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Bruce Boynton, who inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, dies at 83

Hugh Hewitt

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Bruce Boynton, who inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, dies at 83

"Civil rights pioneer Bruce Carver Boynton. He inspired the Freedom rides movement of the early sixties, has died. Authorities arrested Boynton 60 years ago for entering the white part of a racially segregated bus station in Virginia. Boyd and contested his conviction. His appeal resulted in a Supreme Court decision that prohibited bus station segregation. It also helped inspire the landmark freedom rides of 1961. Boynton was 83

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New York City to begin counting mail-in ballots today with several races at stake

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

New York City to begin counting mail-in ballots today with several races at stake

"Here in its New York intense City is set wind to begin and counting rain and more flooding than half to a Boynton million Beach, mail in Florida ballots that'll Tropical start today, Storm votes warnings that could are up in Miami, Really Fort not Myers, affect the presidential Fort Lauderdale, race in West any way, Palm but it and could swing Naples. some Here's local National races in Weather the state Assembly Service as forecast well. The deadline for David for the states Roth, local who board says of Elections the storm received could these strengthen absentee over ballots the Gulf is expected is tomorrow, to meet so they're going to get In the a proximity head start on that of today. the keys ISA Friday. through The number Monday of melon morning. votes received by each It's borough, gonna drift for example, westward, was 200,000 Um in Manhattan about 160,000, Tuesday, queens, but it's never just going over to get 100,000 terribly in far Brooklyn, away about from 52,000 Florida. Bronson. For now. Storm Just over 31,000, surge warnings were still up Staten in Island. the keys, Now the total where they is about are bracing half the for 1.1 a foot of rain. million Miami absentee Dade ballots where requested ADA could spawn by residents. tornadoes Local has races. closed. Schools, Still bridges, not called. air lock You include down. the one in ADA killed at least Staten 38 Island, Brooklyn, people with the call in Malia Honduras, Takis and where Max some 1.8 Rose. Even though million Malia people Takis nationwide has about a 15% are affected point by advantage. the storm. Rose still Ah, has not veteran conceded Mt. these A additional worker numbers has been found should dead tell the on story. the job. 55 I'm Glenn

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Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:35 min | 3 months ago

Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone

"In April of twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred Embraer selected veteran automotive industry CEO Francisco Gomez NATO as its new leader, and if ever there was a baptism by fire, he has gone through it in two, thousand and twenty. First, the COVID nineteen crisis hit crippling air travel and decimating demand for new airplanes then Boeing. Pulled out a four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent stake. Embraer's commercial operations after emperor had shut down its operations for forty days and torn the company apart for car route. So where does ember air go from here and how can it recover here to? Answer those questions as Mr Gomez. NATO in his first conversation with the trade media since taking the helm at. Embraer. Also, joining us from Frankfurt to ask questions with me is yen's photo aviation weeks executive editor for commercial aviation welcome. Francisco. Let's start with the obvious question. Why did the deal with Boeing collapse and what are you doing to put Embraer's commercial operations back together? First of all, he says measure to be here with you. Thanks for for the Vision for this guests. Well I mean. We need that. Boynton has wrongfully naked. Reasons for the whose possession be. As, you said before point two billion. Dollar purchase bronze. Of Visualization. Progressing up is fast all initial TV areas in the service there is our. bigly. Read the great in we. Him also updated our band recall Roy. Sweep one twenty five mile e Cudi Commissioning Gatien in thinking The covy nine. So how do you plan to return the company to profitability and and wh what initiatives are most promising? Okay so he s an old this year. We really with a big issue the I wa. Dropping no revenues of the back of the V ninety. So event, not Anita the nature of the point lead this machine was more challenging because. With this, wrong in revenues combine costs. And higher the more. Because all day costs League Office. So this year what we are. We are we demanded A. Crisis Committee, and defining fighting for your. help us open the. Office will be the communication blow so. I will. Soon. As fight for artists, one is to protect. The health people because of all, these Colby get along people working at Home Office, the one who brought pants. All measures we Brought back to their health. Sat, on the second yard. This project allegations. Falls or on. Our. Our expertise always, you reduce our investments on only boom, our the siebel payables. The everything we coons who protect. Our cash. Who Wins? The vast in four four son loans to help us with a Number, three. was. recaptured. Seniors. Said before I mean we we had to recover. These is we had because of the off process. process. BROISSIA's. We. Promoted a rightsizing the organization because of the. Back, but also because of the effects of the Kobe. Needed his response, your guys edition, only a reduced cost, the new dynamic for the Popham who prepared again Asian. Our other strategic planning, one, twenty, five, the four priority is tool and. Die Of. This To Have A. More efficient immoral Gile Open. I. Is was. Is Now who view the basis for our future road then. We Very. Very. Robust. Recalling. One twenty five. That's a note we want that will already enjoy. Eating very A. CENTURY OUR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE From. Linked to on. Any. Were democracy to. We expect. Enjoy rules any Mel Revenue Spike essentially, our financial. For.

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"boynton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"boynton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Crazy mixed up fiddle. Oh, yes. Now I recall the name this fellow who builds himself the hillbilly haIf. It's that's the Jap. I don't know about you, Johnny. But I dig that kind of music. When you're through digging, bury it for me. Will you believe me? That man makes nothing but money. I thought of you When I read the big Andy ran in yesterday's paper. What did say? Well, he's planning a long tour this summer. And since some of his troop have Children travelling with him, he'd like to hire some school teachers to go along. The salary offered is $500 a month $500. Well, I don't know about you, Mrs Davis. But I dig that kind of money. If I could spend just one month with his troop, I could afford the best vacation. Ah, nah, not with the square dance troupe. I'm sorry, but mother didn't raise her girl to dozy Doe. You do as you please, dear. Just a suggestion. Oh, there's Walter Din to drive me to school. Come in, Walter. Greetings, ladies form a line A nickel a kiss on my lips or divine water. Pull up a chair, right? No food, the cupboards bare. Why the square dance greeting, Walter? Yeah, I'm on a hillbilly kick. Mrs Davis. When I was in the malt shop with some kids last night, we turned on the radio and got town hall. We danced for one solid hour to the music of Deacon Jones at Miss Brooks. I have news if you'd like to earn $500 a month this summer, there's an ant isn't Davis told me about the deacons. Add water and I'm not interested. OK, OK. So maybe Mr Boynton would be interested in the way he's been cutting down expenses lately. He could probably use that money. As soon as we get to school. I think you should try to talk him into it. I should talk him into it. Wouldn't that be a little presumptuous now? Now, maybe you're right. I really think a job like that would be a great experience for you, Miss Brooks. But now I can see where it might not be so hot for Mr Boynton. I mean, after all, he's a He's a single guy wouldn't know anyone in the truth, but you have to spend all his time with you. Night after night,.

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Miami - Florida Man Seen On Video Clinging To Hood Of Moving Big Rig On Turnpike

The News Junkie

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Miami - Florida Man Seen On Video Clinging To Hood Of Moving Big Rig On Turnpike

"Took a man into custody on the. Florida turnpike near Boynton beach. After he was captured on cell phone video hanging onto the hood of a Semi Truck Erik Morales said he and his girlfriend were heading north on the highway on Saturday when he witnessed the dangerous and surreal site near the Turnpike milepost eighty six, he said I see a semi tractor trailer swerving from the middle of the right lane to the left lane to the right in and out just driving crazy up on two wheels at once at one point. Look at this guy here he is there swerving. Just. Barely hanging out he smashed the windshield of this truck here that pull up next to him. The guys hanging on the hood just looking over as they drive by hey. How you doing creaming something at the people and he slamming on his brakes, he's doing everything to try to knock him off. Your guest does I think maybe he just doesn't want him to end up coming into the truck somehow and they went nine miles like this. It's like Terminator two in you know where he's like trying to kill the liquid bad guy starting. Off for a second there, you can see inside the truck. The guy is turning the wheel. Like you did when you were a kid and you sat behind him. He's going big little laugh. Big to the right trying to shake this guy off the hood according to Florida Highway Patrol. They received a call about the wild ride on Saturday about one PM and They said, they just didn't know what was going on investigators say the man seen the hood of the trump truck had gotten out of vehicle on the southbound lanes and walked onto the highway and jumped onto the front of the truck. I guess he was arrested at some point just incredible to see.

