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"clemen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Goodwill way. More than anything in the world. Eight year old Clementine's Wong wanted to be blonde when she grew up. Chinese school When she was supposed to be memorizing characters for dictation. She drew pencil Crown self portrait depicting herself as the puzzle Smurfette. Barbie. She was certain she would undergo a metamorphosis at puberty, her straight black hair with soften into blond curls like those of Amy March, who looked very pretty on the cover of little women. Her secondary desire was to get the attention of her older sister, Constance never wanted to play. To achieve this. Clementine's stood in front of the television, while constant studied a VHS tape of the 1988 Miss Hong Kong pageant. Constants believe she was destined to be Miss Hong Kong or at least miss photogenic. He walked around the house with a book on her head to perfect her posture and did aerobics while listening to Leslie Cheung albums on the families on Lee Cassette tape player. Moved. Constant said she was watching reigning Miss Hong Kong and Miss Chinese International Michelle Racist swimsuit interview mimicking the beauty queens and mannerisms. No, I like it here. Come in time. Put her hands on her hips, Move, dummy. I was in the living room first common time, said. I was in the living room first yesterday, constants countered. I was in the living room first last week. Was born before you so I was in the living room first. Take that second best Constance Hist. Come in time. Didn't know what to say. So she repeated herself. I was here first. Mom Constant shouted Lemon thyme didn't want to get in trouble. So she sat down on the floor to the left of the television and picked up a Nancy Drew book she had borrowed from the public library. Your mother entered the living room. Constant smiled. The good part's coming up, she said in perfect Cantonese. Clemen time pretended to read for a few minutes while her mom's out with Constance. Then she retired to her room to play with dolls. She had one Barbie, and she liked to make believe that the doll was a baseball player or detective or explorer. Constants also had a Barbie, but she had converted the doll and to miss Hong Kong, complete with sash and tiara. She had even colored the doll's hair with her mom's dark brown hair dye. This year. The doll's name was Michelle. Changed from pageant to pageant taking on the names of winners. Clementine's doll was called Barbie. Because that's her name. Each day, Clemen time brush the dolls blond hair 100 times she'd read in a book that it was the magic number required for a perfect name. When she was done. She brushed her own hair and counted each stroke with her eyes closed as if she is playing hide and seek. At the end of 100 strokes, she would open her eyes and look in the mirror. She was always disappointed that her hair remained black. During their common time played with a hole in the elbow of her expo 86 sweatshirt, a gift from an aunt who had visited Vancouver the year of the world's fair. Constance was sitting next to her. Back was straight and the hem of her dress film neatly over her knees, which she held tightly together. You're still holding your child. Six wrong, dummy, Constant said. Not see I can pick anything up. Clementine's picked up a piece of beef and stuck it in her mouth. She cute it with gusto. It's wrong. Your stupid because you weren't born in Hong Kong. You were born in Vancouver. Your stupid banana. We speak Cantonese without banana accent. Constant spoke softly so that their parents couldn't hear what she's saying. Shut up! Jerk face, Clementine's shouted, slamming her chopsticks on the table. Your parents for that. Don't talk like that to your older sister there, Mom said in Cantonese. I'm sorry. Come in time, replied in English that she didn't feel that she was in the wrong When your parents weren't watching. She showed Constance a mouthful of two greens and beef. My book, Constant said. Clementine's shut her mouth. He tried very hard to hold her chopsticks correctly so her parents would love her as much as they loved Constance. The girls at school didn't like playing with common time she rock house like a boy and didn't like to talk about clothes or horses. Sometimes you like to sit inside for the entire lunch hour and read a book rather than play with other Children. What are you doing? Amanda asked her one rainy afternoon. Reading, Clementine's said, reading what Chantelle asked Book, Clementine said. She disliked Amanda and show in town who both liked animals, princesses and the color pink. I know it's hard to read, Amanda said. Not really. It's pretty easy, common time, said. My dad says Chinese people have squinty eyes, Amanda said. It makes it hard for you to see You're our weird, Chantelle said. At least I don't have glasses, Clemen, time, said. Lisa don't have glasses, Shantel mimicked. Though she was wearing glasses. You do have glasses, four eyes, Clementine's said, but at least she's not ugly, Amanda said. And I'm not Chinese, Chantelle added. I'm Canadian, Clementine's said. My dad says you're not, Amanda said. Clementine in order..
