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"clearfield" Discussed on X96

X96

07:45 min | 2 months ago

"clearfield" Discussed on X96

"A week. 595 cells in Clearfield and online at black velvet boutique dot com. Boner candidate number one was dank gummies. That got a few votes. Um Handing a package of marijuana dummies over the cop instead of his I D. Boner candidate number three Bring my car around, Won't you good fellow that got a fair number of votes. But Came in a distant second to Boehner, candidate number two if all masks or so great why didn't we need them during the AIDS crisis? That Yeah. All right. There you go. That's the winner of Round two now qualifies to go forward and possibly be boner of the day. It will have to defeat the winner of round ones Voting You'll decide. Boner of the day at 9 20 this morning. That's when Boner fight happens Is this sponsor Gina? It should be all right. Way. Well, here he is. It's Robert Jerky. Fine. Columnist for the Salt Lake Tribune. Good morning, Mr Jerky. Good morning, guys. How are you? Good. Good. Listen, Bob, I, um Was reading. I think this is your latest column, it says here the of hundreds of bills the Utah Legislature passed these four bills. Deserve a veto. Which for Let's Let's go start with the one you think is the most egregious and let's talk about him. Well, E mean, since you guys were the boner of the day was a pandemic related. Let's start with that one, okay? Way talk before I think about the Paul Ray Endgame bill. He thinks that we're out of the woods on covert and wants to see an end to mask mandates. The Legislature by and large agrees with him. And so they set up this bill. That is a past the house had these criteria. The biggest one is getting half the population. Their first shot on then mask mandates would go away. Um, but then when they get it got Hornets and and that's maybe a workable thing. It's something health department had pushed for. They wanted they wanted something along those lines. Then, when it got over to the Senate, they just put this hard April 10th deadline Regardless where we are, in terms of in terms of how many cases we've got vaccines we've administered. How many people are in ICU? So So that's that's the hard deadline now and and Spencer Cox has the option of signing it are vetoing it, but you know if he signs it, April 10th all the mask mandates to the states issue go away, and maybe that will be fine. It's just hard to say a month from now where we're going to be in terms exactly so Yeah, it should be driven by health professionals and the more data more than anything, I think, actually, actually, the governor has three options. When it comes to any of these bills right there, you can sign it. Or he can veto it. Or he could just not do anything. And if he does nothing, then it becomes law anyway. It became law without a signature. Have you effective? Yeah. You can do that with them. He could do that with any of the legislation right? He just looks the other way. Well, yeah, it's not giving his blessing to it cracked condoning it, But it's allowing him to take a fact and And if he vetoes and frankly, I mean, there's probably enough support in the Legislature override that he's gotta recognize that I'm sure so if they put him in a tough spot, Yeah. What else did caught your eye there? You won't talk about the chronic free speech amendment toward Yeah. I mean, this is a cleverly named one right? I mean the music. That's why would build thistles about the consternation that Republicans have that they're being treated unfairly on social media platforms, and I'm fairly censored. On do what they're doing is they're saying that, you know, Okay. Twitter, Facebook, etcetera. You have to have, uh, speed set policies that you gotta notify somebody that they're being moderated. And you've gotta have an appeals process for that person who feels that they're digging. Moderated unfairly. And then it gives the attorney general the authority to investigate whether these air being unfairly applied and you can see the problems. I think that arrives with the state of Utah. Tries to legislate restrictions on these global giant global companies, especially as it pertains to free speech right and how they conduct their business and what they are and are not allowing people to say And so, um, you know it's the legislative attorneys have warned that is probably unconstitutional. On and that didn't really matter. They passed that night. There was never stopped by. Yeah, they're willing to take the fight on. Pay the attorneys season and challenge this. Um, it Z Just not. It's just not a well crafted piece of legislation. It's not really workable, and I think it's one that probably should be vetoed. The interesting one. About this, though, is that the sponsor of the bill, Senator Mike McKell. Is governor Cox, his brother in law, So I think that could create an interesting family dynamic like if he vetoes is his brother in law says, Well, we're not coming over for dinner anymore. I think there could be some free speech legislation to make him come to do that thing. Yeah, Let's put this in a little more context of help me understand this So these big companies like Facebook and Twitter and so forth. They could do whatever they want, essentially because they're private companies. This is not set there, not censoring anybody there private companies and they can choose whether or not they wanted. Opted. You agree to their terms. And if you don't follow their terms, they conduct you. But what about this part of the the equation? Does there need to be? Some sort of federal regulation on these companies, as there is on broadcast, as there is on print media right now, there they are able to operate in any way they want. Should there be in getting federal regulation? Yeah. I mean, it is a little bit of the Wild West and Senator Mike Lee talked about how they need to be regulated. It kind of depends on which way you want to see the regulations go. You want to see that? You want to keep them from I'm being responsible, and you know Controlling to some degree what they're putting out there because obviously we saw Russia exploited this. I mean, that's that's been established. And so you know where you got a It is Wild West right now. There needs to be some sort of guide poster or or, you know, guardrails on these companies. Right. I mean, that's a big issue. Big question in this company. It's a rapidly evolving technology on DSA. Oh, it's It's not a simple with something that you know where you talk and say, Hey, we're gonna do this on our own. Well, the difference between broadcast and this is obviously you know, we're federally licensed way operated the graces of the government where Facebook and Twitter. Well, I don't have to be sort of like, well, that's what I'm that's what I'm saying that you could do that with those you could say From now on, you have to be federally licensed. And I think that would be a First Amendment violation because we're not federally licensed. They mean they're not federally licensed. That would be suddenly I think, you know. Yeah. I mean, you have to get to a point where you say the broadband is the public. The public owns the band and that were the case. Then, then the government needs to help improve the broadband for everyone. If that's the case. That's not really how it was built out, so you have to go on a turn of the things on it had a little. What happened with that piece of legislation that bill that they wanted that they said, We're going to make sure that every device that sold in the state of Utah has some sort of porn filter on it. Yeah, that one past That's another one that I kind of see is a target for vetoing just because again, it's kind of unworkable to tell at all in Google that when they deliver a phone, it has to have this piece of software installed and enabled..

