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Bjorn Calleja The Artist Representing Philippine Art on the Global Stage

BitPinas

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bjorn Calleja The Artist Representing Philippine Art on the Global Stage

"10 a.m. Saturday December 31st, 2022. Bjorn kaeha of the artist representing Philippine art on the global stage. Filipino interdisciplinary artist and contemporary painter Bjorn selja on flowing between mediums and the power of NFTs and empowering Southeast Asian artists. The post Bjorn Cahill of the artist representing Philippine art on the global stage appeared first on bit penis.

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"cahill" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

06:17 min | Last month

"cahill" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Definitely. And as time prevails, I'm sure we're going to see more and more of that. And as the builders keep building, it's something to keep in mind. But Cahill, you've definitely dropped a lot of really cool and amazing knowledge on us. As we kind of wrap up, I like to wrap up with a couple of fun questions. The first being with all the information that you've ever learned with being in the world of web three, if you can impart one to two pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first got started in this space, first started working and being a consultant for a lot of these different companies. What's one or two pieces of wisdom you would give yourself? It's so early. I think that's I think that's a major, that's what I started off with the conversation saying. It's still early. And so for those of you who are still getting in or just starting to build right now, it's so early. Blockchain is going to be like the Internet was in 19 90. It's here, but it's still early. So this is going to shift our entire culture as we move forward. So that's I think the one major major piece. Got it. And it's a good reminder. As much as people like to think, you know, as of October 31st, 2022, the white paper has been around for 12 years, which is kind of a 14 years actually, which is kind of a crazy thing to think about as satoshi wrote that long ago. And we're still early. We are still early. Yes, it's been 14 years, but you have to think about Bitcoin's been around for that long, Ethereum is only around since 2015. And then since then, we have over 20,000 coins that have kind of come within the last 5 years. We're early. We are very early. And a lot of things are going to continue to be built and mapped out. So again, want to echo echo that and appreciate you saying it. But as we wrap up here, what is a final thought that you want to leave with all of the listeners here today? Keep building. And if you keep building, don't forget that marketing is a huge component of this. It's fantastic to focus on product. But if nobody knows about your product, then how are you going to impact the world? You need to market it. And as we all know, there's a lot of noise. There's a lot of noise out there. So you have to cut through the noise and just having good products is not going to be enough. You've got to market it. So don't be afraid to keep building and to push forward on the marketing and get out there and start letting people know that you've got a great product. Absolutely. And really appreciate that final thought. What are ways that people can keep learning more about digital vision, media group, and connect with you as well? Yeah, so we offer we're actually launching a free audit for that. I've got a double check on an audit for anyone who wants to have their marketing looked at. So they can go to digital vision dot IO slash audit. And I'll give you the link for that. It's still in the early days of launch. So it'll be up by the time this podcast is up. We're launching that so they can go there and engage with the audit and get some insights into their marketing and what they're doing. Or you can connect with myself on Twitter at scale Camden. So at KL underscore Camden, that just one of the one of the other ways, or you can just email someone on our team. Perfect. We'll go, again, thank you so much for spending some time with us. I think you've given the audience a lot to think about in ways to move forward with their own growth marketing. And of course, for everyone listening, state cryptocurrency. Thank you for joining us for another episode of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a cryptocurrency and blockchain education platform that's bridging the gap between the curious newcomers for just discovering the space and the thought leaders who are shaping its future. 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Cahill Camden on Growing Web3 Initiatives With Digital Vision

Crypto Current

01:27 min | Last month

Cahill Camden on Growing Web3 Initiatives With Digital Vision

"Have killed Camden, who's with digital vision, media group, how are you doing today? I'm great. Thank you. And thanks for having me on the show. Appreciate it. Absolutely. Before we kind of dive into what people can be doing to helping to market and grow their different brands and businesses and communities, let's first dive into a little bit of information about yourself. Can you give us some background? Sure, where do you want me to start? Wherever you want. All right, so let's start, I guess when I got into crypto, because I think it's important for anyone who's new into crypto or who's been in the space for a little while to kind of understand. I got into crypto back in 2017. And I thought I was late. I thought it was really late. Some friends had been telling me about it since 2014, 2015, I would say, early 2015. And I just didn't believe them. I didn't get into it. And so I went down the rabbit hole in 2017, pivoted our entire agency towards really focusing on blockchain based companies web three as it's called now. And just went down the rabbit hole from there. They've done mining, have done marketing for different crypto companies exchanges, protocols like you name it a problem worked with them. And I think for anyone who's kind of new to the space right now, it's still early. I think that's just, it's still really early. I think there's a lot of room to grow.

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"cahill" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"cahill" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And radio I'm Raleigh James. You know there are over 485 versions of that song. Sammy fain and urban Cahill wrote it in the 30s and everybody from Tommy Dorsey and Bing Crosby to Joe Stafford and Joni James and you'd be surprised the skyliners did it and of course you just heard the 5 satins Fred Paris in the 5 sentence on Ember in 1960. No, of course it didn't chart, but as I say, there's no shortage of acts you can choose, whether it's Robert Goulet or Mario Lanza or Vic Dana or Johnny tillotson or Ray Charles. You name it. 485, like I say, version. Carlos Santana did a version of it. I know. I don't think I have that, actually. But I've got most of the other ones truth be known. And that's what Rita wanted to hear. So I hope she liked the 5 satins version. Maybe not the best, but they did such a nice job with so many songs that I thought, why not? All right, so Ronnie in more stone Tennessee, welcome to WGN radio. Well, I just want to say for Mike Lance, he might want to check with the Library of Congress. I know sometimes or yes, his state's talking about library. Yeah, the problem. The problem is what he specifically wants. I'm sure he's been through all the usual choices. And over the years, so many different disc jockeys have written a book that was not in print very long and not much about it, whether it's a Larry lujack super jock or what have you. And those are the ones that are so hard to find. So he's looking for a source for those. Right, and I'm stumped. Yeah, well, if you think of it by all means, he needs to know. And I know it's so strange I've heard him, he's been looking for some on newsreel too. Sure. So, you know, I hope there's a source out there, but I'm not, I'm not coming up with one, and that's not good news. Yeah, I know. I'm like, oh boy. Yeah, boy. Exactly. Well, if something comes to mind, you call me back and I appreciate the call. All right, all right, thanks. All right, so Johnny, Johnny D is in young's town tonight. Well, and every other night, welcome back to WGN radio. Hi, Raleigh. How are you tonight? That's my Leland impression. There we are. Well, I don't know if I'd go that far, but how wonderful to hear from you as always, what's up? Oh, I loved your little song that you sent to my guy. And all the songs when you mentioned callers, they just, you mean my guy. My girl. My girl. Well, you know, a little gender difference there. But callers love it when you mention their names, so feel free to write as many as you want. Okay, well, I'll finish. I got the dirt. I got a little lyrics, but I didn't do it 'cause you never replied, so I said, last must not want it. No, no, I do. You know, it's not a case of that. It's just overwhelmed with unrelated stuff. And so, you know what happens to email? Okay. I'll get it done over the weekend here. All right. Shoot it out to you in an email, all right? So pay attention. I'll try. I'll do my best. Yeah, that was my leader impression. She always says that when she comes in. Hey, where are we? How are you today? Well, all right, Leah, now you have to work up a Johnny D impression. Turnabouts fair play. Okay, yeah, well. Let me see her. Yeah, so I'm calling back tonight because last night, I ran out of time because you were having a phone problem. Well, no. It was my fault. Well, it probably was. But John, John says, hang on a minute, it's time to check out the news, but we'll be right back. I promise we're not going away. All right, but we will find out what's going on in the world at large right here on WGN radio. Roadway deaths rose