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"boynton" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"boynton" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"But without I don't know their cases right so so The NCAA's investigations different Dan the FBI they're finding say rule violations and that's why I keep coming down on this isn't about the federal government the guys who have authority over federal crimes did their jobs. I don't agree with how they got there but they did their jobs those guys either guilty or face the punishment for those crimes book. Richardson's a dear dear, friend of mine. The jail right until he paid his debt. If. He didn't commit an actual NCA crime outside of that. Then I. Don't know how they hold them accountable to just what you're going to be like if a guy went and robbed the bank, you can't get get. Suspend a team from playing because person at the school win robbed the bank the school has the fire and then the government or the police in that whole l. have to deal with the criminal activity was. Mike if I give you the option right now and I said to, you are at one year postseason ban. Or you take a one year suspension. A personally. My team can stay together and they would be I take the suspension everyday to week. I knew you'd say that and I actually thought that's what would happen in a lot of these cases not to say you had any involvement you did. But but again, with this new kinda coaches control thing right I felt like a lot of the coaches in. are going to get hit with suspensions. Maybe I'm wrong. I mean it looks like I'm wrong certainly by by the way this first one played out but I thought maybe you get hit with a ten twelve game suspension because it incurred partially under your watch right? Yeah I guess. So this this whole deal started in two thousand, fifteen, different one I think. I. When when when the? When the news broke I've been a head coach for about five and a half months right? Yours is different. Yours is totally our and that's what I failed to just come to grips with like they can see this and they actually wrote it in I very cooperative. You know other than coaches in Morocco. There wasn't a single name in that apartment on the initial part that I even was aware of. Didn't even know anyone else in the deal I just didn't run in those circles and I'm not judging those guys but to get to hear what the NCAA is really what my my concern is I just think it's bridge way too far, and it really doubly punishes guys who already been punished. These kids have already been punished for having to just live through this. and. It's at some point you just gotta look yourself in the Mirror and have consciousness say this is right. I wouldn't want my child to have to deal with this type of treatment. When they did things the right way..

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"boynton" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:10 min | 8 months ago

"boynton" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Are Now pleased to welcome in the head coach of Oklahoma. State. He is Mike. and. Even, though you've been through a lot of the last few days Mike you still look pretty good. You're still smiling I. Know you're you're always kind of glass half full type of Guy, but it has to be tough with everything that you and the program have gone through. Over the last few days getting the one year postseason ban lots of scholarships I said listen you can deal with everything else Mike, but to me the the postseason ban is the one that is the most difficult to deal with What's it been like the whirlwind on Friday in which you guys were hit with this seemingly out of nowhere. And it's really critical if you just kinda think about what we've been trying to do for three years since I've been head coach and really fighting with this cloud over our heads the entire time anyway. So just get into a place where now we kind of like we got a little bit tailwind. Before we'd been fighting head when. The entire three years we felt like we got some momentum and excitement around program. Some Bro expectations that we could be coming prominent again on national level. In the just Kinda be slapped with this not that it was. We know we're going through the investigation. So I'm not saying that they just came out of no winslet this on us, but I never imagined when I woke up on Friday morning that that the penalties that they handed out would be what they were because the facts of the case just don't support that level of a penalty. If you stripped down the case in and of itself. and. We just removed the FBI just for a second I know it's a really critical part who just remove the FBI for a second. We have a singular violation of NCWA rules. Of they proves at some point soon after I got three hundred dollars..

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Michael Dippolito

Casefile True Crime

05:09 min | 8 months ago

Michael Dippolito

"Michael Dip Aleida was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on December eighteen, nineteen seventy. But the parents struggled with drug addiction, which led to mock obeying raised by his grandparents. MARKLE developed his own substance abuse problems during early adolescence, and at the age of fifteen, he was admitted to a Rehab facility. Following his release, he maintained sobriety for five and a half years, and worked as not cancel at the same treatment sent out where he drew saved hell. He relapsed in his early twenties and spent the next few years in and dad of Rahab and began dealing crack cocaine. Michael eventually relocated to Florida and began working as a telemarketer for several different companies. His job involved cold, calling potential investors to sell gold coins and foreign currency. And Natural Sows Ben Michael thrived in this line of work at one point earning around two hundred thousand dollars in an eighteen month period. However the siles worse game in which the telemarketing companies would keeping clients investment money. When this games inevitably fell apart, Michael set up a cold cooling scheme of his own. Into thousand two, he was arrested and delighted, convicted of unlicensed tele-marketing communications, fraud and grand theft, and was sentenced to two years prison. He was released in two thousand five with an extended probationary period of twenty years, and ordered to pay a total of two hundred and nineteen thousand dollars in restitution to his victims. A payment schedule was set up in which Michael would contribute monthly installments over the course of his twenty eight year probation. He was also required to report to his parole officer once a month to provide details regarding where he was living who he was living with what car he was driving and how much income he made. His home and vehicle could be searched without prior warning at any time, and he was forbidden from leaving. Palm Beach County in southeast, Florida with the AD obtaining prior approval from the parole office. Upon, his release from prison, markle moved in with these. Go Friend Maria. He immediately started using drugs again, which prompted Maria to end their relationship? Determined to get so about once, and for all markle stopped using and begin attending support meetings and canceling. He secured a job at an online marketing company and reconciled with Maria, and the two were married in July of two thousand seven. Afraid of ever returning to prison Michael cooperated with these parole conditions and maintained his sobriety. He developed a stable retain starting h morning with the Noli Session at the gym before heading off to work. In late, two, thousand seven, he started his own online marketing company. Mad Media, which solved I'd bananas and search engine optimization services to help clients direct more traffic to their websites. The company's initial success was hindered by the global financial crisis of Thursday night, not mad media to end a decent profit regardless and avoided markle comfortable lifestyle that catered to his expensive tastes. By October of two thousand eight, he's marriage had started crumbling. Maria was out of town when Kobe introduced him to Eros Dot Com a website that advertised sex work services. As detailed in the book poison candy by Elizabeth. Parker! Michael contact a sex work I need Dali, Muhammad and to the to organized to meet that evening. Markle was immediately attracted to up. Who was the daughter of Peruvian and digestion parents? She was born in New York, but raised in Boynton beach along with her younger brother and sister. The parents had divorced when she was seventeen. The which she lost contact with her father, but maintained a close relationship with her mother, two siblings and her mother's extended family. At the age of nineteen, Dali started sex work and spent several years running message policy in south Florida and California. She was also a law since Thrilla Stygian and worked part time as a real taw. Markle and Dahlia had a common and instantly hit it off.

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"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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Miami - One Person Killed When Small Plane Crashes Behind Home In Boynton Beach

WIOD Programming

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Miami - One Person Killed When Small Plane Crashes Behind Home In Boynton Beach

"A pilot is dead in a plane crash in Boynton beach the grommet American eight A. five crash yesterday afternoon after take off from Palm Beach county's lantana airport the plane hit a tree before falling to the ground next to a swimming pool at the dose Lagos gated community around one PM the only person on board was the pilot who died in the

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NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

