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Gilgeous-Alexander, Thunder beat Grizz in Morant's return
"Josh Josh Getty Getty scores scores the the go go ahead ahead bucket bucket with with fifty fifty seconds seconds to to go go to to help help the the thunder thunder upset upset the the Grizzlies Grizzlies one one oh oh two two ninety ninety nine nine in in a a game game in in which which both both teams teams squandered squandered double double digit digit leads leads the the thunder thunder survive survive behind behind a a double double double double from from Getty Getty who who tallied tallied nineteen nineteen points points and and eleven eleven assists assists J. J. gill gill just just Alexander Alexander notched notched a a team team high high twenty twenty three three for for Oklahoma Oklahoma City City which which won won its its second second road road improved improved a a ton ton in in nineteen nineteen Desmond Desmond bane bane poured poured in in a a game game high high twenty twenty five five for for the the Grizzlies Grizzlies who who dropped dropped their their second second straight straight John John Moran Moran had had sixteen sixteen points points eight eight assists assists and and six six rebounds rebounds in in his his return return after after missing missing twelve twelve games games to to a a knee knee injury injury and and a a stint stint in in the the league's league's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols I'm I'm Danika Danika
"danika" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Democrat in virginia. Delegates first elected in two thousand seventeen. She was the first openly transgender person to serve usa legislature and she was just reelected winning fifty percent of the vote. Danika room danika. Thanks for joining parts of america. Thank you so much stance good to be back with. Y'all well first. Congratulations on your victory. What secret strategy that you have that alluded others across the country and in the commonwealth virginia. This week actually just doing an interview. With a reporter of richmond Was asking me as being a very similar to this. And what i did that This campaign was exactly what i did. In twenty seven gene was exactly what i didn't. Twenty nineteen by messaging at the doors to my constituents did not change at all so. Let me talk about what we did. insurance for advertising and when we talk about what we did in terms of like our field engagement so our advertising we lead with medicaid expansion is a promise that i made twenty seventeen that i would vote to expand medicaid at the time to what we thought would be about. Four hundred thousand virginians including three thousand seven hundred people in the thirteenth district. I then kept that promise. On may thirtieth twenty eighteen and one in actually coverage began on january first of two thousand nineteen immediately right. Their constituent started getting signed up. In fact the first person the state to get signed up with my constituent character is an amputee from an essence. Who's missing her dominant right arm below the elbow and within the month that she was enrolled she had saving surgery to step in and when we are talking to people about their quality of life and directly bringing home with those real world examples in that we're providing people health insurance. That's the sort of thing that the noise because you're talking about an issue that has yes national significance that you know the as would authorize may case inch in the first place at the same time people feel it in the community. And i'll tell you that now at this point. Twenty twenty one as of november for we've now enrolled five hundred ninety. Six thousand virginia the medicaid expansion in the greater prince. William area is more than twenty thousand people from my constituents. It's nearly five thousand people of my constituents who now enrolled i fifteen thousand some odd votes on tuesday. I would suggest that he large number of them came from a. You know it's not the majority but a significant number of them came from people who are now benefiting from those well and why because it's a quality of life issue for them as walls of security issues them as well as the pocket book out so that was our first message on that the second one was we talked about the same stuff i talked about in two thousand seventeen thousand nineteen fixing route. Twenty eight sonatas with you my profile locally as well as nationally and we have actual tangible progress to show people now all the traffic lights are gone from twenty. Sixty six interchange of brinson bill. As member of the northern virginia transportation. Authority i voted for the a six leaning. That's now underway over in centerville Completed in march twenty three and by big push for in here in the thirteenth district is innovative intersection designs. Along on the quarter between manassas parking yorkshire and because even though are still waiting to get the full funding that we need to focus. Eighty six million dollars to implement all of it. We have already begun making changes. They're likely reduce the traffic signal. Phases by adding up flashing yellow for example Strive and over at yorkshire lane which cuts down the amount of red lights that you actually have on that will probably quarter we've made safety purpose leland and Maplewood in s were doing best. People can also see that yes. There's actual progress being made right before their eyes and so they know. This wasn't just a slogan for me. It's really care about and right next to route twenty eight. We have the jury that runs to manassas park literally across the street by apartment. I'm talking to you that right now and over here. I voted for the speaker of the house. Bill h b fourteen fourteen last year which allows us to increase know basically gives us the administrative structure. What we need to eventually night and we can service on the. That's just another one of those hyper local issues. And then when i was knocking doors out west i talked about my bill to ban above ground transmission lines on the i sixty six square between games while hammer ten years because thou particular property value will local environment. I talked about how. I voted for the funding that we needed. For the first commuter bus out wings a hiccup wolverhampton gains lost. Five metro stations date over in arlington. Speaking at wor traffic by sixty six each day. I say all that to you and to anti ad that we passed eve my bills to feed hungry kids in schools in that might advocacy that myself in other People from virginia led to the usda a federal level. We have free school meals across the entire country this year. That directly affects people's books directly affects their kids. Nutrition directly affects body of light. And so when you do all of that together the issues that are talking about the doors that we're talking about in the mail in we're talking about our advertising really comes down to what are you doing for the district. Oh my god. You're actually doing a lot of the district. I think i can support you. And i say this as that you know trans head from from it asked for reporter legislator who's like i'm authentically myself. People don't exactly that you know. Heavy metal hoodie right now in people wildly myself all the time and at the same time. I'm gonna my job. And i think you put all that together and people trust me and i know. I'm grateful that i earned the respect. You know over the last few years. I'm curious about your perspective. What what. It was like on the ground in virginia. Because you ran in seventeen great year for democrats nineteen and other very good year for democrats. Twenty-one other than for yourself and a handful of others not a very good did it feel different in terms of enthusiasm or pushback from the from republicans may live in your district or just what you're hearing from sort of volunteers and activists out there at the top of the ticket guests for my race notes. I did not have a.
"danika" Discussed on Playfully Faithful Parenting
"We all make our own choices but These books have a place in my family too. I think in in my house We can still study church history whether or not it's part of a curriculum and my kids are in graded for it. So i think the books are great for all christian families It brings so much of the history to life it She does a really good job of talking about the setting and the culture of the time and just brings it to life Like there were times. When i was like really emotionally involved in the book and i was like. Oh what's going to happen. Martin luther next and like oh my gosh my heart just like when he finally understands god's love for him it was just like a really powerful moment and that's because of her writing and just the way she does Her storytelling it. Just will help your kids use their imaginations their mind and sense of humor as they see what god did through real life events and the people of the time to bring his word into the hands and hearts of his people. then and now so. I think We always want to help our kids. See what god has done what he's doing and what he will do and these three bucks are a great way to do that. You can Find the links to these on. My website created to play dot com. You will find. There's a review for the whole series and a review for each of the box. I will link those in the show notes as well as danika coolies website and And links to get the books she also has lots of free principles on her website such as lap books and things that if you are home school family or you just want to do some extra Learning about these topics. They're free on her website and some Fun little crafts that you and your family may enjoy if that's something that your kids like You know how. I feel about being very strict about crafts. So hold them with an open hand if you want to share them with your kids That's my suggestion. Always lean towards giving your kids freedom and creativity If you wanna know more about that and you haven't listened to that episode check out Episode eleven. I believe a practical theology of arts crafts and creativity So thanks for joining me today. I hope this is helpful. If you have any questions about reformation day or want some other ideas for how to celebrate that Feel free to drop me an email or find me on instagram. I would love to talk about that. We celebrated reformation sunday each year. When i worked at a presbyterian church and it was so fun to create lots of fun playful activities for the kids to Bring some church history in to their their world today and So yeah i would love to talk to you about that. Anyways have a great day. Mama's well mama's that's it for today. Thanks for joining me. On playfully. Faithful parenting. I'd love to keep the conversation going over on the socials. You can find me on. Instagram facebook and twitter. If you felt encouraged or equipped by today's show do me a favor and leave a review. I can't wait to hear your story till next week. Keep playing and pointing those little to christ..
