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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on C-SPAN Programming

C-SPAN Programming

01:43 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on C-SPAN Programming

"It turns out that was not The low point because we've reached a new low as I said, Madam president, Snow surprise. The Democrats have reacted with hysteria at the prospect of President Trump Na meeting another Supreme Court justice. It was disappointing, but hardly surprising that yesterday the Democrat leader blocked a key intelligence committee hearing on election security, a topic he has repeatedly insisted is off over well. Ming importance to protest the thought of the Senate, fulfilling its advice and consent role in confirming a principled conservative woman, even Speaker Pelosi's overwrought statement the Republicans are and I quote coming after your Children and quote seemed pretty much par for the course. But Democrats have not limited themselves to temper tantrums. No Democrats have moved on to threats. Dare to confirm the president's duly nominated nominee. Democrats are now saying, and if we win back the majority in November, we will eliminate the legislative filibuster and pack the Supreme Court. In other words, if Republicans dare to fulfill the Senate's role of advising and consenting to the president's nominee, Democrats will upend our democratic institutions. That was South Dakota Republican John Thune, moralizing justice with Bater Ginsberg. And here with more on the justice is first day of lying and repose of the Supreme Court is the Hills. Christina Marco's thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me Christina Marco's on your Twitter feed a picture of a long line of people today wanting to pay respects what kind of activity did we see that the court today there's a long line even in the middle of the day on a on a Wednesday for all these members of the public who want to t their respects Tio late Justice Ginsburg the line Start from when I When I saw I start always back in the Supreme Court is exact a bunch of times and snake all the way to the front where they're allowing people Tio walk from a distance in front of the casket in accordance with Corona virus pandemic guidelines outdoors and with math than everything else on and it's clear that this is a lot of people are eager to pay respects to a progressive icon. There are also lots of Treat vendors set up on the sidewalk near the near the started the line you were selling Ruth Bader Ginsburg seen buttons and T shirts and even math. No, there's there's a lot of enthusiasm for paying respect to the justice and fur and among progressives for putting up a big fight in the Senate when they're where they're trying to confirm her replacement is possible. How long will people be able to see her today and tomorrow at the court? Sure she will be passed along with the lie in repose throughout until late tonight, a cz well all day tomorrow, So there's lots of time for people to come and pay their respects. And we're expecting potentially thousands of people to come and pay their respects with these long lines going going all day long. We heard earlier from the chief justice paying his respects. Did other members of the court get a chance to do that today? I will. Before Ginsberg cast was moved out front there was a ceremony in the Supreme Court inside the Supreme Court. Where Ginsberg family and close friends and other members of the court pay their respects. On Ben Hur cast news out five members of the public, Teo to walk to our past a CZ faras. Those paying of respects did any notable show up today. Bill Clinton. Former President Bill Clinton. Who, of course, was the one who nominated for two bench 1993. He stop by this afternoon tea today is responding along with Former first lady Hillary Clinton. There also numerous members of Congress who walked across the street to pay their respects during this house vote Cirie this afternoon. There are lots of house members who cast their votes and then walks right across the street. I'm normally Chuck Schumer and Senator Bernie Sanders Netley both went to the same high school in Brooklyn as Justice Ginsburg and so they also made a point of going over there as well. Your story, which can be found at the hill dot com also highlights the fact that some of her former law clerks played today the role they played. That's right, sir. As Ginsberg's casket arrived at the Supreme Court this morning, her former clerks lined up in front of the core insurgents pall bearers to carry her casket. I've been inside the court of the stairs for the private for the for the memorial service inside after tomorrow, she'll go to the Senate, one of the plans to honor her there. On Friday, Ginsberg will be the very first woman in American history to Lyon stay in the capital. So are we in the capital that national Statuary Hall where there will be a private private invitation only ceremony do do the Corona virus pandemic that all too many people in there they want to maintain social distancing and gives her well as I said, the first women to lie in state. Rosa part was the first woman to lie in honor. But when she was private, then she wasn't granted the official honor Lion State, which is only granted for public officials. And Ginsberg is off velocity, the only the second Supreme Court justice. July in state. The last justice, Elena say, was William Howard Taft. Back in 1930. He was the chief justice, and he also served as president turning to the process of appointing another judge. What's the latest in the White House is in the Senate's intento point that President Trump is that he plans to nominate to announce his nominee, which he plans to be said will be a woman on Saturday on so once the memorial services for Ginsburg er Are you finished? President Trump Insight. Republicans are playing very quickly to get this nomination through through the hearing process on the floor and then from what they want to plan is to get this confirmation completed. As late as soon as a week or two before the election. Have we seen any specific plan of action emerge from congressional Democrats on how they'll handle this process? Well, Democrats recognized that their leverage is quite limited..

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Celebrating Indigenous filmmakers at TIFF

Unreserved

03:37 min | 4 d ago

Celebrating Indigenous filmmakers at TIFF

"For people who aren't familiar with Thomas King's book the inconvenient Indian, how do you describe it? It's a difficult book to describe because Thomas covers so much ground but really it's the history of colonization in North America but told through his lens so he uses humor I. It's funny. He says to me he always disarms people with his humor, and then he pulls out the knife and. I really feel that that expresses the book in the best way because there can be a moment where you're just running along listening to historian. He's a fantastic storyteller, and then you're laughing and next thing you know it's a Gut Punch and I feel that capture the spirit of indigenous people we go through a lot of things and it can be really tough but we always have the ability to laugh at it and we have such a good sense of. Humor despite some of the atrocities we end up living in our lives and I feel like, Thomas Really encapsulates Ivan this book and do you remember when you first picked up the book and read it and you know what impact it had on you I do I read it around the time it first came out and it was not long after that that I ended up going to standing rock to document the occupation against the Dakota access pipeline there and I'd never thought about making the book into a film but when I was in standing rock, I saw a lot of those ideas that are in Thomas's. Enacted on the ground in the front lines and when I came back from standing rock. I guess that was when I really started to think about making it into a film and the book the inconvenient Indian it's pretty genre defying. It's you know unconventional in so many ways it blends history and humor and personal narrative from Thomas Kings perspective. How did you approach adapting all of those things from the book to the Big Screen? Yeah, it was actually very intimidating in the beginning when Jesse, Wendy and Stuart Henderson the producers of the film when they approached me to adopt the book. My initial reaction was I'm not a historian I'm not an academic I can't do this, and then on the publisher sent me an illustrated version of the book and those illustrations spanned everything from Thomas? King's own photographs in his travels to old posters from the original land settlement posters when candidate was trying to entice settlers to come here and occupy lands and I think that got me really thinking about the history that. Media has played in the misrepresentation of Dennis peoples in this country. One of my favorite moments in the film is a hunting scene, and early in the film, You bring in a clip from the nineteen twenty, two movie nuke of the North, and that movie represents the Innuendo as primitive but you show us a contemporary hunting scene So you kind of flip the script and Wayne. Can You? Can you tell us why? Was that important to show contemporary hunting nook of the north is an interesting film because when that was being recorded, it was considered one of the first feature documentaries and and it was recorded from Robert Flaherty who was asking people to hunt with spears, and when at the time they were actually hunting with rifles and so he was actually setting them back in time and this is where I think this. This perpetuates the stereotype that. People are stuck in the past where this nineteenth century representation of a dead Indiana's I use those words meaning the Thomas. King words from his book dead Indian or we're stuck with leathers and feathers, and we're a stereotypical romanticized version of ourselves but we exist in the now and many of our cultural practices and traditions are existing with us right now

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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

00:44 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"Be able to find us and you'll be able to find that Linka to to the podcast as soon as. It's going to be a part of the conversation. Please feel free to chime in nine, seven, zero, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, nine, seven, zero, three, five, three, thirteen at ten Chad let's talk about a little bit of a trip. You had over the weekend. So the beer you brought back there where we sit on right now. Yeah. So we went up and to visit my son up in rapid city South Dakota just a quick trip. We drove up Friday night and came home Sunday. So went up there. He's going to school up there so we visited with him Went into a couple. Establishments but didn't make any breweries. I'm but a bartender recommended a couple of South Dakota Beers here that were drinking for Based, in Sioux, falls South Dakota. So Kinda, the other side of South Dakota, the East River instead of the West River. But. Brewing remmy brewing. Yeah. So yeah, it's so the we've had the IP A and then we had the wheat beer rang leading into it. I prefer the we'd a little bit more the Hefei metal, the Hefei metal five point three percent Bavarian style wheat half of as I should say but it was. That I really enjoyed the IP as not bad. It's bad. It's a little different little lighter. but it's coming in at seven point six per solely cow. I didn't see that. I, you don't get that at all you don't. We so you took the top half of this beer and I took the bottom half years. It's it's. Pretty. A lot of yeast in the bottom again, I'm not hating it though it's still pretty good beer but. By poured it and I said Oh. That's Chunky junkies and and you can still see can you see underneath there can just completely cloud surly a bad thing. It's just a little extra east there and right not a problem it doesn't affect ingestion. Yeah. Other some people that swear by Burs for hangover cure so. Really your your pre. Hangover. I'm creating hangover while fighting A or. visit, like mixing your vodka with pedialyte or something like that. rehydrate dehydrate. I, do like it but. It's. It's definitely yeasty. You definitely get. Looking at the bottom of your last again, they've got quite a big chunk nurse. WHO That's not typical for most beers. Every once in a while you see, did you see it normally with the I mean is this the style that you're going to see that with actually surprising the heff is in right now that you normally see a lot of that and he and the. The the yeast adds to that to the flavor of the beer right and. Get that banana covy is is that the is that the beer that says some poor. Swirl it around and then yeah I you expect, and at least they give you a warning on that. That was almost I mean, you could feed a feed a cow with as much in. The bottom. It's OK. Ryan I grew up on a farm what? Are you doing me for grow grow. Here we go. Moo. Moo Okay Yeah we got to replace that be with an Then we'll begin. All right. Let's take a quick break because we do have Dan. Miller owner of Mighty River brewing company coming up next, it's going to be a guest field filled brew talk tonight don't go anywhere. It is brew talk the Call Voice Thirteen, ten KFI came. It's a party, a northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten Kfi K. The block party. Wednesdays from four to ten PM. So. Jet. Are We. Re this people right now are we the people who decorating way before? Halloween. Halloween.

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Biden’s Voters Appear Far More Likely To Vote By Mail Than Trump’s

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Biden’s Voters Appear Far More Likely To Vote By Mail Than Trump’s

"Ah, majority of President Trump's supporters planned to cast their ballot in person on Election Day, while about half of Joe Biden's backers plan to vote by mail. That's, according to a new poll from The Associated Press. Norc Center for Public Affairs Research, It finds 54% of voters say they will vote before polls open November 3rd poll finds 39% of registered voters say they will both by mail well above the 21% who say they normally do it. In person. Voting is now underway in seven states, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia and Wyoming.

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Fresh "Dakota" from John Rothmann

John Rothmann

00:44 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Dakota" from John Rothmann

"Checking around your ride on 80 with a traffic issue. Sponsored by travel We've studio in Burlingame from the Chilton Auto Body Traffic Desk. Big problem in Oakland. A traffic alert South down 8 80 it Jackson. All lanes are blocked multiple vehicles that slam from 9 80, but apparently a visual of a fire on the north bound side of the Nimitz. Also also in Oakland, north down 13 before highway 24. It looks like a wreck. Now after the shoulder, it's solid from Broadway Terrace, Fremont, South Bound 80. F for Auto Mall motorcycle accident over the shoulder. Now stop and go from Dakota in Fairfield Direct eastbound 80 after Manuel Campos that's after the shoulder. It's slow from West Texas. South San Jose. The crash now out of the lane cell about 85 before 101. It is still pretty slow from Burnell, and it's a jam North bound 101 from Cesar Chavez out to the lower deck of the Bay Bridge. Thanks to KGO Clark read this report sponsored by tribal We've studio in Burlingame Tribal We've studio on Broadway and Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% off on high.

