23 Burst results for "Corson"

"corson" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

03:39 min | Last month

"corson" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Geo jam. And as always, stay cryptocurrency. Take cryptocurrency crew. We want to give a quick shout out to all of our faithful listeners out there. It's been an amazing journey and we really appreciate your support throughout the years. As we've been growing as a community, each episode we decided that we would start sharing some of the reviews that you were leaving for us. For today, we would like to share this review. Today's review comes from just corson. I am an entrepreneur who was entering the crypto space. This show has given me the insight and ideas for a direction I should go in. It is also filled in the blanks in my mind to understanding cryptocurrency. I feel like I have joined a community listening to Richard and all the wonderful guests he has on the show. If you need a place to give you balance and checks with your thought process and respect the crypto, this is the place. Highly recommend. We sincerely appreciate this review and all reviews and would like to ask that if you're enjoying our show, please take a quick moment to go and leave a review on our podcast so that hopefully we can be highlighting your review next. Simply go to our show notes or go to our website where we have a link where you can share your review today. Hey everyone, I hope you enjoyed today's episode. For more information on today's episode and all of our episodes, please visit us at WWW dot crypto current dot CO. You can also find a link in the show notes. Want to stay up to date in the latest news and cryptocurrency, sign up for our newsletter today. You'll receive daily emails Monday through Friday that are personalized and curated content specific to you and your interest, powered by artificial intelligence. You can either go to our show notes or go to our website to sign up today. We would like to give a special shout out to our moon sponsor, Acacia digital. Acacia invests in partners with early stage blockchain companies who are solving complex problems in large markets. Acacia partners with projects that have established technology and communities. Acacia supports public projects exhibiting strong momentum and capacity to grow into large markets. Acacia also directly participates in limited releases such as NFTs, tied to unique experiences, access or products. For more information go to Acacia digital IO. Again, that's Acacia digital IO. Are

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"corson" Discussed on Emocje a zycie

Emocje a zycie

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"corson" Discussed on Emocje a zycie

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"corson" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"D corson's zinc and the things that we know are very effective inexpensive and basically put the world back to work very quick police. Stop the suicide. Stop all the. You know. The the unnecessary deaths. I think the death toll is up to twenty twenty million. Extra people have died of starvation in the world in third world countries because of covert supply chain delays. So the the solutions actually worse than i don't even think it call it a problem but what i want to talk about because i. I'm a health coach. My company's called chemical-free body dot com. I'm boots on the ground. I'm talking to people all over the world and people were calling me every day and they're very concerned about like tim. What do i do. They're not concerned about their health. I got a guy call. Today's concerned about the delta variant. And he's like what. Do i do with friends and family. And they're really into fear mode so my little talk here today. I want to share some stuff with you guys and give hopefully even You guys the that are on here to get excited okay and not. We can't be in fear mobile because that's exactly where the establishment wants us. Okay we are still in the driver's seat because there's a lot more of us than there ever will be them from an old charlie daniels song right. So i grew up redneck eastern oregon hunting and fishing You know i'm probably read at a fifth grade level. So what you guys are doing is awesome. Because there's a lot of people to understand but when the average person starts hearing 'em are a shedding and all this stuff and then they they see the news the here little little bits from people like us and they get confused in in a confused mind does nothing or they get into fear mode and the end of the day. They ended up getting the vaccine. They're wearing the mask okay. But it also. They're getting the mass in the vaccine. Why because they believe in public health right whether you're getting vaccine or you're not getting a vaccine. Both these people still believe in public health. And i think that's where we need to meet together today or mask anti mass right versus left. We have to come together and we have to unite as working people. That is the solution so earlier. somebody was talking about. Why why are we where we're at today wire. Where are they pushing all the stuff when we could be doing vitamin d. And vitamin hey. Well the real problem one one of the two big real problems is that big pharma single molecule drugs. They're going out of business. I looked up advisor in a two thousand eleven till two thousand twenty pfizer's down twenty four billion dollars so bid farmers going out of business because when they patent a molecule it takes them on average five billion bucks about thirteen years to get that through all the testing then..

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"corson" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"I don't actually have an answer for this. 'cause like here's the thing. i think. the show is really good for what it is now but like. I'm in my thirties. And it's hard for me to like get to jazzed about it. It's clearly a kid show right like and it's not a kid like their kid shows. Now that feel like offer a lot for adults like steven universes show that. I think you can have him like steven universe. And cora and stuff right like those are kids shows but they also have a little bit more going on and you like it doesn't offer anything more than like good seventies eighties spiderman. Come expert that too. Yeah right but even the men show which i think kind of does i'm still just kinda like it's fine. Yeah i'm not a kid anymore. But like you know if you're into it's fine but like So like what. What show would i. What books would i like to ski. Consumer series. I dunno i. It's hard for me to get excited. Because i wouldn't be against the fantastic four and adventures which. I think that was a fantastic. I was at the same time. So that's that's what. I was going to use this as a springboard to talk about. I'm i think in the last episode. I kinda mistakenly was like it's weird. That marvel didn't do this right like they didn't have more. These animated like v. Shows did they had a ton of them. And i didn't know what i was talking about it. All right so like men running now fantastic four and iron man. There is the marvel action hour writing from ninety four to ninety six that had both tested for an iron man. Like split right so there was like twenty six episodes of that. There was an incredible hulk series that that ran for twenty episodes in the ninety s was a silver surfer series. A bunch more spiderman that ran. There's an avenger series etc right like this plenty and then like running into ma modern day. there's like quite a bit of me on the list and in the like from around twenty fourteen to maybe two thousand eighteen. They had like a whole extended universe of of ultimate spider man crossing the vendors. Assemble and stuff like that and gadgets get gardens of the galaxy. I think right. Yeah so like that was really surprising to me. Because like did you do you watch. I watched like maybe the first two seasons of ultimate spiderman. I remember. I remember liking. It wasn't so like a dave really likes the twenty seventeen. There was a new man. Show called marvel spiderman which is like peter parker's in high school with Spider girl and miles morales. Right like on your corson had this red. I haven't seen it but it's been going for like sixty episodes but like there's just all these shows that i had no idea there's an avenger show from two thousand thirteen to twenty nineteen that got a hundred twenty six episode yelling disassembly never even heard of it. So like yeah. There's plenty here. I'm just you know i'm an adult and i'm not plugged into kid shows anymore. That's where ignorance comes from There's a moving with that. Show coming since coming up pretty soon. I think but i think they they but right now. They have a lot less because they ended the over ultimate spider man of someone. That's in two thousand eighteen thousand nine hundred..

