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"corey smith" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"corey smith" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"NASDAQ fell 50 the S and P A dropped 24 points. WBBM news time 8 16 time now for sports, And here is Dave Kerner, starting with college football, and it could be the game of the big 10 over the weekend, and that's 19th right. Northwestern hosting number 10, Wisconsin. Game that stands to perhaps put the team heading to the conference championship game from the Big 10 West. Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald talks about the history of Wisconsin football and how it's been very consistent Credit Wisconsin the consistency of their success, You know, they've been consistent challenges and winners of the Big 10 West. You know now for you know a number of years and think it comes down to the wonder players are incredibly challenging. I think they play and I've always played an unselfish physical brand of football. They've played. I think very complementary football, and it's going to be Illinois on the road at Nebraska, also from the big 10 and another game of note. Number nine. Indiana taking on number three Ohio State Out of college basketball and starts to the season for both Illinois and Northwestern are going to be delayed in the case of Illinois. They were to take on right state in champagne. But the Dayton base school will not travel to champagne because of Ah Covad positive test outbreak and also because of contact, tracing and injuries. Meanwhile, Northwestern Will not be playing in the 14 Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City that takes place next week, not because of any sort of covert positive test outbreak there but out of concern for rising numbers of cases nationwide. Wildcats were to take on South Carolina and then either CeeCee you or Tulsa after that, with sports on your home of the Bears, Dave Kerner NewsRadio 7 80 won all 5.9 FM WBBM news time 8 18 traffic and weather together on the eights Now here is train direction. The things they're staying active. We could say this much the end outside of the Eisenhower is just salad kind of inching along from Sacramento to before Damon. A vehicle fire takes the two left lanes out and slow beyond that approach of the bird interchange. 36 it for three. Daddy now still 23. But it's company from Mannheim Back out, slows quite a bit as you approach Damon from about Ashley down with capers delays. To that inbound vehicle fire 31 making their way out to 3 90. The Dan Ryan Outbound spent slow all day of this area. But it's heavy from Garfield, the 59th just before 59th and local angel find a crash that it's low to 63rd in the locals as well. The exit ramp to 60 thirties black with police activity from earlier when all is said and done. It's 22 minutes out to Daddy fifth back in 19. Slow from sir. Back to the bird either change. No slow going at all of the Eden Center Outbound, the Kennedy actually cleared up nicely. 20 between O'Hare in downtown in or out the Stevenson delay free between 3 55 and Lake Shore drive. Either Take your pick it or out the day and Ryan as we mentioned a little slow going in from Cermak and out from Garfield, the $50. Let's just call it to 63rd Really The 57 bishop forward, all lanes are clear. Lake Shore Drive North and South is good to the tollway's, with the exception of one is in great shape of westbound side of the Adams, though still pretty jam from Beverly to about 25. Pressure, the two left lanes getting accustomed to it. The lighter volume it's not awful, but it is slow..

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Miami Senior High Football Coach Corey Smith Shot To Death In NW Dade Home

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Miami Senior High Football Coach Corey Smith Shot To Death In NW Dade Home

"Shot to death inside his home this morning, Miami Dade police say officers found Miami senior high School football coach Cory Smith suffering from several gunshot wounds. Fire rescue responders pronounced him dead at the scene. A 15 year old boy was inside the home but was not harmed. Police didn't say if the teen was involved in the shooting. I'm Tim Maguire. Happy news.

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"corey smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"corey smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More at sea Three Donna and buy the listeners and members of the public radio skies will be mostly clear in Northern California. With the exception of the Sacramento Valley, the Bay Area some clear skies, some smoke and haze depending on where you're at today. Moderates warming trend inland expected today and tomorrow and a bit cooler over the weekend. The Bay Area with a spare the air alert, in effect, officially until tomorrow. Eyes low sixties to near 90 inland 93 today in Sacramento under hazy skies. From NPR. And you are I'm Tanya. Mostly, I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here and now Laura is moving north after slamming into southwestern Louisiana early this morning as a Category four hurricane with 150 mile per hour winds. In a sense, weakened but not before inflicting heavy damage, including starting a fire at a chemical plant in Louisiana. Nearby residents have been asked to stay indoors. Corey Smith is a meteorologist with news 15 in Lafayette, Louisiana. He is in Lake Charles, which was hit hard by the storm. Corey, What is it like where you are? Yes. So rarely. When the sun started to rise earlier today, we kind of got the scope of really the damage that we were seeing here. And, like Charles, Um you hear noises with the buildings over 90. You can't really see anything but We were able to get out of here with one of my reporters. We were able to get out on some of the streets. But really most of the street here and, like Charles are impossible right now, and that's really do Teo, mostly power lines being down and trees down. But really, I think the most sobering thing is just saying there's almost no buildings that Really don't have any damage. Everything has either moderate damage of the severe damage. It looks like right now. Here across the city's, though it definitely.

