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Batman: The Court of Owls Explained
"Okeydokey so Batman, the Court of ours explained you see. Those of you knew view well-versed in all things DC. Batman has a well known in timeless gallery villains but one of his more recent adverts, adversaries poses one of the greatest threats to Gotham city. The merciless group is known only as the court of owls a secret society with comedy. Britain's revealed a pages of the new fifty, two relaunch in twenty eleven in fact there. So secret, you might not even know who they are when Batman down to down to cowl. Guidance of the creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg. Capello a team that will quickly be considered one of the best ever to take on Cape Crusader. The ruthless cabal proved to be a match for the dark knight with a news at. Wb Montreal's Batman Video. Game, will finally revealed at DC fan dome this weekend and May pit the player against the sinister secret society. Let's get to know this dangerous foe and formidable edition, two Batmans rogues gallery and. We got images to go along with it as you can see here, he's Duke, it out. Bingo. Yeah. APP. Pretty. Good. So Spoilers follow read or listen or watch at your own risk but I, I have a feeling that this'll set a good foundation or framework for maybe what to expect from the next game coming out. Later this year or at least announced this weekend. But what is the court of owls while the court als has long been legend in Gotham City beware the court of ours began a local nursery rhyme that watches all the time ruling Gotham from shadowed perched behind granite and lime. When Bruce Wayne was placed in a crosshairs of an assassination plot, he learned to court and it's assassins are very real. Some of Gotham wealthiest and most well-connected families make up the court vowels for centuries they used their power and influence to turn the tides of politics and control the city according to their designs often resorting to the use of highly trained assassins called talents to achieve their nefarious goals. The Wayne Family was one of the is a longstanding rivals Alan Wayne one cities, builders, and Bruce's great. Great Grandfather. was plagued by the quarterback until they tortured him to death in nineteen, twenty, two as Bruce himself had heated a legend suspected the court having a hand in his parent's death believing that their murder was bit too random to be mere coincidence in many ways. It was my first case as a detective. He told Dick Grayson Bruce found no trace of them or their involvement in Wayne's death. He's sporadically looked into society is he honed his skills as an adult court alluded his site until he became a target himself Yeah Kinda interesting The story then continues on I'm not GonNa read all about it but I do go over the court of orgin. Notable members of the Court of Appeals and then powers and abilities or read about that a little bit not only to court of Alice Asan's talents strong enough to take on Batman and some of his enemies in the night of the owls tying issues they were able to return from mortal wounds and death itself. Thanks to a chemical compound at gave them Meta. Human regenerative abilities. The judgment to bring them back in a service was made by the court who awaken the assassins when Anita rose to help them reclaim their power in Gotham city towns are also skilled combatants, stealthy and lethal. They wielded clawlike blades as their signature weapons to pierce target in specific parts of the body to make their death as painful as possible Keep in mind the court TV and video games. Wow. If you've been watching TV shows or movies or anything they kind of had. Mentions. Some just GONNA wrap it up here by saying the Corvallis most notably made an appearance in television series Gotham where they worked their machinate machinations behind the scenes until rising to the forefront in series third season The court has also made a brief appearance in the form of a talent assassin in twenty eighteen lego DC super villains, and then two thousand fifteen animated film Batman Versus Robin introduced a court hours and talent as Bam next for the idea of the shadowy group behind the death of his parents film is loosely based on the story of the Comics Ping Bruce and daming against each other as a clash over the distant print personalities and crime fighting. Fluffy's the triumph over to Corvallis on that assassins Damian was left questioning who he is and how he fits into his father's white life. But how does it fit into the next Batman game while Scotsman himself teased the first line of the nursery rhyme before the court of owls in a tagline capture the night not that much of a stretch to guess that the secret society will be playing a role in an ex Batman game whether it's a shadowy group themselves or the assassins they unleash. Batman will certainly have a lot to contend with in his next battle to save Gotham city and I for one after reading that, and now very interested in what's happening this weekend. What is the game that is coming out? I? Mean I know that it's going to be the suicide squad Kill the Justice League that seems kind of interesting I'll be keeping nine net but the next Batman. Game. All man if you guys can make something to top Arkham night. I will be impressed
Batman: The Court of Owls Explained
"Batman, the Court of ours explained you see. Those of you knew view well-versed in all things DC. Batman has a well known in timeless gallery villains but one of his more recent adverts, adversaries poses one of the greatest threats to Gotham city. The merciless group is known only as the court of owls a secret society with comedy. Britain's revealed a pages of the new fifty, two relaunch in twenty eleven in fact there. So secret, you might not even know who they are when Batman down to down to cowl. Guidance of the creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg. Capello a team that will quickly be considered one of the best ever to take on Cape Crusader. The ruthless cabal proved to be a match for the dark knight with a news at. Wb Montreal's Batman Video. Game, will finally revealed at DC fan dome this weekend and May pit the player against the sinister secret society. Let's get to know this dangerous foe and formidable edition, two Batmans rogues gallery and. We got images to go along with it as you can see here, he's Duke, it out. Bingo. Yeah. APP. Pretty. Good. So Spoilers follow read or listen or watch at your own risk but I, I have a feeling that this'll set a good foundation or framework for maybe what to expect from the next game coming out. Later this year or at least announced this weekend. But what is the court of owls while the court als has long been legend in Gotham City beware the court of ours began a local nursery rhyme that watches all the time ruling Gotham from shadowed perched behind granite and lime. When Bruce Wayne was placed in a crosshairs of an assassination plot, he learned to court and it's assassins are very real. Some of Gotham wealthiest and most well-connected families make up the court vowels for centuries they used their power and influence to turn the tides of politics and control the city according to their designs often resorting to the use of highly trained assassins called talents to achieve their nefarious goals. The Wayne Family was one of the is a longstanding rivals Alan Wayne one cities, builders, and Bruce's great. Great Grandfather. was plagued by the quarterback until they tortured him to death in nineteen, twenty, two as Bruce himself had heated a legend suspected the court having a hand in his parent's death believing that their murder was bit too random to be mere coincidence in many ways. It was my first case as a detective. He told Dick Grayson Bruce found no trace of them or their involvement in Wayne's death. He's sporadically looked into society is he honed his skills as an adult court alluded his site until he became a target himself Yeah Kinda interesting The story then continues on I'm not GonNa read all about it but I do go over the court of orgin. Notable members of the Court of Appeals and then powers and abilities or read about that a little bit not only to court of Alice Asan's talents strong enough to take on Batman and some of his enemies in the night of the owls tying issues they were able to return from mortal wounds and death itself. Thanks to a chemical compound at gave them Meta. Human regenerative abilities. The judgment to bring them back in a service was made by the court who awaken the assassins when Anita rose to help them reclaim their power in Gotham city towns are also skilled combatants, stealthy and lethal. They wielded clawlike blades as their signature weapons to pierce target in specific parts of the body to make their death as painful as possible Keep in mind the court TV and video games. Wow. If you've been watching TV shows or movies or anything they kind of had. Mentions. Some just GONNA wrap it up here by saying the Corvallis most notably made an appearance in television series Gotham where they worked their machinate machinations behind the scenes until rising to the forefront in series third season The court has also made a brief appearance in the form of a talent assassin in twenty eighteen lego DC super villains, and then two thousand fifteen animated film Batman Versus Robin introduced a court hours and talent as Bam next for the idea of the shadowy group behind the death of his parents film is loosely based on the story of the Comics Ping Bruce and daming against each other as a clash over the distant print personalities and crime fighting. Fluffy's the triumph over to Corvallis on that assassins Damian was left questioning who he is and how he fits into his father's white life. But how does it fit into the next Batman game while Scotsman himself teased the first line of the nursery rhyme before the court of owls in a tagline capture the
