35 Burst results for "Coy"
"coy" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"There's a recipe and it is through a ton of reps in. It is through a ton of work in. it's through a ton of consistency. And i have gotten to the point now. I look at things. I'm like all right. I want to get there. How long's it gonna take a look at an always. I want it now. I want. I i could be there. I can be healthy. I could be strong in a couple of aunts. If i just lift weights. I can rope. i can cut. I can do this. Shot in a month or two. If i if i just work at it but if i look at it in i asked this question to myself like if i work at really hard for a whole year i should have it right and i keep thinking okay. I'll do a year of this one thing. Then i'll have it and and most of the time it happens fast but i try to look i tried to get into the mindset of oklahoma and do this thing for a year and i think if we can get those points like. That's what the great guys do. That's what the cody snows. And they're they are lifers. These guys are like anyone graded anything. That's what they do. They dedicated everything they got to. I mean you you have to be all in. I don't know somebody. I don't remember what it what one of them pro guys. A while back had a article in team roping journal one of them. And it was about. If you're gonna do it you have got to be all in. I think it was tight. Kurkin schlager right. You have to be all in and it's true. I mean you can't be a while. I want rope a little. And i wanna do this little. I'm wondering that little. But i still want to make the finals. No no no all you know out of one hundred ninety six guys at reno and so basically you just rounded up to a.
"coy" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"And it's like the the when i first wrote as you pretty aggressive. You know very good with your belt and now you're getting to the parliament. His horses look great. You know they score goodies hitting the barrier. How he needs they hit the barrier. Has that been a big focus over the last six eight months. Well you hear a lot of guys talk about it too. There's way too many guys out there. That are crazy. Talented without i can pick out a lot of people in the surrey. A lot of kids my age. That are way more talented than me with wrote that that haven't that. Nobody knows but my point being is way too many people that are talented with a rope. A certain guys that make it to the top guys that can ride and rope. You know and so that's one thing. You have to pay attention to all the small details. And i think i think that's just something i needed to get better. I needed to work out. Perfect a little better was making sure i was getting same. Go out of my horses. Every time getting keeping them honest keeping them scorn. Because like i said there's a lot of guys that rope really good that probably just don't make it very horses or their horsemanship isn't good enough right. And even to the one variable a header can get biologists. Say there's a good seven header up against Clay smith and clay smith's on his best horse if that header scores perfect on every stare and they're running the exact same stares he can compete. Yes if he blows the barrier out perfectly five times in a row and your normal seven header which i would say is like a a really good circuit ron or amateur level headed very good very good amateur header very good circuit round. He can compete with the best guy..
"coy" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"But there's all these little things you can do. Like i mean even as a header right. If you know you've got multiple rounds in a big tough rope and i it doesn't matter what number does if there's a lot of teams you're not going to be able to make mistakes and win and so if you do make a mistake early having backup head horse. It might be a young horse. It's been working pretty good. And then just go get on him and make him make a normal run like you would. If you're good in the average and you go make make that run even though it does. No good result lies with you do that. Five ten twenty times in a row on this horse and he works perfect while you're doing is a in your horses value so if you want to sell them you can make some money and you get real information. You should probably video if wanna sell this horse and then you also will no like. Hey this is what this horses capable of. This is what he does instead of like going at teaching him to dock to not score and you get to learn how to manage a horse and you get a make a horse into a winner where you can build a run around a horse. There's no pressure like if he didn't good on the one before you can go corrected on the next one and you can just go work on your horse and and there's all these little ways as a roper that you can you could basically add value to what you're doing even though the situation isn't great and that's where like losing can be a win you know and and i think that's one of the biggest mistakes i see i su- i saw just the other day. I see guys kind of the same new. You're talking about maybe two legs or something and it's a it's a five head rope and they've got two really good runs average in their one guy's got maybe two legs or two barriers or something and they start bombing off on their one. Good horse just trying to. You're not gonna rope yourself back in the rope and like we just talked about from from first to eighth place at the coney smith open was a second and a half difference in time on five. You're not gonna rope yourself back in the rope so why not work on your horse a little bit. Why not make him get him in the box. Exactly how you want..
"coy" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"And you weren't threatening them none so that was kinda that was killing me in. The back of my mind was to think that. I didn't even come close to making the finals and i really didn't even come close to winning the rookie so it humbled me and it made me dig down deep and figure out if i really wanted to do this and when i when i told myself i did i tried to figure out all the aspects of what we're going to make me fully prepared for twenty twenty one you know it's amazing what losing can do. It's it's so important. I think losing is. It's it's the best thing you can do and losing early is a blessing because what it i think what it does if you lose early in life and you stay with it you know. That's what you're meant to do and you'll fight and you'll think about it harder it'll hurt more and you've got a lot more the struggle eating your forty to just get so strong and that's where it's like for you. It's been fun to watch because were successful to too early. And and and then getting the the year like you've had last year and and to see what it does because i mean i'll watch you. Jackpot knows mistakes. You would make that they were. They were young guy. Mistakes would miss tears or break a barrier. Something would happen when it didn't need happen. And in a year's time a ton of that has been corrected aiming to a point where it's it's crazy it's not even the same guy and that aspect of losing in being able to self violent like hey i got my butt kicked but i still wanna do it right and then once you got that it really makes it. It makes it to. Where will you can talk about. You know if people are when something happens to them. they they're afraid to even address it it's gonna linger but once you can address losing and not being where you wanna be then you you. It's out in the open. You've kind of you're in the process of fixing those things and and you've kind of building that and i think that's like you look at paul. Paul was not polly's was not that successful early in his career..
