35 Burst results for "Boswell"
Powerful derecho flattens corn fields weeks before harvest
"The devastation that ripped through the corn belt about a couple of weeks ago. They call it the ratio winds over 100 Mile an hour, taking out millions of acres of corn and soybeans. Billions and billions of bushels of the grain across Iowa and Illinois as well. Sometimes pictures don't do justice to what you can see in person. That's why on the line, Ryan Boswell joins us. He's a general adjuster. Commercial property claims an agribusiness division with nationwide and Ryan. You're right there on the ground, taking a look at all the damage. Can you describe what you're seeing? And and just how widespread it is? Yes, Hi. It's expensive and devastating. There's structure and corrupt and tree damage. It really looks like a like a freight train route through and just wiped everything out. You know, it covers a swat probably across 100 miles north to south, and I think it traveled damage over 200 biology's the West with the worst part in central Iowa. What's a large grain bins and large strange structures scrunched in like soda can building destroyed during equipment down and it's a bit overwhelming gravity to some of those towns. As you assess the damage of the corn fields. Will any of it be salvageable? And what does harvest look like A This point son of the corn will be Selvi someone some of that's just laid over, some of the farmers will be able to pick it up with their with their corners. But that boy is going to take a lot longer than normal to go one way in the field. No, some of that corn that's completely flat on the ground. Unfortunately, that's not going to be salvageable. So and I think the years they're going to be down here in central Iowa. As a result of that there is still some good crops in the area that'll be able to be harvested. But if we're going to take a toll and look a little different for harvest, so you mentioned a lot of those storage facilities were crushed like 10 cans. How much of a concern his storage going, Toby. It's both commercial and farm. Dream storages is a concern. You know, handle. I'm on the cover flag agribusiness sites in the large gray no leaders. I only have 11 Grain elevator had about 27 locations. Dana's They lost around 16 million bushels of The grain storage. You know, they've got another 5 to 10 million that they can't even access because Phil equipment's down and that sort of thing nationwide. We have brought in several large demolition and grade salvage contractors to assist with the clean up some of the demolition. As well as the grain recovery efforts to minimize the grain and also Again to help get as much of that storage rebuilt before artist as possible.
Investigator: Body had 'exact clothing' as missing toddler
"Megan Boswell said her fifteen month old daughter Evelyn was wearing when she went missing the revelation made at a quickly arranged court hearing Monday a judge raise Meghan Boswell's bond to one hundred fifty thousand dollars he's charged with filing a false report in the case an autopsy of the body found Friday is the still
Missing toddler's remains believed to be found
"Tennessee authorities believe they found the remains of a missing fifteen month old Evelyn Boswell investigators discovered human remains while searching a property belonging to a family member of Evelyn's mother yesterday previous searches in Wilkes county had come up empty the toddler went missing in December but wasn't reported missing until February Evelyn's mother Morgan Boswell was arrested this past week for giving false information about her daughter's
Missing toddler's remains believed to be found in Tennessee
"Authorities are awaiting autopsy results after remains of a missing fifteen month old girl believed to be found in Tennessee the Tennessee bureau of investigation in Sullivan county sheriff's office said they believe they found Evelyn Mae Boswell Friday an amber alert was issued for her February but she has not been seen since at least December the remains were found on the property of a relative of Evelyn's mother the mother was charged with filing a false report February twenty fifth that after authorities say she gave inaccurate and conflicting statements authorities say the investigation is on going and they have not announced any additional arrests or
Remains of missing toddler Evelyn Mae Boswell believed found in Tennessee
"Staying in Tennessee authorities have found the remains of what they believe belong to a fifteen month old girl who was the subject of a seventeen day search across three states investors investigators say they believe they found Evelyn Mae Boswell an amber alert was issued for her last month but she hadn't been seen since at least December the remains were on a property of a relative Evelyn's mother Evelyn's mother was charged with filing a false report last month after authorities say she gave inaccurate and conflicting statements authorities say the investigation is ongoing and have enough of having officially announced any arrests or
Missing toddler's remains believed to be found
"I sad discovery in Tennessee where authorities found what they believe are the remains of a missing fifteen month old girl selling county sheriff Jack Cassidy says they found the remains of what they believe are the remains of Evelyn Mae Boswell on land owned by a relative of the child's mother the remains will be sent for an autopsy and positive identification at this time the investigation is in the very early stages there's a lot of work left to be done and right now this is the extent of what we what we can provide the child hasn't been seen since last December her eighteen year old mother Meghan was arrested last week and charged with filing a false
Remains thought to be missing 15-month-old found in Tennessee
"More heartache in Tennessee with the remains of a fifteen month old girl have been found an amber alert for Evelyn made Boswell was issued a couple of weeks ago authorities in Sullivan county said the child had not been seen since at least December the toddler's mother was arrested last month on a charge of filing a false report police say she has impeded the investigation
Missing toddler's remains believed to be found
"Authorities in eastern Tennessee have found the remains they believe belonged to fifteen year old Evelyn may process well who was the subject of a seventeen day search across three states including here in North Carolina Tennessee bureau of investigation saying that remains will be sent to autopsy for autopsy and positive identification authorities found the missing toddler in Sullivan county in eastern Tennessee's northern quadrant yesterday on property near blood veil that is owned by a relative of Evelyn's mother the child's mother eighteen year old Macon Boswell was arrested last week in North Carolina and related charges inaccurate and conflicting statements authorities say impeded the
"boswell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I fixed he argued I paid for why don't you get your own type right so I did then I got another and then another and then another and the next thing I know I'm collecting and restoring old manual type and I started writing in the process of that I realized writing on a typewriter way more in writing on a computer one day I'm typing away on the typewriter writing heaven knows what I'm thinking this is great I also start thinking about the Boswell list what if I can come up with ninety nine reasons why a typewriter is better than a computer so put a piece of paper typewriter and I started and here's what I came up with I'm gonna go through the list some of them are a little redundant fact that summer absolutely and for those of you who've never typed on a typewriter you're just going to have to use your imagination and for those of us old enough to have type I think some of these things might strike a chord speaking of which the number one reason is there are no power chords to no cords connecting to a printer.
"boswell" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"In just the carnage and it just blows me away and even just riding with those guys here like through traffic and watch them onto sense. It's no I won't. I won't miss that because it's it really is crazy. Shoot that I I I think about cost team. Kart the back of the tax lease the voice of Radio to. You're the Tour de France to remind us to tell you. This episode is supported by outside society. A hundred and fifty thousand people in the UK living with dementia and that number is predicted to rise. Two million by twenty twenty five outside society works to help people who are living with the disease by giving them and their families support while also working to find a cure. Well it's the star of New Year. Richard it's a time when we look ahead themselves challenges for the months ahead outside. The society had a series as a charity cycling events for riders of all abilities. That people can take part in in two thousand twenty. They do indeed for beginners. There's a London to Brighton. Right on September Timbre the thirteenth with foes raiders taking on the fifty four mile. Challenge a challenge that we're familiar with Lionel. Having done Similar van last year if finishes on on Brighton seafront. There are three night writer events in June and July in London Liverpool and Bristol. which take you through the night? Yeah well from memories of the London underwriten intermediate level. Reid might want to take on ride London on August sixteenth. This is pretty much as big as it gets. UK thirty thousand riders tackling. A one one hundred mile course on closed roads finishing in front of Buckingham Palace or there's Birmingham on June twenty-first one hundred miles long and on closed roads in the West Midland's on for the experienced writers. There's a multiday challenge the four day. London Paris right and July or the nine day deloitte right across Britain one of the toughest around. I know a few people who've done that actually takes you from land's end to John grow so if you're looking for a brilliant cycling challenge this year checkout Alzheimer's Dot Org don't you K...
