help make sure everything's correct. Yeah. What else do you do really? Well, a couple of things that you do really really well. I'm good at finding an answer to a problem. I will if I if I have an interest in it. I will research it see now do you see where we're starting to to to tie up to the passion line. You see how that's cutting Bryan? You've been even beat del lately. With your confidence heavy. Oh, yes. Oh, yeah. You starting to see you starting to see the actually you're really talented. You actually work created to do something. You see how this is matching up? We use our talent to perform our passion. The sweet spot is the intersection of our greatest talent what we do best. And our greatest passion what we love to do most. I just saw the connection. Let's review you sit on your top passions is helping people on your top towns is connecting with people. You're able to read people thinking we got ourselves a real nice connection here. Then you said I love crunching budgets, personally, you know, to to to see stability to put a plan together. Oh, wait a second. Let's look at talent. You really good at math and numbers. You give you a calculator and a big old bunch of numbers. You can make a pattern out of it. Can't you you can find a rhythm. All right. Then you said I love researching to make a process better. And then I said, well, what's another talent? You said while I'm really good at finding answers. You give me a target, and I can go find any answer. So have we come up with a job right here right now? No. But we're a lot closer. So here's your homework assignment. I want you. I'm going to put you on hold and Madison is going to send you the very first. This is just the pilot version we've been testing this with several listeners, and it's not finished. But it has all of the techniques we just started. And it's going to walk you through how to write a purpose? And the reason I want you to do this Brian and just follow the directions in this PDF. We're going to do very simple. Very simple. But this is what you need to finish. What we just started. And you're going to write a purposes I'm gonna use my top talents of blank blank blank. And we've got that. Connecting number. Members math and finding answers or research to help people. And then you gotta fill this out. Blake Blake Blake, blah, blah, blah, whatever it is. I think you're in a situation where you're super close to figuring this out. So right the purpose sentence and then keep writing it. And it's going to get more detailed every time, you erase it and write it over. But I as I'm staring at this. There's no question in my mind. That you probably need to pursue a role where you are a financial counselor potentially a investment adviser. You know, looking at people situation, you know, maybe you can help out an insurance. You know, you're a guy who maybe even a.

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Jacksonville shooting victims identified as former high school football player

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Jacksonville shooting victims identified as former high school football player

"One of two people who were killed in a mass shooting at a video game tournament in Jacksonville Florida was twenty two year old Elijah Clayton of Woodland, Hills he, was a, former football player at Calabasas high school and. Chaminade high school in west hills the sheriff of Jacksonville Mike. Williams says the gunman targeted his victims specifically inside the g. l. h. f. game. Bar the suspect loss of water excuse me past patrons who were in. Other parts of the business and focused his attention only gamers now there's no known motive for the shooting but the reports that the gunman twenty, four year old David Katz of Baltimore had recently lost a one of his victims cats then committed

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"blake blake" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The food taste good you're like hey we're going to open this restaurant next tuesday right we haven't really tested the food we don't really know if the food's that good but by gosh we're gonna get this restaurant open sometimes in life you don't get that second golden look sometimes in life you don't get that second opportunity sometimes doing a bad job or did incorrect is worse than slowing down the business doing what you're doing now with excellence and getting everything really in line and keep it simple and getting those processes and checklist in place also also i know this doctors elast can't how many kids do you have three and i mean this and i'm i'm not just saying this on the show but i mean this he has three kids who speak very highly about him when i've been around them and i'm not prompting them i'm just talking about life and abo and bridget i've know that more than the other blake blake but i know bow and bridget pretty well i don't i don't know blake blake and probably half dozen occasions but i know bridget very well and you could have expanded your optometry clinic into other states but you chose to wanna be home in your local city more so you could see though blake and bridget by the way are you says of bees or what happened there just happened it wasn't like i didn't wake up and go we be man i take what i'm saying is you could have opened up and multiple states but for the benefit of your family you chose not to i would argue with your auto auction the system is very solid now so you probably could have or you've had probably opportunities to go open up and other states but you've got you quality of life probably as much as you've allieu finances or more i think value i think value time freedom and time to invest with your family more than you've value money career.

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"blake blake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I don't know i mean i think they're all dead can't go see somebody who's dead you what maybe george strait that'd be that'd be great one yeah corinna is blake shelton or is it somebody who taylor swift money it's ring sam is it depeche mode well no i don't think so i don't think i would do it you would never sing on the radio not live i don't think because you actually were singing backup when i made fun of macklemore that time yeah that was not live which by the way rocked that was an awesome rap that i did i should probably dig it up carry live at one time sam did yes when when you were trying to do that that lion king thing and you had heard seen that one it wasn't singing no no corinna are you back who who would you sing for tickets for national insurance play taking phone calls very busy you think it'd be blake blake shelton here's yeah yeah i've worked with her for years i had no idea that she was a big taylor swift fan no that you should you should get to know us more take us not much here's one eight hundred three eight three i do plenty of people one eight hundred three.

