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"brent young" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"brent young" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Of the day cincinnati's. Espn fifteen thirty ton of bearcats yesterday. We'll get into a bunch more. You see tomorrow lot of bengals today but before we got off the air this afternoon evening in the summer austin this afternoon because the sun's out in january five thirty is like midnight. It's awful hate it stupid. Daylight savings time we got brent young. My football beat writer..
Early signing day: Latest on the nation's top 25 college football recruits
"It's signing day part one in college football with the early signing period. now which. I'm sure coaches love because they championship games and bowl games. All that other stuff. It is obviously been a very busy time for the uc coaching staff. And a big reason why is putting together a twenty three players signing class or recruiting class. I should say for the the class of two thousand and twenty one during the early signing period we are obviously huge fans of bear journal. Dot com chad. Brendel comes on this show all the time. He'll be with us tomorrow at three forty five but because it is sunday i wanted to bring in brent young who also covers. Uc's sports and pretty heavy recruiting emphasis for bearcat journal dot com. He is on twitter at. Excuse me at be young sports and He's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. What should i what what stands out most about this. This particular group of players the bearcats have inked You know what really stands out to me. The most i often travel on. It's just kind of the debt that that numerous positions the the high level of talent. It might not have the the top players like you know. You have last year with with prater and jean thomas and jane thompson. The four stars really really kind of flooding the top of the list. But what was really shown and this one is just the death and the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really clear that you would expect kind of just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each physician. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impact next year special teams but more further down the line right. Give me one or two players. That if i look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out. You don't have to go with i. Brian threats i think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll. East coming in is going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs. They're gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're going to see him on special teams quite a lot. You're going to see him trying really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is going to have a humorous players that are going to have to be funneled out and figured out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster. So yeah i think threats comes in. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know you play offense as well as the high school level but really defensively special teams where. I'm expecting him to kind of have almost an immediate impact and then outside of that You know give me. Give me an office alive because it seems. Recently we have causes there possibly had numerous true freshman. Kind break that that that you know. Talk to on the depth chart. And i think that you look at a player like luke collins where who could step in at the tackle position is one of the better fruits that program history for the bearcats. And i think he's gonna have a chance to really kinda shy know now. Land is gonna have a chance to really shine but and then of course you look at the depth as i've constantly mentioned it's going to be hard for some of these players really crack the rotation because now you see we've been able to turn you know one as one bs and constant we have players available at each position. So really specialties. Would be the place to watch out for. Maybe i'd a toxic to watch out for who could have an impact on kickoff teams kickoff return team things of that sort. There are seven kids from the greater cincinnati area around up the kids from from From from from this class from the greater cincinnati area. yeah. I talked about Gmc defensive player of the year. It of seems like that's been that the bearcats have been able to do is bring in big time defensive players from the great cincinnati area and that first off. He has a fantastic a phenomenal nickname. And it's the godfather dante. I mean better. Carry that with him and he'd better have it all the way throughout his playing career. Whether it is in the nfl anywhere he goes. Dante corleones the godfather of course from rain high school. He's going to be a cog in the middle. You shake his hand and he just completely engulfs your hand. It makes you feel small just a bowling ball of a player. And he kinda of exact situation as i say of the death i mean. He's he's the second lowest rated player in this entire recruiting class. But you've accused. Gmc defensive player of the year. you get sacks. he's going to be a big shopper. Upfront i mean forced. You gotta mentioned the land fickle. That really great story about him is is of course he. He sat down at the dinner table with his father. And he said you know data. I think i'm gonna be a bearcat and and we've said no. I don't accept that i need a little bit more. You know force behind that. And that's you know he said okay came back days later and i'm sure he fought as much force as possible and You know land is going to be a player. That i think is surprised. Because he's got the talent that his dad has of leeward hours another great flare out of princeton. I mean you just keep on going up and down the list and then of course you know you got ice. Jarman is a good outside player. And i already talked about mouth glenn. This is just going to be another one of those. The state of cincinnati is what they call it and and keeping hometown heroes around the greater cincinnati area. They're all gonna big impact on the team. All right look. I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks at twenty. Four seven are relentless. Put this class up against other competitors in the put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools. And then tell me where would stack up or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools. Right you know first off forty second in the country. You might know that at that and think okay. That seems like a high number but you break it down. This is pop. G five recruiting class top class in the afc. You know an average of eighty five point one that is second behind what last year. The eighty five point three Just just the amount of average ratings throughout the entire class you know the groups that break higher than what auburn has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff hole which. I'm sure you've completely broke down but higher than in iowa state hires than a ucla arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five twenty to twenty five power. Five software says up bearcats actually had a higher national rank. Nance so you're looking at you. Know one of the best britain the best group of five but one of the better entire classes and the and the nation he look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic roof. And they're going to be you know like i said it's going to be a couple years down the line. You're gonna start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one
"brent young" Discussed on Mo Egger
"I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks who twenty four seven are put this class up against other competitors in the afc. Put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools and then Tell me where it would stack up. Or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools right. I you know. I off forty second in the country. You might bat night at that and think okay. That seems like a high number. But you break it down this top g. Five recruiting class top flash in the. Afc you know. An average of eighty five point one. That is second behind. What last year eighty five point three. Just just the amount of of average ratings for the entire class you know be visit the group that rates higher than what all has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff which. I'm sure you've completely broke down. But higher than i was state hires than a ucla. Arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five now for just twenty to twenty five power. Five conferences up. Bearcats actually had higher national rank man. So you're looking at you. Know one of the best the best group of five but one of the better entire classes in the nation. He look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic group. And they're gonna be. You know like i said it's going to be a couple of years down the line. You're going to start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one class all right this. This applies to us see but it applies to everybody. How the walk. Walk me through. What the the pandemic impact has been on recruiting. How much more difficult has been or how much easier. Maybe hasn't been to a kid who's close to campus. So the thing about that is there. Obviously were any summer camps sending you know satellite camps. Swear to go to kind of be seen in kind of either. Have your ratings rise or ratings falls or you know. A certain coaching staff is. There is on you so you know what. What coach fickle and his staff is able to do is really identify key targets and then how did just recruit them recruit them recruit them and they've been great talent evaluators. You've been able to see the way that they were on this team to the level that it's at right now so i think in a way it of helped them. You know you're looking at some. Sleepers bows montgomery the running back out of florida who they have their eye on for quite a while. You know cam junior another big time linebacker. They've had their eye on for a very long time lou collins where they've recruited since he was a freshman in high school. You know these players. Don't get a chance to be in front of a bunch of others. You know coaches and staffs three the summer uprooting rushes and in a way that kind of helps the cincinnati staff identify and really walk down the players. And that you mentioned evermore woeful then that's going to be able to have that the bigger tie continuously be in their ear about staying home. Being that hometown hero brent bearcat journal dot com. Make sure you follow him at be young sports awesome stuff man. Thanks so much out thanks..