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"corey smith" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"corey smith" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's been more than a week since George Floyd lost his life. To a cop in the streets of Minneapolis. Baseball has finally issued a statement. Is it foul always affair? It's fill up. At first I thought it was sal, but over the last allied focus some high ranking people on MLB PR. According to my sources MLB allow three black executives and take the lead on this decision, one of them being Corey Smith senior director of diversity and inclusion for Major League Baseball Baseball didn't want to jump into early. They say with the statement as if they were to savior of the world, but they felt strongly that they wanted to make a statement, but think of of course of action as well as be able to back it up. the seriousness of the issue in the gravity of the moment wasn't lost on l.. And the statement was surprise after days of conversations between baseball diversity heads as the best way to support George Floyd and January expressively commitment to attacking the root of these problems which have come to a wider diversity programs that people might not be too familiar with from grassroots to the executive offices, although it doesn't always show on the field. They acknowledged that fear that black people living and they acknowledged the systemic racism and the statement so I will give baseball a pass. This. Take out the. Annexed, it's time for trash. Talk twitter with your chance to trash, anyone or anything in major league baseball. Take.

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Sibley Discharged 82-Year-Old Woman Wearing Only Hospital Gown, Family Says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Sibley Discharged 82-Year-Old Woman Wearing Only Hospital Gown, Family Says

"An eighty two year old woman is treated and released from a local hospital but what happened next has her family outrage as NBC force Corey Smith reports they want to know why a patient with dementia would be sent home this way that eighty two year old woman was put inside a ride Cher vehicle and sent back to our nursing home by herself the staff didn't know she had been released and they were also shocked to see her still wearing her hospital gown and wrapped in

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"corey smith" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

