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AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:53 a.m. EDT
"BP sports. Coaches on the move in college basketball. Rick Pitino is headed back to the Big Apple. Patina will leave his coaching job at iona to take over at St. John's getting a 6 year deal, bettina was guided 5 different schools to the NCAA tournament. And former Notre-Dame coach Mike bray, who recently stepped down, takes over at South Florida. And the NBA, Philadelphia, honored its 1983 NBA championship sixers team. It was the Chicago Bulls doing the celebrating one O 9 one O 5 over the sixers in double overtime and New York got 57 points from Julius Randle, not enough though, has been a soda topped the Knicks one 40 to one 34. In the NHL, Dylan Ferguson, 48 saves for Ottawa and the Sens defeat Pittsburgh two to one. Women's NCAA tournament, another number one drops as top seed Indiana got beat by 9th seed Miami. Japan over Mexico 6 to 5 of the world baseball classic that sends them at the tonight's championship game against defending champ the United States. AP sports
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:21 a.m. EDT
"Leapy sports. I'm sure freedom coaches on the move in college basketball, Rick Pitino has headed back to the Big Apple, patina will leave his coaching job at iona to take over at St. John's getting his 6 year deal. Former Notre-Dame coach Mike bray, who recently resigned, takes over at South Florida. In the NBA, Philadelphia celebrated its 40th anniversary of the 1983 NBA title, but it was all Chicago Bulls in the second overtime. The bulls went at one O 9 one O 5 or the sixers. Bull centered Nikola vucevic says the team showed a lot of fight for a big win. This year, no matter what was going on, we always kept coming back and fighting back. We had light up and downs, let it tough bosses, a lot of things were we could have just kind of quit and gave up. But we keep battling, obviously, there's still a lot to play. Memphis rallied late to beat Dallas one 12 to one O 8. It was the New York Knicks getting 57 points from Julius Randle, not enough, though, has Minnesota topped the Knicks one 40 to one 34. We gave him confidence in a team like that that can really score the ball. He gave them confidence early. They're going to stick around. Utah beats Sacramento, Memphis over Dallas as the gris rallied late. Charlotte over Indiana and Golden State snapped an 11 game road losing streak in downing Houston. NHL, Florida defeated Detroit 5 to two Alexander barkov set the Florida franchise record for most career points. Dylan Ferguson had himself a game in the nets for the sins as Ottawa defeated Pittsburgh two to one Ferguson had 48 saves. It's still sinking in to be honest. My big focus tonight was just go out there and be me. Don't try to be anyone I'm not. And just stay in the moment. Colorado shout out to Chicago 5 nothing. It was Los Angeles blowing out Calgary and it was Edmonton defeating San Jose in overtime. Women's NCAA tournament another number one drops as Indiana got beat by 19 Miami. World baseball classic Japan over Mexico 6 to 5, Japan faces defending champion United States in tonight's championship round. Shek Freeman, AP sports
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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, Paris' iconic cathedral prepares to re-open, and ancient runes reveal the Norse god Odin's deep history.
"On this week's AP religion roundup, Paris's iconic cathedral prepares to reopen, and ancient runes revealed a Norse God Odin's deep history. French officials say the reconstruction of Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris is going fast enough to allow its reopening to visitors and faithful at the end of 2024. That's less than 6 years after a fire ravaged its roof. France's culture minister rima Abdul Malik says that they still have work to do after the visitors return. Reopening to the public in December 2024, it doesn't mean that all the renovation will be over. There will still be some renovation works going on in 2020 5, but the cathedral will be open to the public. Authorities have made the choice to rebuild the 12th century masterpiece of gothic architecture, the way it was before. That includes recreating a more recent 315 foot spire. The army general in charge of the colossal reconstruction said the iconic spire will gradually start reappearing above the monument this year. He also says that the reopening means that Notre-Dame's archbishop will restart services at the cathedral. Every day, about a thousand workers endeavored to restore everything from the stonework to the stained glass to bring back Notre-Dame. Scientists have identified the oldest known reference to the Norse God Odin on a gold disk unearthed in western Denmark in 2020, a pendant with the inscription reading he is Odin's man, was in one of the largest troves of gold treasure ever found in Denmark. It's one of the best executed runen descriptions led I have ever seen. Lisbeth Emer is a runologist with the national museum in Copenhagen. She says the runes are evidence that Odin was worshiped as early as the 5th century. At least 150 years earlier than previously thought. We have had some indications that he might have been in the conscience of people earlier, but this is the first solid evidence. Experts think the cash was buried 15th centuries ago to either hide it from enemies, or as a tribute to appease the gods. I'm Walter ratliff
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The University of Notre Dame Has Gone FULL Woke
"There's a Catholic university I just read during the break, saint Mary's university and Notre-Dame. Which has denied TPUSA a chapter on campus, turning point USA. Because they have said that there were only two sexes. So that is now considered un Catholic by a Catholic university. When I read that something as Christian Jewish or Catholic, I have no idea what it stands for anymore. Does it actually stand for Christianity Catholicism? Judaism, like the National Council of Jewish women, the only thing Jewish about them is that it's composed of Jews. But in terms of values, it might as well be the ACLU. Or the southern poverty law center or some other left wing organization.
AP News Radio
No. 7 Virginia slips past Irish 57-55 with Clark's late FTs
"K 8 Clark said a school record while helping 7th ranked Virginia earn a 57 55 triumph over Notre-Dame. Clark scored 15 points, including a pair of crucial free throws with 22.6 seconds remaining. He also became the Cavaliers all time assist leader. It means a lot. You know, just I think being a point guard, I think a sister or something that has to do with, you know, being with that position. But it's a team award, you know, the guys make a lot of shots and I give the credit to them. I'm on Franklin had 12 points for the wahoos, who took over first place in the ACC. I'm Dave ferry.