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Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Ex-Minneapolis Officer Sentenced in George Floyd's Death

"When you think you've done nothing wrong and that you certainly haven't done anything to deserve conviction, you can't take a chance. On all these years because he already had the federal sentence that he's serving. So to have the opportunity to take a plea deal and judge Peter Cahill has agreed to accept the plea deal and that he will sentence lane under the guidelines saying because he has accepted responsibility for his role in the death of George Floyd and he'll be able to serve that I think many of you know this, but let me just say it to get it out there. You can serve based on decisions made by various courts. You could be given multiple terms that either can be served consecutively or they can be served concurrently. One is very bad news. That means you serve all these years and then when you get done serving the first one, the second one starts after that. That's obviously disastrous if you are the person that has been sentenced to that type of sentence. He's been given a sentence on this one or will be the judges agreed that he will. Let him serve at the same time. So it's almost impossible. Other than principle, which obviously matters a whole lot, but we are living in a very dystopian crazy time, but it does matter, principle matters, but at the same time, if you're already serving three years for the one charge and you have the opportunity to serve this in the form of a plea agreement and you get to serve it at the exact same time, most people are going to take that deal. And in fact, the former officer lane is going to take that deal. So

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"cahill" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So what are you saying? We're going to bleep this bit out. Are we? Can they be in the newsletter otherwise, is there? Well, there's plenty of other predictions in the newsletter. Perfect. Thank you. Good night. No. So, there goes Catherine into the night. And she's going to go and sleep up ahead of a big day at the U.S. open. She's going to be presenting prime videos coverage in the UK. Which should be interesting. I mean, I do think the fact that it is best to 5. I mean, we've talked about this over the years. I think today was a perfect case in point. This match on stubborn against egos the architect just about got away with it, Matt, because jabber was running out of time there. It was 6 two three one and had it ended up 6 to 6 one. I wouldn't have been surprised. I think it's a great credit to jaber that she managed to make something of that. But had she known going in that that was a best of 5 set final. I think she's more relaxed. I think she's probably able to go for a shot more and not get three love down necessarily in 8 minutes. She might have done, but I definitely think it's a factor and even if she doesn't start well enough, she's just got more time to turn it around and make a match of it. Yeah, I mean, I suppose people who are perfectly fine with best of three will say, well, she did. Turn it around. So there is time to find your game and make a match of it. But it was right at its best point, wasn't it? When the match stopped. And it's interesting because I do think best of three is really suiting film tech and that approach she takes in the final, this idea of on deadline. It's like she's in a rush. It's like she's got an hour of the most majestic tennis and can I get the match one in that time? And she almost did it today. She was up a set and a break and it felt like that was it. But she just got rained in and it became a real match. But yeah, look, we've said it before. I like best the three tennis. I don't have a problem with best of three tennis, but I don't see what the harm would be in letting these women play best of 5 as well. For these showpiece matches to elevate them when all the eyes, all the attention, all the TV coverage is on that one match. And you want to avoid a blowout, you don't want. That could have been off the court in 50 minutes. And I mean, you do sometimes get blowouts in best of 5, and then it's and then it's a sort of really slow death. And that's painful as well. But we do see it a lot that a player gets tight at the start and they don't have the time, the runway that the men do to get into it. You certainly given it more chance, aren't you? You are, exactly. I was quite taken by on Chavez press conference. And she looked composed and she did, she said that after the Wimbledon final, she was asked, what did you do? What did you do to recover? Well, she says, the first thing I did was cry. Cry a lot, and let the emotion out. And that's fine. You know, that's part of coming to terms with these results. And then she took a bit of time. But she said with this, you know, I mean, I often think this. It's so soon after the match. Both for the winner and the loser to make any sense of anything to make any kind of prognostication for the future or what are you going to do next? And most of the winners are thinking, I just want to go and lie in a dark room. I mean, actually, I said, I'm going to go to the theater, but you wouldn't tell us which theater because she said, I just kind of want to be on my own. I want to be left alone. And she's not trying to be mean to anybody. She's got this enormous support. I mean, it was incredible out in the public area at the U.S. open today. When she came out and she went to the ESPN studios and she's sitting there with I think Darren Cahill was there and Chris mckendry, who's presenting and it's in the public area. So a huge crowd builds

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"cahill" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"cahill" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Three are a trend caterpillar now joins Boeing and leaving Chicago Are they trendsetters We'll talk to Joe Cahill from cranes about this today after four John Howell WLS AMA 90 Living in liberal heads rent free the Dan bongino show Stock market still getting crushed today down 800 My gosh 20 below 30,029 8 Let's go Brandon Let's go baby Let's go Brandon Of all the liners you play in this little quickie ones too That's my food That's good Let's go Brandon I agree Love that one So here's what I got coming out Kevin O'Leary from Shark Tank just laying waste to the Biden administration and what is one of the most beautiful sound bites I've heard this year in a CNBC hit You're not going to want to miss that Talking about how Biden could fix this gas crisis today and he mentioned something I've mentioned on this show over and over and over again That gas is very very sensitive to the futures markets oil and gas For a number of reasons Unlike say onions right Gas because people need to get the gases a big portion gas and fuel of transportation budgets and I'll get to in a second It's an important you understand I know Leary brings it up too You send a future signal about the future production of gas you can lower the price right now in a way you can do a lot more dramatically in markets that aren't hedged in a lot of derivative Overly complicated way I'll say it's simpler coming up in a second.

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Judge delays trial of 2 ex-cops in Floyd killing until 2023

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Judge delays trial of 2 ex-cops in Floyd killing until 2023

"I Mike Gracia reporting a judge delays the trial of two ex cops charged in the killing of George Floyd A judge has ordered a delay in the trial of two former Minneapolis police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd hennepin county judge Peter Cahill delayed the trial of two tau and J Alexander king until January 5th hoping additional time will improve prospects for a fair trial but Cahill denied the defense motion for a change of venue Tau and king are charged with aiding at the betting both second degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the May 2020 death of Floyd They were scheduled to go on trial next week I'm Mike Gracia