"coy" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"You need to get it down. They need to find out what works for you and what set ups and that's what you need to stick with when you back in the box and you say okay. This is my run. This is what i do and if you if you changed it a little bit and that's what caused you to miss. Then you know like you said you can like how you were talking about your head and you said you can address. Why and how you missed right in. And that's good. That means you know what your deal that means. You know what you run. And i think that's what is important is known what year run as what your processes and what you messed up in your run to miss that steer. Don't beat yourself up over it. Don't burst your confidence. Don't carry that bad mojo to the next year. Just go back to your process on the next one. Yeah you don't you don't tie missing or even funeral you don't even tie it to yourself work to you law like you rope like that now you don't it's it's literally is black and white as you can make it like i. I made the shot. I missed the shot. This is what i need to do to make the shot. And then the other thing. I think that that that's probably the hardest thing For younger guys. Or maybe maybe anyone. That's getting exposed to radio. His as it goes bad you know the the tweaking on it like were sane but they we get further and further away from like what we do and who. You actually are as a team roper. What you're comfortable with. And i think there's other things you got to be able to address it like if your guy can't reach very well on your own where you need to know. I'm not gonna learn how to reach when. I don't get to practice while i'm rodeo and i'm not it's not i'm not magically going to figure out how to crank went off in the box as unaudited cut it loose halfway through the blocks from three close you're going to need to learn how to take risks and other area right right and i think that's what makes guys like. They make them kind of gave me like winters guys. You don't think should win but you get out there like it's weird in texas because you'll be out here roping a lot and there's some guys that that made the finals a lot and they don't win a lot jackpot right. What is going on. And then you get out there in the middle of the summer and they have got a lot one and they know the little things like how to read the barrier better how to play setups how to use their horse so their their guys can heal fast and i think they picked gamy game. You know and and i think that's a lot of that comes from experience and a lot of that comes from you know knowing yourself right..
Populists Poised: Italian Politics
"At least government pushed back. It's corona virus curfew this week by an hour to eleven pm in a country where covid came early and spread widely. This reason for optimism cases are down and the economic recovery is under the steady hand of prime minister. Mario draghi get my style on a profession. Isla memento the emigdio and goes in dance. Idioms post seventy cozy am the former european central bank. President took power in february since then support from one of druggies opponent has worn away. Montiel salvini a former deputy. Prime minister leads italy's hard-right northern league strauss Fair tagliani possibility didata embedded within. Don't know coy backing for. His party. is down to twenty two percent of voters from a peak of thirty seven. His usual anti immigration talking points don't seem to have much place in a pandemic but a winning coalition of right wing populace partners could give a struggling salvini credible path back to the premiership and that could threaten the implementation of the european union's pandemic recovery plan my tail. Salvini is in a really tricky position is party has been losing support for quite a long time. Ever since he tried and failed to take over the top job by ousting a previous government. John hooper is the economists italy in vatican correspondent. He now has though a window of opportunity because of the rise in immigration which has always been a his big issue on the issue that really fueled the rise of the northern league under his leadership to the point where it was able to end government.
City Of Columbus To Pay $10 Million In Settlement With Family Of Andre Hill
"Settlement with the family of Andre Hill, who was shot to death over the winter by now, former police officer Adam Coy, civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump said. Document this historic day. We think They say that leadership for saying that operate here. Life matters. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost wants the state to
"coy" Discussed on Garage Pass National Show
"And chevrolet will unveil wednesday afternoon. The new next gen cup cars that will make their debut at the beginning of the two thousand twenty two season. They'll feature a number of upgrades from the current car and denny hamlin hopes every safety aspect of the car should be better. We're building it from scratch. So there's no reason why anything should be worse. And that's from. The driver's perspective is that we want to see every aspect of that car being safer than it was previous even with hamlin not yet going to victory lane twenty twenty one. The other three joe gibbs racing toyota drivers have already collected four wins in the opening eleven cup series races chief operating officer. Coy gibbs is trying to keep it all in perspective. I mean this is aren't jump up quite yet important role in the looking with viewership up for the third consecutive weekend the kansas cup race on fox sports one had at its peak over three point. Four million fans tuning in and it was also another day. One kyle. larson didn't get the checkered flag. But was out front more than any other driver straight. One could have four five day early laos snow and so another sign of things getting back to normal with the okay. From the governor of pennsylvania pocono raceway will be able to operate at one hundred percent capacity for their june nascar doubleheader and noah game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow can go without talking about insurance ready go. Okay so Did you see that game the other day. The.
Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage
"To curb. Iran's nuclear ambitions just got a lot harder on saturday. The country announced that it had restarted advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment at its natanz nuclear facility by sunday and apparent of sabotage took out the sites power grinding to a halt. Iran has blamed the attack on israel which has made no official comment. Israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu emphasized his country's opposition to iran's nuclear program on is never given up its quest for nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them and iran consistently consistently outrageously calls for israel's relation and word towards that goal the nuclear deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or. Jcp is an international agreement. Signed in two thousand fifteen in which iran agreed to limit it stocks and enrichment fuel president donald trump took america out of the deal in two thousand eighteen and talks for reentry began in vienna last week but the escalating tensions between iran and israel have made that far trickier. It's not even clear. If tomorrow's talks will proceed. The attack seems to have been the result of an explosive device that was probably smuggled into the natanz plant most likely detonated remotely when they took out the electrical systems and cause some of these centrifuges to fail. Roger mcshane is are middle east editor. The exact details are unclear. But i think what we can be pretty sure about is that israel was behind the attack. And that's because it's not being coy about. It has officials out there who were speaking to reporters off the record of course but they are talking pretty openly about their role in
Finding the Right Leader For Your Org