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"corson" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on 7 Layers

"From deb. Bryant senior director of the open source program office at red hat. If you haven't listened to our last episode on open source tech. I highly recommend going back and giving it a listen before devon. I began our conversation. I want to let you any longer. Please sit back and enjoy my interview with dez bryant of red hat all right listeners. We are here with deb. Bryant of red hat to talk about open source technology. Hello deb how are you. I'm fine thanks. Thanks for having me. What would you say is your experience and the open source community. What makes you an informed. Interviewee while i have on a multi industry experience with open source. So it gives me a bit of unique perspective. I can touch on a few of those. I i experienced with open source was when i was then telcom networking in the cowboy days of the internet when it was first commercialized and we were creating. Isp's and everything was unknown and brand new a lot of the technology that we built that industry on even before it was known as open source was open-source the protocols some email all those things are open source and that's where i grew confident that Things that were developed as open source. Were really ready to rely on for an enterprise. It was building a commercially viable concerned with penal responsibility for the organization and open sources. What we used from there. I spent some time in the public sector and in the public sector open source was being used. Pretty much skunkworks in in the back office tools and applications. It wasn't really well known. Until a state legislator decided they wanted to mandate open source in the legislature was religion. Usual is very early was in two thousand and four. And i did a crash. Corson discovering how much open sources actually used by the government to be able to respond to a legislative. Hearing to a bill was horribly written. Bill it really gave some airtime in the public sector To open source said the discussions really began from there. I spent five or six years later. The university actually focusing on public sector adoption of open source at the university. Also at the lab became very familiar with communities because that's where the foundations infrastructure patchy foundation. Even lennox colonel. For a time was hosted there so became very familiar with the communities engineers and organising that produce open source. And then today i lead the open source program office at red hat which is one of the leading contributors open source and was the first commercial concerns generated billion dollars of revenue based on open source software. Yeah that's Pretty comprehensive from multiple angles so jumping off from that. What was what would be your high level definition.

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Buffalo Sabres snap 18-game winless streak with victory over Philadelphia Flyers

Spittin' Chiclets

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Buffalo Sabres snap 18-game winless streak with victory over Philadelphia Flyers

"Sabres we gotta give props dumped on them for months straight. They broke their eighteen game. Losing streak with a six one blow over who else the philadelphia flyers they have been. Oh fifteen and three since february twenty third and they also got a four game point streak on the savings due to to and they'll ask for so kudos to them play a little too far away but

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"corson" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"No one questions orson. on. And least of all me i fought with him. And there's no finer ogre slayer in the realms but before i commit myself kin and countrymen to a journey into the wilder. Would i must know the truth. So ranchera as convinced me and i can see no other way to be sure than to do as he has suggested horrid near nodded and called who led us see. There's no harm in it. Nancy saw corson's face growing darker and darker. Shell sanni kept a hand on his arm whispering in his ear in her secret. Heart nosy felt guilty. She trusted anything that shell sanni trusted. But a part of her wanted her mother and gorse into lose this argument she wanted. The red coffer open so she could see what was inside. Cara spoke with clear. Anger in her voice is a warrior of honor and ren series not speaking like a man of honor at all. I believe courson still. Sawn loesch speaks through all of us must rely on prove even more than our belief in one another. Open the box and let us find the truth of this and be done with it sir. Ranchera gave us sly smirk and shall sanni side. Deeply fine the arch druid has said defeated it. That is the will of this group. Then let it be so. Open the coffer and we will see the power it holds and then we can get on with our real task bringing this evil to the dawn tree where its power can be safely released. Its death trapped by the life of the wilder would ransomware bowed his head. Oh we must heed your words. A wise one gorton's is blazed with rage and he shook his head briefly but offered no more argument. Shell sanni to oslo. The frogger paused a moment looking intently. At each of the great men and women around the table with him then spreading his webbed fingers. He laid his hand on the red coffer and closed his eyes. A light breeze.

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The Mystery Of Houska Castle

Unexplained Mysteries

04:52 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery Of Houska Castle

"The most famous legend about host castle says it was built over a gateway to hell if that's true. Unfortunately there's no way to prove it. The question of whether a fiery afterlife exists is better left to theologians and philosophers but host gay isn't the only place that allegedly hides a portal to the underworld take for example. The stole cemetery. Otherwise known as america's most evil graveyard. It's a burial plot in remote. Kansas on the surface it's a bleak creepy looking necropolis. But according to legend it's much more just beyond the graveyard an abandoned church looms over the headstones and grassy walkways. Perhaps at one time it was elegant and beautiful but any hints of its old majesty have long since faded away by the nineteen nineties all that remained or a few crumbling brick walls without a roof. The church is significant because it supposedly sits atop a gateway to hell local legends says that in eighteen fifty lucifer himself emerged from the underworld afterward. Rumors suggested satan would rise in the graveyard twice a year. Once at midnight on the spring equinox and again on halloween and for decades locals apparently gathered for parties to watch the devils entrance only to be disappointed year after year when he never showed but while there may not be any satanic sightings inexplicable events have happened around stole cemetery in. It's church for example even though it doesn't have a roof the house of worship is said to always stay dry. Even when it rains people have reported seeing floating lights shadowy figures that vanish into nothing in rings of flame that appear out of nowhere these fires hovering the air. Even though there's no visible fuel source to keep them let you may be tempted to visit stole and see these phenomena for yourself if so you're out of luck rowdy. Crowds in supernatural enthusiasts. Repeatedly caused property damage forcing the owners to close the cemetery to the public in two thousand and two. The property managers demolished the church. It wasn't structurally sound and as far as we can tell. This destruction didn't unleash any demons upon the world which suggests the stories were just add stories but stole cemetery isn't the only alleged portal to the underworld in sunny southern california the la suburb of pasadena secret that surprisingly dark. The aptly named devil's gate dam was constructed in nineteen twenty two control flood waters coming down from the san gabriel mountains. The structure was named after a nearby odd-looking rock formation that vaguely resembles a horned devil face but before the dam was even built dark myths and legends suggested this stony shapes weren't the only demonic influence in the region in the nineteen forties. A man named jack. Parsons became convinced. That the devil's gate dam held other worldly power today. Corson's is famous for being one of the founders of the jet propulsion laboratory but he was also an occultist who belonged to alastair crawley's mystical secret society or does temporally orientalists. If you're interested we've covered croly and order tempe oriented extensively in our show secret societies but for our purposes. Here all you need to know is crowley was an extremely controversial occultist and magician once labelled the wickedest man in the world and he allegedly referred to the devil's gate dam as one of the seven gates of hell giving cronies association with the area. It comes as no surprise that parsons is said to have performed magic rituals at the devil's gate but some believe persons may have opened a portal to another dimension or to the afterlife itself. This sounds difficult to believe. But there's evidence to suggest that something strange was happening in around the dam in nineteen fifty-six a thirteen year old boy and an year old girl both went missing while biking through the area.