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"clearfield" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"clearfield" Discussed on Z104

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"clearfield" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"clearfield" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Today a bigger than Black Friday or cyber Monday but few on this side of the planet have heard of it it's eleven eleven also known as singles day or double eleven a twenty four hour shopping frenzy hosted by the Chinese E. commerce giant Alibaba wow so can we get it I'm not though because the internet is world reaching I'm not a hundred percent sure drunken Clearfield man Clearfield Pennsylvania place in jail with his vacuum why as a leader and he wants to keep the jail cell play Lawrence township police responded to a man struggling to walk down the Clearfield Shawville highway with a vacuum cleaner Jason Schmoke thirty a can of paint was seen walking the white fog line of the highway in and out of traffic struggling with a large box containing his Bissell vacuum cleaner Schmoke I was identifying the found that he had had a warrant for unpaid fines the report Schmoke was also drinking alcohol while on probation with a no alcohol clause I'm just here to hear you say from dog food painter told to cease and desist by owner a dog vigilante who spray painted rings around dog mass on a coastal path has been told to stop doing I like that so he's highlighting I'll people don't clean out yeah that's good for you two wrongs don't make a right I know by Hey pick that stuff yeah but don't paint permanent paint on the sidewalk circling the poop your damn car the day was no luggage out there yourself extra time I don't want to hear the you didn't have this to you didn't have that we have these and you didn't have that little rock Conway police officer suspended after dancing naked at a night club Conway police officer has been suspended after he was recorded dancing naked at a little rock nightclub last month line one jobs soldier field officers seem Bron Hackett was suspended without pay for thirty days in order to complete remedial training after dancing after a mediocre win over the lions yesterday on the like no he was off duty and appeared to be highly intoxicated when I removed all of his clothes at discovery night club on October thirteenth so it's not good only by the way before we move on an eight foot big foot eight foot big foot statue stolen from Florida mattress store where do you see that you yeah if we don't know what big foot looks like what is big foot you know what I did yes this week you you didn't even the I. I'd stuck one up there it's all I don't know I itself on your last week and they won yeah but they did against I don't remember I don't remember what will be but if we don't know big fun right we don't know what the full looks like how could you have an eight foot at eight foot three inter pound statue of Sasquatch went missing last month from outside mattress monsters in Boynton beach Florida the figure is valued at like three grand return return the big foot statue please when we come back more Florida or Ohio nonsense I don't know which and then again with that's the beauty Dan we will join us from house out with a report on the bears such first our team's offensive coordinator designs plays for every possible offense of scenario on the field whether it's screen passes to the running back along bombs to wide receiver the right calls are made to get the team to its called the end zone and just like an offensive strategy when tres creates a game plan to help you reach your financial goals off the field a checking account for your family for savings account for your kids mortgage.