"brent young" Discussed on Mo Egger
"He is on twitter at be. Excuse me at be young sports. And he's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. what should i. What stands out most about this particular group of players at the bearcats. Have you know what really stands out to me the most. We'll i offense ravi on. It's kind of a debt that that that numerous positions the the high level of talent might not have the the top players. Like you know last year with with prater and janine thomas jane thompson the four stars really really kind of flooding top of the list. But what was really showing. This one's just the depth than the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really flare that you would expect kinda just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each position. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impacts next year on special teams but more further down the line. All right gimme one or two players that look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out you don't have to go with I brian threat. I think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll east coming in. He's going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs there. He's gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're gonna see him special fuse quite a lot. You're going to see him. Try to really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is gonna have players that are going to have to be funneled out and figure out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster so i think threats some then he. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know all you played offense as well as the high school level..
"brent young" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Supporting the show cosmetic dental hacks nation welcome back to another braintrust segment. It's been a while we're back in style in. I'm going to introduce my brain. Trust fellows right away now tonight Jason lipscomb his actually not available. So it's were missing jason. That also means we can talk about him to. He's not here that ends. We can talk about him so Joining us of one of our favorites on the brain trust. Dr frankly frank. How're you doing very very well. How are you guys doing. Excellent another favourite. Dr brent young brent. How're you doing da doing well. Happy as everyone and then somebody who's not a favorite at all but was able to make it. Dr rich rosenblatt. Welcome every show rich. I'm too short to make the favorite line by the way jason. Not being here or being here doesn't stop us from talking about it now. good point. good point. I'll give you that i'll give you that not strong. Yeah yeah i. I appreciate that so okay. I'm gonna take this moment right now to pimp something that i have. Is someone doing jumping. Jacks wanna know that was you can never you can never find it. I can never squeeze it enough fitness. Fluffing my pillow's good flunks a bit like prancer cise getting excited shop the pills in the middle please. I hate it. When you leave the top crease like that trump on prancer cise prancer cise will make the show notes. Thank you for that. Dr brent young because if you've not seen it will change your life for sure. I don't even know where i was going. I had a place. I was going to non completely. I'm completely flustered. So that's gotta do. I wanna pimp something exactly so okay so upcoming in the next couple of months here. January twenty fifth twenty sixth in scottsdale arizona. We have a little thing that we like to call. The voices of dentistry is a dental meeting. That's it's really funny..
"brent young" Discussed on Murder Book
"To see Sam little or had any contact with him. And So I think the call from Brent young about two weeks later, and he said he'd been following up and he had a resource within social security that was able to determine that Sam was receiving disability benefits and that he has benefits were being applied directly to a Bankcard Walmart Bankcard. And he suggests that you should call this card and see if they might be able to give you some information about them. So he gave me the number that that. Was associated with the specific card. And when I called, it was like an on, it was an automated message. It was more the number on the back of the car that SAM would call to find out as balance or something like that. And I initially thought this is not going to be very helpful without a search warrant. And because it was requiring like passwords and account numbers and I didn't have those but then it got to one choice that said. If you don't have a password. Or your account number, your social security number, and you know the first. Year of your date of birth or something like that and I went oh, my well I have that. So let So I put that in and sure enough one of my first choices was. For your last five transactions press one and I press one and the first one I think even the first three because he uses multiple times. But the first one it gave me was was a small liquor store. in Louisville Kentucky. And I was like, Oh this is going to be great and it was just maybe the morning that morning the night before. So I hung up with them and I call I google mapped actually the location of this ATM he was using and it was a liquor store. In this little Little. Area of Louisville and right on the same corner. I noticed there was a there was a shelter like a homeless shelter. And I thought Oh 'cause he'd be staying there. So I contacted the US marshals out there and ask them if they would mind doing some surveillance. That location to try and determine if Sam maybe staying there and they agreed. Very. Quickly I mean they were up on surveillance with probably two hours of my phone call. And they actually went into the to the. Shelter and showed the front desk a picture and the front desk said, Oh yeah. He's definitely staying here but he he left this morning. Roberts was two thousand miles away in Los Angeles getting updates from federal marshalls by tax. But she knew that she was now only hours not days behind Sam little. I definitely had a feeling that. This guy. I'm going to get this guy I'm finally got this guy. The marshals agreed to remain in place and keep the shelter under surveillance. Roberts waited at her desk in the cold case unit the adrenaline pumping through her veins here she tries to describe that rush. This is my best lead and it's keeps moving forward and you just get that feeling like I can't explain it but I can guarantee every detective has felt it before you know like this is this is it this is going to happen for me tonight. Finally at about three PM la time attacks came through from the marshalls in Kentucky. There is a photo of a man. Roberts. Easily recognized as SAM. Little. The marshalls had him. Like clockwork he came walking back and they recognized him because he's highly recognizable in my opinion and. He was in custody and. They sent me a picture and and we're off to the races at that point. Suspected serial killer Sam little was finally in custody. He had been arrested on the no bail drug warrant. From La, he had no idea about the real reason that federal marshals have been watching the homeless shelter and waiting for him. To help complete the ruse someone leaked to the local media and Louisville the marshalls had arrested a drug kingpin that evening in Itsel- in the federal lockup Sam would see the report on TV in La. There was not a Lotta time to celebrate the arrest detectives had to get to Kentucky to talk a little I. Still Thought he was dealing with only a drug charge, but there were notices to file an arrangements they had to be made to bring him back to La. The difficult thing is for any investigator a Lotta time you have to make choices that. Are Best for the case, but not best for what you would vac like to do as an investigator but in this in this instance I felt that. The best place for me was to be sort of. In the office during the ship because there was so many things that needed to be done as far as search warrants and Kafr confirmation samples and logistics as far as. extradition, and just notifications of my chain, and so the decision was made by my lieutenant that my partner at the time right amador and another detective would go up and do the. Interrogation and obtain a CON the confirmation sample and I would stay back in Los Angeles and sort of run everything from the office. Confirmation sample is talking about here is the need for a fresh sample, Osam, little's DNA. This part of the District Attorney's office protocol that had to be followed in for little to be formerly charged with the murders. The detectors had to confirm the the right guy under arrest in Louisville. And you know much has been made in this case about Sam, little slipping through the cracks, the society and the justice system, and all of that is valid but it should be noted that when it came to the DNA things actually worked in a way that they were supposed to. Remember is relatively new law enforcement tool for example, back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five when little was caught in the act of strangling a woman, in San Diego. DNA was not collected from suspects and sexually motivated crimes. It had not been approved in California for using criminal courts. It was still about five years away. So, it was not until two thousand and seven when little was arrested in. Los. Angeles for possession of crack cocaine that DNA was collected. At that time it was under the law that allowed authorities to collect the genetic sample from anyone convicted of a felony that was the same drug arrests that led to the warrant detective Roberts used to arrest and hold Little Kentucky from that case. DNA. Went into the California Department of Justice Databank and was sitting there when a few years later, the LAPD cold case squad started submitting cases that came up on its second look it unsolved murders in the city. So yes, it took time to catch up with him a lot of time, but the system finally worked in identifying little as a killer. To me it's also interesting to look at this from Sam Little's perspective. He gets arrested on this drug charge in two thousand seven. He is able to get a deferred judgment on the case he gets a get out of jail card basically as long as he completes the outside drug therapy program, the judge ordered. But Sam doesn't even show up for the very first session he skips town. And you have to wonder what he knew. He had just given his DNA and he knew what his history was and I have to wonder if he understood back then that he was on borrowed time and so he split. Anyway back to Detective Robertson the decision to remain behind to get a warrant for little's DNA signed by a judge into check off other boxes in the case prep protocol..