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Charles Kimbrough, anchor Jim Dial on 'Murphy Brown,' dies at 86
"Actor Charles kimbrough from the TV comedy Murphy Brown has died at the age of 86. His son confirms kimbrough's death outside Los Angeles on January 11th. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career. Good evening and welcome to FYI. Charles kimbrough was nominated for a Tony in 1971 for his role in the musical company, and he voiced a gargoyle in the Disney version of the hunchback of Notre-Dame, but his most famous role is anchor Jim dial in Murphy Brown. Kimbrough told reporters in 1996, he knew that's what he'd be known for. Which
Airplane Geeks Podcast
"dame" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Record some audio, 51, I recorded some audio as well, but it was 52 episode 52 way back in June 2009 when you first heard this. And now with aviation news from the only country that can call itself a continent, we are Steve Fisher with the Australia news desk. Dateline Melbourne, June 14th, 2009. Can I focus on Steve? Fisher at the Australia desk and with me is great. Get great. Hey, Steve, how are you doing, mate? We're very good here and we've survived another weekend and we've got a number of stories here this week that we found interesting. So let's get stuck into it. Sounds good to me. Good, lord granted, you hear that terrible editing. I must have been using something quite a lot audacity back then. Are you very probably were, but you know, that was back when we were thinner, had more hair, you know, all that kind of stuff. It's definitely thinner. A lot younger too. Mate. Get off my lawn, I'll hit you with my white stick and set my dog on you. And as of course, you heard in that intro, it was originally just my name that Courtney Miller actually, one of the original that will affect the original host of this show, but put on there. And I actually emailed him straight after and said, actually, man, this fellow grant, we are going to start doing this together if he could just include his name. And that's where the intro that you hear every time makes plays this segment in. That's where that comes from. So it goes back a lot of years now. Oh, very, very. But, you know, it's been a lot of years. It's been probably 280 to 300 Oz desk episodes. We'll know for sure once I finish loading all the episodes onto Australia desk dot net. We've got something like 250 already loaded, guys. Plus a few pries and a few specials. Australia desktop net. Go check it out if you want to do a walk back in time and hear how warped we were, but in all that time mate, I've had to say what I'm about to say now very few times. Ah, that must bring us to our first article on bonza. Yeah, what can I say but last episode? Last dos death segment, last week I was, I was raw. Come on buddy, you can sign. I may or may not have been 100% correct. And that of course pertains to the clip from the travel agent that we played in last week. Shy away. She was talking about travel agents being cut out in Sydney, of course, out of the bonza network or grabbing about the fact that bonds are out flying in there. And I had mentioned of course that bonds aren't using travel agents, but it actually turns out that they are, it's just that the travel agency in Sydney are unhappy because that airline, as I mentioned, is not going in there. I know. And like instead of correcting you, I got even further up on my soapbox from which I parachute it off, but I was incorrect. Yeah, I was rush. Okay, so I shouldn't have said that bonds weren't using travel agents. They are using travel agents. They sorted all that out back and I think it was on October last year. My bad. Terribly sorry, Canada on less than two hands. Okay, now we don't want to sound like fanboys for bonds because we have covered them quite extensively the last couple of weeks. But grant just briefly, they have announced their first flight. Yeah, that's right, buddy. And they are actually going to be flying from the sunshine coast up to the whitsundays. So that's their first flight that they're launching. And that's going from just north of Brisbane and Queensland to even further north in Queensland. But that's not unexpected because Queensland, you know, there's a lot of kilometers or miles or even furlongs depending on which country you're in between the sunshine coast airport and I invite you guys to pull out Google Maps and look for sunshine coast and also look for cross opine. It is a lot of the world. It is a beautiful part of the title. I'm looking forward to the Melbourne to process the pine flights. I want to go up there. Now grant, while we're talking about that part of the world, there's been some military news, not just skip over that quickly before we go to something that's actually been making news this week. Well, I was hoping the military would avoid going to that other topic, but on the military front, yes, Australian troops are deploying to the UK to train Ukraine forces. Pretty cool. Okay, fine. Yep. We've finally signed on the dotted line to say that we're getting 40 UH 60 mics. UH 60 M's. We're going to get 40 of them for our helicopter crews. They're dumping the NH 90 taipan. And if you're wondering, and you're thinking back now, how you guys covered that last year? Well, last year, it was basically an expression of interest. The news this week in an official press release from defense is saying that that's now been firmed up and it will be going ahead. So that's good news. That's right. They've signed in blood on the dotted line and we're actually going to get those aircraft and yeah, we are joining many of the other countries that just aren't quite making the NH 90 work. Spears, access, and a number of other things. Whereas the kiwis, once again, just like with the sea Sprite, their NH 90s are working fine. Go figure, we'll move on. But getting back to the airlines, we don't know. No, no, no, that's it. We're running out of time. We've got to finish. No, no, no. There's been something else going on. Well, lots of other small samplings that, well, the media has been in an absolute frenzy about this week. And of course, we're talking about our Friends at the big flag carrier here Qantas. Well, they've had better weeks, media wise. Yeah, the flying roux, sorry guys, we're going back to Qantas. It's been a few episodes, but here we go, back with quotas. It all first started when a 737 flying Auckland to Sydney had to shut down an engine across the Pacific and it was a May Day initially. They of course lost altitude lost speed, but then they realized now we can make this turn from a mayday to a pen pan. And they were able to land in Sydney about 20 minutes late. Of course, there was the classic mainstream media fail of a photo of said 737 landing with its right hand engine, of course it was the left hand that had problems and had to be shut down, but the right hand engine throwing out the thrust reverses and the Herald sun. I know, right, the Herald scum is. It's also known. Posted a photo of the thrust reverses and action said, oh, look, broken engine. Hello, lamestream media, and I wonder we give you blow master awards multiple times every year. Yes, yes, yes. And we can look back at the history of the blow master award some other time if you like, but yes, we did cause that. But anyhow. Anyway, so yeah, we've had multiple incidents for Qantas this week where they've had to turn back. One on one the way to Fiji had a mechanical issue came back. Another one had an engine vibration issue going from Melbourne to Sydney, came back. And there was also a Boeing 7 one 7 that had a flaps problem and called problem at 10,000 feet, tried to fix it, couldn't fix it, came back and landed, so I suspect flat retraction wasn't either imbalanced or just wasn't happening. Obviously, the media sees on this this week, and of course they love to kick us. Whenever they can. Their chief executive for domestic Andrew Davis said mechanical issues were common across the complicated industry and it was important to look at these individual false in context.
AP News Radio
Buchner accounts for 5 TDs, Notre Dame wins Gator Bowl 45-38
"A 16 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tyler Buckner to receiver Mitchell Evans with one 38 left to play in the game, push Notre-Dame passed South Carolina 45 to 38 in the gator bowl. Buckner had a banner day throwing for 210 to four yards in three scores. Having this opportunity to go out there for one last time this season with people that I love at the end of this world and my teammates and I was just not legal opportunity. And I'm happy to come out with a win. Was it back and forth game of South Carolina? Tied it at 38 midway through the fourth quarter on a 100 yard interception return for a touchdown. Gamecock quarterback, which meant rattling through for 246 yards, two touchdowns, one interception, a South Carolina fell to eat in 5 to finish the year. I'm Mike Moriarty
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Paul Kengor Discusses Communist Antonio Gramsci
"I want to talk about before we get to your latest book. Will you explain why and it's the person even most educated conservatives have never heard of, which is shocking. Why is Antonio Graham street this crippled Italian communist, perhaps the most important thinker when it comes to modernizing Karl Marx's thinking? Yeah, in fact, my friend Sam Greg, who I quoted earlier calls gramsci the most influential socialist ever. And he was an Italian Marxist. So he was prior to the Frankfurt school. In fact, he wasn't part of the Frankfurt school. He was thrown in jail by Mussolini and Graham's prison notebooks are really kind of the seminal work on Marxism applied to culture. And by the way, Seb, the editor of the American of the Columbia University press published prison notebooks of gramsci, was a fellow by the name of Joseph Buttigieg. Joseph Buttigieg, who is the father of Pete and in fact, in fact Pete is acknowledged and thanked in the book by his father. Pete's father, Joe, who's a Notre-Dame. Did this at Notre-Dame was the founder of the Internet and president of the international Graham chief society. And when he died for more than a year, there was a eulogy in memoriam page on the opening URL of American socialists. So Pete Buttigieg's father is worshiped by the communists of America.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Pastor Robert Jeffress: Christmas Isn't Just for Christians
"A pastor Jeffers I was reading the beautiful op-ed you wrote for Fox News, Christmas isn't just for Christians. Why is that? You know, I had a high school student in Orlando who watches our TV program, email me and said, what should I say to my classmates who keep disparaging Christianity and talking about all the evil that's been done in the name of Christianity? And I wrote back to her and this is the basis for the op-ed. I said, you know, you ought to go ahead and mate. You have some horrible things that have been done in the name of Christ, but many more good things have been throughout history, done in the name of Christ. I mean, think about it. Great works of art like the Sistine Chapel, great works of architecture like Notre-Dame, the founding of great colleges like Harvard and Yale, the printing press, all of these things. Benevolent organizations like the Red Cross and Salvation army, all of these things were created by followers of that baby born 2000 years ago in a feeding trial. And I think that's one reason Todd. The angels said that the shepherds becoming a Christ is good news of great joy for all the people. The whole world has benefited from the coming of Christ 2000 years ago. And of course, the main reason he came was to give us what we needed most to forgiveness of sins and that gift is available to everybody, bad does Catholics, Muslims, atheists, Jews. It's not just for some people, it's a gift for all people to receive. You know,
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.