"The managing director equity initiatives for koya partners melissa is responsible for ensuring that quiz commitment to diversity equity and inclusion is infused into every aspect of the firms work with clients candidates staff in leading this work. Melissa applies experience as search leader for numerous organizations as well as for background in social work in staff development prior to this role melissa served as managing director equity executive search with partners primarily focusing on identifying senior leaders for social justice organizations melissa lead or co-lead executive searches for organizations including innocence project diaz community changed foundation for justice society move on southern poverty law center and hentrich martin institute though her earlier nonprofit through her earlier nonprofit work melissa developed a deep understanding of variety of nonprofit roles and organization cultures prior to joining coy in twenty fifteen. She held positions with unicef. Usa safe horizon and cities of service. She also served as a founding core member and program manager with city year. New york melissa serves on the advisory council of equity in the center a national initiative dedicated to creating a more diverse equitable social sector talent pipeline. She actively volunteers time to provide coaching and mentorship to leaders of color and members of the lgbtq plus community. Melissa holds a masters of social work from the school social policy and practice at the university of pennsylvania and she earned her b a human services and theater performance from northeastern university. Well listen thank you very much for joining us and sharing your insights today. Thanks so much for having me john. It's great to be with you. So folks are drew bio and is one of the things. I just love about people in search. There doesn't seem to be. Maybe there's a degree in it but i very infrequently talked to someone who has such a thing my friend. Derek clarke failed. Who from dri who also been a podcast. Guest runs another search firm. She's an ordained. Rabbi every search leader seems to have this kind of wacky wildly diverse backgrounds. So how did your professional path leader to search. Please don't leave out. How cedar performance visit scrape up. Dick place for the start and especially i love. Dr and i agree similar to her and said lord is so many people in search we. You know it's it's things that line us up for this work even though we have no idea and then all of the sudden one day it's the only thing that we can do and so funny thing. It's actually a funny thing. Because i don't i mean maybe there are lots of other professional You know sort of professional career paths. That are like that. But this one seems uniquely wacky in that way definitely definitely and i think it's people think about what their superpowers might superpower. I rarely the smartest person in room. Sometimes the most interesting but what. My superpower is figuring out who the smartest in who are the most interesting people aren't any room and then introducing them to each other and just so you just shared my bio. I've had the chance to be in so many different types of organizations then community based work and national work in global work and in different parts of the organizations mostly in development but also on the program side in operations i. I'm social worker by training as you said i've got this theater background. Which is an interesting and so when it gets down to it. I love talking to people. I loved networking. I love having genuine and authentic relationships and seeing how i can be a resource folks and i was extremely extremely lucky and fortunate when i was at you at nsf usa to have Onondaga as my leader. When i was there and he was a believer. Not you know him. Joan of stu. He believed in creating ten percent of everyone on his team's time to carve out for them to do other work something. That benefited the organization. In some other. Way wow yeah. And and that's unusual. Especially considering he was leading development team and so what we found was that i love recruiting. And i liked going out and talking to people and letting them get to know unicef usa and in so. I was having a great time doing that. But it wasn't. My core job is really a fundraiser. And it was just threw a perfect stroke of fate that i was introduced to katy baton. Who's the founder of partners and she talked to me about what her vision was the work that clay was doing. She talked to me about her values and just as she talked to me about. I had no idea what an enormous sector the search field is and how many variations exist of nonprofit search professionals. But i i just decided that this is what i needed to do
"coy" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"Hey everybody we have fun interview all set for you this week but i kim. How're you doing. How's that whether they're hieaux in a word really really really really bad that. I got a foot of snow in my driveway. I got stuck trying to get out this morning Done i'm done with winter. I'm really done with winter. I can tell because that was five words. Not one well. Have you heard from any of the beekeepers know in texas in texas. No i haven't talked to anybody down there at all. And i'm guessing that they're all things considered they got it worse than i do definitely and and we'd be thinking of everybody in texas and across the south from been impacted by these storms. We've got a big show lined up for everybody so let's get gone. I just wanted to make a couple quick. Announcements the western april cultural society has their many conference coming up on february twenty fourth. It's on the be gut microbiome which ought to be really interesting and The comment period for the release of the beetle The to combat. The chinese tallow tree is coming. Up on february twenty-second which is scheduled. Release date for this podcast so a check on that and actually listen. We have a whole show coming up on the chinese. Tallow issue with steven coy. Hey kim who is at across the virtual table from you gyms here gyms here today jim to and we've been talking about honeybee obscure the the podcasts that he and i do talking about what's a couple of the past topics we've done jim. Well you know you. You brought it up that mid-winter inspection were child like doing that. I mean winner hadn't really even started then so that was intriguing to go back and review that which directly. Then come with me. Read led right into the good things about beekeeping this kind of short list right now. I'm kidding i'm kidding well. They got some good things coming up. I'll tell you that. I know i've been doing A little homework enrique weaning. Because i'm going to have to do some of that the spring. So we're gonna talking about recruiting and do you have any out yards jim. I don't think you do. Do you know do i do have a now yard. It's about forty about forty miles from me. You know. I've talked about it and be culture some articles how those that that you are pretty good. Because i don't go there very one where you moved the mean hive to immune cone. That is exactly right jeff. You've got a great memory that's my penal colony down there so if you're a real bad colony you sent down to southern ohio out yard. Well we've got. Yeah we got a bunch of them coming up. I mentioned rick leaning out yards and swarming. We're going to be talking about swarming. And i never have any trouble with swarming. Do i don't wanna talk about that comes. I think i know where you're going to me to me. Robbing is kind of swarming. I have some interesting stories about robbing. So i i enjoyed talking about that. I'll be looking forward to having that one air here in the future. Well these shows come out on thirsty. Thursday morning right jeff. Yes thursdays thursday morning at eight eight o'clock eastern standard time and Listened in jim. Ni- if you want or Talk about all sorts of things. All things honeybee technically that come out at five thirty eastern. But that's who's who's wanting to get technical that our there's a five thirty in the morning there is so you guys have been working together for quite awhile. Haven't you've known each other You long history. It's not like we just three together. No it's been a long time cam. I woke up one day and i was old. But we've been working together. You know be culture. Arctic projects for decades and decades. I think you started working Writing for be culture just before. I did That was back in the days when used to your deadline was such to the point that if you put it in the mail of be late so you drove it up to medina. Yeah i did that. That's that's true. I could slide it through cracks in the door and it was handwritten. None of those things survive an up when you're reminiscing. You're an old guy calm. You're really old jim. It's great to have you visit us here on beekeepers eight podcast and i do enjoy the honeybee obscure podcast here. You guys were talking about the winter feeding knives out in the yard the other day just yesterday and I'm glad you have that. Podcast up. Because i'm gonna definitely need to do some feeding as soon as it gets above fifty degrees got get in them feed him good job. Well thanks a lot. You're welcome back anytime