"brent young" Discussed on Murder Book
"Parked car catching Sam. Little strangling a woman on the back seat. Here is wayne speeds. One of the officers who helped rescue the woman and arrest little. You know when? I saw I thought she was dead. She had a Lotta trauma she had been beaten. And You know my partner opens the door, and then you know reaches down the CV can feel a pulse and then she started gurgling you know. So we we pull her out turnover, we clearer airway and. You know she was. She's really scared and she just she said she said that I'm afraid. And my part I don't think she could see. And my partner said, it's the police you're you're going to be. Okay. We'll closely examine that San, Diego case and seemingly low sentence in a later episode. Meanwhile as Detective Robertson her partner at the time ride amador were accumulating the pattern evidence. The prosecutor wanted they were also trying to locate and capture Sam little and they build a strategy for the day he would be arrested. Years earlier little had skipped out on Drug Treatment Program ordered by a judge in Los Angeles as part of a plea agreement. Attending, the program was a requirement of the agreement and his failure to report as promised resulted in a warrant being issued for his arrest on the original drug charge that was a felony. And Roberts that even though the DA's office had rejected the murder charge against little, he could still be arrested and held on that drug warn while they continue to build the murder case. And so the strategy took form, find him arrest him, and then interview in hopes that he would incriminate himself when the murders and then the filing of charges would proceed. Strategy and drug charge in place the now just had to find them a task easier said than done. Not to mention the mounting pressure on the case from inside the LAPD. We'll talk about that internal pressure when we come back from this break. This episode of Murder Book is sponsored by the has shut book publishers of my New Book the Law of innocence. It's a book, the features Mickey Haller as well as Harry Bosch and other characters from the world of the Lincoln lawyer. Has Shed is adding an exclusive excerpt from the audio book at the end of this episode. So be sure to stay to the and listen. Okay now, let's get back to the podcast. There was. This intense pressure from my command at the time to get this guy in custody because even though at the time I, WanNa. Say he was seventy two years old. We couldn't say for sure that he wasn't out there. So offending. So there's A. Public safety sort of issue with him knowing that. He's still alive and he's kills women. So I was getting Wad of pressure from my command to get him in custody. And we were pushing back a little. as detectives because. We wanted to use a specific strategy of of him not knowing we were coming for him so that when we got him in the in the interview room. He would have no clue I were there couldn't fabricated her made up a story or an alibi or anything like that, and it would just. Be What it was. And so my lieutenant was wanted me to like put out all these wanted bulletins all over the United States and go to the media and we were fighting really. Really really hard of why we didn't want to do that and he gave me. I WanNa say he gave me two or three weeks he said, okay you get two weeks but if he's not in custody by then than. Word this is what we're doing and you can do it. And so we just we had already been trying really hard to locate him. But the thing was was Sam was he was sort of a drifter and he didn't stay in one place for very long I don't want to say one of the longest places he stayed was the time that he was here in L. A.. The time when our girls ended up dead he was probably here for four five years. But for the most part ten days here, ten days there and then Gone Roberts was able to track little through an NCI. See Database was a all of police records surges Bhai name as a drifter a drug user Sam little was stopped and questioned by police frequently in the towns and cities pass through every time that happened a record avid showed up on this database. The problem was the updates to the database generally ran a few days behind in real time in other words every time Roberts got a hit on little. She was anywhere from a week to three days behind him when she would follow up and call the town or the city police department to learn. If he was still in the area, it would be too late the drifter would have moved on. And he was back in the wind. But you gotta break farming when she called the Cow Cashew Parish Louisiana and spoke to insurance detective named Brent Young. Sam. Little. had been stopped and questioned three days earlier outside the salvation. Army shelter in Lake Charles. He was not arrested but officers I'd seen him consorting with prostitutes and when they spoke to him and searched him, they found the drug pipe in his pocket. Young agreed to check at the shelter to see of little is still there but the call back to Roberts later was negative little was once again in the wind. But after hearing more about the case from Roberts and the possibility that Sam was a serial killer. Young. was intrigued enough to asked Roberts if he make some calls and stay with the case after all, there's a chance. Sam Little might still be in the area still being Louisiana and this guy wanted to try to find them. I said, hey, knock yourself out because we're just. We're just jumping from clue to clue. Reach Detective Young Louisiana and asked him why he wanted to stick with the case from L.. A.. Because we have an obligation Nellie legally but I think morally specifically when it comes to homicide investigation those families need closure and that's what other crimes these can be replaced. Property can be a place however, allies cannot and We just felt that we owed it to those families. to help tracking dowse. Young did most of tracking. Osama. Little without even leaving the. Office. Well all of our trade tickets secrets we were made aware that Mr Lewis was using some some various cards and of course with cards. Anything numbers or magnetic stripes can be tracked. Thank you know same with Cell phones such. Robert's decision to let detective young run with the case in Louisiana soon pay dividends in the search for Sam little. It was maybe about a week or two later and I was basically still just trying to reach out follow up on on different little leads that came in but nothing was really panning out and I knew he was probably in the Florida Mississippi Louisiana Anna area that's where I kind of thought he was so I was concentrate on actually during the time I was sending out blast emails to every single law enforcement agency within that area just asking them for information if they were.