"boswell" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"A chow nearly free Branchini monte-carlo this week. Speaking French really are you was the last week I was in a meeting. Room could acapulco this week is Monte Carlo. Oh Yeah you're in your interesting one. Another one eligible fuses could Kingston. So I'm keeping up mostly. What is the last? What was our joke last year? But someone in the WAILERS catacomb Rhumba Marley. Yeah there was there was there was a writer data name. You couldn't pronounce your pronouncing Superman Superman on the way Lewis. Maybe you live next week from Kingston. Well is it. or it. Could Be King Kingston Kingston. UK of course may not necessarily Kingston Jamaica. Will you'll be avoiding Kingston. UK Sava then Daniel West against UVA massine. Are you in your your your shared working space in Berlin correct. Ah Excellent under her you Lionel. Good thanks how to quite busy week or so. Since returning from our winter break have we got all the Russell from last week. Do you think rustled star was the laws we have like a chain wouldn't quite on the sprocket neatly. Wasn't it just sort of rattle throughout the whole episode slow slow moving coaxing labral clear. Clear that this week. It's not going to be any better but I'm On early corrections corner for twenty twenty for me. Few few of you got in touch to say that Gary Thomas on a rival podcast said that he would would not be writing the year that he'd be deterred fronts. I yeah in touch live during the podcast and said Richard. No you're talking rubbish. I don't. I'm not sure that you did. Although I mean there's evidence they are for that we could go back and listen. Buck wouldn't encourage anybody to did. I think the hair hang on guys. You'll both proving my point. which is the the the the machinations and the speculation about who any? Oh She's leaders are going to be at the grand tours he's just it's it's a giant red hair. It's not because I actually know now because I got in touch with a senior source team any else whose name is Brielle for it and I put it to him. That guarantee would be writing the Chiro with Richard carapaces and he said what are the chances of that zero percent twenty five percent fifty percent or one hundred percent announced it came back a very definitive zero percent which doesn't leave room regular journalism. He didn't ask favorites that he puts it today. Breath the Gareth Thomas would be writing gestures. A suggested they should buy. This is like some kind of terrible. I TV game show from the eighties cashed percent. Hang on if you'd say last eight pro walk. What percentage chances Agam Ben are going to be the ride the leader at the Chiro? It would have been one hundred percent and he ended up being no percent. That is my entire point. We don't know and they line up on the Stover Lionel. What I would say is that actually those are actually doing plug arrival podcast? But I did detect in this rival. PODCAST I won't mention that Luke rule who co presents this podcast did. He seemed to be hinting. That guarantees which might result Desire in the team for him to ride the. That's what I was kind of picking up on however th- that's not even a hint co Netto was just won't Annetta the music planet by matric. There's a subtext invite subtypes. If you've played it backwards like Madonna record this this. You will ride the Jiro but no. He's writing the tour so as Edinburgh. How and Chris from if he makes progress? He's working extremely hard at to get back to fitness buff. I take from this. Which is interesting is that it doesn't appear to be guaranteed that Christopher will go through the tour it will depend on his recovery which is while he's on the Diane on the back foot well four months for further speculation about T- mini Austin who's going to lead teams at Jira and the Tour I? It's not currently I god. This is not currently planned for him throughout the Chiro. Anyway but we'll see what happens. It was what will what can you definitively Lee tell us has happened Lionel. Well I can I can stick to the mostly factual news roundup if you If you prefer the Australian road race championships are taking place in Victoria Aurea. Amanda Spratt won her third title. She seems to be in the habit of winning in an Olympic year because our previous titles were in two thousand twelve and twenty sixteen. The men's inch race was won by Cameron. Meyer ahead of Mitcham Scott Teammate Lucas. Hamilton's a first interruption chops. I wasn't aware until the weekend Australian astles taking place in the same course for twenty something years. Yeah Did you feel about that. I mean obviously the reasons the reasons why that happens mainly logistical impractical and it becomes after a while it becomes very difficult to to move it and it becomes even quite difficult difficult to move the finish line at the finish line different point on the circuit. But I'd seen quality people very grief to this fact but I don't think it's it's so terrible as long as the hill on the course of some description and there's been a reasonable variety of win. Is there that beneficial sprinted typewriters and and pump yeah and under nearly plug we've gotten into gigante who won the women's race last here on won the time trial this year and the Australian nationals in the second podcast femina which comes out later this week. I mean maybe I mean every year in Australia Liam Winds Daniel. Is that what you're objecting to anyway on a more serious note the one of the big stories from Australia as they bushfires whichever affected large parts of the countryside and and the towns and I'd be interested to know whether that would have any impact doc on the tour down under in Adelaide which kicks off next week or the Herald Sun tour in Melbourne shortly afterwards And somebody drew my attention to an air quality matt which seems to indicate that the air quality around Adelaide is pretty good at the moment but in Melbourne in where the Australian Open tennis championships are due to take place imminently in fact there in the qualifying stages at the moment players have been struggling with the smoke in the air. I'm I been interested in just the impact of the environment on professional cycling. Also professional cycling's impact on the environment. Armant really since one of our friends at the PODCAST Posed a question to us during the two to France last year. And I'm actually working on an episode about what about the climate crisis and professional cycling. I've been talking to some climate scientists. This week episode will come out in. To course I've found the more that I've investigated issue. The less the less clear I I am on things. That pretty complex. Very broad issue. I'm it was very interesting. walloping speaking to people who have real deep knowledge and expertise on the subject to Kinda quickstep released a press. Release this week saying that. They were aiming to become the first carbon neutral cycling team Hashtag. Of course it starts with us. I'm going to try to become Green Sustainability is going to be at the heart of what they do in the press release. They they worked out that the carbon footprint of the team is twelve hundred ninety-eight tons of co two which is the equivalent of driving a car. One hundred seventy nine times around the world or five hundred and thirty nine reflect return flight flight between Brussels and New York and the amount of forestation required to capture. The amount of the I two is the equivalent of around three thousand nine hundred nine. Football pitches they steve basically done this. They found this out calculated this rather in association with Co Two logic who are now on my list of people to speak to for this climate change issue would become a would be some feet. Wouldn't it become completely. Carbon neutral. Gave some of the figures there but I think the podcast couple years ago. I spoke to one team manager politician and he said that they were spending over half a million euros as a year on fuel for the teams Oh Yeah I mean. It's it's vast isn't there. Were a couple of initiatives that the current quickstep are are going to be undertaking in order to kind of offset that carbon footprint and We'll get to this issue in more detail in a future episode rather than rather than trying to paraphrase now but the perspective from the climate scientists. I've spoken to so far. All of whom have an interest in professional cycling so there in talking with a bit of a knowledge of the sport whether as well as fans of the sport so yeah well listen out for that in hopefully not too long long maybe a two or three weeks time anyway on with news Another Belgian team lawsuit all have announced they are banning alcohol at all races and and training camps the exceptions. We'll be right as birthdays victories and special occasions which makes me wonder whether something like stage. Three of the four days of Dunkirk who now be deemed a special occasion What would be the what would be the criteria for a special occasion? Calmest again breakaway. Yeah it's an interesting one Thomas Wash Thomas again breakway. Cause for celebration in the team into every every team meeting Thomas against it's told to get in the breakway. Yeah we we've seen we've heard this kind of thing before and actually have a vague memory of of Lotto marshawn manager having to address this issue. Maybe about ten years ago I know the. HTC see they they banned alcohol Bob Stapleton when he took over that team won the polls they ban alcohol except when the team won Nothing is fairly common but I think traditionally when we have heard about a bit of a sort of not drinking coach the drinks thanks flowing a bit a bit more freely than you would maybe expect among the staff. It's been in the Belgian teams in this case the way it's been reported this is at least partly a response to what happened with Kevin diverse staff member. He was not performance and manager last year and the Vuelta Alta wasn't that he was he was sent home. Just before the Vuelta last year John Malone. WHO's the new boss of? The team is knee so stepping into Mark Saltzman. Shoes this year He has made a very valid point. People may be required to drive suddenly staff members may be required to drive vehicles But yeah it will be maybe a culture change for more for the stuff than than the writers you know who probably all I used to. The mechanics are probably used to finishing shift quite late at night and then having a having a beer at the end of their working day but Well that SAN new policy I'm This particular story is making me wince. Just thinking about having to read out Chris. Hamilton of team Sun Web will miss the the tour down under because he ruptured a testicle in a training crash a couple of weeks ago he said on instagram. Yep fellows just as painful as do you think is I think we'll leave it there but that does the human body is quite quite vulnerable in crashes but that's one of the more painful well certainly one of the more. I watering injuries. I've heard about. Yeah no rather get well soon. Chris absolutely well. Finally Bannon is the Austrian writer has retired at the age of thirty eight Joined Mapei in two thousand one with power off the map development team in two thousand and two contemporary Fabio Unconscious Laura Laura Filippo Alto Mick Rogers..
