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"clarendon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Were Secret Service. Lia police department were there as well at a business at Ogden and yak Lee avenues. Few details have been released about the reason behind the raid, but the secret Secret Service confirmed, it was involved in an ongoing investigation. The Lyle police department says there is no threat to the community. A Powerball ticket worth $1 million was sold on Chicago's north side for Saturday's Saturday's drawing. The ticket was purchased at clarendon food wine spirits located at 41 83 north clarendon avenue, the winning ticket matched all 5 numbers, 1124, 58 66 67, to win the $1 million. WLS news time, one 32. Inbound Kennedy O'Hare to downtown 33 minutes. It's backed up a little bit on the edens to Wilson. I'll pound Kennedy's 25 minutes and then accident and Ogden inbound Eisenhower out three 90 to the old post office 45 minutes. I'll pound Dan Ryan caron fire blocking the two right lanes at Roosevelt road, but just a two minute delay there. And on route three 94 southbound and accident at Thornton Lansing road. Next traffic update 15 minutes. Sponsored by NTT IndyCar Series. Experience the firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg this Sunday, March 5th at 12 p.m. Eastern Time live on NBC and pecan. Watch the fastest cars in the boldest drivers fight to the finish line. The firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, this Sunday at noon eastern live on NBC and peacock. I'm Jonathan Bregman, WLS news. Balance of nature. Hi, I'm Danica Patrick, watching my niece's grow play and learn is amazing, but not
"clarendon" Discussed on WTOP
"Long fence decks, pavers, and fences. Go to long fence dot com today and schedule your free and home estimate. It's ten 11 now, 12 people are without a home after a fire last night in southeast D.C.. It happens a little after 9 o'clock on the 4000 block of south capital street. D.C. fire an EMS as the fire broke out in an apartment on the second floor of a two story apartment building, no one was hurt on the fire, but a dozen people are displaced due to water damage. D.C. police have made an arrest in a nearly 17 year old child sex abuse case. Marquette Johnson has charged with first degree sexual abuse while armed. Police say in 2005, he approached a child on Q street in southeast, showed a gun and forced the child into a vehicle. Police say Johnson drove to another location and assaulted the child. After more than a year away, a beloved part of the Arlington community is reopening. But this time it's across the river in D.C.. Whitlow's will move to 9th street in south in northwest. It was really hard, actually. Since June of last year, when the popular clarendon bar closed, co owner John Williams has been dreaming about the return of whitlow's. We just had our first staff meeting, everyone's so excited. The bar is reopening on 9th street near the 9 30 club after more than two decades in Arlington. I'm confident we'll be open this month Getting the old staff back together, very excited to work with them and give them jobs again. Whitlow's left clarendon at a time when many bars and restaurants were struggling to stay afloat amid the pandemic, differences with their landlord was the final straw, and ELISA Gail WTO news. Coming up refunds are coming for almost 2000 consumers who paid money they didn't know to a debt collector. Ten 13. We have some exciting news. Our family just got bigger. We have Land Rover Alexandria are excited to announce the addition of Jaguar to our already
"clarendon" Discussed on WTOP
"Were acquitted, charges against the other three were subsequently dropped. Gray, who was black suffered a severe spinal cord injury inside a police fan. He died days later, Baltimore erupted in anger. I wasn't here, but I understand the downtown locker room. The local shoe store was looted and his death prompting days of unrest. The case attracting nationwide attention. Dell waters, WTO news. An arrest in the case of racist graffiti found that a church in Anna rental county, police arrested 66 year old Donald hood junior, he is charged with multiple hate crimes as well as malicious destruction of property for the racist slur found on the doors of the kingdom celebration center in gambles, hood was identified after police looked over church's security video footage. It was a similar incident that that same church last month. After more than a year away, a beloved part of the Arlington community is reopening. This time across the river in D.C., whitlow's will move to 9th street northwest. It was really hard, actually. Since June of last year, when the popular clarendon bar closed, co owner John Williams has been dreaming about the return of whitlow's. We just had our first staff meeting, everyone's so excited. The bar is reopening on 9th street near the 9 30 club after more than two decades in Arlington. I'm confident we'll be open this month. Getting the old staff back together, very excited to work with them and give them jobs again. Whitlow's left clarendon at a time when many bars and restaurants were struggling to stay afloat amid the pandemic, differences with their landlord was the final straw and ELISA Gail WTO news. Summer is almost over for your kids and in Prince William county when your student returns. They could see bigger class sizes and have to wait a little longer for a bus. In a letter to parents Friday, superintendent latanya mcdade says the school system will have to continue double bus runs this year as they struggle with the national bus driver shortage, so your kids may have to wait a little longer to get home. PWC PS also faces a shortage of teachers. They are currently working to fill 318 instructional openings that comes on top of the nearly 900 new staff a verdi hired for this year to help offset the short staffing they are upping bonuses for middle and high school teachers if they pick up an extra section and an elementary school mcdade says class sizes may be larger than preferred, but will not exceed state requirements. Coming up how the U.S. China relationship has changed after House speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. It's 8 O 7. Yeah, let me have a barbecue roasted corn hand dipped ice cream fried Oreo. Root beer float cotton candy, kettle corn, and a funnel cake. Sir, what do you think this is? The Montgomery county fair
"clarendon" Discussed on WTOP
"Now, if you've been to clarendon, you could probably picture the silver diner. Well, some changes are coming to clarendon. Arlington's moving forward with plans to redevelop those few blocks near Wilson boulevard fairfax drive and Washington boulevard. The goal is to make clarendon even more of the urban village that was envisioned when the decision was made to develop neighborhoods around metro stops. The new plans will include a hotel, streetscapes will make it easier to walk. They'll be green space and a new fire station. It will mean the closing of the clarendon silver diner, a new one will open one metro stop away in Boston later this year. Neil Logan stained WTO news. Some people who live in Maryland's most populous county are going to get a break on the cost of buying and installing home security cameras. A program administered by the Montgomery county police department would allow county residents and some businesses in high priority areas to get financial incentives to install security cameras. Council member, Craig rice. I understand that many people are speculating about the role of the police and not over policing in neighborhoods. And those are all justifiable concerns. But rice said the intent of the bill is to help communities feel safer. We can't forget about the victims in our community. We can't forget about their voices and the needs that they have. Council member will jawando urged his colleagues to amend the bill to create a diverse group of community members to work with police on how the program would be implemented, and that was adopted unanimously. Kate Ryan, WTO news
"clarendon" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Somebody who is more of an outsider. Coming in i was like damn. I didn't know britney griner capacity like that so that has been really fun to watch. We've got two more teams have really quick number one the minnesota lynx. This team obviously been fantastic after own. Four start They've been really good since the olympic olympic break. How are you feeling about where they're at. Because i think they they're one of the teams. I look at that in terms of like playing up against the sun. I don't know what their matchups have been like against the sun this year. Not good not good. Okay Well how do you feel about their ability to match up size wise because i do feel like they're one of the teams that does kind of have some of the lineup for still in the size upfront to try and match up with connecticut and are just like they're totally overall. I do think they may be struggled a little bit with guard. Play like was`ia. Clarendon has been awesome especially as a driver but they're not getting guarded to the arc and it's not like the end of the world but also you can see a lot of possessions. Die out that way for them as much as they do for the rest of the offense. But anyways i mean sylvia fowles has been fucking awesome like absolutely incredible watching her. Just destroy. send a liberty into a different states. was pretty pretty damn fun this is just like a same similarly the benign salacious kind of does everything and it's a joy to watch. Where are you guys out with the links right now. You don't look so super excited on they're They're a team. That i think you talk about having a hard cap on what they they can do. I think i think they're floor is much higher than a lot of these other teams because like that's the value of like having one of the all time greatest coaches and sylvia files. In her downtime is a mortician. so you know she's used to. She's used to burying people. She used to putting people away for good. So we're still working on nickname i believe. But there's there's there's a floor to where they are what they can be in there and they're they never ever let down from that like it's i think lower than these other contenders that we've we've been talking about is like i'd really love for it to be different. But the way they rely on kayla mcbride is just. It's exhausting to watch one. And two like kerr. Workload is unreal. She is sprinting off. Every screen both offensively and defensively. She's getting one of the. If not be toughest perimeter cover like you know one of the toughest now that aerial powers back. But like they're so reliant on that and there's not as like the shooting doesn't scare you in the way that like these other teams can like they can get hot from three and win.