"brent young" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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"brent young" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Jamison Hey how are you doing today I hope all is well and into lots of a server eating way too much this time of year but now I go to the gym every day to try to offset the effects of a lot of this holiday food but it's a nice to have chances to get together with family and friends over B. a lots of good meals too I have with me today branding on him he is hot Santa Fe shelf he is in charge of a pop up over it tumble route brewing and he also is a bartender a blue corn cafe downtown you can go see him there some nights as well but he also that dumplings and things that he doesn't tell route you can order of through dashing delivery for your home your meals and you also can get a hold of Brent for catering to so how should people get a hold of you if they want to get in touch if they're not coming to tumble route directly say they want to have dumplings at home well as the the menus open to through passion delivery on every Monday night uhhuh local delivery service yet asking delivery I think they need to get a hold of me taken out of the email me okay what's the email address Brent young my full name at G. mail dot com okay and tell people how to spell that B. R. E. N. T. J. E. U. N. G. okay all right good and it's well worth doing that folks I first met Brett when he was doing one of the pop ups in fact I could get it up a program that ran longer than I thought it was going to and so when my friend and I were trying to get there we were a little bit later than I've I expected to be and the pop up it goes until eight o'clock theoretically it was about seven thirty five I think I ended up coming through the kitchen I came in and said are you the dumpling man you said yeah are you still making all the doubling he said oh yeah for as long as you want me to be here all make dumplings that I like this guy already before I even had any of the dumpling so yeah so we have quite a feast that night and then you get some more of dumplings for me another time so these dumplings you make their wrappers and you make the fillings and everything right yes we have a we luckily have I got two hundred fifty pounds of the that the machine at home if that's how we make all the scandals we buy some scans and and we make all the feelings yeah okay and what makes the Korean dumpling how does that differ from Mike a Chinese dumpling up a Polish Perot that matter well I don't see much difference quite ninety three like all the food is Frank enough these days that we have like the only thing is that we have I got the note I can't define country through the borders but they can do like a or did they think of a thousand years of all the country was divided into many and that the that the dependence of us in the head I got the the th Korea the Korean peninsula had I committed different countries uhhuh enough right now it's like I said the two countries but yeah so like I think the flu so related to that I cannot make a H. and them being I just put a send them running for Chinese companies yeah the Korean the main for Japanese dumplings they have a okay or should share many things in common and what type of feelings do you make for these all right now we do with the beef bash and has your employer okay and the chicken as well as the the vegetarian vegetarian options mmhm those are bright green too yeah they are clean and and we we just to come up with a we also try to come up with the family cover local touch so we are at the front of the green chili to the like a chicken dumplings there should be if we should have a some sort of get chilly in our menu yeah when I was at masa sushi the other day I had some got a temper of the running a role in a green chili temper and it I was thinking back to I think it was actually the folks at Shoko who kind of introduced your green chilly temperatures to Santa Fe and then they were inspired as I understand my jewelery and also back way back in the seventies and all to you it's such a good combo it does taste great together okay so some of your dumplings have a touch of green Chile to alright and yet chili sauces and things like that to season them up but in the cases but I have when I moved to Santa Fe blow back in late ninety eighth I feel the risk for a a for the Chile is a thing of as well as like a potty that things it didn't come to me very like about it you can vary I felt like about no returning now to home so no we we don't have a kimchi Lee yes yes I know I I try I try to make kimchi with green chili such a big democratic that way it wasn't it wasn't as good as a ready games you know though and I guess some of my staff really enjoyed but like we when it comes to like a spicy food I think if you went up to the two no the thought of it open for free and food I mean has become so popular you have not only in Korea but here in the US and around the world and given some Bavaria a prominent chefs like David Chang who started out in the mail came to New York and this sort of expanded his him hold him retire everywhere it yes yeah but it's been great to see and I just yeah I think the combination of the the sort of the boldness of the flavors of some chili and garlic and sesame and almost tastes are just so good and yet for people who have a Santa Fe type makeup palette I think yeah it's a it's a absolute good you know match yeah yes so okay when you make your dumplings for Monday's you make all that dough fresh right each time yeah I'm in yeah so and okay you do like some of those are sort of pot sticker type things where they're steamed and then pan fried a little bit as I recall D. eight mmhm we we started off just about serving steamed this team to yeah but based on my experience at the restaurant most people like it fried you go through it with a beer yes yes yes the hunt and your tumble rooted in that there's certainly some good bears yeah amazing dreams yes yup so some of them are steam still but then some of them are fried we've mostly Friday just because we're talking like pan frying to finish it off right yes I seen them pains you yeah with the just to make it crispy yeah yeah that's like the way but I like all of your different flavorings what's your favorite do you have a favorite among them my favorite I usually I usually ate whatever leftover okay well that's good that's the medical most of the faith in him the rules yes yeah well that's good yeah I am much enjoy the chicken and better than you when you have a green chili yeah yes yeah I'm like a breakup but we will waive the fee yeah and your shrimp dumplings let's see I think you kind of do a wrapper around the shrimp and you see a little tail sticking out it's very cute if it's half the the whole stream we don't have so much if they threw the feeling is mixed with a stream shrimp and pork and I got the idea from a surely my E. bike trip to Korea now when I went to Korea last year I happened to see if I happen to be just America deli shop yes and they had that many different kinds of dumplings and a different shapes different colors they had they made it the openings in the triangle shape around and no one of them I found that was the whole Sri make sure to if you if the way you described in the Horsham in the in it with the tales of speaking out I took a picture and send it to my mother and she she made at the time you can always do is make it someplace that way the way I you know going in the future and they're really good and your mom is a big part of the business there to admit that she's delightful yes yes yes and so yeah you work for her now she's kind of working for you brother is now coming into it to right now that he's here yes he's here and of many of my friends make fun of me because of my mother does most of the work and I take the fame but we have to do shout out to her she's great okay my brother here yeah I can for sure work less well wait a minute let me see I work more I heard you were going to expand about this okay so how to people get a hold of you they can get okay so I can go on Mondays to tumble route and you're there from four to eight if are the same hours the same in the winter now no no we all pun I think that from the road opens at four okay yeah and we usually stay open till nine thirty or okay okay if you look at our yeah and yeah you still have food okay yeah all right so okay there's Monday there and I will come back and let you give your address and things so made return for our next commercial messages oaktree take a quick break here you listing heating it up and we'll.
"brent young" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"The same group the same crew from last week. Frank Clayton and Brent Young Nipsy Russell Nipsy Russell. Yeah Yeah Tammy Bailey in Matt Standridge so the same group is last last week show since talk. A bit about the Medicaid population. Last week we sort of segue into talking about patients you know. High Decay patients or or High Risk Decay patients. How we how we find them how we treat them then? The conversation station sort of moved over into how to deal with patients. That just don't want to do treatment even though you've explained any dream they don't WanNa do how to take not take it personally how to how to set it up for success us in in Honestly this was one of the most fun braintrust sessions we've ever had so I'm I'm looking forward to it. And so here. We go with.
