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"carol wilson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:47 min | 5 hrs ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"15 days later, you're free agent. On. There's a famous story about your meeting with Andy Reid, which I believe was that Ruth Chris Steakhouse and I was a steakhouse in the city. It was when it was down on broad street. Yeah, right, And he had just finished his first season here. He's rebuilding. The team is gonna bring any young quarterback and the story is and I've talked to John Chaney about it. And he says it's true. Is that is you're having dinner with Andy Reid, the famous Temple coach John Chaney is there and in the you get up to say hello or he gets up to say hello and he says to you don't come here and play for these fans. What did you think about that? No, I mean, here he was, Obviously I mean Coast change loves this city's beloved by many, but he was Being being real about. You know how tough it can be, too. No play for the fans in this city and I knew that coming in, so there wasn't anything shocking. It didn't didn't make me think twice about it, because really at the end of the day, so Although all the Philly fans want is you go out and give everything you got every day, and that's how I'm wired. So I knew I wasn't gonna have a problem with it. But it was. It was just one of those moments where No, I'm sure Coach Reid. You know, at the time Tom Modrak and or I know Joe Banner was around in the building also that they probably didn't appreciate those comments. The swell of that steak heart. It's not, you know, but there's another story. There's another story that's not told. I think it actually happened. The next day believer now so my wife actually turned around and went back home because we had You had two young kids at the time, and so she went back home. But you know, the the Eagles wouldn't let me leave until basically this ego are this deal with ink on I was sitting in countries office talking to him and Coach Fisher actually calls the Eagles facility and obviously at the time Carol Wilson was the head coach is executive system She had been forever. So she calls Carol On Carol calls, you know, buzzes in the culture and says officials on the phone wants to talk to him. And then he goes, all right, and so country gets up, walks out of the office and closed in on the way out. Here is Coach Fisher's on the phone for You Take care of that. And goes first was trying to talk me into coming back to Nashville because he knew what country was doing. There were no deal done before I left town. Sure why? You know I'm sorry, but he had the confidence to actually, you know, walk out of the room and closed the door and let me have that private conversation Coach Fisher that Z really good because it was risk on his part. One more question. I'll take a break. Um Eagles had two things to offer. They had salary cap money, which at the time not every team had and they had a young coach, which means that you had to buy into the system and he redid Had one year in the league. He was think five and 11 what made you decide to buy into that? I mean, obviously, I mean, you know, countries track record. I mean, it is a risk but cushions track record with the Packers and being around Mike Holmgren and and all that kind of stuff like You know, he knows how to win. You know on it takes some tough love sometimes, And you knew it was gonna be a bill a little bit Rocky, but he also knew No, I also kind of, you know, felt in if I could bring what I do kind of my style to this team and put my mark on it. Because when you when you look at, you know when you're investing that much energy and that much time into something You want to kind of You know, be one of the marquee people that actually influence that team in and in Tennessee. I was not that guy. I mean, you had guys there. No. Steve McNair, Eddie George. Bruce Matthews. You know Brad Hopkins. That's just on the offense of Frank Wiecek. Yeah, those guys on that side of the ball I was gonna be, you know, 10th 11th in line and That now when you come in is a free agent. Yeah, they expectations are set higher and I was willing to do that. But Everybody. You know, Nab was new there, you know, kind of in a rebuilding phase and to be able to be that you know that cornerstone as you said in the opening, and you know and being willing to take that on, but still do what you do. That that to me was an opportunity that was well worth it. Well, and it proved to be well worth it. We're going to take a quick break when we come back. We're gonna talk about all of those great years with the Eagles and beyond. John Running is our guest Saturdays with Glenn and Ray on 94 W ipe..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on WTVN

"The best Buckeye coverage postgame show. The closing moments of Ohio State's about to go to three. Interesting because it is a win. It is a convincing win. But it has been the least impressive, Uh, blowout win for Ohio State that I've seen in a while. They was 35 to 3 at the half and even in the first half won Ohio State at the 35 3 lead. There's a few things that I was like, Yeah, you know, they're winning and they're blowing out Rutgers, but, Ah, you know, I don't know how great their playing. I mean, there were a lot of negative plays on offense. There were a lot of plays that were made by Justin Fields because Justin Fields is great where you know there was penetration and he was able to avoid sacks and then make plays downfield. I don't know. Again. Ohio State's gonna win. It's 49 a 27 and there's on ly a minute to go, but in the second half they've been outplayed on DH. I don't know. It's just a weird feeling. Now, I will say this part of I think what's happening on the defense of side of the football is seeing a lot of new numbers out there in the second half. And even though you know Rutgers, this kind of cut into this lead, they have played a lot of guys on defense. Having said that, I don't know that it's ah, particularly wonderful performance for Ohio State's Ah, defensively in this game, Rutgers has gone up and down the field. Throughout the course of the second half. They've pulled out every stop. You can imagine. I get that, but Ah, I don't know It's kind of one of those games. That's kind of leaving you with a little bit of a flat feeling, even though Ohio State is going to win, And as I said, they're winning convincingly and again, it was 35 to 3 of the half. So it's not like that. Game was ever in doubt. But I've seen better performances from Ohio State. It's not. It's the kind of game I think the coaches are gonna have, Ah, lot of time and a lot of things that they can knit pick on on some of it's not even knit. Picking. I mean, again, the penalties. Ah lot of holding penalties on the offensive line. They struggled a times. Keeping Rutgers out of the backfield. Justin Fields was great, though. 24 4 28 314 yards. Carol Wilson was great six catches for 104 yards. Krystle lobby was great five catches from 64 yards, a couple of touchdown, so a lot of good, but it's all the good that we already knew that Ohio State had the defense, which has been a question mark continues to be a question mark. And I guess that is something going forward even next week. You know, when you look at to Maryland and what Maryland did today to Penn State and the passing game that they have with Talia Tuggle, Viola at quarterback, it just makes you wonder, you know, is Ohio State. In for some really crazy looking big 12 type of games. Ah, head where they just have to outscore another team. I don't know, but it's under a minute left and Ohio State is leading 49 to 27. So it is going to be a win, for sure for the Buckeyes, But there certainly is a lot of things to work on. And there's another fourth down conversion by Rutgers who may indeed, score yet again. I mean, they're driving right now of Dr that started inside their own 10. Yard line after a fumble when alive state looked like they were going to go in for another score, and they had a fumble and turned the ball over and Rutgers is going down the field right now trying to score and cut into that lead, even more so a lot that we're going to get to. We're gonna hear from Ryan Day in the post game press conference. I imagine we're going to hear from Justin Fields again after yet another great performance will be interesting to hear what Ah Coach day has to say about this game because it's not all been great. You know, one of the issues defense of Lee has been tapped. Colling. Even in the first half. With the starters in there, they defensively have had a lot of miss tackles. I mean, a lot of miss tackles in this game, and quite honestly in the second half of Rutgers has looked like the I don't know Maur inspired team than Ohio State so Again. I hate to knit pack and pick a win. When Ohio State is on its way to a victory 49 to 27 54 seconds left. Rutgers is going to try to cut into that lead a little bit more. But The facts are facts. The Ohio State I don't think has played a great football game. Did they need to to win this game? Obviously not because there wouldn't get comfortably. But and I'll say this, too, to give Rutgers credit on Greg she ano credit man. They did not give up 35 to 3 at the half. You could easily in Ohio State had the ball to start the second half and look like they're gonna drive down for a score, but again. Those penalties I mentioned I had a couple holes. They ended up having a pawn on DH. Rutgers defensively, did a nice job on Ohio State. They Ah, I thought in the second half did much better than they did in the first half defensively, so Look again. I feel funny talking and I say this every week when Ohio State wins and wins big. It's going to be another double digit win for Ohio State. That's gonna be 13 in a row where they're clearly miles ahead of the big 10. But this one just doesn't feel great. It just does not feel like the kind of Ohio state performance that you expect to see. And I've wanted to see And certainly under Ryan Day that we mostly have seen and there's another missed tackle again for Ohio State's that leads to a Rutgers first down, they're gonna have it first and goal here with inside of a minute left. I've been battling here for a minute. 