"clemen" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The the looting and violence is never, ever ever ever justified. But this is a great example of what people on all sides of the issue of every race, including cops have desperately wanted to talk about. Really. Police reform riel reform of how we deal with mental health calls. Cops want that a lot. Tim Scott, Senator. Tried to get legislation going in the Senate. He was shut down by Chuck Schumer because they'd rather have the issue than the solution. Here's a video to see if there's audio of this because of TV stations looking at it a guy that came into one of these stores without Dolly and loaded up a washing machine and headed out the door in the name of racial justice. Now that's preparing go big or go home. Go big and go home and wash clothes. They're brand new washer right there in the walmart with a dolly and took out a washing machine, a different store in which Ah black own store. By the way, the owners of the place they're black guys just completely wiped out. That will devastate their family finances, perhaps forever. Now, this particular shooting. I've read some of the details, but as always, you know different sides or claiming different things, and I just don't feel the need to jump into it. Personally 48 hours in because the details usually change over time. Ah! But if you're not going to cover these things, you know, originally in theory, it was to get some sort of justice that you know, the police are out of control of their hunting black men or the things you've been a better trained or whatever The issue is And if it doesn't get any coverage, the writing or the original event that seems like that's bad news for people who believe the police are out of control. Need better training? Yes, is it's just It's not getting the attention, right. It's hurting everybody to not cover these things. You know, I hate to be one note Johnny over here, But I'm looking at this story in the Wapo by one Robert Clemen co On the second night of mass demonstrations over the fatal police shooting at center of the gentleman. About 1000 protesters marched through the streets of West Philadelphia on Tuesday, demanding justice for Walter Raleigh's junior. Following a smaller protest that turned destructive. On Monday, The governor deployed the National Guard, too. Help police protect property and quell unrest in the state's largest city. Monday's demonstrations and looting there is burn graft. Three. There we have it. Left chops damaged in atleast 30 officers injured, including one hospitalized with a broken leg. Oh, I think you guys were putting spin on the washing machine story. I've just blocked you text. Yeah, I'm not gonna In fact, stop listening. That level of pun will just not on their years. I will not wash feel partner expression. He's gone. Zo now you're blocked. No, can you I don't have that crap on my hair. So anyway, all right, That's enough of this guy said looters should be shot on sight on Twitter last night and got banned. Calling for violence. I don't think they allow that. Shooting looters is been a thing. Oh, yeah, Well, I know Luther shooters. I mean, for one thing way, I think, perhaps even on these airwaves after natural disasters when vampires movingly looting people's homes. I think perhaps certain radio personalities have suggested that would be appropriate. So the first now you're banned from social media the first time The New York Times I think is dipped its toe in the Joe Biden Hunter Biden Possible corruption story and said, Hey, this is worth taking a look at, so we'll take a look at what they said, among other things coming up. Fall is here. So now's your chance to.
Why Rent Your Marketing When You Should Own It?
"Hello and welcome to another episode or the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John. Jansen my guest today actually have two guests today, Clem Huffman, and Alexa are Sierra with south. Print in Charlotte North Carolina. So clemen Alexa thanks for joining me. I. Start with do you founded this business in Nineteen Eighty Eight Let's change in the printing business hasn't. John Absolutely. You're making you're making plates and slap an on and everything weren't you? Won't of copies a of plates you're right lot of masking but yeah, it's changed the time. Yeah. So so we're GONNA talk about some of those changes because some of that came about from you. Probably in some ways the reason you brought Alexa on his you guys are doing more than just print. So Alexei your. Did I get this right. You are recent very recent Grad of UNC wars I. Am I graduated from Chapel Hill's media and journalism school this past may yeah. So I get to ask you how is the real word different than what teach you about marketing in school? Is actually kind of funny. I didn't fully study marketing and. Advertising and PR. which as you know is Large branches of marketing. So. It's definitely interesting. It's it's been a great experience working. Here at socity Prenton getting to implement marketing and. Utilize advertising and pr just of those things outside of a school setting. Impact as you say, I think the thing that's so hard to replicate a course in an in an academic setting is that you know that customer that walks in the door You know you're you're you're not just studying. What they care about I mean you're talking in your, you're feeling what they're. You know needing and wanting and and I think that that that's the part that you. You know it's like trying to replicate stuff in a laboratory. You just really again, it's a lot more enjoyable for sure. So. So printing is a very visual business obviously. The. It's amazing how you know ink on paper looks different than on a screen. Looks different than on camera on the phone and whatnot. Has Has. All of the shift to the virtual world made. The case for a printing business harder and I, answer either one of you. Think it's harder. certainly. In the last recession we were. There was a lot of migration to the -Ture. Techniques Communicating I think now there are a lot of there's a lot of data that suggests that tangible. documents a postcard to use. The simplest example. Has a lot more power than it did. It's it does get delivered the post office pretty good at delivering and it it it if it's good, it'll be retained. If it's good, it'll be used. We've kind of connected the tangible direct mail with some some Ma digital advertising. Through a partnership we've joined and we feel pretty good about the ability to multi touch. Selects authority on my chest adore. I'll just let's just savable I walked in the door and I said, you know I'll just text you this stuff I, mean, why would I need I mean what's how do you make the case for? Just what Clem talked about the multi touch the multi. Mediums I mean, how do you make the case for direct mail or for a print brochure these days? Yeah. Little something that Clement I talk about a lot is how I think some people might misunderstand the impact that direct mail and More traditional forms of marketing actually have on business effort. So for example, millennials. Actually are one of the. Biggest I guess demographics that benefit from enjoy receiving direct mail so I think it's the data is behind A. Direct mail and more traditional forms of print marketing. Where it's the data speaks for itself and also I think because more digital were straightforward forms of marketing are popular. Right now is a great way for businesses to stand out by using Prenton.