"brent young" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"You're back with heating it up I'm sure alters Jamison Hey how are you doing today hope all is well and if a lots of a server eating way too much this time of year but now I go to the gym every day to try to offset the effects of a lot of this holiday food but it's a nice to have chances to get together with family and friends over the a lots of good meals to I have with me today Brandt Yang him he is hot Santa Fe shelf he is in charge of a pop up over it tumble route brewing and he also is a bartender a blue corn cafe downtown you can go see him there some nights as well but he also that dumplings and things that he does it tell route you can order of through dashing delivery for your home your meals and you also can get a hold of brand for catering to so how should people get a hold of you if they want to get in touch if they're not coming to tumble route directly say they want to have dumplings at home well as the the menu so open to through passion delivery on every Monday night uhhuh looking a little every service yet asking delivery I think they need to get a hold of me taken on if the email me okay what's the email address Brent young my four name at G. mail dot com okay and tell people how to spell that B. R. E. N. T. J. E. U. N. G. okay all right good and it's well worth doing that folks I first met Brett when he was doing one of the pop ups in fact I could get it up a program that ran longer than I thought it was going to and so when my friend and I were trying to get there we were a little bit later than I've I expected to be and the pop up it goes until eight o'clock theoretically yeah it was about seven thirty five I think I ended up coming through the kitchen I came in and said are you the dumpling man you said yeah are you still making all the doubling he said oh yeah for as long as you want me to be here all make dumplings that I like this guy already before I even had any of the dumplings so yes that we had quite a feast that night and then you did some more dumplings for me another time so these dumplings you make the rappers and you make the fillings and everything right yeah fellow of we have a we likely have like a two hundred fifty pounds of the that the machine at home if that's how we make a disk and also we buy some skin hi and and we make all the feelings yeah okay and what makes a Korean dumpling how does that differ from Mike a Chinese dumpling up a Polish Perot for that matter well I don't see much difference quite ninety three like or the food is very have enough these days that we have like the only thing is that we have I got to know they cut the front country through the borders of up I can deal like a or they think about that with the you know so little the country was divided into many and that other than the pain so I was in the head I got the the th Korea the Korean peninsula had recommended different countries uhhuh enough right now it's like I said the two countries but yeah so like I think the food is relating to that I can look at age and them being I just put a send them running for Chinese companies yeah no Crean them reading for Japanese dumplings they have a a day or two should share many things in common uhhuh and what type of feelings do you make for these all right now we do with the beef bash and it has remained part okay and the chicken as well as the the vegetarian vegetarian options uhhuh those are bright green too yeah they are clean and and we we just to come up with a we also try to come up with the family cover local touch so we also added some have the green chili to the like a chicken dumplings fishing if we should have a some sort of get chilly in our menu yeah no when I was at muscle sushi the other day I had some got a temper of the running a role in a green chili temper and it I was thinking back to I think it was actually the folks at Shoko who kind of introduced your green chili temperature to Santa Fe and they they were inspired as I understand by jewelery and also back way back in the seventies and all to you it's such a good combo it just tastes great together okay so some of your dumplings have a touch of by green chili too alright and you have chili sauces and things like that to season a mop but cases but I have when I moved to Santa Fe blow back in late ninety eighth I thought the risk for a a for the chili is a thing of as well as like a potty that things it didn't come to me very light cover right it gives our eight I felt like about no returning now to home though no we we are have a kimchee chili yes yes I know I I try I try to make can chew with green Chile such a big that occur that way we would it wasn't as good as the ready games you know though and I guess some of my staff really enjoyed but like we when it comes to like a spicy food I think it is a well other up to the two no the thought of it uhhuh open three and food I mean has become so popular have you have not only a career but here in the US and around the world and given some be a very a prominent chefs like David Chang who started out in the mail came to New York and this sort of expanded his get him home and I am retired everywhere yes yeah but it's been great to see and I just yeah I think the combination of the the sort of the boldness of the flavors of some chili and garlic and sesame and all those tastes are just so good and yet for people who have a Santa Fe type me a palette I think yeah it's a it's a the absolute good you know match yeah yes it so okay when you make your dumplings for Monday's you make all that dough fresh right each time you came in yeah so and okay you do like some of those are sort of pot sticker type things where they're steamed and then pan fried a little bit as I recall the eight mmhm we we started off just of serving steamed this team to yeah but based on my experience at the restaurant most people like it fried to go through it with a beer yes yes yes the hunt and their yard tumble rooted in that there's certainly some good bears yeah amazing dream yes yeah so some of them are steam still but then some of them are fried we've mostly fry just because we're talking like pan frying to finish it off right yes I seen them Pangea yeah with the just make a crispy yeah yeah that's like the way but I like all of your different flavor is what's your favorite do you have a favorite among them my favorite I usually I usually a lot of a leftover well that's good that's the medical if the rest of the faith in him really yes yeah well that's good yeah I am much enjoy the chicken uhhuh and better when you when you have a green chili yeah yeah yeah it's like a great combo you feed up yeah and your shrimp dumplings let's see I think you kind of do a wrapper around the shrimp and you see a little tail sticking out it's very cute if it's half the the whole stream we are to have so much if they threw the feeling is mixed with a stream shrimp and pork and I got the idea from a surely of my a my trip to Korea now when I went to Korea last year I happened to see if I happen to be just America daily show up yes and they had that many different kinds of them brings in a different shape different colors they had they made a film brings in a triangle shape around and no one of them I found the was the whole Sri make sure if if you if the way you described at the horseshoe him in the in it with the tales of sticking out I took a picture and send it to my mother and she she made at the time you can always do is make it someplace that way the way I feel in the future and they're really good and your mom is a big part of the business there to you and she's delightful yes yes yeah and so yeah you work for her now she's kind of working for you brother is now coming into it too right now that he's here yes he's here and of many of my friends make fun of me because of my mother does both of the work and I take the fame but we have to do shout out to her she's great okay my brother here yeah I can for sure work less well now wait a minute let me see I don't work more I heard you were going to expand once about this okay so how to people get a hold of you they can get but okay single on Mondays to tumble route and you're there from four to eight if are the same hours the same in the winter now no no we all plan I think that from the road open for four okay yeah and we usually stay open till nine thirty or okay okay if you will at our yeah and yeah you still have food okay yeah all right so okay there's Monday there and I will come back and let you give your address and things of a return for our next commercial messages three take a quick break here you listing heating it up and we'll be right back meeting for work school shopping or general services save money in right or TV get you there Eldorado Edgewood Lafayette house espagnol impolite gave with twenty seven of twenty nine there are he can get you where you could go work for small fee let the RTV mountain trail be your right to the Santa Fe download the my stop to always know where your bus is in real time right the blue bus dot com when it comes to family there so many moments that are special hi it's John to Mel and Joe develop from develop fine Jim's injury.
"brent young" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert update. A quick look at what's happening in entertainment dirt dirt on mytalk. Mytalk. Did you want to tell me something Kelly Clarkson surprise concert goers at her meaning of life tour? Stop in Green Bay, Wisconsin. On Friday, performing a cover of shallow son by lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper. Now. Did she I didn't stay for the whole concert on Saturday? She did she do that here in Minneapolis. He did not know she saying crazy. Okay. Patsy kline. Oh nice. Thompson things perfect. I loved it. She was so we didn't hear that Minneapolis. She went on to say at this concert lady. Gaga is amazing. We're really different. But at the same time were really similar in the fact that she just loves music, and that's why she's doing what she's doing. And she goes on to talk about remembering her first single. So she wrote her a handwritten note saying, thank you so much. It was an honor to open for you. That's what she did an independent that only artists were attended last year. So. You guys talk about the the concert come up a little bit. Yes. Okay. Alita battle angel has had a battle since opening last weekend. This is the James Cameron directed by Robert Rodriguez film. It's sci-fi it's motion capture, and it's it's basically an anime movie come to life. Now. It was number one at the box office this weekend. Forty one million it made, but it costs one hundred and seventy million to produce and that is before marketing expenses, so there they will need at least five hundred million to break, even and that is not going to happen. You guys which is such a shame because I absolutely loved it. Got an a minus on rotten tomatoes from fans like ninety three percent. But critics have given it like a fifty nine percent. I don't know. I don't know what the problem is. They're going to be seen as a as a, you know before their time because anime is huge is the fact that they're finally making movies about it. That's just that's awesome. Right. I don't know. Maybe Spielberg doesn't care. He's like, you know, what I wanted to do this. Here's my money. Yeah. James cameron. You mean? Yeah. Camera. Yeah. Okay. Ryan alexis. Billionaires. The NFL settled the collusion grievances filed by Colin Kaepernick, and Eric read the terms are confidential, but the league could be shelling out around eighty million. Now Collins lawyer says that Colin still wants to play in the league. And he wouldn't be surprised if the patriots made a move on him. Oh, yeah. There's rumors. Maybe the Panthers or the patriots. So we will see what happens this season. Okay. On TV tonight. We have the finale of America's got talent the champions on NBC. We also have the bachelor on ABC Ben Higgins shows up to give him advice country singer, Brent young performs. Oh, fine. All right. And then the resident is on as well as well as let's see magnum PI the.