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What's the Difference Between a Toxic Employee or Manager and a Difficult One?

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

03:53 min | 6 d ago

What's the Difference Between a Toxic Employee or Manager and a Difficult One?

"When it comes to managers we've all had difficult managers and we all had demanding managers, but with the fines demanding manager from toxic one. Is it demanding manager? is going to have expectations that are big maybe bold, but they're realistic. A toxic manager is going to provide expectations the he or she knows are unattainable. And in North Dakota Mechanism for unrealistic expectations. What's that? Do not care. The. Only way we as human beings deal with unrealistic expectations which we know are created so that we can't obtain achieve them is to not. And we all know those employers. Don't come to that conclusion and just share this dragon into the woods and they just have a miserable life in and outside of the workplace. So for manager, we look at real except realistic expectations for general employees. Let a when their behavior and performance becomes motive driven beyond the job responsibilities at the. Position and finally I think we all know this. That quite often toxic employees are also involved by people in power. Think of CEO's nephew senior executives, golfing buddy or worse yet, the employees have released an appropriate relationship apparently, that's not appropriate relationship with someone of influence. So it's bad when you're with a toxic employees, it's really not good if we have a toxic man for. Like when they're connected to people in power, they're just unapproachable and run free and create, sustain, and expanding toxicity and the whole culture. One person we've all seen this one CEO one executive. Even one employee. Who is truly toxic? Can have a tremendous impact on the culture of any organization. Yeah I'm afraid a lot of people have experienced it, but somehow you know it's real easy to have your own insecurity say well, maybe it's just me you know maybe I need to do X. or I need to do why and it takes some time for people to wake up and say now this is just plain wrong and they're not privileged to do this. There's just it's just not right. It's not fair. You mentioned something earlier about. Looking for toxicity in the hiring process because it seems like that would be your ideal weeding out spot. What kind of things do you look for? That would make you say okay. Yeah. On paper this person has terrific experience great credentials but then in the inner reprocess, something just is off what are those things that you would be looking for in an interview process that would suggest that maybe this person could be toxic. I have. Several clients, we have a service where I'll do finally vetting. And I just come in at the very end. And, just spend some time currently with the situation now on. US. And I just come in. As. A person to look at the person. I'm not immersed in these organizations that I support clients I don't know them in and out and up and down, and that's a good thing because I'm not carrying my filters in the organizational biases come with being entrenched in an organization I'm just looking at the person. You know my goal is what my Andro tells us. You know when someone shows themselves believe that? Anybody can anybody can get through a thirty sixty minute interview my role my job is to. Get them into the most comfortable south. Try to get them to reveal themselves beyond simple interview questions. Most people when they do interviews the

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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on  Investor's Edge

Investor's Edge

00:38 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on Investor's Edge

"Why you move dot com Going a little bit more in depth on our coverage of the Corona virus across the United States. We're seeing an uptick in Corona virus cases in Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota. As Faras. Why the uptick? Dr. Nicole Sapphire of Fox News contributor tells Fox News. He started looking at the new cases specifically in the states that you just mentioned the farm majority over 50% 18 to 24 year old. So that really tells us It's being spread, particularly by that age group of the states that you just mentioned the one that I'm watching Pretty closely is Wisconsin. They have the highest rate increase right now on DH there Percent positive is quite high as well. But one important point, Steve that we have to acknowledge here is that He States air in their first wave. Wisconsin has not had a wave yet. They they're on the incline. Remember, we talked about waves several months ago. They've been low. This's their first wave, so it's not a second wave. The football world is mourning the loss of a running back with the details. Here's use radio networks Chris Barnes legendary running Gale Sayers has died today. The Pro Football Hall of Fame says he passed away at 77 layers of Chicago Bears legend who scored 22 touchdowns in his rookie season in 1965. Injuries cut his career short, but he still became a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977 4 USA Radio.

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Organization Seeks to Increase Voter Participation in America

1A

05:28 min | Last week

Organization Seeks to Increase Voter Participation in America

"Cat. Calvin is the founder and executive director of Spread The Vote, a nonprofit organization that's working to increase voter turnout. Welcome to the program. Hi. Thanks for having me So One of the main things your organization is trying to do is close the gap between registered voters and voter turnout. How big of a gap are we talking about? Well about 83% of eligible voters in the country are registered. But we have an average turnout of 55% 15, maybe a little higher depending on the election, So there is a huge gap of tens of millions of voters who are registered. They've taken that first step but who have a hard time taking the many steps that it takes to actually get a ballot in So we hear a lot about voter registration drives. But why is that? Not enough? You know voter much drives a great their first step in every state except North Dakota. You have to be registered to vote. But the fact is, there are a lot of things that you have to do in between that So, for instance, one of the main things that spread the vote does is that we help people get ideas primarily in voter ID states. There are over 21 million eligible voters who don't have photo ID, but 36 states where it's required. So that means that you can look at states like Wisconsin, where there are over 300,000 registered voters who don't actually have the idea. They need to vote or 200,000, Virginia, etcetera. And so you know, that's just one big way that voter registration isn't actually looking at. What are all the other challenges you know, There's also transportation challenges. There's child care. We have a massive problem with discrimination against people with disabilities at the polls. You know, and then a huge, huge voter education gap. And so there's just a lot of things that we need to address between registration and turnout to make sure we're actually helping people explain a little bit more about the voter education gap that you see. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's interesting because I was listening to some of the questions that people had coming in. Also, I want to send bonus points to the Twitter who said that we should be doing rank choice voting because she's absolutely right. You know, the fact is that we don't We don't do a lot of civic education in schools anymore, And then we really don't do it after school, And so a lot of people just don't Really understand the voting process who they're voting for what we're voting for you. We do a tine of voter education and spread the vote. 77% of our clients have never voted before and had midterms. We had people in age ranging from 18 to 79 voting for the first time, and when they ask us questions or when we go, we get sort of thousands of questions that people just email us because we're an organization with vote in the name and it's Everything from. I don't know how I'm supposed to use this machine. I don't understand the difference between absentee voting and mail in voting in what's early voting. You know, I don't know what any of these positions are. Nobody knows what the comptroller is or what the board of supervisors is. You know, we get a lot of first time voters who we talk to you and they say I opened my ballot and I thought it was just going to be the president. But there were like 30 pages of things that I didn't know what I was supposed to do. I don't know what a ballot measure is. And so there's just a lot of sort of basic info. You know, there's also we get people who say I just open my mail in ballot and there's a bunch of pieces of paper here. I don't know what I'm supposed to do with that, you know, And so there's a lot of work that needs to be done. I'm just helping people understand what the process is. And how do you do it? How do you follow all these obstructions? And then when you look at, you know, people returning citizens the rules for returning citizens being able to vote or different everywhere, And there isn't a lot of information out about how people are supposed to know if they're eligible to vote again. How they become eligible. You know, people, Disabilities don't always know what all the requirements are and what accessibility requirements there are and what they're allowed to, You know, demand that they have it. They're polling place. And so there's just a lot of Really voting 101 information that people don't get. Well, we got this tweet from Benjamin, who says, I think the problem with voter apathy is that many people of you voting purely as a response to an agenda they did not set. It's important to stress to voters that they are just as much responsible for setting the agenda as they are for voting to set that agenda into motion, and I'm curious how much you hear from people about You know that that issue of you know? Look, I'm voting for something that I don't feel particularly a part off. Oh, absolutely. I mean, first of all, if we'd all been listening to Ralph Nader in the seventies, this would be a very different country because he basically was advocating for indivisible, right. He kept saying voting is just one day we have to be sure that we are keeping these politicians accountable that we're telling them what we want that we're making sure that they do it. And you know, one of the things that we try really hard to do now is remind people that voting is not the whole movement, but it's a big part of and that it is a thing. We have to do it once a year. Twice a year, however many times you vote in your community, but it is just one way. Of changing this democracy of setting the agenda, and so we have to still be taking to the streets. We have to still be calling into the police Commission meetings are going to City Council meetings. You know, we have to be finding and recruiting really amazing members of our community who we think would be great. You know, members of elected office and then supporting them. It's a lot more than voting that voting. Because we live in a democracy is a key part on I think when people understand I'm not just voting once a year and walking away and then someone else is making decisions, but that I'm helping to set those decisions and push those decisions and once a year voting is my way of grading how I think that those decisions were made and maybe hiring somebody new and firing someone excited, read, then it puts the power a lot more into the voters hands.

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Jason Ravnsborg, South Dakota's Attorney General, Investigated in Fatal Crash

Buck Sexton

00:16 sec | Last week

Jason Ravnsborg, South Dakota's Attorney General, Investigated in Fatal Crash

"Fox in South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome says she's bringing in outside investigators to look into the state attorney general who struck and killed a man with his car over the weekend. Jason Robin Borg said he thought he hit a deer and didn't realize he hit a person really went back to the site the next day.

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South Dakota attorney general now says he found body of man he hit with car and killed

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:28 sec | Last week

South Dakota attorney general now says he found body of man he hit with car and killed

"Investigation in South Dakota and CBS's Matt Piper tells us the state's top law enforcement officer is at the center of South Dakota Attorney General Jason Rounds, Berg reported hitting a deer with his car Saturday night, but he actually killed a man whose body was not found until the next day. His office says he immediately called 911 after the accident and did not realize he had hit someone until the body was found. The 55 year old man who died was walking after his truck crashed nearby. Time on the round up

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South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

Dave Ramsey

00:18 sec | Last week

South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

"More out of South Dakota on the deadly crash involving State's attorney general Jason Ravan's board put out a statement Monday saying he discovered he had hidden killed a man walking along a rural stretch of highway on Lee. After returning to the scene the next day. He initially said he thought he'd hit a deer after a Republican fundraiser.

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South Dakota investigators: Attorney general reported hitting deer but actually killed man whose body was found next day

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | Last week

South Dakota investigators: Attorney general reported hitting deer but actually killed man whose body was found next day

"In South Dakota, the highway patrol investigating a deadly crass involving the state's attorney general, Investigators say Jason Ravan's Borg call 911 Saturday after thinking he had hit a deer, but it was later discovered that he'd actually hit a person. The body of the victim, 55 year old man from South Dakota was discovered the next morning. Further details of the crash have not yet been made available.

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South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

Buck Sexton

00:22 sec | Last week

South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

"Investigators in South Dakota is the attorney general Jason Ravan's boring reported hitting a deer Saturday night but actually struck and killed a pedestrian whose body was not found until the next day. Ravan's Berg's office said he called 911 immediately after the accident and did not realize he hit a man he'd been driving home from a Republican fundraiser to his home. This. David expressed sorrow in shock over the accident.