Expert Says U.S. Current Trend in Coronavirus Cases Isn’t Sustainable
"With us. Dr. John Wade CI, the professor of the Global Health Programme, professor of health system and policy program. And the director of the Center for Global Health College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. And Dr CI Welcome back to the Mark Mason Show. It's my pleasure to be back with you. Well, I'm glad to hear your voice again. I always use you is kind of our update into the really world of Corona virus. What's really going on and a lot has happened since we last talked. On that the virus seems to be more prevalent than ever. But we seem to be learning to live with it. I suppose one of the virus limits we can live with. I mean, we won't like it. But can we get by at this rate? No. We add a to high rate a TTE this great, many, many stay or counties there. Health care for city would not be able to 15 we We have to bring down because most European and Asian country at much lower levels, so they are able to lead you much higher level of activity, which we still cannot. And so if we maintain this high level or pandemic, it will hurt both our economy and people's life and health, and so we had to do something to bring it down to a much lower level. Wow. I don't know how we do that. The governor's talked about maybe travel restrictions. Is that one possible thing we should seriously look at where maybe people from high incident states are are not allowed to come where they if they do. Come there, quarantined. Well, it is. It's It's a good idea, in theory, but in practice will be very difficult to implement. Because he had to send lots of people to monitor to supervise and that costs money. So are you thinking another lock down or slow down? No, no, I think for the last Upfield. Early June, We duty our 2.5 months left town. And we see the serious impact on Mike, honey, and I don't think al economy can sustain more locked down. What we need to do is to learn how to live. Save it. How to operate our business. I work safety and one particular major. Uh, I know the difficulty but that's very critical measure, not just Oregon. But slowly, 90 states we were not able to implement and that is one of the biggest reason we are in this high level off epidemic. So remember in my early and Evi I mentioned that there are three step process. That's important. The first step is contact tracing. The second step is testing and so We're not doing a superb job, but we have the great improvement compare with March or April in term of the first step. But we still fail on the last step that is after the testing. What do we do with the confirmed cases So far, we only isolate people with moderate to see via symptoms. And completely neglected people with mild or no symptoms, and the latest studies, said just people with mild to know Simpson. They accounted for about 80% of total infection. But this 80% of total infection also, if we don't contain them, they also contribute to about 70 to 80% of new infection. Just think about this way. We pay attention to the Penta pus it with more moderate to severe symptoms contained them. But we let the other 80% continue to spread the virus free tea, and it will be a miracle if we don't have. Ah, hi. Hi. Cases continue to be in this house. How did we get more testing? I mean, we can barely my doctor tells me that he has no more tests because they've shipped him off to Florida and Texas and other states that need him. That's a problem I was comparing with Beck in March or April, Wright had done better dimension. We're not doing a super job during the testing as well, Well, I'm with you on the testing, and they and the containment. It's just a question of Why aren't we doing it? There are multiple reason one if people are still resisting the idea ofthe isolation and quality scene and the other financial Many Asian country. I don't know much about European country mediation country like Taiwan, they when they have a mandatory quarantine, isolation, government pay for the costs and company people. The example of Taiwan in their quarantine and isolation. Everyone who and the quarantine everyday received about equipment to certify us started per day for 14 days. So people who need to be quarantined need to be compensated because they lost income and we're not able to do that. I know we're on our financial crunch. So it's both financial reason but also political social reason, because people are not waiting. Yeah, I would have to be afraid, though. Doctors at the AA liberal Mike what would fake Corona virus just so he could sit at home for two weeks and get paid by the government? But there's you know, there's the question of you gotta have the test and it's got to come back positive. So I'm with you. I think a lot of listeners were with you test and contained testing contain, And maybe that's what they should be trying to come up with. In the way of money in Washington, D C right now, the World Health Organization says We should not expect a miracle where a vaccine is concerned. Are we being spoon fed in folded a cure A vaccine, If you will make may not be what we think it's going to be. So that I have some reservations because we still know ability to about the vaccine because there's no effective action available yet. I think I just saw the news. Russia has a plan to have a effective action by October, and we don't know how safe it is, but I think they're waiting between safe and effectiveness. For the U. S. I think the earliest might be the beginning of next year. And I cannot say anything about how effective it is because we haven't seen that yet. We don't know yet, but most likely given the nature of the disease, even an effective vaccine. The immunity may not last very long. If the image can last up to a year. That would be wonderful, but most likely will be somewhere between six months and 12 months. That means we may need to do more than one dose of
Whats that big bird
"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The
"corvallis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Even okay you shouldn't waste my time well I could use them right now what is it it was delayed getting across the border he's not in an hour ahead of me riding in it we can overtake them before it gets to the so they didn't find even coming up as the other one getting in that further into the ditch a friendly little not yet remind me never to get you mad at me now let's see if we can catch up with a truck again the throttle to the floor and hold it there the minutes tick off this is the last lap of the race in the lab the pays off of the head of it somewhere Dr Cornell in the truck riding innocently into a death trap are trying to catch up with him before the trap is sprung but at least we pulled down the opposition Mars acts out of commission also the fake wagon driver who tried the machine gun may I should believe just the brand those house Dr Corvallis heading for finally we get to the outskirts of the city sorry points ahead yeah if you're not the one doctor Cornell's writing and I did my wait a minute drive one of my many can depart okay as soon as we get up to the truck pulled alongside it hello Dr.
"corvallis" Discussed on KCBS All News
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Man sues fertility clinic after discovering he has 17 children
"Six in Oregon man says he is a father far more than he intended CBS news correspondent Pam culture explains Dr Bryce Cleary donated is permanent Oregon fertility clinic thirty years ago he's now suing claiming a sperm was used a father at least seventeen children and possibly many more in violation of an agreement that no more than five children will be created clearing who lives in Corvallis also says at least two of the offspring attended the same schools as the children he raised with his wife that would violate another promise by the Oregon health and science university clinic that all of the children be born to mothers outside the state Pam Coulter CBS
"corvallis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Their land for Wake Forest Wisconsin in South Florida they got to go down to Tampa you think they're going to fall in that heat down there they have a non proven quarterback they have a start running reading their quarterbacks gone they they have nothing less when I sent them unproven quarterback retailers the stock but early in the year the Florida teams have such a huge advantage it's ninety five degrees with a hundred percent humidity and a lot of these teams is run out of gas and then it's gonna be in pouring rain this weekend yeah all of Florida is that I don't think Friday is gonna be raining tomorrow night's AB rating in in Tampa holder moving the jacks though that Saturday that Friday they're fine so do you think South Florida could be could be was god thinking they can hang with a so you like her yeah I think they can hang with the Michigan Tulsa Michigan state tells us Michigan state at the bus run defense of my country last year yeah I don't think that they should you know they always mess around now watch it not covered at all levels for a lot of points with their differences always the record he amassed as you cancel that game that's yeah that's a one for that could be as bad as the Superbowl last year right what about a hot tomato at Colorado state in Denver where the Broncos play their plan in that stadium I like Colorado all night game yeah the ticket and land that's well now Purdue at Reno against Nevada the end of take that tends about what the will Patterson was up to a level that I yeah that's not bad is it yeah Oklahoma state Oregon state in Corvallis you think that'll be everything that's an over not so sure about over seventy grand up yeah sky.