"clarendon" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The interior of the cathedral is obstructed by the organ in the middle acting like a screen. I know not why in real architecture. The hunger of the eye for length of line is so rarely gratified. The rule of art is that a colonnade is more beautiful. The longer it is and that ad infinitum and the nave of a church is seldom so long that it need be divided by screen. We loitered in the church outside the choir whilst service was said whilst we listened to the oregon my friend remarked the music is good and yet not quite religious but somewhat as if among were panting to some fine queen of heaven see was unwilling and we did not ask to have the choir shown us but return to our in after seeing another old church of the place we passed in the train clarendon park but could see little but the edge of a would though see had wished to pay closer attention to the birthplace of the decrees of clarendon at bishop's stoke we stopped and found mr h who received us in his carriage and took us to his house at bishop's waltham on sunday we had much discourse on a very rainy day. My friends asked whether there were any americans any with an american idea. Any theory of the right future of that country thus challenged. I thought myself. Neither of caucuses nor congress neither of presidents nor of cabinet ministers nor of such as would make of america another europe. I thought only of the simplest and purest mines..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Elisa who actually has a tied to the links in general Back in the day used to have some links players over to her house to cook soul food for them recognize. Legia knew exactly who later was and i think that speaks of the report. That has Among community organizers Lejuez someone who does the work and who is a familiar face among those who are out doing the work and so walks through george floyd square and gets a personalized tour with elisa. And you'll goes to say their name cemetery and it's save their names and it's like all this kind of tombstones are like tombstones lying in the grass and like rose and it's this place or people still put flowers for their people so many names. I had never heard. Yeah it was. That was another like really beautiful and obviously tragic stays but gave people's like some to go to visit you know they're folks and all that grief and the community and you know sitting in front of you know these two stones that are that were recreated To commemorate the lives lost Black lives lost. I'm at the hands of police and us. As deeply deeply moved by that moment. I felt really grateful to like the whole thing like meeting the gatekeeper and just asking questions as we walked around like i felt so much joy in the space and so much resilience and how powerful it was and sort of full circle sort of a moment for all those who were there including links fans who did ask for couple of photos it was you know. I think it's a really important moment that speaks to lasers desire to be in the community. And so when i think about like leashes place in that you it's very very moving to me As a reporter As a trans person as a non binary person you know to be a part of that and to just sort of bear witness to the impact that they are having and the impact that i know that they will have. I'm moving forward on so so many people katie barnes. Thank you for sharing lazy glared story with us on. Espn daily thanks for having me. Pablo pablo torre and this has been. Espn daily. i'll talk to you tomorrow..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Yeah and about five months. Katie after baby is born later learns about a pretty startling development in his personal basketball career. Because later clarendon gets cut by the new york liberty which i did not see coming. I'm curious how they reacted to that news. Yeah even everybody else. Pablo was pretty surprising. One because you know a veteran in terms of being eight years in the league has never really had a problem making roster to contractually. You had guaranteed contracts. So it's not like the liberty freedom cap space by making this decision Later going to get paid no matter what and later had only played three minutes total in the in the liberties i three games like. They weren't getting on the court And so we're leaders response. I think in the moment was just honest. Shaq sir packing up their staff and at some point just stopping and crying over this pile of boxes and being forced to confront the fact that finding a team where leisure could land that had cap space for the veteran minimum and also a roster spot felt. Pretty impossible in those moments as alasia was asking themselves like. Oh my god is my career over. You know they're not twenty four anymore. They're thirty and it's not old especially when you have subaru being forty years old and doing sue bird things in the league but it's also not young And so in that sense it was a really destabilizing sort of a time for them. They were packing up all their staff and getting ready to fly back across the country to their home in the bay area so now fast forward to the present tense. Leisure clarendon has found a home and it feels like a real home katie with the minnesota lynx and the fit of that place the twin cities with show. How would you describe that. I think those kind of perfect like culture perspective. You look at the team. That has really your lead. I'm a lot of these discussions and started some of them when it came to activism in the w s the minnesota lynx but then even from a basketball perspective. I think it makes a lot of sense. The links really needed a veteran point guard presence and later as a veteran point guard and a true point guard. I mean you can. You can see the difference almost immediately in terms of just the way that the links offense was running with them as soon as they got there. What our relations career goals now. What what what amid all of this does she want to accomplish a championship. Pretty adamant about that. And that's the thing that they really crave it's not individual accolades. It's not wanting to be the assist leader. Get another all star being named an all star again. It's getting a championship. You at the beginning of layers career. He played in indiana and was so close to winning a championship and actually got beat by the links and so now having the opportunity to once again play for a team that could contend. I think is really invigorating and exciting. you know just having the opportunity to possibly challenge for championship and really chase that i think as late as thinking about the back half of their career from basketball perspective. That's really something that they really want. There was one visit that laser made that seem to really establish that personal report for that. They've developed with the twin cities. And i'm curious if you could describe for me to visit that they took to george floyd square. Yeah so right. After and wages debut game for the lengths which was also the links first win of the season Alasia went to george floyd square and they go in a walk around and they meet the gatekeeper..