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Deputy fired after punching Black man repeatedly during arrest

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:32 sec | Last week

Deputy fired after punching Black man repeatedly during arrest

"Georgia, has been fired for punching a black man during a traffic stop. CBS is Steve Haytham 26 year old Roderick Walker was a passenger in a car pulled over for a apparent broken tail light. His attorney, Sean Williams, says deputies asked for his I d we need our brother. Released from jail immediately. Walker's subsequent arrest, captured on video by a bystander shows two deputies on top of him one punching him. The attorney claims Walker lost consciousness twice and was left with a welt under his left eye. South Dakota Attorney

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Authorities confirm South Dakota attorney general involved in fatal crash

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:24 sec | Last week

Authorities confirm South Dakota attorney general involved in fatal crash

"Office of South Dakota's attorney general says he had not been drinking before he was involved in a fatal car crash. His spokesman says that Jae Shin Ravan's Borg I was driving from a Republican fundraiser to his home Saturday night when he was involved in this crash. He told authorities he thought he had a deer, but he had actually struck and killed a pedestrian. The victim's body was found near the scene of the crash. The following morning.

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South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

Dana Loesch

00:46 sec | Last week

South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

"Dakota's attorney general reported hitting a deer Saturday night. Ah, but and actually hit a person whose body wasn't discovered until the next morning, according to the Department of Public Safety. Rapid City Journal has this story. The man's thought he'd hit a deer, but it actually is. A body killed the man and they so far the release hasn't addressed anything with the with the A G, But just this is just what it was happened. The 55 year old job over was discovered the next morning, didn't they? Don't say where exactly respond or who had found him. But everything is preliminary. At this point, the Whole thing is continuing to be investigated by AH Highway Patrol. That is a crazy story.

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South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

WBZ Midday News

00:18 sec | Last week

South Dakota AG reported hitting deer but actually killed a man

"Investigators say. South Dakota's attorney general Jason Ravan's Borg was involved in a deadly car crash over the weekend Rounds board originally said he had hit a deer but actually killed a man whose body has been found additional details, including how many vehicles were involved. Whether or not alcohol may have factored the crash have not been

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Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:31 min | Last week

Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally

"It appears that corona virus doesn't seem to affect Donald trump or indeed any of his supporters at a rally in Nevada. This weekend supporters mostly mask free stood cheek by jowl as president claim that the US has nearly conquered. The virus O'Brien classes assistant professor in global politics at UCLA AND CO author, how to rig an election and he joins me now for an update on the week's election events in the United States Brian Welcome back. Good Morning. Let's begin with this latest rally in Nevada. There's widespread coverage of the fact that social distancing rules will broken practically on every single level going against Nevada state regulations and indeed the national regulations. Yeah I. Mean it's it's just remarkable in mind boggling I mean here in the UK we have new restrictions in place trying to limit the spread of the virus on Friday. There were six new deaths in the UK in the US were over a thousand and you have the president of the United States not just talking about how public health measures should be further rolled back but actually leading by example in doing. So by putting people at risk at his rallies and remember. That in a previous rally that he held indoors in Tulsa. Oklahoma this summer, a former presidential candidate Herman Cain seems to have contracted the virus at that rally in died. So I mean, this is not just putting people at risk in the abstract could actually kill some of the people who are at the rally not to mention infecting others who have made no choice to go to rallies and have been infected by by trump supporters. The many people have said that rally in Tulsa was. A turning point for Donald trump insofar as because of the deaths and because of the large infection rate that followed it, and the fact that that's that whole was pretty one-third empty when that happened it kind of changed his attitude towards everything. The fact that he has so openly you'll. have so openly defied all of the regulations isn't this now just a clearer sign that there is a, there is a public rift now between Donald Trump, the White House, and effectively all the rest of the world science. Yeah, there's there's no other comparison in world leadership I mean you know when? When Donald? Trump. Talked about the virus in the beginning. He called it a hoax. He down played it repeatedly, he lied to the public as we know now with these revelations from Bob Woodward's book in which he privately was saying that this is a very deadly virus in publicly saying there was no risk that it was going to disappear like a miracle but then recall in in April when public health measures were put in place in various states donald trump called on people to liberate those states that was the language used in tweets from the public health measures when masks were recommended by the public health officials, he said they're not required and he took it. Pains to say that you don't need to wear them. So you know there's a reason why the US consistently is having about a thousand deaths today while most most countries in Europe are in the either single digits or low double digits, and you know it's it's just an ongoing problem where the US is effectively given up right now in the US, the worst states are in the upper midwest and the reason for that is because just weeks ago, two hundred, fifty, thousand motorcyclists descended on a small town of seven thousand people in Sturgis, South Dakota, which is allowed to go ahead and it spread a massive outbreak. Of Two, hundred fifty thousand people meeting in the middle of a pandemic doesn't exist doesn't compute in other countries in the world and yet it's being done with Republican leaders sanction. Where is the drive coming forward to defy the regulations into to go in a different path you mentioned the the infamous interview he gave to Bob would march when he said I wanted to play it down I still like playing it down because I don't want to create a panic but at that time he did recognize the he's huge risks of a place by corona virus. Is there a sense that the the decision to make everything feel normal put everyone together in the same room is coming directly from trump or is this a campaign move? I think it is coming from him and I think it is a campaign move. I think it's coming from him trying to argue that he is putting the economy I A lot of this has been with his sort of mindset that we must open the economy and the fundamental mistake that he made in some other world leaders made, and then quickly realized that it was mistake is trying to divorced the economy from the virus. The economy will grow in the virus goes away. The economy will improve when the virus comes under control and so you. The what's happening in the United States is very, very bad as or equilibrium where you have high levels of virus transmission and therefore you have a very low levels of economic recovery because people are still scared and I think the campaign is going to have serious implications for trump not just because of how bad the virus outbreak is for everybody. But specifically, because the people who don't want him to put the economy, I are those who are most vulnerable to the Virus Aka those who are. Sixty five plus and vote a lot. Especially, our key voting demographic in places like Florida and Arizona where they have large retirement communities in their swing states. So if he continues to do this to sort of model behavior that clearly shows that he is willing to put their lives at risk, it's a it's a very big opening for Joe Biden to say to those voters. Look I'm I'm worried about the economy to, but I also don't want kill a whole lot of Americans before you know. Before the virus comes under control through a vaccine or or petering out through her immunity God forbid. So I think this is a very risky strategy and one that could end up backfiring for

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COVID-19 Surges in Dakotas as Both States Reject Mask Rules

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last week

COVID-19 Surges in Dakotas as Both States Reject Mask Rules

"With tens of thousands of new covert 19 cases being confirmed daily across the United States, Johns Hopkins University researchers say North and South Dakota are now leading the country in per capita cases. The states have also posted some of the country's highest positivity rates for covert 19 tests. An indication that there are Maurin affections than tests. They're catching the reopening of schools and universities, along with mass gatherings, like the Sturgis Motorcycle rally are getting most of the blame.

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Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules

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00:50 sec | Last week

Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules

"Actor coronavirus Regina king infections puts on her in director's the Dakotas hat and have introduces been growing faster her film than one anywhere night else in in Miami the nation about over the a last young two Muhammad weeks Ali Johns to the Hopkins Oscar University race researchers say north and South it Dakota was quite have led the country in per capita cases the states the film have also takes posted place after some the of twenty the country's two year highest old the heavyweight positivity champion rates Sonny Liston for covert it's a nineteen fictional tests account of a conversation nearly twenty between two the percent boxer in who North later Dakota became Mohammed in seventeen Ali percent and Malcolm in South X. Jim Dakota Brown and Sam that's an Cooke indication who there discussed are more inequality infections look than tests at racism are catching against them the and infections how to use have been their spurred celebrity by schools is changing and universities Regina re king opening says it as also well as mass speaks gatherings to what's happening like the today Sturgis with the motorcycle police killings rally of black which drew people hundreds we of thousands have this opportunity of people from across or the country health officials in twelve states chit have to reported over use three hundred our art cases and among people in in who a attended powerful the way event the film none stars the less out the as governors hostile of as north the autumn and junior South Dakota Kingsley both Ben of Adir whom are Republican and he like all right have resisted as Cassius mask clay requirements I'm Julie Walker I'm Ben Thomas

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Smithfield Foods Faces Fine for Not Protecting Workers From COVID-19

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"Companies facing a Corona virus related fine federal regulators site Smithfield Foods for failing to protect employees from the Corona virus at its slaughterhouse in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. That makes Smithfield the first major US meatpacker to face a fine After covert outbreaks infected thousands of workers this spring and caused meet shortages. OSHA wants to find Smithfield nearly 13.5 $1000 the maximum allowed, the Virginia based company says it will contest the citation and the fine. Nearly 1300 workers got sick of the Smithfield plant in Sioux Falls this past spring. Four of them died. Paris Hilton

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"The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited pork producer Smithfield Foods in South Dakota for failing to protect workers from Corona virus exposure. OSHA's proposing a penalty of more than $13,000. That's the maximum allowed by law. The Sioux Falls plant was the site of a Corona virus outbreak In April, nearly 1300 workers contracted covert 19 and four employees there died.

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"dakota" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"dakota" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Telling you about nineteen, ninety, nine on the PODCAST, but were we're zooming way ahead to two thousand were really really moving past the ninety nine's into another stone cold classic from two thousand. It's almost famous Cameron Crowe's autobiographical. Drama comedy. Road Movie Rock and roll movie coming of age story of Comedy Tragicomedy I. It's so many things It's filled with the stouter and melancholy and sweetness throughout and it's one of my favorite movies and I'm so glad Dakota chose this one she like immediately when we asked her what she wants to talk about it was a no brainer for her, she clearly doors this movie. And I do too. It's. It's not those movies that is very repeatable. You can watch it over and over again there. So many fantastic scenes that I watched it again I'm like this is my hair see. No, this is my favorite scene. So performances that I love, I, mean, if you're not familiar with almost famous, it is, of course, the story of William Miller who really Cameron Crowe's d'appel Ganger, had Karen. Crow. Really live this kind of lifestyle he was A. A teen prodigy, a journalist and William Miller played by the Great Patrick Fugit. This was his film debut. It's a great performance. goes on the road was still water stillwater WED by Jason Lee is the frontman, but like the the guy with all the Mystique, the guy with all the I, don't know the gravitational pull is played by billy crude up in in really a career highlight of for him. He's perfect in this in this performance which was. was actually earmarked for Brad. Hit a much different kind of a movie a great movie probably in its own right. But I'm glad billy got the got the chance to play the role also features Zoe, Dash, anelle, kate, Hudson of course, amazing star making performance. If there ever was one frances mcdormand and the Great Plate Philip. Seymour Hoffman. Who I feel, it keeps coming up on this podcast and and of course, he does because he's one of the great. Great actors of all time This is a really fun deep die with a Coda. I've always enjoyed my chatswood Sokoto fanning Funny. This came just a few weeks after I caught up with Elle fanning different thing they're just together both delights in their own, right. So this was a really fun one for me and I hope you guys enjoy it other than that not much else dimension. I. Really appreciate all the Nice comments for the SAM. stir-crazy, which is still up of course on YouTube and on facebook and on twitter on that episode of my comedy. Central series seemed to really go over well with the fans on I really appreciate all the kind comments, and of course, don't worry. We will continue to make silly stupid things with. Sam For as long as he can stand me and I can stand him but no, Oregon. You know little more serious today with like a fun. But but but real dissection of like a great movie with the Great Dakota Fanning I. Hope You guys enjoyed this chat and remember to check out the alienist on TNT, Support Dakota and remember support happy second fuse, subscribe rate, review, tell, your friends, and in the meanwhile enjoy this chat with Dakota. Dakota fanning unhappy, second fused. I'll take it. However, I can get it even in these bizarre times. It's good to see my friend. It is good to see you to see you too So a bunch of talk about you've got the alias coming back on TNT I. Know that was a a you know a big undertaking. The second go round we'll get. Get into that. But as you know, happy second fuses change its focus because we're trying to give people some comfort and point them towards movies that we love, and you chose a good one Dakota a toddler before we get to the actual choice I, caught up with L. Recently, she said you guys washing a lot of movies were collected as a family. We have been. Yeah. We'll 'cause there's been some things that you know we would be talking about and like my mom actually never seen that you know and so then we'll start watching it. She's been doing like the marathons of like watching all of Paul Thomas, Anderson Movies from beginning to end and she's been very methodical about her China. Being But yeah. No, we've definitely found ourselves watching. Some old favors to finish the Batman returns puzzle. Did you finish the top gun? A JIGSAW PUZZLE? Did I'm not a puzzle person? That's that's else thing. Hey. Yes. My mom loves puzzles L.. Likes Puzzles. My grandmother loves puzzles. We've all been together. I am Mike. Honestly. Can't think of anything I'd rather do less than. Going myself my wife's. Puzzle. Thing and like at first, it was like we're GonNa do this together, right? You're like, yeah. Sure and I lost interest. So quickly just doesn't. It doesn't make me happy like it just doesn't make me feel good. Reinforces what I'm doing and yet another aspect of my life. But. Yes. I don't know about you. I've been watching a lot of movies not as methodical as your sister perhaps, but bouncing around to some old favorites and also streaming. Shows that I've been meaning to catch up on on, and for the PODCAST said, we've been celebrating comfort movies and it's been a joy every week. Every S has been selecting a different one and they've been all of all stripes your choices a great one talk to me about why you chose what you did and what your selection is. So why chose it is because when I the, it's the first title that comes to mind when I hear a comfort movie, I can't tell you the amount of like. Sunday scary is that this movie has worked me through, you know like when I lived in New York and I lived by myself in in my apartment in like. We've all had the morning's re wake up and you have the Lego variety and you think the world outside has somehow geared to get to all your friends. Hey, you're noting into. That feeling. We've all had them and this movie Made me feel that like everything was going to be okay and it's almost famous. and. It's what I turn on when I want to feel better or just be entertained like I. There are so many moments in this movie that I think about just as an actor as A..