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"corson" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Anyone recognized what i was saying when we were talking about avenue q. This is the show. I was talking about. I fell in love with wicked almost immediately. And it was mostly because of my love. Stephen schwartz Corson talk to me about This musical i loved this musical when it came out and then later on in college i had the extreme honor absolutely humbled to have been able to have a working relationship with tony meola. Who was the original. And he went to college. He was very involved and he would come to the college a lot. He would teach the students how to mix using his personal recordings from wicked. So i got to learn wicked all over again in college through the eyes of the sound designer And it again pretentious theater student moment but it was one of the most humbling theater experience i ever had hearing tony talk about it and hearing him talk about how the music spoke to him and why he believed in this musical he was one of the early investors and for people who know the business of theater does. I just don't usually invest in their own shows. That is not usually done smart move. He's quite comfortable now because he did that thing. That was very smart thing to do this. This number one of the ones that he would teach students how to mix with house of be and just the way that hits very similar. it is very mistrial. Gic for people who love theater. But it's a little bit different. It takes that expectation. It brings you to a comfortable place and it pushes you out of that comfort zone. Another one. everyone knows the wizard ends. So of course. The opening of wicked is how the wizard of oz ends. We all know we all know how it ends. But it's that expectation defying of thank. You know this story but you don't and so while it looks like a musical giving away the ending before the story has started it setting you up for another food. Yeah which. I think is brilliant. I'm overseeing in boston. With my mother. And i love the show i need to. I wanna see it again. I've never love it. But i don't love it to the extent i love other shows which is why it's not on my list. Other songs from the show will make my list. I know for sure but Begins great songs a great show. Yeah you're absolutely right. All right My number six. now. I'm going to preface this with this version of this. I like better.

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"corson" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"corson" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion cave bites. Eat course talking about adapting. Geoff johns throne of atlantis for animation. And he's kinda got a lot of ways and no idea what you're talking about unicycle. Like always like. How do you do movie about acting. One talks to fix right. Who's this guy. So what can you do with that. So i did you kind of sit down and well. It's interesting we have a very different aquaman. So we don't have an aquaman who talks to fish from the very beginning. We have arthur curry. Who grew up with his father in a lighthouse on a cove who's always been connected to the water but has no idea of his true atlantic heritage so he's angry he's a guy who knows he's different and alienated and special but doesn't know why and he's mad about so we open right after his father's funeral where arthur curry is drunk at a seafood restaurant pouring his heart out to a lobster in a tank. And this is aqua begins. You know this is arthur curry realizing who he is and taking steps to become a hero so that was my way of being able to do that because this is not the guy who shows up on land. In justice league foregoing who should be in charge. Choose me because he's not that guy yet so we're on the road there but There there's baby steps so and that of course throws the entire movie into a completely different. We're off the rails right away. So that's that's really fun and really different. Look for throne of atlantis on hbo. Max along with other dc animated projects for bite. This is tony talada..

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"corson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"corson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony till auto. Parenting apocalypse it's it's not the same way. You you know how it works any views, usually two to four minutes long but sometimes, they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. Very. Right. In saying that the Greek heroes, the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Cave bites eat course talking about adapting Jeff Johns throne of Atlantis for animation. And he's Kinda got. A lot of ways and no idea what you're talking about. UNICYCLE. Like always like how do you do movie about acting one talks to right? WHO's this guy? So what can you do with that? So I did you kind of sit down and approach? Well it's interesting. We have a very different aquaman. So we don't have an Aquaman who talks to fish from the very beginning we have arthur curry who grew up with his father in a lighthouse on a cove who's always been connected to the water but has no idea of his true Atlantic heritage. So he's angry he's a guy who knows he's different and alienated and special, but doesn't know why and he's mad about. So we open right after his father's funeral where Arthur curry is drunk at a seafood restaurant. Pouring. His heart out to a lobster in a tank. And this is aqua. Begins. You know this is Arthur curry realizing who he is and taking steps to become a hero. So that was my way of being able to do that because this is not the guy who shows up on land in Justice League foregoing. Who should be in charge choose me because he's not that guy yet. So we're on the road there but there there's baby steps. So, and that of course, throws the entire movie into a completely different. We're off the rails right away. So. That's that's really fun and really different look for throne of Atlantis on Hbo Max along with other DC animated projects for bite. This is Tony Talada..

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What the Shell? Cracking the Lobster's Mysteries