16 w, TV and football analyst Jeff Logan joining me as well, Jeff, I'm you know they're winning, and they're going to win sizably whether Rutger scores here or not, I don't know, but it doesn't feel like one of those performances that everybody's going to feel great about. What Matic. I guess if you wantto look at it this way, I think I have state has plenty to work on in the future. But they were in total control this football game from the very beginning, and I I think I think it 35 to 3. I gotta be honest with you. I think our kids got bored with the game and I think the coach is communicated to the first team that at 35 to 3, you got one. Siri's put at the end zone will sit you down and we'll get some other kids in the game. And then the thing started get away from a little bit and You know, we saw every mixed bag of trick plays that you could possibly come up with in that game, and it just got to the point that it was. It was The game had an odor to it in the second half. I don't know a better way to put it because I just think I think our kids got disinterested for some reason, and they've got a state better focused. Yeah, I would agree. And, you know, you look defensively. What has happened in the second half, and I mentioned this at the start. Jeff, I've seen a lot of new numbers in there, so ah, lot of this has happened..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Holman is was tonight on Ground zero. And we also have Carol Wilson with us tonight. Way have one question from the phones before we contact the skull tonight that this comes from Chris in New Hampshire. Chris, You have a question for Carol. Go ahead. Yes, I do. It's a two part question. Grateful. The first part of it is that clarification on whether or not the skull finds the Chandler, the Chandler and the handler. Or is it the other way around? And the second part of the question is Who do you predict? Will be the next handler the next Chandler Anyone want Teo Carol first Did the skull. Find me? I would think so, Yes. Although it's been through many, many hands, and will it also find the next one? I'm sure I mean, if you think of this being a very old at effect, it has been through many hands and been used in many different ways. And till its reach Tess. Speaking for myself, it was a very mysterious way that it came about and I think it will be Probably a very mysterious way. The next person that It communicates. Bill, are you? Are you training anybody? If anyone if you know to be the next one in line for you that's gonna handle the skull. But it all comes naturally and have to go with the flow. So at this point, I'm not training anyone who I am. You know, there's ones around that are picking up things, but not Given them the full training. Okay, so Yeah, I'm not yet. It's okay. So ah, ee. I guess Chris stance to question Yes. The scull finds the channeler and ah This bill is not training anybody the moment it's just a natural little ones in his family that he might be training. Yeah, maybe someone in your family, perhaps family heirloom. Well, you know it. It does. It does the picking, not me, so it would make the right first become available at the right time. Right? So it's not something I have to push. I just let it happen. If you do that with the skull, it makes things very interesting because it takes you on these very interesting trip, so sure I allow it. It does it, So yeah. So the first question we had from someone who sent a message to us by the Internet, asking a question of the skull And I think that maybe this is an appropriate question. Especially when you know we're looking out of the moon. Tonight. We're looking up into the stars. And somebody had asked the question Carol tonight and we do have the White Circle technology available, so maybe we'll use that in asking, Let's ask the skull the question, and that is Are there beings humans? On other planets right now, are they living out in space? You asked me. Oops, It's yes. Speak again to us. Tell us if there are beings on other planets. Yes, yes. I heard I heard. Yes, there are Yeah, I did, too. Okay? As they're here as yes. Are there here? That O r. Some of them Here are those who live on the other planets here. Yes. Getting cross feed. Is there a reason why we're going cross fade on there? It's part of the device. It's simple sound sample sound from the room well, then put on another phase then, but on the other one on the top one Then we don't have a face from the other room because that's something that I didn't know it was going on with the phaser. Because it is it's listening to us than repeating it. It'll still confuse people. We should change it to the top one. Okay, I'll see if the top works better. All right, let's ask again. Is there? Is there life on other planets?.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

"Army recruiters typically look for future soldiers at high schools and career fairs. But Cove in 19 has forced the service to scale back face to face interactions, and the pandemic has revealed gaps in the army's digital outreach strategy. Carson frame reports for the American Home Front project. As the Corona virus pandemic bloomed. This spring, the Army reduced staff at many brick and mortar recruiting stations across the country. Recruiters took their work remote but lost out on some of the major recruitment opportunities that normally boost their numbers that last moment before a senior leaves their high school. Typically where there were helping them support finding them different avenues. However, we didn't have that moment this year, Staff Sergeant Carol Wilson recruits from a 26 100 square mile patch of West Texas with its hub in El Paso. She and her team have had to build an online recruiting environment to reach those same young people act like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat have proven the most effective and Wilson's designed new campaigns for each, but she's had help. I have teenagers at home, so they have kind of schooled me on many of these new twist of platforms. Which allows me to get after the generations ease, Wilson says. One of her best attempts was a 45 minute Instagram live Q and a about what it's like to be an Army soldier. She promoted it for weeks and posted a countdown to her feet. More than 300 people tuned in. The idea was her 14 year old daughters. She said. You know, Mom, I'm your kid. She was raised in the army. But she said other people just see you is like a soldier. So what if you did? Meeting with somebody else. Maybe a friend of yours in the army and you guys did like a question answer thing, And I thought, Wow, that's awesome Online fitness challenges esports tournaments and video testimonials or other ways Army recruiters have tried to grab the attention of young people online. Even before the pandemic hit, the Army was working to incorporate more digital outreach into its marketing. But it wasn't doing it especially well, according to Emma more a researcher with the military Veterans and Society program at the Center for New American Security, the digital engagement was showing gains. But I would say from probably most other company and marketing measures, it's been ad hoc. The army is not set up to be incredibly flexible and responsive to changing their narrative or their marketing campaign. That's a disadvantage in the digital space where APS and communication platforms quickly evolved. The Army has backed off its top down approach to recruiting and has given local recruiters more authority to design their own social media campaigns, like the Instagram event that Wilson held General Frank Move head's army recruiting, especially with technology. There's innovations happening every day, and we've got to be able to not be so much Ah hierarchal organization that just validates the systems you put in their place, but be a network. Things are starting to look up numbers wise for Army recruiting since the pandemic began. Booth says there was an initial dip following the issuance of stay at home orders, but that interest from young people is slowly taking back up. He adds that virtual outreach is here to stay and that about 90% of the recruiting process can be done online. And I think at the end of the day what we'll find is that we may be able to reduce some of our recruiting force and reduce some of their brick and mortar. Maybe not, you know. Not use the brick and mortar anymore because it still has a place but maybe it doesn't need to be is big. Muth says. The pandemics full impact on recruitment is unclear, but he guesses that if unemployment hasn't gone down by fall, the army will see a bump and people wanting to join. I'm Carson frame in San Antonio Still to come. A college professor looks at what distance learning is meant for students. So far, that story is next on the best of our.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