"clemen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Data has news 93.1 kfbk plenty of this afternoon high 87 to 91. Stay clear to Diallo, 54 to 58. Tomorrow, Sunshine, a high 88 to 92. Earning hotter on Saturday, the fourth of July. Sonny Hine 95 to 99 backing weather meteorologist 5 93.1 Kfbk, and it's 88 in Roseville. L Grow showing anyone. GALT, 82 now 6 41 at KPK as we're building a better Sacramento. Every great city has a song, and now Sacramento has a new one. Let's hear it. Delta Breeze is what this one is called Thie idea came when singer songwriter Colman Charles was having coffee with Councilman Steve Hanson came up with this brilliant idea. Hey, wouldn't you like to have a song? For that, You know, we have a lot of art was wrong And I'm thinking, why would you do that? Let's do it. Originally from Barbados, Clemen has adopted Sacramento as his hometown. For me, the people, one was key. The murals the King's fish at will spare downtown life. I mean, it's just all in one. On the back, and when it came to the song Delta Breeze, he said he wanted make it accessible, emitted catching so that Children could sing it and, you know, families sit back and enjoy Brandon Darnell from visit, Sacramento says it really evokes a feeling I listen to it. It made me just want to kind of float down the river with a drink in my hand and get outside. We've all been stuck inside for so long that.
"clemen" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Remind me and the base- awed you wouldn't believe on other things cheaper Why this correct use for my man us and that was produced wasn't written was written by a near McLeod and Edmund Clement but it was produced by Edmund clemen Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and this song you remind me helped usher a Grammy Award for best smale? R&B Vocal performance in two thousand and two this was ushers first grammy and it had Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis his footprints all over this composition temporarily. This song was very popular in two thousand and one it hit number one another number one. US Billboard hot one hundred hit number one on the hot rb hip hop songs number six all mainstream top forty and number two on the US rhythmic charts. I'm GONNA leave you with a leave you with a newer song that that was done Sometime last year and it became a hit this year for the legendary Mr People Pricing. who he he himself selfish an accomplished singer and songwriter? Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis put their fingerprints on this song. Call a love like yours minds. Let's and this is of bowl of soul.
"clemen" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Well with Neutra medical. Harley we're limited was very interesting because the basically, I'm gonna use this term to kind of talk about the exoneration of louche, which I'm gonna post that article, but they are LaRouche ING Trump Manafort and Flint. They're putting up through the same crap. Vinci wanted to get rid of Trump. But also, that's why Manafort fled are been persecuted advantage destroyed. Development on these Flynn case is that he's just hired Sidney Powell the well-known former prosecutor who has turned onto prosecution methods and is one of the meeting experts in the frauds that are perpetrated. The get convictions. Run out the thing, that's interesting is Roger stone is continuing to outflank the Russia gate. Perpetrators, his latest success is the demand through foia and the freedom of information act documents to have the FBI release their evaluations of the crowd strike analysis of the so-called hacking and what the F B I was forced to admit is that they never saw the crowd strike reports, redacted, or otherwise never saw. Right. Which means not only Komi in the. FBI not conduct their own investigation. They didn't even investigate the so called investigation by crowd strike. And what Rogers attorneys are saying is the crowd strike. Never did a forensic investigation. The only forensic investigation of the documents that came from the DNC and from pedestrians Email, but ended up on Wicky leaks. The only forensic investigation was that of Bill Vinnie, the phone technical director of the NSA, who said that it could not have been a hack it was an inside job by so Roger stone forced the F B I into this. Quite astonishing admission. And this follows Roger of bringing in Bill Vinnie to testify that there was no Russian hack by wide set of portent, because the whole attack on Roger stone was based on the idea that he was trying to find out from WikiLeaks. What they got from the Russians right? Supposedly he lied to prosecutors about what he was doing on that, if there was no Russian hacking and the WikiLeaks documents came not from Russians, but from someone inside the Democratic Party then how is there a crime by Roger stone? Right. And he's hopeful that he'll get the whole case thrown out now. In the meantime, his life is in shambles just as what happened to Mike Flynn and others Rogers. It's two million dollar legal defense fund illegal cost rather to defend himself. He was not a rich man. He also. Son to didn't it. It what it destroyed financially his son, well Flynn Flynn gadget in Flint, son. What they. Flips on who was also forced into bankruptcy to well Manafort, what, what Muller threatening ones manafort's wife his daughter and sign a law Manafort was forced to give up his homes as Bank accounts of they sold off, all his clothes supposedly use a clothes horse meant that was his problem. But now they find out that the guy who supposedly was working with Manafort, with Putin was actually this guy Constantine, clemen IQ was actually on the payroll of the State Department working out of the US embassy in Kiev. So the guy that was supposedly Rogers Roger, but our manafort's collaborator in defrauding. The west and working with Putin.