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"dakota" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"dakota" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy said confused Tacona Fanny on the alienist and her comfort movie almost famous. Hey guys, Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad, confused. Very excited to say that we have to code fanning on the show for the very first time. Another one of these guests that while I talk to many times over the years for my various gigs, never had the chance to chat with Dakota on the podcast She's been acting since she was what five or six or seven I think. She got a screen actors Guild Award for I am Sam when she was some absurdly young age and she has never looked back. She's been acting consistently since then and really transition really admirably from kind of young child prodigy, you never know how that's going to develop if they're going to stick with it to a young woman with like an amazing collection of credits to her name and varied list of credits looked back at the early works like man on fire and war of the worlds, and then you look at films like the runaways, she was one of the twilight films and then most recently. She's Emerged in no less than Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood, and now in the alienist, which is on TNT entering its second. Season as it were although it's kind of a little bit self-contained said the second iteration of the alienist, which is currently airing on TNT, of course, that that project stars to Kota alongside Luke Evans and Daniel Bruhl coming from inspired by a series of bestselling books by Caleb Carr But we talk really mostly on this episode of Happy Second Fused about her comfort movie..

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"dakota" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"dakota" Discussed on College Football Live

"Last week town the football and old Alabama like I'm going to run it run it run it I don't feel often my quarterback that's not what we've seen some time for Alabam I'll tell you what when you look at the receiving corridor Jerry Judy net group probably the most talented three trio college football what you have to do when your leader goes down you have to elevate your game to another level and that's what they're going to Max at the quarterback position so I'm not as worried about them offensively because they have so much talent around him he just has to get the ball into the hands of the playmakers he doesn't have to be one hundred percent accurate anything like that just get them the ball and let them do what they do they understand that they have to elevate their game now because to is in behind center well let's be real the team isn't looking past this week but the college football community's looking to this game and couple of weeks against Lsu because LSU is this incredible offense is well what separates this Lsu squad from past ones the offense led by Joe Borough whose nine passing touchdowns is already the most ever in any season by an LSU flavor player and his receivers are pretty amazing to both Justin Jefferson and Jomar chaser averaging over one one hundred receiving yards per game the last time Lsu had even one player do that was all the way back in two thousand and one once they get going they're hard to stop the Tigers scored on every to one of their thirty nine red zone trips found the ED zone in FBI's record thirty one times from here so now they get a huge of matchup against Auburn the question early about the passing game the way people are playing them and that's so strange to see but listen all inside at the defensive lines bought can control the ground game can they can they do that can you see all these beautiful place down the field and borough thrown the football you don't see you didn't see the running game really erupt until the Florida game and if I'm if I'm Auburn Msa my guys are going to beat your guys up front get penetration ruined the timing but I I just I have to protect against the pass I just crazy I'd be curious to see if they think seven may be able to get something but the way like you say the way that they ran the ball LSU against Florida. I was really shocked surprised if they can do that did that give an ableman of balanced before you just looked at Joe borough receivers like this and they're going to throw the ball over the are we need to take the passing game but they start to get their running game clicking too going to be a huge problem so in my opinion offers to do something on the back end to make sure they can affect those receivers you talk about that secondary but on the other side do you think the Lsu Secondary Can Stand and they pressured that young man you know he has I think he rates he ranks one twentieth and the FBI and passes against pressure that's very very so you know LSU is going to come after him try to make him make quick decisions that's what you WanNa do. The young quarterback make him make quick decisions and get his hands he didn't do that against Florida he probably struggle against LSU trying to say anything and the crazy thing is I think if all Stevens plays really well you're talking about holding this Lsu offense to twenty eight thirty points so nick's you gotta get me more than that and that's sites a hard ask for a true freshman and Lsu defense has not been world by any stretch but he's GonNa have to make a lot of places passing game and continue to go tic TAC borough I keep waiting for this Lsu defense to click with all the talent they have maybe this is the week that it happens one thing I know being in bridging South Dakota good is presented fine Mazda feel a impart by it's still find your steel dealer at steel dealers dot com no one's been part of more first days of work than car heart and in the same way rookies have to keep earning respect car heart never stops earning the respect of hardworking like.

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"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

"How are you buddy? How's it going so far? Never better. Can I just got a quick shout out to myself? Happy birthday Flint dealer. Yes. I did not see that on Facebook. So I blame it all on Facebook. That I forgot to wish you a happy birthday. How you doing Mr Fox? We're good. We're in Austin so experiencing a new city for the first time and then after Chicago tomorrow so on the road today. So it's been a fun day so far in week. Although I gotta tell ya. We usually chat on Mondays about our action. I did bet on the titans. I didn't pick them in our pool which kicking myself over, but I did bet on them. But I also bet the under, and we did least we would have pushed on the under had they not gotten that stupid safety. I was like are you kidding ended up being thirty nine the total? When when they had it at thirty seven. So that was a bit of a push. And then I went with the the warriors at the end of a road trip. You know, the schedule loss playing against the box and the bucks are team. And I had the I was another push because I had the under. And I had the warriors. I'm sorry. I had the box. So I lost the box one the under. I just been pushing. All week. You know, win lose win-lose win-lose. Thank goodness, you're pushing. You know, what's fun is. I know you, and I spoke it's been about a month. Now, right before I sent you those NBA basically systems if you will in a month period or five weeks period, are you up or down. Because remember it's a percentage game. You don't you don't care whether they're wearing a magic uniform are pelicans uniform. It's literally just situational betting. You take your heart out of it. And all you do is wager on your mind. How are you after five or six weeks using the systems? I gotta be honest. It's probably about even money. I would go on what it's been like is I go on a streak of winning four or five in a row. And then I'll lose four or five in a row. So that's really what's been happening. So and I haven't been keeping track the way I should to know exactly what my what my number is. But let's talk about some of the baths for four tomorrow. I see your first pick that you like an over under. It's not the one that. I like I like the under. In that chiefs ravens game at fifty one. I know the chiefs could score fifty one all by themselves. But I feel like the ravens are going to burn up clock to clock and waste time. And fifty one's a pretty high number. Tell me what you think of that one. While you're telling me what you think of saints at Tampa on the under. Well saints in Tampa under all these second. Let's start with the ravens and chief since you brought it up. I actually like in that one minus six and a half. It's a big number ravens have the number one defense in the league. And obviously the chiefs have the number one offense. And you know, don't the one thing I know about football is that offense usually wins. They always say the receivers nowhere. They're going before the DB's know where they're going to go. So I like to lean towards offense. When you have, you know, basically, a d versus oh sort of scenario and remember that she's continued a role. They they put up forty against a real pesky Oakland club last week in Baltimore enters off. What's shouldn't have been a really tough road win in Atlanta. It basically left everything on the line that one showed me that the ravens. You know, they struggle against bad teams. I don't think there is good as we think they are in. Here's what I think is happening. This quarterback controversy is proving a distraction. I know Lamar Jackson is interesting. Right. And they always say about new quarterbacks. There's not tape on them. So he's kind of a running thread you can throw the ball a little bit. But I know flacco healthy. Now, I think he's shooting up, and I just think that's going to be a distraction this week. No while that Baltimore is just two and four against the spread. And its last six as a road dog in the three and a half to seven range, and while Kansas City is already foreign one against the spread this year as a favorite in the three and a half to nine and a half point range inside of seven. I think the chiefs separate themselves from what is really sluggish ravens offense. My prediction is thirty five twenty one. If it's six and a half, I would take Kansas City all day and night. I don't think this one should be. That's quote. This is actually a mismatch on paper. I like it. I like it. All right. Yeah. Bengals at chargers charged been playing very well biggers are Bengals are a bit of a dumpster, fire fourteen and a half is the number at this point. That's big number which way you going. Yeah. I don't like this at all. But sometimes you just have to hold your nose and head to the counter Cincinnati is playing with a backup quarterback and its best receiver. You know, him his hurt again that this is a horrendous scheduling situation for the chargers off a tremendous come from behind victory on national television against the Steelers with a Thursday night football game at Kansas City on deck after that contest Los Angeles finished the season. They also finished the season coming up with two more potential teams against the raven. Denver Broncos San Diego has already shown is not a team delay big numbers with Anthony win the offensive coordinator, very conservative with believe this is one where you simply hold your nose. And you take two touchdowns and bet Cincinnati has nothing other than to do with. It's a bad. Little squeeze play. Cincinnati will lose to this one by ten I like, the number in that take the Bengals target Vegas numbers with our friend and Vegas insider, Flint Wheeler, we got lions on the road in era. Zona against the cardinals. You liked Detroit. I disagree with you on this one. I'm going to take the cards. Tell me why you like the lions boy, I'm gonna tell your listeners, and you go down and bet it now this number's going to grow. I have at minus two I think it'll probably two and a half or three there's big money already heading on Detroit. And I'll tell you why I see the lines taking care of business here. They're only four and eight straight up on the year and they've lost five of their last six up. But this week finds a matched up with perhaps literally the weakest team in the entire NFC. Generally, speaking, the lions have handled their business against bad teams, going eight and three straight up and seven three one against the spread against sub five hundred four that's over the last three seasons. The cardinals are a substantial drop in class. From Detroit's recent string of opponents in Arizona, basically won the Super Bowl last week beating Green Bay up in Green Bay has a fourteen point dog. I suspect they won't handle success. Well, as they lost by double digits both times off their last two. Previous wins. As for the lions last week allowing a late touchdown cost them again over the Rams again where they were basically even in total yardage and down only three entering the fourth quarter. Thanksgiving Day was Matt Stafford's pick six that was the difference in the twenty three sixteen loss to the bears having come so close against a couple of really good team. The lion should handle this drop in crash. Very well laid a very short number while you have the chance and take the lion's minus the two. You know, I was confused. I was thinking of another red team that I like that is an underdog that being the Niners at home to the Broncos. But I've got to ask you about this giants Redskins game. Because the giants are seemingly a much better team a little bit more healthy while they were up until today. Now that Odell Beckham is reportedly not going to play would you would you run for the hills from this game with the giants minus three or do you still like them over the Redskins who are all banged up? And Mark Sanchez their quarterback. Boy, if we had had this conversation on Wednesday, I would've yelled at you to take the under Mark Sanchez is not gonna put up two touchdowns. We know that we saw him. He's only gonna have literally less than a dozen offensive plays going into this week and without Odell Beckham as the outside threat, whether he catches the ball or not you have to account for them on defense with him out of the lineup. They're just gonna what they call stuff the box. And I think it's going to be a weary tough day for Barclay. If he's in your fantasy can't that might be a week, right? Sit him. I liked the under in that. I don't know what it is at now. I think it was forty one or thirty nine, but it's dropping like a rock. But that one's got ugly written all over it. I don't see the giants having any offensive real threat to go forward. And I know the Redskins aren't going to score anything that one has a ten three written all over it. But I couldn't tell you what he's gonna win. He said Barkley, you bet Sanchez. But I knew what you were talking about eagles Cowboys. There's another spread that surprising to me Dallas, the three point home favourite playing much better than the eagles of late is is that number strictly based on the fact that this is the Super Bowl champion and coming off a win, and it's an NFC east battle and all of those factors throwing any kind of throw the records out the window. No, I don't. And you know, what's interesting is. I think at some point we have to stop looking for the Philadelphia Eagles of last year to show up. You are who you are. They're not a very good football team. They look great on on national television. Which is why you know as a stockbroker. I'd probably short them right now. Because our last memory of the eagles looks great. I don't know what was it that Sunday night game or the Monday night game where they ran up and down the field. I'd like him. I just don't think that they are who we think they are. I think there are bad football team. Again. I don't like the side because I just can't predict what's going to come out. Each offensive sequence. But again, I liked I liked the under in that one, my friend. I this time of year defense rears its ugly head and there's plenty of tape on both sides of the ball for what teams are going to ride. And I think defense has the advantage, especially as the weather cools and gets a little squirrelly. I'd probably look at the under again in that one. That's a good. That's a good way to look at that one. I just feel like if the Cowboys play the way that they've played over the last couple of weeks, and again, that's not nothing's etched in stone. But they've looked far better than the eagles over the last few weeks, and there are a lot healthier. So a three point spread to me is surprising. But you know, the old rule when it looks weird. That's one of those ones where you might want to just stay away. Because if it seems strange at probably is so. Lose. What's the saying? If it's obvious you'll lose money if. Yeah. It's gonna be fun Sunday for sure Flint, always appreciate it. Enjoy the weekend, my friend. We'll talk to you later. Bye. Thanks travel say that is our biggest insider, Flint Wheeler, helping you figure out. How to beat the odds and win yourself some money. There's some good hints. I those are definitely worth looking at for. Sure, I'm Pete FOX. This is NBC sports radio the NBC sports radio app. Without.