"Army recruiters typically look for future soldiers at high schools and career fairs. But Cove in 19 has forced the service to scale back face to face interactions, and the pandemic has revealed gaps in the army's digital outreach strategy. Carson frame reports for the American Home Front project as the Corona virus pandemic bloomed this spring. The army reduced staff at many brick and mortar recruiting stations across the country. Recruiters took their work remote but lost out on some of the major recruitment opportunities that normally boost their numbers that last moment before a senior leaves their high school Typically where there were helping them support finding them different avenues. However, we didn't have that moment this year, Staff Sergeant Carol Wilson recruits from a 26 100 square mile patch of West Texas with its hub in El Paso. She and her team have had to build an online recruiting environment to reach those same young people. Saps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat have proven the most effective and Wilson's designed new campaigns for each, but she's had help. I have teenagers at home, so they have kind of schooled me on many of these new twist of platforms, which allows me to get after the generations ease, Wilson says. One of her best attempts was a 45 minute Instagram live Q and a about what it's like to be an Army soldier. She promoted it for weeks and posted a countdown to her feet. More than 300 people tune in. The idea was her 14 year old daughters. She said. You know, Mom, I'm your kid. She was raised in the army. But she said other people just see you is like a soldier. So what if you did? Meeting with somebody else. Maybe a friend of yours in the army and you guys did like a question answer thing, And I thought, Wow, that's awesome Online fitness challenges esports tournaments and video testimonials or other ways Army recruiters have tried to grab the attention of young people online. Even before the pandemic hit, the Army was working to incorporate more digital outreach into its marketing. But it wasn't doing it especially well, according to Emma more a researcher with the military Veterans and Society program at the Center for New American Security, the digital engagement was showing gains. But I would say from probably most other company and marketing measures, it's been ad hoc. The army is not set up to be incredibly flexible and responsive to changing their narrative or their marketing campaign. That's a disadvantage in the digital space where APS and communication platforms quickly evolved. The Army has backed off its top down approach to recruiting and has given local recruiters more authority to design their own social media campaigns, like the Instagram event that Wilson held General Frank Move head's army recruiting, especially with technology. There's innovations happening every day, and we've got to be able to not be so much Ah hierarchal organization that just validates the systems you put in their place, but be a network. Things are starting to look up numbers wise for Army recruiting since the pandemic began. Onthe says there was an initial dip following the issuance of stay at home orders, but that interest from young people is slowly taking back up. He adds that virtual outreach is here to stay and that about 90% of the recruiting process could be done online. And I think at the end of the day what we'll find is that we may be able to reduce some of our recruiting force and reduce some of their brick and mortar. Maybe not, you know. Not use the brick and mortar anymore because it still has a place but maybe it doesn't need to be is big. Muth says. The pandemics full impact on recruitment is unclear, but he guesses that if unemployment hasn't gone down by fall, the army will see a bump and people wanting to join. I'm Carson frame in.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on Z104

"Recruiters typically look for future soldiers at high schools and career fairs. But Cove in 19 has forced the service to scale back face to face interactions, and the pandemic has revealed gaps in the army's digital outreach strategy. Carson frame reports for the American Home Front project. As the Corona virus pandemic bloomed. This spring, the Army reduced staff at many brick and mortar recruiting stations across the country. Recruiters took their work remote but lost out on some of the major recruitment opportunities that normally boost their numbers that last moment before a senior leaves their high school. Typically where there were helping them support finding them different avenues. However, we didn't have that moment this year, Staff Sergeant Carol Wilson recruits from a 26 100 square mile patch of West Texas with its hub in El Paso. She and her team have had to build an online recruiting environment to reach those same young people. Saps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat have proven the most effective and Wilson's design new campaigns for each but she's had help. I have teenagers at home, so they have kind of schooled me on many of these new twist of platforms, which allows me to get after the generations ease, Wilson says. One of her best attempts was a 45 minute Instagram live Q and a about what it's like to be an Army soldier. She promoted it for weeks and posted a countdown to her feet. More than 300 people tune in. The idea was her 14 year old daughters. She said. You know, Mom, I'm your kid. She was raised in the army. But she said other people just see you is like a soldier. So what if you did? Meeting with somebody else. Maybe a friend of yours in the army and you guys did like a question answer thing, And I thought, Wow, that's awesome Online fitness challenges esports tournaments and video testimonials or other ways Army recruiters have tried to grab the attention of young people online. Even before the pandemic hit, the Army was working to incorporate more digital outreach into its marketing. But it wasn't doing it especially well, according to Emma more a researcher with the military Veterans and Society program at the Center for New American Security, the digital engagement was showing gains. But I would say from probably most other company and marketing measures, it's been ad hoc. The army is not set up to be incredibly flexible and responsive to changing their narrative or their marketing campaign. That's a disadvantage in the digital space where APS and communication platforms quickly evolved. The Army has backed off its top down approach to recruiting and has given local recruiters more authority to design their own social media campaigns, like the Instagram event that Wilson held General Frank Move head's army recruiting, especially with technology. There's innovations happening every day, and we've got to be able to not be so much Ah hierarchal organization that just validates the systems you put in their place, but be a network. Things are starting to look up numbers wise for Army recruiting since the pandemic began. Booth says there was an initial dip following the issuance of stay at home orders, but that interest from young people is slowly taking back up. He adds that virtual outreach is here to stay and that about 90% of the recruiting process can be done online. And I think at the end of the day what we'll find is that we may be able to reduce some of our recruiting force and reduce some of their brick and mortar. Maybe not, you know. Not use the brick and mortar anymore because it still has a place but maybe it doesn't need to be is big. Muth says. The pandemics full impact on recruitment is unclear, but he guesses that if unemployment hasn't gone down by fall, the army will see a bump and people wanting to join. I'm Carson frame in San Antonio Still to come. A college professor looks at what distance learning is meant for students. So far, that story is next on the best of our knowledge..