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"carol moore" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"City of Monroe the governor's office of homeland security emergency preparedness prepared and I signed a letter I'm sorry broker letter got sent in for the command our community disaster loan program which provides operational funding to help local governments that have incurred a significant loss when revenue due to a major disaster and and that could affect their ability to deliver essential municipal services so so we're trying to stand up that long program most of the folks are most of these families as you said we center for me with it because we've had to do it in the past we've also requested that Verizon provide more cell coverage in the impacted areas and send the U. S. Archie to assist recovery mission and submit a request for a sanitization machine who is in a democratic governor John bel Edwards from Monday morning feminist writer Pete gainer called in and I spoke to him on in total we would be submitting requests for individual assistance and public assistance we also requested that from memory damage assessments for all the homes will allow to to be done this through photographs so they would not out there with open nineteen having to physically inspect all these properties in Iraq with more people than is absolutely necessary he was receptive to that idea and I think we're going to be able to get that done I can tell you that I was I was personally struck by just how much damage we sell today and washed all pairs how widespread it was and you know these tornadoes have a mind of their own because every time I go out and look at the damage to everyone home this completely flat and next time next to it is a home that looks like it it didn't get touched but to see so much damage again without anybody being killed we do have that ought to be thankful for Anna and I know that that doesn't just happen either people were mindful of the fact that there was severe weather warnings and I think that they took seriously the alerts that they got on cell phones and so forth so I do appreciate the people of Louisiana particular here washed off parish of for doing that now with respect to cope with nineteen we do have some new numbers to report for you I will tell you bank name do continue to be encouraging over the last week or so we've we've been talking about how we will flatten the curve and our trajectory was really improving that continues to be the case let's see we've we've reported over four thousand new test today and it produced four hundred twenty one new positive cases for the state then brings us to a total of twenty one thousand and I think sixteen cases of state run unfortunately we added forty four new deaths that's eight hundred and forty statewide and you remember just a few days ago we were reporting seventy deaths so even that number even though as tragic as it is it is trending and in the right direction for us hospitalizations in ventilators each went up but the the point not an alarming growth so we have fifty new individuals would cover nineteen in hospitals across the state Louisiana and three ventilators were added to what was already in service with complete nineteen also so even though there's there's more people there the growth rate there was not particularly alarming and an indicator move in the right direction I will tell you that anecdotally and somewhat non anecdotally I've received reports that the people of Louisiana over the Easter weekend I did not take social distancing as seriously as they should have an ID as the stay at home water on hand and the mitigation measures our work practices they have been previous to that to that and I'm encouraging everyone to get back to taking this very seriously the reason we are trending in the right direction the reason we have a slow and slowing the growth of of cases and so forth and deaths is because of the social distancing the hygiene practices the stay at home water and all it takes to have a spike in cases and go back the other direction is for too many people to violate the order too much social contact the spread of this disease so I'm asking everyone to to do better and I can tell you that that unicast social distancing dashboard which tracks movement by cell phone GPS data the state actually wasn't doing that well before he had a C. minus but we now have a deep because there are too many people moving around and so asking people to take that seriously not as we announced last week we are seeing racial disparities and outcomes with respect to deaths across the state Louisiana man it was we reported seventy percent of Kobe nineteen deaths were among African Americans even though they made up thirty three percent of the state's population that was the right percentage but that was the percentage of known of the races of the individuals that there were no we've actually been able to update that a little bit of sixty percent of the deaths among African Americans thirty percent or white eight point eight percent are on now and so some of those are going to be after American someone not but what it what we know is that the percentage of African Americans dying make up at least twice with their percentage of the population as a whole is end of what we learned with the task force is going to start to study these racial disparities I will benefit everyone but but we we know that we have an obligation to figure out exactly what's taking place here and better communicate during this golden nineteen emergency and then make sure that the task force pays dividends thereafter in improving upon those health disparities that we've seen across the state Louisiana Louisiana governor John bel Edwards from Monday you know and and this is true for everyone if you have an underlying chronic health conditions such as hypertension diabetes kidney disease heart disease and and many others then that makes you especially vulnerable to this particular virus to this disease and we know that generally speaking African Americans have these chronic health conditions in a larger proportion than than others A. here in Louisiana and around the country since we're here in Washington I did want to speak for just a minute about washed off parish there three hundred eighty four cases here of cold in nineteen as of noon today and that's informed via three thousand eight hundred and ninety six tests reported on that includes a state tests and private labs and five deaths the parishes the parish ranks tenth among parishes in the number of cold in nineteen cases across the state in region eight there are currently seven testing sites that consist of union Lincoln Jackson Caldwell Franklin tents on Madison's east Carroll west Carol Moore house Washita and Richland we have some good news in north Louisiana coming out of LSU health Shreveport they have open the emerging viral threats call the E. V. T. lap which can process coded nineteen test results in twenty four to forty eight hours and has a high in capacity of fifteen hundred tests per day and the the clear CMS CDC approved lab is receiving samples from all over the state on hand and makes it make take some testing from out of state once Louisiana's peak has has occurred this lab literally went from an idea to testing samples in less than two weeks and is now one of the highest capacity large throughput testing centers that we have in the state Louisiana LSU health Shreveport researchers recently administered the first convalescent plasma theory I'm sorry therapy in Louisiana to a critically ill code in nineteen patients and I think they will match the third state in the country to do that our third facility I should say to do that in the country this investigative therapy uses convalescent plasma from individuals who recovered from Kobe in nineteen it's possible that this plasma contains antibodies a difficult good nineteen and holds promise to be ineffective in treating those critically ill with