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"cahill" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"You know how direct she is and just a completely straight back barbaric. She was she was told by the interview. You've got Elena oster pinko in the next round. She went brilliant. Perfect. Oh, yes, perfect. That was it. He said, what do you think? What do you think about your next opponent? Elena was to Panko perfect. And what she meant was she meant was fine. I'm playing great tennis. I'm enjoying being here. It's all brilliant, you know, I'll take it as it comes, you know, I'm loving the challenge, but it came out as perfect. I'll eat that for breakfast. And maybe she will, because she's, yeah, she's playing brilliantly, but I'm looking forward to it. I would definitely watch that one. You know, I think one of the things is when you're reading off the two or three players that have gone out like kvitova and golf and Fernandez good names and players that were definitely improve any draw, there's still so many players left. It just doesn't matter. And here you are in third round and you're getting matches that I'm setting alarms for. And I think the other thing is that a lot of the top players, the ones we would consider contenders, but cheek, but Azarenka will come on to Osaka. They're playing really well. They're winning convincingly. No one's had any trouble yet. It's just all feels like clean as clean. Exactly. Incidentally, David, you're not fooling anybody. We know you don't need to set an alarm to wake up at three 30 in the morning. And you also not allow allowed to set an alarm for three 30 in the morning. Those are the rules. I've been banned from the WhatsApp group I'm banned until four 30 a.m. at the earliest. And I've kept. But he doesn't understand that we check his last scene. Last scene on WhatsApp. I'm aware of that. I wait until four 31 every day. That's why we haven't caught him out yet. Right then, folks, benci and it's him over happened today. Matt and I are intending to go out and watch this match on the Kiera arena, but events are either overtook. And frankly, the match was done rather more quickly than we expected the straight sets win for Amanda Anderson over she 7 and O four the season so far she'll be playing Naomi Osaka, who I think is 5 O for the season so far having beaten Madison Bengal tonight on the rod laver arena. We'll talk about that in a minute as well. David, you actually watched the match, so I'll get your views on that. My views were they walked out and identical kid. Yeah. And there was also they walked out and identical kit. There was a problematic shadow on the court, and I just thought, oh, tennis. Were you doing ten? This was the match that I'd most looked forward to today, and it just was a much happened. On the schedule, it was definitely the match of the day and I tuned out mentally for the first four games until that shadow had gone pretty much. That was a factor in me whether I'm paying attention to the quarter not because you can't really keep across what's going on until that and actually in those first and a half dozen games. It was close, and they were really testing one another, and I thought I was quite interested in what Ben should seem to be doing. It was a combination of effective play I felt which was taking the ball really early and trying to rush in this room over and it was that that element of it was working for and it reminds you what a talent benches is that she sort of deals with the fact that she doesn't have as big a ball strike as her opponent by doing that. But then I felt she really got it wrong tactically that I don't know how often this was happening, but I saw a few points in a row, where it felt to me like she was just trying to take on the innocent over backhand. Because she raised her own backhand. It was kind of like I write my own backhand so highly. Come on then. Let's have it. And so she took it on. And as you say, terrible idea. And she came on stuck pretty pretty quickly and also she then had a really long medical timeout because I know this because I took my had to give my iPad to my daughter who was having breakfast at the time and she wanted to watch. She'd never seen a nismo before. And she's watching and she says, dad, can we change the channel? Because all I'm seeing at the moment is that in the bench, it's complaining to the trainer, the train is getting too close to her and in her face while administering the treatment. So can we watch something else? So I did, yeah, turned it over button by the time I turned back, it was pretty much over and Aniston over was efficient and ruthless. You'll need to be against no mere sarca in the next round, won't she. She was asked about that much in her uncle interview at the time Osaka hadn't hadn't won through. In fact, I think, you know, it was politely put to her. Your face Naomi Osaka all Madison Bengal in the next round. Can you give us your thoughts on both these two possible opponents subtext? A lot more thoughts on Naomi Osaka please. And she said, and I loved this. She said, I've been wanting to play Naomi for a while. And I love that. Oh yeah. But I love that, you know, I don't know. I just love that. I love it. She's been so thinking that big because they're quite honestly, but she's been in the wilderness. She really has. And I feel for her, the reason the reason for it, I really feel for her losing her dad at that age and that stage in her career as well is just desperately sad whenever I think about it. But she's been in the wilderness since that breakthrough. And others have come along and taken the line like for her and will the talk when she reached that 29 teen French Open semifinal was that she was born for the line like, you know, she was bred for it. She completely belonged there. And then it was just snatched from her and life dealt her an incredibly cruel blow, but I loved that she's thinking this big. You know, she's thinking, yeah. I want this test. I want to test myself against the very best. And I do wonder how much Darren Cahill has to do with that. I guess it's kind of a chicken and egg thing. You know, the fact that she picked up the phone. And called Darren Cahill, you know, that's a signal if intent. I think. And I suspect, you know, Darren Cahill would want assurances from someone who's going to work with they're going to give back what he would expect from a player. So yeah, I mean, Matt had a Darren Cahill experience this evening. I was going to say I know for a fact that Darren Cahill was out scouting either nearing Osaka or Madison Pringle probably probably keeping a closer eye on him. As you say, because neither of us could actually get in to the rod laver arena for a moment. We both turned up at the same gangway and we got there just as the second set started and of course the rule in tennis is that you're not allowed to go in until the change of ends. But they don't count the first game of the set as a change of ends because they don't sit down. Stick that on the list with faff, matching outfits and shadows. Yes, sort it out list. So stupid just you could sort it out in just a click done. You don't have any debate, there's no downsides to getting rid of that rule. Just do it now. Yes. I mean, because not everyone can use the line that Darren Cahill used very politely and very nicely. I must say, he said, I am, I am the coach of the player who faces the winner and me too, said Matt, me too. He said it would be really useful to be able to get in because otherwise we're going to we're going to miss a couple of extra games in the end. There was a compromise. He was allowed to go in and sit a bit higher up and I sort of piggybacked on this. Can I go in and just sit there and I was led in as well anyway, that was my parent..

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"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Com. That's tuttle twins back dot com to the glenn beck program welcome to the glenn beck program. Just a show note. I am going on vacation for independence week the next couple of days and then next week i will also be gone when we come back. We have a slew things that we are working on tonight. We're doing a program On the the green new steel what this means to our electricity You know they're talking about putting charging stations in.

"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Was the chief law enforcement officer on board the uss princeton in twenty four during the nimitz strike group. Tic tac uap encounters a ui. Uap is something that means ufo. It's just the government's acronym for what we know to be. Ufo's there was a report that came out last week. It was nine full pages. My gosh. how long did it take them to put nine pages together but they they say things that i find very very puzzling. If you read the report to worry nine pages who would read it. It talks about if if this is true if these things when we come down to it. They're going to fall into think. They said one of five categories. You know it's going to be weather balloons. It's going to be some sort of natural occurrence It might be you know one of our planes or objects that might be a foreign militaries objects or it'll go into a other bucket will. It's kind of the other bucket. That kind of interested in. And maybe sean can give us some insight on this nine page you a report. Welcome welcome chief. Kale how are you. Good morning glenn beer. Oh you sound so serious Gosh i we're going to. We're going to kind of go a little bit. We're we're interested in ufo's and i like to talk to people who are not interested in ufo's and so you might be the perfect guy because you talk to people who are ufo lovers. They want it to be true. I just want the truth. So can you help us find that. Well i can say that for the people who are disappointed in nine-page atf. Report i would ask them to change their perception a little bit. The the first aspect of that report was that it was to go to congress and so the nine pages. While i don't wanna make it sound like a gift from congress. I was quite happy that they immediately turned around and gave us the unclassified portion of it. Now i'm like a lot of people. I'm most interested in what's in the classified necks and there've been a lot of rumors that are searching circulating around about it but there's a lot in that nine page report that we can immediately dig into and it hearkens back to two thousand four when i was onboard princeton and it speaks a great deal. If we focused. Just on that tic tac case where i was present today we would show a perfect example of why the atf was formed and the kind of data that we're looking to deliver to not only our our leaders but to the american people is the real the so can you give us. Can you take us back to when you were on the princeton and and tell us what happened that that whole experience in two thousand four when i was stationed onboard. Princeton is the chief law enforcement. Officer what we call the chief master at arms navy. I helped coordinate ships movements over a period of days with senior chief. Kevin day down in the combat information center. He had been picking up a novelist contacts on the radar system that were coming in at sub orbital altitudes then going down to eighty thousand feet and then what was spectacular what they were immediately translating down to the sea level and then there were groups of them proceedings in a suddenly southerly direction against the wind. This was so strange and worrisome. Kevin that he began a series of diagnostics. He and and a radar technician. Kevin voorhees both rebooted the system. Numerous times they double check. Everything triple checked and finally kevin went to our captain and said sir. I'm pretty sure that we have real contacts. These are not ghost in the system based on the upgrade. And because we were the wait. Wait wait wait wait wait wait let me. Just make sure that i have this right. So these objects were up almost outer space but in our atmosphere they came down of two eighty thousand feet. I guess that's unusual. Because i mean how many things are up sub orbital and then it went down to sea level. This is highly unusual. Well it's highly unusual and it's frankly impossible for most of our vehicles. That aren't ballistic Weapons systems because to deorbit a craft requires a certain specific set of maneuvers to to enter enter the atmosphere so not only were these appearing beyond where the radar system could pick them up. They were in space. They were then translating down to an altitude that even our best aircraft don't operate very well at case so wait wait so when we enter we have to. We have that blackout period. Where we're we're we're really kind of on fire when we're coming back down in so they didn't enter the same way they didn't experience those things or at the time we didn't we hadn't yet heard of what are called the five observables that came out of the program called a tip. That lewis alesando ran but what we did witness was what was called. Hypersonic velocity an instantaneous. Acceleration those are two of the five observables and their to means of of actions. That we have with zero crafts arsenal. That can do that so there was nothing about this that matched anything that we understood and then to have them immediately go to sea level and then kind of make a lazy flight southward Almost as if they were a flock of balloons. This is one of the things that gets the the bunkers into it because they like to cherry pick and say that there were twenty or thirty different things happening at once inflated to confuse the military that there were ufo's but that's not the case kevin sent Saudi of f. Eighteens out to the area where the radar was picking them up. We were the air defense commander. So our captain had that authority to order that and commander david favor and his wingmen pilot. lieutenant commander. Alex dietrich made their way out to this area and they observed a area of water. That was they said it was roiling and it was approximately the size of the seven thirty seven aircraft and around. It were these tic tac shit objects that were matt white in color. Approximately thirty feet long with no control surfaces no means of propulsion no markings whatsoever and they were darting around instantaneously like ping pong balls so. Let me see if i understand that. So there's some big object the size of a seven thirty seven and these ping pong balls these tax. Our circling it. So are they speculation here. Part of propulsion or something or they separate aircraft or whatever speculate. But if i were to speculate immediately i think one of the feelings that they were either observing this area of water or they were tending to something that was in the water I can say that i. I've participated in follow on investigations with luella zondo down in mexico and then sonata off the off of guadalupe island where.