thank you. Hey kim reading anything new. I just got a new book from jeremy over at northern be books in the uk. And it's really pretty interesting to tell you a little bit about the titles honeybees. A high of information and annotated anthology by graham kingham is published by northern. Be books if you go to their web page. Www dot northern be books dot com. You can find it. They'll send it to you for twenty two dollars ninety nine cents. Let me tell you. What an annotated anthology is what. What what Anthology is a collection of articles tone stories or the like made by the author of the book which is why they call an anthology. It's a collection. Annotation is when the author supplements the content of photos diagrams drawings notes or charts to help explain the contents. And that's exactly what this book is. It has one hundred and forty. Three pages is color throughout color photos. Diagrams what have you throughout. It's it's really interesting. The author explosion just over a hundred subjects in this book that are all surrounding the honeybee. There are some major headings like bits and pieces honey insect classification seeing ultra-violet light be plants pollen. Id coefficients all about lots of kinds of british wasps viruses honeybees morphology in lots lots more. Each of these are short some less than a page. The longest is three or so pages and there aren't very many that are even more than one page. Some are incredibly detailed. Honey for instance. Fourteen different questions answered while others are single or maybe only double questions regarding the topic at hand wax moth a single page. That's all it gets. Well you can see over one hundred topic squeeze onto one hundred and forty three pages each short succinct and explained. Well it's not a dictionary nor is it an encyclopedia. It is as the title says a high of information. It's well annotated and well explained it it's really a how can i say it. It's a joy to read. It's fun to read. It's one of those books. It's good to have close at hand. When you find something in a much denser book that you're reading and you don't quite understand it will probably be explained here short sweet. Sorry and to the point. It does have a british. It's being science. It isn't influenced by the author's location but it is just enough to be fun to read along with explaining over a hundred things bs. I think you should get a jeff. Look it's a.
$3 million bond for Ohio officer who fatally shot Andre Hill
"Set at three million for Adam Coy, the former Columbus police officer who has been indicted on four counts in the shooting death of an honor man. Boys defense team says the bond is far too high. The family of Victor Monterey Hill says they were hoping for no bond at all.
Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting
"Into Franklin County grand Jury today indicted former Columbus police Officer Adam Coy on murder charges in the shooting death of Andre Hill, another black man in America. Who was unarmed, killed by the persons who was supposed to protect and serve them. Hill family attorney Ben Crump today. Koi is also facing charges of Polonius assault and two counts of dereliction of duty for failing to turn on his body camera until after the shooting as well is failing to inform fellow police officers that he felt Hill presented a danger to them. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He'll be in court tomorrow and plans to plead not
Fired Ohio police officer charged with murder for killing Andre Hill, a Black man holding a phone
"And ex cops due in court today after he's indicted for the murder of an unarmed black man in Columbus, Ohio. Police officer Adam Coy responded to a non emergency call Last December, Andre Hill came out of his garage police body camera footage showed Hill holding up what turned out to be a cell phone in his hand, seconds before he was shot to death. My court reporter Jennifer Keiper says Coy did not turn on his body Cam until after the shooting. Nor did he render aid. He'll plead not guilty
Former Ohio cop charged with murder of Andre Hill
"No grand jury indicted white former Columbus, Ohio police officer Adam Coy on murder and other charges in December's killing of unarmed black man Andre Hill. Police body Cam Imagery shows Hill emerging from a garage after midnight, holding up a cell phone in his left hand, seconds before Coy's shot him dead. Ohio attorney General Dave Yost. I believe the evidence in this case supports the indictment and my office will vigorously Prosecute this case. Coy had a long history of complaints from citizens before he
Former Ohio cop charged with murder of Andre Hill
"Former police officer in Ohio is being charged with murder for shooting and killing a black man. Last year, a grand jury indicted former Columbus Officer Adam Coy on charges of murder, Felonious assault and dereliction of duty. Boy, who is white shot Andre Hill in December while responding to a non emergency call.
Former police officer Adam Coy charged with murder of Andre Hill
"Indicted the White police officer in connection with the shooting death of a black man in December. Franklin County grand jury announcing its indicted police officer Adam Coy on a murder charge connection of the fatal shooting of 47 year old Andre Hill. Police body Cam footage showed Hill emerging from a garage, holding a cell phone in his left hand, seconds before he was fatally shot by coy On Wall
Former Ohio police officer indicted in fatal shooting of Andre Hill
"Homer. Columbus Police Officer Adam Quoi has been indicted by a grand jury after he shot and killed Andre Hill and unarmed black man back in late December. Ohio Attorney General David does this evening reading the charges against him today, the Franklin County Grand Jury indicted Mr Koy on following charges Murder and the commission of a felony that felony being Felonious assault. A separate charge of Polonius assault. One count of dereliction of duty based on MS Turquoise failure to engage his body camera and one count of dereliction of duty based on his felt failure to inform his fellow officer. That he felt that Mr Hill presented a danger Coy was arrested today He will appear in court
Vaccine milestone as US COVID-19 jabs pass number of confirmed cases
"Columbus police officer Adam Coy in the death of Andre Hill. Police body Cam footage shows him emerging from a garage, holding up a cell phone seconds before coy fatally shot him. The Justice Department
Ohio Police Officer Charged With Murder In Andre Hill Case
"Was indicted by a grand jury in Franklin County after an investigation by the attorney general's office. Coy and another officer had responded to a call about a car running in front of the home body. Cam. Footage showed Hill coming from a garage with the cell phone in his hand, and he was shot seconds later. Prosecutors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are asking for a new arrest warrant for Kyle written. How's the teen charged was
"coy" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Cactus named sebastian and Just nobody wants to play with him. Because he's too prickly and they don't know how and and so you know like when he tries to play their games like you know he can poke holes and clothes or he likes office balls you know and so kids kids. Just don't know how to play with somebody who's a little bit different from them and it's it's not really anyone's fault it's just like it's part of that learning curves That i thought it was something that was really interesting and important to talk about like you know we should. We should really work on finding something. That's special about kids and not using that as like a wedge because we have to deal with that our whole lives right and like i feel like we've all been that kid or that new person at work who's been like. I don't quite know how to join the social interaction. I want to so bad. But like i just am not quite there And so yeah. I just i use a little. Cactus is a representation of you know good. I think i'll get stuck with the fiction fiction and especially you know kids stuff really. Great if done reading. Now cartoonists mass. Yeah something that's just universal and easy for people to understand is always like want to dine and finished. You're always like wow is like that's so dialed in and so good but definitely like on the front end of like a creating something. It's it's much more difficult now. How are other people going to you know. See this and are they going to interpret it the way that like you really hope they want to. Or they're going to so yeah. That's sebastian the cactus. I I it's i wrote it. I got an illustrated..