the virus LSU health Shreveport was also the first side in Louisiana and the second the US to offer inhaled nitric oxide clinical trials are joining Harvard University and university of Alabama Birmingham in that regard now is your last report was what her city five thousand dollars from the cattle parish commission and will begin Kobe nineteen testing in rural areas of north Louisiana this week on the testing will be accomplished by re purposing mobile vans previously used for cancer screenings this morning on our weekly governors call with the White House the vice president led the task force on that call and he and his advisors are on the task force talk about the need to get with me to continue to improve on on reagents and swap so that we can for support are testing all over the state because nobody wants to be in the dark in testing the more testing you have the more you know about what's going on the in the state as a whole but in particular regions of the state we know that there will be some additional news coming out this week about serology testing which is anybody testing which I think would be really important for us to have available a when we start talking about relaxing restrictions we open the economy and so forth because it'll measure who has antibodies in their system meaning that they had killed in nineteen and we know that's significant because a lot of people going to know they had it because again if they have a a positive test results but there are a lot of people out there are some significant percentage of the population who have called in nineteen and not know it but because they had it they will have the antibodies and it'll be easier for them to go back to work and to re engage sooner then it will be for other people dealing with the devastating storm damage on top of a public health emergency is very very difficult and I wanna I wanna thank all the first responders again who's done a tremendous job of of managing the response to the tornado managing the public health emergency as well and I continue to be very appreciative of all the doctors and nurses respiratory therapists and other healthcare professionals all across the state Louisiana her doing her Mendis tremendous work and I I will assure you we are going to get through this but we do need people to be vigilant and I'm just gonna hit on this one more time today formally Louisiana governor John bel Edwards Monday's briefing on C. span radio WCS be FM Washington people all across the Louisiana in here in northeast Louisiana to be patient to be mindful to stay at home water to be mindful of social distancing wearing a mask when you're out in public and just because the grocery stores left open doesn't mean.

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"carol moore" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You talk radio is live thank you Mr screen that right Mr scream AT say ESPN is the number got rob as he and Chris at the studios hope you guys are safe and stay in quarantine quarantine no casino and race on ESPN radio so where the April fools because the joke's on us but we're trying to get by if you know what listen I I that's that that means that investors like if you would've told me in January this is why don't make plans because if you told me in January I was going to be watching Joe exotic some random some random tiger tamer and the best fight would be the best rations yeah the best fight of the month would be Chloe slapping him face against a wall which will talk about later on believe it or not then you know what you would never predicted that right couple months ago you're saying wow look at all you wanted to my funds are doing well the market still run the matter what aspect your life two months ago completely different story so full J. tricks on all of us jokes on us so everybody's board were on the same boat we see this news alerts that the N. B. is gonna do it a horse tournament the game of course competition to be broadcasted for our viewing pleasures and our first initial instinct was like this can't be real oh wait this of course it is because everything's upside down right now you know and you and your right I would watch basically anything keep me entertained and occupied by the way the truth is we you and I have come to multiple conclusions it's coming on which by the way you you may have heard on SiriusXM we do a TV show on ESPN two every night I love hanging out here ESPN radio just tell you who we are I know you and you're the type of guy that you'll you'll watch property brothers for hours you watch you watch any dumb documentary I will but now we're getting to the point where people are watching anything and you're running out of things that I I was debating watching tiger king for the second time just to see if you miss the if there's a little nugget but I hate Carol Moore now right but we're we're going to get to the point that it's it's like you said it's the first week of April we at least have another month of this at least so maybe horse in the NBA not such a bad idea to get some superstars you could gamble on it and that's the key were talking about the gambling aspect if you could gamble on it there's a whole there's an aspect of a lot of board guys out there that missed out on NC double a tournament gambling that missed out on the do you know MBA in hockey every day this this this is after selecting and again asked them to think of an analogy here it took the the cool kid in school to start the trend right lebron James is the cool guy the cool kid the high profile names like that involved it makes it cool it makes it fun does that make sense to me that's what they do in Hollywood bill did some some movie director or someone put together project will tell one superstar well you know we got Robert Downey junior and that way you get you got dented at the moment and then they tell down exactly got that person so if if one if one guy like lebron or Steph curry or harden where Trae young were Yanis is some or call YA yeah he or quiet like you get these caliber of players yup yeah we're doing it if the Jetta minds is it and the fans are tuning in we're grabbing a popcorn is nothing else to do and it makes the other players in the league want to participate it would make no sense something that could have been lame is actually a lot cooler like look the same dunk competition depending on who's in it it's either labour awesome so this is either labour awesome depending on who is involved and how he did the competition gets out Mike in Tennessee he's on ESPN radio Mike was doing Mike is saying this horse thing is a joke and Mike that was my first instinct to what's up man thank god good afternoon great show thanks always enjoy listen you guys on Sunday afternoons yeah I could I could believe that those like really you know this is the kind of idea that moderate overweight uncles would have come up with right out of her family reunion they were gonna place where she was they were gonna put a horse in the driveway yeah we got some because of shuffle board in the back to hold on to it like we we can't deny what he's saying because that was everyone including us our initial reaction but think about it here's the options ready nothing nothing at all like watching tiger king for a second time no new car there are actually something different taking a chance why not take a chance it might actually work you don't like we might get some stuff out of this just based on these ideas is not believe in the future and outside of this quarantine in this time in our life and you know can you know you when you when you think about what people love people love social media for what reason because they love to get behind the scenes of the celebrities lives right right people love to see lebron sit down with his family having taco Tuesday they love to cede the waiting Carmelo telling a story on Instagram live they love the things right so if they want these things and there's a thirst for behind the