16:48 min | 1 year ago

"corey smith" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Medical needs and now so what we went from his essentially you know a very good position where you had your deposit in the bank still for Central House and a new visit fledgling business that was on the rise and an an an attitude that was on the rise to go along with it went of course very quickly to an attitude that S- <hes> was more defeatist and that Moore resigned to <hes> quite simply making the best of <hes> what time we had left and that was another thing about it we knew me on. I'm left when you that so few wouldn't be ambulatory forever. So one of the first things we did was <hes> just decide as a family. The school didn't matter work matter than matter and we were GonNa go <hes> <hes> Mexico for what would be his last and dilatory trip even at the time she was she was shopping rather poorly in her speech bail. <hes> sheets still communicate by ward or or with Annan paper <hes> that we didn't act re as family that this was the right step than has mixed memories. You know basically groveling that that was the biggest the biggest point to make memories with among who could still engage us this that she could so that Tom has essentially left us in a position now. Basically just <hes> <hes> you know rather than <hes> having <hes> having a decent income and money event in other much immunity you you know a thousand dollars credit card so that that said because of the great schemes we have involved <hes> with with public health <hes> and because of the the generosity of friends and family. I are mutual friend Adam me no well started started a fundraising campaign sometime ago which which certainly <hes> you took some of the pressure off for a while <hes> the <hes> we opened up a bank account which is basically crammed with Sophie you know which is to be perfectly honest largely her dad and my brother other people who have <hes> provided as much as they can to <hes> doom consultants hair which is which is essentially what this is about funding care. It's votes <hes> the meeting the needs of care home <hes> which again because of our substance our our healthcare system and are relatively manageable knew perfectly honest. You know going into do a homeless. The ones he's in right now. Generally comes with about six thousand dollars per month price tag cam which you know is impossible for most <hes> <hes> the fact is due to the decline in income both for Sophian myself those last few facts years <hes> put the bracket that means that that price will be duly subsidize subsidize <hes> which puts us in around the sort of fourteen fifteen hundred dollars a month <hes> who are so fees direct hair <hes> that you know that doesn't include Nice ines than kind and we all know what your home and hospital foods like especially or woman my soapy who had both ILIAC disease the vegetarian <hes> has a pension for on yeah absolutely organic messed right is is <hes> certainly <hes> hard-pressed to <hes> to get anything down his offer to her <hes> but you know that that that is extra course but in terms of just <hes> the that immediate care for <hes> for the care. We're looking at probably about England dollars a month. <hes> just to maintain its <hes> of course now that she's in care in my capacity together were again as increased <hes> of course the novel short is that <hes> although my time is now more available to me <hes> after a couple of years of answering the phone in a very poor fashion knocking battery was left a hole in my in my word of mouth wow so at the exact time when my one my time could be spent making money again <hes> the interest on the business has fallen away so it's <hes> it is very difficult but what <hes> my hope is that through a recent advertising couple of reason advertising campaigns for the business and <hes> just getting my presents back out of that that will start to correct but some the you know the truth is we're. We're just <hes> supporting debt. That's that's getting larger right now. So <hes> is a is a burden on mind. You know that said it's it's one of those things you know. You do suddenly become less debt averse. You know you're like well. That's what what to do what we simply need to spend it so we're GonNa hey and that's an unfortunate <hes> place to be but it's amazing how you know what was once an extreme reticence to use that print Carter orcas accord any kind of minimum monthly payments <hes> becomes <hes> aw just a matter of course hard pill to swallow at first because of course the anxiety goes along quite quite aggressive <hes> and the you know you really do have to shoulder and ignore it. It's it's almost like well. I I know your own. You'll see our as on the phone yes tease on on 'em S._R._p.. Healthier on their own no they will they want their money <hes> and there there does come a certain freedom from looking at that number on home. Just not answering. None of them are so but again it doesn't do anything for these minds shoulder so corey. There's there's a few things I wanted to get in here because this is crucial and and I appreciate you being so raw and candid now one thing I want to just you know and and I know it doesn't matter what I say or anybody who loves you and cares about you says it's really the ways in which you choose to dialogue with yourself and I know when emotions are continuously in a state of being heightened heightened and you're emotionally charged. It's hard to be objective. It's our it's hard to be neutral. It's hard to relinquish certain things that if if the roles were reserved <hes> reverse this would instantaneously the types of free advice. You would give to say an Adam. Greenburg or to a Lisa McDonald or to anybody in your wheelhouse <hes> you know it's it's much hard to internalize when it's ourselves and I certainly can appreciate that and I can grasp that but when you opened up there and you we're talking about shame I I want to say a few things okay. I I really want to speak to that because because shame to me spiritual suicide and when I when I look at what goes on in the world and the level of narcissism for people who have no shame for the atrocities that they've inflicted on the environment or other fellow human beings or animals or whatever the case may be white collar crimes. Please Corey Corey. You are in a really unfortunate predicament where most people can't even imagine if in your situation how they would grapple with this and this is you being somebody who's self actualized. This is somebody WHO's already contributed. She humanity humanity. This is somebody who is characteristically always innately paid award and have been of service <hes> you know and you're very tapped into the pulse of reading people <hes> people's body language people's emotions so so I mean fortunately in terms of your qualities your personal qualities and characteristics. I think that is really helping to keep things afloat for you and you see take pride in that <hes> because not everybody puts as much stock in Dan owning their own staff or showing up to be the best version of themselves so then to be the best version in this case for Evelyn and for Southie and for everybody else so <hes> you know to the degree that you're willing to receive the message please pleased shame and you and the circumstance there. There's it does not compute the there's no correlation here yeah I I understand and of course the no. I'm lucky lucky enough to know that I'm lucky enough to be able to look at it <hes> and understand it but I would say is that as with most emotions <hes> no matter what kind of degraded form of emotion that may be <hes> it comes of its own. Doesn't it's not a choice. Obviously I wouldn't choose to feel that of course and I don't. I don't choose to pursue it. I don't choose the flagellate myself or you know empower it but I I would say that <hes> me the num- The sheer number of not only emotional colors but emotional events that happened in any one day the ounce truly overwhelming and I don't know if that's because I am who I am if others I I only go by what I experienced so I assume that there are many who experience these insane way <hes> and my council would be the best the very best thing that week from new for ourselves we are in that state is to use those spiritual techniques that we have to breathe through those moments to look at them as objectively as you can't even though they are tugging at your and you got <hes> and and of course try try your best to to objective is them and that's what what I I'm lucky enough. I do believe its luck because I do believe or luck or grace or whatever we might call it but many would I I understand understandably succumb to such the such <hes> Dr Emotions <hes> and I I feel gladden away because I never understood things like Shane before never understood them because I had never felt a <hes> and and having felt them <hes> it really does merck the greater empathy for others who might feel that no <hes> and so I really yeah I'm on. I'm on the mission now. I can spot that type of thing in my daughter you know I don't want my daughter feel any responsibility for what is going on. I don't want my daughter. You feel like there's anything to do to make things better <hes> <hes> and well. I hope I'm I hope I'm being clear <hes> the it just becomes hard not feel those things when you're in verse disadvantage State even when you do have the tools to deal with them <hes> as I certainly I which is a certain <hes> well corey I want to say because I I can appreciate the isolate of nece isolation factor of your situation not only for where you live <hes> but for the circumstances that have you know thrown you into this situation and you're all in with Evelyn Evelyn. It's so easy and then it's trying to get out from underneath the daily emotions the daily only debt the phone calls the you know the trying to reclaim your place with customers who don't have the insider the awareness to know that this wasn't a character flaw or because of you know your professional work ethic or not having integrity for for why you fell off the grid mom so you're you know you're in the thick of it and I want to say to you. The amount of respect I mean I've always respected you cory <hes> but the level of respect speaking from parent to parent and from single parent different circumstances mind you but from single parent to single parent I just want to say you know the way in which you have embraced this situation this way that you have risen listen for all parties involved the way that you are you know just fervently pushing forwards no matter what each day brings into highs and lows and ebbs and flows of the every sir set of circumstances and emotions NHS which would be part and parcel at the situation. I just want to say you're probably not hearing it all the time because of your isolation but I want to say you are an amazing amazing human being and father and I have no doubt that Evelyn regardless of cognitively or how she's verbalizing or articulating it any child would be fortunate and blessed to have you as their father and so for all the doubts because you and I I mean and and all the listeners who would be tuning into this particular program as conscientious people and taking pride and being very clear on our number one priority always being that first and foremost awestruck our children their wellbeing their happiness their security everything I go to bed every night and I asked myself the question. Did I do enough to in my case. I've got two kids. You know was equitable. Was I fair on. Did today's show up. Did I do enough. You know so you know the fact that you are having to ask yourself those questions for a whole myriad of reasons in addition to what a person under different circumstances <hes> would be forced to question within themselves. I just WANNA say for any doubt or bad day and I'm sure there's a lot of them. <hes> or for moments of trepidation or insecurity <hes> or what why the hell is happening. I want you to know Corey. You are what an example you are and the leadership and the legacy that you are demonstrating and the ways in which your daughter's GonNa look back on this once upon a time and she's going to go while do I not have the best daddy in the World Corey. I I can't say enough about you and I know you're not hearing it enough. <hes> I know you know it at the heart level but you are loved you are respected. You are embraced. You are supported and I want to give you the opportunity being cognizant of time and I'm actually I'm going to bring you back doc on again. We're going to do another tobacco show <hes> relatively soon because there's just too there's too much ground to cover and I wanNA keep this at the forefront of people's minds <hes> but how can people make donations how can people if they either either WanNa send clothing or books or hygiene products in addition to money like pay Powell what how or if that bank that bank account still exists where people can make donations directly to the bank and this is something that my team and I can also get from you in the ramping up marketing of the show.