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"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

"Tomorrow the Heisman. I'm just kinda curious as to if anybody really gets fired up about the Heisman. I guess if it's the guy from your school. Then maybe you're like, yeah. Cuyler Murray is going to win the Heisman. Yeah. I just I've never really experienced that up close trying to thank you know, as a fan of the USC Trojans. I know obviously they've had Heisman Trophy winners. They haven't they seemingly had a candidate in quite a while. I know Carson Palmer won the award a decade ago or something. Probably way more than that at this point. But at that point in time, I wasn't I wasn't quite as big a fan. So I didn't I don't remember getting excited about it. I just don't hear people getting fired up about the Heisman, which is. Somewhat surprising to me. I mean, it's a big award. But I think it comes with a lot of pressure for that player. And it doesn't always mean the most valuable player, I think it means. The most exciting player who's put up the biggest the numbers, and you know, who is kind of garnered the most attention, and sometimes that does quake two most valuable and Kyla Murray is the favourite and more than likely going to win it because he had a big performance in the big twelve championship versus Tonga by Loa who was a little injured and didn't perform as well in the SEC championship more than likely. Kyla Murray is going to be your winner. And he's not even going to the NFL. He's going to go play baseball by all accounts. Now that doesn't mean he'll never play baseball. But at this point he's still supposedly going to go play for the Oakland A's. So let me get from that perspective. It's kind of interesting. We don't see that all that much. I think it was. Florida state guy Charlie ward, I think was his name. Twenty some years ago who won the Heisman and then went had an NBA career. So it's not a normal thing. You'd have to assume that if it doesn't work out for Tyler Murray in baseball. He's probably still got at least a shot at playing some NFL football. If people will still more than likely be interested at least when they're starter gets hurt the way the Washington Redskins have been dealing with all of these injuries and trying to find a quarterback to take over. I mean, they're onto their third quarterback already in Mark Sanchez. And now they're trying to find a backup for him. Josh johnson. I believe is the guy that they have selected to be their their backup. He's a guy who has had some time in the NFL ranks. But he last played in two thousand and eleven I believe from a small school is in San Diego called USD. So. You know, that type of situation could potentially workout down the road for Kyla Murray of his baseball career falls apart. And he doesn't end up making it to the bigs, and he's languishing around in double a or something like that. You got to think that he might if an NFL team comes knocking? Hey, I could go to the highest level and play a little bit. I'm going to take advantage of that. So we'll see how it all turns out for him. I just feel like the expectations ended up being really really high for the Heisman Trophy winner. When they get to the next level. Everyone expects so much from them. I mean look at Baker Mayfield. He's he's the most recent one I believe, yes. And then Lamar Jackson the year before that. So when they win these awards, and then go to the NFL the very next year the expectations are extremely high. And that's not always about thing. But sometimes I think we don't give that player an opportunity. To grow develop learn the system understand the league and then become a competent professional. I feel like we're expecting them to be good tomorrow and take a bad team because they always end up on a bad team just about Lamar Jackson kind of an interesting situation. But he didn't win the Heisman last year. He wanted to years ago came back played one more year at Louisville, and then became a pro. And because he was drafted late in the first round what to a fairly decent team in the Baltimore Ravens. But when you ended up on a garbage team as the Heisman Trophy winner. The expectations are really really high that you're gonna come in there because eight year the quote best player in college football, which is clearly not the case. But he's the most popular one and has put up the biggest numbers. Everyone expects you to come in and save the day turn everything around and make it all better. Like, hey, we're going to be a good team. Now, just because of you, which is going to be the exact same thing that you know, as as we look at college. Basketball here with Duke facing off against Yale tight game. So far. That's going to be the situation with Zion. Williamson he's going to be a guide that's going to be drafted more than likely number one overall, and they end up with the Cleveland Cavaliers more than likely unless there's are some trade action going on and everyone's can expect him to turn things around for the Cavs. And we know that that very rarely happens that way, I mean, even when a guy like LeBron showed up or Kobe Bryant, they weren't good right out of the gate as the best player in their game to show up on a team and say, hey, we're going to save the day. It just doesn't happen. All that much. I think it happens when we we kind of don't expect this guy to be good, you know. So that's that's the pressure. That comes with being the quote best player in your sport. Like Dak Prescott. I'm not saying Dak Prescott saved the day. But if feel like Dak Prescott has been much better than everyone expected him to be he's been a surprise to everybody even still as their critic. I don't know if Dak Prescott is the real deal. I dunno. If Dak Prescott is as good as he was last year. I think that Prescott is doing just fine. I've watched a fair amount of their games. And I can't I, you know, I can't criticize the guy all that much. I'm always apprised when NFL reporters former players pundits are seeing that breast. God's taking a step back. Dak prescott. Not that. Good. I totally disagree. I think Dak Prescott is the real deal. Now is he a superstar? No, not a superstar. But he's doing enough to get the job done. He's he's better than average. He's better than just he's okay. I think he's pretty damn good. I mean, you gave him one receiver and all of a sudden the team turns things around. Now a lot of that has to do with the defense. But the fact is that he has shown up and performed very well. And I'm honestly surprised going into tomorrow's game at home at AT and T against the. The eagles that there are three and a half point favorites like three and a half point favorites. That's just what the home field gives you so crazy. Well, anyway, interesting weekend for me. I am out of the whole studio. And I am on the road this weekend. Visiting family in the Texas area of Austin a place. I've never been to it's been rainy and cold so far. But it seems very cool. What we've seen and in the. Neighborhood that we're visiting which is really interesting. It's my stepdaughter and she lives in a mall. It's like what? Yes, she lives in a mall in an apartment above shop. So if you want drinks or food, you just walk downstairs, I'm like I could not live here with a bar literally right downstairs, and we just walked. Pass this what they call a cupcake ATM. And I'm like, what's a cupcake ATM? Well, twenty four hours if you wanna cupcake you can just walk up to this machine, and you swipe your card and out plops a cupcake. That's pretty cool if I liked cupcakes, which I don't. But we did a little wine tasting today. And I gotta say that Texas wind does not compare to California wine, although we did have some good wine, and as we were drinking at we learned that most of the grapes if not all of them were from California. So I don't want to criticize I'm not that big of a wine snob, but I am starting to become one. And I I feel very wind snobby as I say wines a little water down. Its I start using some of the terms, you know, like it's a bit bitter and the tannin's are a bit strong. And I'm like, oh, God, I can't stand myself right now. So it's been a fun weekend. And then tomorrow off to Chicago to attend bears Rams at Soldier Field. So that should be should be interesting as I say off to attend. I'm still kind of hesitant to use those words because I might just be watching it at a bar as we have had a week long issue with me getting a credential, and I won't bore you with all the details. But it's been a back and forth between the bears saying ask the Rams and the Rams saying ask the bears. So everyone's got their wires crossed. And when you talk to one they're like, look, this is not our decision. This is the Rams decision. And the Rams are like it's not our decision. It's the bears decision. It's in Chicago. So we've been going back and forth on that all week. And it's been an utter nightmare. So I might just be watching the bears Rams game from a bar in Chicago. We'll have to see how that all turns out. We'll take a break and come back and talk some hoops, there's lots of drama going on in L A with the Lakers, our friend. Greg Bergman is gonna join us from ESPN LA flagship of the Lakers radio network next. It's NBC sports radio and the NBC sports radio. Oh..

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Seton Hall at Rupp arena. Twenty nine points for PJ Washington, which included thirteen rebounds in the law smiles Powell had twenty eight points for Seton Hall in the number five. Michigan takes care of South Carolina wolverines now undefeated eighty nine to seventy eight the final Jordan pool had twenty six with a wolverines Chris Silva eighteen and twelve the Gamecocks in the loss number ten. Michigan state a winner over Florida sixty three fifty nine Xabier Tillman fourteen points, nine boards and an assist Villanova at number twenty one a comfortable win over Saint Joe's seventy to fifty eight the final there. Eric Paschal had fourteen points nine boards coming up in just a few minutes. Number twenty four Nebraska will tip it up in Lincoln with Creighton. Number eleven Florida state takes on uconn in New Jersey games going on as we speak tight one in the early going of the first half between number three Duke and Yale. It's. Twenty one to ten Duke also tied at half between number twelve Wisconsin and Marquette, Wisconsin battle right there in the Milwaukee area. Thirty three thirty two of the final number twenty five permanent up on South Carolina. Upstate sixty four. Fifty number sixteen Kansas state and salsa in Taiwan. It's thirty one thirty number twenty two Mississippi State a winner over Clemson eighty to seventy one NBA basketball about ready to get rolling in Dallas American Airlines center between the Mavericks and the rockets kings on the Pacers in Indianapolis. Bye. Gore stats opinion sees Scott, sports, other brain, and he's not afraid to use BCC sports radio. Pete. Yes, indeed, Pete, FOX show and BBC sports radio the NBC sports radio app. Thank you for checking in so much stuff to get too busy day as usual, not a lot of college football. Although the big award being handed out.