scenes what people not want to see these guys in the home no reports that whenever I tell you why because it was just a reminder to everybody that that's all we got right now is just a reminder that yeah that's right the NBA season yeah to spend it so this is what we're gonna have to deal with that's the only thing it's just at first the initial thought was late but again when when you hear it out and when you talk about what we're doing right now and you realize this is the only black menu option at what have what it thank you what if they take it to a level speakers can't be choose restaurants is always got right now lot of cliches around this morning and I'm with you they all make sense of the offline if there are some fun things on the line here if this MBA horse competition goes down follow me on a few of them and you tell me if this would contribute what's the prize of Milano hit now he got harden if you lose you can shave the beard all right now I see that's great what what if what if what if it was going to say he has to get rid of the unit these got to fix up the brow if you lose it I mean you should do that anyone available what they like lebron you can't touch up the bald spot it off your list a young cat legs I am comes out he's like well this is the perfect time to show the patio the passing of the torch I'm coming for you the Bronx when it's on the line there's got to be a hide behind it if this hype and gambling does that guys will fall into the sea legitimize this you know and B. again S. N. B. A. are they gonna have that much fun maybe I don't know this evening the the money aspect what's on the line what is the prize is there money involved who's participating all these things matter but you know what what it what it does is sit here and say instead of the ceiling or watch this entry fee but a player to join hundred grand winner gets to donate that money to their cities need for the crown of ours talk yeah get out of silver on the phone for you drop of micro I'm in I'm in a silver on the phone so I think we can all agree at least for now that our initial reaction was and but now that we think about it we played out we realize you know depending on who's involved it could be fine I'll take it I appreciate the the original ideas all right well ESPN radio casino and rich coming up next we'll talk to Brian Reese who was there he was on the court when Chris Webber called the worst time out of all time we'll reminisce little bit catch up with him next right here on ESPN radio could be known rich Sirius XM channel eighty yeah boy is extended eligibility.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"A one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday a Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before prince died in twenty sixteen the Minnesota board of medical practice order doctor Michael Schulenburg to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars last month the board didn't name prince but the Star Tribune says the board identified him as patient number one and his body guard Kirk Johnson was identified as patient number two Schulenburg attorney Amy Connors declined comment American tennis player Abigail spears was handed a twenty two month doping ban on Wednesday after a positive test from last year's U. S. open spears to thirty eight has won twenty one women's doubles titles during her career and won the mixed doubles title at the Australian Open in twenty seventeen the international tennis federation said she tested positive for two prohibited substances press around and testosterone spears was charged and provisionally suspended on November seventh the I TF accepted her explanation that her use of the substances was all connected to sports performance but said for fault was deemed to be high the ban was back dated to start of the day's spears was provisionally suspended and goes through September sixth of twenty twenty one this is a I'm ready to fall late the president will speak today about what he calls the impeachment hoax the Senate acquitted him of the charges.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network the Senate has acquitted president trump on both articles of impeachment a B. Washington correspondent soccer Madani reports from the White House is the respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second constructing Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not find the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents in the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager make ani at the White House a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday General Motors posted positive earnings numbers for last year despite a forty day strike by factory workers and the slumping sales in the US and China the company reported a six point five eight billion dollar profit for the year however that was down almost seventeen percent from twenty eighteen the numbers that would have been better but GM couldn't avoid red ink in the fourth quarter it lost two hundred thirty two million dollars or sixteen cents per share largely because most of the strike by the United auto workers union happens during the quarter excluding one time items for employee separations them the sale of a Chinese joint venture Gee I made five cents per share soundly beating Wall Street estimates revenue for the quarter was thirty point eight billion dollars down almost twenty percent from a year ago that fell short of Wall Street estimates of thirty one point two billion dollars the company is still made eight point two billion in North America for the full year so about forty four thousand US factory workers will get eight thousand dollar profit sharing checks this month however that's also down from ten thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars and twenty eighteen impeachment over prime time acquire the AP news been at the center quits president trump on both abuse of office and obstruction of Congress impeachment charges after today's vote Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said the house did the right thing did the president commit high crimes and misdemeanors I think it's conclusive that the president did and if the president doesn't three months they should impeach him again and if the next president does if they should impeach him what are Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell tells reporters it's time to move on this decision is been made far as I'm concerned it's in the rear view mirror former south bend Indiana Merope booted judge has a narrow lead over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa state Democrat caucus count which is still going on since Monday night's gatherings Joe Biden's in a disappointing fourth place he tells supporters in New Hampshire I am not going to sugarcoat it we took a gut punch in Iowa.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"Baseball's all time hits leader is again asking Major League Baseball to end his life time ban saying the penalty he agreed to back in nineteen eighty nine is unfair compared with discipline for steroids use an electronic sign stealing roses lawyers submitted the application Wednesday to baseball commissioner rob Manfred who already denied a request from rose back in December of twenty fifteen the petition argues roses penalty is too severe considering the penalties levied for recent wrongdoing by ownership management and players rose agreed to the band after an investigation for M. L. B. found he plays to numerous bets on the Cincinnati Reds to win from nineteen eighty five to nineteen eighty seven all while playing for and managing the team in twenty fifteen members had roses still hasn't accepted any of the wrongdoing outlined in the report rose turned seventy nine in April and has asked to meet with Manfred he also wants the hall of fame to change its policy of it keeps them off the ballot a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday the US trade deficit has fallen for the first time in six years AP correspondent my camp and reports the gap between what the U. S. cells and what it buys a broad dropped nearly two percent last year two six hundred sixteen billion dollars the commerce department says US exports dropped but imports fell more creating the trade gap decrease president trump hit China with import taxes and the Chinese trade deficit dropped almost eighteen percent but many economists argue that trade deficits are largely the result of an economic reality that doesn't respond to changes in trade policy that Americans spend more than they produce and imports fill the gap my camp in Washington the Senate finds president trump not guilty a B. soccer Madani with more the respondent.