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"corey smith" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

16:48 min | 1 year ago

"corey smith" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Medical needs and now so what we went from his essentially you know a very good position where you had your deposit in the bank still for Central House and a new visit fledgling business that was on the rise and an an an attitude that was on the rise to go along with it went of course very quickly to an attitude that S- <hes> was more defeatist and that Moore resigned to <hes> quite simply making the best of <hes> what time we had left and that was another thing about it we knew me on. I'm left when you that so few wouldn't be ambulatory forever. So one of the first things we did was <hes> just decide as a family. The school didn't matter work matter than matter and we were GonNa go <hes> <hes> Mexico for what would be his last and dilatory trip even at the time she was she was shopping rather poorly in her speech bail. <hes> sheets still communicate by ward or or with Annan paper <hes> that we didn't act re as family that this was the right step than has mixed memories. You know basically groveling that that was the biggest the biggest point to make memories with among who could still engage us this that she could so that Tom has essentially left us in a position now. Basically just <hes> <hes> you know rather than <hes> having <hes> having a decent income and money event in other much immunity you you know a thousand dollars credit card so that that said because of the great schemes we have involved <hes> with with public health <hes> and because of the the generosity of friends and family. I are mutual friend Adam me no well started started a fundraising campaign sometime ago which which certainly <hes> you took some of the pressure off for a while <hes> the <hes> we opened up a bank account which is basically crammed with Sophie you know which is to be perfectly honest largely her dad and my brother other people who have <hes> provided as much as they can to <hes> doom consultants hair which is which is essentially what this is about funding care. It's votes <hes> the meeting the needs of care home <hes> which again because of our substance our our healthcare system and are relatively manageable knew perfectly honest. You know going into do a homeless. The ones he's in right now. Generally comes with about six thousand dollars per month price tag cam which you know is impossible for most <hes> <hes> the fact is due to the decline in income both for Sophian myself those last few facts years <hes> put the bracket that means that that price will be duly subsidize subsidize <hes> which puts us in around the sort of fourteen fifteen hundred dollars a month <hes> who are so fees direct hair <hes> that you know that doesn't include Nice ines than kind and we all know what your home and hospital foods like especially or woman my soapy who had both ILIAC disease the vegetarian <hes> has a pension for on yeah absolutely organic messed right is is <hes> certainly <hes> hard-pressed to <hes> to get anything down his offer to her <hes> but you know that that that is extra course but in terms of just <hes> the that immediate care for <hes> for the care. We're looking at probably about England dollars a month. <hes> just to maintain its <hes> of course now that she's in care in my capacity together were again as increased <hes> of course the novel short is that <hes> although my time is now more available to me <hes> after a couple of years of answering the phone in a very poor fashion knocking battery was left a hole in my in my word of mouth wow so at the exact time when my one my time could be spent making money again <hes> the interest on the business has fallen away so it's <hes> it is very difficult but what <hes> my hope is that through a recent advertising couple of reason advertising campaigns for the business and <hes> just getting my presents back out of that that will start to correct but some the you know the truth is we're. We're just <hes> supporting debt. That's that's getting larger right now. So <hes> is a is a burden on mind. You know that said it's it's one of those things you know. You do suddenly become less debt averse. You know you're like well. That's what what to do what we simply need to spend it so we're GonNa hey and that's an unfortunate <hes> place to be but it's amazing how you know what was once an extreme reticence to use that print Carter orcas accord any kind of minimum monthly payments <hes> becomes <hes> aw just a matter of course hard pill to swallow at first because of course the anxiety goes along quite quite aggressive <hes> and the you know you really do have to shoulder and ignore it. It's it's almost like well. I I know your own. You'll see our as on the phone yes tease on on 'em S._R._p.. Healthier on their own no they will they want their money <hes> and there there does come a certain freedom from looking at that number on home. Just not answering. None of them are so but again it doesn't do anything for these minds shoulder so corey. There's there's a few things I wanted to get in here because this is crucial and and I appreciate you being so raw and candid now one thing I want to just you know and and I know it doesn't matter what I say or anybody who loves you and cares about you says it's really the ways in which you choose to dialogue with yourself and I know when emotions are continuously in a state of being heightened heightened and you're emotionally charged. It's hard to be objective. It's our it's hard to be neutral. It's hard to relinquish certain things that if if the roles were reserved <hes> reverse this would instantaneously the types of free advice. You would give to say an Adam. Greenburg or to a Lisa McDonald or to anybody in your wheelhouse <hes> you know it's it's much hard to internalize when it's ourselves and I certainly can appreciate that and I can grasp that but when you opened up there and you we're talking about shame I I want to say a few things okay. I I really want to speak to that because because shame to me spiritual suicide and when I when I look at what goes on in the world and the level of narcissism for people who have no shame for the atrocities that they've inflicted on the environment or other fellow human beings or animals or whatever the case may be white collar crimes. Please Corey Corey. You are in a really unfortunate predicament where most people can't even imagine if in your situation how they would grapple with this and this is you being somebody who's self