AP News Radio
Caleb Williams propels No. 5 USC past Notre Dame 38-27
"USC took a giant step closer to reaching the college football playoff with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams accounted for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 and one Trojans. I think we're as good as any team. And it doesn't. I'm not just talking about today, from spring ball to summer workouts, and things like that. I thought we were going to be a great team. Drew pine threw for 318 yards and three scores for the fighting Irish, who dropped to 8 and four. Mark Myers, Los Angeles
AP News Radio
Georgia is new CFP No. 1, followed by Ohio St, Michigan, TCU
"Georges went against Tennessee has put the bulldogs atop the CFP rankings Saturday's 27 13 win over the previously unbeaten valves moved Georgia up to spots and dropped Tennessee from first to 5th Ohio State remains number two one ahead of Big Ten rival Michigan The buckeyes and wolverines square off on November 26th TCU moved up three spots to four Number 6 Oregon is followed by LSU southern Cal Alabama and Clemson Clemson fell 6 spots with its lost to Notre-Dame The crimson tide lost to LSU I'm Dave ferry
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Notre Dame beats No. 5 Clemson 35-14 with punt block for TD
"Notre-Dame scored on a blocked punt and an interception return to beat a top 25 team for the second straight time 35 14 against 5th ranked Clemson Prince collie returned the block punt 17 yards for a touchdown that opened the scoring Benjamin Morrison picked off a pair of passes including a 96 yard return for a score I was praying he was throwing because the receiver got me off the line I knew I had to use my speed to catch up Once I was in the position I was I undercut it And there was the ball Logan digs rush for 114 yards on 17 carries and the Irish compiled 263 yards rushing I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Nets suspend Kyrie Irving for at least 5 games without pay
"The NBA's Brooklyn Nets have suspended Kyrie Irving for at least 5 games without pay over an offensive Twitter post I Norman hall The net suspended Kyrie Irving for what the club calls his repeated failure to unequivocally say he has no anti semitic beliefs dame also says Irving is currently unfit to be associated with the Brooklyn Nets the net said they made multiple attempts in recent days to help Irving understand the harm and danger of his words and actions but it was clear during the point guards interview after practice Thursday that little had changed Irving said that he meant no harm by posting a link to the documentary he brews to negroes wake up black America He said he can't be any semitic where he comes from On Norman hall
The Doug Collins Podcast
Football Coach Chan Gailey and Doug Discuss NIL and Transfer Portal
"An interesting parallel. You know, the preseason issue with the NFL. And now you have and you brought this up, the parody issue that you're looking at a little bit in college, whether it be a Kent State in Georgia, whether it be an Appalachian state, you know, basically beating most FBS teams that it played, you have the others that Georgia, Georgia, state Jordan southern. When Nebraska, I mean, you have all these games. Has the, I'm going to make a hypothesis here. I think this is a one of the iterations of NIL and transfer portal. Yeah. I agree totally. I mean, you take Marshall Marshall had 40 something new players on their roster this year counting freshmen and transfer players. And they go to Notre-Dame and beaten out of dying. They were able to gather some people, Notre-Dame had no idea what that other team had. They'd seen one game on tight. So they have some pretty good football players that they've been able to mass and other teams have that too. You don't know what anybody has early in the season and then you figure you don't even know what you have sometimes. And you're trying to figure it out. So, and there's a lot of, you know, the motivation factor is huge in college. Motivation and because going to play Texas a and M for Appalachian state, they want to prove that they could have played a Texas a and M, those kids do. Right. So they're going to apply lights out. Texas a and M is saying, you know, we got Mississippi next week. We got to worry about, well, yeah, we got to think about them a little bit, not worry about this little Appalachian state. And they've got good football players. There's a bunch of good football players out there.
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Marshall upsets No. 8 ND 26-21; Freeman to 0-3 for Irish
"Marshall pulled off one of the biggest surprises in recent college football history by winning an 8th ranked Notre-Dame 26 21 The unranked thundering herd was trailing 15 12 with just over 5 minutes remaining but grabbed the 1915 lead on a three yard touchdown pass to Devin Miller Marshall then clinched the win a minute later when Stephen Gilmour returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown leaving markets Freeman's fighting Irish Owen two to start the season We didn't execute I mean it comes down to execution We did not execute the way we obviously needed to to win this game Notre-Dame had won 42 straight games against unranked opponents coming into this one I'm Tom mariam
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The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton College football's defending champ sent a resounding message to one at all Third ranked Georgia delighted to sell out Atlanta crowd when it thumped number 11 Oregon 49 to three bulldogs coach Kirby smart said his guys delivered on a pregame promise The expectations I have is for orgasm to play at their best and our coaches to prepare at their best and I think that our guys really did that this game Stetson Bennett threw for 368 yards and accounted for three touchdowns Meanwhile in Columbus number two Ohio State prevailed over 5th rated Notre-Dame 28 ten Tom merriam has details The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite Baseball some tight races in early September Dylan cease came within one out of a no hitter in pitching the White Sox past Minnesota 13 to nothing combined with the guardians lost to Seattle Cleveland still leads the twins by one game and the pale hose by two in the AL central In the east the Yankees advantage over Tampa Bay shrank to four games when the rays defeated The Bronx bombers two one Corey Kluber delivered 7 shutout innings which earned a bouquet from his skipper Kevin cash He's just had a lot of success against the Yankee lineup They know him he played there last year They know how he attacks guys but when he's executing like that it's really tough Over in the national league the mets eastern division lead on Atlanta dwindled to two games New York fell to Washington 7 to one while the braves got a 9th inning bases loaded walk to Robbie Grossman to edge Miami two to one I'm just glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that Pro basketball the Cavaliers made a serious personnel upgrade when they dealt three players to the jazz in exchange for three time all star guard Donovan Mitchell Bruce Morton AP sports
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No. 2 Ohio State wears down No. 5 Notre Dame 21-10
"Second ranked Ohio State score two second half touchdowns to knock off number 5 Notre-Dame 21 to ten in the opening game for these two traditional college football powers The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite We got the win and it's one of us gets the number 5 team in the country kudos in order day and they did some good things and that's a really tough first game Oh how states defense shut out Notre-Dame over the final 42 minutes forcing puns on the last 6 Irish possessions I'm Tom
Leadership and Loyalty
"dame" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"All right, let's strip it down and dive right in. In contemporary times, we hear a lot of talk about those at the forefront of technology. Research shows that in the last 21 years, the number of female software engineers has only increased by 22%, just 2%. In 21 years, despite national conversations about gender diversity and technology, the numbers show that women are still underrepresented underpaid and often discriminated against in the technology industry. Although the statistics are trending upwards, which is good, women still feel less enthusiastic about their senior leadership prospects than men. A pew report found that 54% of men said that they felt it was likely that they would be promoted into an executive management position in their company. Meanwhile, only 25% of women said the same. The question is, are we in leadership still undervaluing women? Well, what if we had the opportunity to sit down and take guidance from a leader, someone who is an icon in the technology world, someone who shattered the glass ceiling, maybe even shattered the concrete ceiling for herself and for were in since the 1960s. Well, that's where we're going, and that's just a taste of what we're going to be talking about in the next two episodes. Because our guests for the next two episodes is dame Stephanie Shirley, also known as dame Steve Shirley. I'll explain that later. In 1962, she founded an all women's software company that pioneered remote working. Yeah, in 1960s, not in a pandemic. In the 1960s, she pioneered a company that did remote working, redefined the expectations and opportunities for working women at that time. Her company freelance program is grew to 8500 employees and ultimately valued at almost $3 billion and had and she made almost 70 people she made 70 people inside of an organization millionaires in the process. Since retiring, she has been focused on philanthropy, especially in autism and IT. Over the last 30 years, dame Stephanie has given away almost 70 million to good causes, primarily in the fields of autism and IT. She is a workplace revolutionary. Successful IT entrepreneur turned Ardent venture philanthropist, she is the first person to drop off times richest list having given away too much of her money. Not a bad achievement. This is one that she's very proud of. Ladies and gentlemen, please
"dame" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Those changes didn't happen overnight, but over time, they had the courage to take a fresh look at themselves to learn to live more fully in their quote unquote Second Life. Georgina skull is now the author of regrets of the dying, stories and wisdom that remind us of how to live, and Tania Chadwick is the author of the cure to sleep. For sleep I should say. Good morning to both of you. Welcome to the program. And Tanya I was actually going to start with you and say, what was the experience? I know we're not dwelling on this person, but of going that close to death and then how can you remember that in making a change in you? Hello, Emma. For me, because it happened so suddenly I wasn't ill, I suddenly started bleeding the very day the midwife had just signed me off. So I was in no pain and I was very aware I was dying. And it was such a shock. I experienced such pure regret at my cowardice in my first life. On paper, I looked successful. Working class Katie got university, first class degree, but I was hiding from everything. And so my real challenge was when I came back from induced coma and I'm a new mother as well. I was like, I've got to change my life. And that was a very strong feeling..