"danika" Discussed on Playfully Faithful Parenting
"If your momma who wants to introduce your kids to cheese us and watch the holy spirit transform their lives. This is the place for you. I'm so glad you're here. So let's dive in and see how we can partner with god today. Hey mama's just pop it in for a quick bonus episode this week to share with you new resource that i love. It is who what why series by danika. Cooley and i have reviewed one of her books before and i love that one too but this series just came out and it's great time because we've got reformation sunday coming up in a couple of weeks. It's the sunday closest to halloween. Which actually this year falls on halloween. So if you are a family that does not celebrate halloween. That might be a really great way to add in some fun and also some church history by checking out reformation sunday and you can dress up in period pieces Period closed from that time and do all sorts of fun family activities based on the reformation reformation sunday is just a day to celebrate what god did during the reformation through lots of people and to separate the protestant church from the catholic church and to bring the bible into the hands of his people. You can read all about it in these books by danika cooley So the first book is. Who was martin luther. And he was guy who did the ninety five visas onto the church wall and the door and Really started getting the message out. That god's intention for the church is not what was happening during that time and the theology and practices of the church then We're really hindering. People from knowing god and his love and his grace and so martin. Luther fell in love with god and the word and really started to understand that the catholic church was going in the wrong direction and Helped to find a new way for god's word to to come to the people so God really used martin luther. The book is so fun so you would not think that a church history book would be super fun but these are She is really funny. And i love the style of writing of all three of these books Because it sounds like like. I feel like i'm listening to a mom telling her kids stories from church history which is so cool And it just. It feels kind of.
"danika" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"Now back to chat with danika thing. You probably noticed as i keep trying to probe to see where this all comes from you because like hearing you talk about supplements adopted gin and you have such a deep way of looking at life and and and you know your life in the life. The plan like just how everything works in this world. Where does that come from like. We're as the inspiration for that. I mean kind of what i was saying. I think that you come in with certain guys. She's talking about this yesterday. I'm like i think i came in like you know. I'm not exactly like i've got some everybody's unique for sure but like you know you just you know feel like maybe you've done these things before you've been there. You just kind of get it you know you just. I mean there's other stuff. I don't but you know like math. I'm horrible at mass but That was not a gift of god. Not a not a talent. I've had but Apparently i was never good at math and other lives either than maybe but But where did it come from. I mean i haven't insatiable curiosity for the nature of reality and where that came from. I'm gonna say you said the word vale which is kind of what led me into this convert this this part of the conversation. Because that's like a trigger word to more. And so i would say that to me vale feels thinner like i feel connected to spirit world more so connected to the quantum field connected to energies We got on and started talking about Whether or not. I was gonna put these things in which the only reason why i have. These is because. I'm running the boston marathon. And i have a garmin and there's no way to plug into it so i have to use these and if i'm gonna go out run twenty miles. I'm going to need to hear but normally i i would rather ground in because i like. I don't like ems. I don't like frequencies and i'm really sensitive to them. So that's something where you know. I can just purely feel frequency. I can even hear it and so that stuff's going on all the time. Everything is electrical. Everything is charged were charge. Everything is charged and so so i just. I've always been able to feel that and having intuition about Intuition and feeling so. I guess i'm trying to give you like i can feel it now. I don't know why. I can feel it other than the fact that i think. Somehow it's like you hear a lot of spiritual people talk about an antenna like an tuning into frequency since everything is vibrating. Then it's like it's like turning the dial to like you know one on one point five instead of you know. Oh now i wanna go to one of seven point nine gift to turn the To tune yourself and to get into the frequency to hear it to understand it to feel it. no it and I just you know. Perhaps maybe i just more tuned into some of those more. Would things more things you can't see and do you think part of that being tuned in has to do with the way you eat the the lifestyle. You're living the exercise. Oh yeah. I think that really helps the only thing i can think of. That might might dad. When i was young he would say when i was..
"danika" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"And i just remember the way he was describing. That story i was like. Can you imagine if people knew that. Eddie veteran theo epstein. Were there at that moment just lying on their backs. Or i will say atlanta's morissette. I think she's amazing and she was so fascinating to me because she was super deep the whole time. She was with danika. Patrick but she talked about how she was dropped by one of a record labels and then she came out and did you oughta know and it blew up in the way she told that story was like. Wow that's fascinating. Listened to that better one and i listened to the deal because i i like is music so much. So that was and like she's always. I'm a big howard stern listener. And she's been on there a bunch of times and she's a great interview. She very interesting interview..
Shailene Woodley Confirms Engagement With Aaron Rodgers
"Shaly. Woodley has confirmed her engagement to aaron rodgers. Let's just say she's not exactly the man of her dreams. It's kind of funny. Here's what she told. Jimmy fallon yes. We are engaged. We are engaged for us. It's not new news. You know so. It's kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out over it. And we're like we've been engaged for awhile. He's office a wonderful incredible human being. But i never thought i'd be engaged. Somebody who threw balls rarely when i grow up. I'm gonna marry someone who who throws balls okay cheese. That was a very first interview about the engagement. I i will take some balls thrown up. I'll take all that catching the balls. All those all probably thinks it's that she doesn't know much about football that she's not really into sports. Maybe he's sick of being gushed about all the time i don't know but it's kind of funny. How she like. She says she's never seen the game. She's never watched him. She's everyone watched football. She knows everybody keeps telling her apparently to watch youtube highlights how great he is and she's just like nah part of his life right. Sometimes it's better. I was dating a rapper at one time. Which is name but he was pretty big rapper. But i wasn't interested. Because i wasn't i didn't understand. I didn't know his music. I didn't understand. And i didn't even know you know what level he was at and all my friends were like you. Gotta listen listen to the music but you you have to get into your partners thing just to be able to experience first of all. Y'all i love that you guys are like. Oh she's engages is fine. she's a football player. The only thing i could have seen in the interview is how upset she lean was that he did say that they were engaged. Like show was trying to keep it on the hush for mill. Because she was a we're engaged like he honestly and we always talk about it. The tables turn how men try to hide being in a relationship with women. But i feel like prochet. She is like one of those private celebrities. Who doesn't want to be in the spotlight. And who doesn't want. Yes because the danika or he hasn't been you know away from his other girlfriend. That rodney timelines timelines at the time. So as far as we understand they confirmed danika and erin confirmed their break-up in july twenty twenty seven months ago but she leans like we've been engaged for a while so she says so. Mike did they engage after a month. The data thought t's though oh don't do that about shayla little question of putting the way she leads says it as far as like. I don't know why it's such a big deal with engaged for so long and almost seems like they've been together for year exactly exactly. My problem is and i'm sorry she leaned. I really wanna be down for this engagement. There's something about him and he only dates famous women. That scares me a little bit.