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Firefighters let girl paint their nails after car crash

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Firefighters let girl paint their nails after car crash

"To Utah firefighters responded a car crash left the scene with purple manicures after calling a young girl upset of the collision or Davis fire police say the two dads all fathers of young girls sued the upset girl by allowing her to paint their nails after the car accident in the northern Utah city of Clearfield this is Donald on

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"clearfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Thank you a stirring things up i am the leader of the church and society outreach avar methodist church in clearfield and i would not have guessed the jeff sessions with one of ours we wouldn't have thought it and i have a copy of the social principals of the united methodist church for twenty seventeen through twenty twenty and i'm sending that to him and i have highlighted the part that the to the rights of immigrants and it's only four one section is only four sentences long in the last denton says that we posed immigration policies separate family members for each other or include detention of families with children we call a local churches to be in ministry with immigrant family you you you talking about this literally break it's breaking my heart it break it's breaking my heart i know but in mall churches as well as surface and large cities to are serving not just immigrant populations but pork and people who are hungry and people who don't have adequate housing access to food you know food scarcity is the big problem we have a sneaker closet we've put she's on kids and coast on anybody that needs one in the wintertime and we're not the only searches area but doing things like that so if there's any hope is going to come from the grass roots come from small you know from from from small places thank you thanks for calling and thank you for the work that you're doing and showing what compassion with with within you know your your group your church your organizations there are a lot of great people working hard and to me i'm going to tell you the thing that hurts me with what liz is talking about she has to send our attorney general a pamphlet to remind him to be a human being to remind him of how his own church is working he's a member of this which means he should post to support what that church supports and therefore he's not doing that and yeah does does let's talk to john in minneapolis john you're on the subway miller show i just wanted to say that you know i think part of the problem for you know that the reason we have donald trump is that we haven't talked about nazismfascism and the holocaust enough each conversations should be judged on its own merits i don't agree with gordon i think he's wrong put something like that and i'm also part of jewish you cannot put something like that in a little box and tuck it away and take it out and talked about it just like you can't with martin luther king and you shouldn't sewing thing that he started martin luther king and the two are very much linked this is an ongoing thing and also the second thing is you know the the right is is rising all around the world but it's not in power in denmark it's not in power in norway is not in power in france not in power in germany it's empower here think that people should you know look or look tom snyder you know the twenty things that yeah great book everybody should read it and look at the interview that amy goodman did you know we have a lot of potential right here in this city we nominated ilhan omar it's the molly african american african african african woman you know to congress and i think she's going to win but we have glimmers of hope in a you know a media outlets of despair i mean yeah it's really funny cbs chairman and a lot of the heads of media corporation that they can make money off of lying and telling you know just absolutely you know i think that to go on i think that rupert murdoch's mother who i'm sure is in heaven she was knighted by queen elizabeth for rightfully so for doing things for children lee doing it physically i mean she didn't just give money she was very very upset with him in fact i don't think she talked to him thank you john thank you so much is it how you can call them nazis yeah yeah the number here is three two three four six eight.

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"clearfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Down east and west right now up clearfield what am i tell you what if they are getting off eighty clearfield take two to nineteen around this accident because they have you going up pre twenty two that's where i'm sitting still right now three twenty two yes the twenty four hours ago that's the we had we had the heavy rains pushing through rights came through and the wind and now a turning often ten dot didn't get out here and time put salt down before people started acting like idiots and crashing any idea what your current temperature is is it right just a little below freezing or how cold is it between twenty five and thirty two but if you get past the college going east there's nothing out there the roads are bare and dry it just all west to state college right now about middle estate going west ohio but not just be careful out here and after going through clearfield stay on to nineteen you're not come up one fifty three to three twenty two but it's a parking lot well thank you so much for the heads up hope you don't have to sit there too long get much aid so yup i look at it the radar i can see that there are light returns of snow even over into eastern pa but some of the darker hues and obviously the that's the area where he's talking about and central portions of the state and the same for new york you've got this some heavier snow in central new york light returns coming back all the way up into eastern europe and i'd not down to new york city at this point but.