"clemen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Asia expert, Gordon Chong anticipates a long drawn out fight here with no prospect at this point of a deal between President Trump and seizing ping. Good political strength to exert his will throughout the Chinese political system. And that means Trump probably have somebody on the other side that could make a deal. So right now, we're in a situation. Moyer worse thinking that this could last a very long time right now. Hey to say they Dow is down five hundred and sixty nine points and NASDAQ losing to forty one and the s&p five hundred is down sixty seven point, by the way, much more coming up when we check in with Bloomberg business. And if you're not near a radio never an issue. You can connect with us anytime anywhere on the free iheartradio app on your smartphone and tablet were just a few taps away. She's one of the highest profile defendants in the nation's largest ever college emission scandal and this afternoon here in Boston, Felicity Huffman will become one of the first to stand before a judge and plead guilty. WBZ's? Kendall Buhl has a preview up and made it much easier for herself experts say when she wrote a deep regret and shame in her letter last month, indicating plan to plead Gill. Guilty to conspiracy and mail fraud charges and CBS legal analyst Rikki clemen says that example, could make it harder for defendants who are not owning pleading guilty and giving such a perfect statement of remorse and contrition is a very bad sign for Laurie Laughlin. If you go forward and fight this case, he really could wind up with a sentence. That is a lot of time to plead guilty to in front of judge Indira wanting this afternoon carry up to twenty years behind bars, the US attorney's office here in Boston has recommended four to ten months in twenty grand Fine, Gael Beal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio man from Massachusetts is under arrest in connection with a fatal stabbing in Virginia. WBZ TV's Jim Smith tells us more about the crime in a suspect in custody tranquility of the Appalachian trail in southwestern Virginia shattered by an unspeakable crime thirty year old James Jordan of west Yarmouth, charged with attacking a man and a woman with a machete while. Were hiking. The man was killed and the woman badly injured the news quickly spreading among other hikers. Push ourselves to limit in have people that come out and do this. And that's very sad factor. The woman survived by playing dead and then walking six miles injured and bleeding to get help jeopardy's were able to follow an emergency signal from the male victims phone leading to the arrest. Just last month. Jordan was charged with criminal impersonation and drug possession after another altercation on the Appalachian trail in North.
"clemen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Melinda. State. Lawmakers are considering a new Bill that would say no city could impose a curfew on teenagers law enforcement in some cities says that's a really bad idea. See how some parents will say. Well, isn't that my job I'm supposed to to give the curfew to my kids, but I can see where they could come in handy for those kids that don't have the structure at home that this is to be safe and to stay on the right track. These days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on NewsRadio KLBJ, Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven Gary Cohn had maybe the most telling exchange so he's out. So it doesn't really matter. But he talked about how he took a document off Trump's desk wouldn't sign so he wouldn't sign it. He would forget about crazy. John kelly. I don't know how those two coexist now. Crazy. How can Jeff Sessions from Maine is attorney general? Last weekend. And then the revelations today. But for John Kelly. I mean, that's that's the president's Friday and made it just call them in eighty. I explain him at all how he's. He may just be used to it. They might be. But really say that about your boss when you're essentially the. Yeah, the caretaker. I don't know. How Trump nobody likes to fight back the Twitter. I don't even know if there's enough characters in their winning down go to West Virginia. Ward and Ed clemen is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ giving back to the community. Makes you feel good really good at insight we use advertising for insight improves communities doing things like educating people how to live greener, cleaner and happier lives. Join us. I n c IT impact dot com. Millions of people do not think Trump is nuts unhinged insane losing it or anything of the sort. Narrative. Millions of people believe just the opposite the within counterpunch truth that it's the other people that are coming unglued. Rush limbaugh. And what they really can't believe is that they had not able to do anything about Dave fired air free weapon. They've got nothing is getting rid of Trump. Rush limbaugh..
"clemen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of the clemen Kelly police detective last weekend who will be laid to rest tomorrow visitation will be today in Clermont county for detective Bill brewer the man who was in charge of the Klamath county swat team up until a short time ago. Talk to the inquired about what happened, and it was called out to the scene after the shootings of the the deputy and the man who had replaced him as commander of the squad. Swat swat. Lieutenant Doug Venturi tells the Enquirer that. The guys basically were set up, and they said that they walked into an ambush the two officers who were shot, including a detective bureau was killed heard a single gunshot. And then he says they heard gurgling like somebody was struggling debris, and it was all a setup they were going in doing their job. Trying to save help the guy saved his life. Get him help get him out of there. And that's when he opened fire Lieutenant venturing who's retired. Now was in charge of the swat team for several years has that's exactly what he would have done. And I guess the commander of the squad was the one who went in with detective Bill brewer instead of sending one of his men in and the tragic circumstances the sad ending of what happened. He goes on to explain I guess how he then took over the situation since the other commander was was gone. Even though he was retired and talked about the fire that the suspect. Sat in the efforts that they made to finally get him into custody. And he said it was all carefully planned in quite the setup to lure the officers into the trap. And then shoot them brewery guess was shot below is that two bullets the coroner said just below where the kevlar vest hits. I know the coroner it's going to be on with Willie later this afternoon prior talk in more detail about exactly what happened in that case in national talk about the other officers who've died this year already that's been rough.