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You get all that time? Yeah. This sounds like the stuff you listen. Do not me, but I want it. Not true. That is now. The only way Okay. Okay. Echo. Earlier, however, you now counsel that guy's been on Oprah Sunday breakfast thing on, therefore what he is the best selling off their mindfulness and being present. Well, now he's got some competition. Chef boy, Ar Dee. He's not president. Alright. That's right now. The the reason, though the reason we're taking any time off, because a way is that this guy Michael Jarvis is this high performance psychologist that Pete Carroll brought on for the CIA for a decade. They've been working on this stuff, and that's the stuff. That he claims makes us as a team the Seahawks or make the players better performers of all this focus stuff, so you might say I kind of was also general. It does hopefully general to me, but if you can get the players to buy in on it, Larry Stone has an article about this and he talks about Yeah, they're really pushing the loving, compassionate Empathy is a way to go about life. But, he says, But we're doing that to kick ass. That's that. Pete Carroll's as we can apply this to maybe one of the most violent, you know, games around, even though it comes to replace of empathy and compassion. No, he's not. He's not smug empathy and compassion is focusing your mind. We trained three things in our life. Okay. Our mind our body and our craft. In our culture, we obsessively focused on the body. We spend the majority of our time training our craft primarily through investing in technical skills at work, but also via interests and hobbies. Imagine what the quality of 30 more seconds yesterday No, I'm good. Okay, Jacob. I'm sorry. I know you want a vote. Go on a boat over there. No. Okay. Okay. Okay. But John, I would like to wrap up this second. I don't think we need any more quote started. Well, what? What he does is right now the most successful athlete in the history of team sports. I think one could argue. Isn't that Michael Jordan and he's you know, he's back in the news because that a big 10 part of Syria's on ESPN. And Jason Carroll talk about how they have the opposite approach of Michael Jordan, which is always dangerous. Michael Jordan fueled his entire career on animosity. He saw the his opponent as the enemy. He saw the whole world is, you know coming down against him, and he had a fight back into that fighting spirit that he that brought him to the top and what a lot of people say after watching all 10 episodes Of the Siri's is wow, that cost him a lot. And he says yes, Leadership is painful. He doesn't have many friends because he was so well. These guys were saying week also want to be winners like Michael Jordan, but we think we can do it the other way around. Go from that. You know that empathy bit and what he talks about. The empathy comes in, like, you know, we had a great collection of characters when we were the best. I mean, Marshawn Lynch. There's nobody on Lynch, and they had to allow him to flourish as Marshawn Lynch in a team concept that's really tricky sending with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Michael Bennett all these guys. If you give them the creativity to be themselves, then they can work together to create a better goal. That's the upside down version of Michael Jordan. If only we had a CZ money championships. Well, that's Michael Jordan to lead is to alienate And also we have got to be respected. Would you rather be respected or love or loved or feared of within the system that Pete Carroll develops? You can't take it player then American in this sports on this stuff, you can think a player and fit him into systems that he just doesn't fit in. So you take somebody like Tom Brady. And you put him in there in the Great Patriot system, and he fits perfectly now. Will Cam Newton fit perfectly within that system? Lot of people don't think you will, because you might not be the same type of player that works the way the coach wants himto work. You wouldn't take a player liken Marshawn Lynch is he was in Buffalo didn't do well there and you move them into a system where you just let him be himself in either fails or succeeds, marvellously and and you end up with it's a system where you give people with Chips on their shoulders. You continue to get those chips red hot. Put it right on the shoulder of the player and you put him out there and let him do the job He's going to do so. Go hawks. Does he still say Go hawks at the end of his interviews? I don't think he does. Yeah, OK. No, not not Carol Wilson Wilson. Yeah, Yeah. Most recently. The gun couple there. No, Nas. This's a mark McCloskey. He is a ambulance chaser. There in ST Louis, Hey, was on NBC, five of his disappearance. Everybody's seen it Now you're sitting down for dinner. We've heard all the stuff going on. And then when the mob started to move up, King We got parallel with the King's highway important place. Somebody forced the gate and I stood up and announced. This is private property. Go back. I can't remember. In detail anymore. I went inside. I got a rifle on DH when they because as soon as I said, this is private property, both words enraged crowd. Horror. Absolute horror came through without smash down coming right out of my house. I stood out there. The only thing we said this is private property. Go back. Private property. Leave now. Were threatened with our lives. The House party burned down my office buildings being burned down. Even our dog's life thing. It was it was about a badger can get Hey, was out there if I were him, and I wouldn't for the gun. I change my shirt. I wouldn't come out with an air hockey and a pink shirt on a pair of white linen pleated pants. I'd feel like honey, have you seen like that in the black shirt? I got the black lives matter Shirt going to get that on. So I think that either of them were wearing shoes, both him and his wife. Well, that's part of it. He's waiting that revolver around like Bette Davis in a cigarette holder. That's why they have been nominated as the Karen and Ken of that summer. Okay, That's somebody writes for the Washington Post. It doesn't know what it Karen Ken is the's No. I think it's exactly right, John. Here's Here's why. I think they were entitled people that were overreacting..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yeah. This sounds like the stuff you listen. Do not me, but I want it I want it is not true. It isthe knows the all the way. Okay. Okay. Echo. Earlier, however, you now counsel That guy's been on Oprah Sunday Breakfast thing on ruling, Therefore what he is the best selling author when mindfulness and being present. So now he's got some competition. Chef Boy Ar Dee. He's not president. Alright. That's right now. The the reason, though the reason we're taking any time off, because a way is that this guy Michael Jervis is this high performance psychologist that pet Pete Carroll brought on for the CIA. It's like for a decade. They've been working on this stuff, and that's the stuff. That he claims makes us as a team the Seahawks or make the players better performers of all this focus stuff. So if you might like, kind of is also so, general, it does hopefully general to me, But if you can get the players to buy in on it, Larry Stone has an article about this and he talks about. Yeah, they're really pushing. The loving, compassionate empathy is the way to go about life. But, he says, but we're doing that to kick ass. That's that. Pete Carroll's as we can apply this to maybe one of the most violent, you know, games around, even though it comes to replace of empathy and compassion. No, he's not. He's not smug empathy and compassion is focusing your mind. We trained three things in our life. Okay, our mind our body and our craft In our culture. We obsessively focused on the body. We spend the majority of our time training our craft primarily through investing in technical skills at work, but also via interests and hobbies. Imagine what the quality of 30 more seconds yesterday No, I'm good. Okay, Jacob. I'm sorry. I know you want to vote. You wanna vote over there? No. Okay. Okay. Okay. But John, I would like to wrap up this second. I don't think we need any more quote started. Well, what? What he does is right now the most successful athlete in the history of team sports. I think one could argue. Isn't that Michael Jordan and he's you know, he's back in the news because that a big 10 part of Syria's on ESPN. And Jason Carroll talk about how they have the opposite approach of Michael Jordan, which is always dangerous. Michael Jordan fueled his entire career on animosity. He saw the his opponent as the enemy. He saw the whole world is, you know coming down against him, and he had a fight back. It's that fighting spirit that he that brought him to the top and what a lot of people say after watching all 10 episodes Of the Siri's is wow, that cost him a lot. And he says yes, Leadership is painful. He doesn't have many friends because he was so well. These guys were saying week also want to be winners like Michael Jordan, but we think we can do it the other way around. Go from that. You know that empathy bit and what he talks about. The empathy comes in, like, you know, we had a great collection of characters when we were the best. I mean, Marshawn winch. There's nobody on that much on Lynch, and they had to allow him to flourish as Marshawn Lynch in a team concept that's really tricky sending with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Michael Bennett all these guys. If you give them the creativity to be themselves, then they can work together to create a better goal. That's the upside down version of Michael Jordan. If only we had a CZ many championships well, that's Michael Jordan to lead is to alienate And also we have got to be respected. Would you rather be respected or love or loved or feared of within the system that Pete Carroll develops? You can't take it player then American in this sports on this stuff, you can think a player and fit him into systems that he just doesn't fit in. So you take somebody like Tom Brady. And you put him in there in the Great Patriot system, and he fits perfectly now. Will Cam Newton fit perfectly within that system? Lot of people don't think you will, because you might not be the same type of player that works the way the coach wants himto work. You wouldn't take a player liken Marshawn Lynch is he was in Buffalo didn't do well there and you move him into a system where you just let him be himself. Let it end either fails or succeeds, marvellously and and you end up with it's a