"Never convince me that penny hardaway a was just by cannon out money to a mom because the mom wanted to move to be close to the daughter if the mom son was a mid major player. I bet that doesn't happen. It happened because James Wideman was the best prospect his age literally in the world. Okay so that's that's his version But even if you accept the more likely realistic not dumb virgin which is now he was trying to get. James is in high school to play basketball for east high school so he could win a state championship. That still doesn't rise to the level of what these cases usually are in other words. Penny Hardaway was a memphis booster. Yes and he provided money to a mother of of a student athlete. A recruit a student athlete true but it wasn't to get James Wiseman to go to Memphis. It was to get as many go to east high school and so that's unusual. That's not the way these things normally work now. I do think you can start to connect some dots here. Because Penny has said that he had no idea when he provided that money to James Wiseman and it allowed to move to Memphis. He had no idea that he was going to be Memphis head coach in one day recruit James. Listen to Memphis and I can't tell you what he had hit so I can't say that's is not true. I can just tell you that. I had an idea that he would be the head coach Memphis in fact on the day. James Wiseman moved to Memphis. I said this is why. You've got fire W. Smith after this season in higher penny hardaway it because if you wait another season as minority be signed to Kentucky but if you do it after this season after James's junior year of high school then at some point either before or during his senior year of High School Penny Hardaway could bring him and the other players that ever relationships with to the University of Memphis so it penny didn't have any idea it was going to happen. That's fine but I had a very clear idea. That not only should happen that it probably could and it actually did so. Oh I do think you can reasonably say and it was interesting because the incident late term this a recruiting inducements and I think you can reasonably caught a recruiting inducement. And here's how the eleven thousand five hundred dollars that went to wise. Mother is what led to him being east high school and him being at East High School at at least contributed to Penny Hardaway. Getting the job and I don't think there's any way to intelligently argue that that financial commitment mid-may that he made to the family didn't help him. Recruit James Wiseman to the university Memphis. I I don't WanNa go on off like ten minute tangent but like. How many degrees breeze removed is that from Mike Boynton hiring Kenan Cunningham to his staff geographic advantage in addition to a familiar one or USC doing the same thing? With the Mobley's you're providing a financial opportunity for the family to be closer to a geographic region. Now that's legal. I have no problem with them. Hiring you're like what like how many degrees separated really from all of that. No listen I'm with you know doing what Penny Wise Men's mother to get. Get James Wiseman eight really that much different than when I say it's less I think it's I don't think I think it's less offensive. Well here's here's the thing. Whatever were you think's offensive not offensive? I got here's the problem. One is allowed. The other is not answering. Wanted to boil down to that. That's what it's always going to boil down to and if you want to change the roles I've said it a million times. Put me in charge. GimMe all the power. I'll change all the roost rules tomorrow. But the rules are the rules as long as they're in place and what might Boynton I did is allowed. And what Penny Hardaway did is not allowed and it really is simple as that you can hate the instable a all you want. I Hate I'm too but this is an undeniable violation and when Memphis started down the path that started it created additional problems that they did not I need to create.

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Boy injured in Boynton Beach drive-by shooting

Rich Stevens

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boy injured in Boynton Beach drive-by shooting

"A boy was injured in a drive by shooting yesterday and Boyton beach while traveling as a passenger in a car definitely concerned about what has taken place these random drive by shootings that have nothing to do with people that live in this neighborhood the intended target was reportedly sitting on the sidewalk with the group of people when the vehicle pulled up and someone opened fire police are investigating and the boy was treated for non life threatening

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"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Our Maria Boynton got an exclusive interview with the sister of Dr Martin Luther King junior. Had he lived Dr Martin Luther King junior would have been ninety years old yesterday. His ninety one year old sister, Dr Christine king Farris, says she wishes everyone would understand what her brother was all about. And if he were still with great as for growing up with Martin brother sister relationship. That. Alleged people look at him. My brother. Dr Farris last night at the dream forward awards as we receive the two thousand nineteen media honor for news and talk thirteen eighty I'm Maria Boynton activists in New Jersey are calling on a State Athletic association to fire the wrestling wrath who told a high school wrestler, he could either cut off his dreadlocks or forfeit his match a video of sixteen year old Andrew Johnson, cutting his locks off before a December match went viral and sparked outrage in New Jersey and around the country. The activists say the referee should be let go and have his license to ref taken away for good in two thousand sixteen that specific wrath was forced to enter sensitivity training after using a racial slur against black official during a social gathering several investigations into that referee. Alan Moloney have been launched by the states of a rice agency and the State Athletic association. Maloney is not officiating while he awaits the outcome of the investigations, the chancellor of the university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is being forced to quit after authorizing the removal of a confederate Mon. From campus chancellor Carol fault said Monday that she approved the removal of the nineteen o five monument. Call silent Sam she also said she planned to resign from her position in may once the semester was over the UNC board of governors said yesterday that they accepted her resignation, but that she had until January thirty first to leave silent. Sam was vandalized on Christmas day with the words cowards and traders, but protesters fought for it to stay sports. Now, a falcons player is undergoing a mental health evaluation in Los Angeles TMZ is reporting that police responded to a hotel yesterday after a friend reportedly became concerned about defensive intact mckinlay's wellbeing. Mckinley was not arrested head coach Dan, Quinn said the team will do everything it can to support and assist. Tech sunny with a high near fifty four today right now, thirty degrees in Norcross for news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. I'm libra Harris. Now, here's a look at traffic. Good morning everyone. It's totally thought with traffic leader finishing out this rush hour three quite a busy one. That's for sure. Trying to travel with the volume and the accidents or incidents out there at one on Peachtree industrial. Southbound is before to eighty five all the headline for if you're traveling over there onto eighty-five five right at seventy five Cobb cloverleaf, period. Twentieth. Hillstreet had one off the twenty five north after Covington highway had that slow traffic for you there from the earlier incident, and as you make a trip elsewhere trying to travel on eighty five and four hundred still on the breaks. It's Alfa Reta in Roswell Roswell in the sandy springs. The four hundred quarter eighty-five south still busy a three sixteen down to war to eighty five eighty five north approaching three sixteen also updating with Marta due to emergency conditions at the airport. We've been talking about that this morning delays are continuing they say on the north south line pulling out. Marta service, southbound trains discontinuing service at college park shuttle-service continues between airport in college park. I may apologize for any inconvenience to defect him the lease. I'm seventy stallworth on news and talk thirteen.

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"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