"danika" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB
"Generally Click on ESPN or ESPN's my home screen a lot and the stupid byline header was Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers to jerk Alpha's by the way broke up and I'm thinking to myself like Shit and we're what can I have sports back like wh my life becoming. I don't care but they're both jerks even though one is much more attractive than the other. And I. You. I. Don't know why we have like five articles about this. Because the world is. So. Sports deprived. It's become the Dash Ian Network sports world. Thing and by the way below Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers story was Eric Bledsoe Russell Westbrook test positive for Covid I don't know man I think the priorities here are all messed up Right this whole world is gone it's gone to plaid we all gone mad. Gone. What are we got on this thing?.
"danika" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Has long made a triumphant return of the jungle we had Cesar Ruiz for a lot of the the high point of the day why is the fact we had two golden tickets wrapped not only to put you in the same day now it's on the same day but two of the same hour not only two in the same hour but to back to back I think that's a jungle record not gonna record you want to set the course for a lot of clients that's not good enough you want to make it three Hey I'm doing if it really quickly who still has a golden ticket look that Ariel Helwani Danika in Jacksonville Jon Vegas four remaining golden ticket recipients one of them would have to call and have it ripped to making three I'm gonna suggest that's not going to happen it was not gonna call today Danika usually does not call in that's we're talking about Jackson going we're not doing that you never know about coun Vegas callin Vegas possibly could call and get ripped drizzle on not sure has called yes because he got his sell instead of looking for that third be happy you got your two and that happened earlier case you missed it it sounded like this first racks in Albuquerque called is it any surprise to anybody anywhere Iraq's got his golden ticket snatched and I'm the cooler you back up hack actually I'm more like the color judging by the six foot rope I just spent the commode the.
"danika" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I think the one thing he did see he felt the pressure coming from the backside he looked around his left shoulder to see everybody coming down or come only and he slid down for the please to give opportunity for field goals a loss of six it's another sack that six sacks for the bills today views of the credited with that one and now it will be a forty one yard field goal attempts correction it's a loss of two Fairbairn twenty of twenty five this year on field goals this one set up on the far hash markets a high snap he pulls it down the side of right it's sixteen to eleven with ten fifty five to play in the fourth quarter yes it is we'll take a time out this is what's what's covered up the NFL playoffs hi am Danika Patrick and proud aunt watching my nieces grow play and learn is amazing but not every child gets to be carefree one in six kids in the US are hungry one in six that little girl sitting alone at the playground she can't play like the other kids she doesn't have the energy because she's hungry school lunch will be her only mail today it breaks my heart that this is the reality in our country but it's something that feeding America is working to change each year the feeding America network of food banks rescues billions of pounds of good food that would have gone to waste this food is then provided to families and children in need being a kid should be about using your imagination learning and having fun these children shouldn't have to miss out.
Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last
"Patrick is one of the most recognizable professional female athletes in the world. She succeeded in the male dominated. Industry of professional motor. Sports broke the record for the most top ten finishes of any female in the NASCAR. Actually she almost has too many first female to titles to count. She's been named Time's one hundred. Most influential people list appeared in fourteen Super Bowl ads and grace the cover of sports illustrated. She may have retired from racing. But it's far from slowing down. Danika is also a winemaker clothing designer author and most recently a podcast host. We are so excited to have you Danika. Welcome to the couch. Thanks I'm on a chair. Technically you're we are on the couch. You're on the chair to the chair. Dang it okay edit it is take that as a lawyer would say so they ride it for us to talk to you one of the most celebrated drivers of all time because you were talking to people that are the worst drivers of all time so it just feels like this is a big moment for us. Yeah do you guys have cars. No I had to get better at driving licences which is scary that we were given honestly. I remember when I got my license. I got my license. The day I turned sixteen. You can take classes in school drivers identifiable or or drive right as I believe it was called when I was growing up which is out of school so that you can time it right to get it on your birthday as opposed to waiting till the end of the semester stor anyway so I get my license and I think that I scared my driving instructor because I usually didn't slow down until the car in front mm-hmm backed up as in like I saw tail lights but until they are actually closing the distance between my front bumper and his rear bumper. I didn't break and I freaked him out. Okay I want to get into your background. Just Skim your resume for us. I grew up in Northern Illinois. I was actually born in Wisconsin. Born in beloit late Wisconsin grew up in south boy and I started racing. Go karts when I was ten. My Mom and dad met on a blind date at a race. Some like my mom has been going to the racetrack and my dad has been racing racing since he was a kid. I came along not far after My parents Probably I think they got married in nineteen eighty. There were twenty one. I came along about twenty two years old old and then I started racing at ten and at sixteen I moved to England lived there for three years racing. I left highschool my junior year and got my ged. My good enough diploma And at that point in time thought man I better make this racing thing work and came back to the states. Didn't have a job for a couple of years. But then got taken in by Bobby Ray Hall Hall. Who is a guy who used to race indy cars and had an Indycar team and he started a lower level team for me and that went well and then two years of that and I was racing? Indy cars ours and then I did any cars for seven years and then I RACE NASCAR. For about seven years. There was a little overlap in them but I did each of them for about that long and retired tired in two thousand eighteen super easy. So that's great. I WanNa talk about all this. I have so many questions for you before we kind of dive into how a passion and a hobby became not only your career but really a historic moment for female athletes. What is not on in your wicked pedia or website that we should know about you? I don't know what's on my wikipedia at one point in time on my wikipedia. I went to college. So that's sure as Hell L. Notch as I only have. Ged Did you ever think about going to college. Now Well when I was a kid when I was ten when I started racing I thought I would go to college for engineering so I could learn how to work on my car Because I want to be a race car driver but that was ten and then probably by eleven. I stopped thinking about that. You you had other things now. What do you consider your driving force Pun intended my dreams? I'm just kind of a dreamer so I like to do things. At their furthest extent goals that go beyond something. I think it's important to have goals that. Go beyond the obvious What's the pride of the simplest example is my winery so I make a wine? The name of the wine is SOM- NEOM which mainstream in Latin and if my goal Oh was to make money which I haven't done yet and it's been ten years I would have sold it a long time ago right because that's dumb business but my the goal is not to make money. I believe it will when I- -CCOMPLISH my other goal which is to help people come together from wine To to share and put their phones away and connect like we just don't do so well anymore To go to the valley and Experience Napa Valley and experience since how wonderful it is to just be nature and understand the farming and understand the details of everything the romance of popping the Cork like just the whole thing so so I want to share. That experience helped people. Just feel that. And that's what made me fall in love with it and why I wanted to winery. So that's really my ultimate goal. If it my goal was to make money I would have sold it right so you know. Just have a goal that goes beyond. Let's say another example be fitness if my goal was to lose weight well. What do you do once you've done that? My goal is is to challenge my mind so it keeps me going back into the gym to make up new workout. See what else I can do. See how far or I can push myself Create new challenges new goals like I love the mental challenge of it but if my goal was to be fit well I'm fit now what you're done done. It's like weight. Loss with eating. My goal is to feel good so if my goal is just to lose weight through eating and I do that. Then what you'll never not wanna feel-good I'd eat to feel good. That never ends so. It's about creating a goal that goes beyond something either obvious or more