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"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

19:26 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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Gosh they are just solving crimes and protecting. The american people like nobody's business. Yes they have. Finally tracked down the notorious louise lynn mcnicoll or is it just lois. I think it may be lois lowest. Mcnicoll oh man. When you hear the name lowest. Don't you think just young activists right well. Apparently lowest the sixty nine year old grandmother from los angeles was arrested yesterday and charged in connection to the january six breach of the us capital. Now lois sixty nine years old lois and her gang at line. Myrtle and clara are just radical insurrectionists and beatrice. Don't even get me started on. You know what i'm saying. These people are out of control. You know what they did but she You know they did what they myrtle in the glan. Yeah myrtle and lois both entered the capital. Give it they did it. An olive had the intent to walk around. And when you've got myrtle. Lois olive esther gable. True you know vera gertrude. Truly wait maybe. We shouldn't walk around little said no. We're walking around. Yeah and we're going to do it. Yeah but all in minutes ten. Olive was like my hip. Pertz and myrtle was saying to hadline at line. I know you just have all those gastrointestinal problems but we gotta walk. We gotta keep your walking and that says nothing about what this was doing this entire time. Well don't. Let's forget. Agnes battles with irritable bowel syndrome right. Yeah so she was in the bathroom for the entire time but inside the capitol the capitol building. Yeah yeah yeah well. Hazel hazel was helping myrtle. Because myrtle has a touch of dementia and so hazel is right there to say newnham but this is a dangerous gang. This is the second grandmother in this in this f. b. i. roundup to stop these dangerous insurrectionist and when i think of all of the resolute revolutions around the world that were started by unarmed grandmothers. I i would. If i started down naming them i wouldn't be finished until after july fourth right twenty four seven. I could just name. Myrtle ethel it was it was at aligned that started of course the the revolution in france. Why do you. Why do you think they call it myrtle beach. How do you think it was taken over name and brother. They stormed the beaches. Men stormed the me a bunch of murders storm the beaches. That's down started. Not a lot of people know that a lot of people know that i couldn't sleep at night after they put her away after. They put lois away then. I finally got night's sleep since jerry. Six now no. She's out on the streets out on the streets. No yeah don. Let me let me know. Listen it's worse than that on forty nine year old. Unarmed grandmother of five was presiding in indiana. I don't know issues present but anyway She was She was nailed for the for the The breach the insurrection in the us capital and she was the second now to be sentenced. And she she could have faced time in prison but she said that she was really sorry about what she did that she said i didn't. I didn't know i was breaking the law. And gosh i wouldn't want to be involved now this is. This is what people like clara sale. The time who were gosh i. I sure wouldn't have been in the capital doing today. Didn't think i was supposed to do these. People make me sick so she said quote. I would've never been there. Had a clue that it was gonna turn out the way it did because he was never my intent being part of anything that showed disgrace fruit to the american people. Wow well you would be you address. Well like stu and pat. If you didn't know that she's back on the streets today the attorney now. The attorney had her read books like bury my heart at wounded knee. She also had to watch netflix. Mudbound and documentaries Slavery by another name and tulsa burning the nineteen twenty one race massacre and and that was part of the deal that she could go free. What is. I hadn't read that part of it is that true. They had her watchi- the tulsa riot thing bury my heart at wounded knee. Okay netflix mudbound documentary slavery by another name and tulsa burning the nineteen twenty one race massacre. What did he say. Why do with anything. What did that have to do with the january sixth incident. Oh my gosh. Stu i'm not going to be able to sleep at night. Knowing that pat is he's free to together now with olive. Yeah and her meena. Oh my gosh well. We only brought him on the air today knowing that in behind him the forces are gathering to put them in prison he. He's not facing the door so they can kind of walk in as a giant squad and arrest pat and all him off so that we can get good night's sleep because of his obvious january sixth and by the way how many grandchildren you have. No how are they doing. I do. I have ten. Ten greenwich In grandeur Makes him a danger danger already you the day. He gets a walker lookout out now. I want to. I want to share with you yesterday. The secret service had to arrest dozens of of youth. And they were. There's no problem these guys Five hundred people. Blockaded blocked every entrance to the white house they demanded a fully funded civilian climate core. Be put back into the infrastructure. Bill they they marched to the white house blocked the entrances send a message to biden that no climate no deal they want. They want that human infrastructure in there the free college free universal childcare and was there she was among the ten dis telling the crowd. That politicians can't break this promise to us anymore. They're setting up a world where they don't have to live in it. That's why this matters. That's why we fight. And as a result of your hard work we have folks in the senate we have folks in the house not just me not just like they say a tiny group of the squad. We have critical mass of people saying no climate no deal so they were arrested. Some of those were arrested but they were they. Were just giving a glass of warm milk and sent home. The parents were called and they said hey. We appreciate the activism That these kids are learning in school. And we're we're proud of them So they'll probably be back and you know it's weird. This is a soros group. This is this is the sunrise movement and the sunrise movement is a radical environmentalist group. Funded by george soros out. What it ethel. And lois and myrtle and olive do pat. I mean really. What did they do. What well is the worst thing that you remember from. I mean besides people being shot the not. The people that were were protesting the well. They were the one shot but the ones doing the shooting were the capitol police one of the worst images that i saw was they took over. Nancy pelosi's office. Yes feet up on the desk. Right right really disgraceful. Not an insurrection. But really disgraceful. Yes you know what's weird. The sunrise movement november thirtieth two thousand eighteen fifty one people took her office and camped out in her off office and fifty. One people were arrested from the sunrise movement. Doing the same thing which is weird that we haven't really heard of that. Yeah that didn't seem like a day that almost ended our democracy. Did it. nobody saying that was it. November november of two thousand eighteen. Our democracy nearly came to an end. And we don't even talk about it because the exact same thing happened on that day in nancy. Pelosi's office of course. I don't know that anybody carried her podium out of the house. We're exaggerating a little. I don't think any of the lowest is. Did the really bad things happen the capital. i mean. look. There's video of people assaulting police officers and that is never going to be okay but there are going to be who i mean look. They're a wired they leading with us. Why are the arrest in harare. Grandmothers sits ridiculous. Yeah look if if this is all they have right if at the end of the day. They're not arresting the people the and there were some. It was a minority of the crowd though and this always gets left out. It's a small minority of the crowd. Who did the really bad things there. There were people who just sort of wandered in. Yes should've known better. Probably but generally they were not the insurrectionist. It's the dumbest thing in the world to to refer to the overwhelming majority of the people who were there as insurrectionist. It's insanity mean we. I think i talked to glenn about may have been off the air but listen to an interview with a socialist who are socialist writer. And they were like you know guys. We should probably not call this an insurrection. Because you know the next time we do it. They're gonna call insurrection. Like this was just a ryan is what he said. And i think that's a fair description of as to what you saw was a damaging right. It was bad you know there are a lot of people who do deserve to be punished because of it but know there's also a bunch of grandmothers who wandered in there for four minutes and the does seem like