A Renewed Focus on Women Over 40
"I am all about this like renewed focus on women over forty. Okay this is a nice list. Is it nice. Oh Yes oh my what I think is nice is that we're finally putting the final Gaz on women over forty and I say that as somebody obviously not over over from not over forty but like I see you know. I'm knocking at his door. And I really has for the past few years having been a million in meetings focus groups Press events where it's all about this we've completely thrown our brand in the trash to appeal to the millennial customer her. That did not your street. Yes everything is about millennial customer I think technically I am a millennium. Older millennial That's that's for sure but it's like guys I understand you have to be relevant. I understand you cannot ignore this. Tremendous Group of people. millennials are going to the biggest group like second to boomers something. Consumers are dying off Lovey boomers but it feels almost like slavish devotion to people who don't necessarily early give them back. You know a return on their investment. So where are you seeing. This renewed focus on women's forty in the beauty. Remember we went to that Lori. Alvin a few a few weeks ago. We sat this law relevant and they talked about how women over forty are basically underserved all your they say that we learned that seventy percent of women over fifty feel forgotten by the beauty and the ad sixty percent of them use makeup every day. Hey and I can attest to that. Having known knowing a lot of women over fifteen. Yeah like my mom wasn't getting out of the car without lipstick. No so so. The Nice thing is focusing on these and and it's like hello. Thank you coming out with a whole line devoted to this. We're all GONNA get older. I've been very reflective the past year. We're all getting older and the idea Zia of like you're no longer relevant. You're no longer visible I think you know we talk so much about inclusivity in this country right now but ageism is like like something that we're not comfortable talking about this year you started to see a twist inclusive Izzo Solorio is coming out with. I don't you can I other products. Okay they're coming out with products that are targeted for lipstick. That isn't you know it's called a perfect. Yeah perfect Foundation that covers without looking like a mask. I'm sorry we don't WanNa look like get the coverage but like highly Jenner. You know it's not about that airbrush kind of like instagram look Is there other things. Besides the L'OREAL affects the show. I'm there's you know whether or not this is really Gen. Ed Pours herself another good blog. got cannot wait to like drink freely again so There's a brand called called paws. which is all about menopause? Well aging Boswell. Instead of anti-aging he bought a brand. That's it's not necessarily skin care. I think it's supplements and I think vaginal dryness stuff. But that's taking it to another level but my point is it's normalizing the conversation conversation about aging. It's not ignoring women who honestly like some of my biggest hate. This Term Lake Ella. Crashes are women who are over forty over fifty and it just seems so crazy that we can talk about. You know inclusivity and we're still kind of like oh he's old Going Naughty starting out nice. We were positive it was nice. It's a nice. It's a nice reaction to I think and not a culture that you're looking audie in two thousand nine hundred you're starting to like together beauty industry exactly so we. Yeah we need to. We need to realize that you know people who are spending money money on makeup like they deserve more respect. I like
CBS Chicago investigation finds police raided the wrong homes
"Chicago police stormed a home looking for a drug dealer but they found instead was an innocent nine year old boy and his family Dave sabini reports a year long investigation by Chicago CBS television station WBBM found a disturbing pattern of wrongful police raids that often left children badly traumatized heavily armed officers carrying assault weapons and wearing body armor rate this home but instead they found then nine year old Peter Mendez at home with his family like my life just flashed before my Mendez says he and his little brother were traumatized during the raid as their father was handcuffed and guns were drawn on them all Chicago PD say they were acting on a tip from an informant who gave them this address as police tore through their apartment Peter's mom grab the ward she told the officers and they were in the wrong place Peter Mendez is one of twenty three children that we've met through our year long investigation whose home was wrongly rated by Chicago PD I was afraid and confused our investigation found a disturbing pattern in these cases Chicago police getting drug gun tips from informants then failing to verify the addresses before busting in on innocent families did not conduct any surveillance of the building correct that's correct officer Joseph Capello got the ward for the Mendez rate relying on a tip from a confidential informant at a deposition Capello admitted he failed to independently verify the tip the agenda was very persistent in the address and we went off what he was saying during our investigation we learned that over eleven thousand search warrants were approved by the state's attorney's office since two thousand sixteen but police tell us they're not keeping track of just how many times their department gets it wrong Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson do you have any contingency plans in place for when small children are present well yeah if we have small children in those situations their safety is paramount you know we don't try to traumatized but we just cannot know going in all the time at their small children seven year olds Amari Boswell was celebrating her four year old brother TJ's birthday when seventeen plainclothes officers stormed into her family's home I thank third day was gonna shoot me in my blanket and everybody else we found this was another case of a bad informing tip and police failing to investigate the suspect hadn't lived in the building for five years really hurting that day when they make you feel we feel like the boyish one the one where they were Peter is doing much better since we met him last year he's been in therapy and because of our investigation a law was passed in Illinois and named after him call the Peter Mendez active requires de escalation training for police officers who encounter children during dramatic situations like
Joe Haden reportedly dealing with minor ankle injury after being carted off at Steelers practice
"And talks to sign a new contract the Steelers website reported corner Joe Haden was carted off the field to practice today the Steelers told us there was an injury and all have more after the game on Friday NFL network reports is just a minor ankle injury was stepped on a practice parties Pouncey Vince waves but the pre among the vets who did not practice today pre season opens Friday at Heinz field Mike Thomas said Josh Dobbs will start at quarterback Ben Roethlisberger won't play and heard a few other veterans won't go response one Matthew right will alternate kicks Boswell today seven for seven including a pair of fifty plus
Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr convicted of raping homeless woman
"Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow junior has been found guilty of rape the verdict involving his accuser known as Jane Doe number two was read in San Diego County courtroom. We the jury in the above entitled cause, find the defendant Callum Boswell Winslow, the second guilty of the crime of rape by force or fear. The jury also found the son of San Diego, charger hall of Famer Kellen Winslow guilty of two other charges moving to separate women. The judge told jurors to resume deliberations on eight other undecided counts, but the jury sent back note in the late afternoon saying that they were deadly. Locked on all remaining
"boswell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Jim Boswell back with the NBA is wells college basketball, wrapped up in one John Calipari said the NBA's reported new proposal to lower the age limit the NBA draft eighteen will change college basketball for the better if adopted the Kentucky coach also says he's opposed to the baseball rule, which would require players to choose college basketball to stay in school for two to three years. Trey wingo on how Zion is pushing the league to chain. Let's be honest. He's an outward. Okay. Yes. I mean, he is an outlier. He is. He is a guy who at eighteen. I mean, literally. At eighteen years old looks like LeBron James at thirty four those those types of bodies don't happen, very often. So he may not be the reason this whole thing started. But to me, he's the reason the momentum is gaining Jason Fitz on how the new rule would hurt the college game. I will say loudly. This is a bummer for college basketball. Because ultimately what this means is the greatest of the great are going to skip the entire college prosper process and that worked for LeBron. It's obviously worked for Kobe and there's a handful of stars at its workforce. But part of the reason that Zion has been so special this year is because college basketball for generation for generation didn't get this. They didn't get a superstar player that came in and said don't worry I'll be in the NBA. But right now, I'm going to show how everybody how great colleges, and that's a loss of eyeballs for college basketball, which stinks for the future of that sport NFL. The Steelers have set parameters for Antonio Brown. Trade team would prefer to send him to an NFC team. Not in division. To the patriots GM. Kevin Culbert said the team will be judicious in how it selects Brown's potential destination. So let's say zone is the ultimate destination for AB. How does that impact? The cardinals drap PTI with these insights one quick thing. Thank God that the NFL of has an NBA kind of slant to try to make like a team of this guy Tonio Brown with Larry FitzGerald. Then you're drafting column or was he marketed or not Tyler Murray. He was. A lot of people knew who he was by the end of the year. The thing about calamari. How tall is he? I. Now, he's five ten okay. I grew after I got to be twenty one. I can't eat any Twenty-one Dwayne Haskins is six three. Ask over four thousand yet. If you have the number if you do this deal, you take him Haskins, and that's not a knock on calamari love them. But we know the situation with the new head coach for the Phoenix. Arizona Cardinals Haskins is getting overlooked at all this why the gentleman has been more greatly marketed. We would say Carla Murray, right? I guess so speaking of those two has skins will throw at the NFL draft combine he's the number five prospect on Mel kiper juniors big board tops among quarterbacks. The combine starts next week in Indy. So hill throw will Murray as well around the horn with this take on that subject buying both. It's not a big deal.