"danika" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay
"Host burn roadway and this is the place to share stories of signs and messages received from the other side before we get to the show today just a quick and friendly reminder that if you would like to hear more episodes of sides from the other side please be sure to subscribe in Apple. Podcasts maybe also tell a friend thank you so much for listening onto the show two and a half weeks ago. Damage Miller shared a photo on twitter and said this is one of the very few pictures I have taken with both of my parents since my brother passed away seven years ago and look who decided to show up for the family photo. Can we all just believe that heaven is real in angels exist in the photo you can see Damacus? Mom Danika her dad and a light shine down as if to say. See this perfect spot right here. That's for me. That's where I'm standing. I'm still with you. I'm still part of this family. Tanaka's tweet was liked over. Eighty eight thousand times in re tweeted over forty seven hundred times and when I reached out to her to come on this podcast. She graciously agreed Danika. Hi How are you good? How are you thank you again so much for doing this? Absolutely I'm happy to your tweet touch so many people. I'm guessing you weren't expecting that. No not at all not at all I I really just shared it for. You know my friends and family that follow me and yeah it just blew up and I had no anticipation of that happening. It's an incredible photo. Did you notice the light right away? Yeah actually still when we were taking the picture like I said. I don't have many pictures with my mom and dad so we went to slippery rock homecoming. That's where both my brother and I went to college. And interestingly my brother actually played football for slippery rock The right before he passed so he started as a true freshman. And my family. And I've just always felt closer to him when we go there and he was older than me so I kind of followed in his footsteps after he passed and I ended up going to The Barack as well so we were there for the homecoming and I asked my friend. Can you take a picture of my parents than me? You know. We don't get pictures together? Often she was trying to take photo and as she was taking it she was like. There's a light in the picture. You guys moving down a little bit to get this laid out the picture and I was like. Yeah sure so. We actually moved and she was like it was the craziest thing it was like the light moved with. You was like y'all move down. She was like it just like followed along your dad's shoulder so Yeah so then afterwards. Yeah we took that picture and it was. Yeah it was just we looked at it and I was like I knew instantly I was just like it's like he's right there with us standing exactly where he's supposed to And just being in a place where you know we feel closer to him and we were watching his team play and they you know they always do a good job of making us feel so loved and included. It's kind of meant to be you know so I was telling you earlier that I was the I I do my research and you know you have to be a bit of an Internet Stalker so I was so far back on your instagram and I was like I'm like skinny. Show up on Thanksgiving to the family. 'cause I just love this family? Mom and dad seems to the way you write about them. It is so sweet. It's obvious that you're very close and it seems like you were so close with Derek instill a text from him one of your birthdays. That was so cute and showed your closeness. Were you very close growing up? How many years apart are you? We're three years apart but two grades Yeah so we yes. We were so close growing up. I mean I followed in his footsteps in everything that he did so like when it came to sports we were both athletes throughout our elementary junior high and high school so any sport than he would try. I would try to when his friends over. I always be running and trying to keep up with the boys you know the the most I would say. It's a blessing and a curse but we were definitely our closest right before he passed because he was twenty. I was seventeen. It was like we were getting older. We kind of grew out of that phase where you now have they buy a little bit and you know they got on each other's nerves and and my brother would constantly like play tricks on you play jokes on me and You know I was always so annoyed but yeah that was obviously like when we were in in high school and stuff but when he named away to college you know I would just like. Oh my gosh I missed him so much and he couldn't come home often because like I said he played football so Yeah but when I could see him and when he was home for that summer Right before he passed we were we were so close which is a blessing and a curse. It's such a blessing because you know either way like I got to spend that that special time with him and you know grow that bond even more before he passed but then it it almost makes it. You know even harder to have lost my best friend and brother all in one but signs have you received. I feel like I've received so many Though just like little things that you know I kind of a tribute to him would be like cardinals and stuff like that but but even like deeper than that I was on my birthday and I was. I was walking in our cafeteria getting my lunch and at slippery rock and there was nobody around me like no one around me and I felt a tap on my shoulder and I turned around and like I said there was nobody there. So what's wrong physical touch that like? I attribute it to him because there wasn't anyone around me at all. I felt the crap so strongly that I turned around to say like talking to me. He wants to say something and was going around me. It's so that it was on my birthday. Yeah exactly that's exactly what I was just GonNa say we always say on this show? You know something happens and you're like could it be and then there's always something to to validate it like it's a special date or it's it's always something like they come in twos to say like if incase. Uber wondering if is this is the confirmation. I'm wishing you a happy birthday. Yes exactly and you know. I've had dreams about him. That are just still real and I. I think I mentioned this. You know I had a lot of backlash on my tweet saying like you know. It's a ray of light it you know. It's just the glare from the camera and I'm like you know. I understand that people have their own beliefs. You know that may be different from mine but if this is what gives me peace and this is what gives me comfort. I'm going to believe it. You know it's it's how I got through and you know there's certain things that have happened to me as far as signs dreams that I don't even second guess it anymore. I'm like Oh that was him. That was definitely him. It's coral and though you know dreams that I've had of him where he just talked to me and had conversations with me about current things going on in my life and you know just letting me know that he's okay does Does it feel real like they say the difference between a dream and visit dreams kind of had that underwater feeling? And it's kind of like weird things happen and it feels like not tactile but if it's a visit it feels tactile like you could touch them. You could smell them. You could hear the yeah. Yeah and see that. I've had dreams where he wasn't speaking to me me almost like I read his mind like I knew exactly what he was telling me. Exactly what I'm saying the rather dreams where I could hear his voice fully I've given him hooks and they felt so real and so like solid and like it was no lifelike and they're just they're so comforting and I feel like in every dream. He has some kind of underlying message that he's telling me and it's just so special another thing that happened to me. This is probably one of the biggest things that had happened to. The this was two years ago I was. I woke up in the morning and was feeling very anxious about something that was going on in my life. I was sad I was missing my brother a lot and a lot of times when I'm going through something even when you know my brother was still alive. He used the person that I would talk to. 