"Cowboys for Trump" founder arrested by FBI
"Fictional. And founder. Of the group. Cowboys for Trump. Who had vowed to return to Washington after last week's riot, the U. S Capitol to place a flag on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi desk. Was arrested Sunday by the FBI. Otero County Commissioner Coy Griffin. Was arrested on charges of illegally entering the U. S. Capitol, according to court documents. Mr Griffin told investigators that he was caught up in the crowd, which pushed its way through the barricades and entered the restricted area of the U. S Capitol. But he said he did not enter the building and instead Remained on the U. S. Capitol. Steps of video posted to Mr Griffin's personal Facebook page shows Griffin in the restricted area, according to the affidavit, not not inside the Capitol, but In the restricted area. Griffin did not immediately respond. To phone or text messages for comment. Last April, Griffin rode his horse. Through downtown Salt Lake City really with cowboys for Trump, which road through Major U. S City, starting with San Francisco in April and ending with New York City in May. On Thursday, Mr Griffin said he planned to travel with firearms to Washington D. C for Biden's inauguration. Which is I believe why he got arrested. Yeah, I'm gonna be there on
"Cowboys for Trump" founder arrested by FBI
"Official in New Mexico and the founder of the group, called Cowboys for Trump has been arrested by the FBI on charges of illegally entering the U. S Capitol during the riot on January. 6th. Otero County Commissioner Coy Griffin was taken into custody yesterday. He told investigators he got caught up in the crowd, and he also claimed that he didn't enter the building. But court documents say a video posted to his Facebook page shows him in restricted areas. During a commission meeting last week. Griffin is reported to say they have said that he'd be bringing multiple weapons to D. C, including a rifle and a revolver.
Columbus, Ohio, Officer Who Shot And Killed Andre Hill Is Fired
"City officials have fired police officer Adam Koi Koi, who is white shot and killed Andre Hill, a black man during an early morning non emergency call just over a week ago, But some local activists say the firing it isn't enough. They want the officer to be indicted from member station W. O s you Nick Evans reports just after 1 A.m. On December 22nd to Columbus Police officers responded to a non emergency call in Overland Drive. It's a nun, remarkable suburban street lined with quaint single family homes from the early 19 sixties. Neighborhood called police about an SUV repeatedly cranking up and shutting off. When he arrived, Officer Adam Coy saw Andre Hill walking from an SUV into an open garage, according to another officer on the scene, quite calmly asked Hilda Walk out. Body camera footage shows koi shooting Hill just seconds later and then coy and other officers failing to provide first aid asshole lay on the ground. According to documents released this week. Officers handcuffed Hill, who was unarmed. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther seemed stunned after seeing footage of the shooting. He was particularly unnerved by the officers who failed to render aid to Hill. We're literally no attempts to revive an aide. This man who had committed no crime was dying. That Is a stunning disregard for life. The incident comes less than three weeks after a sheriff's deputy shot and killed Casey Goodson junior, another black Columbus resident, who was shot entering his home. In this incident. Merrigan third call for coy to be fired, and on Monday, the city's public safety director did just that. Hours later, dozens gathered at the site of the shooting. Hana Door regime helps Leader Bill Relief group called the Central Ohio Freedom Fund at the demonstration. Like other protesters, she turned her focus on the neighbor who called the police in the first place. Andre help deserved a mechanic, not a cop. Yeah, having car trouble. Deserve a death sentence. You were that much of a concerned neighbor. You could've Why not build power and ask him. Is he okay? And Abdur Rahim told the crowd that simply firing Adam Coy isn't enough. She wants to see him charged with murder. Whether he'll face criminal charges is now in the hands of state and federal investigators. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is looking into whether cause use of force was unlawful, and the U. S attorney is reviewing the case for potential civil rights charges. As for what should replace that early morning, call the 911 Hana Abdul Rahim says Part of the answer is residents asking directly if someone needs help before calling the police. She also wants local officials to set up alternatives. It's on the city to provide resource is to the community to have ways to contact. You know someone for a non emergency resource without some mental health crisis or whether that's you know, I am having a fight with my spouse. The police don't always have to come. And that's the message is being stressed all across the country, as politicians and residents wrestle with the best way to handle calls for assistance. For NPR news.
Police observed no threats from Andre Hill before shooting
"There is new information about the deadly shooting of a black man by a white police officer. Newly released records show. An officer on the scene of last week's fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer in Columbus, Ohio, did not see threats before a fellow officer fired 47 year old Andre Hill was shot and killed by Officer Adam Coy, who has been dismissed body Cam video shows Hill walking toward the officers with a cell phone and his left hand while his right hand was not Visible. The fired officers said Hill had a gun in his hand, but none was found Jim
Ohio cop fired over fatal shooting of Andre Hill
"Police officer in Ohio Adam Quoi has been fired for fatally shooting an unarmed black man and failing to provide medical attention for several minutes. Koi was terminated yesterday after hearing about the shooting. 47 year old Andre Hill was unarmed and holding a cell phone when Coy's shot him as he walked out of the garage. Coy was responding to a non emergency call, the Columbus police chief said after viewing the body cam footage. He supported the firing of coin there. This city and the chief of police did something. That most mayors and chief of police would have done around this country. And I think that the city of Columbus has taken a stand to say You know what? We didn't get it right on this night. We're committed. To doing better, and we're committed to changing the system in which we know it That is. Activists are major page, authorities say Coy still under criminal investigation for the shooting, there's a separate internal investigation into the actions of the other officers at the scene.