Remaining College Football Bowl Games with the Most Entertainment Value
"We're gonna talk about the college bowl games because there were some this weekend. Yeah. You and the other five people that watched the ball games. I'd like to talk about what you saw. So what was your best and worst from the bowl games? We can and who won the Louisiana New Orleans. Jumble. Aia bowl. Wait. What Louisiana's you said? A lot of words Louisiana New Orleans jambalaya bowl. Well in the cure bowl. I think is what you're trying to inform. Tulane beat Louisiana forty-one twenty four, but they were a lot of turnovers caused by Louisiana fumbles. And they thought they were gonna come back. It was actually pretty close game. But to kind of spread kind of got away from them and they play excellent on the offense deciding came back from those turnovers. So they took that game. That was my only in my bowl picks. That was my only loss. I got each other, right? Like, I said I picked Utah state to beaten North Texas. A just man had on them fifty to thirteen at half. It was thirty eight to seven like this game was over by that point. And I pick Fresno state to go over Arizona state in Francis did win they were the ranked team going to that thirty one twenty. They played really well themselves state did not have their best wide receiver who declared for the draft. So we wasn't not playing this game. His his agent actually paid for him to fly to the bowl game. So he wants them play which was kinda cool Georgia Southern parallelly beat eastern Michigan twenty three twenty one. They play. It was twenty one to twenty. And then it was a going into like two minutes of the game. It was a two minute drill. Basically. They drove down the field. All right down the middle. Just getting twenty twenty art play. And they go to win the game. So that was fun to watch. I picked to win that too. And then Appalachian state against. Middle Tennessee State. But it was apple has been ranked in the AP poll knows them as the team that beat Michigan. But they were ranked this you're actually at twenty five and I picked him to win and they won against forty five thirteen. So I am five in one at the moment. Oh, well, that's so good doing great. But don't. So what's next on tap the next? Are we going to watch the tomorrow, we have a Alabama Birmingham against northern Illinois in the that? I think I'm gonna say here Bundy, Boca Raton bowl. Yes. It is the book Raton bowl. My god. These names I love him. I love these bowl games. Who'd you pick for that one? Let me check like oh picks. Actually, I will check. I have a live idea. Really? No, no, no. I I always saved. My so Frisco bowl. I oh. Well, since Birmingham, Alabama ram wasn't a school wasn't a football program. One point and then won their conference this year. I picked on to go over northern Illinois to to win the Booker Raton. Yes. And then I think Wednesday also there is a big state versus Ohio in the Frisco bowl, which I pick Senegal state to win. But Thursday's the real bowl game that everybody's excited about the band Marshall and self mowers gasp. Up south Florida versus Marshall hell is a Gasparilla bowl. Sounds like something from the eighteen hundreds. But I picked south Florida to win that one I had to pick an underdog in. Anyways fridays. Also, Toledo versus Florida international. We'll talk and. Gotta talk about Chris Boswell on this thirteen misfield goals. Searcy lucky to not be fired today. I think he's lucky that so many other kickers are so bad that he's still like stands above the rest though, like in terms of being bed. I Mason Crosby look like Robbie gold. You know, the thing with that. Is there are so many acres who have been playing absolutely terrible that he's just lucky if they were there weren't so many other terrible terrible kickers. He would not be in
Raiders craft a day to remember in a season to forget
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Raiders crafted data remember in a season to forget by an Killian, call it. The revenge of the Coliseum every raiders game in Oakland. Feels like a week these days one final farewell to the memories in the moments that have filled Oakland Raiders history with most of the recent ones being largely forgettable for much of Sunday. It looked like game thirteen of the woeful twenty eighteen season was going to be just another whole home losing affair until the Coliseum rose up and said it shall not be. So that this was raiders versus Steelers, dammit for probably the very last time in Oakland, and it was going to be memorable. So after the raiders took the lead with twenty one seconds to play on a touchdown pass from Derek Carr, Derek carrier. And after the Steelers got into position to tie the game. Thanks to a forty three yard, hook and lateral. The old building. And it seeping innards went to work. Sunday's game took place in a chilling December ground fog that cast the Coliseum in gloom slicked the cracked concrete and suck moisture to the surface of the field. It was slippery out there Oakland running back. Jalen, Richard said, I was slipping it's always slippery. Here said tight end Jared cook, Pittsburgh kicker Chris Boswell trotted onto the field for the game tying field goal. Try planted his left leg and as he swung back. His right to kick his plant leg gave out from under him leaving dark Divet in the grass and the raiders filled with joy the raiders had won. They beat their historic rival, Pittsburgh twenty four twenty one for just their second win at home this year and third overall in the midst of the uproarious celebration on the field head coach Jon Gruden ran down to the black hole to high five the fans, it was the type of image that all the citizens of raider nation had in there. Minds when they got the news in January the Gruden was returning to Oakland. But there's been precious little to celebrate. I went to see my old friends all grownup Gruden said we're to in ten actually three in ten after the win. I wanted to thank them. It was an awesome seen today. I appreciate their support. They've been with us. No matter what it wasn't awesome seen black and silver mixed with black and gold. There might never have been so many opposing fans in the Coliseum for raiders game. Every play resulted in a roar from about half the crowd. I was surprised raiders receiver. Seth Roberts said I didn't know they traveled like that. Oh, they do the forty Niners can vouch for that. The Pittsburgh fans whose EM was dampened when quarterback Ben Roethlisberger went out with a rib injury and the offense stalled he came back in the game to orchestrate one. Go ahead. Touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter. And then got the team into field goal position with. That remarkable lateral play. But then the Coliseum rose up and did its work and rothlisburger exited without having one in Oakland leaving with an Owen four record. So Big Ben what were the field conditions like out there? Terrible. He said, but we knew that coming in. I shouldn't say terrible. I'm sorry. That's the wrong word the conditions weren't ideal. But our offensive coordinator Randy Fitch ner had addressed it all week and preached it every day to the offense. He said to make sure you have the right shoes. You saw how many times guys slipped out there? I think they might have slipped even more than we did Boswell said he's been using the same cleats since he'd been in Pittsburgh with seems a little crazy given the different conditions. Every NFL field offers, you can't blame anything Boswell said. It's his bad as it is for me as it is for anyone else. The kicker slippage is not going to go down in history with the immaculate reception or other great. Moments in the history of the two teams, but it gave fans a fun outcome in a woeful season. And the woes have continued the raiders are in position for the number three draft choice who will be making the decision. There was a story Sunday morning that general manager Reggie McKenzie would be departing the team after the season all the principles MacKenzie Gruden and owner Mark Davis, no commented on the story, which wasn't exactly groundbreaking. The assumption has been from the moment Gruden arrived and only reinforced as the season has unschooled that McKenzie would be on his way out sooner or later the players who MacKenzie drafted and that Gruden traded also were in the New Sunday receiver Amari Cooper had three touchdowns for Dallas including the game winner in overtime and two hundred seventeen yards on ten catches. The Cowboys are ready to put him in their ring of honor right now and Khalil Mack helped the bears beat the Rams on Sunday night football. A spot the Steelers raiders matchup got flexed out of partially because of max increased starpower. Meanwhile, the raiders sit tied for the worst record in the league with one game left in Oakland this season and ten thousand question marks about their status next season. The building is falling down around them on Sunday night, a janitor discovered to dead mice in the soda machine. In the press box, the one that dozens of people had been using to pour their drinks all day truth what a place, but on Sunday, it gave raiders fans at least one more memorable moment. A win courtesy of the dank damp Coliseum.