"clemen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven Gary Cohn had maybe the most telling Nick now, he's out. So it doesn't really matter. But he talked about how he took a document off Trump's desk scientist, so he wouldn't sign it. He would forget about. John kelly. I don't know how those two coexist now. How can Jeff Sessions from Maine as attorney general the last weekend? And then the revelations today. But for John Kelly. I mean, that's that's the president's right hand. Man. He just call him an eighty I explain him at all how he's. He may just be used to it. They might be but many say that about your boss when you're essentially the the caretaker. I don't know how Trump nor likes to fight back the Twitter. I don't even know if there's enough characters in their when in doubt, go to West Virginia. Jeff Ward, and Ed clemen lead is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to this program. And it sounds a little familiar it's because it's the best of ground zero. Please hold all your calls. I'm CLYDE Lewis ground zero Richard Hoagland tonight, and Richard Hoagland has some important news that he wants to deliver on our show. We're the ones that break this on a national radio show on this format. Richard go ahead. Okay..
"clemen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Com. Jeff warden Ed clinic theory on this is your Sears, basically, really probably should just shut your door. So what are you? What options? Do you have? Here's pennies on the dollar for guide would take what you have built in Europe restructure and say that fits nicely. The the synergy of this fits nicely as you said half a cent on the dollar like that. And that way have to go. A little white trucks. Does use your half a sale on? Harsh. Ed clemen, we'd is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ and the Todd and Don show, Jennifer checking it from Jonestown good morning. Good morning. I'm just so confused. How you said earlier the after running the story about the eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I I just don't know how you can run the true stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called because I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the the girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through the man trying to grabber was older than eight. And in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parent, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I just don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down the street. I have. I could be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is is that mainly a girl's clothing store. It is absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store. Why the hell would what man be walking in that store alone? Exactly. Why would an eight year old girl though, be outside in this day and age walking for does it depend on the neighborhood. Maybe I I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing news stories about the Molly girl that just was objected in taken, and they just found her body, and it sucks that the world has gotten to this point does knowing that I stress with when it comes to your kids. Why reject go walk the dog. So you consider this this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person world, we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No. I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane that with. Yes, I. Basically what you're saying that she may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risk. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on. Todd and Don show, we mornings five to ten AM on NewsRadio KLBJ. Move.
"clemen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That happening under Bill Belichick? Eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven Greg in Florida. Is next on the gresh show on CBS sports radio. Hello, greg. Hello. Thank you for having me. Sure. Man. What's up? I think that the football fan. Is. In desperate need. Appreciating changes? Here a lot of squawking about the saints coordinate. The Rams game. Non call. Three reviewed calls in the cheers patriots game specifically to fastest HOGAN that were both found stuff that her and they were called complete. The to the shoulder padded Brady, which is viewable understand because it's a penalty that was called the blow to the head for a fifteen yard penalty. The fan is no longer in. Because of the quality of his team and his team play. The fan today is at the mercy of the officials, and it's very sad. Because even when you got a cat someplace place parts unknown reviewing plays, and he can't get it. Right. I saw five reviews both of those has to HOGAN and both of them down south deter. And they were they were called tweet completions in it. It's sad. Not at the mercy of the quality of their football team wall. Greg. You know, what's interesting is that and and I don't think I'm going to bet you that. I'll be the first person to defend the patriots from this respect Corey clemen had a catch in the back of the end zone of the Super Bowl last year that all during the regular season was ruled incomplete, and then they ruled it complete in the Super Bowl because they made a change on the fly. And I think to what you're bringing up and thank you for the call, Greg. I appreciate it. And you're talking about the second in ten play from the Kansas City thirty four where it was a short pass to HOGAN. The replay Fisher revealed the pass completion ruling and the play was. Reversed. Way could the caller been wrong? Well, yeah, it was. So the play gets reversed. People in bitching about reps. Can't even get that. Right. And it led to a third and ten, and you know, what happened the guy lined up offsides on the next play in the gated. What would have been an interception and they went down and scored a touchdown. So even in this world where the ball bounced the Kansas City Chiefs way in that HOGAN did not get a catch. Okay. I don't know where the caller was coming from. And there were two that went his way. Even on third and ten Kansas City still made a mistake and New England took advantage of it gets a coin flip. God dang frigging coin flip at the end of regulation to kill her. Or maybe there are a lot of teams who self destruct when playing a team like New England who buttons up all the details. Maybe that could be a little bit of the narrative here. Maybe if we're going to be fair, just maybe. Now, I dare you to find the Corey Clement catch in the Super Bowl last year. And tell me why that should have been a catch. Because all year long. It was not a catch. But let me just ask you this. Have you heard patriot fans harping on that all year long? They got hosed in a big moment. There's no one wants to hear it, right? You know, what everybody was saying? Oh, well, don't give it up to Nick foles. Okay. Fair enough. Then don't bitch. When Tom Brady schools you in overtime. Just be fair to do. Right. Bef- air is that an unreasonable ask. Yes, it is. Because people will be Patrick Patrick Mahomes. The Wilby didn't get such the ball. Flipping around. Nobody's complaining and by the way. On the drive where Kansas City ended up scoring their touchdown to take the lead or Kansas City going up twenty eight twenty four there were two calls on JC Jackson. That were one was defense of holding. And then you had the defensive pass interference. In the roughing the passer that ended up being decline on Calvin ROY now on the call on Brady..