"dame" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Countries calling for humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and then last week, the decisive vote to suspend Russia from the Human Rights Council. So the whole membership now is speaking in a way that the Security Council can't because Russia holds a veto. How do you talk to your Russian counterpart? How difficult is that when you know that what they are saying doesn't tally with the reports on the ground? It's quite difficult to talk and it was quite striking the day they were suspended from the Human Rights Council. My Russian counterpart and his deputy were both absent from both the Security Council meeting and the General Assembly meeting. There is, of course, a certain level of professional conduct during our presidency month, of course, we have to carry on with other business, North Korea, Yemen, Ethiopia, Syria, and so on. So there's contact around those issues. But it is quite difficult at the moment for all of us, I think. Well, I mean, how would you do it? It must be pretty tough. When you hearing baseless and at times conspiracy theories, coming from Russia. Yes. I mean, the Russians told us right at the beginning that they weren't going to invade Ukraine. They then did. They told us that they weren't going to attack schools and hospitals. They then did that. So there's completely baseless lies and what we're trying to do is to use the Security Council and the UN more generally to expose the truth because the UN does have an unbiased and objective view of events. We're using the UN mechanisms to try and keep pressure on Russia. And I think most importantly, to proceed with accountability. So we've got the International Criminal Court now starting their investigations into what's going on in Ukraine. We suspended Russia from Human Rights Council. So we're using the levers we've got to keep the pressure on Russia to end the war. And meanwhile, you've got to be diplomatic in all of this and talk to people who are spouting, as you say, lies. Well, they're spouting lies, they're killing people in Ukraine. They are probably raping women in front of their own children. So it is very difficult. But the point of diplomacy is that you try to avoid war, and we have to keep some channels open for discussion. And on that, let's move, you've talked about the UK being the president of the Security Council this month. We, the UK, you are focusing on sexual violence in conflict. That's right. So when you're president of the Security Council for a month, you can pick a couple of themes outside the normal agenda to highlight and move work forward. So ten years on from our work on preventing sexual violence in conflict, we're going to launch tomorrow a new code of conduct to try and improve justice for survivors of conflict related sexual violence or basically sexual attack and rape in war. And we've developed that with the Nobel laureate Nadia murad, who herself as you'll know was kidnapped by ISIS in Iraq and suffered appalling gang rape beating cigarette burns when she was aged only 19 back in 2014. And she has remarkably not only survived that..
"dame" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Do and speaking, of course, as part in your position as a diplomat, but also with the United Nations. Because Russia has already been removed from the UN Human Rights Council. This was after president zelensky addressed the council about the atrocities in butcher, which again took things to another level. Have you got any? Are there any levers left to pull? There certainly are. And we were very pleased that we had president zelensky addressed the Security Council last week as part of our presidency at the Security Council and that led on to the suspension from the Human Rights Council. But the chemical weapons convention provides for sanctions and penalties. And we saw that exercise very clearly after the attack on Sergei and Yulia scruple. And we know the Russians have formed you look at what has happened in Syria. You look at what has happened to Navalny in Russia. So there are provisions under the chemical weapons convention for handling chemical weapons attacks. I suppose those provisions perhaps though haven't been enough to provide a deterrent. Well, they haven't provided a deterrent in the past for the instances that I've mentioned. But I think it is fair to say that we have largely managed to outlaw the use of chemical weapons of course until the tragic attack in 2014 in numa. Yes, and as you say, this is being investigated right now about what may or may not have gone on in Ukraine. I've supposed to be those who are far less familiar with the way the United Nations works the way diplomacy works than you, who will be thinking, why is Russia allowed to remain in the United Nations? That's a question that's being raised a great deal here and indeed president zelensky raised it last week when he addressed the Security Council. And I think the hard truth is there is no provision in the UN charter for suspending or removing a permanent member of the United Nations. So that would be one of the United States, the UK, France, Russia, or China, from the Security Council. The underlying premise, of course, in 1945, was that these were the victors of the Second World War, and they would not have any stake at all in continuing a war seeing World War three. That's by and large worked, but of course, until Russia invaded Ukraine on the 24th of February, that's now come under question. And that's quite serious question to be asked. I mean, how do you see that being resolved? Do you see that being resolved any time soon? I don't see that immediate question being resolved. But what we have seen is, I think, quite a deft interplay between the Security Council, which has got 15 United Nations members on it, and the General Assembly, which is the membership, the whole a 193 countries. And three times now in the General Assembly, where the Security Council has been unable to act. We've seen, first of all, a 141 countries condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine..
"dame" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"One of the details because it was, as you say, an emotional meeting with a lot of information conveyed. One girl was 13 and pregnant, and the police gathered DNA, again, as I said, this is distressing, but from her terminated fetus without her knowledge or consent. You know, Emma, I was the one who had to tell ruby that we had a fetus that had been locked in a freezer for two years, that the police and the social services had attended her termination and sees that fetus not telling a mom not telling her and they did nothing with it. Now, to the everlasting credit of ruby and her mom, they then gave permission for that features to be examined for DNA, the man who got her pregnant was 40 years old, three children marriage, the CPS chose not to even charge him with rape. They chosen to charge him with sexual activity with a child. And he was out of prison in less than three years. The first time she knew he was out of prison was when she bumped into him in the local supermarket because probation hadn't contacted. I hadn't sought her opinion about whether he should be released, but the CPS made the decision to charge him with sexual activity with a child. It should have been raped. He should have been in prison for many, many years. And those are the failures that we are asking the CPS to look at and apologize for and say they are not going to repeat these same failures again, but they're unwilling to do that. But the damage to ruby Emma will never go away. I should say, also, you were mentioning different names here of individuals. They have the right to be anonymous for life. These are names that are used in lieu of their real identities. I just wanted to also make that clear. And what about the expunging of criminal records?.