system where you give people with Chips on their shoulders. You continue to get those chips red hot. Put it right on the shoulder of the player and you put him out there and let him do the job he's going to do so. Go, hawk. So often Does he still say Go hawks at the end of his interviews? I don't think he does. Yeah, OK. No, not not Carol Wilson Wilson. Yeah, Yeah. Most recently heard the gun couple. They're known as this is a Mark McCloskey. He is a A ambulance chaser. There in ST Louis, Hey, was on NBC five with his disappearance. Everybody's seen it Now you're sitting down for dinner. We've heard all the stuff going on. And then when the mob started to move up kings, but it got parallel with the King's highway important place. Somebody forced the gate and I stood up and announced. This is private property. Go back. I can't remember in detail anymore. I went inside. I got a rifle. And when they because as soon as I said, this is private property. Those words enraged Crowd horror report came through without smash down gate Coming right out of my house. I stood out there. The only thing we spend this is private property. Go back, private property. Leave them. We're ready with our lives with a House party burned down my office buildings being burned down. Even our dog's life being from it was it was about as bad as it can get. He was out there if I were him, and I went in for the gun, I changed my shirt. I wouldn't come out with an air pocket in a pink shirt on a pair of white linen pleated pants. I'd feel like honey, have you seen like that your black shirt I got the black lives matter shirt going to get that on or something that either of them were wearing shoes. Both him and his wife. Well, that's part of it. They were duck. She's waiting that revolve around like Bette Davis in a cigarette holder. That's why they If the nominee is the Karen and Ken about this summer, Okay, That's somebody writes for the Washington Post. It doesn't know what it Karen Ken is the's No. I think it's exactly right, John. Here's Here's why. I think they were entitled people that were overreacting..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:36 min | 6 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"B. and then in the NFC eagles you got once in Peterson giants I can't wait to see what judge judges were as it was just such a higher that surprised a lot of people Daniel Jones what he does in your number two after showing some good signs in your one the wait Haskins it seems like they just had him for for it for this year I don't know why it's you know I I don't think he's got a fair shake yep but I don't think he's in a long term plans of the Redskins even the draft in the top fifteen pick a year ago Ron Rivera is a well respected coach in this league but let's be real the most intriguing quarterback head coach two of this year in the NFC east it's Mike McCarthy and that Prescott because they actually get paid and he's gonna get a lucrative extension Mike McCarthy has won a Super Bowl can they get the job done this year and when the NFC east and the north yeah look at this Stafford and Patricia I like Stafford Patricia I have zero confidence and Nagy is it going to be false or is it gonna be Trubisky I look at that and I think it's going to be Trubisky come week one and then I and then I do eventually believe their time it's going to be false Kirk cousins and Mike Zimmer you know what you got there it's still the outlook for an hour Rogers because remember what they did they moved up from thirty to twenty six to get Jordan love and now it's going to be Rogers I think still think it's going to be playing well but can that relationship be okay with full full R. and R. Rogers and then the NFC south drew Brees and Sean Payton not much intrigue their falcons Matt Ryan and Dan Quinn can they get that team back in the right direction if there is I like Matt rule I teddy Bridgewater I don't think he's a long term answer there but I think lost like I think a play okay in Carolina the most intriguing is Bruce Arians and and Tom Brady you know they're gonna beat that that that potential that is there and then the NFC west Gough and this one's tough do you do you better what's the most intriguing I have my answer what's the most intriguing QB head coach relationship in the NFC west entering this season to me it's not the one that I think is maybe the most intriguing one in the entire league and that's Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray to me yeah because you look at that division Carol Wilson you know what to expect Shanahan and Jimmy J. they just got to a super ball can Jimmy G. after getting to the Super Bowl in his first year can he find a way to rectify getting the ball back to down the line of scrimmage really sort of ran the football anyway and that overthrow of Emmanuel Sanders so like there's intrigue W. spec and still be a damn good team the rams of the cardinals though you know it's tough to not say Mari thank Kingsbury because of how fun that offense can be we Kingsbury with Mari with Larry fits a Christian Kirk and bringing in the Andre Hopkins but I just look at Ramstein I'm a little bit more I'm I'm more confident with the cardinals and slightly more like like I don't think significantly slightly more confident with the cardinals when I look at the rams though that was a team that was in the Superbowl two years ago why should they miss out on the postseason can the genius that they like to call on the boy wonder in Sean McVay with no more Wade Phillips there with the defense not as good of a spot as they were from a few years ago when they went to the super ball can make van Gough lead that team back to the playoffs not back to the Super Bowl but back to the playoffs just because of the history there that's why I'm a little bit I slightly more intrigued by the rams I love that team too and I love Gerry Goffin the defender obvious I think you know they have an amazing coach it's just so hard for this offense I don't know what it'll look like I'm intrigued but they are transitioning away from a run based currently system now to something completely different they went totally wide open spread let's throw it forty forty five even fifty times a game last year that clearly is not gonna work so I don't know what they're gonna be I'm excited to watch it but and I guess I don't know what the cardinals are gonna be either but we have a much better idea is going to be a fun wide open spread in year two that now has all its moment yeah and now it's the test is this gonna work in the NFL or not and that's why I'm so intrigued me Kyler Murray's a dark horse MVP candidate and it wouldn't surprise me if this team was six in ten so I don't know what exactly it's going to be but I know it's gonna be fun and it's going to be a referendum on the kind of mad in you know video game football that a lot of us have wanted to see like our entire lives yeah it can be fun and I'm not gonna lie to you deep and I'm very distracted right now have you heard my dog barking this entire now but now you can't hear that on the air thankfully not now okay my dog is in my kitchen I'm in my basement right now but the kitchen leads directly down into the basement that's where the door is that the dog is adjacent to the door and my dog who is sixteen years old tremendous dog named Brady after Tom Brady the dog has such a high pierced bark so through this entire segment I'm trying to speak at all I hear is the dog barking and you would thank the people upstairs would let the dog out but that has not been the case so throughout this entire I'm shocked that you can hear this see that's the problem with doing the show from home which I cannot wait until they let us get back into New York City and I get out of my my place are on the island I get back into the city and live in my own apartment and do the show from the studio you don't have to deal with all these these these distractions like I love seeing my dog every day but having to worry about the dog barking during the the course of the show it is so frustrating every night the dog barks but tonight the dog has been barking about eight or nine or ten times in this segment I'm surprised you didn't hear on there though Brady wants to shine look is as I said he's never been invited on the show the dog is barking you better bet your you know what that on the most intriguing option with Bruce Arians in the NFC south the the the house still smells very good right now you know why what's.