Gastropod

05:49 min | 2 years ago

What the Shell? Cracking the Lobster's Mysteries

"I still get emails about this episode of the show friends where Ross and Rachel the characters finally hookup after this law. Middle Row Manson phoebe is Kinda Tree hugger in the group She's like Oh look I knew it. Her lobster. Because, she has this kind of pop culture idea going that lobsters made life. In, there it's going to happen. How did you know that? Because she's your lobster on you guys, it's a known fact that lobsters fall love and mate for life and you know you can actually see old lobster couples walking around their tank. Hoping 'cause. They. Are lobster. All these years later, I can still hear phoebe in my head saying bad. She convinced millions of people that lobsters are super romantic on the all I care is that lobsters are super delicious but I guess it's good that they have some happiness before ending up inside a buttered roll. Delicious Delicious Lobster Roll I live in New England and Lobster are pretty much the pinnacle of summer here. Perfect for the latest episode of gastropod The podcast that looks at food. Through the Lens of Science in history I'm Cynthia Graber and I'm Nicola Twilley and this episode we're considering the lobster like first things I do lobster's really have lifelong love affairs as phoebe claims or are there relationships a little more complicated than that heads up for those of you listening with folks who might find lobster sex little too steamy. Sorry. But this episode really does get into it with the lobster bedroom action you have been warned time getting a little worm. Already but speaking of steamy, how did steamed lobsters go from prison fair to the highest chalance a fine dining out of the lobster go from trashy too fancy and finally, what does the military one with our lobsters quick note from our last episode for you Baker's out there some listeners. Let us know that American pyrex is no longer borough silica glass. European. PYREX is which is great. But American. PYREX is now made of tempered Soda Lime Glass which is the same. Stuff as drinking glasses, but the tempering means it's harder and also heat resistant, but it's not quite as shatterproof Hasbro Silica class. So Americans can cook in this new PYREX. There's a lot of fine print from the company about how to use. It can actually shatter. We've updated the episode, but we also wanted those of you who already listen to know and be careful if you've got the newer American pyrex exploding glass is not a fun mix in cakes and casseroles. Couple of weeks ago I had to Maine, with my partner Tim for some very critical gastropod research someone has to do the hard work on this show Cynthia taking one for the team like the hero she is. I'M GONNA see how easy it is to crack this lobster shell. They didn't give me any like cranky things. How do I crack a lobster? Without a lobster cracker to bring your own. It didn't say turns out. All I had to do is go back to where the Napkins were and grab a nutcracker okay. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA try. Okay. That's not so bad. So the cracking wasn't super hard to do, and then I sat right into gorge myself on all that delicious lobster meat of course, all the while dipping it into the cup of melted butter. One of the very few things I miss about living on the east coast is the summertime lobster roll. I personally am a hot butter girl although I won't turn down a Cold Mayo. Role I'm equal opportunity when it comes to lobster roll I love lobster rolls. I also love whole steamed lobsters as you listeners all just heard and some are really is the height of lobster season here. It's when the waters closer to shore warm up and the lobsters crawl into that shallower water to and mate, and they also happen to crawl into lots of local lobster traps. Summer is also when the shore in. New. England finally. Warms up enough for lots of tourists to crawl out onto it and enjoy a summer vacation tourists like Trevor Corson of the book, the secret life of lobsters my grandparents were summer visitors to Maine when I was a little kid and we would go visit them there and as a very small child, I was completely entrenched with the lobster boats when they would come into the dock. So watch them unload their lobster catch and to me, the lobstermen were were like these cowboys of the East you know they were these romantic rugged individualism and I was so angered of of them in their boats that I had decided already. Pretty. Early on when I was a kid I was going to grow up to be a Lobsterman and that didn't plan pan out. At all trevor became a writer instead, which as everyone knows is way less glamorous but he figured out a way to finagle himself into becoming a temporary lobstermen by writing a book about it, and so I actually moved to the small island. You know with seventy people on it year round in the winter and lived there for two years and became what's called a stern man on a lobster boat fishermen used often the term fishermen are stern man in a gender neutral way. There are females who call themselves that as

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"corson" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"corson" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"So she's probably shrinking down as she's walking towards the. Cool image but or DJ is stone cold bad ass. I've decided the way that I am characterizing her from now on. Dying I know thing. So she's shrinks down. She's totally cool. This is a normal occurrence. It happens every day. I feel like she should be wearing sunglasses. Maybe we'll get her. Sunglasses while we're here on turns, I demand an Oculus Te. Antar needs shades. I'm kind of imagining her as like that. That episode of the good place for Tawny was a Centaur. God. is just kind of generally opposing and you really think that there should be some kind of long cigarette. Holder and one hand. Yes. Thank you cal for keeping me on my feet. I admit. I did lose it a little bit there. But with my new much worthier companions than by previous. We were able to defeat the beast. Almost like it was. Fault that I die. Someone isn't use to commanding all of this goodness. And so I was kind of off my game as it were. But the next time we fight something. fucking, take it down. A. Take it. Anyway new friends, let's get you stuff. Stuff I love this like. League Tim Curry manner. Looking. I am here to get you stop. It's like Mae West come on over and all helium time. My new friends are going to require new gear. BOOT bond turns to propel. And he commands. We need five outfits. She's one of us now five. You're giving. Out The deserves one for that. She does because she's amazing. She was just a little off her game. I want to touch her horse leg and he'll her a little bit just to show our camaraderie. Be like. Are you all night or DJ? I think you're still. Are you know finish nagging? Yeah, Blue kool-aid face the I blew kool-aid, face, blue tongue, blue mouth, sweet thing chin-shih like tucks her hand underneath and drama this chin. It was but a scratch. All I need now is. Liquor we can manage to find around tear. That isn't completes will oh, we have so much wine. Excellent that is all lead to make a full recovery. I admire your attitude. You see that death is about a handshake and you've punched this. I'm so glad to have kindred spirits among two legged people I never thought that ever meet humanoids. Who really seemed to get it? You know and I must say. To all of you, your abilities are so incredibly bad ass, terrifying and I am very excited to see what else You'll be able to do. Especially you young man. was that a giant rabbit. summoned. We want stand a little taller soaking up these compliments. Yes, I have never been so frightened. Rabbit's before is not quite a rabbit. It is a steward of death a psycho pump. If, you have heard of them and I'm very proud of my friends. And I, and he's using that term feel for the first time. Instead of saying like companions or Party, whatever he says, my friends. Pepper definitely made noted that PIPPA will remember this. Why do you think gang outfits? He wants to squad to be on flake. So, so as a side note for our audience For the past week or so? There has been a flurry of outfit designs what they were going to do with. For with they were done. We'll post a few to our instance story. Just think sexy Russian model. Everyone chief my car. He just stares at you all these conversations with each other with like. He's no longer involved in the conversation. He's like I will sit and seamstress your way. PRECALE will make sure of it and I. Invite you all to a feast, but for now why don't you take our finest stables in the end tonight to prepare and relax, and we will be sure that are. We will sit our fighters Gruber's your way. Et Sorry, pedantic Corson to the rescue. Side groomers. It's just grooms. We will send our finest grooms your way to brush your Maine's and take care of your. WHO's PIPPA who as a little girl, one of her favourite games to play was pony with her sisters is actually like her inner child is actually secretly living. That is most kind of you. Thank you. Brexit shows up a today here. Some safe feast couldn't possibly eat. He reaches over. Drama has maybe a little piece of in trail on her shoulder. He reaches out just eats it. Couldn't possibly eat. Well, you know feast that has great. There's always room for a little dessert. Will take us a while to skin. The Be Stan. Prepare have for a meal. It's already. It's hollowed out Brexit's can interact. God no just bones and for..