Steelers fall to Raiders as Chris Boswell falls on game-tying field-goal attempt
"Go to Oakland and lose yesterday. Unbelievable. Twenty four to twenty one Chris Boswell missed an extra point. But the story of this game for a while was Ben Rothlisberger getting hurts volume. He stayed out until they started to lose. And then he goes back in. Yeah. We'll ribbon DRAM in the fact that he was back on the sidelines. Sounds like he was cleared to come in. Mike Tomlin said later that. It was the game flow that the game at the time did not allow for him to return. You know, what our interpreted the bottom line? He went into the locker room to get X. Rayed checked out comes back. He's okay. Yeah. Not a great game for an Tonio Brown. Five for thirty five. Jersey was unbelievable though. Eight thirty three touchdowns thirty three points for juju. But the real story was how would this backfield shake out yesterday? Jalen Samuels, Stephen really, the answer was an overwhelming. Jalen Samuels is the guy Stephen really found the end zone, but he had five carries for four yards. One. Touchdown. Jalen Samuels, by the way, seven catches on seven targets of sixteen point two. If James Connor MRs next week and Adam Schefter reported it's possible play. But we'll find out later on. Then you have to figure. Jalen Sanyo's is an Rb to again this weekend's the
The Dolphins' Hook and Lateral: Is it the future of football?
"Dolphins. Six ninety nine touchdown was the longest touchdown with no time left to win a game in the Super Bowl era. That's good. Okay. Is the hook and lateral. The future of football Robert Mays show twice today. Man, more teams should do it. It won one game and had the opportunity to win another. But the Steelers when forget your Chris Boswell compensate went full Steelers. Yeah. I kind of think that one of the things I've talked about when when people have asked you what the next step in football is I actually think it's kind of it's not hooking laterals. It's sort of multiple people having the ball in the backfield. And then one of them throwing almost sort of like what the saints are doing a little bit with three quarterbacks. I if you have a crappy quarterback, it's better to have three of them and just have a little Mr. action there. Princeton does that with on those option plays, and they'll actually hand it to the guy that's the option runner, and he's also a quarterback's throw it, right? But apparently when I tweeted about the hook 'em out bit. Some people say the guy coach calorie the guy who doesn't punt who's famous for not punting. His thing is hook him are actually the next step in football. And actually, I had a role a thing as far as you're going to say, it's the same thing. Yeah. I've never I've never used that phrase hook and lateral before the Wikipedia says hook and lateral sometimes referred to as hook and ladder. But it's called hook and lateral. The Wikipedia I've never said hook and lateral in my life. It's a regional thing. It's like pop verse coke there you go. I just said, you you say, and you firmly believe that was the that was the term. I was like, okay. Well. I wasn't going to come in on shore. Good for you, buddy. I do any research. I appreciate that. I've always had hooking ladder. Maybe that's just the varsity blues influencing the way, I talk about football. Well, it's all. It was it was nuts. I mean, the play was insane. It was absolutely crazy. I even watch in real time. It was too hard to process. I mean, you have gronkowski back there. I guess to prevent a hill. Mary. And then the last thing you want with the guy who can't move that. Well, being your last line of defense happens. Right. So rob gronkowski is not the guy who went back there. That's so he's not Earl Thomas, I think we learned that today or. Or like Julio's defended those plays pretty pretty well in the past. Knocking those Johnson Calvin John yet. Yeah. Calvin Johnson has been a great great last play guy. But they knew they knew it was going to be a hook out excuse me, hook him out. All they said that the I mean you had to it would've been a seventy seventy yards in the air is capable for half the quarterback. Just not Ryan tannehill. Heff the quarterbacks might be strong. But yeah, I mean, I bet I bet a lot of them could throw seventy yards in the air.
"boswell" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Herbal pain relief formula believer that we're talking about today with the proprietary blend of curcumin Boswell, white, willow. Bark is first and foremost all about managing back discomfort and reducing lower back aches and pains. The fact is is that it's based on clinical data. This also great for the relief of me aches and pains as well. So really you can say we have a full body every day. Herbal pain released solution here that is good for us. I mean, this is the big story today yet break it down for listeners real quick. Well, sure, we spoke about our curcumin earlier several studies showing it reduces aches and pains, reduces inflammation. It's a powerful inflammation manager. I've seen this in my practice time and time again, I've been using curcumin, and my crack this with my patients for many many years now buys William has some beautiful. Studies also on pain relief for the knees. And we use it very specific patented, clinically tested bars. Willia- Surata that exhibit anti inflammatory activity. It's great for knee pain, great for need discomfort. And basically what we believe is happening with Boswell year is that it, reduces inflammation, and therefore reduces the pain associated with inflammation. And all the while what it's also doing it's eight increasing physical functioning and tested. Double blind placebo controlled in a wonderful trial that compared to. The effects of our Boswell you to placebo on men and women for for Nepean the results. Steve absolutely.
"boswell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To your area of pain. Emu oil and glucose, I used Boswell, which is an Indian herb that's an anti inflammatory. Okay. Brahma lane. That's an enzyme known to be an anti inflammatory NSM, the national organic sulfur. That is also just as important as glucose, Amine, and rebuilding and repairing our joints. And so I put that altogether and a cream that actually has no odor. It's graceless. It doesn't freeze the pain. It doesn't burn the pain. It doesn't irritate your skin goes in fifteen minutes later, you have relief. So that's why I'm here to share. What I know. And share what I have right now. I have this here, by the way, folks because main cream comes in a plastic dispenser. That has the pump top on it. It's a pop and you'll need one to two palms depending on the area of pain. But sanitary contamination. So you don't have to worry about it becoming rancid? Okay. Now in terms of this getting into your body. Then you're talking about a couple of things right here. Not not only relieving the pain. But also, maybe I'll the rebuilding parts. How does that work? Once you apply the cream to that area that you're going to target. Okay. You get the inflammation to go down in the body heals itself. The body heals itself, provided you give the raw materials that needs. I'm giving you what you need for your body a over and do the job it was meant to do. And that's the oh, okay. And this is safe. He did nothing that you have to worry about a thing if you're taking drugs for pain, it won't conflict with that at all none of these games. Okay. So what what is then a realistic expectation if somebody calls today, and and wants to try your glucose Amine cream? What would you tell them? I would say within the first fifteen minutes, you're going to notice that your pain is greatly reduced or.