"clemen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Connects to clemen Coliseum as we have a whistle and a timeout taken by Alabama. They could not get the ball in. Thirty nine nine to play seventy four sixty nine Alabama leads number thirteen Kentucky at home. But again, the multiple teaching levels Johnson is going to have to help his point guard contingent with the Ingram, basically is back up point guard or secondary ballhandling could not get that ball the Lewis, and it was basically one on one coverage the ability to run the baseline provides option sue, but many times if you're having trouble getting it screen first and then back to space, we'll see Lewis disabled the do that. It is obvious Johnson. Wants the ball to great rebounding teams and Bama is seven on the glass against the talented. Big men Kentucky. The last seven games Kentucky has really improved. Their three point d they allowed opponents to shoot forty four percent in the first five games down to just thirty two percent. The last seven but Obama to the lights out tonight. Kevin mack. They are ten of twenty three from beyond the arch five of seventeen or Kentucky's from distance. And again that three point game. Not a big part of this. Big blue offense says sophomore, Alex Reece 6-foot-9. We'll throw it in. Reese hopping along the baseline bounce fast to Cairo Lewis ball is loose. Washington defending Cairo Lewis junior and they Kentucky basketball with thirty seven seconds to play. And they're gonna take another look. Inbounded there to death corner. He turned back to underneath the hoop. Always a top passing angle. Even if you are a right hander. But the review Kentucky defense definitely slapped or altered the basketball. There was a forum or a finger, and this is kind of one of those questions that is all in the NBA. Well, did a foul actually occur which you can't call host tall. And you look at who actually touched the basketball last. It could be frustrating for Alabama fans here. Call them and needs to do is not turn it over make a few free throws. And they will beaten Kentucky for the first time and. Eleven tries. Get the pad. Three. Very hopeful possessions for Kentucky in the last thirty seconds or so. Cheerleaders trying to fire up the crowd as you mentioned partner. They were nervous and permit. You said shocked at first that may have turned to straight up nervous at this point thirty seven seconds to play. And it is as it stands Kentucky basketball trailing seventy four sixty nine. Was taken in a little extra look at this. But again back to that coffin corner that death corner. Were you inbounding the ball? They're almost too many players for Alabama into the front court. The ability of Kentucky their defensive prowess led by hagan's. They can get jumped trap and any portion of the floor. They're gonna keep it with Kentucky. And now scoring points. Release setting up plays with the clock stops scallop Perry was working on. And where are they going to get the ball? You got Johnson whose all that fall side baseline and got hero. Don't underestimate the inbounder here. They're both in double digits as our Washington and read four big blue hero will inbound overhead gets to Hagen's near mid floor. Thirty five seconds of play hagan's down the lane bumped by hall. No right hand off the window gets the role to three point game. Bama, but one second differential the game clock in shot clock tied able to cross the timeline Kentucky needs to foul. They do Washington fatal to grab with twenty two point nine seconds to play. It will be two shots for Ingram. Looking to expand. Alabama's three point lead. And really miss the chance there to get Jones. One of the poor free throw shooters on the team foul. He had dribbled at least twice in. The back court has Calipari was begging hero, the freshman to foul. It didn't occur Ingram. Who's been in a second half? Free throw rhythm keep it up. He is indeed four of four from the stripe today. Seventy percent foul shooter. SEC graduate. Knee bend. The southpaw euro five of five. Tzaneen Durham seventy five at seventy one Alabama. Let's see for every right now token pressure sometimes when your team is leading he's going to call for all switching one through five defense to try to prevent the three point line that allows the role for Kentucky a big fellows to get to the rim point. Is it cures at three scallop Perry? Need seventy six seventy one. Both teams have one timeout remaining twenty one seconds to play Hagans as Dr is under the bucket. He terminate season. Trouble always slithers by remedy it in Ashton Hagans, another big play for big blue and the final timeout. Is taken by John Calipari with fifteen point nine to play. Alabama leads seventy six seventy three. Two to partner first of all the body language walking off the fourth mala Bambi you've been in control these last four minutes, but that was a slow stroll really not as competent as a could or should be knowing that one inbound and a couple of free throws. Still in your possibilities, lend Kentucky realizing getting into the paint so easily. They're competent destroyed layups four potential free throws at this point. How do you balance? If you're Avery Johnson. Getting your free throw shooters on the floor with your best ball handlers.