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"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"Right i think your your your anecdotal experiences totally backed up by research i mean one of the most surprising things that we came across in the book was that diversity can really be a safeguard against these kind of big failures and when when i say diversity i mean both surface level diversity you know race gender but i also mean diversity and professional backgrounds there's a great study that shows that community banks through the financial crisis they were more likely to fail if they had more bankers on their board and it's because you know you'd think that bankers would be good at running a bank right but if they had too many bankers then nobody was kind of questioning is decisions if on the other hand they had you know doctors lawyers you know people in public service those people would say like hey i don't understand this you need to explain this more and so the the group think would be broken and i think we need to see i think companies are starting to realize this and and we need to see kind of more thought going into how these decisions are made what the processes around one more quick question the book is meltdown wire systems fail and what we can do about it co author chris clearfield is joining me how do you how do you encourage descent you know what i'm saying i mean it's like how does that happen how do you do that yeah it's a great question i mean you know so often we see people who are talked about as being courageous for speaking up and i think we need to shift the conversation a little bit i think we need to recognize that it's actually a courageous and challenging act to listen to dissent there's a there's a great story in the book where a sailor on an aircraft carrier drops a.

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"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"Okay so so much to talk about here well i think it you know there's the quantity of cooks but you also need the right cooks in the kitchen ray and i think that that's something that we see over and over again where bigger innovations are are making decisions in a way that kinda prevents people from breaking through group think and and really insulates the people inside the company is from skepticism we have a quote from we we have a quote in in the book which is about this idea that sports team should have this vice president of common sense it's bill bill simmons is writing about that and basically he thinks that you should just bring in a fan to kinda they don't sit in any of the pre meetings just when a team is planning a big trade they bring in this fan and the fan says yeah that's a good idea or no that stupid here are the reasons why and i think over and over again we see companies making big important decisions or more often not making decisions because they're so comfortable with the with the technology or or kind of with their own perspective you know in the technology world i mean i think the facebook the facebook thing we're seeing over the last couple of weeks is really an example of this where you know if they had brought in the kind of you know common average casual facebook user a couple of years ago and said hey here's how we're gonna let researchers use your data here's how this is gonna work what do you think about that i mean i don't think that they would be in the in the situation that that we see them in today emphasize this enough chris clearfield i think it's really important what you're talking about because i've seen this time and time again there is there's this group thing consensus and by the way if you're the person in the meeting not saying that i was this person but i was.

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"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"Take me the timing of this book might not be any couldn't possibly be better it's called meltdown why our systems fail and what we can do about it author chris clearfield is joining me on the phone right now chris thanks so much for coming on the show today thank you i mean look boeing i don't know if you saw the news boeing got hit by the wannacry ransomware basically shutting down production in the city of atlanta locked down we had the pedestrian bridge fail in florida with tragic consequences let alone you know the big bridge minneapolis and all the examples that you have in your book you know the the the the metro train in dc what is going on with all of these what are essentially entirely preventable either tragedies in the case where lives are lost or or incidents where companies and cities are losing a ton of money and a lot of face yeah i mean the the the deline it's just a litany of example right and i think one of the things that we saw as we worked on this book is that just are examples of this just bigger phenomenon that's kind of happening over and over again which is our systems have gotten so complex that they are able to these kinds of failures and ultimately vulnerable to meltdowns and you know what we see is we see a kind of scenario where all these conflicts systems you have a series of small errors that often seem unrelated that can snowball into these you know these huge problems and from you know all the examples you went through i think are just kind of textbook examples of this is unreal so just really quick before we dive too much deeper into your great new book it's called meltdown wire systems fail and what we can do about it i mean how do you feel about self driving cars right where they're all talking to each other eventually incensing everything and it'd be become this massive organism that gets us from point a to point beat that's hyper complex right.