"boswell" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I mean Boswell from tinker Touche Elvis, he and experiences of Dora. I was there in twenty fifteen for the tour. We had a rest day. They're actually and tried to fly there on a helicopter with the team from somewhere in Valencia or some, and we couldn't. So turn in the hour and a half helicopter ride. It turned into a six hour. We've got an helicopter landed and had to drive the bus to come back, pick up and take Dora. We arrive late at night and then did arrested there. And then we had that stage in twenty fifteen. I think it was. Yeah, I don't know all the names of the climb. So we did a lot of climbs. You're kind of trapped in this valley. So you either go up the valley turn right? Climb down the valley turn left to another climate kind of similar to what we have this year coming up. I got the impression very quick that I wouldn't want to live that I felt very, like a little bit claustrophobic. It's beautiful because you're in the mountains, but I felt very trapped in the mountains compared to being I grew up on the west coast of the US and live in Vermont. Now kind of big open skies. And you know space to Spacey and even around niece you the ocean, which offers a view of expansive, nothingness, and the mountains don't feel as you know over overwhelming and overbearing, but I'm in a lot of cyclists live there. I'm sure it's, you know, great for training. You have a bit of altitude. They've good law and. Yeah, it's probably great place to train in the summertime, but there isn't the same incentive for American writers to live in tax is no, no, same. Not letting everyone I say I live in and they assume I live in Monaco, but no, I wanna give them my Merican passport. I pay taxes paid x. two uncles, Sam..
Duncan Hunter, Red Sox and Max Scherzer discussed on Sean Hannity
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"boswell" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Daily conversations with Ian Boswell from team Katusha opposite. This is the two thousand eighteen tour to France from the move. I'm Marsha OPEL and you're listening to breakfast with BAAs. Hello. My name is in North Dakota in this breakfast did boss. Perfect. Thanks. Alex, meet a good kiss for cameras. Guys, family race here to haven't shared a kiss in a couple of weeks. So we're on the Sean Zilly's AM here with. Gretchen and Ian soon to be married soon to be Christian Indian Boswell, I heard one person. Thought about Gretchen Basel. Were e Andrews finished about twenty minutes ago here in Paris. I made it up last minute and he's got beer pizza, water grads, buddy Manet's. It's over. Yeah, I toured France now feels good. It's more than anything just to relief. You know. It's actually a tough little circuit. It's rough roads beat to hell. You never been Paris before might as well come in when you're on most famous road in the world, and it's closed down riding your bike warming Gretchen invited me here two years ago and. Yeah, I didn't work out, but I'm happy that my first time coming to Paris was on my bike at the end of the tour de France, are you still here Gretchen? I'm so happy to be here like next to him because I've spent twenty four hours without quite the suspenseful anticipations thirty days in twenty four hour. She say, twenty four hours. We have a beautiful night here in Paris. What's our plan tonight? Dude, while we're gonna head back to our hotel put on some non team clothing, which would be the first time in a month. I think I've seen you wearing your kit and the same pairs of shorts and t. shirt for three weeks, straight same, same clothes. So all I have in my suitcase Gretchen brought me something. I don't know what it is is he wears a suit. What's he gonna wear? You don't even know. Maybe like what's the Tassell. Like a little caller, kind of a belly shirt and like. Say that we have like we have a team dinner, and then. Who knows? I've heard this place duplex, yes. This podcast will come out after the Sonoran will be. I hear. I asked him French riders today and they said, go to the duplex. Actually. I was here for years ago and I went to the duplex and in a little dance in post tour, and it was quite a good time. So are you, are you, what are you guys? Good dancers? Are we're going to do dancing tables. Wayne, we actually inside. We danced at Luke sweating, and we were the grow grow. The start. We don't remember anything from we were the stars of the show. He saw some pictures the next day, but you know, we may, we may dense a little bit, keep it wholesome monthly, but we need to practice in wedding moves. Yeah, I and so maybe we'll practice tonight. Yeah. Yeah. Well, what the hell how is today was easy, was it fun? Did you go back and you probably weren't drinking champagne? I only team sky, but no, I was actually been. It was actually pretty fast and it was a little bit once we get to the show is actually easier than like the circuit in Madrid and..
"boswell" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Daily conversations with Ian Boswell from team Katusha opposite. This is the two thousand eighteen tour to France from the move. I'm Marsha OPEL and you're listening to breakfast with BAAs. Last day buddy. No man knows UN's last day. Well, yeah, you more days that sit on down here. It's raining outside, and we've made it just had a poet just got to hotel. Like an old man this morning, the dude, let's how the hell was yesterday that was big all day of bike race in and think ca- to the best tour. But yesterday was your goal was to get Ilgner's Akron in the top ten and there is in tenth and really close tonight. The thing. Yeah. Yeah. Say, took a by this girl for the neck. We miss the breakway. I mean. Jungles was actually kind of played into our hands that we had a reason to ride. We only have four guys have had four guys here since what stage fourteen or something. The cohesion is there by now. We have a Russian director here, Dmitri Konychev and see the glasses. No, that's so he's a press. Press relations guy. But anyways. Oh boy. Okay. Some bears. Novatell hats. Of doesn't really ask us for much. But when he says something like, I think everyone we have a fearful respect for him. And so when he said Ribe, it was like, you know, he's Boca's akrons I feel good. Let's do this. And it was kind of like, let's let's just do it and know it worked out well, you know, Neal's was incredibly strong strong and then I took it up on the climb, but it was there are a lot of angry people at drop back to get bottles. At one point, I was just single file and every Burke to you. Luke was asking what I was doing from g Landa, asked me CRO, Swick rock ledge. Oh. Well, what are you guys writing for tenth, I'm like, well, what like this is this is the tour. You know, we're not. We have an opportunity to do something to it. We're going to do it. We're not going to just at the back of new nothing. That's what happens in the third week of a grand tour, you know, has all these different aspirations of indifferent goals and like you see tactics that maybe don't make maybe don't make sense, but. No, it was cool to actually do. I swung off the front. Zakharov was behind me is like bowls. One one gloom focus. Like maybe k. and a half or something like really hard and Skyping sky kind of did their to set their pace behind, didn't respond to the attack, but it was perfect. Atlanta came with us and then bar day bridged across. And so those three guys up the road and Zach relate showed his pedigree of grandeur writer. Having that in the third week, because some people definitely exploded yesterday and he just road really measured like they were. There's some accelerations up there and he kept making a back and hero really good climb. Yeah. Yeah. He's. You know, he's got the endurance for three weeks. I think last year and the wealth does on stage twenty up Angliru that he moved into third, jumped ahead of, I think, Wilco kelderman. So, yeah, he's got the got the goods for it. Dude. Did it feel pretty good though getting over that last climb and like hitting the downhill user still, you were mocking into the finish. Was concerned about time like, no, not at all, but like that last, I enjoyed that..