Arizona teacher strike: Union boss warns walkout could be 'long haul'
"So if you remember how it went. Read for read said, we wanna raise the governor said, you know, what you're right. So he went to the legislature, president of the Senate speaker house and said can we get this done? And they said, you know, what we can get it done. We're gonna get them the twenty percent they've asked for over three years. We're going to do it. So the governor came back a couple of days later and said you're going to get the raise. Well, Joe Thomas who had taken over the movement by then who is the head of the unions in Arizona week as they are. And Noah carve, Ellis, the self socialist and guiding Derrick Harris was no longer here. Rebecca Garelli on these red. Fred people said, we don't believe you, Mr. governor, Mr. MRs legislators, we don't believe you. So we're going to walk out of school anyway, and they did seventy thousand people strong. And a lot of you don't know this, and I can't drive this home enough. The legislature worked on a budget that over a three year period gives teachers at twenty percent raise half of it in year one. And they were working on passing this budget until the wee hours of the morning. Do you know that leadership of red? Fred Joe Thomas, Noah, Carvalhas, Derrick Harris, all of them with their friends and in the democratic caucus in both the house and the Senate tried to kill that budget. Do you know that they want a governor Ducey gone so badly that they tried to kill the twenty percent raises for the teachers? So they could say it never happened. Like, they said it wasn't going to. And I will I will respectfully cast out the invitation one more time Joe Thomas. Derrick Harris has gone Joe Thomas miss corral. Noah Corvallis, any of the leaders of Red Front, even the new one J Budo any of you out there if I'm lying about this. Please call me out send me an Email. I will read your E mail verbatim on the air. You tried to kill the budget. You tried to stop the raises from going through to the wee hours of the morning. And when the Republicans passed it anyway, Joe Thomas ran to a podium and congratulated the teachers in attendance saying that it wasn't the dirtbag legislature or the dirtbag governor that got it done. It was the teachers in attendance that got this done. Did he tell those teachers in attendance that he was working behind the scenes to try to kill the budget? Did they do that? They didn't they didn't. Well, one of their five demands was no new tax cuts. Now, why in the world at teacher organization as long as they're getting the increases they asked for give a damn about tax cuts shows, you why this political I'm bringing all of this up because tomorrow is the day. Day. Tomorrow is debate in the legislature on a couple of tax cut measures. And they have been red. Fred has been imploring teachers to leave school. Take the day off sign up to speak in the legislative sessions in the committees. So that their two minutes can be heard and they can show their protest. Now, how many teachers are going to do this? I don't know. But if I were you, and I had a student or a grand son or daughter in the valley schools. I would be asking the administration my kid's classrooms going to double in size because teachers are taking the day off. Are you calling in a a more than usual amount of substitute teachers because teachers are taking the day off? If they can question you if they can come after you and ask you why you're taking your child out of school to excuse an absence. You certainly can do it for a teacher. Why are you taking the day off? Well, that's your business. Well, I tried saying that about my students when I was taking my student out of school. And I said, it's none of your business. Why I'm taking my kid out? And you made me explainer was an unexcused absence. I'm not trying to set up a war between teachers, and parents, I'm saying that the teachers and parents should be working together and red Fred claims, they're all about the students. Well, if you're walking out of school to go to a committee hearing in the legislature, you're ignoring the children. Now, your argument is going to be long term. It's better for the children. Well, that's what you have lobbyists for you pay. Joe you pay Joe a lot of money. He makes a lot of money to lobby on your behalf. Let him go to the legislature and state your case, you're gonna take schooltime off really. And how about May Day. Why don't some of you start asking your kids what they know about red? Fred what their teachers are saying about red. Fred, why don't you start asking in your school if the principal and the administration is going to give excused absences to teachers on may first or May Day to walk out in. Solidarity with teachers across the country. Maybe if I were you I'd try to find that out. Contractually? They're not allowed to do that. If they do they are in violation of the verbiage of their contract and could lose their jobs. I am in favour of teacher raises fair teacher compensation. I admire the job that teachers do across the board. Even if you're in support of red, Fred if you're a good teacher. Thank you for the great job you do. But if you're walking off the job for political reasons, you are ignoring the very students you claim to be fighting for and we haven't even gotten into and probably don't have time to get into the strong arm bully tactics behind the scenes because tomorrow is Wednesday. Tomorrow's the day that all teachers are supposed to wear red. And if you're one of the teachers that dare not wear red man, they write your name down. You're not a team player. You're not with us. You're against us. It's like being in high school all over again. It's the breakfast club all over again. That's what red Red's turned into. That's what they've become. I've dared them. I've challenged come on the show. Call me a liar proved me, I'm lying. I'll admit I'm wrong if I'm wrong. They haven't said word one they've gone underground. They have tried to. Hide from me. They've tried to hide from you. If they're so great if they're on the side of
"corvallis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Voice, Los Angeles Rams party say that at times. So proud of this guy JV launch JV. What's up, buddy? Friends that I had a quick Hello to pass along from similar. I cross paths with with. Ball who I ran into earlier this week, you sent his best from Corvallis. Well, that's fantastic. I mean, hey, can I played little kid soccer and Annella mentally school in middle school day? And then I got high school you. I know I told him I'd probably wind up on your airway sooner or later this week. So here's my opportunity. Forget the SuperBowl. There's a blast from the past for you, dude. I just say I I mean, more than anything you get into this whole thing. I mean, you've wanted to be a broadcaster since we. I mean, I can remember us talking. John Schroder being around and having conversations right there. And look where you're at dude. Like if you pinched herself yet as it sunk in you're going to be calling. A Super Bowl for your own franchise. The Los Angeles Rams your three two. That's pretty awesome, right? I mean, especially coming from twelve after that. I thoroughly enjoyed by the way, and I'm forever grateful for because I think it taught me a lot and it gave me a perspective to really enjoy. What has been to championship season Cincinnati NFC west? So I'm blessed in privilege beyond belief to have any art in this and other small one that play on Sunday. I'll do the best that I can. Well, I mean like you say three years in and you get the right? You get Fisher. And then you get McVeigh wherein the McVay run was it at the very beginning. Was it in the middle of the first season. Was it where did you feel like, oh, my gosh, we got some indifferent. Or is it the put on the field that made you believe a little bit more? Looking back on it. And there are several milestones. Along the way. I mean, I think winning or the road and come from behind fashion and week four at Dallas and Jerry world last year. It definitely like they've arrived type of moment. Taking the torch and the division from Seattle in Seattle. Even though it didn't clinch the west it, certainly made it, you know, in all likelihood the fact of the ranch into the NFC west champions last year, and they did it, blah fashion. That was another mile marker along the way. And then I think this off-season Kevin you talk about the moves that they made even though I think the franchise will Riley contend that. They're not all in in the sense that it's Super Bowl or bus this year. I think they're built for the long haul and they're going to have the sustain run a success nonetheless here we are in the Super Bowl. And I think the season moves it. They set up the possibility to go deep. You know, it's amazing to think with all the moves in the one move that wasn't made. It was just the fact of resigning in this year to a or extending more than anything Aaron Donald and see the pure dominance