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"corson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"corson" Discussed on KOMO

"The accident at Corson Avenue in south Michigan just cleared our next report is a two fourteen eleven Smith couple traffic Erin son has R. como eco roof forecast we're gonna see couple sun breaks this afternoon after the showers dissipate somewhat temperatures will be in the upper fifties to not quite sixty degrees will be tough to breezy for the wrap up of today as we have through Sunday dry weather partly sunny skies then on through Monday and Tuesday the reins back in the call centers on companies currently partly cloudy skies with some some breaks sixty one degrees in Seattle stay connected stay informed almost Saturday good afternoon it is two oh five on Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the co more twenty four seven news Saturday Boeing has decided not to move ahead with its takeover of Brazilian plane maker Embraer the two had planned to work together and develop new markets for its C. three ninety millennium aircraft they have been working on an agreement for two years but Boeing has ended that agreement saying Embraer did not meet conditions laid out by the deal president of Embraer calls the decision deeply disturbing the Wall Street journal reported this week Boeing doesn't believe the seven thirty seven Max can get recertified until late summer because of coronavirus concerns aviation analyst Scott Hamilton is with the Liam company I have heard several weeks ago that certification was likely to be in the September or August September time frame so that the news leaked out now surprise I had leaked out earlier quite frankly Hamilton says the company is also likely to announce production cuts and whether it will accept federal bailout money Boeing's annual investor meeting is on Monday governor Jay Inslee has ease the state's restrictions on construction during the corona virus outbreak Inslee says only low risk projects will be allowed meaning that the tasks the functions that can be done with a high degree of confidence that you can maintain that six feet distance separation and if you can't then you just can't do that function Inslee says he's looking at recommendations allowing outdoor recreation and may have an announcement about that in the coming days as many of the states stayed home.

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Lebanese Reaction To Nissan's Ex- Chief Fleeing Japan For Lebanon

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Lebanese Reaction To Nissan's Ex- Chief Fleeing Japan For Lebanon

"It's a Cliche to say this next story. Sounds like a Hollywood movie and yet former Nissan Chairman Carlos Goan had his passport seized. He was under twenty four hour. Our surveillance in Tokyo he escaped from Japan and then turned up in Lebanon. This means he will likely avoid going to trial in Tokyo where he faces financial misconduct charges charges. And it seems that Lebanon's government has welcomed him. So how did he get their Khloe. Cornish with the Financial Times is reporting out this story. She's on skype from in Beirut. Hey chloe I know so. You've been talking to people who have been talking to Carlos Jones family. Are we any closer to solving the mystery of how this man got Out of Japan. What are they telling you? I'm not I really to be honest at this point. Able to say how he got out of Japan and what what we do know at this point that he had a French possible in his possession which he was able to use what we do also know now this morning learning is that Turkish authorities are looking into how he was able to transit through techie on his way from Asaka in Japan to Ebanon which is what he seemed to have done. Sexual therapies at concerned that his entry and exit to the country wasn't registered That's interesting you also found out that he hired private investigators instigators right. What was their role in this so I just just to be fair? I didn't find that out but the so it's not private. Investigators I am but it's believed that a private security company was used to help orchestrate this this escape flight from Japan which clearly like took a lot. Uh Planning right as you say. Twenty four seven so they events you also reported that Lebanese officials had been pushing for his release. And I think this is one of the really interesting things things about Carlos going. This is what you might call a worldly man Can you explain to people why Lebanon is so interested in him in particular he has family roots roots. There right. Yes so call US Lawson which is how you pronounce? His name and Arctic is a Lebanese citizen. His his family are from Lebanon. He spent quite a large chunk of his childhood in Lebanon. He was he was born in Brazil and he has business interests here as well just sort of small business interests on the side of being one of the world's various automotive moguls and he's part owner of a winery and He he holds a Lebanese passport and the Lebanese government which which I found out yesterday had actually requested his extradition from Japan back in November last year in the formal formal letters to the Japanese government. And this was a request that was reiterated. Actually just a week ago in kind of coincidental timing When the Japanese foreign minister made an official visit to Beirut on some of the twentieth so at a meeting with The Lebanese beneath President and the Japanese far far Minnesota this file was was raised again. This request of Mr Corson's extradition was an for him to face trial in Lebanon rather than Japan was was raised again. I see in very quickly. What do Lebanese people ordinary people think of him for a long time on call us? Washington has been seen as a sort of August of successes. Eleven expatriate Lebanon has a very strong business culture and also has a huge population relation. But it's fair to say his is dimming. There's another I would think. Maybe he's maybe he is guilty. They don't they don't know financial supporter. khloe corners. Thanks so much thank you.

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"corson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"corson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Am me I had some set up with you and fell apart it took three nine what else is on the blog we had Joe deters coming up he's been on there now this will be forty nine times so far this year whose he wanted his he won the contest or is forty nine without question and I understand that all right Richard Kate Jones forty eight twenty three twenty three yes and it's not been very pretty for sure of jealous is or is not performing well you know not performing Joe deters gets it down with a gang of five every time something happens and I got a call Joan Corson to come on the air you know he fights me every time and like I'm sure he does what else is on the blog we also have a glitter bomb date package yeah or where is this is the season for people to steal stuff from your porch so here's the ultimate revenge a glitter bomb with a a switcher that allows the actual package itself to call the police and inform them of the location also Hanley county ban on homeless camps partially overturned by state appeals courts are joking address myself to that I say ship them out to Clermont county Batavia Clear Creek township just get him out would you they go back to third street now can't think I don't know about that we have to restore the opinion there welcome in Batavia aren't thank Joe I'm not in Batavia so I guess your enemy I yeah I mean that'll battle they used to do those things the condo where they would actually purchase bus tickets to different parts of Illinois so just go no just a ship and yeah maybe we did we yeah okay here's someone with a mega bus ticket to beautiful Long Beach California they love you out there they would Rachel thank you very much chip thank you my best to the dysfunctional hillbilly haven't of clam I well I think you just did I did but I would assume the all.