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"I books a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday police in Britain are investigating an unusual case A. P. isn't Charles bill does report the bodyguard of a former prime minister left his gun inside an airplane bathroom stepfather's not much to go on British tabloid the Daily Mail reporting the weapon was found on a trans Atlantic flight and handed over to flight attendants another paper the some ads possibles belonging to former prime minister David Cameron and his bodyguard also found please say that taking this matter very seriously the officer involved not removed from operational duties as a former prime minister common is entitled security provided by a specialist police unit child alert that's not on the the Dodgers get what they hope is the missing piece of their World Series puzzle putting together a blockbuster three T. deal with the red Sox Boston serves outfielder Mookie Betts and left handed starter David price to allay for outfielder Alex Verdugo meanwhile Minnesota will get right hander cantellated from the Dodgers will send the pitching prospect Bruce dark rather all to Boston the Dodgers will also be cash from the red Sox to offset some of the hundred twenty three billion dollars owed to bed to have the price will change loser is eager for a World Series title after losing in twenty seventeen and eighteen and any beds.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"B. C. as AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports Britain's governments considering a change which would severely dump the coffers of the nation's public broadcaster the government wants to hold a public consultation on whether to stop charging people with a criminal offense if they don't pay the annual funding charge which currently stands at around two hundred dollars a year that will cost the gets most of its money from this license fee paid by every television owning house sold in the country failure to pay can result in a fine or in rare cases a prison offense the BBC Britain's largest media organization has its critics which say its funding model is no longer appropriate in the digital media world Charles Taylor that's not on the I one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday the US trade deficit has fallen for the first time in six years AP correspondent my camp and reports the gap between what the U. S. cells and what it buys a broad dropped nearly two percent last year two six hundred sixteen billion dollars the commerce department says US exports drop but imports fell more creating the trade gap decrease president trump hit China with import taxes and the Chinese trade deficit dropped almost eighteen percent but many economists argue that trade deficits are largely the result of an economic reality that doesn't respond to changes in trade policy that Americans spend more than they produce and imports fill the gap my camp in Washington the Senate finds president trump not guilty A. P. soccer Madonna with more the.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"A year the bold Costa gets most of its money from this license fee paid by every television owning household in the country failure to pay can result in a fine or in rare cases a prison offense the BBC Britain's largest media organization has its critics which say its funding model is no longer appropriate in the digital media world Charles there that's not on the I one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend to coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday police in Britain are investigating an unusual case A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the bodyguard of a former prime minister left his gun inside an airplane bathroom so father's not much to go on British tabloid the Daily Mail reporting the weapon was found on a trans Atlantic flight and handed over the flight attendants another paper the some ads possibles belonging to former prime minister David Cameron and his body guard also found please say that taking this matter very seriously the officer involved not removed from operational duties as a former prime minister common is entitled security provided by a specialist police unit child alert that's not on the the Senate finds president trump not guilty a B. soccer Madani with more.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"The Philadelphia Phillies the team will pay tribute to holiday on may twenty ninth the tenth anniversary of his perfect two game against the Marlins it was the twentieth perfect game in MLB history Halliday was forty years old when he was killed in a plane crash three years ago he and don Larsen of the New York Yankees are the only pictures to throw a no hitter in the postseason Halliday opens the twenty ten and al division series with one against the Cincinnati Reds in his first career playoff start he was inducted into the hall of fame last year a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday I read a Foley with an ABC news minute standing right behind president trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up her copy of his state of the union address as he finished delivering it before Congress last night the president spoke of the great American comeback days of our country being used take advantage of and even scorned by other nations are long behind us AP correspondent Zeke Miller in Washington he saw the president take credit for essentially making America great again delivering on.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus I one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday the director of the U. S. mentors giving the keynote address at the one hundred fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Carson city mint the men inside what's now the Nevada state museum began producing coins from the silver and gold or of the nearby Comstock lode on February fourth eighteen seventy U. S. director David Ryder joins governor Steve says a lack and others in the ceremonial striking of US special sauce with ten you'll silver medallion on the historic coin press number one it's the original press used to produce the first coins bearing the CC mintmark state of the union I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute in the house president.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"December anything above fifty signals expansion the index had showed US manufacturing contracting from August through December partly because of president trump trade war with China that it raised costs and uncertainty economists had expected another bad month of January but new orders production and export orders all grew last month factory hiring did drop for the sixth straight month but at a lower pace than it did in December the eyes some some factories were struggling to find workers at a time when the unemployment rate is at a fifty year low the rebound however was narrow only eight of eighteen industries reported growth led by furniture companies and the outbreak of a new virus in China threatens the supply chains that manufacturers rely on a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday I'm in the choir president trump is delivering his third state of the union address pride is restored and for all of.