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Religion is core to everything that age does and is in terms of being a christian and having this relationship with god whether we're talking about the way that legia is motivated to strive justice We're talking about how legacies themselves as a queer and trans person and the relationship to others. All of that is driven by their faith and who they are as a christian. There's one quote katie a- as someone who was raised and remains roman catholic. There's a quote that i found incredibly eye opening and honestly inspiring and i'm curious if you remember referred to so the one that i think about in hearing you describe is malaysia says even christian means like liquor came to do like it means like disrupting inviting for the most marginalized people. When i heard leisure say that i think of the gospels and of a what jesus did in terms of spending time with those on the fringes healing the sick Constantly challenging has disciples to engage with people on the marginalized edges of society. And if that doesn't describe queer and trans people. I don't know what that is. Yeah the idea that you can find and subscribe to and truly believe in a version of religion and christianity in which you yourself are seen and located. I mean that's something that i feel like. Every single christian and or human being can also relate to that desire in that in that mission. I'm also thinking here about late. Wife jessica katie. Because that's the other part of the story. That is incredibly deeply emotional. What's the story of their meeting. So lazy and jessica met at cow. jessica's a few years older than later and was at that point a graduate assistant for the caloms basketball team and they were friends for really long time. They didn't start dating really until couple years into lasers professional career And then they got married in twenty seventeen. So that's sort of the meet cute as it were so they go from that rom com meet cute katie to marriage to committing to this life together giving lucia a partner along a path of self discovery..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Even in this league katie. I'm curious where being gay an openly. So is not uncommon. What does it mean to have. An athlete be first athlete to identify publicly as non binary and trans as she does. Well i think it's an example of another example of leisure sort of pushing everybody forward we talk about the wnba is being really progressive embracing lgbtq. People it's sandra but it wasn't always that way and it wasn't that way even like you're just a handful of years ago you came into the league in two thousand thirteen. He was one of a couple of out draftees. Lezo welcome to wnba. Congratulations indiana fever. Great team give us your thoughts on when you heard your name call for the fever. It is exciting You know we kind of knew who was going. One through four or five. Britney griner and that was groundbreaking. We haven't really seen that before. Then the following season that wnba announced the pride initiative which was the first of its kind among professional sports in the united states. And so i want to acknowledge like the just the speed of this growth But i think it speaks to the fact that you as w has moved forward and become more progressive at a lot of these different moments certainly in the last eight years later. Clarendon has been there whether we're talking about the initial discussions around. Lgbtq inclusion You know whether. We're talking about social justice initiatives in terms of racial justice. We are also dedicating this season to say say her name campaign a campaign committed to saying the names in fighting for justice for black women. Black women who are so often forgotten in this fight for justice who do not have people marching in the streets for them. Or we're talking about now. These are more complex and nuanced conversations that we're having around gender identity what that means and sport The fact that it's leisure who's been there at every at each. And every one of those moments i think is a really big deal and speaks to the power of his leadership and also just the way that he moves people simply by sharing space with them. How did he help. Push the league behind the scenes towards this in light in version of itself that we're familiar with more so now it kind of started really early. There's this moment in the piece where after you know in two thousand fourteen the wb and has had this pride initiative of the players are supposed to wear these pride shirts for warm ups during a game and doesn't happen and alicia finds out that is because the executive committee killed it and said no because some folks didn't want to wear the shirts and it was just going to be a controversy and so later confronts at that point the president of the players association and that was to make a catching who was a member of indiana fever. And they have this conversation. Where inet you know to migas said it was really hard conversation. But afterwards to mind was changed and moving forward you know they did wear the shirts In the following season in the years to come and that was really impactful moment for to make catching 's but it was also a really impactful moment for the first time then After that that to me encouraged to run for the executive committee and that moment sort of sets later on this path where you they have done just a tremendous amount of behind the scenes work and its little stuff. That goes along way so in thinking about you know the twenty twenty bubble season dedicating this season to brianna taylor an outstanding. Emt who was murdered over one hundred thirty days ago in her home brianna.
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"It's something that people still struggle with. So broadly speaking just about pronouns in general is that people use a variety of pronouns. I use them pronounce leisure. As i mentioned before use a combination of pronouns other folks will use various pronouns. And i think sometimes we get really bogged down in Not wanting to offend people or not really understanding the importance of pronouns. But really like it's just about how we want to be referred to and how other folks want to be referred to and so that's really what it's about is just treating people the way they want to be treated and so sometimes and lee has tweeted about this you. It feels like you know the most important thing about you for other people is pronouns. But i know that that is something that lisa does not want has said so publicly and has just been very adamant that any and all pronouns when it comes to the standard ones that we hear She her he him they them can be used for him and that is fine. How would you describe the moment wherein as trans people in sports is concerned. I would say it's pretty precarious You know a number of bills have been introduced across the country that specifically target young transgender people specifically transgender girls in terms of restricting their access to athletics at the k. Twelve level so. We're talking about elementary middle school and high school sometimes college and a handful of states about eight have actually enacted these laws over the course of twenty twenty two twenty twenty one and well over half of the states in the country have considered these bills. But one of the things i loved about. Doing this piece was the ability to really focus in on a particular person and tell a story of a family that is on this journey together. in a way that while acknowledging the that precarity in terms of the conversation we're having A more macro level isn't about that at all to return to aleisha clarendon here. How does that context make her story. Even that much more important to tell. I think it's because of that. Focus on and you that tacit challenge to our can just to the conventional wisdom around a transgender athlete looks like and who that person s laser does not fit in that narrative that is being debited all around the country and so but i also think malaysia decided to share publicly that they had top surgery and was publicly identifying as transgender and non binary. You're so important for young people in particular. I think to see themselves. Anti laser has an older person who becomes apparent. And i think that's really important to acknowledge that possibility models for young trans folks feel very few and far between and so related to be so public about who he is. I've really does do some monumental things.