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"corson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"corson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's getting a lot of attention with respect to the so called gig economy and its impact on uber lift and delivery services it's actually a long running dispute in employment law as to why this classification of full time employees of independent contractors and which is alleged by a plaintiff's lawyers to be aware that companies avoid paying the payroll taxes and the benefits that come along with employment this is for those plaintiffs lawyers put up by the government are they really autonomous individuals who have concerns no they're talking about the divisions and by the way I've sued companies for doing this because there are situations in which companies commit fraud on their employees by for years paying somebody who works eight hours a day as an independent contractor and that's not really you know right they're not getting the benefits of employment law that you you you know that other people get so I think that's one bucket of issues a substandard waitresses or you know workers at a tech company or whatever who are not getting the benefits and sometimes this is used by the way to hire foreign workers H. one B. workers etcetera and not pay them the same as American workers which sounds attractive a business point of view but from a overall economy for has the has the effect of undercutting wages for the full time workers so there's a there are complicated issues here but where it's got the most attention is one major out of state lawyer from Boston began suing uber and left several years ago over the alleged miss classification of the independent contractors who drive vehicles for these companies and she's filed like dozens of lawsuits as you fall dozens of lawsuits against all the delivery companies door dash and you know post made sense and stuff like that which ultimately led to all this agitation that led to this new law quite frankly it's going to make her and other lawyers like her well see but I'm not sure it makes much of a difference to workers other than taking away for. X. ability for those in this new category of gig economy I think is a very crude instrument to deal with a complex problem what is the borough test. well the road test was the more traditional tests that had to do with how you determine whether somebody was an independent contractor and there are you know sliding scale factors that involved how much control the employer has over the employer the worker do they bring their own tools you know that it was sort of a multi factor test that was quite flexible and so employees are let's say workers who did not want to be employees could be you know put themselves into that test by bringing their own computer their own cleaning supplies on setting their own hours all that's been done away with so the flexibility that previously existed in California law with respect to classification which is sometimes abuse like I pointed out that sometimes very good has been eliminated with this very rigid to test under the so called dynamax decision that basically makes it virtually impossible to categorize somebody in California as an independent contractor unless they have their own business exclusively doing what they're doing for your company and also you know a couple of other a couple of other factors and and so so for example one of the key factors as whatever bit whatever work they're doing for your company it can't be the core function of your company so this is putting labor and you know left obviously in this in the awkward position of having to argue that driving vehicles is not a core function of their company they're claiming their software platform that connects drivers and. passengers which I think is frankly also a bit of a stretch yeah no it did I think what I've been hearing a lot of people say and we had representative who we have Patterson was he what he was saying and and and I think what some people we've been hearing now talking about arguing and maybe you can clarify this for is what I I think some people having a problem with is that how it was done and what some of the car about square for some of the people who are carved out of this that they had lobby as they want up to Sacramento and it's like okay. everybody else is an independent contractor but this group of people you're not certain doctors certain you know people but that would check off the same boxes as these people on the right but you're not exempt and so those people are saying wait a minute what about us we we basically would be if you ask us the same questions we are an independent contractor and so use a wire they exempt and we're not are we not you know do we not pay off the right politicians or what have you so and there is basically saying I I don't know with that with the you know lawyers he could be it's like a corporate tax and under the law like so how how is that going to play out do you see that that there's gonna be litigation so first of all what I would say to those people as yes you didn't pay off the right lobby is you don't own the right politicians it is as simple as that it could Sacramento is completely corrupt it's a one party state and it's it's run by you know dumb people who'd never signed the front of a paycheck themselves you know a sort of a lot of union and people and you know don't create jobs and help pay people for work they have no idea what it means to run a business but they know what it means take money to get reelected and get you know they're fat weekend judge junkets and exotic locations that's really my sorry being ours but that now the reality is we're dealing with him and it's totally unfair and so if you didn't have a lobbyist for your little new issue did not get your car about what I could you know and and you know the route to economic regulation by the state is subject to a fairly low level of scrutiny with respect to legal or regulation they only have to have sort of a rational basis I think there may be some situations where this is not going to pass the rational basis test of carving out certain types of workers because a lobbyist who owned the business like that cards about and then and then not others I mean you know the big category I've spoken to a number of uber and lift drivers I right over left not left to right over several times a day some days and I have yet to meet one who says I'd really love to be an employee and my flexibility none of them say that because like they're like I am I'm a real estate agent with the government I want to work for the government on the weekends they do this to. Hey my kids college education and nobody wants to be at the Beck and call of their employer which is really what an employment relationship as your employer Sucher hours your employer tells you who did pick up and what to do if your employer tells you the routes that's an employment situation and most over drivers don't want that so we're speaking Herbie Dylan cheesy turn imagine parted Dylan law group can find her at Dylan D. H. I. L. L. O. N. law dot com are you still with us cross the break you got it ours is a hundred to two two five two two to return with some calls for John Corson updates from any of her other projects were leaning on her more to protect us from our government the entry doctors with the virus of ninety.

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Cassey Ho on Cultivating a Positive Body Image and Creating Happiness Through Fitness

Almost 30 Podcast

06:45 min | 3 years ago

Cassey Ho on Cultivating a Positive Body Image and Creating Happiness Through Fitness