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

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"This show. Hope you're having a fabulous Saturday. Get ready for some of those bowl games. And we fourteen in the NFL next time. You hear me I will be on these airwaves midway through those early games in the NFL week fourteen after we started off with the titans thrashing the Jags. And tying a record a Mr. Henry stepping up big ninety nine yard touchdown. Wow. So that was pretty fun to watch that that game wasn't exciting. But I guess it is if you're a titan fan, and that's what it's all about a quick reminder. Because so many of you have asked you can pick up my book deal your own destiny increase. Your odds win big and become extraordinary. Forbes books published it what an honor that couple of weeks ago was on time square shocking. As a kid. I would never think that I would walk by and see my book on Times Square. One of the things. I talk. About an I interviewed fifteen thousand people. I talk about Mark Eaton who was a mechanic and ended up playing for the Utah Jazz and was incredible. And I've got a picture of Mark. And I in the book, and he's so tall. I look like, I don't know. I don't even I barely come up to his waist seriously. It's just absolutely crazy. He played at UCLA. But he didn't he was only there for a couple of years. He logged maybe forty two minutes on the court. He was frustrated at a height advantage. He was seven four without shoes on and he never would have thought he would have ended up playing professionally then he he was encouraged to do. So and he said his mentor because I think you need everybody needs a mentor was Wilt Chamberlain. That's a little piece of the story. So who is it you surround yourself with there's lessons on how do you deal your own destiny? No matter what you do. All right. Speaking of destiny, I think the Rams are a team of destiny when I look at Los Angeles and having secretly there. My secret team I say secret team because I've been a Rams fan per se doing this and paying attention to the Rams. Yeah. I I mean, of course, to what they're what they've been able to do if you're a fantasy player Todd Gurley. Does it get any better than that? You look at Aaron. Donald and what he's been able to do. I mean, incredible. He's a one man wrecking crew wrecking ball, whatever you wanna call him, and some people feel that he's the NFL's most valuable player defensive tackle who did less. Nothing. Get in his way. Nothing gets by this guy. He is amazing. Some of the big plays. He's made over this past season. Incredible. Here's Todd Gurley though talking about, and of course, he's all about running the ball. So I can about the bears defense for this Sunday night game. Obviously, you know, they have arguably. The second best player and fell. Besides Donald and Kyle fuller. He's great came Hicks. Roquan got great. Great defense statement plan. You know, pretty good ball. And obviously they got fifty two. So when they got him back. They're gonna have a chance. Yeah. There you go casinos. It's tough with Khalil Mack. And how tough he can be. And it's interesting he said right away Aaron Donald his teammate as best player behind him. So then you look at Jared Goff in the numbers that he has been able to put up as a quarterback here for the Rams and really coming into his own in yet another season. But this is a season where fantasy people have gone crazy for him. But more than that. It's the numbers that he just continually not Pat Mahomes numbers. But the numbers that he's continually putting up and the numbers are very, very solid. Here's what Jared Goff said about wanting to get the number one seed, always big I think, that's what you always go for is up. So you want to win as many games as you can. But if you do.

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07:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Leaving retiring for the second time in his career as a head coach this time at Ohio State after the Rose Bowl and taking on Washington. We got army and navy, folks. If you're listening to me siriusxm or one of the fabulous Phillies of affiliates, rather that are out there than know. Do you know that this is a low scoring game? Seven minutes to go in the third quarter seven nothing army leading navy. There's a lot of pride one hundred nineteen years. They've played this game. And there's pride because of of serving serving for the army for the navy the midshipmen versus army and their prowess the army nights, and that's what it's all about an army. This year's had a great season. If you look at the independence BYU Notre Dame and army, but especially Notre Dame, obviously because they're they're in college football playoffs but army nine into pretty good on them. And and they struck first with a ten yard touchdown. Even had an interception with one hand that was a sweet play, but that seems like one hundred years ago because his name has been moving a lot slower since then in my hometown of Philadelphia. Kid. I can remember that. Oh, it's army navy game. Army navy game. Because I came from a family were most served in the navy. So there was always talk about that game constantly, and I went to it as a kid a handful of times, and then as an adult I went to it to as as well. Aaron Rodgers this week is on the field without Mike McCarthy after thirteen years he's fired after last week's game. So the question becomes how do they bounce back at Lambeau taking on the falcons? And he said it was weird. It was like they had a microscope on them. And it was as though they were in training camp. 'cause McCarthy wasn't there after all those seasons? Although he did a classy thing to out a full page ad in a couple of the newspapers of record in Wisconsin to thank the Packers and various people and talked about the fans in his years there in Greece. And I think that was super smart. He's gonna pop up somewhere on the sidelines. As a coordinator who knows? But I doubt he's out of the NFL completely. However might have been a little bit of a surprise that the Packers made that move before the season was over. But that's history. Now at this point, by the way, looking for light at the end of the tunnel. The giants fans wondering about the future ally. Manning a million questions in the off season to talk about maybe not a million. But a lot New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham junior scratched from Sunday's game against the Redskins. He's got a bruised wide. He didn't even travel with the team. They disclosed the injury on Friday limited in practice. They didn't think it was serious at the time. Didn't give an official injury designation for the game. And really thought that Shurmur did the coach that he would play that. He was going to be fine. But he is not going to play in that game. At the Redskins on Sunday, kicking at one o'clock eastern. You know, he originally, I guess it happened when his leg was whipped against the Philadelphia Eagles. And you know, he says he this is the whole thing. He always says is he spends over three hundred thousand dollars on his body in the off season. Of course, he can afford it because he got a whole bunch of loot to stay with the giants. But the key thing here is he's not going to play. So if you hadn't heard that news your fantasy player, he's your guy scratch that because it isn't happening and you're in the playoffs. He's not gonna help you obviously. They're in the meantime, some other quick notes from the NFL I mentioned Mike McCarthy that was one of the big stories heading into the week. Also, there's a couple of others as well. Mitch Trubisky starting against the Rams with his shoulder problems. He had that happened in week eleven in the fourth quarter. So he's going to be back. That's big news. And if you play him fantasy wise now, you're up to date there. Clearly as for the Philadelphia Eagles. They're trying to keep their playoff hopes alive. But they got some pretty tough teams to play. It starts with the Dallas Cowboys who are on a roll. And they've placed corner Jalen mills on injured. Reserve. He had a foot injury against Jacksonville in London in October. He hasn't played since. So this isn't completely a shocker, but they've got four games left. And he was part of that secondary. In fact, Phillies without three of their four original starting players for the secondary starting the season for the rest of the season. Because you've got Rodney McLeod, he's on the I R and Ronald Darby as well. Both of them are out that's been part of the blow to Philadelphia and what they've had to deal with in the NBA. There are slew of interesting games tonight. Six o'clock, the rockets and the Mavericks, the Mavericks, our ten and two at home, and they're hosting the rockets a true test for them Houston favored by three. So you look out for James harden. And what he can deliver. That's the guy that got to stop at seven o'clock kings in the Pacers. And as we go down the list, Lakers and the grizzlies will be juicy one tipping at eight o'clock. Lebron James coming off of performance for him in a loss to San Antonio trying to bounce back in Memphis may be one of the better games on the board is the heat and the clippers at home at the staple center. Clips are nine and one. They're favored by nine in this game Tobias Harris the leading score twenty one points. A game is what he's averaging. But I think this game could be interesting despite that line, so it's fun to go to the staple center. Anyway, if you're. If you're there to see either the Lakers or the clippers, by the way. Right. It seems like we just started doesn't it with NBA? But we have it looking at how many games we are into the season. And we're starting to see some certain certainly some trends emerge, and with some of the trades that have happened. We're seeing an improvement like Jimmy Butler. Even though there's talk that Joel Embiid is not happy in Philly with his role since Jimmy Butler traded there. But hey, they can real off ten wins. They've been ten to since Butler arrived and for the fans in Philadelphia. That's what's exciting. And that's what Philly needed they needed. Some other punch if they keep all that under wraps, and it doesn't get out of control. They can have a good thing. Going on in Philadelphia. When we come back and take a look at the bowl, games course. The big four teams that are left. Everybody's interested. I'll give you some updates on the line, and where that falls and also the news that will Greer is going to skip the bowl game to prepare for the draft. Is this a trend? We're going to start to see more of and is it a big rip off for the people who have followed him in his football career at West Virginia k lady NBC, sports radio NBC, sports radio dot com..

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10:27 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