13:54 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Maria Boynton from our cousin station v one or three heavy opportunity to sit down with a gold medalists. Let's take a listen. It's maria. Burlington. My guest today. Wyomia Taya's the Olympic gold Melles three time Olympic gold medalist. Right, right. That's correct from Griffin Georgia. Yes. I am holding your book right now. It's called tiger bell the only tire story, and it talks about how you are woman of conviction. You went to Tennessee State university became an Olympia during the civil rights era, ladies and gentlemen, none other than why only a tired. It's. I'm giving you on ovation because your name has been in my mind for a number of years. Not only because I know your niece Tita Titus who is a longtime friend of mine, but because of what you stand for today. It's a conversation with Wyomia tires Olympic gold medals nine thousand nine hundred sixty four nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight just tell the people the metals that you have. Well, I went to Olympic Games the first Olympic Games. I went to is in Tokyo Japan in one thousand nine hundred sixty four I was just nineteen years old and my coach who at temple from Tennessee State university. Our had said to me. You're young. We a lot of people try to make an Olympic team on their first time out that doesn't happen. So we not looking for great things for you. We hope that if you make the team will be fine. That's okay. Thank you must've temple. We go to the Olympic trials and make the team. I take three people in each event. I got third and when we he's so when we got to Tokyo, Japan, he's a coach for the Olympic team there. And he says to me we're not looking for great things. We're just going to groom you for sixty eight. We're looking for you to do great things in sixty eight and as we train there for a month, and as we trained I felt I was getting stronger and stronger, but I didn't worry about that. I'm still looking at sixty acres. That's what I've been programmed of this week. Then we've started our the Olympic started. We have different heats and every heat Iranian. I want each heat and I'll get to the finals and he's attractive. He's talking to me just before we go to run the finals, he said, we'll tie. Why is he always called us to our last name is tyas? You look good in all those races. And you look like you might be able to win a medal might be as in my head. I said, that's okay. Thank you must've temple. So. Hundred meters. My best friend who's Edith McGuire divall now. She's from Atlanta. She took a pit to win one hundred meters and two hundred me to win three gold medals site Wilma Rudolph had done for years prior. And we were in to right next to me. And so we. They should go off. And we are like I'm out there for a minute. And then that keeps going where is the I know she has to be here somewhere Maciel racking to worry about is just kept running. And then all hear her. I could hear her breathing. So to speak. And I was like, and then next thing I know the races over, and I could but I knew she was right there. And I didn't know there at one and she tires, you you are you one. And that was so surprised so that was left I medal, and then I standing on a victory STAN and in sixty four and I'm going gosh. I gotta do this and four more years. And then went back four more years later, Mexico City, and it was so many things going on there. It was I graduated from college entertain one of my goals. My one Mongols was to graduate from college ideal Tennessee State, and then the other ones would go till Olympics. And here it is. I made the Olympic team to go to the Olympics in sixty eight and at the making that we were there, and it was it was just a time. Where people thought I was too old to be running at that time. I was only twenty three, but I was too old in this day and time they run into their forty or. But so everybody was an old lady. She can't win this. You can't win. But I felt like no way Abbas knock on to win it. And I was really when it time for the hundred I for the final so the hundred I felt so confident I was I don't know if you remember this but Archie bail in Israel's had a song. At called the tighten up. Remember the song my mom used to play. And also they had a dance at the time that it's called the tighten that. And just before I got in my blocks. I did that day. I told some people that I was gonna do that s how good I was feeling about myself now in so that a dance. I I mean for the start in a race. I was doing my little tighten up dance that was to loosen me up. So I could win this hundred meters. And also to hopefully, psych out sudden my opponents which idea I think with the tighten up now. Yes. Absolutely. And then we went onto a went onto win one hundred meters in doing that which most people don't realize this. They they get a lot of things confused on this. I was the first person ever. When are one hundred meters to win back to back hundred meters? Everett, never mail, another female, nobody from another country. I was the first person to ever do that. I won the gold medal in one hundred meters. I wanted in sixty four and came back and wanted to six eight never ever been done before. And most people say, oh, no. That was somebody else did that. No. I was the first one I one fish woman fish black woman all of us. Oh my goodness. Ladies and gentlemen. If you're just joining us, you're listening to Maria Boynton talking with none other than the incomparable. Why only Taya's Olympic gold Melles? She is a four time Olympic Malysz holder of multiple world. Records a longtime advocate for global human rights and women's equality in sports. Of course, her new memoir is tiger bell. There were only a tie a story. How was it writing the book you have all of these accomplishments? How long did it take to complete the book? Well, it only took about two years actually, call writer, but only about two years I really wanted to write a book for my coach at temple and that was in the process riding it and he passed away two years ago. I had not finished it and it was for him. And for the tiger bills. That was the name of the team we ran for at Tennessee State and most people I don't know if people know this, but Tennessee State was a powerhouse. And he came to sports women's sports in track and field, and you're talking about a man that has put over forty Olympians on limping team, and he has won over twenty three medals thirteen those medals goal, but we all black women. So never got the real credit for that. You think about a person has done this coach that has done something like that? There'd be things all over. Everybody would be able to speak. His name is talk about his what he has done. So for me to write my memoirs in connection with the tiger belts because they played such important part in my life. I met the tiger bells. Tennessee say that fifteen to train under him at a track camp. And that's when I met these black women that were doing things they were traveling on over the world. And now here I grew up in Griffith joy just thinking I don't know what I'm gonna do. Everybody is what are you going to do? When you grow up. I guess I could be a nurse. I guess I could be a teacher. But you know, when I got the Tennessee State and met those Tiga bills. They were talking about being more than that. You could be scientists. You could be a doctor you could you don't have to be that nurse you and I'm like I never thought in those Rams. So I pay your I think about the tiger bells before me and a tiger Kim lift me much. I give so much honor to them because it was them that really made me wanna do. Well and not only in track. But also in my studies because one thing coach temp which preaches that track the sport will open the door for you. But education will always keep the door. Keep it wide open Wyomia tires. Tell me you're from Griffin Georgia the daughter of a dairy farmer. Yes. How did you wind up at Tennessee State university? Well. Yeah. Grow with three older brothers dairy farm, and I used to play all sports with them everything. And my parents were always very encouraging. They never let my brothers go. Oh, she's a girl. She can't play. The my father would always say, look, she just as good if not better and one thing he instilled in all of us me, and my brothers the fact that, hey, if you're good they want you on your team. We're not trying to tell you you got to be the best. But if you're good people they're gonna want you on your team. So I was always encouraged to do what I wanted to do. And not to let you know if that was something I love doing. I should do it and lungs. It was not harming anybody. And we should not let people say you can't do it. Because your woman that has nothing to do with this album about how good you are. And that's when people watch sports, they watch to see how good that players are. And that's how my parents raised me. And then that carried onto higher got. Mr. temple was coach temple that Tennessee State at fifteen he saw me run in a meet in fort valley, Georgia at a track meet there, and after the meat he came up and said to me, you you look really good their tires. I have this track program. I'd like for you to come every come to the summer. And I've said that fifteen year that's something. I could do it led to every summer until I graduated from high school, and he gave me an athletic scholarship now when you think about all those guys we're talking nineteen sixty three no school in the USA was giving athletic scholarships to women. Tennessee State was the only school that was doing that. And you think about all the great athletes probably gonna pass that did not get an opportunity that we're talking about women now that did not get an opportunity the show that talent and then camel so that pretty much did it for me. I got the Tennessee State. That's how I got an education. Not only a college education. I got. Another type education. I was able to travel all over the world to learn about different people wonder about their cultures and learn about all the different ethnicities of the world. In learn to appreciate people for who. They are you listening to Wyoming your tires in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight she became the first person ever to win gold medals in the one hundred meters sprint in two consecutive Olympic Games, a feat that would not be repeated for twenty years or exceeded for almost fifty years. Yes. Wow. Thank you coach temple coach, Ed temple. How much do you attribute to his style of coaching to your success because he seemed to be saying, oh, we're not looking for greatness from you? But you showed him greater than great. Your success? How much of it? Do you attribute to his style of coaching our love, I mean, coach temple really became like a father figure to me. My father dad when I was fifteen. So when I went to Tennessee State at I chat camp. Must've temple is he just became a fire finger to me he's aged. It was very tough. He was no nonsense and all of those kinds of things, and which was okay for me. 'cause that's where my family, you know, they were they were really strict strict, but they demanded nothing. You know, you do your best whatever your best is you have to be pleased and happy with and that was coach temple and he played a role in that. He knew all those all his girls. He had a lot of girls on his team and most people always associate him with Wilma Rudolph, but he had more than women. Rudolph on his g the nineteen sixty team in Rome, the whole relay team came from Tennessee State and his style coaching was set. You know, if you do these things, I think they will work for you. And if as long as you're doing your best it works for you. And he always would say we all has, you know, we all can't go and stand on a victory STAN and win a gold medal. But we all can be in the game. We all can contribute and app could approach. Sheet that greatly and the legacy that Tigerbelles and Wilma Rudolph that they parlayed to you all what do you say about all of that? Well, it that's to me as part of my book that I wrote down we want people to notice that here. It is that these women were doing things not on what they think. So also helping out they will be helping young women showing them another way to what they could do what you never giving up and showing as a tiger Bill. This is what tiger friendship. This is what my best friend is Edith McGuire. We met each other when we were fifteen and guess what we're still best friends. We talk to each other every day, real friendship real friendship. We have been that way. I'm very close. It will always be do y'all still run together because you look, well and fed and able to keep running I can remember mouth. I can't run thing else. I wish I could run. But you know, the at retired in sixty eight I that was it for me. And then I went back and. Dan track for a while. But no, basically I walk every day. And I do I go and exercise, and that's about it and eat properly elbow, those kinds of things and stay healthy is I can Wyomia tires were looking at the book again here tiger bell. The why only tire story. Thank you so much for being here. I am still in awe of your greatness. Thank you. Thank you very much. You.