'cause WE WERE LIKE. I said Super Close and would share those things with each other so now that he's gone. I don't let that you know. Take Away I. I still talk to him when when I'm going through something and on that morning particularly I was talking to him out loud and I was like you know it's not fair that your God and I wish you were here. You know this hard for me what I was going through and I was just talking to him and letting him know that I loved him and Tim and I got him car. Probably two minutes after this and opened up my garage door and as I was backing out of my garage my sensor on my car started beeping. I looked in my rear view mirror and I saw him across the back of my car. It was seven in the morning so I saw that in my rear view mirror off. Yeah my sensor went off so I immediately looked at my backup camera and I saw a you know like a body walking past and I looked up in my rear view mirror and you know even the change of my eyes for my backup camera up to my rear view mirror. I still saw like the person so I backed the whole way out and once again there was nobody there and like I said it was seven in the morning like and nobody just walks through my front yard or to my house. You know just knowing knowing what I saw was him and I didn't see his his full face. I saw his side profile and he was like. I said he was walking. You know right past the back of my car His hands were in his pocket. He was wearing a maroon buddy gray sweatpants and he has a Maroon. Hoodie that we you know. We still have of his It works like that. Exact now has His hands were in his pocket. His hood was up and I could just see like part of his face and his hair was a little bit longer like it was when he was a junior in high school He had like longer shaggy hair. And what's weird is when I dream about him. He usually has that longer hair. Oh I mean right yeah But that's what he had was longer shaggy hair and I just knew the second that I saw him that it was him and like my heart. Just dropped my stomach and he was gone and yeah but it was just one of those things where like I didn't even second guess myself I was just like. Oh my gosh there. He is and I backed out and I was like looking for him and there is nothing else though. Yeah but that's another way of saying of him saying I'm here and I heard you and it. You know the way different signs. Come through the fact that your brother and sister and he kind of teased you growing up tap on the shoulder. This walking pass making the Sensor. Go off is these are kind of. They're kind of things brother would do to make himself known that I'm here with you. Absolutely I think another thing this is just you know. I'm not this one. I'm not so sure of but I just attributed to him. Was you know I was going through a difficult time and talking to him once again and on my drive? I saw cardinal and I was just like I was like Oh maybe maybe that same showing me as time. Because I've heard you know people Martin Luther butterflies just like attributes. These certain things but I was in such a negative mindset. That was just like you know that could have been him. But it's probably not and then I continued driving driving to the gym and when I got to the gym. I pulled up my instagram. And the first thing that popped up on my feed. Was this message. I it was from one of those like Are Drake or That rainbow salt girl. I don't know if you if you follow them. But they host these like racial close Lying it was like it was just. It was just like a written message that said like you know. I hope that you're you know you're living your life to the fullest and that you're happy I know what it's like to be sad Out My brother. I don't know if.
"danika" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Of people not even anything about who you are the person, 'cause they don't know you're just like an avatar on the screen. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. I think the the the biggest thing for me. And you look at go back to when danika Patrick came on the scene. You know NASCAR. It's a. Blamed NASCAR a little bit. It's they, they throw it at you constantly constantly constantly and, and circumstances, a little different between danika but, you know, we like we go back to the equipment side of things. And they're like, oh checkout. Wallace weekend next biggest thing coming up, and, and we run twenty fifth and then you go back next week. And hey, check out walls. You know, he's this isn't that run twentieth. And it's like okay. People want winners. You know, people, you know, you talk about somebody, you know, they're doing something big, not, not somebody this, and then and then that turns in all they're only doing it because he's black. And so it's like here we go. Now, you know it. So I kinda blamed NASCAR for, you know, it's like let me, let me create my own flame. You know, I don't need you guys to, you know ignite it for me. I can I can get it going. We're going to have some big moment. So it'd be interesting to see how it all, you know, shook out from from day one, if we didn't have that kind of. City. But then again, if we didn't would I be here today? So it's kind of a catch twenty two but but it's just a fine line at all. Yeah, I guess there's also kind of tricky for them, because it they are doing this in part because you're black, right. And they have diversity initiatives that they look they got brands on cars trying to sell stuff and they would've meaning eyeballs. Unless they don't wanna agree to. Bella yellow to get out here. They would have pitch this stuff. But I guess it does put you in a trick bag in that sense in that what people are assuming that ties into their politics everything else. Now, you become like the, the, the you're the object these things for them. Yeah. For sure and sit there and think about, I see, I see, you know, we have a the diversity side of, of motor sports is growing especially NASCAR, whether that's in the stands. You know, a part of the teams at three strikes, whatever it is. And I sit there and I'll see I'll show up to the track. And and, and you'll see some African American fans that are wearing chase Elliott t shirt or Jimmy Johnson t shirt and part of me is things like, okay, one does. I know I'm in do they care, right? Are they like this guy in any good? You know, it's like it's I wonder what they think. And and, and I sit there and wonder that a lot yesterday. I was driving down the highway. And I'll look over and I see. To after American girls in the car next to me, and I see an old. I actually were texting about earlier an old Clinton lawyer, t shirt. And I'm like. It was it was really awesome. I wouldn't even Cup series when he's run this car. And so it was.
"danika" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"danika" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"But one time I wrote a bio that said like danika bestselling author motivational speaker visiting ended up getting old event unaware I accidentally published but someone introduced me like that was actually about the book I have yet. But. In general say and Supra claim who you are right. And not I've never had a business plan. We've you know, there's never been in my specific company haven't haven't had investors. It's not the fit for us. But it's you know, it's a beautiful thing. It's right for you. But for me, it's just been about starting and just doing one thing and just putting yourself out there and understanding that your business is going to change you're gonna learn so much from your customer that trying to figure out any possible thing. Go wrong, right. Is just a waste of time. It's just start and you're gonna learn so much as you go. Yeah. All right quickfire. Ladies get ready. Okay. Sara, what's your favorite negatively busting activity? I love just like sweat it out. Yeah. What's your workout of choice? I'm a cardio girl. I love to run. I ran my first marathon last year. And they say that will never be me. Donald J I wanna run a marathon this year. And then one year it was like, I've never. People didn't have any goals of my own. What's everyone's goal? We all wanna do marathons. Sweat these. Okay. Deep ago. What is your favorite self love ritual? Oh, so this is this is a new thing in my life. I'm I'm in the like, I feel like the early days you're like figuring out how to do this thing. But I've been obsessed with every single night writing down three things that I did that day because like otherwise I go to bed nine spending spending spending about the things I didn't do. But if you write down those three things, you're like, wow. I actually like killed it today. So I have this next to my bed, and it's like because I'm trying not to work from bed anymore in might with my laptop because then there's there's zero zero like any balance of any type so writing those three things down. Now, also like looking back at it. You're like, wow, I'm about us Rossa, you know, like just three really good things. And it doesn't always have to be work related like going to yoga and the day or like, you know, just like even taking a meeting it's small things even those small things when you write it down you start to be like, I I really doing this. Danika favorite feel good food food's flaming hot Cheetos now. I actually do. They are so good feel good food. I'm not going to be Lamen plug my business. But that's really all eat. I'm trying to think what else I like to eat. I like kettle chips. I feel like I'm missing I love any sort of cheese puff. Okay out there. And it was my first job. Honestly, my favorite job. They are. Sounds so feels good. I feel great. Okay. Jane, I wish that more women dot thought. I wish that move women would trust the capacity to excel bigger than they have remained most likely bigger than anyone ever told them. They could. Advice that you would give your twenty four early twenties self danika. Have a really hot boyfriend one day, and he's not gonna mind that you're two hundred pounds. That you that? Yeah. I mean, really just that. You're my how I looked at my size. My weight was once I surrendered to my natural size that that my life exploded, whose when I surrendered into how I naturally was. And so that was such that was such a guest. Trust my intuition. We have all the answers inside of us. We just don't create the space to listen. And so we look everywhere else for answers. And we asked everyone to tell us, what's what we love, and what's gonna make us happy. And we never stopped to ask ourselves as good for me. So following joy has been something really practising..