"So it all started in two thousand nine. I I was graduating from school and I had found a new job on the East Coast and I've been teaching at twenty four hour fitness couple times a week. you know the seven thirty pm pop pilates class us. No one else was teaching pilates. Pop Music choreographed to the beat so when I told them I had to go. My students were like what are we going to do without you. No one else is is going to teach this class so I thought okay. Maybe I'll record a ten minute video of myself a release it on a website called Youtube which is very different than what it is today and it was literally four forty people put it up on Youtube. I didn't even know how to edit really so I still myself. is actually at Sam's parents home. Sam is my husband and I just like chopped up. The beginning at the end tried not to mess up in the middle and that's what I uploaded. It was terrible quality. The next time I looked at the video there are thousands of us and hundreds of comments and that's Atsuo got started with the intention to continue teaching you mentioned that Youtube has changed so much and we've seen that as well I wanNA know like how Youtube do you see. Youtube has changed fitness. How people can access it how you can really communicate with people through youtube to live a healthier healthier life youtube us really made fitness affordable accessible for everyone because you can get started as long as you have access to the Internet and it's given a lot of women especially confidence to begin working out because you do it in the comfort of your own home so a lot of the pop stars who start doing pop bodies. He's doing it in their bedrooms by themselves. I mean they just discovered Kinda like how I started when I was sixteen and I was watching Mari Windsor pilates. DVD's doing it in my bedroom. gives you the confidence to start you know building stronger body and then you may get more confidence that he'd go to the gym and then two hundred in front of people start taking group classes so I I love that Youtube gave me the opportunity to be able to teach without any geographic restriction any time restriction. I've been able to meet so many people do that. One of my favorite videos that you've done is the perfect body. Has Anyone seen that one yes and no women living in this day and age you know we see so many images looking on instagram and social media even being here can be hard. Sometimes there's so much pressure for us to have a certain or perfect body and I love that you spoke spoke to that even before. It seemed to be a really popular conversation in the media today. Can you talk about the inspiration for that and for the people that actually haven't seen the video yet. Go Watch it a little overview review of what it is and what it's about okay so when I first started on Youtube. I was afraid that my I mean comment was going to be oh her toes. It's not pointed enough. Her legs not straight enough and interestingly enough bet never really happened the. I mean common ever got. was she so fat if you work out that much why are you so fat. Why don't you have ads like it was like really like I mean and I grew up as a Chubby kid so it brought up all of my insecurities. I remember just crying and not being able to control it because I'm like oh. My Gosh like everyone sees this thing that I feel so terrible about. That's not all of the comments. It's a very minute a new number but you always tend to focus on the negative stuff anyway aid had been years since I've been on youtube and it just got to a point where it really was attacking me personally early in my mental health so I said okay. Let's figure out a way to take this negative energy and turn it into positive energy so I sat down and thought okay well. What if I took all these mean comments in. I altered my body to look like how people thought they wanted me to look and so I created a video called the perfect perfect body where I'm literally shaving into my ways shaving into my thigh gap shaving a adding inches to my but adding interest to my boobs and at the end you see me looking like this thing that calms are trying to make me look like and you'll see what happens at the end when you watch the video but I had done it originally for myself to heal he'll what ended up happening was that people started sharing it with their sisters their mothers in all these women who just felt so connected with that and it ended up going viral it was on Good Morning. America like eight went beyond what they ever thought it was but it all started as a place for me to heal from those comments jared like to just dig into that for a moment because has you are so public. I mean you have millions and millions of us. People are turning to you every single week and so do you ever feel overwhelmed and if so like how are you taking care of yourself behind the scenes yes I think I'm overwhelmed overwhelmed though from my own standards and expectations what I really love about my husband. He teaches me how to have fun just to chill out for a second packet so particular about everything but ways that I like to relax are what a half time. I'd like to get a deep tissue massage. I really like it hard. Does anyone like it. Yeah there. You go talking rag with oil okay. I also love taking dance classes. I feel like they really free me. From jazz has deals classes so fine. I really feel like unrestricted and I spent time with Sam Corson than our dog Sir George and he just brings me so much love. I love is kisses. Yeah it's the simplicity of at all because I think it can get so complicated to create a brand different legs of your brand so I think keeping it simple is just a way. It's really take care of yourself behind the scenes up so with that video. You know there's a lot of people that are commenting there. They have opinions. They're sharing all of these things. That's why I would never be on youtube to be honest the first common I'd be out. How do you like a thrown in excel. How do you deal with the haters the criticism you know and I think that's a perfect example of how you transmuted that negative energy into something beautiful that was healing for you and healing others but how do you deal with other criticisms that you received like what do you. How do you keep your mental game correct. We host remember that these comments coming from people hiding behind a screen name in an Avatar. I've never had anyone anyone go up to my face and ever say any of those things to me so you have to remember that first secondly there's hateful comments that could either be racist or just downright hateful well and there's constructive criticism which can hurt but then you have to step back and think okay. How can I take your advice to make myself better and once you get to a healthy space okay. Let me look at this rationally then. It's okay so if you can put the comments into two different buckets and then we'll just the happy positive comments then you know what to do with it. It's how you decide decide to deal with. What people are telling you.

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"corson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"corson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight ten alright chip Franklin and Nikki mature thanks for listening on your ride home we really appreciate it heather Corson give you the latest on the road sixty two for that so we all remember well maybe you don't but I remember the story about the the the whole idea of a whether or not area maybe the funeral home of the trans gender workers they said that men have to dress a certain way was an anti trans ruling okay at a funeral home a it was about good it's been going on for about a year and a half anyway the the deal is whether transom ploys can be fired for simply be entrance but the lower court also ruled that a company can force a woman to wear skirts so she can't wear pants suit because they can force you know that in other words they have the right to tell people of either sex with after semangat were skirt and write it were pants okay but I don't first of all I love this like what men really gonna wear free concert right I mean to well I think that if you're talking about a religious group that doesn't recognize that trans gender as being nothing at all then I could see how they would impose that like no we are only going to consider you a man even though you're trans gender and and since you're a man you can only wear pants but a private business still uses public has public combination issues right so the people they come there are protected by again some basic civil rights in other words if I go to which just like the whole deal with the cake right I mean you know if you're open to the public you can't turn people away if you want to if you're hiring people you can't turn people away because who who they are and and you know I don't know if trance falls under sexual orientation but it worked it's close to now France is not a sexual orientation no I know I said I don't know if it falls under the protections I don't know nation yeah yeah anyway it's it's so that's where we are we're bringing this up because the Supreme Court will decide some pot sometime probably October whether or not to allow women to go to the beach and and not have a top on it's crazy that would even talking about this but I mean this goes deeper and I and that one caller that said you know this is about you know men and there's the weird double sort of loving and loathing of women's bodies and you know how they treat sex in its member in Kerry we're a member the mother the crazy religious mother and locked her up pillows yeah this you go the rest pillows read she called those well religion anyway I'm coming up JZ is back in the news and again I've I like him even less I wanna talk to wash oppose sports reporter about the the kneeling incident and Cabernet can JZ it all comes together next okay Jim.

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"corson" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"corson" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Cheese. All New Jersey and all New Jersey made homemade cheese and the Mundy farm sauces to. We gotta find a way to mass produce that stuff what kind of mass produce? I mean look, it's not an imagined burger. Pies impossible burger, but it was a pretty close. Second. What do they missed Jeff Corson who, by the by was first ticket purchaser this year? No winner. No winter. You were the first one to buy tickets. He bought ten by the way. And he donated all of them to the Saint Benedict center. So his was ten of the ninety one and the one that made it in there. One of them one of Tim, Tim Williams coming all the way from South Carolina, Tim, you at Charleston Florence close. Second. No. Have you had a Bill Murray, citing? Okay. All right. Lots of Bill Mercedes Charleston DOE. Critically. Crazy, ladies and okay. Well, we'll hear all about it. Ethan. We leave my mouth.

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"corson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"corson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To Louisville where the Virginia Cavaliers have climb the ladder hitter advancing to the final four beating Purdue by score eighty to seventy five and overtime along with Will Perdue on branding coach Tenny, Tony Bennett and his team climbing the water ladder, cutting down the nets Swarner the official ladder of NCAA. March madness of the official ladder, professional contractors everywhere. Warner number one in ladders, and what a feeling this must be for Virginian. Tony Bennett after years of heartache last year's lost a UNBC finally breaking through and Virginia's in the final four for the first time since nineteen eighty four thirty five year drought over. You got to feel good for Tony Bennett there. There's a criticism of his style of basketball. Doesn't get you very far the NC double A tournament. But the interesting thing is as he said dance with the one that brought you. In their dance partner was their defense. We've seen their team throughout the season in ACC play NCWA play the Oregon game struggled to score on the offensive end for one reason or another very streaky at best. But the thing in the confidence that teams have when they know they can rely on their defense, and they can rely on each other. You can't put a vet. You can't put a price tag on that. And when they got through streaks of this game tonight they were able to lean on their defense and slowly. But surely suffocate the offense of Purdue then when I talked to Virginia about what's the word they use to describe themselves on the defensive end, they said stout. And they stood up to the challenge today able to win that game. Corson Edward for Purdue was outstanding forty two points fourteen point five from the field ten of nineteen from behind the arc. But coach painter and the Purdue Boilermakers also dance with the one they brought them and it was Carson Edwards. But unfortunately, unlike the Tennessee game Ryan Klein stepped up and dropped twenty seven to help out personnel who scored twenty nine tonight but close to score for him. Tonight was Klein was seven gel eastern was seven. He did dot get any help on the offense of end. He ended up scoring forty five of their seventy-five. And they fall short of making it to the final four edited three pointers at Carson Edwards made tied for the second most in an NC double A tournament game. But it's it's all about the Cavaliers in overtime with a five point victory right now. Let's head back to Jason Horowitz. The Westwood One broadcast center. Granted will thank you very much.