actualized. This is somebody WHO's already contributed. She humanity humanity. This is somebody who is characteristically always innately paid award and have been of service <hes> you know and you're very tapped into the pulse of reading people <hes> people's body language people's emotions so so I mean fortunately in terms of your qualities your personal qualities and characteristics. I think that is really helping to keep things afloat for you and you see take pride in that <hes> because not everybody puts as much stock in Dan owning their own staff or showing up to be the best version of themselves so then to be the best version in this case for Evelyn and for Southie and for everybody else so <hes> you know to the degree that you're willing to receive the message please pleased shame and you and the circumstance there. There's it does not compute the there's no correlation here yeah I I understand and of course the no. I'm lucky lucky enough to know that I'm lucky enough to be able to look at it <hes> and understand it but I would say is that as with most emotions <hes> no matter what kind of degraded form of emotion that may be <hes> it comes of its own. Doesn't it's not a choice. Obviously I wouldn't choose to feel that of course and I don't. I don't choose to pursue it. I don't choose the flagellate myself or you know empower it but I I would say that <hes> me the num- The sheer number of not only emotional colors but emotional events that happened in any one day the ounce truly overwhelming and I don't know if that's because I am who I am if others I I only go by what I experienced so I assume that there are many who experience these insane way <hes> and my council would be the best the very best thing that week from new for ourselves we are in that state is to use those spiritual techniques that we have to breathe through those moments to look at them as objectively as you can't even though they are tugging at your and you got <hes> and and of course try try your best to to objective is them and that's what what I I'm lucky enough. I do believe its luck because I do believe or luck or grace or whatever we might call it but many would I I understand understandably succumb to such the such <hes> Dr Emotions <hes> and I I feel gladden away because I never understood things like Shane before never understood them because I had never felt a <hes> and and having felt them <hes> it really does merck the greater empathy for others who might feel that no <hes> and so I really yeah I'm on. I'm on the mission now. I can spot that type of thing in my daughter you know I don't want my daughter feel any responsibility for what is going on. I don't want my daughter. You feel like there's anything to do to make things better <hes> <hes> and well. I hope I'm I hope I'm being clear <hes> the it just becomes hard not feel those things when you're in verse disadvantage State even when you do have the tools to deal with them <hes> as I certainly I which is a certain <hes> well corey I want to say because I I can appreciate the isolate of nece isolation factor of your situation not only for where you live <hes> but for the circumstances that have you know thrown you into this situation and you're all in with Evelyn Evelyn. It's so easy and then it's trying to get out from underneath the daily emotions the daily only debt the phone calls the you know the trying to reclaim your place with customers who don't have the insider the awareness to know that this wasn't a character flaw or because of you know your professional work ethic or not having integrity for for why you fell off the grid mom so you're you know you're in the thick of it and I want to say to you. The amount of respect I mean I've always respected you cory <hes> but the level of respect speaking from parent to parent and from single parent different circumstances mind you but from single parent to single parent I just want to say you know the way in which you have embraced this situation this way that you have risen listen for all parties involved the way that you are you know just fervently pushing forwards no matter what each day brings into highs and lows and ebbs and flows of the every sir set of circumstances and emotions NHS which would be part and parcel at the situation. I just want to say you're probably not hearing it all the time because of your isolation but I want to say you are an amazing amazing human being and father and I have no doubt that Evelyn regardless of cognitively or how she's verbalizing or articulating it any child would be fortunate and blessed to have you as their father and so for all the doubts because you and I I mean and and all the listeners who would be tuning into this particular program as conscientious people and taking pride and being very clear on our number one priority always being that first and foremost awestruck our children their wellbeing their happiness their security everything I go to bed every night and I asked myself the question. Did I do enough to in my case. I've got two kids. You know was equitable. Was I fair on. Did today's show up. Did I do enough. You know so you know the fact that you are having to ask yourself those questions for a whole myriad of reasons in addition to what a person under different circumstances <hes> would be forced to question within themselves. I just WANNA say for any doubt or bad day and I'm sure there's a lot of them. <hes> or for moments of trepidation or insecurity <hes> or what why the hell is happening. I want you to know Corey. You are what an example you are and the leadership and the legacy that you are demonstrating and the ways in which your daughter's GonNa look back on this once upon a time and she's going to go while do I not have the best daddy in the World Corey. I I can't say enough about you and I know you're not hearing it enough. <hes> I know you know it at the heart level but you are loved you are respected. You are embraced. You are supported and I want to give you the opportunity being cognizant of time and I'm actually I'm going to bring you back doc on again. We're going to do another tobacco show <hes> relatively soon because there's just too there's too much ground to cover and I wanNA keep this at the forefront of people's minds <hes> but how can people make donations how can people if they either either WanNa send clothing or books or hygiene products in addition to money like pay Powell what how or if that bank that bank account still exists where people can make donations directly to the bank and this is something that my team and I can also get from you in the ramping up marketing of the show.