"coy" Discussed on WTOP
"Deal with visor to provide 100 million more doses of its vaccine. The pharmaceutical company will provide an additional 70 million doses by the end of June and another 30 million by the end of July, doubling the deliveries it promised in the initial contract. More than 3400 people died of the Corona virus in the U. S. On Tuesday. This by warning from health officials. Many Americans are traveling for the holidays. 80 million Americans are expected to head somewhere for Christmas or New Year's. We're just gonna spend time. See my grandparent's my cousins. We're going to Chicago to visit my mom for Christmas compared to a year ago. Far fewer people are traveling by air, but with less flights available. The planes are often full. Now with CBS is the least Preston reporting More questions arise after video surrounding the shooting of a black man in Columbus, Ohio, is released more from CBS is Errol Barnett. Body Cam. Footage from Columbus Police officer Adam Coy's showing him exiting his vehicle. The 19 year veteran of the force approaches 47 year old Andre Hill, who was inside this garage. Hill shows his cell phone and moves forward. At which point Officer Coy Discharges his weapon Hill instantly fully koi can be heard breathing heavily while screaming commands your hand off money. Now, despite hills moans officer Coy did not administer CPR rollover Dude after five minutes, medics arrive, but Hill later died at the hospital. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment..
"coy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The single best thing you could do to save the planet is to have your Children because Children consume resources, right? Exactly, s So I mean, is there any good news on this front? I mean, the numbers are what they are now The early predictors were starting to see them. The birth rate has been going down for a while. And as we said, it's tough to make up that time. And you know a lot of people don't just Step it up and start having a ton of babies right away. So is there any good news on the horizon with all well calling good or bad, But because again, people have your own attitudes about this, but the one Idea that the birth rate might trend back upward is that when you serve a women about how many babies they wanna have Turns out, they I have been having fewer than their target number. So if women start achieving what they want Then you would see the birth three rise again. Another indicator is that when we see the total fertility rate low, it could be that what's really happening is that Women in the twenties. Are having babies now, but they will have later. That could be like a societal change where this cohort of women just prefers to delay childbirth. Not have your Children. We wouldn't know that because who knows what they're going to do if that, indeed is the case? We would see the completed fertility rate 25 years from now being higher than the current indications. Peter Coy, economics editor at Bloomberg, BusinessWeek. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank.
"coy" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Seventy if somebody comes in and full regalia probably didn't that basically just says like you're going to be a little extra. Do I want to work with that? Every day because I you know, because we have ordre people that could get you that you don't need to you don't have to necessarily have to do that. Right. Well, what do people what do actors do? Because when I was I moved out here in eighty eight. And I was two years old two years. Everybody. Oh that hurts. But oh, God that just a second wave of it just sort of came. But there were the accuracy would like have a business card with the headshots on running. So in a digital age. What are those like? Like super motivated, maybe slightly too intense actor types do now mass e mailing. Is it mass Email or is it a we or like? Yeah. It's like every now, and then I'll see not going to name any names. Even though I'm very tempted to do so. Some actors on social posts like what on dishing? They just had as though like hat's going to help them get it or right? Or like, you know, this is what I did today. And it was great. And I'm this guy I want this and all of this like, maybe maybe maybe it'd be quieter. You know, what's what this is? This is all going to loop around again, Chris coy because in just sort of hearing what you're saying like that ultimately what because the entertainment the world's especially as we've seen the world is uncontrollable, and we create the illusion of control and certain right? And so two when you work in a creative field. It's so difficult to to know how you're doing. Yes. So we apply these artificial metrics, right? Like posting on social media. How many likes how many many that validation? I'm just trying to get some sort of sense. Right. But if you release the idea that anything is. One hundred percent certain then it does free from this every fucking I find anyway, I find that you you'll you'll find more success, you'll book more jobs, or at least in my own experience. It can only speak to that. But the times where I release where like where leave it at all in the room, and then really actually subscribe to like walking away from it. And if they want me they'll call and if not what's next. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. My my friend, Jack platinum who've Lydia just did a show with has a great blog. That's all about he calls. It your interval -ture. Then it's the thing that basically attacks you, it's like your own right? It's your own mind that sort of a tax you, and it's sort of like tries to calls, it, your vulture, and you're sort of releasing that you're like releasing your need when you release your need for something. That's where you get an it's not the confidence. That's like this really obnoxious like so awesome. But it's just it's just sort of like when you don't need stuff. You're just more comfortable in your skin. And when you need stuff, that's where. Desperation comes from and that kind of repels things from the world true. I believe I think that that that energy or whatever that is. That's real. And will is is an obstacle is your enemy that. That's great though, you're vulture. It is what it is. But if you don't own you if you don't need anything, right? Nothing can hurt you. Now. I know that that's a very binary way to think about things, obviously, we do need things we need to survive their things didn't even if even even though you might feel like you need that job. It's more just like trying to operate as though you don't trying to like convince yourself like, I'm okay? Yeah. Not only are you. Okay. Without it. But, you know, not just you know, there's a lot of different ways to be. Okay. There's financially they're sort of, you know, whatever spiritually philosophically, but as much as you can if you're if you can figure out how to be okay with yourself or what's coming or what's coming. You can handle whatever's coming you know, that you have the ability within yourself to do that. Then it just it does release you of that kind of like. Just need people like me, I just need because I need I need for me. It's like, you're you're.