in on a weekend week out basis. You got to see him practice. And you know, you've always talked about just how good of an individually is. But does yet put out a individual season? Like this. To get it to the Super Bowl to have the entire world. Be able to see this one guy get it. He's on defense. But he makes you know, everyone. I think drop their jobs a lot. He's still that you pinch yourself watching him play every week. All you know, you've been involved in special sports care, and you know, like contract years or big deal. Right. Like learn a lot about a person and a player with how they handled themselves going into a contract year some relief drive some current on some will, and you know, I can't help but just reflect on either side of his contract here Aaron Donald one NFL defensive player of the year. Tackle, right. Like, what more do you need to know about the guy going into his his contract negotiation? He was otherworldly. And then he gets paid for twenty four hours until Khalil Mack. Got his deal. He was the highest paid defensive player in NFL history. And what does he do? He wore nuts himself. Like, what more do you need to know about a person like I work, really hard. But I'll tell you what if I got the paycheck Aaron Donald was getting. Autism broadcaster. That's the beauty of sport. That's the beauty of competition too. Because you actually get to see who has that competitive nature all the time. Right. I mean, he legitimately wants to get better. And you could tell in their guys that like I played with that. I mean, we all know who they are. It's semi angel for one like, we're not gonna take any names around here. But guys it could care less, and then they got to the that season contract year and they're all world, but it's the consistency throughout that has baffled me with Aaron doll. And it's going back to college. I mean, this guy I don't think he's taking a year off of FARs taking a step back in his play. This dudes always dominant. You come to find out that the the truly great ones they're not playing against their opponent. They're not playing against their depth chart. They're playing against history. And Aaron Donald is saying it out loud that he's at this point in his career. He's playing to be the best that's ever done. It. And I think when you're when you're working against yourself day in and day out, and when you're working against the all time greats at your position, and your sport over the long haul. That's when you get to be in the Brady category. You know, that's when you get to be in in the Barry Bonds category. I mean, you have to have your sights set so far in the future and have such grandiose visions that whether you were getting paid a dollar one hundred billion dollars. What you're striving for is separate. Yeah. Yeah. No doubt, the voice here right now, Jeb long, the voice of the Los Angeles. Rams calling his first Super Bowl this weekend your counterpart, Bob Sochi. I think it's how you say his name. He's only been doing it three years. He's got three Super Bowls under his belt have of that. I actually reached out to him this week just for a little perspective. Because like did he Tom Brady? He doesn't eat it. He was great. He was gradient emphasis, and I really appreciate it. Because obviously I want to do a good job on the air. But also want to make the most of the week. That's ahead of me. And you know, there's no guarantee I or the Rams will ever get back at least not in my professional lifetime. So I don't wanna take that. For granted. Even though I am optimistic about this. I mean, that's crazy est. Part about it is like the free agency. And all that stuff is the salary cap. Everything set up for dynasties not to be around. We've all talked about. Everyone's talking about him where the the the the patriots are. You're just going. Wow. You for for our time. I mean just thinking about it. You're in the city right now that has to basically hosting two of the teams that. Have the longest dynasties of my time. I feel like and that's the Braves being in Atlanta. And you know, obviously, the patriots this this twenty year run or going on what almost twenty years of an incredible run. I mean to see where they are to know that the Rams there at the beginning of this whole thing could you ever set your sights and go twenty years down the road. I could be calling my ninth Super Bowl or something. Like that. I mean, I think Jared Goff and Sean Mattera special combination paired with talk early and Bernie cokes and Aaron Donald there's a nucleus here. And I think they're going to be the favorite, you know, in the division. It's not the NFC more often than not over the next decade. Yeah. But I think that in the salary cap NFL draft era team that regularly picks between twenty four and thirty two has done what Bill Belichick and Brady has done. No. I don't think we'll ever see it again. You know, the warriors are doing it in a much different way in a much different sports. But I don't think in football will ever see it again. I mean think about it like the team that loses. Tomorrow night is picking thirty one the team that wins Sunday night is taking thirty two. How much of a disadvantage? Especially now with like fifth year options on rookie contracts and stuff you have to have someone that's special is Brady and Belle check. And by the way, remember this summer when like. New England was fracturing coming apart from within. And they couldn't co exist. Right. What happened to that? How? Did they somehow so that up and find the motivation to do it again? That's incredible. Hey being a barrier kid for yourself. And and obviously the same vicinity is growing up as as Tom Brady. We know there's greatness, we know that we all love Joe Montana. This guy's what he's done is stupid. But then on the other side you have and you get to cover them all time Jared Goff bean from Marin and now you have to bay area quarterbacks legitimately. That is for me. I feel like it's like the proudest moment of watching the Super Bowl is coming this weekend. When there's two guys going up against each other. I know there are two teams, but like the focal points are the quarterbacks. And that's where they're from. Yeah. I mean Brady got his first at twenty four years of energy against the Rams, and it launched it dynasty. And he was only playing in that game because of a controversial call the tuck rule. Right. So now Jared Goff youngest NFC champion starting quarterback. And all the controversy is about the no call in New Orleans wish who exactly and then who did he stays in the Super Bowl. But Tom Brady and the patriots like degrade dynasty to ever rule has sports. So. You know, there's a lot of symmetry there. And if it does come full circle of aging if it's Tom Brady and doing it one more time will also be special and something I'll never forget. But I think golf is isn't a fan. Personally and professionally living in Los Angeles having McVay as head coach the face of the franchise that is truly invested in its product. And what he doesn't get enough credit for the work that he has done from being inactive in San Francisco week one of his rookie season to his own seven star to that long dark offseason where he was labelled a bus, and then you come up for air, and he's a two time. What you just said right there, and no one really sees that that work, right? No one really knows the Jared Goff. And I think that's a huge thing is the fact he's almost the he's the unknown in this whole thing because he is not seeking attention. And I love that look if you want to seek attention, great, go, do it, all all all great. But I love that approach and he's quiet. But he seems like he's he's quiet on the outside to everyone else. I bet you in the locker room guys are falling around because he seems like he's got that leadership it factor. Well, imagine how hard it would be to be say the fifty third guy on the roster. Right. The drafted safety. Let's say and you're expected to follow the number one overall picks who's getting paid more than you who went to a better college than you had a better upbringing than you. And he's Owens. Seven. And he's trying to lead your OTA's. Are you looking at that guy that guy is not comfortable in his own skin? Back is not genuine that guy's not cut on the right Kloss back. It's toxic in a hurry. But Jared somehow one over that individual and veterans like Andrew Whitworth. John sullivan. Offensive line somehow kept back group intact long enough. So that he could not only win his first NFL game. But when it's first division title and his first NFC championship eventually as well. So. I liked the fact two weekends ago that championship weekend. Jared Goff was still the fourth quarterback. He was playing breeze radio in the AFC. And this year is soon to be MVP Patrick Mahomes. Jared Goff was the force after saw quarterback of championship weekend and he gets to the Super Bowl. And now the conversation is about Tom Brady. And I just think those are the environments where Jared Goff arrives..