"So week fourteen in the NFL, we're going to bounce back there in a second and look at the intriguing games of the week fourteen and a quick wrap of last week. And what put us where we are. But bouncing ahead to college football for quick second here. And of course, getting you up to date on that army navy game not much scorn going on halfway point. Army put up a touchdown in the first quarter. And that was it so seven nothing that's the game. We're seeing in Philly. That's unfolding. It's just not much happening there. Right. So. And of course, the over under. It's always the under. When you ask yourself when you look at these teams, always the under at least in the past twelve games when the two have met, I'm curious to see what's going to come of the half time coaching conversations when they emerged from the locker room, and we'll see if the midshipmen can get something going on her army just pours it on a little bit more than that. But it is an interesting day one hundred nineteen times the two teams have met. Let's put it this way. Will Greer was another big quick story here? The fact that he's not gonna play for west Virginia's a quarterback. They went from six and a half point favorites against Sarah Hughes to two and a half after the news, some places one and a half. So watch that line is that kind of moves Oklahoma's quarterback Tyler Murray the Heisman betting hopeful as to what has been rolled. Although he's been rolling all season long. I think the order is definitely Cuyler to and Dwayne Haskins after that. But who takes home the big juicy hardware, which would be the Heisman Trophy huge honors for whoever gets the chance to do it. It's always actually fun to watch. You know, they've done this for eighty four years. And it's the first time that all three top vote-getters are quarterbacks usually get that running back thrown in there. But all quarterbacks how about that. I think that's pretty interesting. I was looking back at the long list of Heisman winners, I'm thinking where are they? Now. Boj Jackson Bono's, everything invoke can do everything. Remember that nineteen eighty five gets the Heisman Trophy. I really liked. Bo Jackson when I got into sports one of the coolest moments for me was getting a chance to interview though, and talk to them about all the different sports that he was involved in. And he was kind of a wicked dry sense of humor. Let's put it that way. And OSU the fact that Ohio State made huge news not just in the beginning of the season and not because urban Meyer was suspended for three games because of that Zac Smith debacle. But instead it's because urban Meyer who makes the news again is stepping away from the team. Here's what he said about leaving Buckeye nation. I'm sure it will have it really thought that through that was a disappointing time. Obviously, I think today, and this is about to celebrate at a new football coach, this is about a very strong program at a group of players went back to back championships. So, you know, the legacy is really can control so much, and I can lie to you and say that's not important to me. That's really any human being that's important to people will have their opinions and just do the best to do things the right way. All right. Of course Meyer talking about his legacy. And so for the second time in eight years, he's quit coaching. He says his body. Can't take the stress that he applied to it. He's going to be there for the Rose Bowl. But then he's out after Washington and Ohio State tangle in the Rose Bowl. He says he is done Ryan day takes over the reins of the team. What is that like two and a hurt a team like the buckeyes as the head coach every coach whoever put a whistle around their neck strives to be the head coach at the Ohio State University. I fully understand the challenges that await for me and being on the same. Paul Brown, haze. Earl Bruce, John Cooper, Jim tressel in urban Meyer. It's extremely humbling. But I'm prepared and ready for the task. All right, prepared and ready. So he is the guy week fourteen in the NFL. We can't talk enough about this because things are winding down my friends. We have a handful of games left four games to be exact. But I've talked a lot about it. And be mentioned again. Philly at Dallas is huge four twenty five eastern it kicks. What is the eagle? What are the eagles? Gonna do. The eagles wide receiving corps against the Cowboys secondary. That's going to be something to watch for sure. The passing game has been up and down all season long. There's no question about that. Doug Peterson the head coach who won last year for Philadelphia their first Super Bowl ever. Feels like the offense is starting to figure things out better late than never with the back to back wins over think way inferior teams, but you know, get golden Tate got involved. I don't know if he's involved he had seven catches for. For eighty five yards. And if he's officiant who knows it seems unlikely, but it's not impossible. This'll be a great game against these two teams the Cowboys if they can run the football, which they do with Ezekiel Elliott who is second in the NFL in rushing yards and yards from scrimmage. So even if they have a nine or an eight man front go up against they've done that before he's gonna get plenty of touches, no doubt about that. And then of course, Amari Cooper, I think we'll get his to the wide receiver. But I think this game is going to be a close game another game. That's a fun game to to look at is the Indianapolis at Houston game. And why do I look at that? Well, here's the thing. The colts trying to stay in playoff contention. That's what they're trying to do right now. So this is a team that has a long history of being in the playoffs. Now, they're trying to get. Into a position where they can be in the playoffs. So Andrew luck needs time to operate in the pocket if he gets that that may help because you look at JJ watt and JV and cloudy and what they can do their to man wrecking crew. A he if he can make some big plays in that passing game against the Texans. Then maybe the colts finished, much, more, balanced and win this. It's either close game, but Houston has momentum. They've got the home crowd colts have a couple of injuries that are nasty that they've got to deal with the Texans will pressure luck as much pressure as they can put on him. And how does that secondary hold up? If the secondary holds up it makes a very very big big big big big difference. Without a doubt another team to watch teams to watch is Minnesota at Seattle. You look at the Vikings and Kurt cousins. And. The passing offense if they get that passing offense working, and they can and they have but it's cooled off a bit. If they get that connection going the Vikings may sneak out with that victory. They so desperately seek if they don't especially because of where they are this season when you look at the Seahawks. It's going to be all about, hey, how do they handle Stefan? Digs feeling how do they handle Adam Zealand? What do they do there? And are they going to give up a big plays or not like they have before? Seattle secondary. What happens there is very very big the Seahawks half to keep Russell Wilson protected. He is one of the cleanest best passers when he is protected. If he's not forget about it. So the Vikings have has have a solid defense. But can they make enough big plays to force turnovers sack or whatever to knock out the Seahawks team momentum that they have. And then of course, it's in Seattle that makes it a little bit of a difference to their and to me the the best game. And I've said this now a couple of times is the Sunday night game eight twenty a kicks eastern, and you look at that game and look at the factors there Khalil Mack. Who's been incredible for the bears MAC? Getting him as a toss off from Oakland. I think was so incredibly rewarding to the bears and will continue to pay off for them. But has paid off are ready. The when you look at these two teams and you look at the bears they have to they have to hold the Rams offense down as much as they can in the red zone. Right. If you get to a shootout, if you get any kind of a shootout, I think it's dangerous because Jared Goff will be incredibly dangerous, and we don't know if Mitch Trubisky is going to be in there or not if you're talking about what they do when they get inside the twenty not even at sixty percent. So if the bears can limit that field position, and the Rams are stuck and they're not getting their that'll make a big difference. But that Rams offense is incredible. If you get Todd Gurley going, and you and Jared Goff. Wow. It's the results are could be staggering. I can't imagine that the bears defense doesn't limit them though. But this game may end up being the best game on the map for the week that Sunday night game. And there's so many other elements to it without question. Are we come back at a dive back into the army navy game? And some other odds and ends as we shake the sports tree, gay Delaney, NBC sports radio NBC, sports.

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04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

"The training camp almost because it's you know, Mike Mike's not here. So there's new voices. Everybody's kind of realizing that we're all under the microscope even more. And who knows what the changes are going to be the season. So the feeling that more is are on all of us. You know, whether it's Mark O'Brien or scouts. Yeah. There you go that's honesty, and it would feel like that. Because he's not there. And he's been there for ever and Mike McCarthy, did I think a pretty classy thing thirteen years with the Green Bay Packers. That's a long time. It was kind of an uncertain Ramona's end to him like, boom. Okay. You're gone. But he did do a really high five move. And what is that? He took out a full page ad after he was fired. And what he said in the in the ad was impressive. He did it in a bunch of different. Wisconsin papers, the Milwaukee journal sentinel Green Bay press gazette, and it's kind of like a little bit of a farewell. I guess and he said a Tuesday night. I walked onto the field at Lambeau for the last time with my friend and legendary equipment guys read Batty and T-Bone back in by reminded read of our conversations in two thousand six when he told me that the pride was in the bricks. Lambeau Field more than ever. I know the pride is in the people. He said, it's hard to articulate the impact. This job has had on me and my family from the beginning. Green Bay has welcomed me with open arms. I met my beautiful wife. Jessica here raised our family of five kids will always call Green Bay home. Thank you for the immense outpouring of love, our family received this week and throughout our time here, this speaks to the quality of folks in the state of Wisconsin, coach Lombardi said it best Green Bay is all about faith, family and football. The Green Bay Packers are a tremendous organization, and I will always be proud of my time with the team especial, thanks to Bob Harlan. Ted Thompson who entrusted me in two thousand six with an incredible opportunity to beat the fourteenth Packers. Head coach Titletown is the greatest football town in America, representing this team is a privilege that I never once took for granted. And then he went through and thanked all the players and talked about that and their success. And I thought it was and he said, you know, at the end just sincere. Fairly Mike McCarthy. And Bravo, he had a lot to say in the ad, but Bravo to Mike McCarthy for taking up the full page ad in kind of given a. Farewell to all the people who helped him along the way 'cause that's a long tenure in the in the NFL. And after the Packers made the decision some were surprised by how quickly to fire McCarthy on Sunday. The theory started to fly around about why was this? Why was this happening? Clearly was that the record was it something else. What you know? Why why? Now and. You know, the if you look at Rogers because that's the relationship. Right. Aaron Rogers and his relationship with Mike McCarthy the theory was that what was there was tension between the two of them? And would that have had something to do with it? And you know, Rogers right away wanted to say something about it. And he said every time that we talked whether it's Monday afternoon, the office or Thursdays, we spent the team the time in the team room or wherever we were we'd hug each other. Tell each other we love each other. I mean, we had a close knit relationship. So I'm not responding to all these opinions that are out there. I just it just opens a whole door of stuff. I don't want to be part of. And I kind of think that I'm sure he didn't. I can't imagine Aaron Rodgers saying, oh, he's gotta go. This is it. We gotta go this. It's just sometimes runs its course. And in this case, I think it definitely ran. It's course, so the Packers are going to be playing their first game in thirteen years without Mike McCarthy on Sunday when they host the falcons at Lambeau Field that. That's going to be big and certainly different. And that's why Aaron Rogers says it has the feel of being in training camp. We're getting closer to the halfway point of the army navy game. And so far army still just as protecting that one touchdown lead seven nothing nine minutes to go, and they will be in the locker room, we'll be halfway through this. So if you took the under in this game congratulate yourself because that was smart to do, and it has been the under many many times in a row, and it's looking like it's going to be that kind of a day. We're bouncing at them. We're coming back with the little NBA, Kate Delaney, NBC, sports radio NBC, sports radio dot.

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"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on WEEI

"Seatbelt Delaney show. Are on some hardware tonight. Somebody walks away with that precious cargo called the Heisman Trophy. In college football who is gonna be. Is it going to be the star from Oklahoma Cuyler Murray who was the odds on favorite now? Or is it going to be to a from Alabama? Whose name I can pronounce sometimes name I cannot pronounce other times Tagliabue's voter anyway. And then there's the story of. Oh, yeah. There is one other quarterback in the mix for this. But Dwayne Haskins to me for Ohio State. I don't think is is really the is really in the mix. I I believe he had an incredible year. And if you're listening to be in Ohio, listen, nobody loves Ohio more than me. I went to school in Ohio but him hosting that trophy. I don't think so not with those other two, and it is close, however, very very very close all three had amazing seasons. But I'm gonna say. I'm going to say that my money is on the Oklahoma quarter back to do it Cuyler Murray. He had the stats. He had this week run at the end of this and the value to his team compared to how loaded the other teams were especially Alabama. That's why I think he edges him out narrowly either way, it's a big exciting moment for all of the people invited when it comes to the Heisman Trophy, whether they win it or not, you know, it's nice just to be nominated. But it really is. Although we remember the runners up for Heisman that would be great challenge without looking it up. How many can you name I can name a handful, and I've been doing this for twenty years, but I could go all the way back without cheating now. Now, I'm going to be honest. I couldn't army feeding navy. But not by a lot seven nothing ten minutes and change, and they'll be at the halfway point of that game. Their trading would have could have should us when we're getting close, but being stopped. So defense has been the name of the game. So far in this game. The college football bowl season kicks off pretty soon. Here. Can you believe it as we get deeper into December? And there was a big announcement that will Greer would not be quarterbacking his West Virginia mountaineer team he's not gonna play in the Camping World bowl. So the line that was right there for the mountaineers favoring them by just under a touchdown six and a half points went to one and a half points. So the college football odds, of course, we'll move in keeping up with all of the games the forty plus games will forty games, but. That one is a huge jump since. He decided that he wasn't gonna play. And of course, that's with the type of atmosphere. We have now were your you wanna go. Hi, you want it bounce into the pros and be able to get the get a high draft high draft pick not risking maybe injury. Not risking being there at the end having something happened. Although it seems like he would want to finish it out. And then of course, it all leads up to our four teams at the end, which I can't wait for this. It's at the Orange Bowl, Alabama and Oklahoma Cotton Bowl. It is Clemson and Notre Dame boy, Clemson and Notre Dame Clemson favored by over eleven points. Just over eleven points and Alabama and Oklahoma Bama favored by fourteen plus to just a little over fourteen. Doesn't that make it interesting? And I think the Sugar Bowl, by the way, which doesn't have implications for national title is a pretty good one to Georgia and Texas Georgia favored by eleven plus point seven and a half points. But that game has the ear markings of being something really worth watching. I think it's going to be a great game. So eleven points that line keeps moving to the half and the not and the same thing with Alabama. And Clemson, I think you're gonna see that line move a little bit too as well. Like, I said the army navy game is the thing we have our eye on today. But that's not the only thing diving in a little bit deeper to the NFL week fourteen in the NFL and one of the intriguing games intriguing because Mike McCarthy was fired. They didn't wait until the end of the season to dump Mike McCarthy the Packers didn't it's been a rough terrible season for the Packers. And they get ready to host the foul. Cans at their four seven and one record. They're going nowhere fast. So of course, Aaron Rodgers was asked what was the week like for him? There's a little feel of of.