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"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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12:58 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Maria Boynton from our cousins station v one of three heavy opportunity to sit down with a gold medalists. Let's take a listen. It's maria. Burlington. My guest today. Wyomia Taya's the Olympic gold Melles three time Olympic gold medalist. Right, right. That's correct from Griffin Georgia. Yes. I am holding your book right now. It's called tiger bell the Wyomia tire story, and it talks about how you are woman of conviction. You went to Tennessee State university became an Olympian during the civil rights era, ladies and gentlemen, none other than why only a tie it. I'm giving you an ovation because your name has been in my mind for a number of years. Not only because I know your niece Tina tires who is a longtime friend of mine, but because of what you stand for today. It's a conversation with Wyomia tie Olympic gold medalist nine thousand nine hundred sixty four nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight just tell the people the medals that you have. Well, I went to two Olympic Games. The first Olympic Games that went to is in Tokyo Japan in nineteen sixty four I was just nineteen years old and my coach who at temple from Tennessee State university. Hours had said to me. Well, you know. Oh, you're young. We a lot of people try to make an Olympic team on their first time out that doesn't happen. So we're not looking for great things for you. We hope that you know, if you make started following us. We have almost ten thousand followers on our page, but more importantly out in the community during the work. We start at sandwiches. Shame to peel back the layers of shame and stigma around mental health. So we could normalize the conversation. And we have so many people that come out to our panel discussions that listen to our podcast on itunes. And what I'm finding is that so many people are out there suffering or they have family members or friends or co-workers suffering. And they really don't know how to encourage them to either continue getting the treatment that they need or to initially seek help again, everyone if you're just joining us. You're listening to shotty dos. She is the founder of the salads. The shame movement. The reason we're here today. Of course, shanty you join with intercom radio here in Atlanta to highlight and normalized the conversation surrounding the issue of mental health. When we talk about mental health. What are we talking about here Shanti? So we all have mental health. We may not all have a mental illness. But you're talking about just the unique ability to wake up every day, and to lead our normal lives, and to be able to think properly and think clearly I think we live in a society and culture, where there's so many stressors out there for us now, whether it's socioeconomic or political financial, and so it's it's really tough for a lot of people to understand how to channel their emotions their thoughts and their feelings, and what we're trying to do is to help people again normal Lhasa conversation, but to understand that they are healthy coping mechanisms because you know, I think you and ask year at off line that, you know, we've had family members that may have had more severe mental illnesses. But what I want everyone to know and your listeners Maria is that no one, and I mean, no one is immune to this. It could be the loss of a loved one of a child. It could be a key going through a divorce with their parents that can be very traumatic. So any kind of traumatic experience could possibly sin someone into. You know, a clinical depression, if you don't learn how to deal with those thoughts and feelings and frustrations over time. If you don't seek counseling from therapists and not everyone may need medication. But I do believe in therapy on talk therapy. Sometimes we just have to have that objective person in our lives to help us process. Our thoughts why why did shanty dos decide to start the silence? The shame movement. What was your reasoning? So my reasoning was my father took his own life. When I was seven months old growing up in the African American community is something that we're very hush hush about. I was embarrassed Maria to tell people how my dad had died. I would just say, oh he died. But I didn't tell anyone that he killed himself. Because I would think I thought people would think less of me because of that. And so for many years, my mom, and I didn't really talk about it. I didn't even want my mom to bring his name up. Although she said oh your day loved you. He was sick. I didn't really understood what that was. And I didn't understand suicide. And so as I got older. I started to really try to peel back those layers and understand what it meant for someone to take their own life. And so I think as I got successful, and a successful is I wasn't entertainment industry that still doesn't, you know, mask all of your problems, right? And we're still human beings. And so aside from all the glitz glamour and highlights and red carpets. I found myself dealing with my dad's suicide as an adult also for years ago, my best friend took her own life. And so there was a lot of guilt and sell who blame there because I was one of the last people to talk to her the weekend before it happened. And so I kept rehashing and going back through my cops trying to figure out what I had done wrong. And there was always this looming over my head that because my dad did it is this something that I might do one day. So in two thousand fifteen I came really close to taking some pills. I was Maria thought my work was done here. I between my best friend suicide my own. Personal issues of stress and not being able to cope properly. It just kinda sent me into a downward spiral. So here we are three years later by the grace of God, God places movement in my lap. And I said I have to turn my pain into something. That's more powerful to help other people. And I just you know, I said, you know, I'm not going to be embarrassed anymore. Not going to be afraid to talk about it. And sure enough once I started opening up. It was very empowering for me. And I think the vulnerability allows me to be able to touch so many lives. And so for that, I'm grateful. Let's go back to when you thought you were going to take some pills. What was the feeling what do you recall going through your mind? Was it the loss of your dad, the loss of your friend along with what else? It was a very dark day for me. I remember crying. Uncontrollably. As ever watch something, and you cry and then use like snap out of it. Okay. That was the exact opposite me. I felt like I had watched a sad movie and just continue crying for the rest of the day. And it was interesting because I had all these thoughts coming into my head that I felt like I couldn't control. And I was like gosh is this the devil in my head like what is going on? And so I just said it was okay. Hi, gone through my medicine cabinet hours. Identifying how many pills that I had because I felt like that was the easiest way to do it. I did have thoughts in the back of my head of how this would affect my family, and I did not want to do that to my family again after them having lived through it with my father. But and I don't really wanna die Maria. I didn't want to die. Let me say that. I just wanted the pain to go away. And I didn't know how to stop it. And ended up getting out of the house running into a friend. And I know that was just got a place in that friend and my my pathway, and they convinced me to call my sister because they know how close I am to my sister. And she convinced me to call the national suicide prevention lifeline, which is one eight hundred two seven three talk. So I talked to someone with the lifeline for about twenty minutes, and I was still crying and going through it. But I was at least trying to trying to deal with the situation because I was so afraid to go back home 'cause I just didn't trust myself. And also, text my pastor, and my press pastor told me that he would pray with me. But he also wanted me to get help which is interesting because sometimes in our churches, you know, not everyone in the Christian community understands how to deal with suicide. And I do think you need to pray and be faithful. But sometimes you need to pray and ask God to allow you to go to the doctor. It's no different than when you you know, are stricken with cancer. Diabetes or some other illness. You typically will go to the doctor get the proper diagnosis and get whatever help that you need for some reason, I was just afraid to see a psychiatrist I didn't want to be in any kind of medication. Could I didn't want to think I was quote, unquote, crazy? And now when I look back, you know, it, you know, so many people I think experiences, I'm not crazy. You know? I hate to even utilize that were nowadays. I just got into a situation, and I needed help to get out of it. You listen to Shahi dos. The founder of the salads. The shame movement. It has grown by leaps and bounds. Of course, you said because of social media, let's talk about your own personal experience. Johnny you've been telling us about that very dark day in two thousand fifteen where you'd already lost your dad when you were seven months, so then you lose a very good friend, and you have a very very dark day to where you say, I'm gonna take a handful of pills, and I'm going to end it right now. And then you say, you know, that it was God that came in that day because you went out saw somebody you. You went to the church for help. Let's talk about who was there for you. You went to the church. How was your family in all of this when you were going through your situation? So I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't tell a lot of my family members. I think that I was afraid and in an I knew that if I was going to go ahead and complete it that I didn't want to talk to them because I knew they would try to stop me. And I just didn't want to bring anybody into the situation. But again, I think it was just a sign from God that allow me to call my sister. Because I I, you know, now, I realize he wasn't done with me here are in. There was more work for me to do. And so that's why he gave me the courage and strength to be able to call my sister. But you know, I didn't share it with my brother and we've since talked about it. But he was very hurt when he found out about it. And my mother has Alzheimer's. And so the only piece that I found that I thought well if it happened. She's not gonna really know. Anyway, in it won't affect her the same way. But yeah, I didn't bring a lot of my families and friends into it. And I think that's why I was so hard for them to process it or understand it or even believe it so to speak because I was very secretive about it. And I didn't wanna tell anyone is an issue of the mind, which in itself is very complicated, very complex. So how would you explain your being able to unravel what was going on and to work your way out to see clearly it's like being an amaz- almost in not being able to find your way to the end of the maze and. Almost like an opening within the maze that gives you the secret doorway that you can enter through. And so it was no real rhyme or reason that night, but I think I just kind of finally surrendered and was like, okay, if I'm not gonna take my own life. How do I get help? And those thoughts were kind of going on in my mind. And so once I talk to the person on the suicide prevention lifeline, one eight hundred two seven three talk. You know, they were asking me, you know, are you in a position where you can Hong yourself right now. And I said, actually, no I'm in the car, I'm driving around. And so I think it was a good thing that for whatever reason God or whoever, you know, I just got out of the house because I knew that if I stayed in my bedroom, which my bet bathroom is attached. The I might have taken those pills. And I'm just very grateful that I did not what do you see it? I know that you've talked to a lot of of health professionals in finding the silence. The shame movement through the years. What are we finding are some of the issues that can take people over into the realm of those dark days and saying I can't do this anymore. What work can be some of the factors that pushed him over the edge. I guess some of the triggers I think in symptoms can be the loss of a job the loss of a spouse. Even sometimes, you know, we have these mass shootings. So having a child or friend get killed in one of those mass shootings. It could be a relationship. We we oftentimes talk about it in the mental health community that we see a lot of suicides happen as a result of, you know, breakup with relationships are, you know, how you hear about murder suicides. So that very common even in silicone valley there. The story that CNN published a couple years ago called the secret in Silicon Valley. And so we found that a lot of these high powered high-profile executives couldn't cope with stress of being in that world in. So there was a gentleman who worked at EBay that literally he was like on the senior level, and he had a wife and two key is he just jumped in front of a train a moving train..