they're leading with those arrests. maybe the easy ones. Maybe those the people who are confessing. I don't know but it does seem to be going backwards as far as priority ago. Well the judge said he didn't want to send the signal that everybody was going to get probation. Just that lois and the other grandmother they came in and said where did i would have never had anything to do with it. It was like that and read those books and watched the documentary so not everybody's going to get that soft treatment. I'll tell you that right hate to do this again because we've already done this on the air but are you really telling me. They asked her to watch netflix documentary. Yeah but that's a real part of the story. Nice really. don't believe me. no it's incredible. hang on. let me get this story joe. This has to be no here. It is the unarmed grandmother blah blah blah capitol building. She was there for ten minutes. According to court documents she made an agreement. that That said that she was wrong. She was ashamed of the savage display of violence. That day would have never been there blah blah blah. The attorney bizarrely had her client read books. Like burn my heart at wounded knee and watch netflix. Mudbound and other documentaries slavery by another name and tulsa burning the nineteen twenty one race massacre at content was referenced. The content was referenced in her medical to the court which apparently was vital in the agreement for probation. So the attorney did this. It wasn't a punishment necessarily from as part of the as part of the police. So right. she's really super sorry. In fact she's watching these things. Wow unreal wow wow welcome to america all right. 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"cahill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The rest. The way you're listening to. Paul finebaum show podcast. Back in. legend is first up for the final thirty minutes. Good afternoon legend. Hey brother how you go man. We are doing great. How are you man. I'm doing good tom. Just sit here. Channel national championship rings. Sixteen seventeen eighteen. Paul running out of singers do i. I lost track. I remember one alabama its twelfth. It seems like yesterday didn't it. Yeah not really. But you know paul. I'm thinking about so many talking about donating some. You know i'm really thinking about giving georgia one paul. They deserve one paw. They really do. They really is one I wanna talk to you about that. Top ten list of yours coaching list. You know You know. I'm agreeing with you. I think we both will say and this may surprise from georgia fans. I think we would both agree that kirby smart should be higher. Yes or no i think you should. Yeah i agree to paul. I mean anti version a mic save and mike tops for any lists. You know what i'm saying. And the only real thing i would say about kirby smart i think he has everything it takes to be an elite coach and according to you an article i read the day. You're insane if you don't think he's already now leave much. I don't believe anything you read. Okay well that's actually. It was an interview author. You say well. I'm gonna tell you what i'm going to be. Okay i but you know you know my only problem with him. Is that the sugar bowl game at halftime. It would have been nick sabin. He would've went in and said look check from You been great. we love you. We need you but hey the number one player in the country. We gotta try to turn this thing around. I think if he did that at that moment it would have revolutionized georgia football. And because he didn't paul. I think it's setting back five years. You know that's the only thing i ha i guess kirby smart but this is yes that brian kelly told about inciting site but paul brian kelly i mean. Let's say nick saving ozzy equation. If you saw in the football program today your choices. Are kirby. Smart and brian kelly. Who are you hiring. paul. I think kelly is a good coach but he he i will tell you. I thought the whole list was crazy. I mean you kind of lost my cool with the guy because he really at at one point legend was not making any sense. No he didn't make no sense fall and you put him on their sense of and he could not answer your questions. You know i mean to me. You look at eleven to twenty and i'd rather have forty to fifty. I mean the eleven through twenty folks where they can sign me. You know you talking about franklin and gundy in code so crystal ball won't see him as a coach fall. May none of that excites me at all. You know but you know my thing is for. Some of these coaches are just over hype lincoln riley. That's another coaches over overnight ball. Yeah he's a good coach. But i mean i can win games if i had four quarterbacks that went on and became Future in certain quarterbacks. Four in a row a dan. I mean if you look at their conference in the draft choices that come out of it. I mean he as on nothing that any. Sec team couldn't go over and do i mean my mind. This might be a shocker to georgia fans. But i think kirby is clearly number. Three paul clearly numbered three and ryan day. Paul that's another one. That's a colts. Living off of another coaches towel. We don't know how good ryan is. Yeah he was a great assistance. But that don't make you a great coach. Paul not at all how you do. Great show man keeps going curbing number. Three little bit lead key. Thank you great to hear from you. Squirrel is following that act Hello squirrel wow. I'm so i'm actually honored. The following budget put me on and he knows his football. That's for sure Initially show today all this story kind of just blew up on us here. Yeah it it really has had a life of its own. There's still a lot of questions that we do not know the answers to and you nailed it right there a lot of questions because if you'll recall all of us nascar fans for racist to and then it comes turned out later that the news was actually just loophole. The door down with him and Yeah and i'm i'm i'm sixty years old. I've lived in a lot of places. I've been to probably every state except three including alaska hawaii and i'll be honest with you man. I see less races in mississippi. I've seen cities the midwest. I've been to in cities in the northeast. United states that i've been to like arnold lizard to the other day. There's a lot of minorities in sipping and why it's and blacks probably get along better in this state than any other state. Ibex been in because we live amongst each other and we interact with each other every day in all phases of what we have dinners lunches for the other and work together and and we communicate with each other and stores and things like that. So i'm not surprised to hear that but when you get twenty thousand people in the stadium and you got alcohol above. You're going to have three or four or five bits. And i i'm not doubting that. That's what happened but my question. You is what stadium in the country would allow offensive behavior of that nature and not immediately also people out and you know. I thought the stadium issue. Just your typical. pr statement. Didn't didn't answer the quick but it seemed like at that point Those people go usually go and let me tell you something. I'll be honest with you. If i was sitting in the section day if i wasn't star game and i've been to mini games there. I'm an alabama fan. But i've been to many games are and if i heard anything of that nature i would immediately shut it down and i know people around the would made shut it out to. I honestly feel that way. So let's just don't paint. Mississippi state people with a broad brush because there may have been a few idiots in the fan and again i'm the inward said and then i'm here at racial slurs. What was it exactly. Because there's a big difference in my opinion. well. I leave and get worse. Yeah okay. 'cause i'm spaniard. I was born in spain. I came here at three years old. And i when i get a little sun on me. I'm i'm confused the middle eastern a lot. i've been called every name in the book and but again. I've experienced less racism in the state of mississippi. Then i is brought to you and and i In the south. And and i think we have a we we. We have been painted with broad brush. You know that. Yeah so what happens is the i. i don't. this is a very strange story. And i tried to. When i was interviewing clinton to understand a little bit more about you know why he had not done anything else with it other than than tweet. But ultimately that's his decision to make The athletic director. Dan quayle really put this story into a different realm by her statement. I know her enough to think that she did not do that without vetting the story. Well well she may have made a mountain out of a molehill. I never know. Yeah i don't either. So that's what i'm saying. List this give these people benefit to learn. Learn more about story. But hey it's been interesting show and i really appreciate you taking my call. Thank you appreciate it very much as well. Dany is up next in north carolina. Hey paul Just wanted to share with you That the caller that you had I guess probably..