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"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"But I guess you have to always say, you have to be the change you want to see. So maybe that the direction we're going. But yeah, I just on. Honored to be among all these native women and all these native candidates that are running for office. South Dakota has been a state for a hundred and twenty nine years and never has there been this many native candidates on the ballot. There are ten that we know of in South Dakota. So every reservation, there's nine and South Dakota we go to every one of them can vote for at least one the pine ridge reservation wine from their five on the ballot that they can vote for on the state level. And everywhere else has at least two. It's a huge change that's coming about. That's awesome. If people want to support your campaign, how can they do that? I do have an act brew account. Alexander Frederick for secretary of state. I am online. I have a website read Drik for South Dakota, all spelled out dot com. And I'm on Facebook, Alexandra, Frederick for South Dakota, secretary of state three, we'll we'll put a link for your website up on our website as well. And people should check out your Facebook page because that's where all those excellent videos are. I know and I got, I got tagged as not a real person on Facebook, so I can't boost any of my pole. Russian stuff. So it's it's totally grassroots, total organic, how this the word is spreading. So yeah, I fought with them for months now and I just can't. I can't get him to boost the post and recognize me as a real person. Well, everyone who's listening to this should go on your Facebook page. I'm doing it right now. Everybody else do it too. I love your videos because they're just they're so attentive. And you know, I really loved being able to look back at you in a rodeo, and you had video just I think just this past weekend where you were you were canning and preserving foods and I, it was. It's just great that that you're so real and authentic. Yeah. Hopefully, you know, people see that and I'm, I'm not putting on a show. This is how I live, and I just want to work hard for my state and my people and hopefully I can do that. Come November. We'll find out. Well, Sandra, thank you so much for talking to us. This is it's really fantastic. It's been so inspirational. We've spoken to cherise, David's and we're going to be speaking to a couple of other native women coming up and it's just it's so exciting this year, and it's so exciting to to have people like you running in South Dakota and just putting it all out there and say, I'm gonna, you know, just travel everywhere, and we love it. Heavier on this is Kelly with too broad stalking politics. I'm here in this segment with Erin Healy who is running for the South Dakota house of representatives in district. Fourteen. Hi Erin. Hi Kelly. Thanks for joining me. Yeah, thanks for having me a always fun to talk to people about politics and you know really get a grasp on what's going on in different parts of the nation. Yeah. So can you start with what we usually ask? Our first question which is just, you know, tell me a little bit about yourself and why you decided to run for the state house of representatives. Yeah. Well, I have been involved in politics for quite some time in one form or another..

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"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Usual. I am one of your hosts so feet, and I'm here with other co host Kelly, hey, Kelly, everybody and joining us tonight for our South Dakota episode is Alex, Andrea Frederick. She's a democrat running for secretary of state in South Dakota. Welcome. I'll Exantia there. Thank you. Thanks for joining us. Can you sort of start us off by telling us a little about yourself and how you came to be running for secretary of state? My name of our vendor Frederick. I'm a lifelong South Dakota. I'm a Oglala Lakota tribal member, and I decided kind of on a whim, but my whole life kinda let up to agreeing to run for secretary state at the democratic convention in June. And the first native woman to be nominated for this position in what is it about the the secretary of state position that's especially appealing to you? You know, how does it sort of match up with your your goals running for office? I think mostly the secretary state here in South Dakota. Handles a lot of the voting and the regulations, everything. What was most important to me was bringing people into the process. There's not a lot of voter turnout and then after the sixteen election, voter turn out with way down. So I wanna bring people in because state is growing as far as population and diversity. So I want everybody to be represented. I heard you talking on a another interview about some of the challenges that especially the populations that are on reservations face with voting. Can you talk some about that voting on the reservation? I know they don't look to us, I guess, has contributing towards the state election, the reservations exist as their own sovereign government. But we're, we still vote in state elections on my reservation, for example, and pine ridge, there have been times where polling places were closed early where voters returned away. We're finding this year that a lot of voter had been purged from the last election, specifically tribal members and also voting location on my sister, and I both went to vote. We lived in the same house and I voted in one precinct and they couldn't find her while she was fifteen miles away in another. Town on their role as she had to go to the other town to vote. So I and it hasn't changed because my mom in that other precinct and it it makes no sense. So it's kind of frustrating, and I think it was meant to turn away native voters, honestly. So you are rancher. I am can user TOA sa- little bit about that and and sort of what that's like living on a ranch. I've, I've never been to a ranch, so I'm interested to hear. Okay. My husband and I, we own operate the oldest ranch in Todd county, South Dakota, stab list with his six. Great grandfather, I believe, and it was started same time the reservation, but reservation was started and it stayed within the family since then. And so he's his family has been here since nineteen four in the same spot. I always wanted to be ranch. Grew up with Calvin grow with horses, and we'd always been involved in that sort of lifestyle..

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"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"And seems to be fairly fairly positive and not very trolled up yet. I think part of that, I think we'd to who south combs tend to be, but I think our communications director, Aaron is doing a great job with it into as as you're communicating with people around the state Democrats, and maybe people who are you know, independent, but, but trying to decide this year, what are some of the issues that people are really concerned with what are, what are the kinds of things they're going to be basing their decisions on this year. So in South Dakota, we really try to focus on. We talk a lot about South Dakota values, which are honest tea and integrity. Beyond that when we have to talk about issues, we like folks on education, health care. I think that what something is kind of rare to South Dakota is corruption and transparency and South Dakota state government for a long time now been struggling with being transparent to voters, and we've had a couple of corruption scandals over the last few years where we've seen. And you know multiple millions of dollars disappear and just trying to explain that to voters. So they have a better grasp on what's happening. But beyond that, we're looking to expand Medicaid in the state. That's a big conversation. It would give health care to over fifty thousand people in the state of South Dakota and fifty thousand people south Dakota's. A lot of people don't even have a million folks in the state, so that would make a big difference. And then beyond that, we're really pushing education few years ago, we were able to increase the teacher, pay the state. It took us from dead last two now like fourth last in the country, but that's big for us. And then beyond that, we're also looking to stress. I'm a pre k education program to say, we're one of only a couple of states in the country that doesn't offer any assistance for pre-k Shen. I think we all know that better education up change. You have in the early start learning the better you're going to be off in the future. And speaking of transparency in government. I know that South Dakota has a lot of issues on the ballot coming in November and a lot of them seem to have to do with with democracy and elections. And I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about those. Yes. So one of the bigger ones is amendment w which O'Connor curtail campaign finance spending a little bit and what lobbyists are able to do. You know, it's great that south coast very open, you have great opportunity reach out here, legislators, but sometimes you might have a little bit a little too much and lobbyists really tend to kind of take advantage of legislators in that sense. And sometimes the people as well. We had a measure that pass back in point sixteen called IM twenty two that really restricted what lobbyists could do and what you could spend regarding campaign finance and the state legislature that was the first thing they did when they got back in session twenty seventeen was overturned, I'm twenty two and. Really pissed off the voters, and they came back with another measure to kind of to bring it back. And I think we're gonna see a pass in November. Excellent. And let's talk about some of the the candidates on the ballot to a specially think Billy Sutton who's running for governors seems to be really interesting, and there was a recent poll that actually showed him ahead, which is really amazing. And so the Billy Sutton in, was he in the state house prior to this. He's been in the state legislature for last eight years in the state Senate. Okay. And he's running against Christie Nome. Who is the US congress rap in South Dakota. So can you talk about that that race and in about Billy specifically? Yeah. So I don't think you'd ask for better candidate than Billy sudden he's got a phenomenal experience serving last eight years in the state Senate being the Senate minority leader for the last four truly understand South Dakota. He's got a true unique story that I don't think most candidates have about little over ten years ago. He was a professional rodeo ride Ryder saddlebronc one of the top in the country, and he was riding in a rodeo and my not South Dakota and the horse. He was riding bucks on them in the shoot at pinned him against the backboard where there was missing patting and instantly paralyzed from the waist down and that truly changes..

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"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

"Very good description thank you for your time today jim i really appreciate it and i look forward to as you said connecting further with you and with other producers around south dakota one last question does the does the planner go outside of south dakota do you see it being utilized by producers outside of south dakota you know i'm sure to limited extent and i i know there's other groups and states that are looking at it as kind of pattern if you will for for something they may be able to do and other states and that's great we take pride and setting the pace for new ideas and accomplishments and and it's not just about so the coda so if we can if we can be helpful in the whole northern great plains or the whole united states but just makes our role much more interesting and worthwhile so yup and if anybody wants to get in touch with the south photographs land coalition links to how to do that we'll be at working cows dot net slash sixteen go to working cows dot net slash sixteen and you can find the south dakota grassland coalition there and look at some of the resources that they are producing and if you're in a state that you are in a place of influence where you want to see something like this happen i can probably say with a great deal of confidence that the south dakota grassland coalition would be happy to help see that happen in your state as well give you some of the ideas that they have or roadblocks help you navigate some of the roadblocks that they've already been through and if i could add clay we've peaked anybody's interests within their without the coda and what this planner amounts to let it's like feel free to contact of and reach out any of the directors or any of our executives employees and we'd be more than glad to send one to you and you can find that.

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"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

"This episode is brought to you in part by command france applied check out their website at can make wrench supply dot com this episode is also brought to you by chris williams audio dot com head on over to chris williams audio dot com for all your audio production needs howdy everybody pretty excited about today's episode this episode with jim fall stick from the south dakota grassland coalition jim is the director of the grassland coalition and a producer from high more south dakota we're going to talk today about the south dakota grassland coalitions grassland planner an excellent resource that they put out every year it looks a lot like a calendar but they're so much more going on to that so we're going to dive into this conversation with jim fall stick from highmore south dakota director of the south dakota grassland coalition jim thanks for joining me today on the working cows podcast i'd like to give you an opportunity to introduce yourself just a little bit to the people out there listening if you just kind of tell us about yourself and your involvement in the the beef industry the ranching industry thank you clay i'm from more south dakota we have a a family operation my wife got her son in law their family we have one employee that helps us as well but quite diverse operation cow calf is our mainstay but we do have a number enterprises are involved in we we think diversity is really important and whether it's in our grass lands or enterprises or or farming practices we think that's all important so like i said cal calf is our mainstay but we also cuss them grays yearlings in the summertime if we have grass last year we chose not to do that and that's one of the nice things about the yearling side of things is the flexibility of we don't have to do it so that's been really nice i've.

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"dakota" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So yeah we're nervous and and absolutely have every right to be they may have a right to be nervous but remember north dakota's help put president trump in office north dakota is trump country big time he more than doubled hillary clinton's vote total here lucas lang works on a family farm and sterling north dakota hall town itself there's probably fifty and the township despite the drama surrounding president trump lang really likes the president how he comes right out and says what he thinks with him there's that always that that little bit of unknown that did delegate point across it'll appeal to those of us in the midwest at aren't the the quote unquote elites on the coast and lang likes the president's promises to rewrite the rules of trade to help people in this part of the country i i'd call it a maybe protectionist approach i think we need to take care of of our citizens i get them good jobs good manufacturing jobs and nam as got them good manufacturing jobs can afford to buy our beef are malik our port you know that said would you why would you be willing to decrease exports to make that happen um yeah yeah i mean i think it's a it's very complex portraits lot moving pieces i mean we have to get our economy moving we have to cut regulations gator manufacturing hiring good american labor just you know ten of take care of our citizens i a patriotic stance perhaps but cutting exports would certainly hurt lang's farm.

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