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"blake blake" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"But i was really kind of bummed that he didn't know i thought yeah i kinda actually was i was really surprised on that one he was a grocery store i'm not going to say slide into your dm's i was gonna say something about melons and her melons weren't big enough no oh yeah just getting stupid the joke you were gonna make gonna say you he can come and touch your melon yet yeah you should have just said it do you know what podcast for kinda lighten up late night enough drink that palm bay over there hey it's pretty good yes wait don't say that i said pompey pay me amy palm bay anyways okay who else chicken suit chris he got a rose he got a rose blake blake blake blake blake came in on the ox came in on the horse of i'm like okay no what now with the we get it you're overcompensating okay you brought in the horse and an ox now inox but i do kind of like them i like them together yeah you'll be top three okay yes what these bold statements serious i gotta make got into what i wanna do a pool but you can't do that on night one you've got to have at least one more episode but i'm saying blake top three blake garrett garrett colton colton and oh can we talk about langley and he was the one he called him area at the end.

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"blake blake" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Again that's funny just because i think ryan reynolds is charming and it is fun that he can make fun of himself i think that's great but i don't know didn't he marry a lantis morrissett a while back i don't know if they were married but they were together for a long time dated atlanta she dated scarlett johansson and who is now blake blake lively they got a couple of kids couple cut damn that dig so i guess how long do you guys think until in the mainstream meta becomes trite do you think i mean i think it kinda did happen like i think that twenty already they're pretty much i mean twenty two jump street i think people were like okay this went too far in this one i think it still works because ryan reynolds is great but what do you guys think is it is i mean i don't even like in rick and morty when they do the meta jokes what do you mean because you were pretty clear that like you wanted to make sure that in cabin in the woods there was a difference between like like piss takes of yourself and then met us what do you what do you mean by meta here yeah good point all right so i guess i mean just yeah just incessantly breaking the fourth wall or i don't even like there's some jokes in this like the whole dub step joke i don't even understand what that joke is like do they still have dub step note dub step is for postseason than they are playing dub style because they were saying that it was dc film dc the dc movies head up step in them oh i didn't catch that yeah it was the first before the first time he fights cable i think that's when they they queued the dub step thing because he made that comment yeah i thought it was because dub step is in the like in the future cable knows about dub step and all the people that know about that listen to doug seven the future sees a little bit so i took it.

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"blake blake" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Science for the People

"Can you talk about the two modes of infection here those two major motzener as a few smaller ones l disco to the bigger ones i so bonus indeed what you get from being bitten buying flea or maybe by lice or by dick if it's kerry said victoria it might actually inject it into your underneath your skin or your tissue bacteria than migrates to your lymph system that sort of a drain system that's your whole body a you know lymph nodes from the sinks underneath your needs to joel or in your groin area so it would migrate those places multiple multiply there until you have like this huge booth which is fred abundant placates name from just sort of sitting on the nature skin bacteria was very highly concentrated at some point it would break through your whole body in you would likely die from the disease so that's to be blake blake then there's also airborne plague you get that's by chance of if you had already have boning play kids sometimes escalates into demonic form gets into your lungs and started coughing plague like like the flu accepted it's really releasable so while bubonic plague zinc about forty percent of the people died that goddess dip demonic and basically everybody dies when she was started cuffing other people might pick it up and get it into their lungs directly than to have also been moaning blake and they can spread further those forms of transmission to yeah declined to bid minor so the you can get plagued by eating blake infected meat.

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"blake blake" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"Friends us why it's called fans right because they're fanatics they they get into a they love their team support their team they never they're not interested in seeing a sick individual athletes point of view the matter who it is just it's just the way it's always burma and i think to your point you know or or bronze every said about blake blake as i said blake when the boat one night in brentwood woke up in downtown detroit here no control over that i mean he got his contract from the from from the clippers got a now go planned detroit nobody fans don't fans are meant and are built to think about the fact that now blake's got like fly detroit he is nowhere to live family a family in la their leave his family girlfriend france will give a sheet about that in a liar we don't give a shit like okay dental care to think about like okay now blake is probably living in like the greek town casino downtown detroit right now with have no clothes but the work every day buster's hasn't price in but he's a guy with feelings fans don't don't think about that and end up so the public is like world we're room for a team we want to see him win let's all so they care about is it's it's not it's not right but it it it's kind of is where it is necessary fans of fans like but but owners should i think do a better job of understanding then speaking.