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"The dating app tinder over how they process use the data island state protection commission said it decided to look into how Google handles location data after a number of consumer groups across the European Union filed complaints Google said in a statement that it will cooperate fully with the inquiry and continue to work closely with regulators and consumer associations across Europe the regulator is also investigating Tenda off the concerns have been raised about the ongoing processing of uses personal data on non stop train from Amsterdam to London we'll begin service is at the end of April the president director of the DOT trail company an S. said the new service will improve transport ties between the Netherlands and Britain despite the U. K.'s departure from the European Union last week passengers can already travel non stop from London to Amsterdam but people going in the other direction have to change trains and go threw possible formalities in Brussels a new agreement between the Netherlands Belgium France and the U. K. means that passengers will now go through passport checks in Amsterdam before boarding the train the Dutch government says it will cut travel times by about an hour making the train a viable alternative to the airplane Super Bowl bats led to brisk business around the country at sports books on Sunday this year's Superbowl was forecast to be among the most heavily wagered on championship games ever people but on everything from the coin toss at the start of the game to the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach Kansas city's and residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees vote it on the plan Friday state of the union I'm to me why with an A. P. news minute in the house president.

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"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network a definitely to the corona virus has been reported in Hong Kong A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the news comes as hospital workers there continue to strike home call hospitals have caught services as medical workers strike for a second day to the mall on the border with mainland China be shocked completely to hold off a virus the schools is first death in the semi autonomous territory the patient who died was a man who had traveled to to hand the mainland city at the center of the outbreak before being hospitalized in Hong Kong well the two of Hong Kong's land and sea crossings with the mainland will close at midnight of the more than two thousand hospital workers went on strike on Monday I'm Charles de Ledesma Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before prince died in twenty sixteen the Minnesota board of medical practice order doctor Michael Schulenburg to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars last month the board didn't name prince but the Star Tribune says the board identified him as patient number one and his body guard Kirk Johnson was identified as patient number two Schulenburg attorney any Connors declined comment a one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday state of the union I'm Tim acquire than AP news minute in the house president.

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"carol moore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're listening to a real con engine idea and Stephen Davis from Philadelphia will also be there tonight as a fourth grade student from Philly Arden math too long she was assigned the low performing school for mom Stephanie hard working single mothers hoping for the expansion of school choice to be able to send Jen I it to a school that best serves her needs she'll be there in the box in other words this is the fourth grade girl who would love to go to a better performing school but because Democrats want Jen I had to be stuck on the public school plantation she isn't able to have that choice and Republicans are there to help tonight that's a great great choice for a gas for the president in the box who would you like to see their in the box triple eight six thirty to be a male how about Kevin in fair lakes Kevin who would you like to see in the box I think it would be quite humorous to see Eric Karabell in the box so maybe he could get some first hand knowledge this time and president trump could actually need his accuser allegedly alleged accuser yes I'm sorry I'm late you're going going accuser and now you know it he could tie in the whole impeachment thing without even really saying anything your favorite is the monarch here's one of our hard working staff members for the ad at sea Eric Karabell and that's they say it takes about blood here Eric that cut to Adam Schiff looking with his big beady eyes look at back and for our own without it thank you got it that's a great idea I'm sure the shock factor would be guess all all right how about already Yano Ariano on sixty six is next up you're on to be a male Hey Larry love your show love your station thank you Sir me to who should be that would definitely I would definitely go for many Mike Bloomberg sitting on a big box you think you should invite Bloomberg what why just as just a you know say that your reach across the aisle and you love you you Love Democrats as well what yeah absolutely but really mainly to see him sitting on a box yeah I would be a great moment Arianna you're so right yeah can't you see the president doing that and here we I just want to get a one of the contenders for the Democrat nomination no we'll we'll here's Mike Bloomberg stand up Mike really stand out my Mike's well I'm so sorry this is saying he is standing up alright everybody else sit down so we can see him everyone else is thank you not a good idea all right how about Ben in Ashburn who would you like to see in the box next to malattia tonight band Hey Leri I've got three four and it's a three pronged attack on that the Democrats are twenty twenty all right what do you got your go with I'm not sure if I'm saying it right Nicole let's chef he is the the president of breeze molding we want we want to acknowledge the president of reason but we always like it when you have jobs programs for people who otherwise wouldn't be able to get employment like hundred by then you can start talking about education and the camera goes up and you see Carol Moore the former president of Burlington college talking about them all that science and math so and you see and the page founder of twenty three in may that you cut to Elizabeth Warren right great ideas all around Hey you know I don't know if everyone would pick up on it but I would all right how will come out Kim in Rockville Kim what would deceived like dizzy tonight in the state of the union oh my gosh this is so much fun and it's not who I want to see there but it's what I love to see our great president yes and that's to turn around to Nancy Pelosi and offer her that that she that she gave his arm you remember that yeah there was wonderful she perfected it I'll tell you what I would love to see him he's should do that that that rolling him with the ten yeah the seal clap with the straight elbows and I get up she he could say it's a I would like listen we disagree quite a bit but I would like to acknowledging congratulate the Democrats in the house of representatives for their one accomplishment turning into articles of impeachment that is actually now succeeded in giving me the highest approval rating I've ever had and then you can turn around and just give her that you got it bad little bro I would love it all right yeah we we will have some shade tonight I'm sure at the state of the union that might that might be a little more in your face and the president even willing to do at least in this setting he'll do it at the at the rallies but maybe not in that setting all right more from you in a moment state of the union tonight if you want to see up there as a team yeah the president cripple a six.