"corvallis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"An engineer in Oregon who was fined by the Oregon professional engineering regulatory agency. Here's an article about his win in that case. And how it has affected. The ability for engineers to classify themselves as such that E mail came from Ryan Coleman engineering student at Oregon state in Corvallis, Oregon. I think it's Corvallis not Corvallis. I need to check on them. But anyway, there's an update on that case. The man's name is Matt Jarl star journal Strom Sony's easy name to say match drills trim and we've tracked him down, and he's our guest Matt's. Let's start at the beginning with what exactly happened to you to start all this off. How did you come to the attention of the regulators? Well, I I start to look into how traffic signals work. And obviously how it all started for me to even do that was that's my wife. Ran a red light at the camera and forced into section here in Beaverton, Oregon. So that's well, how it all started. And I looked into the science. And so that the. The solution. Today that's used is only applicable for if you're driving straight through an intersection. And so I brought up the problems set to this board of engineers here in Oregon, and maybe many no I instead of looking into the problems and the solutions that are presented to them. They wanted to look into if I was licensed to talk here in Oregon or not and since I am a Swedish engineer, and I moved here legally, and so on and that was more important to them than to look at the facts on the science side. So whether you're an engineer or not. You were simply questioning whether or not the red light cameras. What were you questioning exactly? Well, the timing of the equation actually that is used to calculate the yellow the duration of the yellow lights today. It was developed back in nineteen Fifty-nine by three scientists, and they actually wrote the paper, and the reason they wrote the paper back in nineteen fifty nine was that one of the scientists around that red light his name was Robert Hermann. He was actually the scientists to wrote the first paper on the big bang theory. Then there were two gentlemen, the nose gases, and Alexa, Dudin and I've gotten to know him here lately is still with us. He's eighty seven years of age today. And he agrees with me since they only look at the solution as I said earlier here that is applicable for stopping and going straight through an intersection it doesn't account for when you need to slow down to make it turns. And and that is the one that I presented to the board of engineers and to actually the institute of transportation engineers as well. Now when you when you made that presentation did you include in order to bolster your credentials. Did you include that you were an engineer? Well, that's what I am. And again, it doesn't matter if I'm engineer or or would be yes, you said engineer guys. Yes, I understand mathematics and science principles and scientific principles. And sure I said that question in the worldwide engineering community. Can you go to Helsinki or maybe Paris or Berlin? And they're holding a worldwide engineering conference across all the disciplines of engineers and everybody stands up. It's the United Nations of engineering, and you say, I'm Matt's Jarl's from. And I'm a Swedish engineer, do you? Where do people rank you in the in the list of two hundred countries in terms of well, he's good or he's not just based on that? Well, it's not for me to say. But would you guess, well, I think it's pretty high because it'd be higher than Germany is a Swedish engineer respected more than a German engineer. I it's hard for me to say, I know that if you rank your Scandinavian engineers where would you put the Swedish above or below the Danes in the Norwegians? I don't want to comment on that to be honest with you because I know it's going to be outcry. Whatever I say. Think average Swedish engineer is better at applying science than your average American engineer. I don't think so because I think one thing we need to understand whether we're trained engineer, not we still need to think and to solve the problems doesn't necessarily means to pick and run a computer program or not we need to have underlying ideas and actually sold them that is gonna be being creative. And it doesn't necessarily need to be an engineer in the first place diet is one thing. I think I have contributed here, and it's actually something if you read Torino paper from nineteen fifty nine dairy. They also call out that not enough thought it's gone into this problem, and I've actually spent quite money. Amount of time here the past five years to think about the details. What's going in here for the traffic signals and working on a paper that I'd like to percents here this spring summer to really pinpoint details hasn't really been thought about before? And how it really works. Matt's. I'm gonna tell you a quick story. You would have no reason to know this. But I was mayor pro tem of the city of Houston and the city had come in. And they had been they had been pitched this traffic camera system that your guys there's about five companies across the country. So that do this, and it was pitched to then mayor as a way to make a lot of money. Well, the original pitch turned out to be quite different than what they did in reality. Well, there was a huge uproar here, and I had a group of individuals. Some of them engineers come to me and say if you would actually just lengthen the yellow just whatever was two seconds longer. You would reduce the number of people who were violating the law, and who were being ticketed, and the reason that they won't do this is because they want to write tickets, it's not a public safety opportunity. It's an opportunity it's a public finance opportunity. So when I pitched that to them they kept saying, they would do it. But they never would an I sourdough on them eventually was part of the group. That we drove them out. And so all those cameras are still up, but they don't collect money anymore. So I'm very familiar with what you're talking about. And all kidding aside. I think you're absolutely positively onto something I I think you're absolutely right match. If you can hold with me for just a moment. I want to continue this conversation for those of you who just tuned in Matt's Gerald. Lives in Oregon his wife received a red light ticket, and he had the audacity to challenge the ticket on the basis that the technology is not good. And rather than listen to him. What did the board of engineers do? Oh, they came after him for claiming. He's an engineer. But guess what he kinda is wait till you hear his credentials coming up next. This is the Michael berry show. This is NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w away is an Antonio. And I heart radio station. I'm Kerry lucky and here are some of the stories we're following the US supreme court's delivering a victory to the Trump administration. The high court's allowing the Pentagon to start enforcing the administration's ordered to limit transgender military service while the issue plays out in lower courts. A supreme court may not get the case until sometime next year. The winter storm that's killed at least ten people is going to turn wickedly Cole later this week the storms dumped as much as two feet of snow in parts of the midwest and northeast since last week and the storm forced thousands of flights to cancel airports in the northeast and sled to hundreds of highway crashes oddsmakers say the New England Patriots will be winning and of their Super Bowl. Several sports books.
"corvallis" Discussed on KGO 810
"In junior should make up the bulk of your starters. I'm your top twenty two. That's where you want eighty percent of those to come from seniors and juniors you look at their defense, ten freshmen five sophomores only to registered software. So those are second year players, right? Only one senior Darius picket. You look at their. Offense. You turn it around and they have seven freshman five of those true freshman including their starting quarterback and then five sophomores so more than half of both sides of the ball. There's top twenty two are underclassmen. It's hard to win that way anywhere. But especially in the Pac twelve and so there's going to be some growing pains as these babies grow up and start to learn how to play Pac twelve football. Yeah. So the both of these teams reached the midway Mark today. Six say will be played at the end of this one six more to go. And so very very important game for the bear set to try to beat the Bruins get back on track and hit up to Corvallis next week. All right. When we come back. We'll hear from head coach Justin Wilcox. Also, the Cupper will have the series flashback. Bye for now. Let's go to the Cupper with this date in Cal history. I'm Lee gross Cup for this date in Cal history. October thirteen twenty seventeen cow versus Washington state bears. Forced seven turnovers and allowed only eighteen yards rushing to upset the number eight Washington state Cougars. It was the first win over a top ten team since the triple overtime win over USC in two thousand three and the second such ram since nineteen seventy eight. I'm Lee gross Cup for this date in Cal history. Thanks a lot. Of course. That was the week of the horrendous. Fires in Napa Sonoma County. So. A lot of us. Remember that for for different rides. A lot of my friends lost their homes, Alex and the third who's on the couch team. He and.