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"cahill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Was the athletic director at vanderbilt candice story lee when she issued a public statement which we shared with you earlier which brought this to light for. The first time. Clinton had tweeted something. But there's a big difference between a reporter tweeting something in the athletic director of the university in question making a public statement so i. I don't know the answer to this. But i'm assuming is not a very very good thing. I have spoken to john cone of mississippi state and the statement that kansas issued is this. I am deeply troubled that some of our student athlete. Parents were subjected to racist slurs. During last night's game this is. This is absolutely unacceptable and disgraceful behavior and such hateful. Language has no place anywhere in our society to the family members who were impacted. Please know that you have my full support. So i was taught as a young journalist never to to make assumptions. Let me finish with john cone statement. We joined vanderbilt in declaring such behaviour unacceptable and indirect conflict with evaluating both institutions and our fan base. The college world series serves as a celebration of the entire sport of college. Baseball highly inappropriate advancements must neither be tolerated allowed to detract from the on the field accomplishments of the student athletes and their teams who have earned the right to participate on this national stage.

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Vanderbilt AD Condemns 'Unacceptable' Racist Slurs Directed Toward Parents at CWS

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Vanderbilt AD Condemns 'Unacceptable' Racist Slurs Directed Toward Parents at CWS

"Was the athletic director at vanderbilt candice story lee when she issued a public statement which we shared with you earlier which brought this to light for. The first time. Clinton had tweeted something. But there's a big difference between a reporter tweeting something in the athletic director of the university in question making a public statement so i. I don't know the answer to this. But i'm assuming is not a very very good thing. I have spoken to john cone of mississippi state and the statement that kansas issued is this. I am deeply troubled that some of our student athlete. Parents were subjected to racist slurs. During last night's game this is. This is absolutely unacceptable and disgraceful behavior and such hateful. Language has no place anywhere in our society to the family members who were impacted. Please know that you have my full support. So i was taught as a young journalist never to to make assumptions. Let me finish with john cone statement. We joined vanderbilt in declaring such behaviour unacceptable and indirect conflict with evaluating both institutions and our fan base. The college world series serves as a celebration of the entire sport of college. Baseball highly inappropriate advancements must neither be tolerated allowed to detract from the on the field accomplishments of the student athletes and their teams who have earned the right to participate on this national stage.

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Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Prison for George Floyd Murder

AP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Prison for George Floyd Murder

"With an A P news minute fired. Minneapolis police Softer Derek Chauvin gets 22 And a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd Judge Peter Cahill. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections. For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That is a 10 year addition to the presumptive sentence of 150 months. Floyd's brother Rodney, telling reporters this 22 year sentence they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence is not having them in our life, and that hurts me to death with good behavior. The 45 year old showman could be paroled after serving two thirds of his sentence. That's about 15 years. Three other officers involved in Floyd's arrest are scheduled for trial next March on state charges. They will also stand trial was Shoven on the federal charges. No date has been set for that trial

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George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

"George Floyd is calling. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's prison sentence of 22 a half years quote a slap on the wrist, especially considering the loss they'll experience for the rest of their lives. NPR's Cheryl Corley has the latest Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest a former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck. For more than nine minutes, a jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We several life sentences, not having them in our life. And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires Shelvin to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Minneapolis

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"cahill" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on AP News

"Sentenced. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute fired. Minneapolis police Softer Derek Chauvin gets 22 And a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd Judge Peter Cahill. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections. For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That is a 10 year. Addition to the presumptive sentence of 150 months, Floyd's brother, Rodney, telling reporters, this 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence of not having them in our life, and that hurts me to death with good behavior. The 45 year old showman could be paroled after serving two thirds of his sentence. That's about 15 years. The three other officers involved in Floyd's arrest are scheduled for trial next March on state charges. They will also stand trial was chosen on the federal charges. No date has been set for that trial or trials. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire, a former police officer gets more than two decades in prison for George Floyd's death. Jackie Quinn reports it was less than with the prosecution wanted and much more than what the defense had hoped for 22 a half years in prison for the officer who kept his knee on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes, as the dying man begged for help. Judge Peter Cahill imposed the sentence as heard on court TV based on your Abuse of a position of trust and authority. And also the particular cruelty shown to George Floyd Chauvin, who didn't speak at his trial briefly addressed the Floyd family. My condolences of the Floyd family, Um There's going to be some other information in the future that would be of interest. And, uh, I hope things will give you some some peace of mind. Shove in wearing a face mask had no visible reaction to the sentence..

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George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

Day 6

01:01 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

"The family of George Floyd says the prison sentence handed to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shove in should have been longer as NPR's Cheryl Corley. Reports of Minnesota judge has sentenced Shove in 2 22.5 years for Floyd's murder Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest day former police officers ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother, Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers. They gave this man a slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence and not having them in our life, And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires show than to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Death of George Floyd

Ben Shapiro

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Death of George Floyd

"Former Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing George Floyd last summer, is sentenced to more than two decades in prison. Derek Chauvin was sentenced in Minneapolis Friday afternoon. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections For a period of 270 months. That's 270 Judge Peter Cahill. That sentence amounts to 22 a half years in prison. Chauvin was found guilty in the death of George Floyd during an arrest in Minneapolis. Floyd died pinned to the ground during the arrest with show Vince Knee on his neck until he became

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Judge Acknowledges Floyd Family Pain, Sentences Chauvin to 22.5 Years

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Judge Acknowledges Floyd Family Pain, Sentences Chauvin to 22.5 Years

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek show opens been sentenced to more than twenty two years in prison for the killing of George Floyd it was less than what the prosecution wanted and much more than what the defense had hoped for twenty two and a half years in prison for the officer who kept his knee on George Floyd's deck for more than nine minutes as the dying man begged for help judge Peter Cahill imposed the sentence as heard on court TV based on your abuse of a position of trust or authority and also the particular cruelty shown to George Floyd Chauvin who didn't speak at his trial briefly addressed the Floyd family my condolences for the family there's gonna be some other information in the future that would be of interest and I hope things will give you some some peace of mind Chauvin wearing a facemask had no visible reaction to the sentence hi Jackie Quinn

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"cahill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Judge Peter Cahill a sentence for count one. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That is a 10 year addition to the presumptive sentence of 150 months. That's 22. A half years in prison minus time served 12.5 years of that is for the second degree unintentional murder charge, plus an additional 10 years for aggravating factors, particularly, the judge said Schavan abused a position of trust and authority and showed particular cruelty to George Floyd, ABC. Mark Remillard Shelvin himself addressing the court at this time due to some Additional, There's no matters at hand. I'm not able to give a full formal statement at this time. But offering those is of the Floyd family again. Derek Shelvin sentenced to 22, a half years in prison and the second degree murder of George Floyd. Dave Packer, ABC News Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health urology provides expert care for urologic cases, including prostate conditions. Visit UC health dot com slash services slash urology for details A few places slowing you down on the highways east to 75 past. 7 47 Springdale. An accident blocks the right lane. No big delay their broken down East bound to 75 at Dixie Highway in Kentucky stop and go traffic along the stretch. Between 75 Taylor Mill also an accident South Beyond 42 at the 48 bypass north of Lebanon. Outbound 71 slows from Martin Luther King down to 4 71 in Kentucky east to 75 stop and go between 75 4 71 Delays at the Brent spends 30 minutes southbound from hobble 20 minutes to reach beyond from Dixie Highway. I'm Rob Williams news radio.