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"clearfield" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"I know interviewing chris clearfield and underash till chick who are the authors of meltdown why systems fail and what we can do about it now low guys how are you hi we're great thanks for having us the basic premise we all know we live in a more complex world but what you're pointing at is not the different areas that are themselves complex it's the connections between the areas so the brains a complex organism but you're really looking at the synapses as opposed to the fact that there is a media low benet medusa oblong gotta you're right there's a lot more connections and one of the consequences of those connections is that there are these opportunities for these small failures to kind of spiral out of control and caused these really big issues an example that i think will resonate with a lot of us is airlines there have been so many examples in the past couple of years of airlines that have had just massive delays in their whole fleets you know they've had to ground lanes passengers of piled up in airports hundreds of thousands of passengers have been affected by this and it's not because there's a problem with the planes or the pilots or that the passengers aren't there the problem is in the airline reservation systems and those problems come from somebody pulling out a chord incorrectly and so that's just a great example of this you have these sort of small failures that just really balloon out of control and have these huge and costly impacts ultimately your airlines always get me thinking because we've all had the experience where we go up to the gate and we ask something like oh can you assign my frequent flyer number two my ticket and they're like this machine doesn't talk to that machine right really i thought it was two thousand eighteen in finance to we have in the book we we write about this company called night capital which was a really big and well respected wall street trader that basically nobody outside of wall street had ever heard of until they failed really there is kind of a day where they were starting to trade in a new way and on that day attack i had forgotten to roll.

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"clearfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sets us up for failure because they make it really hard to control things once things start to go south and as i understand it complexity makes the problem hard to find it's buried deep in computer code it's it's an underwater well and coupling is the thing that spreads it over networks if i'm describing correctly yeah i think i think that's a good i think that's a good way to think about it i mean you know it's very exotic but but bp's deepwater horizon accident you know and and the subsequent oil spill is a really really a textbook example of this so complexity meant that you know they're drilling miles and miles under the sea under the surface they can't just send a guy down to figure out what's going on and so you know you see that they use these computer models they tried to kind of model what they were supposed to do they made some mistakes they kind of took some shortcuts and you end up in this situation where these mistakes they spiral out of control well into this the oil has nowhere to go but up right so once the mistakes are made and the kind of the diet cast you can't put the genie back in the bottle you can't turn back the clock i'm speaking with chris clearfield and andrea till chick about their book meltdown where systems fail and what we can do about it here on wnyc midday you call this the golden age of meltdowns what what a great thing to know i'll give you a couple of recent examples you can choose which one to talk about a bridge in florida that collapsed and killed people even though cracks had been seen a helicopter that crashed into the hudson river it was last week when someone just with her elbow i think accidentally clicked off the fuel pump yeah i mean you know i think both are great examples of of this idea that and of course we should also say that both are very preliminary right i mean there will be actually i think both investigations will probably be run by.

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"clearfield" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on Connect FM

"For great and local talent at clearfield jefferson help wanted the top local jobs that work the death them accuweather forecast mostly sunny skies today with a high of forty mainly clear tonight with a low of eighteen partly sunny tomorrow with a high of forty five partly cloudy tomorrow night with a shower in the area late and a low of twenty nine kantor tuesday some snow possible in the morning otherwise considerably cloudy skies with a high of forty two accu weather the the hour throughout your day here on bail mm boom boom boom boom boom you know every day in almost every way vis digital revolution is certainly changing our lives well we hear it into tomorrow are here to hopefully make it easier for you more productive more fun more interesting certainly let us handle any digital dilemma that you may have i'm dave grave line were happy to help you anytime that you've got a question about anything involving consumer tech twenty four hours a day seven days a week our lines are open will get you on the very next show and it's fun to participate jot down the number i'm about to give you or even better use the audio option on the free into tomorrow app just search lose two words in your favor dap's door into tomorrow and then participate by hitting the audio option and then you recorded quest jim make a comment help another listener share with.