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"corey smith" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"corey smith" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"All right. We ready. Yeah. We're ready, right? Top five top. The top five things to look forward to this week. Yes, concluding with the Coca Cola six hundred. Here we go. Number five. I'm not playing in the Rick Hendrick golf tournament. Therefore, it's safe to go watch the tournament at Carmo contract club this afternoon. And if you wanna get into force him, we could probably get into a force him to because the money goes to charity, golf for charity. That's right. And who's playing in the golf tournament this afternoon all the Hendrick drivers are going to be there, Rick Hendrick is going to be there. I'm going to be there. A wait a minute. I've seen Jimmy Johnson played golf. Yes. Somebody might get hurt. He's not going to drive the golf course. Though. I hope. Oh, that's good. I've seen him drive a golf cart two. Okay. Number four. Number four. The food on speed street is even better than grains hotdogs. Oh my goodness. Funnel. Okay. Oh, the cakes on speed street. If you wanna get the best Kate, Spade street, it will be open up and Thursday, Friday and Saturday. They've got Corey Smith brothers Osborne, and sticks in a whole bunch of other bands playing in uptown, circle case, beat street, free entertainment, and then you get the best pound cake ever gets a break hotdogs, even better than grains hub dogs. I swear there in cry good. They're good. Number three. Number three, the person writing the pace car for the Coca Cola six hundred is quite a surprise, and I'm gonna throw in another spry Charlotte flare. The nature boys, daughter named after the city of Charlotte. Yep. Absolutely. And after she does the pace car, she's going to beat up three the drivers. We're gonna pull their slip. We're gonna pull their names out of a hat. She'll slam them down. Especially who are the two that got in a fight last week. Who are the Clinton voyeur in Ryan Newman Newman? Boyer have got half to take on Charlotte flair. Woo. That's going to three race activity. Don't you mean? Oh. Thank you. Number two. I mean, this is even better than the Kentucky.