The Business of Fashion Podcast
"dame" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"More investors are asking for. And more customers are demanding it. So what role do businesses need to play in creating the kind of society we want to live in? How can companies serve not only their shareholders, but a wider group of stakeholders at a time when fashion businesses are rethinking their role in the world? Dame Vivian hunt is one of the most important voices in British business. During her talk at voices 2021, she made the case for stakeholder capitalism. I am passionate about the role of business in society. And I believe that the fashion industry has a positive role to play. It's really a delight to be here. On the other hand, it is a little bit intimidating to be speaking after the first dame Vivien, Dan Vivian, Westwood. She is a legend and a tough act to follow. Anyone who can speak truth to power mock up a cover of tatler.
"dame" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So Dave Wilson, I have summoned you here today because I want to talk to you about a college football icon. Really, but the icon is not a player, it's not a coach. It's not a stadium. It's not even like a game or anything. It's a sign. So tell me about this sign. Where is it? What is this thing even look like? It's in the hallway, leading from the locker room down to the field at Notre-Dame stadium. It's a gold sign. It was hand painted with blue lettering, about three feet high, four feet wide. And it's this play like a champion today. Yeah, I mean, this is a sign that is not just a thing you sort of look at and venerate if the thing you physically interact with. Yeah, it's a tradition that Notre-Dame for players to hit the sign on their way down the field. It's you've seen it all over the place. They play it before games. I mean, this thing is in movies, right? I mean, it's on television on these NBC broadcasts of Notre-Dame games, but it's also like in cinema also. Yeah, in Rudy, the famously the players on their way to the field are all fired up and go hit the sign. It's just becomes synonymous with Notre-Dame. As the name players now leave their renovated locker room. With their individual gesture on the two sides on the way down the steps as they get set to come out of the north tunnel. Yeah, I mean, this is where I admit Dave that I visited Notre-Dame once. I brought back a pint glass with play like a champion today emblazoned on it in the blue lettering that you were describing. I was watching Ted Lasso and they have a sign that says believe that they slap above their doorway and it's in blue lettering with the yellow background, perhaps not coincidentally. So this thing, which is a famous piece of sports history that's meaningful to generations of players and people at this point. Why did you want to dig into this? Why dig deeper into the story of the play like a champion today sign? I just happened to be in Oklahoma covering the Oklahoma Nebraska game. And that was a Saturday. Just two days previously Notre-Dame had announced a licensing deal with a company for a play like a champion today. And everyone in Oklahoma seemed to really up in arms about it. And so I was really curious why that was. Dave, the story that you've reported here is a real rabbit hole. A mind-blowing one for me 'cause I knew nothing of the alternate hidden history of the sign, but I want to just start here and explain for people how this started at Notre-Dame because in your piece you talked to a player on the team there who arrived in 1989. And this is Rick Meyer, who is a star quarterback was the future number two overall pick in the draft and the NFL. What did he tell you about Notre-Dame football and the religion of it, really? Well, I mean, obviously, he grew up in Indiana, he grew up a big part of this, and he said when he got to know today, he didn't realize the sign hadn't been there already for 50 years. He thought. And he just said, the locker room was psyched, the stairwell was sacred. The tunnel sacred, and that sign was a big part of that. The fact that he thought that the sign was there forever as I did. Also, incidentally, that's not the case. It turns out what did you learn about when the sign was actually put up there? So I talked to Lou holt, who is the coach who got hired in 1985, and he said that over the fall break that year, there were no there was nothing to do. There's no recruiting going on. So he went to the library and just checked out as many noted aim history books as he could find. Amanda motel, which I stay in until my family moved down, and I go through the book and somewhere there's a picture in a book, the entrance way into the stadium down the step and there's a sign play like a champion today. So I started asking around what happened to a sign hooper? Nobody could tell me nobody knew anything about it. And so I said, okay, I'll tell you what. We're going to get this made up. And so he sent an assistant coach to the sign shop on campus and asked them to make one up and it was up for the 1986 season. I mean, this is a scene out of a movie, Dave, Lou holtz like blowing dust off of ancient books in the university library, trying to restore the glory of this program. And I don't want to like credit the sign too much here, I suppose, but Notre-Dame did start winning championships at this point again, right? I mean, it was 1988 when they win a title with Lou holds the team becomes a media darling to put it lightly. I mean, I think of Notre-Dame football now and I still think of touchdown Jesus, the weights on the gold helmets and this sign from 1986. Right. In 1988, they win that national title still actually their last national title. And then 1991, they become the first program to get their own TV deal when NBC gave them that giant one team deal. This sunny and cold Saturday in the South Bend Indiana is a mild stone day, the 300th game in historic. Yeah, I mean that deal day for people aren't familiar with it. Just describe how unique that is, how Notre-Dame has used that to market itself to the planet basically. It's funny because people don't realize now that all these games were on TV, there were two or three games a week. Notre-Dame got a deal where they were they had their own time and place every week on a national network. And that was just unheard of. And NBC, I mean, they were in subtle about them showcasing the sign, right? They were not. They put what's called a lipstick camera, one of the little mounted cameras in the hallway there. And it showed every week they show the players coming down those steps and hitting that sign. Down the steps of the locker room into the tunnel. For the final time this year here comes the Irish. John heisler, who worked at Notre-Dame for 40 years and wrote several wrote ten books, I believe about the Irish said that when people would come to town, that was the first thing they asked him is when could they go see the sign? It was more popular than going to a football game. Heissler told me there were probably he counted more than 40 products in the bookstore featuring the sign. It just became sort of like a synonymous withholds and Notre-Dame in that era. And it just took off. So the person who made the sign for Lou holtz. I mean, this is a real person. Is this in a movie character? Who is she? Her name is Laurie wenger. She worked on campus painting signs, and it was just, you know, she said it was just part of her daily job, someone an assistant coach came over with instructions from holtz on what he wanted and Lou said he was very specific about what he wanted play like on one line, a champion on one line. And today, on the last line, and she painted it to his specifications. You report that all of these fans and former players would then also commission Laurie directly to make them their own version of the sign? Right, so she gets an order. She gets a request to paint the sign. She makes one and her husband delivers it. And it turns out it's Rudy, who had ordered it. So this is the real Rudy. This is Rudy rudiger in real life who is doing it. Where is he putting this thing? What's he doing with it? He's, you know, as our friend Ryan McGee wrote last year about Rudy, he's got basically a whole nother day museum in his house. So he just wanted one more one more piece of memorabilia up there..
"dame" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Jenny kaplan and this is we'll manica welcome to season three all month. We're going back to school talking about educators and intellectuals who changed how we learn today we're talking about a woman who was a pioneer in the field of child literacy. Her work change the way teachers and researchers thought about children's struggling to read or write for decades to come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time her methodologies helped develop reliable observation tools that are still used in child literacy research today over the next several years. Mari climbed a faculty ranks at the university of auckland and published a book about how to intervene when a child is falling behind in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six. Mari developed a program called reading recovery. It transformed traditional education settings by directly catering to first graders falling behind the reading goals while designing the program. Mari centered the voices and experiences of children teachers and parents. The final design involved giving kids half hour individual tutoring sessions for twelve to twenty weeks. The program started on a trial basis in five schools in nineteen seventy eight. By the following year it was being replicated in forty eight schools across auckland by the nineteen eighties. It was a national education program in new zealand today. There are reading recovery programs and most english speaking countries and the program has been translated for spanish and french speakers for her contributions to education research and child literacy. Mari was inducted into the reading hall of fame. In nineteen eighty-seven she was made dame commander of the british empire. Mari died.
Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"dame" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Bart scott shake cornet fillon enterprise guys today. Nba finals bucks now lead the series. Three two two. They w on saturday night and so the series shifts back to milwaukee bucks have a chance to clinton on their home floor. Sons got to prove that they got it on the road. But really this morning. We're talking more. Feels like about dame lillard than we have been about the finals for some reason. Because there's been all this back and forth about dame lillard and is requesting a trade that's how this all started right. It was like does he want out. Felt like a little aaron rodgers to me. Like what's the latest but then dame came out like a rod and actually spoke for himself and said what he wants essentially. So let's take a listen to damian lillard this blizzard gar on reports that he was requesting a trade. Take a listen to reports in a lot of people reaching out to me but this is not I'll start off the ripping say it's not true said the last time i spoke to you guys. That a lot of things are being said in northern. It hasn't come from me. So number one is is not true. a secondly also stated. I haven't made any firm decision on. You know what my future will be so Is really no need for anybody else to to speak for me. Report this report that you know. Be as i said. The last time i'll i'll speak directly with with my team with new so all right and i believed when he speaks look at and i should say that everyone but it's true there are some guys that say stuff and then sometimes i look the other way and say okay. I'm sure you told different things. Not dame though i do believe what he's saying sense of. He hasn't made a decision yet. But i think he's made it very clear to multiple different people on multiple different platforms that status quo in cool. Like we gotta figure out a way now to figure something out. If i'm going to stay here in portland. I'm not okay with just making the playoffs. Eight consecutive seasons and having nothing to show for it and so i don't blame him for this but now the rumor mill is starting to turn right like wear. If dame leaves portland. Where could he be going Could it be the knicks. This is this is a scenario. That is obviously picked up seem. It's just a scenario but to me bar when you look at what would have to be given up. It would probably be some sort of three way trade. And i've seen reports that maybe the cavs could be in the mix or something like that but you have to give up so much to get a guy who yeah is a generational talent but like you're giving up half the things that got you where you are right. Is it really worth it for that. Like if you could keep the peace if you can have your cake and eat the to work out with dame but like does new york have enough assets to actually give up to get dame in a knicks uni few teams that have young talent and they have a lot of future. First round draft picks believe some protected draft picks will so they can give the package. But i don't think anybody has a better package than golden state because golden state. I believe how severe overall pick this year. They have wiseman who i think is going to be a tremendous big may not fit with golden state of how they wanna play basketball and then they also have wiggins that they can give up too. So you're talking about the money. Matching was well like that. I think they have the assets it to give up. The problem is dame made this whole reputation about. He wants to win at one place. He doesn't wanna be like one of these guys had jumps on the super team and that would be the ultimate super team jumping to what people will argue. It's like one of the best backcourt potentially ever in the game if you talk about big. Three's we talking about the big three out in brooklyn imagined dane dollar clay. Assume that klay comes back healthy. And also you talk about steph curry. That can be crazy right and talk about. How much space is going to be out there. But it's weird because you you rang up cleveland. We know that saxon is up for an extension. And yeah he's been reported. Maybe as one of the young talent that maybe coming out to new york as well. So i mean. Listen when you start hearing rumblings using smoke there's fire in nba. and yeah. I believe day but we know that he's had these conversations. Because i just don't know dame has been given a respect to co and go on and get his co starred anyone right. We lebron james openly. Like lobbied for anthony davis. I've never remembered dame litter ever even getting involved and maybe that's to his detriment the fact that he hasn't been squeaky wheel said hey go out and get me this guy. Go get me that guy. Lebrons like openly flirts with a guy. He's a he's a guy that was talking. I'm like what's happening here. Seen this story before it he's guy flirting with your girlfriend smack taste but it's kind no shame. Listen you know dame to new york. Yeah but i mean. New york has a lot of scar tissue right because they you know waiting for lebrun it went all in. I think that this regime is trying to build this team organically and if it is a start as availab- always thought the best to superstar for maybe the knicks to get that's available young stars. Maybe a guy like The aaron fox right because we see tyrod halliburton. They have two guards. You know you can always flee sacramento..
Women Making Waves Podcast
"dame" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"I thought how clever that is because my mother was so influential in making me who. I am giving so much to protect me. And i've never had the sense of rejection ever with her and what an acknowledgement for my mother. I'm delighted with that title. Well thank you. Thank you very much dame elizabeth anne anew are absolutely fantastic indeed. It's been a pleasure hasn't done that. We've been really fantastic. Oh it's just absolutely fantastic to talk to you and thank you so much for your time. Elizabeth thank you. It's been lovely to talk to you thank you. That was quite shopping. Good to hear it though. I think it's important that we had stories like this. And journeys said that we learn from this. I mean we know that. Generally children's homes back in the fifties weren't exactly the happiest places to be. I think is very very interesting that her mother was absolutely no she cannot be adopted. I will be taking her back as soon as i can. And did try. She was always with. Our relationship was always supporting her. As acute you're right. And i feel honored to have spiked with dame elizabeth. She's perfect wasn't chief of him. Making way honored to have met imaging grant as well. We wish our own the best and the rest of team. Gb olympic team as well olympic squad at the tokyo olympics everything will be crossed. And we will be watching out for you and we will indeed. We've got a new tv. Just for that added to your fleet of tv's yes absolutely replaced one now replace when we were going to do it last year. Actually of course there was no olympics so we decided we were having a a new screen philly olympics so yes looking forward to their ask but what size is the screen while it's not too big little. It's fifty two big. I bet you've got bigger one. I have no. I don't have a very big. So thank you very much to imaging grant for being in the program today also to professor.
"dame" Discussed on First Take
"The lakers presence so yeah could become king of la. That could happen. I just think to be the king. You've got to have a crown. You gotta have crap going to have to wait. Peter king just because lebron loses you had. You're going gonna have to win this. Say one thing. And i haven't lived in la four years in stephen a. Get in on this when max says that. He knows lakers fans that if the lakers are out would root for the clippers. I do not know any any laker fan. I know is look for the purple valley clippers. Kawai and paul george. I don't know that you may have just put you originally said the clippers. I've never heard of a lakers fan. That would also route. For and paul george or the clippers snoops say if they play brooklyn get the popcorn. You think snoopy point for he. He didn't say he'd root for the clippers. He just said that they would be in the position and he can't be mad because he's so disgusted. The lakers. I didn't even really root for the clippers. Snoops gotta come on and say create. The question don't act like he said it when he did it. Well that's all. The giants are never rooting for the jets. Hey steven a. your knicks in nervous. You go into tonight. What's stand up new york. Stand up new york stand up. you know. i don't know martin please put it next to before up. What are we at a library. Six inch might've right now. I'm disappointed you stephen a. In the library. The knicks. Just put stephen the library. They gave him laryngitis. Say struggling new york stay adult new york stand up. Check out the podcast p. pod. What are you waiting for. We're like right directly in the flight path helicopters. Flying in and out of dc. Tony the dog barking at deliveries high level intellectual conversation. Some gambling talk talking with athletes celebrities musicians and more also we got my gosh dan for steve ride shotgun. Johnny keep me out of the digits download and subscribe to spn pod wherever you get your podcast. We certainly appreciate reviews. Subscribe all that good stuff..