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"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"The organic juice hugh is the one real ballhandler in other words guys have been shoot but there are nervous themselves very sloppy ball him in this game direct tv not clamoring for pac 12 hoops if there watching this again the bears are off with within eight points this game was there for the taking can they executed the offense event is the question down chefs kohl well he is in pursuing other drive kick out the common are the right way back pursuing sowing takes writes the most gives it up to tacoma nkoma takes a look at the shot clock which is a ten home into how to penetrate into the pain his lefthanded scoopshot no good cold weather the apprentice fikret there's within six excuse me eight forty five or thirty so you're right now it was race and this they that score plate the crowd was right news right sidelined with the bailey back on top of troy brown crossover dribble picks up his dribble nowhere to go the basketball back out the prichard at eight on the shot clock mob inside to paul white stumbled out of bounds oh and another nickel babar down in the box bigger calling following pull roaming the lob pass muster got this test up into macintosh the whistle at a tough father two six t filed against the bears against the shot clock care kim 1138 the play pierce now by six is the golden bear's basketball network from clearfield state farm agent get what's important you even in a deafening crowd so much they farm insurance host protect you many common accidents yes i know needs is this guy this guy does not have an accident wiz whites given.

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"clearfield" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Want us to absorb all performance line absolute mobster monster of a day in college football what we know uh the playoffs kings will likely be drastically changed when the new rankings out on tuesday because we've got three games that give us top kgb against at tottenham team and several more that give us ranked team against ranked team egged drama started last night the committee everett phrase i think mel it'll all work itself out it started to do that a little bit with what happened last night when stanford played washington though russia this uh they got the snap somehow here's law running your eye leaves over tu wien what was five seconds left judges snapped with about half per se very wash there was expecting a delay again god man i'll pay dirt second sore the day stanford clearfield sports scotland s p and are on the call brice level one hundred sixty six yards on thirty carries three scores washington on june twelve done it sorting itself out eib ggames story when you're on the road as washington wasn't palo alto accused we saw us on a few years ago when i was upset oklahoma state on a friday night and they're dangerous and you think about last night a fourteen to seven lead for for the washington huskies an opportunity kick field goal they said no we're going to go 404 th and a yard yard and a half an gaskin was stopped early stanford uh to really dominated you think about washington and they're year that they expected to have dari they need playmakers to step up and they had those guys but unfortunately chico mcclatch sure got hurt earlier in the year after the season they lost john ross that he nfl so mcclatch or was a key guy along with dante pettus now all you have leftist pettus they were able to contain him last night stanford second and they rolled they were down 14th seven budding three unanswerable borg and they win thirty david all who's worth a lot of points on the sidelines one of the best coaches in college they chance now for the pact welsh area they do but nobody's play in for a spot in the college football player from that league the pal nobody with them to law and it's not a strong enough league to even consider aid to la team getting.

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"clearfield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Down number forty you heard it from the sooner sports there were from friendlier field oklahoma avoided the upset in dramatic fashion rodney anderson ran 22 yours for the go ahead scored seven seven seconds to go ninthranked suitors forty two thirty five best in kansas state baker mayfield through for four attended accounted for four touchdowns eanet that a wind down in about five texas cowboy subtle eligible to snap rolls out lab looks hesitate two cowboys cowboys cowboys cowboys yes the cowboys won cowboy sports network malir clearfield oklahoma states remind richards endzone interception ito held the ten thranked cowboy slide pass texas thirteen ten mason rudolf through for to 82 as they won but the fifth straight time een austin seconds left diagana twenty eight four yards justice are far away one i'm away hitters up five oh boy one in tallahassee as heard right here on espn radio florida state now two and four that lastsecond field goal heading jimbo fissures team its latest lost thirty one 28 to louisville fsu oh and three at home for the first time since seventy four fisher exiting the feel that dough campbell stadium a fan yelled to the coat that he needed to make changes on his staff fischer reportedly responding that the fed should come to the field and argue with him face to face and exchange he regretted post game behavior fan are you are you going to be low fane no problem with its weighing in on you know who on us were will find scratching coaching play in and you see the army's ireland's kids and understands on education that was all your your nephew your cousin or your friend keep support the whole dis one every game of the lca as we take you back to age down on the other side is the stroh's get it done in game 7 to reach the fall classic that's next this is espn radio.