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Seven, eight fifty eight five eighty five I'd love to hear. More about that Delray Beach location again, just to see, if anybody, else had any complaints, about that pretty interesting actually ready story on the post the your employer George about that location. In in western Boynton. Beach near me that is a synagogue. That had been a polling place I guess they, had some problems before so a lot A lot of people are just as. We've talked about last break they're fighting. Out this morning Throwing stones at anybody, because? We're all busy but you're finding out this morning where you're supposed to go, to vote right this, is why. You have a checklist right there. On on the post website which is pretty good pretty accurate that's, why I was vote early That's right Well you're always working, day? Off, right yeah That's. That's true like here I am I'm working I'm on the, job right, now as right should probably promote you know Palm Beach, post. And. At, our new podcast inside Florida. Politics cool yeah I've done two podcast now? So how do you like. That whole world because. That's where it's gone I I enjoy it and. So, at least the first two, were? Fun You. Know what's that third one that gets you right The first two were were, strong. And you know we'll see it's called inside Florida politics, I, know you've been in the business. A long time but but I've done to. Podcast now. So we're kind. Of where we're. Right there you're right. Surpassed us already you were there you've done it already I've, never actually listened, to a podcast until? I did, one so you're like how does this. Go injured, spirits young young people are really into it These internet thing that's. Going to be big series of tubes Bill. Yes the. Internet is a. Series of tubes. We'll find again someday. You're right that's pretty cool though you can find it on, I tunes I, would imagine wherever you download podcasts? Inside Florida politics that's cool every week You can invite us..

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LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

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05:06 min | 2 years ago

LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

"F. t. l. it's eighty three degrees. In lake worth it's eighty five degrees and, lottery hill President Trump says he's willing to meet with. Rainy and president Hassan Ramani I do believe that they will probably end up wanting to meet and I'm ready. To meet any time they want to and I don't do that from strength. Or from weakness I think it's an appropriate thing to. Do talking with reporters at the White House today Trump said. He would not insist on preconditions and defended pulling the. US out of the Iran. Nuclear record if we could work something out that's meaningful not the waste of paper that the other deal was I would certainly be willing to make President. Trump says he has no problem shutting down the government over immigration it's time we had proper border security with. A laughing stock of the world we have the worst immigration laws anywhere in. The world the government runs out of. Money at, the end of September part. Of what Trump is demanding involves several billion dollars To start. Building a massive wall on the US Mexico border the operators of the duck boat that sank July nineteenth in. Branson Missouri killing seventeen people is facing a one hundred million dollar wrongful death lawsuit with this lawsuit we hope that we. Will drive the death trap duck bus out of best. Attorney Bob Mondello says that the claim states the canopy of the boat track those on. Board dragging them to the bottom of the lake you're damned if you do your data if you don't. You're drowned if you do your drowned if, you don't they put their passengers in an impossible situation. Where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck boats six a school funded by. One of the best basketball players ever is officially open but when people ask. Me why why school because I know exactly what these. Towards under forty kids are going through on the all the. Nightmares that they have because because I've been there LeBron James helped open the I promise school today. In his hometown of Akron Ohio school made possible by a partnership between the LeBron James family foundation and Akron Ohio, public schools the goal to create a fruitful environment for kids who have a hard. Life so the dogs we have a responsibility to not let these kids down to continue, to be the teachers the mentors the superheroes. Everything that's. Our responsibility to US senators, calling in the, Federal Trade. Commission to investigate the company, blamed for mismanaging, Florida's sun pass and electric toll systems in six other states conduit has been, accused of billing customers for inaccurate told charges late fees, and penalties senators Bill Nelson of Florida Gary Peters of Michigan say if drivers. Are being hurt financially the, FTC, should hold? The vendor accountable and prevent it from doing further harm earlier this month Florida Department of transportation announced it was suspending contract payments for conduit after the Botched a two hundred eighty seven million dollar upgrade of the sun, pass system Florida's primary is just weeks away according to the latest Mason Dixon poll, democrat Gwen Graham. And Republican Rick desanta 's are leading their parties pollster Brad Coker says Graham. May have an, advantage grams favorability is thirty five negative rating only five to Sanchez's favorable is thirty two, which is, right behind, hers. But he has a twenty one percent unfavorable rating President Trump speaks at a rally for dissent us on. Tuesday at the Florida state fairgrounds in Tampa North Korea returns. The remains of US troops killed during the Korean war and, Boynton beach career Korean war. Veteran hopes the remains, include his friends here's, eight fifty WFAN Karen Curtis with the, story Eighty-five-year-old Boynton beach Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only. One of his, friends to survive the, war green will join fifty w. f. t. l. tomorrow Teno five to talk about his. Fallen comrades came in through and they were very This one group Survivor out. Of thirty Friday the possible remains a fifty five US servicemen killed during the Korean war or taken off a US military plane. And South Korea green is optimistic that a box could contain at least one of, the thirty eight Karen Curtis news talk eight fifty w. t. l. and gas prices in. Florida down slightly but that could. 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Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

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Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

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"boynton" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on WLAC

"It's all right there the weekend joepags love having you along for the ride we talked about this restaurant attack in there was another attack i guess in boynton beach florida which is in palm beach county where a guy had a trump flag in his front yard and somebody thought it would be smart to stop and yell and have an argument than than like beat the guy upper punch him or something i'm not really sure i understand the left thinks that they're the ones who have morality they're the ones that are are the understanding people they're the ones that are not incendiary it's all very strange to me i wanted to talk about maxine waters the yours representative from california impeach forty five it bitch i wanted to talk about her because she's out there imploring those in the left to gather crowds and don't let people who worked for the administration gas or eat at a restaurant or asleep at night and then she goes on msnbc and actually says harass them of harassers legal term and it's actually a violation of law few arrest somebody so i wanted to talk to somebody from the administration about that about six months in the tax cuts and much more it's hogan gidley he's the deputy press secretary for the trump administration hogan i appreciate you taking the time how are you i'm great hey happy fourth of july week man this is a big week for us and to you it's going to be amazing they're they're going to be tickets you can get to come to the white house and actually watch the fireworks in the white house lawn people are snatching those up right and left it's gonna be a great week must be incredible to be in washington for that i haven't been there for fourth of july i'll make plans to do it next time really glad to have some time with you but let me let me start out with i mean your position is deputy press secretary so you work for sarah sanders obviously she was kicked out of a restaurant not very long ago you had yet kristen nielsen the dha secretary shouted out of a restaurant you want to go even outside the administration pam bondi who's a well known conservative the attorney general in florida couldn't go see a movie that being screamed adding shouted at and saturday and then you've got maxine waters who is like the senior stateswoman who's out there actually being a proponent of this harassed them she's pushing people to break the law to bother people like you what are your thoughts as a guy just as a person who's got a personal life outside of the job and what are your thoughts on the job i just couldn't imagine if the roles were reversed and a prominent republican the face of the republican party were to come out and say i want you to make sure that any person who comes out from the obama administration whether they're eating dinner pumping their car with gas or with their family i want you to go up there and getting their face and draw crowd and harassed them and yell at them and let them know that they're not welcome in public they're not welcome at an establishment i mean could you imagine the outcry if the roles were i i mean this is an incredible time in our country to see people in elected office who should be calling for civility and a healthy robust debate on the ideas instead we're basically being told and preach to by people in congress that you need to get out there and harass people in this administration i mean it's it's it's scary it's not good and i'll say i've heard from many reporters who just say to me privately when do you think this is going to turn violent i mean they know that that's what's coming because of some of the rhetoric that has been out there by people like maxine waters another rhetorical obviously but but i'm gonna still offer the answer when it came to obama a guy like me i just happen to be conservative i'm somebody who believes in the found founding fathers in our original values year when i complained about his policy people freaked out and said it was a racist imagining somebody calling out a member of his staff or even him himself you he was like a.