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Your business will transform from a workplace into a work of art. You cagey our purpose is people. So katie leyshon clarendon is so many things a wnba all star team usa gold medallist so much more that will get to. But i just want to start with what we're seeing from late. Show on the court right now. How would you describe how. They're playing with the minnesota. Lynx legia is having one of the best seasons of her career. Katie barnes is a feature writer for espn and it work on a book about gender sex and sports you know. She's averaging five point two assists on the year which is just outside the top five for the league. Dodgers tries another three. It's player. It makes a nice pass the minnesota lynx are twelve and three with leisure on the team. A tough shot l. s. twelve. And they're seeing minutes. They're starting which is a very different experience from the one that i think they expected. I'm coming into this season which they started with the new york. Liberty and so leisure is really a joy to watch on the floor right now. Clarendon another top shot and the foul and terms of just executing at a high level competing at a high level. Here's that play again. is clarity. Grows through just a given and really being able to plug into a team and take them from the bottom of the standings to being a real contender in the playoffs. So katie lasers trade which was really unexpected. And now this success with the links this season it all comes in the midst of her also making history in the wnba. So what kind of firsts are we talking about here. So lisa is the first publicly output transgender and non binary player in the wnba history and is among the i in team professional sports in general. And it's a really big deal. I think because leisures been so public about who they are You know in terms of their sexual orientation prior to this moment It doesn't feel like a giant deal all the time but it really is In terms of just the nature of the of the history itself but also because of the time that were in in terms of the treatment of transgender athletes Across the country and the discussion that we're having about transgender inclusion in sport and so for late to be so public about who they are and to be public about using the variety of pronounce that they do. Which are she her he him and they them all used interchangeably. It's monumental and i don't think we can understand that. Yeah i want to dive into the big picture in a second year. But i also want to drill down on the pronouns because this katie as you yourself know this is something that is both on the one hand very straightforward but on the other hand..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"After that when he analyzed a reality a causality that he and jaanus chris paul for that matter all endorse. Do you think that in the end a title is going to give you the respect that you think it is. I will get it to be clear. We did not need a championship ceiling. Game six like this to certify that john is more than just some collection of fast twitch limbs the twenty six year old who wants sold tourists trinkets on the street in athens as a kid was already a two time. Mvp and defensive player of the year. Someone who'd shown that he can play the point when necessary and also blocked shots that nobody else really can and no. He's still not an outside threat in game. Six debate precisely one field goal from beyond close range. Meaning that sixty seven of his seventy-six made shots in these finals came from inside and no he still doesn't demand the ball at the end of games because the bucks deliberately signed a real point guard andrew holiday and they still all turned khris middleton in clutch time but y- honest did make seventeen of nineteen free throws in this game not long after the free throw line felt like a place of ritual humiliation for him with countdowns all across america and airballs that followed at janas instead painted nothing short of a masterpiece tonight one of the greatest individual. Nba finals altogether ever when it mattered most and believe me it mattered because that championship causality hardened described is baked into not just sports culture it software but it's hardware. It's trophies winning. A ring is in fact. The entire point of this exercise and it is not sufficient for immortality no but it is necessary because as sports commentators fans gas bags are memories are short once obvious complexities. from inside of the season. Get lost in the wash by next week until entire biographies are minimized reduced to the most basic binary. Did you win. Just ask chris paul. One of the greatest players of any generation scored twenty six and got saddled with another infamous l. But don't ask jaanus not anymore. This should be should make every every person every kid anybody around the world to believe in dreams you know and the model like what whatever you feel when you feel down when things don't look like it's going to happen for your you might not make your career. Maybe we might be anything. Just believe on what you're doing. Keep working we know. Don't let nobody tells you which can be what you cannot do. You know people talking about i through. I've made my free throws tonight and frigging champion. I made him. Yeah i suppose to make in a joking. Yes the jolly apex predator of the nba of officially has the respect. He deserves he wanted. And that takes skill to all right coming up we go from the nba over to the wnba. Where leyshon clarendon is changing. How we think about so much. Your business is important to you and the best way to improve. Your business is to improve the lives of your people you k. g. develops hr and workforce management solutions designed to take care of your employees because when they feel supported and connected and appreciated..
"clarendon" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Turn shoot spires talk little rebound half-century but bucks or nba champions. What's ago took a half century for a singular superstar janas under the groom book to bring an nba title back to milwaukee. So first a look at all of that means for jaanus and for history. Then i realize my story open the door and help other people. Leyshon clarendon is new to the minnesota lynx but not new pushing the wnba foreword by living a life. Unlike anyone else's in basketball breaking boundaries both behind the scenes and out on the floor pablo toray. It's wednesday july twenty first. This is espn daily presented by uk g. Our purpose is. I'm sure jaanus a gupo. Bo is way too good for pettiness. Right now having just dropped fifty and fourteen and five on the phoenix suns and in during the sixty five thousand ravers in deer district and giving his customary postgame. Ted talk this time with. Chris middleton by his side together. Eight years. And i'm happy that i was able to the theme..
The Ben Shapiro Show
"clarendon" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Book coming out called the authoritarian moment and one of the things that i point down. The authoritarian moment is that this power game has now infiltrated. virtually every institution of of our site. Even point this out puts you at risk of censorship from the big tech companies. Even point this out makes you a person who shouldn't be welcomed into play conversation. We now identify each other as members of the ruling class and there is a ruling class in the united states the way that you are identified as a member of the ruling class that people who deserve rule is what pronouns in profile if you pronouns in your twitter profile is not an indicator that there was any confusion about who you were. We all know who you are because we have is. We have ears and we have minds right. We can identify people based on objective characteristics. The whole purpose of putting pronoun in your profile is not even to demonstrate solidarity because you demonstrated nothing where we don't really know anything about your politics simply based on what pronouns apply to you all is way of signaling they use speak the will capillary that you speak woke. It's a socially authoritarian method of ostracizing people who think in terms of traditional objective metrics. Now how stupid is this particular. Espn story i use this as an example because this is the cover story ideas espn magazine. By the way. So the reason i use this is because not only is this supremely confusing designed to be confusing. There's an editor's note attached. The editor's note says this quote. Licia clarendon who identifies as transgender and non binary again if you are non binary. meaning you. don't actually have gender. How are you. Transgender are are woman who became a man. Are you woman who became nothing. Are you woman who became a generalist. Widget like what. What exactly are you. The terms transgender and transgender suggests he changed her gender from one to the other typically non binary means these ones identifies any gender so these two terms should be somewhat mutually exclusive. They're not right. Licia clarendon who identifies as transgender and non binary uses he him she her and they then pronouns interchangeably. We do so throughout this piece. We also introduced the preferred pronouns for others. Who appear in this story. And for whom pronouns are used a so instead of the editors doing what editors typically do which is make sure that language conveys information is what editors and writers are designed to do and there. There's a postmodern discourse and literature in which language is not supposed to convey information. It is instead supposed to enshrine certain moods spicy generate certain feelings but typically the purpose of languages to convey information. This is true in the animal kingdom as well or whether it's clicks and chirps from animals or whether it is the human voice the goal is generally to convey more information except now now the goal is to convey information because the true idea is to elicit from you whether you object to this