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The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

podnews

02:07 min | 2 years ago

The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

"Hollow podcast land. It's David Tennant here. Surprisingly, I find myself doing podcast. Yes. David tennant. Does a podcast with dot dot dot is a new interview podcast from the British actor with impressive access to big named guests the press release promises. Current doctor who Jodie Whittaker is a future guest. Poppy. In a podcast host has unveiled audio recording and editing features in its app. It offers background music too. And other enhancements it's available for both IRS and Android. How can you get funding to do your podcast, judaica, Lanta Williams, spoke at the work it conference about how to find grants to support your work and how to apply for them ominous studio, the enterprise podcast host has partnered with headliner to offer one click access to create best in class podcast audio grams these help share podcasts in social media. Westwood One have appointed Corey Smith as VP digital sales marketing and operation he'll be focusing on. Casting. If you're thinking about doing a Super Bowl podcast. Yeah. You might wanna think halfway about that says a US lawyer at age notes the current fight for podcast dominance by Spotify. And Pandora to interesting things in the article firstly claims that cost box is the number one podcast app. And also says that Spotify has one hundred and seventy thousand podcasts on its platform while the US only Pandora apparently has more than one hundred thousand podcasts which is interesting because Pandora's official blog claimed hundreds of podcasts with over one hundred thousand episodes a month ago. So either they're growing very fast. Somebody's got something a bit wrong in March. We'll be at the rain podcast business summit in New York. Pod. Fast in Orlando and radio days Europe in Lausanne in Switzerland. If you want to register for that you can use the promo code, which you'll find in the show notes and the newsletter and save one hundred and sixty euro on your ticket or. Or as the Swiss call it short taxi fare, so expensive there,

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"corey smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I mean I think it's super sad I as a parent I. Feel very sad for for the family it just makes you think about life and. To, keep an, eye on your, kids especially you know around the pool say they performed. CPR on the girl until paramedics arrived it's not clear how long the child was in the water or how she. Came to be missing in Collin county new data says there are more residents than roadways data from textile showing. The number of vehicles on the road and Collin county is outpacing expectations that data shows traffic volume grew about twenty six percent over the last ten years that exceeds the twenty three percent population growth building more freeways is a priority for county commissioners especially on US three eighty on average about fifty thousand vehicles pass through that intersection of three eighty and highway seventy five inch day that's according to textile expanding, the road. Is in the planning, phase but county judge Keith self says it. Will get worse before it gets better so we're probably five. Years away, from the first orange bear Errol the first shovel full of dirt so we need to hustle, textile we'll. Update the county on the progress of the three eighty expansion added. Commissioner's court meeting Monday afternoon that's NBC fives Corey Smith reporting Carol-lee traffic. And weather together eastbound six thirty. Five at Greenville. Crews are on the, scene of a major accident in the right lane your backup is TI boulevard eastbound. Thirty at monger the two left. Lanes are blocked your backup is to grand avenue also in Dallas eastbound thirty at MacArthur an accident. Has you backed. Up to beltline From.