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"boynton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The the weekend with joepags love having you along for the ride we talked about this restaurant attack and there was another attack i guess in boynton beach florida which is in palm beach county where a guy had a trump flag in his front yard and somebody thought it would be smart to stop and yell and have an argument than than like beat the guy upper punch him or something i'm not really sure i understand the left thinks that they're the ones who have morality they're the ones that are are the understanding people they're the ones that are not incendiary it's all very strange to me i wanted to talk about maxine waters the us representative from california impeach forty five it bitch i wanted to talk about her because she's out there imploring those on the left who to gather crowds and don't let people who work for the administration get gas or eat at a restaurant or asleep at night and then she goes on msnbc and actually says harassed them harassers legal term and it's actually a violation of law few harass somebody so i wanted to talk to somebody from the administration about that about six months in the tax cuts and much more it's hogan gidley he's a deputy press secretary for the trump administration hogan i appreciate you taking the time how are you i'm great hey happy fourth of july week man it's a big week for us and to you it's going to be amazing they're they're going to be tickets you can get to come to the white house and actually watch the fireworks from the white house lawn people are snatching those up right and left it's going to be a great week i must be incredible to be in washington for that i haven't been there for fourth of july i'll make plans to do it next time it really glad to have some time with you but let me let me start out with i mean your position is deputy press secretary so you work for sarah sanders obviously she was kicked out of a restaurant not very long ago you had you had kristen nielsen the dha secretary shouted out of a restaurant you if you're gonna wanna go even outside the administration pam bondi who's a well known conservative the attorney general in florida couldn't go see a movie that being screamed adding shouted at and shattered and then you've got maxine waters who is like the senior stateswoman who's out there actually being a proponent of this harassed them she's pushing people to break the law to bother people like you what are your thoughts as a guy just as a person who's got a personal life outside of the job and what are your thoughts on the job i just couldn't imagine if the roles were reversed and a re a prominent republican the face of the republican party were to come out and say i want you to make sure that any person who comes out from the obama administration whether they're eating dinner pumping their car with gas or with their family i want you to go up there and getting their face draw crowd and harassed them and yell at them and let them know that they're not welcome in public they're not welcome at an establishment i mean could you imagine the outcry if the roles were reversed i mean this is an incredible time in our country to see people in in elected office who should be calling for civility and a healthy robust debate on the ideas instead we're basically being told and preach to by people in congress that you need to get out there and harass people and this administration i mean it's it's it's scary it's not good and i'll say i've heard from any reporters who just say to me privately when do you think this is going to turn violent i mean they know this that's what's coming because of some of the rhetoric that has been out there by people like maxine waters it was rhetorical obviously but but i'm gonna still offer the answer when it came to obama a guy like me i just happen to be conservative i'm somebody who believes in the found the founding fathers and our original values year when i complained about his policy people freaked out and said it was a racist i mean imagining somebody calling out a member of his staff or or even him himself you he was like a.

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"boynton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"There the weekend with joepags love having you along for the ride we talked about this restaurant attack in there was another attack i guess in boynton beach florida which is in palm beach county where a guy had a trump flag front yard and somebody thought it would be smart to stop and yell and having been like beat the guy upper punch him or something i'm not really sure i understand the left thinks that they're the ones who have morality they're the ones that are are the understanding people they're the ones that are not incendiary it's all very strange to me i wanted to talk about maxine waters the yours representative from california impeach forty five it beach i wanted to talk about her because she's out there imploring those in the left to to gather crowds and don't let people who work for the administration get gas or eat at a restaurant or asleep at night and then she goes on msnbc and actually says harassed them harass a legal term and it's actually a violation of law few arrest somebody so i wanted to talk to somebody from the administration about that about six months in the tax cuts and much more it's hogan gidley he's a deputy press secretary for the trump administration hogan i appreciate you taking the time how are you i'm great fourth of july week band is a big week for us and to you it's going to be amazing they're they're gonna be tickets you can get to come to the white house and actually watch the fireworks from the white house lawn people are snatching those up right and left it's going to be a great week must be incredible to be in washington for that i haven't been there for fourth of july i'll make plans to do it next time we're really glad to have some time with you but let me let me start out with your position is deputy press secretary so you work for sarah sanders obviously she was kicked out of a restaurant not very long ago you had yet kristen nielsen the dha secretary shouted out of a restaurant you had i mean if you're gonna wanna go even outside the administration pam bondi who's a well known conservative the attorney general in florida couldn't go see a movie that being screamed adding shouted at and shattered and then you've got maxine waters who is like the senior stateswoman who's out there actually being a proponent of this harassed them she's pushing people to break the law to bother people like you what are your thoughts as a guy just as a person who's got a personal life outside of the job and what are your thoughts on the job i just couldn't imagine if the roles reversed and a re a prominent republican the face of the republican party were to come out and say i want you to make sure that any person who comes out from the obama administration whether they're eating dinner pumping their car with gas or with their family i want you to go up there and getting their face and draw a crowd and harassed them and yell at them and let them know that they're not welcome in public they're not welcome at an establishment i mean could you imagine the outcry if the roles were reversed i mean this is an incredible time in our country to see people in elected office who should be calling for civility and a healthy robust debate on the ideas instead we're basically being told and preach to by people in congress that you need to get out there and harass people and this administration i mean it's it's it's scary it's not oh good i'll say i've heard from any reporters who just say to me privately when you think this is going to turn violent yeah i mean they know that that's what's coming because of some of the rhetoric that has been out there about people like maxine waters another rhetorical obviously but but i'm gonna still offer the answer when it came to obama a guy like me i just happened to be conservative i'm somebody who believes in the found the founding fathers and our original values year when i complained about his policy people freaked out and said i was a racist i mean imagining somebody calling out a member of his staff or or even him himself you he was like a.

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"boynton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on WTVN

"There the weekend with joepags love having you along for the ride we talked about this restaurant attack and there was another attack i guess in boynton beach florida which is in palm beach county where a guy had a trump flag in his front yard and somebody thought it would be smart to stop and yell and have an argument than been like beat the guy upper punch him or something i'm not really sure i understand the left thinks that they're the ones who have morality they're the ones that are are the standing people they're the ones that are not incendiary it's all very strange to me i wanted to talk about maxine waters the us representative from california impeach forty five it beach i wanted to talk about her because she's out there imploring those in the left to to gather crowds and don't let people who work for the administration get gas or eat at a restaurant or asleep at night and then she goes on msnbc and actually says harass them of harassers legal term and it's actually a violation of law if you arrest somebody so i wanted to talk to somebody from the administration about that about six months in the tax cuts and much more token gidley he's the deputy press secretary for the trump administration hogan i appreciate you taking the time how are you i'm great hey happy fourth of july week man it's a big week for us and to you it's going to be amazing there they're going to be tickets you can get to come to the white house and actually watch the fireworks in the white house lawn people are snatching those up right and left it's gonna be a great week i must be incredible to be in washington for that i haven't been there for fourth of july i'll make plans to do it next time really glad to have some time with you but let me let me start out with your position is deputy press secretary so you work for sarah sanders obviously she was kicked out of a restaurant not very long ago you had yet kristen nielsen the dha secretary shouted out of a restaurant you had to be if you're gonna wanna go even outside the administration pam bondi who's a well known conservative the attorney general in florida couldn't go see a movie that being screamed adding shouted at and then a shattered and then you've got naxi waters who is like the senior stateswoman who's out there actually being a proponent of this harassed them she's pushing people to break the law to bother people like you what are your thoughts as a guy just as a person who's got a personal life outside of the job and and what are your thoughts on the job i just couldn't imagine if the roles were reversed and a re a prominent republican the face of the republican party were to come out and say i want you to make sure that any person who comes out from the obama administration whether they're eating dinner pumping their car with gas or with their family i want you to go up there and getting their face and draw crowd and harassed them and yell at them and let them know that they're not welcome in public they're not welcome at an establishment i mean could you imagine the outcry arose were i i mean this is an incredible time in our country to see people in in elected office should be calling for civility and in a healthy robust debate on the ideas instead we're basically being told and preach to by people in congress that you need to get out there and harass people in this administration i mean it's it's it's scary it's not good and i'll say i've heard so many reporters who just say to me privately when do you think this is going to turn violent i mean they know this that's what's coming because of some of the rhetoric th that has been out there about people like maxine waters another who is it was rhetorical obviously but but i'm gonna still offer the answer when he came to obama a guy like me i just happened to be conservative i'm somebody who believes in the found the founding fathers and our original values here when i complained about his policy people freaked out and said it was a racist i mean imagining somebody calling out a member of his staff or or even him himself you he was like a god he was.