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Or storms this afternoon highs around eighty five Ellen is most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up and as we said the vice president's plane has just touched down at at Dobbins air reserve base this will impact your Dr Alex Williams yeah they haven't started shutting down the interstate yet Sabrina but we do expect lane closures along I. seventy five southbound through Marietta and Cobb county is you make your way through northwest Atlanta that's also can impact to be five in north and west bound the inner and outer loop so we will keep you updated as soon as as roads get shut down right here on ninety five point five W. SPR so the vice president is in town today he is going to be attending a memorial service in Buckhead for Christian evangelist Ravi Zacharias then he meets with small business owners about the state of the economy during this corona virus pandemic the top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it no easing of the escalation of violence following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis protesters torched a police station overnight and police in riot gear move in to arrest a CNN reporter as he is broadcasting live this morning okay your role I am under S. A. B. C.'s Pierre Thomas in Minneapolis this morning with anger spiking in fire including erupting in Minneapolis the FBI and justice department are beginning a full scale investigation into the death of George fluid federal authorities making it clear they plan on interviewing scores of witnesses and looking for any additional video that may be helpful and here in Atlanta today at three o'clock this afternoon there's going to be a justice for us demonstration this after that situation there Minneapolis and the murder of a mod or pre Brunswick he was chased and shot down by two white men while jogging back in February today's March starting at centennial Olympic Park and then the group will make their way to the state capitol for a rally and then March back to centennial Olympic Park this afternoon many laid off Georgians are getting frustrated as they wait for unemployment benefits process of filing a claim to getting paid is taking much longer due to the backlog that you said about twenty one days were running about thirty thirty five days right now Georgia labor commissioner mark Butler tells W. S. B. you get paid about a week if your employer files the claim the process happens way faster he says his employees have gone for processing twenty thousand planes to close to two million we've been saying all sometimes stress for for awhile now and Butler says this is not going to end anytime soon bill can I actually go ninety five point five W. SPRZ WSP marketwatch joing the dal down a hundred and fourteen point to twenty five thousand two hundred eighty five nasdaq is up twenty six the S. and P. is down seven now live team coverage of traffic and weather let's go back to Alex Williams of the twenty four hour traffic center and once again vice president Mike pence has landed at Dobbins air reserve base in Cobb county so we expect seventy five southbound through Cobb in northwest Atlanta to get shut down any time now Scott will also affect I. twenty five northbound and westbound the inner and outer loops through Cobb in sandy springs it's also going to take the surface streets in the Beaver Spring connector in the Buckhead area will keep you updated as soon as those lanes get shut down also a traffic alert into cab county Rockbridge road between Spring Street and all good road it shut down due to a gas leak so try to avoid that area if possible this report brought to buy discover get your free credit score card with your fight go credit score even if you're not a customer learn more at discover dot com slash credit scorecard and limitations applied Alex Williams ninety five point five W. SP this is W. three B. Rogers Kirk knowledge shower thunderstorm possible right on into the early evening hours high around eighty five lows sixty two to sixty five right now and Intel we have cloudy skies seventy six degrees I'm Sabrina cube at ninety five point five W. SP Atlanta's news and talk Tel four seventy six degrees sources tell the mark here show that the vice president has landed and that Dobbins and to be making his way to bucket Alex Williams at the rate in the twenty four hour traffic center before we get to the news of the day let's have a little fun Longoria let's play a lineal match K. joining us live in studio from our beloved sister station ninety eight point five FM Atlanta's No the best of the eighties nineties and now now not today all you're getting there Carol Wilson from the tad injects morning show long time WSB in ploidy how are you I'm great but I'm no longer a Wilson I'm and that's it I got married in September.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:30 min | 6 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The ball the pass interception elongated thrown out orders data completed a three forty berbeda late penalty coming up to make the tackle the ball of the forty two yard line think about four yards on that play store I got to the right place the second down and six yards to go for going out wide to the left side Otis Taylor fairly tight on the right there's a quick call to verify at the forty eight the forty six yard line apple made by Bob Gator Kansas city now staying steady on the moon that's another first down for the team's first and then on the Green Bay forty six yard line when the US is now United sixteen out of twenty four regard start thirteen of nineteen I looked over the packet offense rolled up to the right side sight sound Baillargeon along the the staff on our battery as a game a couple of steps on him to get into the hands of the family back where they are just behind the line of scrimmage and the talking things over with the Green Bay Packers the penalty call apparently against the Kansas City Chiefs so let's see what the Green Bay wants the family on the down referee norm Schachter siting down to take a look at where the market is who's back five yards that puts a lot of the Kansas city forty nine yard line illegal procedure called against the Kansas City Chiefs puts the ball back on their own forty nine it's first down yet but first and then break that says come in now for the Kansas City Chiefs in their backfield and he is in the blank about position replacing lotus Taylor purpose out wide to the left blankets out wide to the right Dawson back to throw in a big bag of a thirty eight yard line by Willie Davis Davis damn there was no blitz on that time it was just a front for Russian and Willie Davis made it all the way all this put down at the thirty eight yard line a loss of eight yards on the play it's between the thirty eight and thirty nine and my daughter was doing a good job throwing the first part of this drive you had time to throw now he's not had time to well that's the sixth time green bay's front fours got the chiefs quarterback Otis Taylor's comeback and now at the point of activation second down in about twenty three twenty four yards to go for the Kansas City Chiefs Dawson rolling out to the right side send one down failed and her family moved right in front of all this data back and incomplete forward pass so that's going to make a third and about the only three twenty four yards to go all on their own thirty nine yard line Kansas city got possession of this football with a pass interception on their own ten and then really began to move zipping up failed but now I have run into the this defensive skills of the Green Bay Packers and the vibe is bogged down blocking about third down situations it doesn't really add one out there down just short of twenty five yards to accomplish he floats one over the yeah and it was knocked to the ground by a big number seventy eight the defensive end for the Green Bay Packers Bobby brown read stuff at the line of scrimmage not a bad ball aside so that runs the Kansas City Chiefs out of bounds and they will have to punt the ball to the Green Bay Packers Danny Anderson Willie what are deeper Green Bay tell us in going back and Mason for Kansas city or we'll soon once a month and they're they're gonna let it bounce advances down around the seven yard line into the end zone for the touch back that was a sixty two yard by Carol Wilson the average forty four and a half yard Brian is gotten off a seventy two yard kick the here he's got a great leg on what is going on the field of play with the score Green Bay twenty eight Kansas city tab right right you back you're.

"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Privately avoid trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam Glover thank you Sam now the NBC ten first alert forecast partly sunny and nice today with a high of seventy degrees and then tomorrow cloudy and rainy high again seventy it's fifty right now along port forty six in Winwood and at the acme in Clifton heights sponsored by me your favorite local supermarket we are heading up to a partly sunny seventy degrees today it's six fifty four rewind K. Y. W. by national appliance warehouse may twenty first nineteen fifty eight the release of a thriller touch of evil trying to tolerate Charlton Heston share twenty first nineteen sixty six Monday Monday by the Mamas and the Papas the chart for a third week in a row date in nineteen seventy one the place right here on earth the release of the third to planet of the apes movie but now the state from the planet of the apes have you a name zero zero one talk only when she led me may twenty first nineteen seventy seven you wonder at the top of the singles chart Sir do I stayed there for three weeks three one hundred binational appliance warehouse tax free shopping on new kitchen appliances national appliance warehouse dot com some of her money news on K. Y. W. A. Tom Busby from Bloomberg morning Tom Hey good morning Carol Wilson news in housing homes that are up for sale or staying on the market a lot longer these days because of coronavirus lockdowns lifted homes going on sold for more than two weeks longer than they were just a year ago according to realtor dot com which says this normally red hot month of may feels more like a November meantime with mortgage rates so low over half the home loans.