and thus can be ostracized safely from the membership in the new ruling class and this is nothing new and there's an article. We talked about it on the show. Way back in april in the new york times called a guide to neo pronouns. So you're confused by all. This will let the new york times guide. You through all of this. You will be more confused by the end. Then you are at the beginning. According to the new york times non binary pronouns had become widespread a to a twenty nineteen pew research study found. Already that one in five americans knew someone who uses non binary pronouns and then there are neal pronouns a neil pronoun can be a word created to serve as pronoun without expressing gender. Like gee and jer a new program can also be close a so called noun self pronoun in which a pre existing word is drafted into use as a pronoun noun self pronouns can refer to animals so your pronoun can be bunn bunn self and kitten kitten self others referred to fancy characters vamp themselves prynne sess princess l. fe fair fair cell or even just common slang like in it in its in itself. So is this for real says the new york times. Yes and around any leading edge behavior online trolling hydrants and bad faith glide indistinctly for those unfamiliar with the culture surrounding your pronouns. Right now it's likely impossible to distinguish between what's playful. What's deeply meaningful. And what's people being mean. Many neal conan users are dead serious and are also part of online communities that are quits react swiftly to offenses a popular twitch streamers who goes by anti vm. G recently apologized after tweet. Jokingly tweeting that her pronouns were bad af which led many neo pronoun users to accuse her of transphobic invalidation of their identities envy. Mg road on twitter. It wasn't meant to mock people who use neo pronouns. however i've since educated myself on the matter and spoken to people who use neo pronouns. And i see why what i said was hurtful eight now again. The idea here that these neo pronouns kitten kitten self expressed just the same amount of information as a person saying that the person a biological woman is both he and she and them precisely nothing. The only thing that expresses is a person who is either unable or unwilling to identify with reality. That's all but the whole point is that you two are now supposed to be drafted into this movement to normalize delusion you're supposed to be drafted into this movement to normalize delusion and this this notion that personal identity the how identify must be reflected by this idea large if you refused to go along with my moral vision of society if you refuse to clap and cheer along you have denied me my identity. You have undermined me as a human being and corporations because so many corporations are in the business of catering to clientele right as corporations do corporations are going to sell you what you want to buy all right now. What people want to buy a vision of themselves and vision of themselves can be anything and so corporations are simply going to celebrate. Whatever you believe you are in order to make money and so this is lead people on the right to say. Capitalism is the problem it capitalism is not the problem. Capitalism is just not designed to be immoral imprimatur he. Capitalism is the greatest system for the distribution an increase in wealth in human history without a doubt but capitalism is not inherently tied. The system itself is not inherently tied to anything beyond provision of services and products to people who want them. And so if you are a business in your seeking to cater to people and those people have immoral wants capitalism will serve. Those wants the same way that reserve somebody who has a a moral one in other words the lack that we are seeing an american side right now is not the result of economics. The lack of we are seeing an american side. Right now is a result of lack of a moral basis a moral foundational grounding in reality the reality that we are embodied human beings we are not just a free floating spirit inside a meatball. We are actually eight. Embodied thing which means that our biology and our soul are connected and that means that we cannot ignore our biology or treat our biology as though it were our enemy..
"clarendon" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"Give some love up to minnesota. Lynx real quick lakesha clarendon got signed with minnesota and as soon as that happened they have not lost a game. When when the clarendon was signed to minnesota everybody you know was a lot of reactions. Oh you there in all star level player and they've done a phenomenal job ever. Since arriving in minnesota claritin has been plus eighteen plus Where are we Plus eighteen plus eleven and then Dead even that's where they've been in the minnesota lynx games that they've played in and minnesota was sliding and win. Clarendon showed up all of a sudden. There's just an impact that they have on the floor. That's different compared to so many other other players out there that that when clarens out there there's just this things seemed to be flowing better for four minnesota when they're on the floor and i think that's that's been a huge huge element to what the success that we've seen out of minnesota and minnesota just figured it out you know they had one close game against atlanta but. Yeah they're wins. They beat the connecticut sun as their first win of the season. They beat the connecticut sun. And then they got back to back wins against atlanta. And they're up currently as we're recording this. They're up on or excuse me no. They're they're down four but they're playing the mystics mystics. Pretty close and they've got a couple teams ahead of them. They've got the sparks winnable game chicago. Winnable game dallas dallas atlanta like their next one two three four five games After the mystics tonight are very winnable games before they start playing teams like Las vegas and phoenix if they go ahead and win. Let's say four of the next five. I really like where minister where minnesota could be you know if they're sitting at seven and five. They're they're going to be up in the upper echelon of the and i think that that's the reality of where will likely see minnesota here soon. So yeah i'm feeling a little bit like we jumped the gun putting up in putting them in the top three or four in our preseason predictions. But i don't think the beginning of the season was their truth. No the they were missing what we always not only did. They not have signed Clear they were missing collier for a large out of that too. Yeah a perennial fringe. Mvp candidate and one of the best defensive players in the league so that makes a difference it also we said this at the top of the show i think ten to twelve games is enough of a sample size to start drawing conclusions for a team. They they in the mystics have played the fewest games so far. It's why they're playing right now. his combination. It's a four point game around halftime as as of this recording. But they they've only played seven games. And they lost the first four to close to phoenix. And then the hot start new york liberty and in seattle seattle so tough early seasons leading because it was a tough schedule and they didn't have one of their most important players and suddenly against connecticut. Overtime win atlanta close win in the net. Lanta twenty point below canal close when against the mystic. So they've got some teams coming up. That i absolutely think are beatable. You've got the sparks in chicago after this and then a doubleheader at dallas dallas c'mon has been really pesky this year But you expect the youth of dallas to to not always perform leading the clutch. We're going to talk about the dallas wings in a minute actually have a lot of good things to say about dallas But that's you know. I think they're turning things around at exactly the right time like if if chicago is a sinking ship. I think i think minnesota voided Avoided the worst of the storm and is kind of Writing things in time to have a really good shot at a decent playoff berth. By the end of the year they also end their year with a game against the sparks to against the mystics. Three against the fever Teams that i think by. Then we'll expect them to beat so they could be one of those candidates for going five hundred most of the year and then finishing really strong. So i i like them a lot I'm glad that that came out in. She called that team out And there there aren't a lot of coaches in the league. That are willing to publicly do that. I'm sure in the locker room. It happens more than we think But if you if you remember the quote it was something like that. That's one of the worst defensive performances in my tenure as a coach and she her as a coach is a decade and the next game. they beat The like the five in connecticut sun handed their. I lost so she knows how to she goes out to coach. Kyle that's the that's the big takeaway from here We only have a few minutes left to this episode. We wanted to give you the basic overview of who hot and. He's not right now in the in the league. I don't like that phrase it that way. But that's essentially what this is but we left a little bit of time for the biggest surprises and all all launch off this discussion. By saying that. I think the dallas wings three and five record while not glowing is actually like pretty decent. All things considered especially since two of those five losses or overtime to the reigning champs. Every time i see the dallas wings on the schedule. I don't know what to think like for other teams 'cause when i see you know the fever or the mistakes or maybe even like the dream and the links were both hovering around five hundred right now for a good team. I think a good team should win that game for dallas. It's kinda like. I don't know a rica. Google la is a star and now marina may be has thrown. Her hat in. The ring is an easy most improved. Contender Having a fifty forty nine season on the early season..