"brent young" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"When you meet someone, and you really like them, and then they tell you they're an animal lover and a good listener. And then they tell you they like to touch dead things all day. I'm addicted pitcher. Sounds funny. But I get a kick out of it. It's really rewarding because you're just like, oh, man. This sounds a little gruesome, but you know, that it's an animal and that it had muscle structure to it can be very good reports. I I don't know for some reason I just enjoyed. In fact, they say nothing makes them happier than carving up carcasses and slicing into flesh. Will you make you make state cuts out of the hump? Yes. We do. Really? Yes. We do. She really does. Well, that's been my weight. And now I'd like to introduce you to three people he run bitches shops in very different parts of the globe. Which has a highly disrespected. They're not prohibited. Let me put it like that. So most which has down here. They didn't they didn't go to school. It's really a very looked down. And it's funny. It's still New York City. So we get more fine artists than I think most most other places probably get. Running a butcher shop. It turns out is about so much more than meat or very personnel. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We have we have to tell a lot of people that were actually we're we're not doctors. We stop listening to us. Can things really be as good as they seem. Global growth in meat consumption would appear to present an opportunity for bitches. It's almost quadrupled over the past fifty years, but the increasing dominance of supermarkets has led to a fall in the number of specialist meat shops in many parts of the world in the UK. For example. There are now around five thousand in the mid nineteen ninety s the figure was closer to twenty two thousand. So how worried should our bitches bay? I'm with Garrett Landers he runs to large pitches shops cold GARRETT'S in Limerick in the west of Ireland. He employs twenty four bitches some of whom worked with him to win the world, which is challenged competition last year. He prides himself on handmade products and locally raised meats displayed with flourish in a huge glass cabinet. Also with me is Brent young who co-founded the meter in Williamsburg, one of New York's coalesce neighborhoods. His shop specializes in local meat sourced from small family run farms and Amina is here t- she's based in Lagos Nigeria and she's relatively new to the trade having left a career in IT to start her own business three years ago, which she called red and greens in her shop. She's trying to replicate a market that you kind of feel, but in a more structured hygienic setting than people are probably used to actually quite a new thing. Asteroid more or less the pioneering signs of painfully dedicated butchery. So all we do is sell meat because of the trinity constraints. We have back home is difficult really difficult and expensive. So we don't do a lot of aging. What is something we plan to the future, and he'd your customers? Tend to be middle class citizens an upper-class because we also do not sales. We sell every part of the meat. So we also have some lower class citizens who buy like ten dons and the connective tissues of the animals, once we scrape it off the animal Brent, what about you in Brooklyn. Do you find your customers a very middleclass? Typically, you know, it's an upper middle class neighborhood where we are in Williamsburg. But it's it's very specific. But I mean, we kind of we kind of joked that we've because we're whole animal we need to sell every part of the animal we joke that we've over educated our customers because nobody wants the expensive cuts anymore. They they know they know now. No like, all of the really great butcher cuts are a really great value. So we talk people into trying something new because I mean, there's a big difference between a Wednesday night steak and a Saturday night stake in what you want to spend on it. So I think as people get more comfortable trying different types of meat date. Just become more comfortable in general and say for the price point you end up preferring things that have a little bit more texture to it or a little bit more nuance in aren't necessarily just the most expensive item Garrett chief pain in the business for a long time. What's the appeal of cutting up animal flesh for a living? What is it even joy? To enjoy. I'm addicted. It's very if you're a poacher tattoo will another catella Baccini understand. I know it sounds funny. Am forty seven hundred in two days time, and I get I get a kick out of it. You can even getting a kick out of when it comes to the actual Cherie the slicing into flash. What is it is it is there something creative about it think? So I have when when you when you bring a side of beef ensure shop there, then turn it into some amazing value-added products. And even how we cut to stakes. Everyone has caught perfectly. They are waiting exact same source about precision. That's where joy season. Yeah. I think it's even outing is to hold deal even from when we use our nice from the very first thing. Like once you become it becomes part of your like having even in our family. My wife's support you my kids know all different cutting meat, and it's a huge huge part of our life. I don't know what I could. If I was in. Like, it's just it's the job satisfaction out of it is just it's unbelievable. It's hard work. It's physical work. But at the end of the day when they look at you spending cut. I've never seen any good at that is the job satisfaction. And I supposed to come from it. You get like I mean, there's definitely a similarity for us as well. We we get a lot of interested applicants that come from IT or banking or completely different more soul-sucking industries that want to do something with their hands. And I think the attraction to butchery is that it is a physical trade and at the end of the day. You can actually see that you have made something our which is very very fulfilling. My background is actually IT. And I don't know something people asking me, see my way, do you want to where did you want to sell meat? So I'm an aspiring Butcha soul for some reason. I just I just derived joy from being able to give customers what they want when it comes to meet I really want to lend to break down animals business owner, but I have very experienced the chess will walk with me. I don't know what it is. That makes me like it's the very dirty job. You'll dealing with flesh and bones and Ladell day that can't be pleasant. They can be very gory boats. I I don't know for some reason I just enjoy. Doesn't freak me out. And just say, I think also the biggest thing for us. I think because it is it is hard work. But I think for us. The reason why we started the shop was really the aspect of transparency and knowing where the meat comes from having a relationship with the farm being able to speak to why it was raised a certain way why it's different than industrial meat because there are a ton of problems with industrial meat. So we want to know where your meat comes from. So having that level of transparency feels very very good to be able to talk to your customers about and say, you know, I know that this came from this place, I've met the farmer of a great relationship with them. And this is why it looks the way that it does try it that that's what's really fulfilling to me, very hard work, though. Isn't it brand? It's it's long hours and it's early start. Absolutely. But as Garrett said, he kind of can't imagine doing any. Once you get invested in like, you you want to know every single part of the process, what kind of hours d work Garrett. Can you describe a typical day a typical day not as bad now under shop fifteen years when we opt to shut I think we spoke kind of from five six seven or eight at night six days, we if we had a busy week documents on the Marlins and get ourselves organized from Monday, myself, my wife for very entwined into shopping on. It's like a baby at the start, you know, and we just start to kind of with the two of us and then gradually as the shop cut busier and busier we started taking on apprentices didn't take any pictures on it to start. You only reason why is because I wanted to train all approaches from the way did I wanted a ton which was a good idea. I taught at the time, but then apprenticed take three or four years. It was okay because of ticket standards. So last time we looked for apprentice. I think we've got one hundred and fifteen application so. With all this blood and guts, and we what we do. We try we try and break shopping two maybe three parts. So we have a place where we born all our beef. And which is probably that that's kind of mess your work. You know, what you've a lot of breaking down stuff put ten it kind of works all the way around to where we do to finish stuffed in. You know, we have like walking is this shift, and I suppose, you know, you're adding different stuffing's indifferent. Fittings to stuff we do a lot of Sasha. So we do Wednesdays is is kind of a creative day on. Are. We really push him undertake to be the best. They can be as butchers that. We put a lot of effort into apprentices. Most ninety percent of the time pays off onto stable is this the same figure. Brent then lots of people lining up to the pitches. Where you are there are I mean, it's funny. It's it's still New York City. So we get more fine artists than I think most most other places probably get. But yeah, we have a pretty constant flow of apprentices were same thing. We're very hesitant in that. It takes. A lot of time to train someone. You can't just let anyone wielding the knife cost that you take on yourself. Exactly because there is no formal butcher school in the United States. So if you're gonna learn you have to learn at a butcher shop. It seems that there's tell me if I'm wrong, but there's a trend for well trendy birches really young people living in cities like New York here. Ditching their jobs in IT. Oh, banking for the manual kind of jobs in autism fake companies. Why why is it that cool? Young people want to be purchased. I don't know there certainly is like a certain Instagram culture around it of being cool online on your social profile or wanting to do it for a year. So that you can stab herself as that. And then moving onto the next on your website. Oh, yo pitches. Look like hipster britches. Without? With the tattoos. I can't really escape it. But I definitely guarantee you that absolutely. Every single person that works for us is incredibly dedicated to the trade and most people have worked for us for three to five years already have incredibly minimal turnover people really like staying with with the company. So could you explain what it is about being a bit shut that scene as co? Or is it?.