"boswell" Discussed on THEMOVE
"And all the other extended friends and family. That'll be Paris to tear in there. Bike racer. Still got my last from reveal my pinky blister from her bed. That's stuff. Yeah. Thinking you're, you're not much of a Kabul sky, but now you live in Vermont, you might get into some cross country skiing, maybe hit the squawk bar and could transform everybody's trying to become a juicy. Maybe switch gears. Oh, ladies and gentlemen potential for a. Surprise guest breakfast would buzz. TJ van garter headed. Longtime, see my friend. Yeah, going our podcast yet, breakfast, buzz. I got to admit, I have not tuned in. I'm sorry. Well, it's all right. You're forgiven. It's been a busy, three weeks, dude, good to see you to teach both hail from the great state of Montana. Well, TJ born in Washington. You grew up Montana. We'll give Montana your home state says Washington on my passport, but I was like three months old when I moved to Montana client mountain. My actually my first bike race was a kiddie crit at the ecology center classic against this man sitting next to me, teach vanguard or in which he won pretty sure I kick your ass. We'll come in. Yeah. Are you happy to be almost of this thing. Yeah, yeah. This is been a rough to her. In today's another rough stage all are gonna get some rides in and niece this in in your at the summer, you're going back to the US. I'm going to head back to the US Monday morning first thing kit. Well, at least let's get to see now what's this tattoo on your arm tattoo of mount daily. That's the mount. We name my daughter after. Mountain out of Snowmass and this is or for Ryland I. TJ thank you for making parents on breakfast of buzz. No, we're glad to have you curious. You know, wrapping up here BAAs any final words before the last mountain stage lower in front of the federal. So hopefully miracles today. Special little rare. I guess this town has holy water told these kind of like ailing people in wheelchairs walking around and there's, I don't know the back story, but research to be done. Saint Saint Mary Mary was. was. A little bit eerie. If he asked me, did you see the scenes around all the. Yeah, something in the water don't drink boys. All right. Well, thank you listening breakfast, Boswell, check in tomorrow from the time trial. Good day. Everybody..
"boswell" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Daily conversations with Ian Boswell from team Katusha opposite. This is the two thousand eighteen tour to France from the move. I'm Marsha OPEL and you're listening to breakfast with BAAs. I'm TJ van garden and you're listening to breakfast with buzz. Scott. About agreement. Actually potassium right. There was our guy Mr. buzz speaking pulsa, Vic on the has it been pretty sweeping to speak French, like it's paid off in the five years. You've lived here. Yeah, man. I mean, I lived in Belgium when I was in highschool, not rotary exchange, and I didn't speak my French speak French ten than now, but it's funny life. Sometimes things happen for reason like maybe learning French then doing that exchange, which was at all for cycling. Wasn't at all. You just happen to go to to French-Speaking Belgium? No connection cycling. I mean, living high school living in Brussels, Belgium during the school year, which is like, you know, September through April. Probably the worst place to be for cycling terrible weather, big city. No one in my schools like in decides not like west Landers or something, but introduced you to your being cycling super young age. I think we already did the United that national team trip which does after, yeah, maybe it was before sixteen, but. Tell the listener what you did for that year. In school. Exchange in Belgium, sixteen years old on your own, but the hell it was awesome at a super cool family. The I just had an awesome apartment in downtown Brussels. There's no drinking agent brought. Maybe it's eighteen, but no one checks. So I did much more time disco tack and delirium bar. When I was in the US you couldn't drink till you're twenty one. So being able to go out and drink, I mean, because people can drink at a younger age, it was much more control by its socially acceptable like people like binge drinking. You know, it's like you're gonna have a party, but like no one has a car. They can drive people how to drink responsibly, but you know, controlled where you're not like an alcohol poisoning at age sixteen because the first time drinking. Going out to dinners having a Gaza wine going out bar with your classmates and having some beers. Oh, cool. Man. I have some friends from. From my time there who are have been riding me during this tour and anyways onto today stage nineteen. What the heck we're the race go. We're almost done with this thing. Then I woke up this morning. I was just like. This is the last is my loss trance last chance. But it's like this is the last last day really time-trial tomorrow and then an Paris. But it's like. Three weeks gone just like that seems like a flash of time, but also seems like three years of time, like thinking back to Britney. It seems like forever ago. I think the whole men now. I mean the first couple days like stressful. You're excited to be at the tour and then you kinda in the middle. There's like this lull of like this thing ever gonna end and now it's like on the bus today director is I k for you know, for three of you for myself pob l.. Neil really are lost last day. He has an important time-trial tomorrow. Don't have no regrets the racist over yet, but. A couple of days there now tonight, good legs, and it's realize I tend to be pretty all of life pretty conservative. And like I've never once like really send to kind of keep in mind the tour twenty one days and then like he'd stay connected. Mobile. We about likes today. It's all we one of those guys that saved all your candy and then like it was like, may actually, I don't want this anymore. Yeah, I still do that with with cycling. Can you know we have like all this stuff and I'm just worn like some people have their suitcases only half full here. My suitcase packed full and I realize I only use things on the top of even know what's in the bottom of what I packed when I love my house, but only taken things from the top of the suitcase. Men needs today is serious day of bike race in gold. A couple of other big climbs in there. You guys going to be mixing it up or getting through it, like, what? What's what was the meeting today? I mean, it's up to, you know, Zach needs good, and he has to follow the guys follow and be aggressive. What does he need to get up?.
"boswell" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Daily conversations with Ian Boswell from team. Alpa said, this is the two thousand eighteen tour to France from the move. I'm Marsha hopeful, and you're listening to breakfast with Boggs. Good morning from the start of stage seventeen at the two eighteen tour to France. I'm here in Spain with. Our guy in vase. Well, who is sitting on a trainer, it's ten twenty in the morning, breakfast vase. And what are you doing. Now doing a little start till three o'clock today. So trying to stay active. It's ten o'clock in the morning state seventeen sweating like a pig. We saw some fifty j. writers out on the highway. Yeah, figures easier ride the trainer. You know, it's like you get more productive, warm oppor activation whenever you want to call it in less time. Yeah. Well, yesterday it was crazy day. We jumped in the car. We were doing the the media like drive around Kaley, who has driving with his phone was blow enough. Hey, there's. Tear-gas peleton and Ridgely. They were thinking that the farmers were like for the spring fertilizer, like as like a that would have been like terrorism, but they all gendarmes himself in the face. The hunter goes hunting and minds up, shooting himself in the visit in the wind. I don't really know we came up. I mean, there was like hard start. Breakway hadn't gone. Came up to this point when there's a bunch of, hey, in the road. And I think the farmers tried to push the road to block the road for the protests. So then the police. Got the hay bales off the road. But then we're like pepper the protesters. But of course, the wind of. With the wind of peleton. Everything just came back into the peleton and I was like suffering, like a big breath of it. And I was like, what the heck? Like. Someone put something on the road. We kept racing, you know, I I was was like. like, I got on the radio and artist, hey, guys, like they're gonna stop the race. The director on, they're not. I'm like, guys can't see right, and eventually five down the road. They neutralized and we stopped. And I was just like. We still have two hundred ago. People just pepper spread and we're gonna keep racing such like you really. Sometimes I feel like a show animal. I'm not complaining about like in the end, it was fine, but it's just like there's never a question that we were going to restart. Right. Meason pepper spray like an NBA game. They just don't blow the whistle. There's. Keep playing. At least they had the sense to stop the race for guys back into eyedrops and talking to burn all putting water on his face. Oh, like menu need like some Letcher. He needs a milk water makes it like with the milk in your eyes. Did we figure out what they were protesting or. No, no. Ask them people, and I think the media's kind of. To be fair. I got a picture picture of this girl sitting in the road in this cop. Like like standing over her with like a thority, like Spain, her just like, I'm sure it was for a noble cause, you know, of course, being the cyclists and the tour of ones like. Fucking the farmers, but. You know what? They probably had a valid reason to be protesting. Although, you know they, it's a bummer for them to take like you guys been working really hard and for it to affect what you're doing. I don't know. I see protests, but not at the tour. At the same time. It was like, what? If they roll the hail, they are trying to more, hey, bills, nursery PASOK. What if someone caused a crash right there was, hey, on the road which is like slippery, you know, it's like. What if you actually crashed onto the tour because of it, but. Yeah, there's two sides every every situation. Do you have any funny reactions or day when get a particularly bad insider scoop from the..