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"blake blake" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on The Jump

"This way because there isn't it got close to the kids to boast about what we're we're the leak stops this is unfair the boy grabbed and andre drummond era the motor city firing on all cylinders it is early we're gonna keep saying that it's early but last night they deeply beat the blazers much twenty they are fornos since the trade three you know when he actually put his pistons are neck and neck with the sixers for the eastbound the east how seriously do take this team alkuz boost to merge the playoffs when we look at the chemistry used to afford news with a similar so would the andrei was door with blake blake was used to come and bill door fancy lost a dj on drew roman plays that similar roumman these are kind of player like these guys will strictly in the paint guys car flyers is no surprised great comes be right now that's the most important thing because everything else can kind of be changed wrapped they are heavily invested in these two guys on longterm max von threats for the next three or four years these guys got to work together already there with the two returns are positive and secondly and those is going to sound strange but forever reason avery bradley was it working playing with them when the avery bradley play they were negative plusminus so even not having avery bradley on the court not that i'm taking a shot at him but just didn't work there there've been gotten better with your perimeter play because they resigned the courts are the combination of those two things have helped them be incredibly impressive unease first four games i'm just gonna say it better be working out this is the youngest blake's going to be this at the least you're going to have salary committed to and you get roll.

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"blake blake" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"The main theme ensue your poor wheel another second opinion so you ago you were second opinion zone gonna job curtains turnoff nights then a gun and was on ten and night weighs down for an internet thing so there is the review have to rag when you recommend a movie even though it's so two five stars birds zero you're rude wins than it's going to do that this will be in the day with all good exactly noon the people who poll you're bringing the unit i wanted to turn my chair around you know what i mean well when you the voice i'm blake blake shelton you want to do the voice or could go ahead no not me i wanted to term i i to have them i might seem i've never watched it that was good you aspiring with your specifics or turn the chair in hurt on your team.

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"blake blake" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"Some saying but row i think there's still some work to be done some room to be seen from blake griffin as a 3point shooter for detroit this puts a ton of pressure on guys lay stanley johnson reggie bullock lukin art i don't think you're done though i think they got as smith the what hair hair highs but the actual she goes on the wiggs like unique but you need wings and they don't have a lot at like this does take away a lot of depth for them and they didn't have a ton to begin with i do agree with with trader like i'd probably not done making a move yeah i think they're gonna make more more move because they're just wing heavy um and then also with the rehab loves reggie jackson returning uh should be interesting i don't know how blake blake is really not doing well with mall um um god that need the ball constantly and reggie jackson does a bad job with that so i i'm pretty i'm not i'm not actually restrooms reggie is not the easiest person to deal with two right i'm just saying he just doesn't connect with you would think him in under joint would have more lob connections he he normally makes a lot of bab plays in the half court i mean he's offense of minded guy i mean i've always preferred for fergie them as a undersized to guard um play it should be interesting when he does return to the to the team but i mean ish mystery have those guys at least in a successful situation for a little while but hopefully they make another trade that they can actually.

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"blake blake" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"And that's probably change this year it looks like he's been more mature from afar the ways plane in iranian army work gassing i guess but um i bet they want to see how he handles a success this offseason and what what is his mindset coming in next year who'd we have what kind of leader do we have there now do you ever your watched the good place the show on nbc ted danson an and khorasan bell i've stopped watching network television shows because they they they played of the mass audience so much and which means are stupid this landslide hinder watch like the cable shows in the netflix chills i am kyw iin this one's right there i'm in that boat this one is unique and i actually i was very reluctant to pick it up because it just yeah it's it you know it's on nbc and like i don't know it's it's an nbc show they just do a bunch of donald dramas about chicago it seemed like than they had this other show um be i picked it up like a couple of months ago and it's a half hour long so it's easier to find time to watch it and it's it's really good but the reason tug that is is there's just like a running blake bortles joke throughout that show and it's kinda like real ideal blake blake boral's it's kind of like a punchline well it it it's like may not always be that way yeah i don't timoc carver was the punchline in broadcasting for a long time and i think he was one of the most respected broadcasters within broadcasting.

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"blake blake" Discussed on Outliers

Outliers

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"blake blake" Discussed on Outliers

"Entrepreneurs and listening to this podcast what would you say one reason for them to become an entrepreneur and may be one reason for why they should not try entrepeneurship like if the kind of a blake blake we've defined jasa the first thing is if the entrepreneur must be very very passionate about what they're doing you know you have to be interested in work you're trying to pursue yesterday i ran for the inauguration of the bible corn nut job center sports excellence and the young entrepreneur the could oh who started this enterprise is so passionate about sports the ramp shaw he will be it'll you got to really you've got to enjoy what you're doing if you're just doing it for the sake of starting a company or if you're starting a company just for the stick seacot existing that company i'm not so sure there to entrepreneur acting up to entrepreneurial as to enjoy and be very passionate or both way stopping that germany and more importantly you got to endure their journey for some distance and you ordering enjoyed that distance and is going to be full of challenges so you got that's fitted of challenge i'm judy the deep sense of both was as to why you are starting their business so i jedi would daily entrepreneurial whatever that ideal you know you must really have some the building selfinterest to pursue that idea so you know the the young entrepreneurs i saw in that stocked up competition.

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