"clemen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Com. That's P A C T dot CIT y. Speakers are only as smart Jeff Ward, and Ed Clinton theory on this is your Sears, basically, really probably should just shut your door. So what are you? What options? Do you have? Here's pennies on the dollar for guy that would take what you have built in Europe for structure and say that fits nicely. The the synergy of this fits nicely as you said a half a cent on the dollar like that. And that way, I don't have to go and have my little white trucks. We just use your half a sale harsh. Harsh. From on. Ed clemen lead is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. This radio. These were is a fortune five hundred technology executive CEO of the first internet radio network. Pisa digital political strategist helping the Whiteside. Use new technology more effectively he's a public speaker and host a radio show of his own. Seattle's k t t h ladies and gentlemen. Please. Welcome guest host Todd. Thanks for having me on the network Todd Herman, and it's an honor to fill in for rush. Particularly on open line Friday. Good. It's. Clearly, rush took an incredible chance. Allowing a rank amateur to sit here behind this microphone filling in for him. And of course, he gives you sway over the show. Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to join you get even more sway when there's a Philip just a heads up on that the president is invited. I will be kind and say congressional leaders to witness a presentation on why we need a border. I admire the fact that the president's is.
Feds Find Kentucky Fails To Meet Standards For Worker Safety
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything Kentucky's worker safety agency has a whole lot of problems. That's according to a recent audit by the federal occupational safety and health administration or OSHA from the Kentucky center for investigative reporting. Eleanor clemen off details fatal flaws in Kentucky's worker safety program. On what would have been her forty third wedding anniversary. These hubs stands in the front yard of camp. Pious the farm handed down through her husband's family for generations. She watches as the very same dump truck that killed her husband rolls down her country lane in December twenty sixteen pious. Gene, Hobbs was raking gravel with the meat county public works crew. When dump truck number two to five backed over him, the driver, then accelerated forward hitting him a second time Hobbs was crushed to death. Hey, let's hear that one no backup beeper no backup people more than a year later when Lisa hob sees that same truck number two to five reverse. She here's how nothing has changed on the day of her husband's death, both I witness and a state trooper said the trucks backup beeper was not audible Hobbs might not have heard the truck coming but Kentucky ocupation safety and health said the beeper wasn't a problem that was after testing it on a quiet street hours later, the same inspector failed to interview the sole eyewitness and overlooked possible worker safety violations at the worksite while the shortcomings are very concerning. Jordan Bearup is a workplace safety expert who ran federal OSHA under President Obama identifying the causes of these incidences also vitally important because otherwise the employer doesn't know how to avoid the next incident. Gene, Hobbes's case is not the exception. In fact, it's the norm. That's according to an annual audit that federal OSHA conducts of all twenty eight state run workers. Safety programs. The most recent audit of Kentucky which covered fiscal year. Twenty seventeen was sharply critical depiction understaffed under resourced agency. That's failing to protect Kentucky's workers federal officials, specifically criticized how the state investigates worker deaths in a statement, the federal department of labor said it's working with Kentucky on a corrective action plan Berube said the feds have the authority to take over state run programs that don't meet federal standards having a state program is a privilege, not a right of the states. And certainly it requires states to address rapidly and seriously any problems that are identified by federal OSHA, it Kentucky labor cabinet declined to comment. But speaking to w k MS public radio in April. Then labor secretary Derek Ramsay explained. How the state approaches companies about possible worker safety violations, we're going to educate we're going to educate we're going to educate and we're going to educate. And then satay without a really strong enforcement unit. These voluntary compliance assistant programs are not gonna be able to do the job. Laura stock is the director of the labor occupational health program at the university of California, Berkeley, she said what's happening Kentucky reflects a national trend. Republican governor Matt Bevins' administration has been strongly pro business and anti regulation when gene Hobbs was run over by a dump truck Kentucky issue, no violations or fines to his employer a state worker safety supervisor wrote in an E mail that Hobbes walk behind quote and apparently completely compliant. Dump truck backup alarms working the supervisor added that Hobbes quote jus- zig when he should've zagged we know that the truth, it's not the truth federal OSHA agreed with gene Hobbes's widow. Lisa in a report the agency found the state failed to interview the eyewitness missed possible worker safety violations and hadn't done enough to test. The dump trucks backup beeper. We're not the only. One. There's a lot out there Kentucky occupational safety and health investigated forty four deaths in a two year period. According to the federal audit, there were serious shortcomings in a vast majority of those investigations for NPR news. I'm Eleanor Clinton off in Louisville.