Magneto, Oregon and Oregon Hatchery Research Center discussed on Science Friday
"Can use is called inclination angle. And that's the angle at which magnetic field lines intersect the surface of the earth. And so they are steeper toward the pools and shallower at the equator and both of these components predict are variably are predictably variable across the surface of the globe. It's super convenient because these gradients of intensity and inclination angles aren't parallel former type of by coordinate grid over much of the earth. And so animals can actually derive both latitude and longitude along information from the magnetic field today, they have little magnets in their bodies. That can do that. The mechanisms behind magneto reception are still unclear but one of the leading hypotheses is that salmon and other species. Have tiny chains of magnetized? And that is an iron oxide mineral that has magnetic properties. And so the chains of mango tight are associated with nerve cells. And the thought is that the chains can be pulled by or strengthening field, and so changes in both fields shrinks, and or the inclination angle can result in action potentials, so they've made extra measures are thought to be found in the nose and also the lateral line. So along the sides of the body of a fish, but the monitor receptor itself is still elusive. Now, why why is it important to you? Why is it? Why does it matter that they can still detect these fields? Well, it's a rather. Interesting question that we wanted to know whether landlocked numbers of species that could go to the ocean, retain, a maps in just a point of curiosity and. We also wanted to know. If Atlantic salmon also possesses abilities, another group of individuals that possess magnetic naps at a diverse amount amount of species. But we also wanted to know what happens when you test animals in novel sort of magnetic environments. One can even detect a magnetic field. But to can they actually differentiate between those fields and three how did they actually respond? And so how did you go about testing these fish? So the aches from the individuals at the lake and Oregon were transported to the Oregon hatchery research center where they were reared in subsequently tested. And so we tested these individuals using a series of magnetic coils, and essentially it's a series of wooden frames that are wrapped in copper wire. And when you're tach copper wires to an electrical power supply and crank electric current through the magnetic coil a byproduct of that electricity is a magnetic field, and the really cool part about our coils is that allows us to alter the direction and also the amperage of current in order to allow us to simulate magnetic fields from almost anywhere on earth. So what you're doing? I know from my basic physics, you know, great schools have if I take a magnetized object and put it next to some mentally will magnetized metal in a certain direction. So that sounds to me basically, what you're doing to the Fisher, your magnetized them setting their magnetic structures up to to know where they are in a certain direction. Yes. So we're presenting them with magnetic fields, essentially that hopefully interact with what we think are these tiny chains of nine tight, right? That somehow connect with the nerve cells. Right. And and so how did the fish respond to this? So we evaluate the movement especially event by centering the fish in the coil. So there's a a platform with a bunch of testing arenas. We have one fish per arena. And then we have cameras that are mounted above those testing arenas to give us a bird's. Eye view of the test subjects during the trials. So what does means is that we are generating thousands of photos of our fish? And so we take photos, and we assess the position of the fishes head relative to magnetic north. Wow. That's terrific. And, you know, do do you know, how good the resolution? They have is. I mean, how just how accurate they can be to these magnetic fields. That is a question for future research. So we don't know the how fine or coarse scale to those map says. Yeah. So what? So speaking of looking forward. What would you like to do what kind of other experiments our equipment would you like to have to test? These fish again. We have a whole number of experiments that we have talked about over the years. But one of the experiments would be to actually look at main magnetic resolution of those maps. So having a series of points, moving them, closer and closer together. And to see how fine or coarse scale their responses actually are. So could you save endangered salmon then by knowing some more about them? I mean, always helps no more information about a species that you're trying to conserve. Knowing how they're making movement decisions would certainly be helpful and probably a tool in salmon conservation. But certainly not the only thing that we can. Preserve them. Yeah. Well, good luck to you and your future experiments. All right. Thank you very much. Michelle Scanlan is a faculty research assistant department of fisheries involved life and Oregon state university in Corvallis. And she was the lead researcher in an article appearing in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences. In the late two thousand rapper known as prodigy released a song called you can never feel my pain.
"corvallis" Discussed on KOMO
"It'll be on Saturday October six meanwhile is mentioned what happened over in Pullman, it was homecoming time for them. They have love for their new quarterback Gardner meant you have embraced his stash on the police Washington state hosting Utah pretty much decided in the fourth quarter with a bold of eighty nine yards for the game winning touchdown the final there. Huskies winning at home against Utah. Twenty eight twenty four next to the cougs a date with Oregon state, next Saturday in Corvallis, and in other stories, we have for you. We got word from the. The coast guard late today, they had a response to transfer a woman to medics at the stadium dog in the montlake area there near the university of Washington. It was a good Samaritan boater who rescued the nineteen year old woman. She reportedly fell into the water near the montlake cut in apparently hit her head. We learned she had minor head injuries. And a woman says she was sexually assaulted near green lake early Friday Maria ball, hoping to run sixteen miles as part of a marathon, training know, she only made it to four miles when she said the incident occurred, she reported to thirties a man came from behind grabbed her breasts and her lower area at the same time. Ball says the hooded man attacks her near north east sixty second street when she was heading back from Ravenna park to the green lake area. Ball says she screamed as lousy could an elbow demand away a neighbor nearby hurt her yell and help chase the man away. Seattle police investigating the attack challenge they have. They don't really have much of description of the attacker. Komo news time nine thirty four here with a special, husky pre-game news. But let's get a look at. Traffic.
College World Series Mississippi State Bulldogs bring late-inning magic to Omaha
"The sports desk through go it's the oregon state beavers in washington huskies no strangers to each other as pac twelve foes but they're meeting in the college world series in omaha one team will move on the other team goes back to either corvallis or seattle there season will be over right now scoreless tie game of the second inning in omaha in the college world series huskies trying to advance and move on at least play one more game world cup soccer action today it was sweden with a one nil victory over sweden excuse me with one no victory over south korea belgium beat panama three nil and also we've got to nesia and england with a one one tie right now that game is in the first half and the mariners off today to travel to new york where they opened a ten game road trip the first of three against the yankees a team with the best record in.
A champion dethroned — The Undefeated
"The lsu baseball team will play a winner's bracket game against oregon state in corvallis regional tonight after the tigers beat san diego state six to four yesterday the tigers take on the beavers at nine o'clock tonight here on wwl former regime cajun danny farquars threw the ceremonial first pitch last night at the chicago white sox game just weeks after suffering a brain hemorrhage during a game doctors say that farquars rapid recovery is remarkable he hopes to pitch for the socks again next season and cleveland cavaliers forward kevin love will not be suspended for leaving the bench of being on the court during an altercation and the closing seconds of thursday's overtime loss against golden state in game one of the nba finals love left the bench to argue a flagrant foul against teammate tristan thompson who was fined twenty five thousand dollars for failing to leave the court in a timely fashion you're wwl forecasts overall still pretty hot with temperatures low to mid nineties heat and the season the triple digits rain chances no increasing you more showers today about a thirty.