Molotov Cocktail Thrown at NYPD Officers in Brooklyn
"Throwing a Molotov cocktail at police officers after he was pulled over for running a red light in Brooklyn David Folk, Thomas has the latest. It happened just before eight Saturday morning in East Flatbush, police stopping a Lincoln Town car near Clarendon Road and East 45th Street and as an officer approached the vehicle, the 44 year old driver allegedly throwing a liquid chemical in the cops face and then driving off. When police caught up with him. It's alleged the driver hit the patrol car with a Molotov cocktail, which did not ignite. The suspect was arrested after crashing into a parked vehicle and more Molotov cocktails were found inside. His car charges were pending like
Driver Throws Bleach, Molotov Cocktail at New York Officer
"Man is under arrest after allegedly throwing a Molotov cocktail had officers after they pulled him over in Brooklyn. This more Thing. It happened just before eight. A.m. in East Flatbush, ABC seven reports police stopping a 2000 Lincoln Town car for running a red light at Clarendon Road and East 45th Street when an officer approached the vehicle, the 44 year old driver allegedly throwing a liquid chemical, possibly bleach or peroxide in the officer's face and then driving off. When the patrol car later pulled behind the car. It's alleged. The driver then tossed a Molotov cocktail at the cruiser before again speeding off the man then crashing into a parked vehicle at 55 19. Snyder Avenue, and he was taken into custody. Charges are
Our Body Politic
"clarendon" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"Do have the power to change the world. That's a clip from a wnba video of new york liberty point guard laser clarendon who also speaks on social media about parenting and being nonbinary. Last year clarendon led the league dedicating the season to brianna taylor. They're also a member of the wnba. social justice council. Hi lezo welcome to our body politic. Hello let me start out with this being Just past the first year anniversary of brianna. Taylor's death of devastating moment in american history. And just walk us through how you emmy. Wnba approached death and the aftermath and used your voice. We knew we wanted our season to be more than just basketball. We wanted to be about social justice. And you know brianna. Taylor garnered national attention in a way that we haven't seen a woman. Do i think. Since like sandra bland. That i can recall. So many players in the wnba saw themselves in her story and particularly as black women and people who are marginalized by gender who try and bend over backwards. Do everything possible for everyone else. And we constantly looked at like who's marching in the streets for us and Angel mccoughtry actually had the idea. And she played in louisville to put brown taylor's name on our jerseys and fast forward to like getting her name on our jerseys getting to play with her like on our back the entire season. It was really powerful. You and your fellow players have done so many powerful things and you have a wnba justice council. Tell us what that is and what you do. We wanted to make sure it was really impactful And and left a legacy and so that's where the council came into mind going to be thinking about these social justice issues and so it's Members of the players and then it's members from the league and then we got an advisory board as well like people like at least yet cars various folks who are like doing the work on the ground every day said we're like in our field and we're trying to bridge the gap but then the people who we can look to and say like. Hey what's really going on in. We how do we actually do this work. There is a very specific person. Who certainly knows that you've been doing the work. Which is the former us senator from georgia kelley law floor and you know Of course people can't see you but you're smiling right now. You really went all in on kelly who used to own the atlanta dream which you used to play for. Tell us exactly. You know what unfolded there. Kelly lawsuit came for the wrong people. That's really unfolded. We had dedicated. Season to brown. A taylor to say her name and we put black lives matter on the core as one of the owners of the team. Kelly came out vehemently against this fact and spun in made it about everything that the fact that black lives do matter. She just doesn't agree with the politics. The organization all the Buried coded and not so coated racist things. We've heard people say about why they don't think black lives matter or why it's about something that it's really not and so we clocked back right away and like road seven twitter rhoda articles. And we're like okay. No let's not what you're gonna do but then we also quick realized okay like every time we were saying her name every time we were mentioning her. This was good for her because she wanted that. She wanted us to come out and show how much she was. Not like us didn't agree with that and then us coming back. Her like proved the point. He was actually in One of the agents interleague. It was like have you all heard of raphael warnock. And we were like like who is that. We didn't realize running for senate i. We met with roar. Because we're like all right. This guy's a democrat cool but like what does that really mean do. We actually agree with what he's saying. We know we don't agree with. Kelly lost there so we met with him on a private zoom invited players to come asked him questions about his politics He was with lgbt community where he was out on abortion. Like all the issues that we cared about and we quickly saw just like how much more he was. Aligned with our league kelly slur and so we Got shirts made for every player in the league. Decided what day were going to wear them because we wanted to have the atlanta dreams back of course and we wanted to get this woman out of our campaign and at the time. Rafael weren't because like trying to get national attention. He couldn't he was trying to pull higher and we did something crazy like. I know this six figures that he raised within the first twenty. Four hours of when we Came out in support of him like skyrocketed him into the national Guy so he got the attention that he deserved. And then it became all of our teams reposting. It which is really cool too because the devil is not supposed to be partisan but like if the players are wearing something which is what's really cool about the grassroots movement like we're just player so we all wore the shirts and then okay the chicago sky. We posted because their players are just wearing the shirts like new york liberties posting it because their players are wearing and you quickly saw. It's like the whole league was focused on getting this woman suddenly not so subtly out of our league and not only did you. Did she end up. No longer being senator she also who is no longer part owner of the atlanta dream and we have a little bit of tape of renee montgomery Two time champion Becoming vice president of the atlanta dream and part owner. I am now the co owner of the atlanta dream. And i'm so excited as so much to say. What did that moment mean to you. Lay show when rene became part owner of the team that you used to play for. I think it was bay. Wanted to see a former player to see a black woman in our league. Get to a position of power. Is those people who have played the game who understand the w to be in those positions of power. And that's often what we get. We get you know. Come lender voices come talk to us. Maybe come tell us how many teams run better. But you don't actually see us get to be in those positions. I think it's really cool. You're not only someone who has been doing all this work within the wnba. You also just by being really open with your personal life to to the extent that it's safe on social media. I think that you have really opened up to a lot of people and when you posted pictures after your top surgery and talked about that on social media i bet it it got a lot of people thinking so explain for for people who don't know what top surgery is and how you view your gender identity question so top surgery is it's basically a double mastectomy. I wanted some contour. Some people have their breasts removed and they wanted to be more of a non binary. Look or still look between a boob and pack. So there's no one way to do it but top surgery's basic like move some breast tissue because you don't want your best to look that way anymore and my gender identity is non binary identifies chance as well like chance. The umbrella term identifies like both men and woman and neither like i my gender on a spectrum similar sexuality and so folks who don't understand the binary means like it's very rigid especially in our country. It's like man on one side woman in the other side it's why we are gender. Reveal parties for babies lose on one side. Pink is on the other side while the restroom has men and women and so. I'm a person like. I'll flirt with both of them. All everything in between. And i might like to use this rush that restroom or i might be wearing lipstick one day but also i didn't want breasts anymore. So people like wait. Why are you wearing lipstick if you don't want moves 'cause i'm nonbinary 'cause i don't subscribe it into any of these. Rigid binary rigid.