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Licorice: A Dark and Salty Stranger

Gastropod

03:29 min | 9 months ago

Licorice: A Dark and Salty Stranger

"YEP TURNS OUT. There is such a thing as liquorice plant. Somebody just came across it. I've got some liquorice plants. A local person and they they were left from original liquorice gas. Which is what you call a plant. Tina licorice is is called a goth. They had some left probably about eighty plants so so in their back garden they wanting to develop their back garden. Basically we pick them up at the end of the year. Just like the the routes it just looked like dried roots and bought them back and planted them here in. What was really quite close to the car park at that stage then. My brother-in-law managed to dig them up when he was excavating. The COP at somebody went too far. Fortunately the licorice survived no word. On the brother-in-law Heather moved it to a safer location. But the challenges were not over at the mishap. We had which were didn't have a clue about not documented anywhere. We've discovered ourselves. That rabbits love licorice roots so they would come in in the spring and they keep digging up and chewing the bottom of the licorice root. So that's a new one. We do have to electric fence. It keep the rabbits outsmart rabbits. The roots are what we particularly loved to. It usually takes about five years for those licorice roots to grow big enough for a first harvest so after five years heather decided to check it out and see how they're liquorice was doing so we dug a little trench and found a licorice root which is episode exciting. So I've never actually seen a proper licorice roots and we were able to each it initially from the field and it was quite translucent in color at that stage and when we actually eight it was always like a a very clear honey type saps it came out of it and it was super super sweet but really strong off the of more of an aniseed flavour than you would have with licorice also type sweets. Another is sweet. It's a different suites. Like honey sweet. As opposed to sugar sweet. This does not sound at all like the kind of licorice. I'm used to the squeegee. Black stuff you buy a pick a mix but the other thing. That sort of confusing is what is liquorice doing growing in Yorkshire. You Buy Licorice in England. I know that from when I was a kid but growing it there. It grows in hot countries at the present day. We get all licorice from Turkey. Iran Iraq it grows in Mediterranean countries. It grows in Italy India Syria China Southern Europe. Carol Wilson is a food writer. Who's written a lot of books including one called liquorice? A Cookbook and Yorkshire is not a whole country. I went to university there and I swear I didn't take off my jumper fit three years. You can keep your sweater on because we will be heading back to Yorkshire but Carroll says in the wild and hot countries licorice is a shrub that grows like a weed but today when it's cozy base at his Co. face mainly for its roots although all the parts of the plant can actually be eaten. You can eat shoots. You can use the leaves to make a tea but its roots the to the most most important par and those routes have been grown and harvested by humans. Going all the way back to ancient history. The earliest mention of licorice is on an Syrian clay tablet from the seventh century. B. C. E. Licorice is being used for thousands of years advocates. Main use was at the Medicine Carroll says it was thought to strengthen the immune system and it was used as a remedy for coughs and colts. Licorice is also mentioned in the oldest Chinese Book of

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"carol wilson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Or or wherever you listen to podcasts. List episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing those rare and thrilling. Winging instances where the victim horrid crime escaped the clutches of a sinister oppressor when faced with death. How do victims of serial killers colts colts or obsessed stalker break free? How did these dark experiences affect the psychology of the people who suffered through them when a person has taken captive either in a kidnapping or as a hostage only one thought interest their mind survival but what different tactics can be used to make it? Through grew to the other side. In some cases a person being held captive might be able to figuratively escape retreating into their mind imagining themselves in a different set of circumstances while this tragedy may help minimize trauma in the moment. Dr Tina Joe. Walsh of Hillside Hospital suggested that victims may face long term consequences from such tactics like depression. PTSD four dissociate disorder in other situations of captivity the victim may be able to physically escape from their aggressor but it can take years for the right opening to appear and sometimes by the time went arrives the victim commits to mentally defeated to recognize it or capitalize on the opportunity. Dr Wallich explained that Victims May develop learned helplessness. which is the feeling of being powerless in the face of continued attacks many times? This forced confinement has a psychological impact that follows the victim Long after their escape and it can manifest itself in many different ways according to Carol Wilson Director of The York Pecos in victim witness assistance program program. Some of these effects include numbness. Denial flashbacks trouble sleeping and self blame. Some victims even develop post traumatic stress. I disorder which the American Psychiatric Association characterizes as intrusive thoughts resistance to talking about the trauma and distressing dreams that last for at least a month following the traumatic experience in our clips. Today we'll discuss. The ways in which are victims heroically escaped as well as the psychological effects that followed them after their liberation. Our first clip is from podcast original female criminals covering the attempted murder of one of the most well known American artists of the twentieth century. Andy Warhol writer in Radical Feminist Valerie solanas befriended warhol in nineteen sixty seven through the New York Avant Garde art scene. He showed an interest in producing one of her plays titled Up Your Ass at invited her into his inner circle of artists and influencers influencers at the factory but in nineteen sixty eight. The pair had a falling out. Valerie became convinced that Warhol was trying to steal her ideas and pass them off as his own in paranoia fueled rage. She confronted Warhol in his studio armed with a thirty two caliber revolver it. She pulled out her gun aimed at Warhol's back while he was on the phone and fired before Anyone could stop her when the first shot went off no one in the studio realized what was happening. A Maya yeah thought sniper had fired through the window. He threw himself on the ground. Hughes on the other hand thought the sound was an explosion from the offices of the Communist leanest party located two floors above them. More Hall was the only one who realized what was happening. Though her first shot had missed missed him he turned the sound and when he saw Valerie was holding a smoking gun he yelled Valerie. Don't do it no no. Oh but his words couldn't deter her Valerie wasn't skilled marksmen. Her second shot also missed however over the third bullet struck Warhol in the abdomen hitting his left lung spleen stomach liver and Sopha guess before exiting his back. He collapsed to the ground. At which point Valerie turned to a Maya. He was the only bystander who hadn't taken cover making him a perfect target for Valerie. She fired twice more one shot hit but miraculously passed through Maya without damaging any organs Valerie then approached Hughes pointing the gun directly directly at him. He begged for his life but Valerie told him simply. I have to shoot you. She aimed the gun at his chest at such a close range. It was impossible for her to miss. But fate intervened the gun jammed and as has she tried to get it working again. The elevator doors opened Hughes realizing that Valerie was distracted and agitated told her to just take the elevator and leave. Valerie did exactly that Morrissey and Hughes immediately called nine nine one one. When the paramedics arrived and saw the blood they believed that Warhol was already dead no one could have survived the injuries he'd sustained Amaya had to convince them? That warhol was still breathing and that he needed immediate medical treatment. Finally the first first responders loaded warhol into their ambulance at the hospital. His heart stopped at four fifty one PM. The doctors doctors declared him legally dead but they were able to resuscitate him by massaging his heart and rushed him into emergency surgery..