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"carol moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You start talking about facelifts on landmark buildings should I be worried so the verdict is still out on that okay where we talking about love so we're talking about the public areas some people refer to it as the public plaza or the public campus it's that area that includes the ice skating rink and all the little public corridors around at rock center yes yes and this plan took some preservationists by surprise as you said this is an iconic complex in New York City and when they heard that the owner Tishman Speyer was presenting a plan before the landmarks commission to tweak as they might say the outdoor plaza garnered a lot of interest so that's for what we know is that some people in the preservation community have kind of given that their blessing there something that they're not crazy about that all in all they said they see it as a sensible kind of facelift for this plaza but I spoke to one landscape architect whose quite an expert in this area and in rock center and he was quite upset to learn that they are going to be they have proposed ripping out six of the original water fountains I don't I'm I'm with him right so he he showed up at the hearing the word original is is a good word when you're talking about playing like rock center so luckily he showed up at the hearing and he made his case the landmarks commission took his recommendation into advisory and they have you know they have fast the owner Tishman Speyer if they would consider not doing that as part of their plan so this is a long process and it goes back and forth but if that's kind of why we're writing about it so it becomes part of this broader public debate that people can kind of weigh in on look good on you is there something in this proposed facelift that even preservationists would say that's a good idea not such a good idea is a good idea is a good idea I think it depends on who you ask I mean there are a lot of people were just purists and they like everything to remain exactly as it was into it here to the original design and then there are others who kind of one of the acknowledge things like you know there's certain things that you just have to do and have to do which is like make things ADA accessible so I think that's maybe something that you know all of the architects and preservation experts would agree on but it's about what do you what are you willing to sacrifice and what are you not alright so this sounds like it's easy to be continued story thanks Liz all right these are New York public library's top check out of all time Hey Joe why why we why a reader I'm glad to be knowing it I'm just not one know what I am doing this now this is the first time they've done this in this part of their celebration of turning a hundred twenty five this year so they kind of kicked things off with releasing this list that took them awhile to put together they had a team of experts looking through all this data to figure out what the top checkouts were and a lot of them are kids books are the snowy day was number one all all of them and then the cat in the hat was two and then three was nineteen eighty four cause like dystopian so weird like sweet all yeah okay so then gets our cadet things get faster than they get darker when you find out that good night moon is not on the list because a library and that was highly influential did not like that book so from nineteen forty seven until nineteen seventy two it just wasn't carried by the New York Public Library one of and data yeah so one cranky library librarian takes good night moon my gym though she was like in control of the entire sort of system what they were choosing to bring in during that period wow how do we know I need to know more about this yeah and Carol Moore and Carol Moore and do we know when Carol did not like I did not find that out just K. all right can I read the whole list sure the snowy day number one cat in the hat number two.

"carol moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all over the WNYC our colleagues at Gothamist capture the culture and stories of New York City here now to fill us in on proposed renovations to the iconic art deco buildings in mid town near public libraries top check outs of all time and the rock and roll hall of fame our our pals Jen cross and then yeah because Liz can welcome hello alright Liz the headline of the story is Rockefeller Center NYC's art deco jewel may get a facelift your worry me when you start talking about facelifts all landmark buildings should I be worried so the verdict is still out on that okay where we talking about love so we're talking about the public areas some people refer to it as the public plaza or the public campus it's that area that includes the ice skating rink and all the little public corridors around at rock center yes yes and this plan took some preservationists by surprise as you said this is an iconic complex in New York City and when they heard that the owner Tishman Speyer was presenting a plan before the landmarks commission to tweak as they might say the outdoor plaza garnered a lot of interest so that's far what we know is that some people in the preservation community have kind of given that their blessing there something that they're not crazy about but all in all they said they see it as a sensible kind of facelift for this plaza but I spoke to one landscape architect whose quite an expert in this area and in rock center and he was quite upset to learn that they are going to be they have proposed ripping out six of the original water fountains I don't I'm I'm with him right so he he showed up at the hearing the word original is is a good word when you're talking about play like rock center so luckily he showed up at the hearing and he made his case the landmarks commission took his