"dame" Discussed on First Take
"Away. Because that's the right thing you can do. It was crazy. H you smell. It was crazy. We could come like myself in particular outcome on tv. And if i disagree with anything that one of the african one of the after my african american brothers are doing in the nba. Just a disagreement now about racism. Just just disagree to this point. You know what. I'm getting called get called the sell out. I get called comb. When i just want my opinion about basketball. Tate's but here it. Is you got actual guys out here. Who are making hundreds of millions of dollars and got a lot of power to put people into a position to be successful people that you'd see him at say has and call on the day to day basis. And you don't do that. But you rather sit up there and call out the stephen a smith you call out of jalen rose or you rather call out of ken perkins because we we don't stay to the poi- are we doing it because will with no fees or minimum on checking and savings accounts banking with capital is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of choosing to listen to another episode of your favorite podcast and with our top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. Dance banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one and a member. Fdic tonight's the night new york in the house and we're introducing a brand new segment. It's called the battle. So here's the deal. Both stephen and max will give three reasons for who takes game five tonight. We'll have forty five seconds to convince us how this will all go down. And let's start with the knicks loyal. Himself steven you're on the clock. Your first reason on who wins game. five woman. First reasons go be julius randle. He shooting twentieth seventy three in this series. I can't believe that the most improved player of the year winner who averaged twenty four and ten or better than forty percent shooting from three point range. This year is going to continue to stink up the joint and wet. The bed and click. Capella is talking about them. The way that he just did and thus far he's right can't be disputed but you're damn sure dispute tonight do random. Be a man amongst boys no fall away take it to the whole ticket to the rat to go right but if you have to go i don't give a damn try to go right though. Take it to the post. Get them big boys. Some foul trouble and played a big basketball will over skill. That's what this comes down to appleby do with he. Hats and dude will over skill. You just praying and hoping the first reason is trae young. And i don't have to talk about prayers and hopes will over skill with trae. Young he absorbs so much of the defense with the outside shooting that loosens up the defense for everyone else not to mention the attacking the paint where he could also finish in the paint. He's a poor man steph curry on these really good under pressure. It seems to me. Trae young makes everyone around him better. He's not just an empty calorie stats guy. Shooting from distance. His offense makes the entire offense worked better. None of it everybody. Whoever's on the floor trae young benefits from him being there so not only. Can you give a thirty foot other guys get better as a result. That's why the hawks right now. Have control of this series stephen a reason to derrick rose. There arose after twenty one and a half points a game in this series. He's played well. Listen and he's been the best player for the new york knicks. It would be quite honest. I think tonight in front of that garden crowd galvanized and motivated by that crowd. I think that derrick rose shows up attack the basket with more vigor. Make sure you take those open. Threes to don't give the ball agyei barrett if the brother ain't making shots in the first quarter because that means he's gonna miss it the next three at some point in time jokes randall. And rj gotta come out swinging aggressive and efficient. And if you're derrick rose you have the power to make sure that that happens. You take the ball in your hands. You do what you need to do this. One game at the top baby. That's all it's just one game at a top about tonight. It's game five zero. Besides randall wet from randall. Oh can't do it so they're going to do it. Real quick your your point number two your point number one and let me give you a second. Let me tell you why number two number one is trae young. That's why the window number two is stephen a. julius randle julius randle is a second reason. The hawks are gonna win. It's not even. His fault is miscast as the primary scoring options. That is not julius randle. You got up and demonstrate college basketball players stephen. A from a million years ago couldn't help himself got up in studio and demonstrated. I would just wait for him to go left. Put your hands in your pocket. what you think. The hawks don't know that they understand. And they got click cappella on the floor to in the paint. Forget it. Julius randle cannot be your number one scoring option. But here's the problem. I don't really think he's number two scoring option in a playoff situation. I think he's best served at the three scoring option. But he's the one. Which is why you immediately moved to derrick rose because you've already enrolled save us the clock. The clock has failed us. This is a work in progress. But i'm i'm keeping track here so stephen you're up with the final reason. Mafia reason is the garden. It's madison square garden. Anything about that. Because you're a traitor you rate. You betrayed new york city. You don't even believe the log into your shouldn't even be allowed to do the show from south street seaport. Here's the bottom line. The new york knicks madison square garden. Game two it was rocking. The arena was literally shaking that it was shaking. That's how electrifying the environment was. And that's why the atlanta hawks so deep beneath that pressure in the fourth quarter. Well guess what they gonna show up and they're gonna show out gay and here something extra that they're going to do. They're going to remind julius randle you gotta max contract state my brother. Now you're going to get about one hundred million dollars but you got an opportunity to make more than one hundred and twenty you go just about anywhere from twenty to thirty million dollars if you tonight. Julius randle and a new york back case whatever is on julius randle you write about the garden stephen. That's my third point to the third reason. The hawks are gonna win. Our fans like you stephen smith fans like you you call me. A tree tore a trade dir e. r. I left the knicks. Because as long as fans like you. And i was like you. Once upon a time enable the losing culture at the garden. Good enough but enough back before. The nets were in town. They have to make the playoffs now. The netra taking over the world okay. Don't gotta get serious. At least you make the playoffs. And you're happy with a few trump's new york stand up. We made the playoffs one win so far in the first round playoff series. Y'all acting like championship. That's why you're never gonna win a championship because of fans like you at madison square garden. That's the third reason. Atlanta hawks gonna knock the knicks out. You crawl you crawl before you. Will you call before you walk. We understand what we are. We don't have tippy. We know better than that. But you crawl before you walk. This first round series was winnable. You understand and forty seven years but it is what it is. Okay yours. You need new york. Oh.
"dame" Discussed on Ghostly
"And then how is notre dame here irish lad irish there. I'm guessing. yeah george. Gipp played football for notre dame from nineteen seventeen to nineteen twenty. He was born in michigan in the upper peninsula. He came to notre dame to play baseball but he was recruited for the football team. Gipp lead the fighting irish in rushing and passing. He actually has some records. That are still on the books today. So there's a story about how Gipp died and it's probably not true at all though. Just tell you well let me something we talk about. But it's definitely worth mentioning and talking about when we talk about notre dame footba so. He was out late one one night and he returned to campus after curfew. He couldn't get into his dorm so he went to the rear door of of the washington hall. Which is The campus theater building and he went there because he knew that the door was often unlocked so when he partied a little too late he would often spend the night there but on that night. The hall was locked tight. He slept outside and by the morning he had contracted pneumonia and eventually died from a related infection now. The more likely story is that he got strep throat while giving punting lessons after his final game which was november twentieth nineteen twenty against northwestern another college around the area here and since there are no antibiotics in one thousand nine hundred ninety s These things were very hard to treat and it became much worse and eventually took him down. But rebecca you probably don't remember him. I football playing do you. Have you ever heard of this man get. This is not sound familiar to me. I mean it does because i've done research both researching this episode. If you had said yeah. Who's the most famous football player. Whatever no i would not have thought of this name. But he's not just famous for the way that he played football. He was on his hospital. Bed said this to a football coach. Name rodney i've got to go rack. It's all right. I'm not afraid sometime rock when the team is up against it when things are wrong and the breaks are beating. The boys asked them to go in there with all they've got and win. Just one for the gipper. I don't know where. I'll be then rock but i'll know about it and i'll be happy. Yeah so he was the gipper that you know. Everyone's talked about when they say when one for the gipper. Okay so i'm just gonna. I'm gonna be vulnerable here and saying that when ever heard the phrase win win for the gipper. My brain has always thought of ronald reagan. You know y why okay. I did not until researching this. Ronald reagan played the gipper gipper in movie. And so like i. I swear. I've heard people refer to ronald. Reagan is the gipper and it never made any sense to me. I didn't understand any of it. But would he was playing this character with ronald reagan. A lot of times Like he took on the personality of the person that he played and People gave gave him credit for the things that those people did. I so anyways all right so the gipper is this guy played. Football got it. So rodney used the story of gipp..