"coy" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"A day every day for the rest of my life, you if you added those numbers. I was times. Exactly. And it's just sort of the same thing with the habit and anything personality wise, like, yeah, we're fitting, it whatever it is. Day time, you take it a day at a time. It's like, well, you get through whatever you can get through in. Right. That's right. And like, I think. I think there's some peace to be found in the idea that we're just palm pilots. Pump pilots and iphone ten world. We don't have the shit figured out. You know, we don't maybe we don't even have the system or the house or your dry that could store the information, actually. Exactly. So forgive yourself. Forgive yourself. Give yourself out there pump. How many people in the world today? Do you think of said the phrase palm pilot, probably not a long, you know, especially just like even like my cousins kids that generates like in their twenties. They don't know what a palm pilot is. No, no, no, they don't they don't at all. Or they don't even remember like when I mean, I'm a little bit older than you. But I remember when palm pilots before pay Lydia Hearst. It's come in to say hi to Chris coy. We've so. Yeah, we were just talking. Been on the wrong side of that before. So okay, we're talking about. Yes. She's going to work on a thing where she dies again. I was saying like you can't break your death streak in. What's the? Heroin overdose right? Yeah. OD nice. How many times have yo- deed, Lydia? Actually last week's you isn't this weird situation where she was like I'm supposed to die of a heroin overdose. And I don't know how to tie off my arm, but I don't wanna look it up because I don't want him. But it's search. Again, palm pilot problems problems. Yeah, we don't know exactly ever know. No just off the best. You can't weedy. I'll still love you. You're going to get any for effort nature heroin either way, you're going to die. It's going to be fine. Just. Stymie get at it here. All right. Noah's. Onto that. What is our world? We live it. So so yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Real. But I remember when palm pilots were like, everyone was crazy about organizers. Right. And we had you know, like a giant thick organizer with as many like, these are, this is a diary. These are context, and you could fit so many context. Right. So I still wanna get like, I go home. I grew up in my grandparents house, I go home my grandmother's still if she got a call anybody. She pulls out this like bible thick. That's what works for anything that. Yeah. Exactly. Because in her mind, the ability, you know, like trying like having to adopt a new a new paradigm, right? It just it just takes a lot of energy. That's right. It just in the last couple of look in the last like maybe year or two of my dad's life. He finally was like before he would never text. He would never text or Email. He's like if you want to talk just call me, then he discovered texting. And then, you know, then it was texting. And then he started discovering LOL's and short hands. And then that begins are because I have that feeling now my mom does that stuff now, and it's going to be L O L from her. Like. Did you laugh out loud? Mom. Did you really caught me? But I wonder what I wonder what our I wonder if our like, our technological fences. Reggie. Yeah. Exactly going to be a are writing. Because it's all it's all relatively. We're palm pilots parents are address books or whatever, you know, like. Pilots. Sounds by the way, like a bad euphemism for being hyper master Pretoria. This guy's supposed to be flying the plane. Yeah. I'm an assist. I'm more of a palm co-pilot I help out. I'm working. Okay. You want to just fly the plane, Chris I mean, you know, what I feel like I've earned it. I put it enough flight hours feel like maybe I could buy with this. It's amazing. I have found a little bit that like just as far as, you know, generation Li like what's your threshold for growth or like acceptance of the new technology, or whatever I have sort of reached my point where I'm like, this is far as I'm willing to go style wise, writing wise, right like reached my peak..
"coy" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"And then director the director someone. No, dear Costa, the guy who played your brother. Yeah. That Matt Monro that Matt Munro said, yeah. Chris, and I didn't really know. We're supposed to do. So we just kind of like improv back story, and it stayed in. And like, and it totally made sense read a review or they're somebody who's like my favorite moments. There's a scene where they're talking about their childhood. I wish there would have been more of that. All. I believe that. I remember doing that. And then being like, maybe don't improv. But you know, you never know what's going to work. In one of the only although more recently with the deuce in the front runner. And so now, I'm I'm not bad guys in those. But most my are certainly has been villains and. Because. Yeah. Yeah. I really enjoy that mainly because. What we were speaking on earlier that I think a lot of times people read bad guy, and they think like on need to play him bad. Right. And it's like no it's easier than that. Read the words are bad. Yeah. Yeah. So like just be a human being that saying these horrible things as you don't you don't have to you don't have to telegraph it just because people in life. You don't get like monologues from. Yeah. Right. If someone's gonna fuck you up, they're just gonna fuck you out. Exactly, they might just very calmly say like it was just gonna say in the colmer. They do it the scary. It is. It is. This isn't bullshit. Enjoying so confident out says he's way too comfortable with all this. That's right. Yeah. And then one of the first time, I think that I ever played a good guy was with Lydia. Oh, which ended up being called the barber, but it initially was called trigger. Yeah. And and I played the lead. He was a detective went undercover trying to capture this serial killer and your wife played one of the supporting characters. That's awesome. Yeah. Which like just random coincidence. But that is crazy. She's upstairs when she I'm gonna I'm going to text her now to come down and say. Come say to Chris coy before you leave and I'll be I'll be nicer this time in the movies. Very nice to her. My wife has a great. She's almost becoming like the Sean bean of like, she is horribly everything. She she survived are interesting, but there's so many things just like heroin addicts, you know, his skull crushed throat into Vadym acid. Those are the most fun rolls though. Those are good time. She absolutely. Yeah. She she. Part of me. But it's still it's like you're like, oh, yeah. Dying this one tune like you gotta now. Now, it's a streak right now you've got to keep that going. How many things can you get the that you die, but the front runner looks great. Thanks that. I mean, it's I didn't know that. I would be interested in the story of Gary Hart, you know, because I was in high school at the time that was vaguely aware yet in a pre social media area and era, and that was just all adult shit. Then I was wondering experience you. Yeah. So what is it who you play in the movie, and what what was your experience on the phone? So I play a guy named Kevin Sweeney, a real guy still alive and well guy much much more intelligent than I. And he was Gary Hart's press secretary is a young gun again, really sharp whose twenty eight years old when he was Gary Hart's press secretary presidential campaign. And. Oh, man. He's he's the he's the best kind of guy. He believed wholeheartedly in his candidate. And that he was the right man for the job. And that he could do the best work for this country, and and the rug just got pulled out from under him, right it. I mean, the peak of positivity in that campaign. Almost a moment where he was like, you know, what maybe I can relax. I think we're gonna win. Just like gets a call from the Washington Post. They actually called Kevin Sweeney. I it was like this is the story we have and we're running it. My like, there's a moment in movie, actually, where he's and he just like grabs a bottle of scotch. You're going to do what he likes the bottle..