recommendation into advisory and they have you know they have fast the owner Tishman Speyer if they would consider not doing that as part of their plan so this is a long process and it goes back and forth but if that's kind of why we're writing about it so it becomes part of this broader public debate that people can kind of weigh in on look good on you is there something in this proposed facelift that even preservationists would say that's a good idea not such a good idea is a good idea is a good idea I think it depends on who you ask I mean there are a lot of people were just purists and they like everything to remain exactly as it was into it here to the original design and then there are others who kind of one of the acknowledge things like you know there's certain things that you just have to do and have to do which is like make things ADA accessible so I think that's maybe something that you know all of the architects and preservation experts would agree on but it's about what do you what are you willing to sacrifice and what are you not alright so this sounds like it's easy to be continued story thanks Liz all right these are near public libraries top check out of all time Hey Jim white why read why a reason I'm glad to be knowing it I'm just not wonder why I'm doing this now this is the first time they've done this in as part of their celebration of turning a hundred twenty five this year so they kind of kicked things off with releasing this list that took them awhile to put together they had a team of experts looking through all this data to figure out what the top checkouts were and a lot of them are kids books are the snowy day was number one all all of them and then the cat in the hat was two and then three was nineteen eighty four cause like dystopian so weird like sweet all yeah okay so then gets our cadet things get faster than they get darker when you find out that good night moon is not on the list because a library and that was highly influential did not like that book so from nineteen forty seven until nineteen seventy two it just wasn't carried by the New York Public Library one of and data yeah so one cranky library librarian takes good night moon yeah Jim though she was like in control of the entire sort of system what they were choosing to bring in during that period wow how do we know I need to know more about this yeah and Carol Moore and Carol Moore and do we know when Carol did not like I did not find that out just curious are you can read the whole list sure the snowy day number one cat in the hat number two ninety four number three where the wild things are number four number yes five to kill a mockingbird number six Charlotte's web number seven Fahrenheit four fifty one number eight how to win friends and influence people this is such a New York last number nine Harry potter and the sorcerer's stone and number ten the very hungry caterpillar does anybody have a favorite on this list we thank you guys I like to go to nineteen eighty four really was a caterpillar that was been gone for the cat in the watery you read all right Ben I was I asked you if we could talk about that yeah yeah Hey bring on rock and roll hall of fame yeah inductees yeah yeah no hit me so there were six artists who were inducted this year the biggest ones we got Whitney Houston everybody loves Whitney Houston Nine Inch Nails good for them they're everywhere Trent Reznor does the sound track of every major project these days so busy the Tories B. I. G. the hallways become very rap friendly in recent years for a long time as a sort of a thing that they did not have a lot of artists from other genres outside rock and roll but they're starting to do better about that they're starting to let in more disco more this and that and then we have Depeche Mode the synth pop group the Doobie brothers I love the Doobie brothers I do tell Michael McDonald voters believe come on and then the last one is T. rex the great glam pop glam rock band I just I don't have a problem I like all of your call them this year you know it's usually when you're certainly man here why did they get it right over to someone else but I I'm I'm feeling this list I like this list to I think it's a pretty balanced you know sort of cross section of different artists but of course the the controversy this year is over the fan vote have you heard about this controversy was so Dave Matthews Band won the fan vote this year they they have over million fan votes but they did not make the cut that's because the fan vote only counts for a certain small percent of how the voting is done for this the other artists and people in the music industry make up a larger majority of it but this is the first year since the fan vote was put in that the fan vote winner did not make it into the hall of fame so the Dave Matthews Band fans are up in arms there's an article in C. N. N. today that was like they're going to boycott the rock and roll hall of fame to which I say will anybody notice wells Hackensack start flight in their hands with those sticks with it yeah that'll that'll fix flyin and before I let you go I this is the first time I've got to talk to you since the Oscar nominations came out and you have a really great piece I just want to give you a plug here joker production designer explains how New York City became Gotham City this is really cool yeah that's a long in depth article with production designer joker he has worked with everybody in the in the film industry berry Jenkins ang Lee Jim Jarmusch Wes Anderson there and are not ski so he has a lot of interesting things to say about how the process works in terms of turning the already existing structures into these imagined worlds and we said he with his name within say they probably help it's a mark Friedberg all right one give Mike Friedberg his credit team got ms Ben Jen and Liz thanks so much for coming on in thank you you.