"danika" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"But my mother rose to it and kept us together. And she just sat an incredibly example. And then I got my fist today. Jovan the local alone, and that was never done anything else. Outback steakhouse. Hostess at the most. Most of us go jumps. It was really local on. Small on that started a new community. I'm one of the things I'm committed to bringing back combine building back communities. We need low contra Pernis we made us from his. And danika know, you know, some of your story, but and there's a lot that really lead you to create model meal. So I'd love to hear a little bit more about that. Yeah. I mean, I struggled with food and my body for most of my life. I didn't like I said it Sani when that looks like me in the media was the bigger girl. And so I decided very young. But if I could just lose weight, I could be happy, you know, be worthy. And so I spent most of my life with different very eating disorders struggling a lot with food and moved to New York in two thousand fourteen as a model and decided to try out different kind of eating eating real food and not so like, diet diet and calorie counting, and I just make the whole thirty in changed my life and not so much like it's wasn't even the physical stuff. It was the consciousness it was like I woke up, and I realized that I had gotten used to feeling one way and not realizing there was a greater experience for me. And so I continued in led me down this whole path of self care. But I ended up losing, you know, about forty pounds. And I lost all my modeling. Jobs because big enough anymore because I was must is model. And so I decided, well, you know, I'm really passionate about this foods changed my life. And as a result. I'm putting this person in the world who is more conscious. Who is happier. Who is more connected. And if more people had access to this kind of food, and I can make it easy for people to eat this way. Then I can literally change the world's because what the food that we run on the quality of the experience of life. We're going to have. And so I just started cooking out of my apartment in New York City. I have a two pound dog. It's totally illegal to like run a food business out of your. It did it small scale. And it just grew. Like, you said, it's I mean, it's a long game since nineteen eighty six, but it's a long game for you know, that's where I'm trying to head and it's been really beautiful to see how this food is used. It's medicine, it's healing. And so just to put my energy into something that I love every day, and that helped so many people it's been really special. Experience. Yeah. Big Y. Yeah. Changed my life. Totally good an in that like so much of what we do as women in business and just in life. We put ourselves into it. It becomes deeply personal everything that we do. And you know, for you deep guy, you're you're the face of your brand, and so many ways, and you know, you are, and you know, I I can imagine that it's kind of hard to make it personal. But then not take things personally. Right. So how do you of create that boundary? I mean, it it's tough and even on the beauty influencers site. It's also so crazy to me hearing like how many parallels I feel with everything you're saying about like going up and that was the exact motivation. I had of not seeing Brown girl in the media. And and feeling that sort of like why not me feeling and and what what did I have to change about myself? I mean, I dyed my hair blonde. Blue. I grew up in Texas. So I wanted to look like all the blondes around there. But it's just like it's it makes me made me so sad after entering into the beauty industry. And I felt like at a point. I was like the token Brown, girl, and all these beauty campaigns..
"danika" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To your insurance agent to sit where you find out where you sit and good for you for asking. Does it matter at a park and not at somebody's house? Again. I don't think so I don't think so. But again, if there's a co op, then then I would find out you have insurance home owner's insurance. And then what I would do is see if you can't ensure the co op itself, but but it's what happens is would be one of the moms effectively suing herself. Yeah. So what do you still want to be sure if you're covered you always want to be crazy? Yeah. They are. So. Yeah. Time for a conversation with the insurance agent for sure I have conversations with my insurance agents my insurance agent constantly to see 'em. I covered am. I not covered. Let's look at this. Do I have to add a writer because I'm paranoid about people coming after me, and I want to make sure that I'm insured because I've told you time and time again when I go Bill, how do I protect myself get lots of insurance because in the end, assuming you are liable assuming there's an argument. Yeah. Handed over the insurance company and say you take care of this. Because that's what you're paying for not only do they write checks to the other side. But they also defend you, someone files a lawsuit. And the insurance is something that's covered under the insurance. They also pay for the attorney to represent you. That's why I love insurance so much. Hello danika. Welcome to handle on the law. Her husband decided. For the having custody issues. Children is under a euro fighting saying that he can have the child overnight, blah, blah, blah. I haven't got the attorney paperwork done because he takes the child over the night and take Fairchild even carpeting or whatnot out of state interstate always act. Why would you take a one year old camping? Not really the most famous person in the world. Okay. Well, I mean, that's just strange. So if he takes a kid out of state in the state, I'm assuming you're ref referring to any kidnap charges. Yeah. Not really not rhyming camping no out of state, certainly and what she has to do is immediately. Go to a judge. I mean right now and get a temporary order of primary custody pending a hearing, especially since the child is an infant. There's a situation where he hates the child who doesn't come back for hours on ours doesn't do it hours. Doesn't do it. Okay. That's not kidnapping. He's dad, and until a judge orders a custody issue or gives a custody order, you know, he's entitled to the kid half the time. He's still dad danika now is the child breastfeeding, for example, still. Oh, yeah. That's that's an issue. It's time to go into court instantly. Tell your friend to get her butt into court. I mean now and get a judge to make that order. That's what she has to do. It's real simple. This is handle on the law. And there is Tessa.