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"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

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"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"Maybe the best in the world under nobody knows so. It doesn't matter it's about. You know who is the best at twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five seat. You've got to keep the the end game inside all the time and put the pieces in place. I do think though even you may not playing for determines a year but you have to be near top because if you're near the top at a younger age you know you get cheese to practice with guys at the top on your end that day war. I think even you can take this as you add an international effort national level. If you see. I'm sure to kids who are in the inner circle that under under twelve if they tip over they're still being the inner circle andrey deans. They may not be national level. But i'm sure at an international level if you can get in their early improve yourself. Dente comes down to obviously. How well you plan your training for the future book. You have what it takes on its head. That's nurtured. really the timor. Angie is really important. From what i got her yeah. I think that's right if you can be plan at a level. So let's say antennas europe on the fourteen if you're able to play at category one level and you go through and you're able to play at like you know let's say top seventy itf level but you don't have to the top five. No you know you just have to be at a certain nevin experienced that level and in all be in the mix. You don't have the like. It would be very difficult. That's it the be thin category five. Atf on your last year of juniors and then to make. I think this is very difficult. I i don't know how many done that. But if you look at it through the years pretty much all the players have been good juniors. But they don't have to be the top. One percents agree and i think. Also you say top seventy. I think maybe difference with a top fifty. Juniors top fifteen junior is the toughest guys played five times warden. The top fifty guys most of the time. It's just as you say phones that he could travel all the time to wear it. And i think it's no it's also known that top ten junior grand slam winter junior does not mean. You're going to be a top wonder player. Yeah a hundred percent. Then you know if you if you look at it. I think a good way to judge. The rankin of junior is to look at the number of weeks in the rankin. Not just the ranking. So you know you can get somebody to a very high junior rank by picking the right tournaments and planning enough weeks. But it's like it's like cheating for your junior you know it's called substates. You're gonna get found that. Yeah yeah so you know. It's the number of weeks. Where did that person get their points. How many weeks did they play in us. Well they played forty weeks and the ranking seventy. You know if they if they can do that in well even less than half those weeks. I think that's a good indication then completely agree with gary. That was a very honest conversation different to our usual background. Conversations really enjoyed that. What you've been up to. Hopefully one day come back up to sweat some results. I think if you get any results with that you have every small federation called out here looking.

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"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"We'd casper rude on the podcast a few weeks ago and that was something i want to ask them. Never tasking from a young age. If you look at his shirts he'd sponsors all over it. He'd like six or seven stickers on a shirt like so there's some of these solid talent would part of the. I think the job of a tennis player. Our tennis parent at that age is to showcase their kid and say look the wants to be a pro. He's working hard. You know to find the investment and that's unfortunately part of the job if the federation doesn't have the money. yeah yeah i on. It's look it's really tricky. And you know. I suppose the sport itself you know it would be nice to see some investment from the international governing bodies to federations to support maybe some exceptional talents and not. It have now started a program like that where they're invested in some attitude showing promise from junior who from countries that may not be able to afford. I take the system like that would be really useful. Like if you find somebody in ireland fighting feelers and exceptional talent under shown progressive edged up. Some money goes back to these players. You know because we are talking a lot of the itf level futures guys. And i know it's been great to see novak of people like you know considered well. We should be increased the prize money for these players. Then take a step further back. Look at children who can't make it because they just don't have the money. No can we do anything for these kind of children as they deserve. Deserve a right to play sport like everybody else. I think. That's a good program. Maybe the grand slams who make the enormous amount of money maybe not this year last year but maybe they should instead of everything going back into the country. Maybe they should be saying location..

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"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"cahill" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"And tennessee is become an arms race. If you can. If you have enough money you can potentially by players are. You can give them everything they need. Provided you find some talent that helped them to be compared but other countries are just getting left behind. I wasn't curious about that. And to see a ranging the kennedy dawn if you look at what's happening on the torah think it's becoming obvious that you just need a ton of money nowadays is so. Let's take two examples. Canada neatly had few great players coleman true few years ago there. They're still coming true now. Neatly now has i. Don't eight nine players in the top. One hundred is it i. I don't have exact figures book they've just and all young guys all draw dum. Well it's lam's it must be more than money because the brits loads of money and they're not really and the sort of players know that's the point because i don't think anybody knows fabio what exactly it is and you know it's not just money. I know that. But i would say that. If you stripped back the italian federation give them in all if you chopped their budget right down. Would it be possible. I know the canadians made a huge investment at a point when there were restrictions or programs. I don't think it's possible really without money. Goals when you get to a certain amount of money. Then what makes the difference. I mean is it. The culture is it the fact that you've had passed players that makes people believe it's possible you know Is it is it the fact that you have a climate where people can train like. In spain. they can train all round outdoors in all. There's so many different factors. And i suppose kinda curious. Well what exactly are these factors you know is there. Is there something that you know. We're missing and like federations and smaller federations particularly condemn bridge the gap known. That probably never going to have the money carrying look forward to the day hopefully have results. You be i back on here. I don't know. I mean it seems to be that there's a lot in tradition. You know success. Nearly breeds success. I don't know if that's right but there seems to be. You know that a country who have players they might have cultures who've experienced being with those who can help the next generation but then again those that generation influenced the other players. So like if you have in your country. Serbia a couple of really top players. Does that give a belief to the younger guys that look this possible and education does have to be the number one because there is a career tennis you know. Is it that kind of tradition. I think you know. Success breeds success and no different to a lot of athletes. Their parents would have been tough out late or some sort of at least you know. It's in the dna really on haven't talked players. I know they just. They can appear sometimes just said could be two random one for i think that makes it a bit easier and obviously you say to wetter -taying access to all day. Clay courts haven't futures on every week of the year. I think all those things up and up and when you're from the smaller countries you're at a huge disadvantage because you don't have these things and you may have the money which will help you separate yourself from the rest of the country. But what sort of figure deva figuring your head that you'd think federation needs to manage one player like do they need like four five hundred thousand euros a year. Is there any figure that stands at like. I don't know exactly. But i did see where the was the was a figure being thrown around one hundred thirty thousand a year for one player. And i think it's actually more dot because that bat one hundred thirty thousand means that okay you know. That's the senate coach off with the player to travel okay and and that coach would be employed without player. But what about all the other things. What about the strength and conditioning trainer any what about the you know the physiology. What about all these pieces. That are now become equally impact. So you know where to guess i would. I would put that up to two hundred grand. I don't know somewhere around there. But if you look at like federations like ireland. Lithuania latvia small countries like this. They wouldn't have that money for the whole federation. So so what do you do. I'm india the invest in laws of young kids. And then hope that you know one of those comes true or the lords young kids in the mall to a college hoping that they'll come through college but then worst traditional peace there you know. Where's where's the kind of ambition there you know because you're not really sure that's ever gonna happen. You know you're not really sure you produce a lot of young kids and one dollars will come true a different system. You're not sure that's going to happen. It's a big gamble but you speak in lithuania. As sort of countries. They all seem to have worn player. That's mine to breakthrough at a high level. Yeah but lost at a time. They have one thing in common. Those players either have a huge investment from somebody. Our day would end up where they're in a one to one situation and they might leave and go somewhere. They have the other players that they can star with around so shrinking pan was a good a good example in thailand where all players and the you know the had reasonably good formed in and he went to the us and look. There's loads of examples of this. But they all lost are the law and soldiers. They have to do with themselves. You know because the federation just don't have the resources to invest in that that person so they have to go themselves. It's a big bud world as it is. Yeah it's definitely tough challenge. It's really the top wounded That's the first milestone once you break that one. Then it's anything's possible. After doc what you know. Unfortunately it's you know. It seems like a nearly unfair system. Now that's it really depends where you're born whether you can be successful or not. You know because if if i'm born somewhere where i'm in a federation they can support everything and you know i'm gonna end up in a radio program at a young age and you know. I have a better chance than if. I'm barn somewhere where they just don't have a structure resources. So you know there's a lot in actually. Where is somebody barnes relation to whether they could make it or not. You know the the argument i suppose. Okay well roger federer's and massive talent. What a roger. Federer was born in tennis federation zero bojan and no programs to develop you know. Where would he be. I think i'm gonna player to make an to make an example of i don't own personally. He's my wife's friends and our ours. Parents martin italian guy. He was born neatly on a couple of years. He was number one hundred fourteen. Italy now trained in piatti tennis center. You know high potential italian federation took him under his belt and he koby you know. I don't know how well he's doing right now put again. He's ours genes. so he's was born here. Would he be where he is today and the answer is probably no so yet. Just backs up. what you're saying. Yeah it's not just in the at a national level it's actually you know at a an international level as well because like let's say you are extr- and i've seen so many really talented kids that i'm looking at home. If you could just get them into a structure you know what what could you do with them because like if they do start to play. They can't make a living straight away so the tourist set up as you know where like started off an ats idea to and you're not f- you're right jeff. Junior is not going to get any money. And you've got to try and start in the in international high level tournaments. Get the experience. But what if you have no money to do that. You're not getting paid every week as junior and then you go into the it futures. Where even if you win the tournament you can barely make enough money to live that week. So how do you. How do you come true. If you don't have the resources it doesn't come down to talent definitely resources and that's part of the key isn't that who'd we see..