"clemen" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Running back since I was a lot of chatter about looking for outside help, but you even alluded to it lasts earlier the week with Howie, you know, always checking around yesterday after the game, Corey clemen toll less navy. Some other guys that. He went to Howie and said, you don't need to look for outside help and how he responded with okay through. So what's your reaction to a running back wanting to stick with the guys here rather than have how we look for somebody on the outside. Let me start by saying, I didn't hear the conversation, so I'm not gonna put words in people's mouths until I hear it from them. But listen, I have total confidence in our runners. Now saying that as you guys know, we constantly and part of how he's job and Joe Douglas and our personnel is constantly adding talent if we can to every position on the roster. So we're very encouraged obviously with the current current situation, we love both guys and and really three guys with Josh. And then when sproles we get sproles back at some point, you know, we we, that's what we like, but were there. But at the same time, you know, are we constantly you know, trying to advocate you at talent? Yeah, we're gonna. We're gonna always do that and try to make a roster better. He's thrown across his body there, what's going through your own. I mean, you see, you kind of see what's happening and how things are developing, and, and you know, we always talk about, you know, kind of the cardinal rules of quarterbacks, but she out of the pocket is you can't throw the ball lay down, Bill focused. Usually things get picked off or or bad things happen, but whether or not he saw the penalty on hurts. You know, in the middle of field could've could've also said, hey, I got a free shot here, but you know what? That's that's who Carson his. That's his aggressiveness. That's what you love about him. And and just two guys making play in and and it was a pretty special play. The whole team, but is there an expectation with someone like Carson that when things are going against you will play. Yeah, that's what you want. You know, especially out of that position, the quarterback position, he definitely can can bring that spark at anytime during the course of a game and and really uplift your team. And you know, I think sometimes you know a franchise type player franchise quarterback, no way. Yeah, I think it's a, it's a great scraping to have, especially from one of your top leaders of teen screen passes to out Sean already from our called not much last year. Was that because just want them situations because of the shoulder? No, no ages comes down to wearing glasses and finding the screens on the call sheet..
"clemen" Discussed on Science Friday
"Salmonella to streptococcus streptococcus Steph Lucas. And it's horizontal gene transfer last question on the phone from Thomas from Los Altos, California about horizontal gene transfer. Hi, welcome. Thank you. As you were talking about head-spinning periods, is it possible that of human genomes is getting mixed in with maybe lower level species these speak as Joni evolution, continuous. Well, is it possible? Yes, but it happens very slowly, very inflict infrequently. I mentioned the sensitive genes acquired from retroviruses. Those have happened over the course of the last eighty million years in the course of a mammal evolution horizontal gene transfer. There are a lot of reasons why it shouldn't happen at all, and it doesn't happen very often, but it has happened enough over the long stretches of time to have been really consequential in terms of shaping us and in terms of shaping the tangle tree of life. So yes, it's probably still going on, but we're not going to see it. You know, popping like popcorn and Popper in terms of its frequency. I'm constantly reminded of Jeffco blooms line life will find a way he didn't hit right it, but he said, thank Thank you. you, David. Thank you. I went to talk with the have you on the great. It's a great book. David clemen is author of the tangled tria radical new history of life, and you.
"clemen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Playlist sure what's the new playlist name jack's intro to classic rock adding steppingstone by jimi hendrix to jack's intro to classic rock planets amazon music the simplest way to listen to the music you and soon he will love new customers start your thirty day free trial at amazon music dot com renews automatically cancel anytime we'll get to your phone calls coming up breaking news here this is sports betting case has a decision from the supreme court third circuit is reversed a seven to two decision for new jersey and sports betting so the us supreme court rules that federal ban on state sanctioned sports betting is unconstitutional decides case in favor of new jersey floodgates now officially open for other states to allow sports betting andrew brent works for the qb and this is right in his wheelhouse break this down for me andrew i and i sat in that courtroom on december fourth and it's hard to read tea leaves on any of this but it did seem like this was going to be a win for new jersey the justices very strident with the league's representative you know paul clemen representing nfl nba nca at cetera and seemed to be sympathetic with new jersey that this is the state's rights issue and the government cannot legislate something like this so he's turning it over to the states and it's going to allow new jersey immediately open their sports books monmouth park is ready to go and there are other states lined up for an opinion like this to get a going and my first reaction dan is i don't know if the nfl nba major league baseball hockey are happy they lost they lost because we've talked for years there's an inevitability to this which is now reaching reality i also.
"clemen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Absolutely he would rather have cemented on a steel day parade so or steel day parade version of it here in washington dc so or they're in wash bill talked to some crazy people to look at this arc bill is one of the only people to get a hold of and speak with william william pierce who turner diaries he had the really good get our bill and it's very difficult to find i tried to find the interview between him and william pearson i gotta say it said me right to storm front yeah and then like i just can't will have it on the computer at the coffee it is interesting i think that art bell he's a registered like libertarian guy but he was more pragmatic than that he was very pro second amendment that's fine but he was also pro same sex marriage at a time where no one was certainly not in washington that was very progressive he also spoke about the hugh how humans caused global warming he wanted to decriminalize marijuana before this was really a mainstream so this guy you know he was very pragmatic he was four the death penalty at one point and then he found out we're executing a lot of innocent people so he became against the death penalty the guy you volved with the information that he would receive but a couple of other could rabbit holes a goal to he interviewed this guy named meemaw that was a part of the temple of the peer that was a part of it was a psychic vampire thing which we want to do we want to do all up it's like vampires eventually but it's like a whole like world of psychic vampires shit he hit a couple of good breaks he talks with the chris clemen who you figured out.