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"corson" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"corson" Discussed on First Things First

"Mario Rivera maybe now, they'll take away some of these biases. A you can't tell the story of baseball without these two. I'm totally against both of you with the p. Ee deed early on with staying late. All right. He got assistance. That's the reason why his numbers are greater than Mickey Mantle. And all that. Yeah. He's taking a shot in his but. Out here. And the NFL that chiefs mired defensive coordinator Bob Sutton, following their loss to the patriots Casey gave up over forty points per game in their losses. This year stink. Chiefs have to make this move. Yeah. You know, I think one you have to have better personnel. I don't think there's any question about that. But the fact that you didn't seem to adjust during those gains where you were giving up those points you come down to over time. And you got him in third down and ten three different times on a seventy five yard drive, and you can't get off the football field about blend. Yeah. You're sitting there off to you're sitting there playing too high. Right. You're play man cover to the whole time going. Okay. We're going to stop them with this change it up. I mean, if I'm going to go down, I'm gonna go down with a fight. Right. Somebody's getting a bloody nose the end of the game. Even if we lose it. I try not to call for people's jobs. I said yesterday on this show that I thought Bob Sutton would be fired today. He was fired one day early that chiefs need a fresh mind at defensive coordinator stick with football. Now to the eagles upon shell report came out this week calling future of the franchise Carson Wentz, both egotistical and selfish cited anonymous players a number of his teammates have since come out in defending. Their quarterback yesterday. It was Jason Kelsey spoke out ripped the report saying I go to war any day of the week and twice on Sunday. With guys like Carson Wentz Markle your reaction to this Maria should somebody. There's somebody within the organization that's disgruntled. It's kind of like you talked about Colby's Lee. You know, it's always somebody else's fault. Corson wants having met with the eagles having met with Carson once and just watched those guys rally around him a year ago. I did eagles game with Carson once they absolutely love that guy for the majority of that team. They love that guy. And that guy's an unselfish football player that puts the team first. So I don't know what you would like I heard talking about this yesterday. And you know, it's a disgruntled wide receiver. That's not getting his shine that he thinks he should get or because Nick foles comes in and distributes the ball little bit differently than Carson Wentz. Does your mad about that? But the bottom line is. I think the guys who have stood up guys who come to the fore for. The guys who aren't cowards that leave things in honest. You know, the guys who have come to rally round Carson Wentz. Those guys that I would put more Meriden those guys I trust more. There's a number of things coming out of this report that I don't like does the reporter have plenty of time to build ask questions. He could've went to all the press comedy. Could a question Carson Wentz. There's a number things he could have done to validate. This report that he decided not to do. So I know my I don't have a school named after me as far as broadcasting journalism, but just some of the basics as far as following a getting someone to be able to go on the record those things would have helped his credibility. Now. I am a person that will have X teammates say some of the same thing. They said about Carson Wentz. Oh, he's selfish yet you damn right? I'm you better be selfish to be a good football player. You have to be selfish you can be selfish within the team concept. But you've gotta get yourself ready..

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Overwatch League comes to ESPN, Disney and ABC

Bloomberg Markets

03:16 min | 4 years ago

Overwatch League comes to ESPN, Disney and ABC

"Medical products manufacturers and service providers who will focus on building the business in the united states and then expanding its global according to a new job this is why spencer such a great reporter he looks at all different things look at a job posting and what that job is looking for what it might mean for the company anyway amazon shares just up a little bit but they've had quite a run this europe fifty percent get another one for us yeah activision shot saw their shares rise today because they made a deal with espn and other disney networks where are they going to air their professional video game competition is called the overwatch league and it's the first person shooter game i have no idea what you're talking about the gamers out there will know probably even more than me but it was a title that came out in two thousand sixteen and because it was so popular there she created professional leagues around this game and they've actually sold twelve city franchises at twenty million dollars apiece right angled mistakes actually predicts that by twenty twenty twenty twenty two they may have about two hundred seventy six million viewers with them on league with the national football league and again this is a video game where people playing teens it's amazing this east sports competition and i know people are actually going to venues to watch play east sports this has become a thing in a pretty popular exactly even on youtube a lot of people just go to watch somebody play the game with rather than actually playing themselves wild activision as you mentioned atv is the ticker stock was up three point two percent today to seventy eight sixty one share your number two gainer in the s and p five hundred is that a pretty good run to if bullish ron right certainly this year is up about twenty four percent you mentioned espn of course owned by disney i do want to take a look at disney and comcast and fox because that battle disney corson comcast battling for fox twentyfirst century fox's entertainment assets and we had some more news about that so disney shares closed up one point nine percent today's session one eight oh four a share if i lake take a quick look at comcast shares let me just pull that up and that's doc was up about one point three percent and then if i take a look at twenty first century fox but but but papa that was up now that was actually down about three point nine percent but anyway we continue to follow that story right at the ongoing battle yeah and it's being talked about big time at sun valley the bay guy allen and company media conference will look for some more headlines out of that melody thank you so much milly one or she is bloomberg news editor taking us through some of the winners and losers on this wednesday quick check on the volatility index report as stocks sold off a bit here on this wednesday we had the vix moving up after one two three four days of declines the vix up seven point eight percent up almost one point closing at thirteen point sixty two just a quick recap of wall street dow jones industrial average up no forgive me down eight tenths of a percent of two hundred nineteen point snp decline of about twenty points down seven tenths of a percent and we had the nasdaq down just about six tenths of a percent down forty two points closing at seventy seven sixteen this is bloomberg markets i'm carol massar time to get a check on world and national news headlines nathan hager.

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