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Dallas Rapper Mo3 Killed In Shooting On I-35E
"Dallas Police are investigating the shooting death of local rapper Mo three, according to DPD. 28 year old, also known as Milton Noble was shot on I 35 near Clarendon Drive and was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Major Danny Williams says. The shooting comes amid rising violent crime in the city of Dallas. What we continue to see Is an increase in the augments conflict type computations. Actually ends in gun battles. Police believe noble got out of his car on the side of the interstate was chased on foot and eventually shot. No arrests have been made.
Gordon Murray T.50
"Guys. Welcome to car cast Matt Motivated Guanzhou here with Bill Goldberg how are you Buddy House practices housing doing doing great. You know we're looking at five days over one hundred. So I'm ecstatic. Bikini on the out by the pool. I actually I saw it out in the leg as long as your Ad Dragon Gauge and the kids are out like on a lake and right? Yeah. You're having fun growing. Dragon. Just shoot now like when you're over fifty, you get you reap the enjoyment out of videoing everyone and. Consoling them after they've been launched across. The, Lake Yeah, it was very entertaining. I'll be uploading many of those. Like, they're having a great time out there. visit. Great. It was a great bet. You guys can see it on his instagram you're dragging your you got the boat. You're the kids are out on the rouse being dragged by the boat. They fly off. You pass the sack. You see the slasher out your. Their lives. I can. Carry? Them would have died I couldn't have posted it. Had this scroll through all my other videos to find out a comparable to find out that they were doing good something. We've got some cool ally interesting news about The McLaren announced that well, the Gordon Murray announcement that we wanted to get into. So we sort of got this job. So we can I hit that before we get started. Just, another word from our friends at Dodd's it's A. IT'S A it's time for dodge power dollars and that means for every horse power. You get ten dollars off your purchase on dodge challenger Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango come in and save dodge power dollars for pretty sweet deal. So as we As we are sitting down to record this. There's some news that's out there, and of course, the most interesting stuff that we're finding is Gordon Murray finally took the wraps off his. Off his new SUPERCAR, his t fifty supercar, Gern, Gordon Murray very famously designed a series of f one cars had a relationship with the Clarendon did the McLaren won Three Seater Central Driving Position Car I love that car bill I know you love that car it's sort of a wishlist amongst us all. I'm sure everyone who had an opportunity to get one at one point kicking themselves now because they keep going up thirteen, million, eight, hundred, million in life be knocked twenty million dollars going nuts So there was a great video presentation that came out. With Dario Franceschini taking a touring ordinary designs during Gordon, Murray on a moto and they took the wraps off this car and It's it's. It's pretty it's pretty cool. Gordon Murray's thing has always bands. About lightweight and from this car from. The initial design in his head all the way up to what it is. Now he said a goal of no more than one thousand kilos in weight and he hit nine eighty I believe puts it somewhere around twenty one, hundred, seventy, maybe twenty one, hundred, seventy, four pounds. This is extremely lightweight way in in. Today's world. Under twenty two hundred pounds. Of. A modern day car it. The Way to do that. And explain it when you go and you watch the videos, you read the press about it. Is. You have to design this thing from the ground up. With weight savings in mind every single step of the way, the the CAR IS MONACO CARBON FIBRE the entire bodies carbon fibre everything. That could be carbon. Fibre is carbon fiber of. The the engine he went to Cosworth and said, it needs to be naturally aspirated. It needs to be the twelve. It needs to be lightweight. needs to sound fantastic and it needs to be naturally aspirated. Of course, right? So. What they came up with was three point nine Liter v twelve. Six hundred and fifty, four horsepower. Three hundred and forty four pound feet of torque again small. You Know Small Displacement High Ramming twelve thousand one hundred RPM match. Enjoyment. You know I've A. Peak power is at eleven thousand, five, hundred dollars God, and the power to the Torah curved the I think the peak torque is around nine thousand. RPM. So between nine thousand and not red line of eleven five that thing just must sound insane and. Just skewed. Now, he didn't release any performance specs yet because Gordon Murray's thing is like I tell you zero to sixty whatever. But everyone's GonNa go after that intestine. beat it. He wanted to focus on the things that meant
The Opening Bell
1-Year-Old Boy Shot In Head In Uptown, Police Say
"A one year old boy shot in the head last night in the uptown neighborhood he is being treated have Lori children's hospital this morning that's where we find WGN's Courtney goes please tell us right around seven forty last night Amanda ran into Weiss Memorial Hospital hearing that toddler who had a single gunshot wound to the head the man told police the baby was shot in the eight hundred block of west Leland near Clarendon as a group with aiming at him so spokesman for C. P. D. sending prayers that this little guy continues to pull through and make it as they work to determine how this
The Tony Kornheiser Show
NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints
"We're going to. We're going to make football show because that's what people like over the weekend. Everybody who listens to this show presumably watched all of the football games or most of all of the football guess. He missed the playoffs playoff in Hawaii. The yes I missed that one Justin Thomas I saw this morning. I thought it was really nice but I missed it last last night because it came on pretty late We're going to do you because the ratings of the NFL up all across the board because the interest in the NFL is up all across the board and because each of those those games was quite interesting in its own way including terrible terrible. Coaching decisions by both coaches in the Houston Buffalo Game. We're going to talk about out this for an extended period of time in the first segment. Michael Wilbon will join us in second segment. We're GONNA limit news and go right to old guy where we're going to talk about the Golden Globes and the matchups for next week. That's what we're going to the show probably the same length. But I WANNA do it if you don't mind I WANNA do it that way also. WanNa thank Clarendon Tola for Baking Cooke's for Claire Gary Braun Chris Cillizza Michael Kornheiser Nigel. Who has nothing to do except for on the boards because we're not sleep keeps pressing one button? So He's been news cancelled forever now just today. If you don't mind especially the best thing is not gonNa work out just I you know I'm old and I thought why not like Michael said to me last night we were talking about the possibility of of Michael. Are you shaking your head. You don't want me to. Would you go ahead down the fourth wall. People talking about Mike Lees. I won't share this on air dead. Yeah go ahead Michael Says Cillizza how how do we get rid of him. Nicely to the change in the show today. I let's start. Let's start with yesterday's which is going to go backwards. I'm just can start with the Minnesota game because of all the games the end result of that game is the most surprises so like I said on the PTI show on Friday. I'll take Tennessee. Plus Five Live and a half all day and all night doesn't mean I think they're gonNA win. I'm GONNA take those points New Orleans. Losing at home in overtime to Minnesota is stunning drew. BREES did not have a great game he had a very bad fumble in drive. That could have changed in the fourth quarter