"danika" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"danika" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"Well, can she put herself in position to make history? A lot of drivers left to go here. She comes checkered flags out danika. Patrick second. Lap is quickest of all and just shy of a new track record here. Danika Patrick one hundred ninety six point four three four miles per hour. Danika Patrick right now, the quickest the gal to beat here in Daytona be. Give me one of those things in ten twenty thirty years. I look back on and think something of it whatever that may be. But at this point in time is just about going out there and getting when you can't from the car working hard, and and making the most of my opportunities now, I think that's I think I'm gonna happier in the end because I'll been more focused during so I'll I'll let you all talk about what that means. I don't know. I'm just turning left which brings us to danika Patrick the next female to make splash in the Cup series coming from IndyCar was a big learning curve. She landed a time ride with Stewart Haas racing. The first woman in Cup history to do. So and scored the pole at Daytona. She went on to race for seven years making one hundred ninety one starts, but who is coming after danika now that she's retired for pretty awesome. That I'm with proudly. Because they have the truck Arca TNN all under one roof. And when I I might save it. I just knew it can be a really good set, and he's wonderful guy. And I'm really excited to learn from. I think it's really going to be a great year in two thousand nineteen Natalie decker will race part time in the truck series. Having competed in the arc arising series for two years and earning eleven top ten finishes this year. It's been really my dream season. Everything that we wanted to accomplish was accomplished at your and with my crew with my team, everyone on the Martine. They gave me the opportunity that I don't goals I wanted to -ccomplish nine needed to accomplish this myself just to keep the ball rolling in my career. And I think that it's year. I kind of I knew I need to get away. Even though it was like it could happen. It could not have we do this season. I knew it was possible. We had everything had to work out. Good back to Hailey Degan. She made history last year when she won in the NASCAR Canaan pro series west returning to the series with is on a championship. Countless doors will open if she keeps pushing forward. One hundred seventy five million dollars spent to renovate a race track. That I think everybody in the industry has for many years looked at is probably one of the most exciting come into Phoenix to ISM raceway. Julie Gieszi is the brand new president of ISM raceway. I have been part of the project team developing in working on all these renovations. Because I've been here for the last two years getting getting my way around and seeing everything come to life. It's it's remarkable where so proud of what we've accomplished and excited to show everyone what we've done in two thousand eighteen Julie Geezer took over ISM raceway in Phoenix. And is overseeing the redesign of the tracking grounds working in motor sports for almost two decades. She has become a major player in the marketing and redevelopment of several tracks, including the Daytona rising project from the competition side, they go from Bill junior. Just kind of his knowledge know what what his gut feeling is. It's still his company, but the fact is is that his role has. Really been sort of hands off let Kelly run the company, and he drops in a good fit. One of the biggest influences in the sport has been the Earnhardt family, but not the drivers you're thinking of Kelley Earnhardt Miller, Dale, jR, sister has led junior motor sports with him since it started in two thousand one she is now co owner, and is credited with running the entire operation CEO of of the International Speedway corporation and recently was named the most powerful woman in sports Lesa, France Kennedy, so important to continue to modernize as tracks and to be able to bring the.
"danika" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Heard danika mckellar who played Winnie Cooper on. The wonder years is forty four today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm deal Willman. It's day. Thirteen of the partial government shutdown. Lawmakers remain at odds over how to end the impasse. Even after key members of congress met with President Trump at the White House on Wednesday leaders from both parties went to the White House for a briefing on border security afterward. The only thing they seem to agree on was. There was no progress made on ending the shutdown. Democrats are moving ahead with the vote in the house on legislation that would fund the government, but the White House opposes the plan. That's NPR's Asia. Roscoe the latest meanwhile are expected to meet again on Friday for further discussions, the US ambassador to Russia has visited Paul Whalen. He's the American who's been detained in Moscow since last Friday Wieland is accused of espionage NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports according to the State Department embassador Jon Huntsman went to the porta detention facility to offer assistance to Paul Whalen, the ambassador then spoke by phone. With Williams family secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says he's trying to learn more about the charges. Then if the detention is not appropriate. We will demand is immediate return. Paul williams. Brothers says he was in Moscow for a wedding and denies. He's a spy will and served in Iraq with the marines receiving a bad conduct discharge in two thousand eight he currently oversees security at an auto parts company in Michigan. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news. The State Department South Korea's spy agency is told lawmakers there that North Korea's acting ambassador to Italy has gone into hiding with his wife. The announcement followed unconfirmed reports that the diplomat had sought asylum from an unidentified western country. 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Republican state Senator rob Bradley, a chief architect of the state's medical pot laws says the current administration has been slow to allow doctors to prescribe pot. And fortunately, we have a law in place that that provides for more licenses to be issued as more patients come online. We just need the executive branch to issue. Those licenses Florida also limits the number of grower distributors that allows to operate which has led to legal challenges from rejected nurseries. It's one of thirty three states that have legalized some form of medical marijuana for. NPR news, I'm of acquired Don in Jacksonville police in Denmark, say two more bodies have been found in the wreckage from Wednesday's train crash that raises the death toll to eight and Denmark's deadliest railway accident in thirty years. 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Comey says Americans should "use every breath we have" to get rid of Trump in 2020
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LeBron ensures legacy with ground-breaking school
"Dot com no better place to get everything back to school from a to z NBA great LeBron James is opening a public school for challenged children in his. Hometown of Akron Ohio James who's leaving. The Cleveland Cavaliers to, join the Los Angeles Laker, trend in his. Hometown of, Akron Ohio James. Who's leaving. The Cleveland. Cavaliers to join the Los Angeles Lakers says this'll be one of the. Greatest moments if not the greatest of my life the I promise school will initially house two hundred forty third, and fourth graders. Before expanding James admitted to having jitters before the school opened on Monday Harley Davidson says it will introduce an electric motorcycle next year it'll be called. Livewire and it'll come with no clutch gears Harley Davidson plans to expand the line over the next few years the American. Motorcycle company says it will also open smaller storefronts in. Urban areas to broaden its appeal Harley Davidsons been facing dwindling sales in the US a, team of, international investigators has released its report on the. Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy four years ago AP correspondent Rita Foley reports, the, plane, vanished on a flight from Colombo to Beijing with two hundred thirty nine people on board they, think, somebody, deliberately flew the aircraft was spot in the Indian Ocean. Where presumably crashed who and why still a mystery they say the pilots and the passengers. Are not suspects the chief investigator brought up the idea of a third party to use his phrase someone for instance who may have held the pilots Hostage but he says no ransom demands have. Ever been made danika weeks husband Paul was on the plane we're further ahead of funding, I loved, ones or what happened to them Four and a. Half years on that's frustrating I'm Rita Foley Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top. Twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and. Podcast one while there be sure to subscribe rate, and review that's the AP top. Twenty five. College football podcast.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappearance still a mystery
"It is. One of aviation's greatest mysteries what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy which vanished four years ago. On a flight of Beijing Rita Foley. Says there's a new report a team of international investigators says somebody deliberately diverted that aircraft and fluid for more than seven hours before it presumably, crashed into the Indian Ocean but who. And why chief investigator cook sue. Tune says they don't. Know it wasn't the pilot all of the. Passengers were cleared as well he says the can't rule out a third party is he put, it holding the pilots hostage but. No ransom demands were made this is agonizing for family members like danika weeks whose husband Paul was one of the two hundred thirty nine people on board ludicrous that you can lose a Boeing. Triple seven story long on we still have. No idea? Where they are what happened I'm Rita Foley report prepared by a. Nineteen member international team reiterated Malaysia's assertion of, plane, was deliberately. Diverted Stuck in traffic we've got the answer Brought to. You by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans thirds is go watch out for. A large bag in the left lane, it's do eighty northbound just after ocean Geneva then Lorenzo. It's a stall in the middle lane eight eighty northbound before his Sperry and you're slow from Dakota road an earlier accident still has you very slow getting onto the San Mateo bridge ninety two eastbound jammed from hillsdale boulevard to the mid span of. The bridge good half hour delay there Eddie. May have no civil shaking, near Hercules we have a three point seven, magnitude earthquake.