"brent young" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nine. Oh, man. I'm happy for the Quakers and sad for the cubs. Thank you. Rob high school football. Tonight's Centerville over Union County Nabil match have cow Paget joins me only Saint Vincent's sports performance line. Coach congratulations tonight. I'm sorry. First time caller longtime listener, can you hear me hear you? I like it too. Congratulations on the win. Thank you. Appreciate it is a big one for us. We are we've got an up and down season that a couple of real tough washes. So we're real excited to go out and beat a team with a winning record. And it's a big conference when you were dying to say that weren't you? You know, what you should go more often? It's okay. All right. So you all tonight's both sides of the football played pretty well for you. Yeah. Extremely impressed with our defense and actually our special teams and their offense was supposed to move to change. They had pretty explosive offense and coach off and does a great job those kids over there. And I was just very impressed with how we played on Alfie pastes big rivalry game. So tell me who plays well in the wind tonight. Kyle. Well, actually, Dylan Benedict. He's been a three you're starting quarterback. We moved out to what we call our wolfback. So he's he's split out. He plays running back. He had a real big game for us. And then Chris patriots are big fullback carried the rock. Forrest at one hundred thirty seven yards tonight and actually so excited after the game. I went directed the band and forgot to look at a staff. We got a good win. I'll give you a call. And I'm not even prepared. So at some good for us with our defense or fashion real good job. They have a great receiver and rusty Hensley. And I was just very impressed with their effort and keeping him under in rats. All right. So who's up next for you guys next meets union city real tough team this year in the TC out here on the east side of St. knock each other off. So every game tough one, and we're just really excited to get back on over five hundred and back in the wind tall coach him up. You direct a ban. You call me. You've had a pretty nice night tonight. Absolutely. Now, we're sent by a fire needs. I'm jealous. Kyle Paget from Centerville. They'd be Union County twenty seven to eight longtime listener first-time caller on the Saint Vincent sports performance. Hotline. Do not be stranger coaching. Good luck next week. You gotta hope I'm going back soon. I hope so thanks so much. Thanks coach. Brent young from Indiana. SR RN joins me on the Saint Vincent sports performance. Hotline longtime listener longtime collar beach Grover Ritter, forty nine twenty eight free. Good win for the Hornets tonight. Brent yes, sir. Coach it really was just extending the amount of wind power that they have on the season. It's really turning out to be a pretty darn good year coach for coach. Well, we're in the beach grove warranted. They were able to take down. Good team cardinal Ritter. Kind of a down year for them behind L. It's all good one year one win for beech grove in the past fourteen times that they've played that play cardinal Ritter. So really a big win instead of a pretty special year for the morning. So tell me how they do this. This offense continues to just put up points. They do and it's it's by way to the ground, and it was senior night here at beech groves. So no better way to do it. Then have four seniors score a touchdown in the Jordan real one on the ground one through the air Sergio volts to on the grounds high on Tyler one one through the air terrorist pope one on the ground, and they you know, they just really pile up the points, and they do it by like gained small yards breaking a big one. So you know, they they were able to really pour it on in second half mainly, but Ritter did hang around for a while. But it was really putting in the final nails in the coffin by way of a long touchdown pass by. Long touchdown run by Sergio host so seniors in both really showing after for beech grove over Ritter tonight, forty nine twenty eight on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline. Brent young from Indian SR in Britain. Thanks for the call of the great week. Of course. Thanks so much go ban. Lebron beings. Tonight's north northeast skews me you forty nine forty two to nine over greencastle. Corey Clark joins me only Saint Vincent sports performance. Online. W E M B A M B with me Cory what a win for north. You tonight. Tell you what this game was talk about all around the wall bass galley all week long. Greencastle circled on their schedule to be in the winner of this game punches their ticket to the WNYC championship game in north. They just didn't stop. They came out on the first four possession of the game scoring touchdown. It was a fun game adopting against greencastle. But north you just had their number tonight. North new comes in tonight. So everybody understands they are a team that's played will been playing well ranked number thirteen and four a greencastle unbeaten eleven three a something had to give here in a very powerful. Northview offense wins out. They did quarterback. Trae Shaw had four touchdowns the wide receiver Trevor cook at three, but I gotta give love to the defense. The defense. Tony very good offense. Tony one touchdown and only nine points overall, the north unites defense, they have this nickname called nights dungeon. We gave them on the broadcast. And the parents heard it and his fans one they made T shirts. T shirts defense only at what's up. Twelve points per game on the season offense and a powerful defense goes to tell you what it's a fun thing to watch. No crude. Yeah. No question about itself Northey rolling along. This is a big big thing or do they play next week next week? They have their final season game against south Putnam the following week. Will be the championship, man. Oh, man. So very impressive win tonight. Northview over greencastle forty two to nine W A M B's Corey Clark on the Saint Vincent sports reformers, Cory thanks so much for the call have a great week you to coach another great matchup tonight. Michelle Walker south bend Saint Joe Michele Walker wins this when twenty six twenty four Angelo decarlo from redeemer radio on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline. Angelo, you just get the best games of the state of sounds like every week. I feel like we do we we've been pretty good. And this one was another good one down to the wire came down to Saint Joe field goal, template eighteen seconds left and Patrika Leyva. Is you know, he got kicked off? But Michelle Walker got some ends up. They're able to block it and Michelle Walker was able to prevail to get the win and improve to six and one on the season. It was a really great ballgame skill stadium. Wow. So is it close all night? Yeah. It really was. It was one team scored a touchdown. The other one came right back in the second. Half was just is just has really five six seven minute drives. And Chris harness was fantastic for Michelle walkout of that. Triple option had two hundred and twenty five yards plus rushing couple touchdowns. He's over thirteen hundred yards rushing and in seven games ready for Michelle Walker, so he kind of held his own, and you know, for Saint show they played really well, they didn't have their star running back. John Driscoll hurt his knee last week against Penn. So he was unavailable tonight. They're hoping to get him back in the next couple of weeks, but they took some precautions inside them out. So still really good teams, and they could see each other again in the race sexual sexual there, you go Kara Angelo decarlo from redeemer radio Michelle Walker over Seth in Saint Joe twenty six twenty four the cavemen or fifth and four eight southbound say Joan number twelve Angelo is always thanks for the call have a great week. All right. Thank you, very much coach, Sean curl Indiana's orient joins me on the sports hotline. Covenant Christian forty two thirteen. Winter's over short ridge, Sean tell me how they win this game. She was a really good game company. Christian got out early up seven nothing and then a seventy nine yard bubble screen to Eric Michael power for short range made seventy six covenant got back on the board. And then here's the genius of coach mcquarters coaches that they hit that bubble screen again for about thirty yards. Coach Matt called the timeout. That play was inconsequential the rest of the night insurance didn't do much in common. And just poured it on Jona Bronco was unbelievable tonight. Coach school record two hundred and twenty two yards has a thousand on the dot for the year. It's pretty impressive. So who else plays? Well. He had three touchdowns caught a couple of passes. Austin Frazier at a couple of touchdown passes. And I'll tell you what catches a year by young men. Need Jackson brew already had diving in the back corner of the end zone. One handed for a touchdown made his older brother a little sad there every brew on the sideline Lesley. But. Fantastic game all around from company Christian setup big showdown next week seven and not traders point, Christian academy and company Christian John girl, Indiana, orien- coveted, Kristen forty two thirteen over short ridge. He's on the Saint, Vincent sports. Infamous hotline. Sean, thanks..