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"corey smith" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Obviously lost do when we woke up this morning we. Did, not think we, would get, into the buckeyes of Ohio State. Today but not available we get into. Peak will lead the, show with them yeah and you know urban Meyer nobody knows exactly what he knew nobody. Knew exactly when, he knew it if he knew it these are tough shows and I just said this to Tiki, before, the lights came on so you know in a lot of ways. I I, hate these shows because you're expected to have a definitive opinion right. But got gotta be careful because we. Don't know all the information you know we don't know really anything they talking to Ohio State right now you wanna, talk about their quarterback situation, who's going, to replace And is it going to be, you know burrow or is it to, be Haskins or whoever it's going to be but this obviously is much bigger much bigger issue that's I guess permeated all sports not just. Football we see this in baseball so a major league baseball with a couple of, players I have in these type of issues, and, you're right BT I can't give, you a definitive opinion about, urban Meyer I can give you a definitive opinion. About Zac Smith because it seems that he has a serious problem keeping his, hands or staying. Away from his wife he gets he everything that's happened. To, him being fired, and being, dragged through the mud and what. The the legal things that are gonna. Come his way in, the near future or or or well earned so to speak but for urban Meyer how. Do I know, I know that he his his wife had conversations was ex-miss wife her name's Courtney Smith I know, that, there were text messages a pass back and forth and a lot. Of the, staff new but how can I say what was urban Meyer's mind. As he was thinking about these things are hearing about the These things and. There's two incidents is just. A backup a little bit it's a story here there were two incidents is the happen here, one was in two thousand and nine when he was a coach myth will. The coach of Florida where there was a report arrest report and discipline handed down for him when urban Meyer went back to a house state he hired. Him again and the second instance that happened in two thousand fifteen is the one that's under debate now whether or not there was a police report not sure if there was there's still no clarity being a vetted out. About that because one, police report there was a check in the box, that said he was arrested and another. Subsequent police report there. Was no check in the box boxes say that he was arrested and you got an believe that urban, Meyer ask because he would, be responsible for him not to add and experts probably told him a bag allies and Should. Have known better maybe but it's really hard to condemn him for that and say that he deserves a lose his job as the head coach of Ohio State because of it we'll probe deeper into that specific question, for sure You know. What this certainly is it's. It's further fuel for those detractors who have, long believed there've been Myers, run to loose of the ship that is at wheelhouse and they could t it up and they. Can let, it rip all day and those. Claims have followed I don't mean necessarily specific to domestic violence but really all encompassing. And and the other thing that it's. A fair deduction of the process here is to start the show I listen nobody knows what urban Meyer knew nobody, knows, if he knew it when he knew it when he learned of it I do think it's a fair assumption and the last. Thing you want to do is assume too much. When you don't. Fully know in situations like this admittedly, but I, do think it's a fair assessment of assumption because I think it's otherwise, naive not to think and those green shots. I'm going to go to those, for a moment this green jobs the Tiki mentioned before the, the wife Corey Smith obviously exchanging those screen shots and those Texas exchanges with urban Meyer's wife it's naive to think that urban Meyer's wife if those are. Legitimate screen shots and I believe that they are That, you didn't share that with her husband let's let's not be foolish here, KOMO down that's called the for what it. Is like wow yeah that's where. It's like that's where it seems It's not crying clearly but but. But reprehensible in. The in the sense to essence ignore that if your wife share that with. You I know. Your, wife. Would share with you without a doubt, I know for damn sure share with, me it'd. Be a repercussion if there was subordinate underrated that did something like that we ignored it well. No I mean for that employees. The question. But if we tried to ignore it you're, right. Our, wives wouldn't have it, no doubt about that Now that we will Issue here is is is not the urban Meyer knew about, these things and said he lied about these things or at least lied about. Having knowledge of it this is urban Meyer at the big ten media day when asked about this and the, firing of Zac Smith I think a day before that make the. Big ten media day are you saying that you don't know anything about that or do you believe that that didn't happen Was.

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"corey smith" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the us mexico border more for abc news operation is going to be known as operation guardian shield governor doug ducey sending off two hundred twentyfive national guard troops to arizona's border with mexico today one hundred thirteen more will be deployed tomorrow the governor telling the troops they'll be there supporting border agents in stopping the flow of criminals narcotics weapons and ammunition that is being trafficked into our state the troops will be stationed in both the tucson and yuma sectors no word on how long they'll be there result the psotino abc news phoenix one man of course killed in the fire at trump tower in new york city over the weekend sparking new concern about why residential floors in that building do not have sprinklers now there's other disturbing information about the blaze sources now say the fire appears to have been accidental caused by electrical malfunction in the apartment like an appliance or device the preliminary findings also show that the apartment on the fiftieth floor did not have working smoke alarms abc's gio benitez reporting his bond set at five hundred thousand dollars this morning ricardo woods reportedly and mid to striking fifteen month old cassidy smith with the back of his hand last week he faces one count of polonius assault but police say upgraded charges of murder are expected as the baby is not likely to survive the family of the child also accuses woods of injuring three month old corey smith she suffered bleeding on the brain but is expected to be okay allison wyatt news radio seven hundred wwl w a battle over the budget to end the blue grass state continues governor matt bevin says he will veto a tax bill and the two year spending plan approved by the legislature the budget approved did not have the cuts to education that bevan wanted kentucky is in a financial crisis that's that is a reality that was the case that continues to be the case that's going to be the case for some period of time governor matt bevin lawmakers in the house believe they have the votes to override the governor's veto.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"corey smith" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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