"corvallis" Discussed on WWL
"Corvallis gazette times in albany democrat herald at the underscore real underscore bob on twitter bob i want to ask you what what the fan base i'm interested to see how many lsu fans travel all we out there to corvallis from lsu and it's going to be a bit of a different culture shock for i think lsu fans has been talked about it certainly has been talked about you know you guys i think it well deserved reputation for travelling very well i know it's not probably not the easiest place corrales oregon getting their fun you know new orleans or baton rouge it's a little far away but i think we're we're all kind of excited to see a lot of lsu fans come out here l lsu certainly a big school i would imagine you guys have a lot of alumni in seattle portland bay area so i think there's probably going to be a good amount of fans out here you know goss stadiums not super big it's a it's a small opus silly right in the middle of campus seat about a little over four thousand people for for this weekend so that the tickets are going to be hard to get and fans i'll tell you this they they love oregon say baseball they're sold out every game this year that the atmosphere is gonna be absolutely electric so regardless of how many fans of air it's gonna be an amazing atmosphere and i think for the people that do make it out here i think they're going to be pretty pleasantly surprised by the environment because i know west coast we we don't get we don't have a great reputation for you know those games day environments football baseball and things like that but for oregon state baseball you know take we take that pretty seriously here now bob coming from the deep south is it going to be like an october major league like fall day i mean when you talk about the weather because all of a sudden i mean it's in the nineties here the heat index is like a hundred and four and we're not even in late july or august so it seems like it'd be pretty cool up there in oregon hopefully you know you avoid the rain but is still would be definitely a cool environment for baseball.
"corvallis" Discussed on WWL
"The lsu tigers will travel to the pacific northwest for the corvallis oregon regional oregon state will host tell us you will be the second seed matching up with san diego state in the first round thousands of american flags have been planted on the grounds in front of the state capital to remember the eleven thousand louisianans who died while protecting our country since the revolutionary war and the first major attempt to pass a tax bill the plug a portion of the state budget gap comes up a few votes short the house is expected to try again today trading on wall street is closed for today this memorial day wwl sports with marc menard it'll be a long road trip for the lsu faithful in the a regionals the tigers are headed to the corvallis regional in oregon hosted by the number three overall seed oregon state the beavers obviously will be the top there while lsu we'll be number two mashed up with regional three c san diego state to open play the northwestern state demons will also make the trip to corvallis as the regional foresee james moran title rags has been signed for the tigers regional hopes is that they're pitching really picked up their game in the tournament pretty mediocre the whole time they've been here they're pitching in particular there there are other guys i mean they've only got two games out of half familiar to one of them they lost the tigers opened their regional run friday at three pm the san diego state aztecs right here on wwl i'm marc menard.
"corvallis" Discussed on KOMO
"Thousand fm ninety seven seven welcome back to our husky football christmas special i bill schwartz looking back at the middle part of the dogs two thousand seventeen schedule four in a washington made it second straight road trip the following saturday a short journey to corvallis oregon the beavers were coming off of by and trailed the sixthranked huskies by a mere seven nothing score at halftime the dogs made adjustments and turn jake browning's right arm loose in the third quarter down and fourteen home on the tailback running out of a gun at the finance on the writer jake pump fake going down the near side wants patas coming up put down down washington spike being held on the play tape peta's second touchdown with that i just one covers 34 yarn browning the son of a former oregon state quarterback finished the game with twenty six completions for two hundred ninety three yards and three touchdowns washington's defense nearly pitched its first shutout of the season but the bieber scored with just over three minutes to play making the final count forty two two seven the first half of the schedule found you dubbed back home tober seventh against and improving bunch of california golden bear's and after a tight first quarter the husky floodgates opened wide again with mr browning but doing some damage on the ground instead of the air down and to set up a little the probably the va they have a year ago tom watson freshman tight in hunter bryant emerged as a goto receiver with nine catches and his first career touchdown grab the husky offensive line gave jake time to complete twenty two of 26 throws including two.
"corvallis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I know and that was a huge went on so i level you know coming off but not just a lost to wash could stave that the week before they were really lucky to get out of corvallis with a win against a really poor oregon state team uh the offense was just dreadful two weeks in a row in that last week you get home little on cooking brice loves little healthier on that ankle and it made all the difference in the offense was was clicking like it was go three or four weeks ago so uh was huge for morale obviously was huge in the standings in it sets up a really interesting warm tomorrow talk to me about castillo how you doing you you know i liked them a lot i cagey he's got moxie he's got the ep intangible sort of the swagger that confidence uh that that you walked from your quarterback uh so if you beat the intangibles any exactress she's got in spain what he doesn't have is game experience experiences only started three games but i like what i've seen uh and i i think that when the coaches have have called plays in called games to play to his strange uh i think you'll not giving in four different reads just let him lineup uh and and and you'll see receiver hit receiver he's been really good and he makes throws that the last several quarterbacks at stanford in i even include kevin olga who's an nfl player in this thought custom makes throws that those guys can't make we haven't seen some of these throw since andrew lock so it's it's fun to watch him to fill up and and i'm really anxious to see how he does on the the the rival restates tomorrow with all the emotions hausa how stanford decent looking right now uh it's you know they're they're a little banked off everybody's banged up at this point in the season scampered lost its best best cornerback elijah holder a couple of weeks ago for the for the year uh and they lost one of their starting inside linebackers sean barton really early in the season for for for the year uh but other than that they're healthy and they're playing well be the.
"corvallis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Playing a proam affront 10000 people is a lot different than playing on saturday morning with your three buddies i can i can only not and you wonder uh but but i i couldn't uh yeah i i i feel like i can describe what happens in certain sports but compared to what she does every week when she's in touch with the team the coaches uh the official that he fled she's studies field he knows exactly she does every in and you know with all due respect to jim i asked him and he didn't like the question she was on a football field last thursday night in corvallis oregon she'll be a i'll one this thursday night in philadelphia when was the last time he was on a football field fifty years ago them companies he'll with layup in eleven great pleased with fifty years ago list um jim was on the field and i'm not claiming laura gonz concur you would have a hard look feel but one other thing i mean she covered i'll let me give you uh in you know jim will again upset settled income uh i'm you know being starcrossed here about our our favorite uh our favorite coanchor but uh she just she covers college football on thursday night for espn you you know what she does the rest of the way sheikh she is normally at a basketball game uh during the basketball season no major game she coverage will she covered with college world series and baseball and the women's world series in softball she covers gymnastics as a play by play broadcaster um gmc leases in time to watch your husband play yeah and her husband is only a major league baseball player with the boston red sox he thinks he understands i mean she went into baseball last night about something she was trying to do a comparison between uh making a choice uh as a football coach and a free agent base so i i mean she she's at baseball games all the time she was she's at spring training she has the mindset of what it's like to any by the way being are 25 man roster in baseball.