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bridges were okay mass transit so far everything on or close to schedule the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center lines gonna be and mixed bag today right now we have sunshine or racism clouds move in and some showers early this afternoon milder with a high of fifty eight tonight clear chilly breezy low thirty three Morrow increasing clouds with showers developing in the evening periods of heavy rain overnight high forty six and then Sunday showers possible through early afternoon then slowly clearing out breezy with a high of forty nine fifty one and half Perot forty nine in pants port at the acme of Woodbury sponsored by acme the official supermarket and water of the Philadelphia marathon heading up to fifty eight today Hey why W. sponsored by national what plants where November twenty second nineteen fifty five RCA records signed Elvis after buying his contract from sun record Elvis got a signing bonus five thousand dollars I'm at November twenty second nineteen sixty five his name the New York opening of man of La Mancha possible November twenty second nineteen sixty seven the release of Arlo Guthrie's twenty two minute song and yeah and everything Alice's restaurant November twenty second nineteen eighty nine the nationwide release of back to the future part two Brandon Brooks went by national appliance warehouse tax free shopping on new kitchen appliances national appliance warehouse for money news sponsored by your Delaware Valley Land Rover retailers Tom Busby joining us on Bloomberg morning Tom Hey good morning Carol Wilson potentially tough news for Philly based Comcast and other U. S. cable giants a new Bloomberg intelligence report predicts cable TV companies will lose more than six percent of their subscribers this year that's about six million customers total because so many Americans are switching to those web based streaming services like Netflix Hulu or Disney plus starting in January Amazon is switching switching management of its employees for one K. retirement funds nearly six billion dollars worth from Valley Forge based vanguard to rival fidelity fiat Chrysler recalling seven hundred thousand jeep grand Cherokees and Dodge Durango is to fix a problem that can make the engine stall out the Dow on a three day losing streak right now in the W. SFS bank Philadelphia index from Bloomberg was four tenths of a percent lower yesterday all that on trade worries the Dow futures right now we're up of sixty four points on optimism for a phase one deal from the president of China and where the U. S. may put off some new tariffs on Chinese imports and New Jersey based animal health care giant's awareness is buying Z. N. lab that's a nationwide veterinary reference.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Or more on car insurance. It is nine twenty four. Police in bucks county are investigating a crash that killed a teenager riding a bicycle Saturday night. Here's KYW's Kristin. Johannesen? Authorities say a car driving along lower state road near county line road in Warrington. Struck a fourteen year old riding a bike, the driver stopped and called nine one. One officials say and tried to help the child until emergency crews arrived on scene the street was shut down for about three hours. Police are continuing to investigate and ask anyone who may see what happened to give them a call. Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio news time nine twenty five. The opening bell is brought to you by the Haverford trust company home of quality investing for more than three decades have referred quality dot com. Steve Potisk joining us from Bloomberg morning. Steve good morning. Carol Wilson a US retail sales rose less than forecast point one percent compared with the economists forecasts of a point six percent. Gain. Now, a broad-based increase was actually overshadowed by a drop in restaurant receipts, which may reflect the impact of hurricane Florence now. Bank of America got a boost from rising interest rates in the latest quarter. The big banks lending business produced the most interest income since twenty eleven helping to push its profit up by thirty two percent better than forecast levels. A bankruptcy. Filing by Sears and global trade tensions have s and p futures and the red here ahead of the bell were down about three and a half points. Nasdaq down seventeen Dow futures are down sixteen the beneficial Bank..

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"carol wilson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The eighth choice that i had i didn't put them in any order but i did order them for myself the eighth favourite that i had was the chargers over nine and a half so anthony chargers over nine and a half me personally i'm going with the over the chargers they hit the number of last season despite getting off to a bad start offense you have led by philip rivers is your quarterback defense is loaded especially after they drafted derwin james ibew florida state in the draft so i'm taking the i would say you you liked that one i like the chargers okay you don't like what i need to hear from you you gotta tell me to mccain seahawks under eight so that means if the seahawks win seven games or less i win the bet if they win eight i get my money back i like them i like that pick they lost the lot man and russell wilson he can't keep doing this by himself every single year i mean he's wanting a muck all across the field that dopp lines terrible every year they didn't really upgrade in the off season i think this is going to be the year that you really see tumble for the seahawks okay good so okay so i feel a little better about that by the way i would be a little leery about that you would see your leery i i just feel like as long as you have carol wilson and thomas and i just feel like they're not gonna finish below five hundred right so you're leary on your boat how about falcons over nine so i love that love it yes so if they win nine i get my money back if they win ten and above i think the defense is better offense is better no super bowl hangover i think that's the big thing i liked that a lot okay brian did you agree with that one falcons i mean i don't know what you're the pixar yet but my most money on that pick okay so you love you both love that one that is one that has to be on the list because i love that too so you both you both are heavy on that one to pick yeah okay i got a couple others though that i think you might like even more the lions under seven and a half i'm gonna agree man nfc north is brutal the the bears are going to be better the packer should be improved with aaron rodgers back healthy and then he got the vikings yeah i like that that's a tough one though because you never know when stafford's going to have that like big big year so i'd be a little weary of that pick i see him at breakfast all the time on saturdays anthony so should i tell him to cut back to or not it gets i if i do that he might not like it like that i love that pick i love that pick lion lions because i don't think the lions win eight games in that division they won't be able to do that all right a couple more patriots over eleven mckeon completely agree win twelve i win they went eleven i push it's never gonna end with the patriots i'm convinced and i mean look at the rest of the division miami's not that great buffalo you don't even know what the who the quarterback is there and the jets distracted in new quarterback i mean darryl lock every year for over eleven all right eagles over ten and a half anthony i'm going to go under just because they did the half bothers me the ten and a half sign just because went to not sure if he's going to be there week one and even if he is backed by week one obviously i mean i could see him struggling may be initially okay so the the half bothers me i could see ten but the half here's one under here's an ask you to do though i'm going to ask you before the end of the show today i want you to look at the eagles scheduled i want you to find me six losses then because you have to find me six losses really gonna have to play this game i need you to look at it and tell me just who you think would be six losses okay mccain giants under seven i like it i mean i i like the.

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"carol wilson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"carol wilson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"We're back by the way out did find a picture of the woman i was talking about events to hop skip would you believe she's like eight months pregnant right now anyway rena at the top of the hour we get this story i gotta play this for your head of type so you ready for this woman named carol i'm not sure if she goes by our maiden name a cairo colin carol wilson we're going to find out what your actual name is i've heard it done both ways i think it's colin but anyway this woman worked for the philadelphia eagles as an assistant for thirty years you know that kind of thing right administrative assistant and chip kelly k after a year he said now i'm getting rid of her many fire thirty years with the organization but she had developed a great relationship with a whole bunch of the coaching staff prior to chip and al shean even taken a liking to the flea flicker and she would often tell the coaches flea flicker flea flicker well when they got the playoffs the eagles a flea flicker and how he roseman texted carol how close they were after the plight and said cattle that one what's for you carol al was invited to the party yes thursday night brings certain given her own ring and carol talking about that ring on nbc ten it was like kind of like going back comet it really it was really special to see so many people i felt that i haven't seen in a really long time and a lot of people didn't know that i was even going to be there so when they saw me it was.

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