"boswell" Discussed on WRVA
"Deliver relief to your area of. Pain I took, EMU oil and glucose I. Used Boswell which is. An Indian. Herb that's an anti inflammatory we're Mullane that's an enzyme known to be anti, inflammatory The. National organic sulfur that is also just as important as glucose Amine and. Rebuilding and repairing our joints and so I put that altogether in a cream that actually has no odor it's graceless it doesn't freeze the pain it doesn't burn the. Pain it doesn't irritate your skin goes in fifteen minutes later you have, relief so that's why, I'm here to share what I know in show what I have right because it. Was then I. Have this here by the way folks glucose cream it. Comes. In a plastic dispenser that has the pump, top on it and it's a pump and you'll need. One to two palms depending on, the area of pain of, nation that, sanitary contamination, so you don't have to worry about it becoming rancid okay now. In terms of this get your. Body then you're, talking about a couple of. Things right here not. Not only. Relieving the pain but also building the rebuilding So. How does that work once you apply the cream to that area that you're going to target okay you get the inflammation to go down in the body heals itself. The body heals itself provided you give it the raw materials it needs, I'm giving you what, you need for your body to take over and do the job it was meant. To do and. That's ill okay and this is safe he did nothing. You. Have to worry about it you have to, worry about a thing if you're taking drugs for pain. It won't conflict with that at, all none of these ingredients Okay so, what what is then a, realistic expectation, if somebody calls today and, in wants to try your. Glucose Amine cream what would you tell them I would say within the first fifteen minutes you're gonna notice that your pain is greatly reduced or even eliminated okay.
"boswell" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You boswell photography wants to be part of your team we develop imaging concepts that focus on your business what you have to offer and your target audience boswell photography we'll give you headshots promotional and branding images that get results and not just attention come by our home would studio for a free consultation schedule your appointment just call two oh five two two two two one three three a boswell photography the exclusive photographer for the joe lockett show you both have very different visions of the republican party i know you can come together on issues like repealing and replacing obamacare or tax cuts but in terms of the message of the republican party you disagree and that has the deal you've made to try to get these things done for the american people has subjected you to criticism ron brownstein wrote today quote paul ryan chose to tolerate both trump's personal accesses and his racially polarizing words and deeds as the price worth paying to advance ryan's own own top priorities cutting spending regulations and above all taxes the result was at ryan more than any other prominent republican personified the devil's bargain the gop has signed with with trump what's your response when you hear criticism for twenty five years the i don't see getting things done for the country keeping your promises making a difference a devil's bargain look we have a divided we have we have separation of powers we have three separate kobe whole branches of governments we have many different kinds of republicans the secret to success from what i see is getting all these different kinds of republicans to form a coalition government that can actually deliver that's what we have right now i'm grateful for the president to win the election to give us the chance and opportunity to make a big difference in people's lives so i'm really proud of the accomplishments we have here and so i don't see this as a faustian bargain devil's bargain or whatever it is you call it i see it is the country's said go fix these problems you guys get the majority in the house you get.
New mothers sexually assaulted in newborn unit
"And the one who have a blood clot might not even need surgery why because he proof significantly so hospital officials denied the reports that there was this rumor that one of them died apparently nobody's died so far according to the hospital say but we wish to state the vote faces of so was even treatment in the ward and have made remarkable can prove it now i guess there was an investigation into claims on social media that new mothers were being sexually assaulted at the hospital by male staff members in the newborn unit that's horrible now there's an investigation on that boswell has denied the allegations and again it's tough something goes on social media had you know so this concerns us obviously in our country because we're not immune to things being done wrong mixups happen and they were talking about how medical errors is the number one cause of death of patients that's not true i don't think that we are if somebody dies at a hospital that it's the number one reason is because we made a mistake but the reason why you'll see headlines such as that is one they make great headlines but to what they're going to count as a quote unquote mistake is letsie somebody has pneumonia and they come in and it's a bad ammonia she you start the money antibiotics and you wait for the cultures and the cultures could take three days you could just graham scene and see the more fall the bacteria early art with the first day but some of these cultures into the three days to grow so you give it antibiotic of the person dies by d two and it turns out that the bacteria that grew out it might have been better treated by a different antibiotic they'll call that a medical care and you're like wait a second okay there's only so much we could do we put them on the vessel in abundance we'd we covered them for everything just because he had a resisted buga we can't predict that and so we have to be very very careful with one they say if a patient dies it's because of a medical error to me a medical error is you mix it up a patient you cut you cut it off.
"boswell" Discussed on First and Last
"So a clutch performance out of boswell yet again for the steelers team that finds a way to continue to get it john enclosed games much to the delight of their head coach mike tomlin appreciate the effort said in an i like that regardless of circumstance he knows one of those back and forth shootout type of a gangs you know they they made the necessary plays down the stretch man you could get beat down mentally given things up yards points and stuffed route and i just really think it's this speaks to the medal of the group in there to be congratulated for that yes we have things that we need to improve on an adjustments we need to continue to make as we work through life without 50 you know um but boy to raise up and make them necessary stops down the stretch largely it's it's the no blink attitude or group regardless of circumstance than that and for that i'm proud israel's guys i like that i think we can all agree with that and for for pitch berger was on an important and emotional night for them certainly to continue in a couple of weeks where mike tomlin had made those comments before cincinnati about that match up coming up next week against new england and weak fifteen one that's going to go a long way to deciding first place in homefield advantage in the afc throughout the playoffs but to go out men face to division rivals who.
"boswell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kohl brought to you by w e e one or two point five fm of we chris boswell eventual gave when he kicked for the pittsburgh says this is a locker room on espn radio end the s p anap and joining us now the shell pedal performance on is chris spot well who hit forty six yard game he field goal for the pittsburgh steelers you prepare any different coming down the stretch knowing you're the guy being count on to hit the game winner you know accountable you know just sorta strict what i do all game uh you know i try not to think about kicking really on all put too much pressure on one cake and they'll put enough i'm no there do i think i kicked by it and you know just tried to stick must santer canada's taking pinball every time no matter what time of the game it is at what point taxes you start to see this materialising as having an opportunity our producer actually that is going to come down to another boswell beam winning kigali that's exactly what happened did you see that kind of coming to fruition as the the game was playing out no i mean i had a couple of guys you know walk up to me and you know uh you know the head butter um something like that so he knows can come down you we believe in you and stuff like that so you just known that you know i got this locker room you know supporting me and no matter what um it's it's just a good confidence booster and it a lot of confidence and don't think whenever you kick does this scheme feel more special for you guys knowing what your team at your cap the ryan chaisiri has gone through the last week yeah in the first thing we did when we got in the locker room was face tom him you know we s uh in the team huddle and just face tom him and told him we're bringing them a hat um we're bringing up the game.
"boswell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Skin and deliver relief to your area of pain so i took issel and glucose meaning i used boswell which is an end an anti inflammatory that's an enzyme known to be an anti inflammatory sam tornadoes sulphur that is also just as important as we've seen in building and repairing our joints and so uh put that altogether in a team that actually has no odor john lewis it doesn't freeze the pain it doesn't burn the pain it doesn't irritate your skin goes in fifteen minutes later you have relief so that's why i'm here to share what i know and share what i have how by word name coast me cream comes in a plastic dispenser that has pumped top on it it's a metered you'll need wanted to palm springs the area of donation that sanitary contamination so you don't have to worry about it becoming rancid okay now um in terms of this getting into you're talking about a couple things right here not not only relieving the pain but also may delegate building parts how does that might be applied a area that are correct target j you get the information to go down in the body heals itself nick feels itself provided you gave it the raw materials it needs i'm giving you what you need for your body to take and do the job it was meant to do and that's he'll okay and this is safe is leading have to worry about it you have to worry about a.