changed. Everything around. He got picked never gets picked. I mean he did not have a great game. There are three quarterbacks forty years old and up over the weekend and they all lost. We'll get to that but even with brees not having a great game. They tied the game. They got into overtime there at home and they yielded the first drive. That's it see around. see you around Kirk cousins who. I am extraordinarily critical of on a regular basis was very good and kirk cousins to Adam Adam field and had to make up for fumble early. You know but I don't feel did that pass. That wins the game. Now there's a third downplay because what you don't want to do is have to kick a field goal because because you don't want to give New Orleans the ball on the one. Yeah you don't WanNa do that. On the third downplay they go in the left. Hand top corner of the end zone to Kyle Rudolph is about twelve aid aide just like that and by the way quickly give cousins credit. That was a terrible snap. The snap his way to his right he basically knocks it with his right hand. Quickly gathers it because you it's all timing and throws a faith throws the fate and Rudolf reaches up. He's much taller than defender and he gets it in the process of doing that he pushes off. There's no question he pushes off. Does it rise to the level of offensive pass interference for me in a playoff game and I have to give context here. New Orleans has tragically lost in Hoon's replay off games in a row cheated in one cheated by by their own stupidity in another with defensive back and I mean I honestly either call offense a pass. Interference would have so I did not I mean I I watched the play. Did Not in real time necessarily see the wrangle back is in front of your Reina Vision Right. So they call it a touchdown a apparently appropriately to me and then you see the replay and and I did think to myself. Like oh my goodness could they. Could they possibly possibly overturn this. I mean it. And we've all seen their explanation and said there was handed both sides. It didn't rise to level pass interference. I mean I'm sorry by no objective measure to me was that not pass interference and in fact is in fact a couple hours later they called the same thing on hollister tight end from. I'm from Seattle and on much less meaningful circumstance but I mean I just felt like the league. We're getting out of the way this one. I mean there's no way every time it's the UNCANNY situational right. We know this. It's like it's like a Games are raft. Basketball game is reverend different right. The game is rough differently in the last thirty seconds than it it is and that's situationally you cannot. I don't think when I watched it and I watched the replay. He pushed off a little bit. Did it it was. It did not to me anyway. I think I disagree with you. Guys did not to me look agree. Gis I think Rudolph was bigger. The defensive back had his back this business. Being that push back. Chris Locate fully extends. I think it was his left arm. Yeah if he is allowed to do that he catches that ball. A hundred injured time. He cannot be defended. Unless you play. Just there's so many calls they show throughout the game when they every time on a pass Where not every time? Seventy percent of the time on a pattern when they show the slow motion the other guy. The the DB is has his arm wrapped around around the guy's waist or is holding. His arm gets there. I just think it's very subjective. That's fine but I agree with that but I would also agree that the saints should not be shafted million better cost the saints again. Plenty of opportunities it. Certainly when you were watching the game I ah in the flow of it and when tased him hill like in three straight plays a three-stroke they score a touchdown. Now it's twenty seventeen right gary to have that right was twenty. I needed to twenty twenty twenty seven hundred twenty and then they get back they get it back and take some hill like three times. Basically the the one where he runs to the left where it looks like. He's tackled and he spins runs for thirty arts. Well they're definitely going to win then. And then brees fumbled. I mean it was very i. I lost fumbling. The ball get hit. No sort of this is arm gets hit a little bit. I'm sorry I'm busy trying to reconstruct your show on the fly without telling you so allowed back in so so tension is good for the show is for Knuckleballer To to to tie it up. What was the forty nine yard or from lots? They're kicking it through. Yeah man that went about now three feet off the ground and easier kick at the end of the first half a ball Games kick forty something already three but that's an easier kick so that game. Let me say one other thing about that game as someone who was a kirk cousins fan when he was here. I'm not going to criticize Kirk. Cousins played fine. He was he was great in that last. Drive the drive. If they lose the haters are going to look at that stat line that would have been seventeen of twenty nine hundred and ninety yards picked and he didn't do anything bad. Oh he had a good game and the pass was just
The Steve Deace Show
Hogan casts doubt on GOP primary challenges by Kasich, Weld
"It should consider a primary challenge to the president at kief spoke with the governor at the Maryland state house this morning at his in Washington. Ed, good morning. Good morning. John. Sixty two year old governor HOGAN has won supporters on both sides of the aisle for his straight talking style in recent months. He's renewed his concerns about President Trump this week, for example, Maryland became the only state led by a Republican governor to sue the Trump administration over the national -mergency over border security. I think the president made some real mistakes here, and I don't think of the Clarendon using the declaration of emergency powers the right thing to do. And I think it should be challenged. So your view, it's not a national emergency. Well, it's certainly not we've exaggerated what's going on at the border. But we do have some issues down there. And here's my dad standing up to a president of his own party is something that governor learned from his father, former congressman Lawrence HOGAN, Republicans were mad as heck at them for decades, really some of them and never, you know, the the White House was pretty furious. But in retrospect, people say man, what courage who in nineteen seventy four became the first Republican congressman Richard Nixon's impeachment. No, man, not even the president of the United States is above the law. I probably learn more about integrity and one day from watching my dad during that crisis than most people learn in a lifetime now HOGAN believes many in today's Republican party have forgotten. His father's lesson. I do believe that there are people in congress and other leaders in the Republican party who who have not stood up when they disagree or when they think that the president is doing something wrong. I've not been afraid to do that. Well, let me ask you this since you're such a straight shooter is the president fit to be president. Look, I'm not in any position to judge. The the the fitness of the president. You know, I've been pretty clear I I don't like the tone that the president uses. I think there are times where he acts irrationally and makes decisions that are not only not an and does things in a way that aren't great for the Republican party or for the country or for him and his agenda for that matter. I mean, I think sometimes he can be zone. Worst enemy. So are you thinking about running for president twenty twenty? I was just sworn in a month ago for my second term. I'm I've got a lot of work to do here in Maryland, which say I'm being approached from a lot of different people. And I guess the best way to put it is. I haven't. Thrown them out of my office in two thousand sixteen HOGAN was one of the most high profile Republican officeholders to withhold support for then candidate trumps nomination and little has changed. Would you support him for reelection? I I don't see how my position with change much from before.