"dame" Discussed on Ghostly
"Under the name of the university of notre dame du lac Which is the university of our lady of the lake so Notre dame is just our lady and notre dame do lock means the lady of the lake university of the lady of the lake. I love it. Yeah because the university was originally a male female only saint. Mary's college was founded by the sisters of the holy cross near notre dame in eighteen forty four so shortly after. Yeah that's amazing in eighteen. Forty nine notre dame awarded. Its first degrees. So that's a long time ago it's been operating that's amazing. Yeah definitely especially for a private college like this. That doesn't get the same government funding. Exactly soren strength was demonstrated on april twenty third eighteen seventy nine when a fire destroyed the main building which housed virtually the entire university and also the library. Oh and their library was was pretty big. At that time. It had like a thousand bucks at that time so sad. Yeah timothy edward howard Which became a chief justice at the indiana supreme court and he was also a professor at notre dame provided a first person account of what soren said inside the sacred heart church. I was then president when father soren after looking over the destruction of his life work stood at the altar steps of the only building left and spoke to the community. What i have always felt to be the most sublime winds ever listened to there was absolute faith confidence resolution in his very look and pose. If it were all gone. I should not give up. His words enclosing. The effect was electric. It was the crowning moment of his life. A sad company had gone into the church that day. They were all simple christian. Heroes came out. There was never more shadow of a doubt as to the future of notre dame. Yeah what's kind of funny too. Is that some people. Recall him saying something like the virgin. Mary thought it wasn't big enough. The building oh so that's why she burned down. Wow so that we will have to build bigger. Okay yeah nation. I'm i don't know if he actually said that. But a lot of people recalled hearing him say they'll time Soren passed away on october thirty first eighteen. Ninety three at the age of seventy-nine he's laid to rest at the holy cross cemetery in notre dame he died of bright's disease which is a historical classification of kidney disease. So during sorin's years at notre dame he saw a lot of new buildings being built including an eighteen eighty eight they opened the basilica of the sacred heart. The first notre dame football team. I played in notre dame on november twenty third. Eighteen eighty seven nearly forty five years to the day after father sworn arrived in northern indiana. The university chose to honor the irish with the name. The fighting irish Which you would think they would have called the fighting french right. Well when you said the six priests sounded like there were more irish than french. I mean obviously soren was french. But i also chicago and this whole area has a lot of irish and i assume a lot of irish catholic parents would have wanted to send their kids there. Yeah but it is interesting that it's not that the name of the university is french. Yeah but the name of the football team is irish. Because i always thought you know. Notre dom is in is in france so it has to be french..
"dame" Discussed on Ghostly
"University of notre dame haunted ghostly is a podcast that comes out every other week in each episode. We take a ghost story or paranormal event in. Look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real and my job is to debate those pieces of evidence. You the listener. Prepare to vote on if it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that subscriber follow button and i'm one of your host. I'm pat i'm rebecca. Happy me day. Rebecca me day. Yeah what's needed. Saint patty's patch saint patrick's day one day. We should do episode on on good old saint. Patrick oh that would be interesting. I bet a lot of people would be surprised to hear some of the things both. I guess that's true. I don't really know much about. Oh i know a little something. Wow they can inherited with the name yet is okay. I wanted to be saint.
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"dame" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"I watched the clips of brian. Kelly press conference and he looked like he was exact exasperated. And i don't know if you're a notre dame fan. How do you feel about this. Because he's i mean he's a really really good coach. We do these top. Twenty five lists every year and brian. Kelly definitely should be in the top five and they have really good players. But i don't know and he's right alabama's done this to almost everybody. They actually didn't do it. The florida but you know was there were still you know it's like we'll see if ohio state gets closer. So let's let's fill people in on the quotes if they didn't see them after the game not surprisingly. Maybe he was surprised. I don't know he was asked a lot about. How does the here how frustrating the question was how frustrated is. How frustrating is it to get to a playoff again lose by this margin the margin not the issue. Losing his losing. I don't know really. What the inferences. This football team battled and they made more plays they being alabama made a few more. Plays on the perimeter. I'm not sure really what the question is when you lose football games you know. There's a few more plays jeff to make. We had the opportunity. You watch the game. I watched the game <hes>. So everybody needs to continue to carry this narrative that not not good enough. Look at the scores of the games. The albums played all year. And i think when you start changing the narrative little bit then somebody asks as you look at it. You feel like the program has gotten a lot closer. What's the next step. You feel like you guys could take need to take i. I don't really wanna continue to go down this path. We're going to keep getting here okay. And we're gonna keep banging at it and you guys watched the game in you. They had the college football player of the year. Who made some dynamic place. We battled. We were right there. So we're going to keep getting back here. And i'm sorry i don't like it or the national media doesn't like it but we're going to go back to work we're gonna keep recruiting. We're going to put ourselves back in this position again <hes>. I mean i know. He's got to defend the program. And you know what's he going to say like. Oh yeah we're we're we've got a ways to go <hes>. But you're right like if you're ordering fan who who still believes deep down the program. That should win the national championship. How do you feel about your coach. Basically coming on saying he's basically trying to say yeah. We don't have a devante smith. We don't have nausea harris. But we were good enough that like if we caught them on the day we could one maybe is that is that we took from it. Yeah and i'm thinking about it. It's like this notre dame team. And i would say it from the last from the jalen smith <hes>. Ronnie stanley era up. So whatever it is i guess. Maybe it's the last five or six years they've had like some special athletes right. I mean ronnie stanley elite talent offensive lineman jalen field. Jalen fields. Jalen was is home. Ultra talented linebacker. They've had <hes>. Kyle hamilton is as athletic as any any safety. The country i mean they have some of these guys will fuller was as fast and dynamic as any receiver just about. I mean it's not like they haven't kyran williams of big time running back they just don't have quite enough of them right. I mean like they don't have any of them. It's not like you know. The the line from joey galloway said like northwestern's a bunch of reese davis's you know the inference there is like notre dame has has some guys who would play anywhere and they've always had a bunch of good offensive linemen. They have good tight ends. I don't think they're light years away from having like a team that could win a national title. I mean they're they're a top five team. It's just you know. I don't know like like maybe this is a better way to frame it. Like if they were playing ohio state they have somehow gotten by alabama. I mean <hes>. Let's take alabama out of the equation if they were playing ohio state and somehow it was a two three game. Let's say let's say that it was just a playoff game but it wasn't. You know as the i. I could see <unk>. Notre dame beating ohio state. Even after what. I just saw from ohio state alpha. If justin feels plays away did tonight. I couldn't but <hes> like i don't think it's out of the realm of possibility like i think there are. You know i watched their. I think notre dame's better team than georgia. I think not notre dame honesty's a better team than florida now. It's easy to say that after you've seen some of these teams get exposed some but lake and those teams. Those teams have played with alabama on a given night right. So i just don't think they have as much margin for error right