"coy" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Com that actually. Twincities only plays into some of the conversation that happens with today's guest. Who's Chris coy Chris is just a phenomenal actor, and you might recognize him from the Walking Dead a few seasons ago. He played a character named Martin who was a resident of terminus, and he basically threatened Judith to infront of tirees to try to save his own hide. And that didn't go too. Well for Martin Martin was not a nice guy. But Chris coy is an exceptionally. Nice guy turns out, and he's he's in a bunch of really great stuff. He's in the front runner, which is the movie about Gary Hart director by Jason Reitman that Hugh Jackman is in. He's also in the deuce on HBO. He was also in Castlerock, which is on Hulu, which was great. And he's just he's a guy. That you. I'm sure you recognize his face, even if you don't know his name, and you will get to know his name because he's definitely he is. He is on the rise. This this young fellas go in places, and I think after you get to normal little bit on the podcast and see what an incredibly compassionate individual. He is. And how thoughtful he is in Chris as I was saying about the Bob and Mark corporate thing is a resident of Thousand Oaks and this was recorded a couple of weeks ago. Right. They had suffered multiple tragedies in Thousand Oaks between the the horrendous shooting that happened there. And then also the fires broke out and that was all in his neighborhood in. So, you know, just a just a heads up. We do talk a little bit about that in the beginning. And then move onto to some other stuff. But Chris is Chris really really just a solid solid family guy. And it was it was really sweet to have him on. And coincidentally it turns out he and my wife had worked on a project together a while back, and I didn't know that in so spoiler alert. There's a sweet little reunion in the middle of the podcast when Lydia walks by to say that she's leaving to go to work. So here's the t- podcast number nine seventy with your new favorite person. Chris coy, also happy finish thanksgiving. In the. Call. No, you're fine..
"coy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Like my avocado not going to be extinct i'm very happy concerns about democracy that becoming extinct might be behind a new book is reviewed in the credit section this week let's talk about that yes so peter coy who's one of our biggest brains at bloomberg wanted to write about this book by an economist named nbc moyo and it's called the edge of chaos and it's basically saying that democracies are not especially america american democracy they're not voting in their own self interest because they're not voters are not long site farsighted enough voting about what's in front of them because our representation representatives change so quickly and also don't have term limits we actually aren't making the kind of long term planning that we need to economic success and when there's an economic stagnation than democracies actually sort of begin to fail around the globe venezuelan some other freedom around the world is decreasing it just is so this economists has kind of a controversial takeaway which is that people's votes should be weighted differently right because that's the big question by based on level of education that sounds just very controversial so she has a number of suggestions c c suggests perhaps level of education perhaps like employment the one that she sort of comes down on is sort of a civic engagement tests like how you know how much you know about what's going on in the world obviously these are very flawed this is kind of a this is kind of a false flag she's she's throwing this up as like a straw man argument but also really like as a as a way to think about how do we get people to be smarter about about their longterm interests i kind of understand on some level because you think about a lot of the local elections myself included sometimes i don't know all the issues i don't know all the peoples and pull levers without even knowing really what they're voting who they're voting for.
"coy" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"We had nothing to be afraid of as kids it was as if we believe all adults were watching out for us they were there to make sure we were safe eric was crossing a footbridge many 25 steps from one end to the other and was murdered in those 25 steps in the middle of the morning with doors and windows and people just shot away the footbridge has gone now it's over grown and for most people they wouldn't even know it it ever been there but for the people of martinez for us kids and those around the time we will never forget it and we will never forget eric in the first week of the investigation of a two hundred tips were coogan police cheif mock with said there was some really good late switch though following up in some not so good late there was something else significant about the day every coy was voted for city not nine for vollan kraan and only one murder on record the entire previous year there were two murders that day finally full rail is off to ericsoon's moada and only a five minute drive away the 24yearold man was found stabbed him bleeding in the gut are at saudis time just outside the city limits he daud blighted that evening contra costa county sheriff's handled the case and although it was hard to believe the to notice had occurred cyclist together on the same day investigators believed the 24yearold victim new he's kill and it was completely unrelated to eric coist modo.
"coy" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"The punch lines are eliminated right because you're not expected to laugh at the same moment you may laugh at what somebody says you or you may laugh at the response that somebody else gives to what they say or the look that somebody gives after the response to what somebody else's and that's you know i mean look i'm a fan of the office as well as one of the things that i thought was a brilliant about it is that on multiple viewings you could find other things that were funny besides the sort of expected i i'm going back and watching the show right now a going back for the first time actually watching it all the way through and i watched an episode last night that this is the perfect example of what i would just say is that this is an episode i think it's called coy pond um where michael scott falls into a coy pond now that that i guess that's the joke that's not what's funny what's funny is his response to having fallen into the pond and then everybody else's response to him responding in various ways to falling in the quite bond that's what's funny whereas a traditional theatrical sitcom the joke would be falling in the court bond and that's almost not funny in in in the office well i mean yeah that you know i feel like i say this to you about four different times each episode that we do here on the dfb but like that's on another to our conversation we can have a loved to hear more about that let's jump in on uh pro football but one more question about the office who would be which character would be the most excuse me the most fun to drive across the country with who would you mode which like eric most fun but who would you most want to you have to dry character not actor character to drive across.