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Flaherty Earns MLB Leading 8th Win as Cardinals Beat Pirates 8-5

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Flaherty Earns MLB Leading 8th Win as Cardinals Beat Pirates 8-5

"Jack Flaherty allows two runs over six innings and strikes out seven of the cardinals eight to five win over the pirates flirty leads Major League Baseball with eight wins his records now eight note the Redbirds hit three RBIs for Tommy admitted two runs batted in by Paul Goldschmidt as they defeat the pirates for the fifth time in five meetings this season Gregory Polanco hits a two run home run a drive said three for Pittsburgh Trevor Cahill gives up four runs at one plus inning to take the loss he's now wanted by Alex Reyes records the number thirteen Mike Reeves St Louis

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Judge Postpones Trial for 3 Ex-Cops Charged in Floyd’s Death

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Postpones Trial for 3 Ex-Cops Charged in Floyd’s Death

"The trial for three ex policeman charged in George Floyd's death has been delayed the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in George Floyd staff has been pushed back to March of next year judge Peter Cahill said he changed the trial date so the federal case can go forward first one legal expert said the postponement could mean the former officers you're talking about a plea deal the three were supposed to face trial August twenty third the officers co defendant Derrick Chauvin has already been convicted on murder and manslaughter counts and all four officers also face federal charges that allege they violated Floyd's civil rights during his may twenty fifth the rest I'm surely after

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 Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death

"Of three fired officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been postponed from August of this year until March next year. In his ruling, judge Peter Cahill indicated that his decision is based in large part on the fact that the three Thomas Layne Alexander King and to Tao, along with Derek Sheldon, were indicted last week on federal civil rights charges, which could bring more serious penalties than the state charges of aiding and abetting. In addition, Cahill noted that the defense team should be given More time after the recently concluded trial of showman who was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, along with second degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd, Adam

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Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio

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Judge Orders Chauvin Juror Names Sealed, Citing Risk of Harassment

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Orders Chauvin Juror Names Sealed, Citing Risk of Harassment

"The sake of their safety. The judge in the Derrick show Vin Trial, will not release the names of jurors. The 12 jurors panel convicted the former Minneapolis police officer of murder and manslaughter for killing George Floyd. During an arrest last May. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill ordered the names of the jurors to be kept under wraps for at least six months.

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Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

"Broken we, the jury in the above entitled Manner as to Count one. Find the defendant. Guilty count too guilty, held three guilty. And with that, Derrick show Vin, convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, one by one. Judge Peter Cahill read the counts and affirmed the Jury's verdict of guilty on charges of second degree murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Derek Shelvin in a light gray jacket, white shirt and blue tie had on a light blue mask. So his face was indiscernible. There was no apparent reaction from the former Minneapolis police officer as the jury's guilty verdicts were read after the verdict. Bail revoked and Chauvet is taken off to prison and official sentence is eight weeks away. More potential

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Jury's swift verdict for Chauvin in Floyd death: Guilty

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Jury's swift verdict for Chauvin in Floyd death: Guilty

"Now that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty in the murder of George Floyd he could be sentenced to decades in prison after the guilty verdict was read children's bail was revoked he was led out of court in handcuffs his lawyer Eric Nelson following without commenting sentencing will be in two months the most serious charge carries up to forty years in prison it's up to judge Peter Cahill to decide on Monday Nelson asked for a mistrial citing remarks made by representative Maxine waters about the outcome of the trial it was denied but Cahill said that could be grounds for an appeal however legal experts say it's unlikely I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murdering George Floyd

KQED News Special

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murdering George Floyd

"Are celebrations in Minneapolis tonight after a jury convicted former police officer Derrick Show Vin of murder and manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd. That's epic of Minnesota public radio reports on one of those celebrations at the intersection where Floyd died last year. For the last 11 months, 38th Street in Chicago Avenue in South Minneapolis, has been known as George Floyd Square. Hundreds of people gathered here to await the jury's decision. Cheers erupted. His judge Peter Cahill, read the guilty verdicts. Prosecutors are seeking a prison sentence that's longer than Minnesota's guidelines. Three other officers charged with aiding and abetting Floyd's murder are due to face trial in August

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"cahill" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"cahill" Discussed on AP News

"He's a pathological technique used by the worst of dictators. From causes the anger He causes divide the divisiveness. He foments the violence and blames others for it. That is despicable. A group of moderate House Republicans has introduced a resolution to censure President Trump for his rule in last week's attack on the Capitol and for attempting to unlawfully overturn the 2020 presidential election. The group says they believe Democrats pushed to impeach the president for a second time is unrealistic and would likely result in acquittal by the Senate. Instead, they say they believe the House and Senate should censure Trump so Congress can unite toe hold the president accountable. This is AP News. The Minneapolis police officer who had his knee on George Floyd's neck will have a separate trial. Former Minneapolis police officer who held his knee to the neck of George Floyd will be tried separately from the three other former officers accused in his death. That's according to an order filed today that sites limited courtroom space due to covert 19 restrictions. Derek Shoppin will stand trial alone in March, while the other three officers will be tried together in the summer. Judge Peter Cahill explains it's impossible to comply with covert 19 physical restrictions, given how many lawyers and support personnel that four defendants say would be present. Prosecutors disagreed with the judge's decision to split two trials. I'm surely Adler the government's plan to carry out his first execution of a female inmate in nearly 70 years has been put on hold. And two other executions scheduled for this week were halted because the inmates tested positive for covert 19 I'm Tim McGuire Pay P news. Does anybody want.

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