Twitter slams Danica Patrick's opening monologue at ESPY Awards
"This is the? Mytalk now. Trending report interesting day. On the World Wide Web Google trends and entertainment people are, either loving or. Hating danika Patrick's open opening monologue for the Espy. Awards last night there were a lot of uncomfortable pauses and nervous laughter if you just joined us so we played some of. That audio earlier she took shots at. LeBron James Ben Simmons the. US soccer team just a few and this is the first time a woman has hosted. The SP's also trending director Todd Phillips standalone, joker movie starring Joaquin Phoenix will hit theaters on October fourth two thousand nineteen people. Are anxious to see any artwork from that we're seeing the first look at posters, and the San Diego. Comic con that's also training it starts today there's burning questions like will we see the future of. DC movies and what they look like. Will we see footage from wonder woman nineteen Eighty-four and will..
Wrestlers sue Ohio State over late doctor's "rampant sexual misconduct"
"And spend the next thirty days under survey Shen at their local hospitals and Massai which. Is about an hour's drive from here Banker ABC news Chiang, Rai Thailand, right she said who she was there Ohio State University, facing lawsuit claiming university. Administrators knew about sexual abuse allegations against a former athletic. Doctor or wrestlers are suing the, university claiming, coaches and. Administrators were repeatedly told about accusations, against, Richard Strauss who died in two thousand five the lawsuit claims that the abuse. Wasn't limited, to the wrestling team but happened to male athletes in fourteen, sports in April the university admitted it had opened an investigation into the accusations the lawsuit comes after former wrestlers accused Ohio. Congressman Jim Jordan of turning his back on the abuse accusations against the doctor while he was? An assistant. Wrestling coach of the university Jordan wasn't mentioned in the lawsuit. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio can leak celebrating an eight six ten inning win over the National League in the MLB all-star game in DC Astros teammates Alex, Bergman bregman and George Springer hit back to back home runs on top of the temps to break up five all tie with the, AL in front for good and auto racing Star danika Patrick host, the twenty sixth annual..
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
Will Power fills in major blank of his career with Indy 500 victory
"I'm c j miller here's what's trending at eight oh two great megan toma black smoke out there and it's a pretty good size that's forest calling in from the west side into into the ninetythree wibc newsroom this morning and those trucks from the wayne township fire department on their way to help put out several homes on fire in brown's berg at least three homes inflames on james blair drive not far from west fifty second and raceway road in brown's berg the fire department says those homes are now outs and no one was hurt the end of danika patrick's racing career after crashing a lap sixty seven yesterday during the indy five hundred patrick says she was done i don't i don't really know exactly what happened obviously that's nothing you you're targeting so just came around on exit finish thirtieth but it was willpower whose face will be next to go on the borgwarner trophy kirk darling i just went for it and i got i got nothing left exhausted screaming willpower in victory lane after taking the checkered flag in the indianapolis five hundred he's the first australian ever to win the race it's also roger penske's seventeen five hundred win as a team owner teen wins i guess now you gotta worry about eighteen so i'm going to not look back there look forward we'll be back next year power is also the first driver ever to win both the indycar gp and the indy five hundred in the same month cart darling ninetythree wibc mobile news shot and killed while on the job police say a man working at the dollar general near fifty six than emerson on the northeast side of india was murdered during a robbery yesterday afternoon you could find the photos of the accused killer wibc dot com president trump calling him a hero now jason semen is out of the hospital and ready to talk about what happened friday at noblesville west middle school police say seaman saved the lives of students when a boy came into the school with two guns stephen tackle that boy to the ground but was hit three three times he's talking to the media this morning at nine o'clock thirteenyearold ella whistler is critical yet table after that shooting and four who's your service members who lost their lives this past year were remembered in washington dc this week you're being asked not only to remember.
“Solo: A Star Wars Story” falls short with $83.3M at box office
"This campaign the bbc's katie watson reporting spain's maritime rescue service says it has rescued three hundred sixty six migrants attempting the dangerous crossing of the mediterranean sea this weekend the service says it's rescue craft intercepted seventythree migrants traveling enforcement boats on sunday adding to the two hundred ninety three migrants had pulled from nine vessels on saturday this is npr news lava from the killer way of volcano reached a geothermal power plant on the big island sunday approaching wells that have been capped to protect against the release of toxic gas should they mix with lava plant spokesman says the lava covered at least one of the geothermal wells over two thousand people remain evacuated from a neighborhood where the volcanic eruption now covers nearly four square miles of land at the box office this holiday weekend the millennium falcon is flying lower than expected npr's bob mondello says franchise fatigue may be setting in with soloist star wars story contributing overall movie box office for this memorial day weekend we'll top last year's by more than twenty five percent but whatever force there is in those numbers is not coming from solo which is flying substantially below projections that were already well below the numbers generated by the last star wars movie rogue one earned one hundred and fifty five million dollars its opening weekend solo we'll have to struggle to reach one hundred and one million why industry observers point to solos mixed reviews and to possible franchise fatigue with disney releasing a new star wars movie every year the last jedi i came out just five months ago so is at least breaking the hundred million dollar mark and no film has done that on memorial day weekend since two thousand fourteen bob mondello npr news washington racecar driver will power won the indianapolis five hundred sunday giving team owner roger penske seventeenth win andy popular driver danika patrick crashed about a third of the way through the race as she ended her racing career i'm jim.
Abc, Tony Kanaan and Nascar discussed on The Hangout
"The biggest day in motorsports daniel ricardo wins the monaco grand prix today sebastian battle second championship leader lewis hamilton third the nb five hundred right now on abc under caution and write about a quarter of the way through with ed carpenter the pole sitter in the lead tony kanaan running second danika patrick is thirteenth nascar tonight at charlotte motor speedway with kyle busch on the poll opening day at the french open nine seed venus williams out in the first round a straight set loss to china's kwan wong something so obvious they call it a no brainer.
Brazil president Michel Temer hopes measures will end crippling strike
"Of wildlife a report from fish and wildlife officials says enormous levels of invasive plants like cheat grass have been found on nearly a hundred sixty thousand square miles of public and private lands and they're spreading that elevates the risk for giant range land wildfires it also puts lots of wildlife in jeopardy including endangered species like the sage grouse added to that the report says there's no immediate solution i'm jan johnson one hundred second running of the indianapolis five hundred is this afternoon at indianapolis motor speedway it will be the final race of danika patrick's career the two hundred lap race begins just after noon eastern time i'm christopher cruise and i'm mark mills in the bloomberg radio newsroom president donald trump said the us would allow chinese telecommunications equipment maker e corporation to remain in business after paying a one point three billion dollar fine changing management and the board and providing high level security guarantees lawmakers in both parties have expressed concern over his decision to soften and earlier us action against e over what commerce secretary wilbur ross called a grievous violations of sanctions on iran and north korea brazil's crippling nationwide trucker's strike is into its sixth day road blockages are starting to wind down after the government deployed armed forces to break up hundreds of truck blockades and a key drivers association asked its members to back down brazil is experiencing shortages of food fuel medicines and chemicals to treat drinking water president trump signed an executive order restricting the activities of unions that represent many of the government's two point one million employees bloomberg's nathan hager reports president trump has signed three executive orders one cuts the length of performance review periods when poor performing feds can't be fired to thirty days right now those periods can range from sixty to one hundred twenty days the second order directs agencies to renegotiate union contracts and the third requires feds to spend no more than twenty five percent of their work time on union matters the trump administration also plans to start charging unions rent for using office space.