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"The heart of it is what is known as violence interruption violence in rupture rutgers who are often former gang members will reach out directly to young people engaging in the hopes of moving them away from a life of gang membership and violence counselling i'm sorry i'm sorry i just had a quick question for you councilman tories i understand is mentioned earlier that there were bystanders who filmed the attack and as you mentioned those images have been circulating on social media a lot of people are understandably very upset that these bystanders didn't do more to try and help the teenager here and you have even called for the department of consumer affairs to revoke the license of the bodega where this happened just outside the bodega because the owner didn't do enough to help in your opinion did anyone call the police in this case look we have individuals and businesses have more obligations and if a business does nothing or too little while a fifteen year old child is being butchered outside it store then that business is no longer worthy of doing business in the city of new york one of the requirements for operating a business in new york city is good moral character and the business owner who stood by idly fifteenyearolds was hacked to death repeatedly lacks the good moral character will quired by more nine one one calls were made but there is a video showing junior running back into the store he leaves a trail of his blood and with juniors blood right in front of him the business owner continues to engage in normal transaction as if nothing was going on it's a horrifying video to watch so there was a failure of more responsibility on the part of five standards and that's why i did send a letter to the department of consumer affairs calling for the license new york city council member ritchie torres his district includes belmont where junior guzman lived and was killed councilmember torres thank you for joining us today thank you for having brian some other stories that are newsroom is following today us immigrations and customs enforcement has announced all hearings at its downtown manhattan court will be held through video conference rather than in person hassan shafie colo is an immigration attorney at legal aid who says the decision could negatively affect lawyers ability to represent clients thank the judges watching tv and it's very different than having my client right there next to me where we're both we have the immediacy with the judge and the judge can see body language and demeanor an ice spokeswoman says the agency decided to stop moving detainees to the barrack street court because of safety concerns due to ongoing threats violence earlier this week ice cancelled hearings entirely in response to protesters outside the court new york city officials are continuing to urge state lawmakers to return to albany and renew a citywide speed camera program before it expires at the end of july brooklyn borough president eric atom says nine children have been killed this year by drivers the absence of speed cameras are putting out children in harm's way all of our children should be saved in protected there are currently one hundred forty speed cameras in school zones a proposed bill would expand that number to two hundred ninety the bill failed to pass the state senate after brooklyn democrats simcoe felder tried to tie the bill to a proposal to station armed police officers at city schools the legislative session in albany ended last week and governor andrew cuomo says he won't call a special session because there are not enough votes to pass the bill a disability rights organization is suing the city for allegedly not having enough crosswalk signals that helped blind deaf blind or low vision people cross the street the group disability rights advocates argues the city is violating the americans with disabilities act senior attorney christina brent young says a lack of pedestrian signals with vibrations or sounds makes life harder for people who can't see when it's safe to walk it just puts a burden on blinds deductions that the city is not putting on side of pedestrians it's totally unnecessary and it's against the law the city has more than twelve thousand pedestrian crossings but only three hundred seventeen of them are accessible the city has not responded to a request for comment rain is likely today maybe even another thunderstorm with highs in the low eighties seventy three degrees now in prospect park brooklyn and that's the latest from the wnyc newsroom i'm she meet the.
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"The world including vietnam tunisia and paraguay they'll spend the next year taking classes with columbia professors and working with the obama foundation learning about developing policy and putting it into action disability rights organization is suing the city for allegedly not having enough crosswalk signals that helped blind deaf blind or low vision people crossed the street disability rights advocates argues the city is violating the americans with disabilities act the senior attorney christina brent young says a lack of pedestrian signals with vibrations or sounds makes life harder for people who can't see when it's safe to walk the city has more than twelve thousand pedestrian crossings but only three hundred seventeen of them are accessible and the city has not responded to a request for comment we'll see on and off showers today with a high around eighty six right now seventy one degrees in central park coming up next on news that prosecutors in frauds charge ten suspected farright extremists ever an alleged plot to attack muslims but first to south africa which has seen a peak in cases of intimate femicide that's the murder of women at the hands of their partners women are considered to be most vulnerable in their own homes were weapons east to intimidate an ultimately killed experts say that dependency and fear among the contributing factors in a country where more than half of women are underemployed the bbc's numb psomas has this report this is.
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"So the question is if stu kovacs lays twenty dollars on a fourteen parlay in the nfl he takes a giants jets new england and pittsburgh he puts twenty bucks down he loses that that's profit for that particular let's say he's doing it in new york or he lives in jersey so it's twenty dollars profit let's say for new jersey how much goes to each individual is it the sport that was bad on is it the players association how much of that cut now if they have to pay out for grand let's say it's a unbelievable parley he did a ten teamer anyone forty grand well are those sports leagues have in to cover any of the losses or is that loss now just on the state who has to forego the money i get that vegas is building you know you look at the las vegas nights in the western conference finals there's like new buildings in vegas every day but for mark cuban to say that the value of his franchise just double because of legalized gambling man the only way that could happen and this is this is one thing that i will tell you where the the individual leagues could really really do something create what if the nba put an nba offsite betting parlors in cities all across this country what if the nba major league baseball the nfl mls pga tour all got together and they decided to put kind of like you get off track betting sites when i lived down in chicago they're pretty cool and you live downtown you don't have to go to the tracking go to a place hang out have a ton of beer it was five brent young people hanging out make a few bets especially any of the triple crown races so if these leagues decided to have their own betting parlors think about that and they made them like these really upscale that upscale but anybody could go in but it had the look of something that was out of vegas sports book and they have the money to invest and they put these all across the country if not all around the world wherever legally they could go because if it's legal it's not just the.