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"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"There the weekend with joepags love having you along for the ride we talked about this restaurant attack and there was another attack i guess in boynton beach florida which is in palm beach county where a guy had a trump flag in his front yard and somebody thought it would be smart to stop and yell and have an argument than than like beat the guy upper punch him or something i'm not really sure i understand the left thinks that they're the ones who have morality they're the ones that are are the understanding people they're the ones that are not incendiary it's all very strange to me i wanted to talk about maxine waters the us representative from california impeach forty five beach i wanted to talk about her because she's out there imploring those in the left to to gather crowds and don't let people who work for the administration get gas or even a restaurant or asleep at night and then she goes on msnbc and actually says harassed them on harassers a legal term and it's actually a violation of law if you harass somebody so i wanted to talk to somebody from the administration about that about six months in the tax cuts and much more token gidley he's the deputy press secretary for the trump administration hogan i appreciate you taking the time how are you i'm great happy fourth of july week bandits is big week for us and to you it's going to be amazing there there are going to be tickets you can get to come to the white house and watch the fireworks in the white house lawn people are snatching those up right and left it's gonna be a great week i must be incredible to be in washington for that i haven't been there for fourth of july on plans to do it next time it really glad to have some time with you but let me let me start out with your position is deputy press secretary so you work for sarah sanders obviously she was a kicked out of a restaurant not very long ago you had yet kristen nielsen the dhs secretary shouted out of a restaurant you had to be if you're gonna wanna go even outside the administration pam bondi who's a well known conservative the attorney general in florida couldn't go see a movie that being screamed at shouted at and shouted at and then you've got naxi waters who is like the senior stateswoman who's out there actually being a proponent of this harass them she's pushing people to break the law to bother people like you what are your thoughts as a guy just as a person who's got a personal life outside of the job and what are your thoughts on the job i just couldn't imagine if the roles were reversed and a re a prominent republican the face of the republican party were to come out and say i want you to make sure that any person who comes out from the obama administration whether they're eating dinner pumping their car with gas or with their family i want you to go up there and getting their face and draw crowd and harassed him and yell at them and let them know that they're not welcome in public they're not welcome at an establishment i mean could you imagine the outcry the roles were reversed i mean this is an incredible time in our country to see people and elected officers should be calling for civility and a healthy robust debate on the ideas instead we're basically being told and preach to by people in congress that you need to get out there and harass people innocent ministration i mean it's it's it's scary it's not good i'll say i've heard so many reporters who just say to me privately when you think this is going to turn violent i mean they know this that's what's coming because of some of the rhetoric that that has been out there about people like maxine waters another it was it was rhetorical obviously but but i'm gonna still offer the answer when it came to obama a guy like me i just happened to be conservative i'm somebody who believes in in the founder the founding fathers and our original values here when i complained about his policy people freaked out and said it was a racist i mean imagining somebody calling out a member of his staff or or even him himself you he was like a.

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"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Five eighty five germany and boynton beach how are you today hey rich how are you seeing you with friday at the policeman discussion thank you i hope it was good for you it was very good i wanna just hit a slightly different angle to this and very very interesting show i'm old enough to remember all of these stores but about a week ago we were act the city place in west palm beach and you know they used to be a macy's they're obviously very nice store a lot of energy well they let you win now and it's basically ninety percent empty except they have like one or two artists displays the trying to do something with it but walking around it was so spooky single all the seventy space and in addition they had some of the perfume racks and other things for sale the signs were still up and of course being the whys behind on yam is the girl at suggests where's the men's suits but it was very spooky in a really brought home what's happening to retail to be in that youtube store and it's like nothing i think that the reason that macy's went out and some people may disagree with me but i think that was never a fullsize macy's that's right but still you know they have the signs up and again they have some of the furniture but some of the splayed that somebody could buy in on that ninety percent of the stasis empty and you remember i remember walking through it and obviously seeing it and it just brings home you know that plus sears being out at the town center really brings home hell no longer the town centre daulat went out to close about two months ago you're kidding me oh i'm not i had no idea i've been there in a while it is not there a tremendous amount of square footage that would explain why i was forgot what day it was but one day about a week ago i guess it was on sunday of last week at this past week the past i was driving by the mall had to go pick something up at saks and it was about ten to six and i thought the mall closes at six and then when we overwhelmed to the other side by sears i said it's i guess they're closer there's no cars by cedar valley understand why there were no cars it's here that's so bizarre i think they took the sign down i'm not sure but it's definitely out wow that's amazing under one thing you know the one thing that amazes me that the kmart on palmetto park road is still open yeah you know they've taken some of their stores down i am utter shock right now it took down the sears in at the town center that's just oh it's definitely gone well thanks jeremy i appreciate it all right good show good to talk to you too thank you so much thanks for ruining by day two now that that's just comes as a shock to me i had no idea i wonder if they had a big salad i missed out on that because they got some really good electron extent and if you wanted to buy the refrigerator some place to go plaid stamps competed with the stamps yeah i.

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"boynton" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Companies that dealt with the magazine industry and i had one that was located in jacksonville which is why i was on my way there but we had another one that was down around deerfield beach boca raton kind of every boynton beach area south florida by grandmother also lived in boynton so i get down there's frequently as i possibly could many trips to miami and oftentimes with actually fly into miami if the rates were better than they would sometimes be flying into west palm beach international airport plus miami was much larger the airport that is but i actually flew that route two maybe three times a month and i'll tell you what when i heard that story absolutely panicked me now if you remember the valujet and there was also people's airlines and pioneer airlines and american spirit airlines this was a time of airline deregulation where these little pseudo carriers and they weren't always even affiliated with the big boys like sometimes you'll see like oh delta express or whatever these are independent airlines and this thing you know they were pretty much typically old retrofitted d c nines which is a very reliable plane some of those data service twenty twentyfive even thirty years so it was a discount airline because again you know i'm paying for this out of my own pocket there's no first class you know everybody is in you know they'd have a business class on these days this is all coach and you know.

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"boynton" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"boynton" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"Fighter pilots to go defend the burma road against the japanese the pay was good in the flying tigers as they recalled also got a five hundred dollars bonus for each confirmed killed the the growing family to support boynton needed the money he really wanted to get out of debt redeeming himself in his 1958 autobiography bob bob black sheep boynton claimed to have shut down six aircraft for the tigers put the record proves otherwise he only had two aerial victories that were documented and paid for he felt penny should have been paid for four planes that he destroyed on the ground in fact during his brief stint with the flying tigers boynton had more fights with his fellow pilots that he ever did with the japanese major general john alice then a lieutenant in the v g remembers him well he was alive elodie he lost aeroplanes he got lost bland if we hills up of and finally well you know what pepys problem he drank too much can also sending back the united states he ended up getting a commission as a marine major and the reserves and was sent overseas in january of 1943 board that same ship young henry boohbooh shwe be brought aboard a case of scotch sticking out to his generals front friendly out there and i'd say above a handover the first week it was all gone after the squadron is formed in you guys are part of that that first combat tour with the squadron.

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