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"carol moore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"carol moore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One and I didn't go for the clock management down the stretch the drops galore the old line getting pummeled and Seattle in a middle man type I see fit Seinfeld game a CS a quick spin across the the cash retek's like you guys are are some of the men and they will get to the sound and it will open up the phone to to a nice is a kindred poor can catch a pass you're not questioning Jim garage below ninety fives is Jimmy had no help born dropped balls in my Glenn she got abuse all my god seven six so I said I can't stand Pete heard chewing Carol Moore gum right nine one six I'm not ready to blame Shanahan for the bad offense of tackle playing the drop balls if they did their job we win that game foreign five Joe Staley got is behind handed to him last night seven a seven guys six drops six exclaim X. vote was seven I think it is so now I got yeah seven drops to own nine shades of patriots falcons Superbowl ending what if they were taking a second any others learn from your mistakes you can't leave time on their clock and allow your opponent to be you have to run it at least once Kyle like his receivers dropped the ball six five oh says she any has a little big game harms in him is teams don't seem ready to go when the lights are the brightest message over get P. kills a you'll be grad too if you want to add to the rivalries seven oh seven says no that's not it worthwhile is six six nine that's not friendly either how will his nine as receivers on our garbage specifically good winning pedis they are who we thought way are we le let them off the hook in here six five I know this is not a good take for the sports talk idiots but the night is lost the game at the line of scrimmage the old line could not run block or pass protect and that was a horrible spot in O. T. also ninety vises how can you complain about the rest when the gifted you calls all night early on the first corner as again some serious calls C. L. had a lot of flags on them in the first quarter they were keeping the Niners drives alive there's a defense of hold once they're gonna punch I think so they're right about that that's what they ought to go back to the more for about one of the attacks there because again like when I first sat down today you said like you know give me a take away give me the email like your main takeaway and I really can't because I don't have just one but one of the biggest for me was all the drops at the end you got to wonder how the complexion of that game changes if they choose your worst drop for you well I mean the boring one that turns into don't forget the one down here which sport to hit the one the one FOR interception than those one down inside the ten away one of the field and also I thought was kinda Goodwin set the tone for the drops early because good one had that ball when I'm granted it was slightly behind him but he can catch a ball hit some in the hands he's an NFL receiver you gotta come down with that ball yes when a lot of those drops Jimmy did not throw perfect balls like the born when he had to go high to get it he should cut it in the good one one was a little wobbly he still he should occur there was a lot of balls to the crop low through that did not one of being intercepted or caught all but they were tipped and they'd be in the air in in they'd mercifully volumes around about the KGB right dropped interception in overtime that would end of the game I mean a couple of he's a bigger Jimmy fan than me I'll love them I can give my kids Jersey it but he did not perform when she got a house on you can have seven drops and again like U. K. he could have made one or two plays a change the tire I'm not saying he's the number one reason why I'm saying he has to wear this want to learn from and get better for sure because each you can't just excuse away the drops and could you guys see to like early on and this is I mean you don't even you can be in the office and I've seen this but the push off the line and that the house stay only in the Glen she struggled in pass protection was really I mean it was evident right from the jump I was looking for friends go but even there and now let's see if they looked like they had played a long time the wrong game to right to drop back in here's another perspective six five oh it was an excellent game as a niner fan I waited a long time for a game like that I went to games at candlestick when Chris Winky played all god do I learn a lot from this loss that was one of the things in one of my more forgiving tweets as like you know what in the end it was a hell of a show between two fantastic right stay Holly Frazier and you lick your wounds you live to fight another day I have to yeah on it right now brother I'm always balled up of my waking hours while copes well for gonna start with post games on the start with the guy who probably feels the loss more than anybody that's rich Sherman sea change jerseys with Russell said after the game so rich Sherman's first take after the game aren't is a learned experience guys about yes yes when it will play better on both sides of all all three phase we have played better football on defense we are give ourselves a chance we got a weird little stops on also changes so at the end of days could learn a lesson for us guys better fit there's Tom Staggs guys may but then we may look on his face he was sure you definitely learn more from the losses in the winds I mean it's it's a cliche but it's true at Kyle Shanahan first take away some disappointed I think guys are exhausted right now I mean guys left a lot out there we got a lot of guys being dealt came out of the game in a lot of guys were I think harden throughout the game so I think the guys looked at all out there I know they're exhausted I know they're disappointed with the loss but on think they're excited to rest tomorrow get right back out to next week well you know what that tells me though I mean how fresh the gonna be for Sunday well not only that but it's a short week and they just played five quarters yeah his injury list DJ Jones Emmanuel Sanders western Richburg Jimmie ward as these all she here Matt breeders Solomon Thomas and K. one one by the way what happened and what was it you or do we have he returned to the game he did yeah he did return the game more sound from last night has Shanahan fourth and one year try chase McLaughlin out or do you go for it go for it now I honestly never entered my mind right there just you know yeah I think we're three for three at the time and those calls in a form now did enter my mind there forty seven seven yard it's a lot to ask you that kid any a no the considering he delivered three times I mean I guess that's the old the thought process a ticket Todd he's hit everything tonight there was no wind is very still in pretty warm down there so I mean the conditions were optimum so maybe Shannon and confident and let's get the let's give this kid a chance to win at the game right now and I and you know we look back on with hindsight about Shanahan on should have run the ball more with a minute fifteen yeah I want it yeah definitely I mean no the first down expecting it to completion I go to a ball second one we we got to be able to throw and catch on there between Dante and engine me and then you get stuck on third and ten like that well not sending any saying they should just say you still and talk about that yeah to run the ball and and by the way if you go back and look at that was not a good pass the Jimmy through to downtown second them got thrown catchy says well yeah he yeah it was it well it did go off tennis is hands was also not where he it was not an easy catch Jimmy did not throw good ball there and then finally just you got to hear from the guy because I he probably advances case for NFL MVP last now damning us we'll send you know start off was crazy camera been a part of I mean the item online I football game I felt like initially chairmanship game right there and you know I I think the great thing about this game for football team was just the resilience we've had it all year we've been I think the toughest team in terms of resilience all year in my opinion I think that's just how we stand courage how we stay focused I would just keep that having the faith and keep believing that grates gonna happen the defense played great throughout the night in a tough environment tough game is that that's just not true amazing moment while this game amazing and I've been a part of for sure and a big statement is entering his resume I mean you know the Superbowl I went back home and I watched like the final final minutes in an overtime because their reaction there Caroline Wilson react like it's a playoff women they are a Seattle yeah yeah I know I know yeah but now for the Seattle loses to Philly and Minnesota all of a sudden things change you were talking about him from B. B. laws on western.

Seattle Seinfeld forty seven seven yard five quarters one year