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"clearfield" Discussed on X96

X96

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on X96

"Did take a blowtorch and burly ages a little bit and then try to sell on the iridium it's an ancient book let's see i have people who'd by that all right we will take a break and we will be back in a bit duel played and eminem wrapped for you not all thing but but some of it last half eminem just did a it was a contest array of ward show or something he was 4 the tenuous forbie team but it's it was a freestyle another thing petition well no it was a it's it's a little something that you know that in the community they do where it's a freestyle impromptu kind of a thing because there's a couple of parts in it where he stops says let me start over um but yeah i'll just play the second half for you it's the most powerful part of it will have that for you coming up standby io though black velvet boutique yes gene no i did she says bill has a bill had bigger a sexual wellness resource store in clearfield field uh yeah it's donna that the locally owned and operated it they want you to have a positive experience shopping there they don't want you to be embarrassed um they want to educate you about sex don't be embarrassed about it now you can shop anonymously there and go in and and get your items and wave but if you have questions judgment free shopping all inclusive environment they don't want you to be uncut arc uncomfortable and then workshops too yeah and their free sometime stores have have sex workshops and they do you have to pay for these are free there are open seven days a week to ninety three south state in clearfield if this is not a poor store or a novelty store it's a sexual wellness resource.

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"clearfield" Discussed on X96

X96

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on X96

"Look like donkeys not never my legs mas malukus of illness boots so's boots as the monsters lurking nuri my big flatscreen tvs need scarlett joe hanson because they're both radi okay it's a good place to snap i think right there you want to know a good place to stop all give you a good place to stop the moggi you up crash i fifteen south downhill field road lately blocking the hov lane in the left shoulder traffic is back to six fifty north clearfield uh peace trying to move the crash off the freeway but it is slow going second deri crash new york near dispersed when i was telling you about a linked parkway uh so if you're trying to get through clearfield cell phone i fifteen you're having major delays through that area that's traffic we've got boehner is round one coming up after some commercials and hear your candidates boehner candidate number one come on path come on it's time to take long nap oh i o k boater candidate number two doesn't tired couple of popsicle six around it wait for the swelling to go down and bumper candidate number three build the wall build the wall all right hose three candidates in round one of the boehner voting coming up after these along with big boy news and opinion you know there's still a um downtown farmer's market during the week o on thursday on thursdays the evening market so four to six pm well ford at dusk i should say that's probably a little longer than six isn't it the way back produce market featuring about twenty vendors during the peak of the harvest you'll find all kinds of shopping for produce meat cheese and other locallyproduced food says the much smaller outlets tuesday's not thursday's oh that's all i'm sorry mark judge arthur yeah yes that's why we're talking about it today because right today tonight tuesdays the farmers' markets in pioneer park and the smaller size of the mid week markelle fultz intimate it's you hold i mean the one on saturdays fond but it's yes is just pop in and get your stuff for dinner tonight and produce and that sort of thing yeah so.

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"clearfield" Discussed on X96

X96

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"clearfield" Discussed on X96

"People are will misinterpret yes or interpreted exactly how you will on it but they may be fans of the show yeah traffic yes heavy turned away have you forgotten what no i don't have my headphones i can wear headphones we lay will you take the hat on y'all i want the head on heavy traffic trying to access the west gatete hill airforce base in clearfield city sr one 93 is not much better option traffic is heavy there as well uh crash fifty four hundred south fifty two hundred west east and westbound traffic closed down fifty four hundred south this was an auto fidesz torlina accidents or will be closed cory while use an alternate route they're crash eastbound right lane 41st south at forty second west they came to us we are tech three three nine eight six two minutes text me says will now you have assured the people can't wear here i got a lot of those okay i have gotten to those tshirts from the needle exchange people it says on it can you catch gonorrhea in a hot tub and i thought well we're we're my ever going to wear the shirt yeah i to the welcome to the rubber room i said earlier i know where i can that crowd yeah and and i might work of the grocery store 'cause i don't really care uh we ever boehner candidate surf around one though my supposed to read them here i don't know you have your headphones on me okay yeah boehner candidate number one coming up this is the attorney general understand the concept of irony number two disrespectful a racist old and number three all right surround william boehner voting coming up right.

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