"corvallis" Discussed on KGO 810
"Criminal defense attorney that used to do courtappointed criminal defense in corvallis permanently homeless people are primarily both mentally ill and drug or alcohol addicted losers are rare in my experience mount should put c that's the whole drug now you're under the belief that someone who's a an alcoholic or a drug addict can be helped i don't believe that that's true will did he say the vast majority are both yeah yeah okay well if they're mentally ill and self medicating that's completely different than somebody likes to get high 'yuk quote unquote now over i would posit that there could be a significant difference between um the experience of owed an attorney in corvallis oregon verses you know a bus driver in seattle or that if you're criminal defense to turn its people that have gotten to the point that they are actually in the criminal defense system there's a lot of people that don't ever end up a foul washer there are a foul but they're not afoul of law i volunteered bay area food bank more than half the time i load food into cars better than the one i drive so per capita in terms of helping people well lived there but again that's that's scumbags and and and beggars and and drivers it's not the homeless i didn't catch like when people call beggars the homeless a lot of those people aren't homeless the beggars howard stern didn't experiment this is pretty funny howard in i'd love to do this sort of thing this is sort of thing i do if i it was a billionaire howard stern didn't experiment where he gave a homeless person fifteen thousand dollars the homeless person those person but an eight thousand dollar drums said and stayed.
"corvallis" Discussed on KOMO
"To get to the elliott bay auto brokers sports desk in toddlers here well good morning as we open with these sixthranked huskies facing argued state it a petrol matchup saturday evening in corvallis despite always use wanted three record defensive lima jaylen johnson of the huskies expect a tough fight from the viewers were coming off a bye week we anticipated they have actually works mcveigh who had just have good eyes and go out there and play hard i don't think the way we play the standard that we played well in practice that extra weaker practice i mean that's very for those guys would we just really attack it is referring to that by we did oregon state just head coach bruce peterson said with classes starting today of uw wsb lawyers at the reagan adjust but it is really hard be in student athlete i think it's i've said this allotted happenings harder doing this is pro football terms organized in your life and you got be it or it's going to catch up and we we see that lot liquids koalas joe was going on there too much going on organized these are hoping to put those two things together and had out of corvallis pick up a w they are twenty six and a half point favorites to do just that we begin our coverage at noon on saturday with a five opium kit from cordell us a 26 at that point favorite saw the dogs meanwhile number were sixty washington state if fifth rate usc friday united pullman train our favored by three and a half of that one seahawks will be home to host the indianapolis colts had primetime sunday evening at 530 from centurylink field and that's where you'll find the sounders tonight and a cascadia cup match taking other the uber whitecaps 730 kickoff from.
"corvallis" Discussed on KOMO
"Reopens you'll know she's there though as you catch a whiff of what made her a legend oh i love everybody brian calvert komo news makes me tear up that was a highlight of every year talk into tizi what a wonderful character i have a sense of what he's probably gonna keep baking cinnamon roles in her honour probably it's 510 to get the elliott bay auto brokers sports desk now there's here good morning good morning former oakland a's did their team in last night steny volunteer hit a threerun homer against his exteammates and fellow x oakland slugger yonder alonzo added a tworun shot as the mariners beat the a's six three and seattle goes for the series sweet this afternoon huskies getting set for their trip to corvallis defeats oregon state saturday evening with chico mcclatch are visit for the inside slot receiver role because of a broken ankle suffered a colorado quarterback take browning talked about some of the guys who accepted to fill that role in quitting came through on outside and bowler braving play their role on the inside and personnel group alive so it's kinda kinda built in but obviously with speeding pretty dynamic player and and blacks while receiver who will help is richard sophomore clinton pounds who had two catches against colorado including an amazing 43 yard leaping touchdown grab he's battled back from a acl injury of two thousand fifteen sectors supportive size very difficult times to my teammate dishani pick me out of every single day saying that you can do today it better but it better than ever and senate incident anything washington's favored by twenty six and a half coverage begins at noon kickoff set for five from corvallis friday night match up in poland spoke good the cougars ranked number sixteen take our number five ufc trojans.
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"Metro greenville bacon stakes at lasalle kitchen and tavern in south bend indiana deep dish speed said satchels in gainesville florida the sampler at the smoke and pig and peddled ten south carolina clemson wow a bottle of panther greek pino new are in eugene or corvallis oregon dozen that sound thrash let's all gathered together before the game and arson pino new arm off air mm indubitably who drinks wind before the football game really box one i didn't drink boxed wine i drank who whisky five left the bag back in your day for all that just sound and really weird i'm gonna leave it at that mafia staples worth one point five billion that in look like an interview their football games this year i mafia today's the anniversary of gandhi's i'm a man i'm forty for me man alunan serrano last week boat my scorecard rig one succeed one one twelve crippled he he would fade pressure cooker and here affective regression to where he with a ring gala so i won't face added up howard your car agreed there i think it was a lot better too narrowly won eighteen one merrick 10 for there have for cornell or the ding 116 winds while that liaised aid to four rounds for triple jiahau i really do joe and massachusetts you're on cbs sports radio hey perot could i got a cold one he absolutely to celebrate me hitting another both games tonight virginia's brad and utah they're up thirty to seventeen with four minutes left i'm feeling pretty good about that bed to oh i love it uh first time caller longtime listener love your man swam wanna talk about the patriot after this year go on a super bowl i am i think their defense is struggling the first twogame um i have to see more i have to see more way more football from them then just a good game in new orleans catch the game against kansas city was got off a major on appeal the game against the saints is why you're accustomed to i expect to see the same thing from them this week in foxborough i expect them to light up the texans that's all there is to it heat president barroso lands wayne wait any average entities that are there were always going to approach that has to do they have to be not to bring dwayne wade back honest to god levi in fayette fell uh.
"corvallis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And things from those delivery vans to the doorstep and you see the the drones flying drones we'll vehicles but none of those are gonna handle stairs and crowded urban environments in legs certainly can cassi can step over a flowerpot a the family dog and her says there's more we can't even contemplate yet it's like imagining what smartphones will do for us back when they imagined them for the original star trek so okay why keep this company in oregon it seems like a natural fit for silicon valley and that's when jonathan hirst looked at me like i'm crazy it's not a competitive environment it's not where one person success detracts from and others that the rising tide lifts all boats i really really appreciate the culture here and they got that their company is right by the river in albany oregon ten miles from corvallis they moved over here because there's more space and it's cheaper the mayor of corvallis fifth traber would love a fridge ilady to be based in his city limits he's an evangelist for growth but wants to avoid the kind of problems that startups brought to silicon valley gentrify occasion rising prices that make it tough for the middle class to live there we took a drive with him out of corvallis his cute downtown past lush green lawns and trees draped with moss so now i'm beheading out along the river but i was going to take you out by the hp campus that's hewlett packard in the nineties employed about ten thousand people in town now fewer than two thousand people work there but the company leases out this building space it now has a large number of our startup businesses longterm businesses traber who is a former software executive wants new startups to move in there still he needs to balance growth with court alice's coffee shop microbrewery college town vibe is a group of people in town who would like corvallis the stay the way it is the way it was twenty or forty years ago but oregon state has added ten thousand more students in the past two decades that's led.