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Santos' game-ending FG ends Bears' skid versus winless Lions
"The bears game skid edging the lions sixty to fourteen on thanksgiving Cairo Santos kicked three field goals including the game winning twenty eight yarder as time expired to help Chicago a group of forty seven Dalton threw for three hundred seventeen yards and a touchdown to Jimmy Graham but it was wide receiver Darnell Mooney paced the offense with five catches for a hundred and twenty three yards Jared Goff returns from an oblique injury to throw for a hundred and seventy one yards and touchdown tosses the Josh Reynolds and T. J. Hockenson but it wasn't enough as Detroit dropped the ten and one Denny count the jury
Draisaitl OT goal caps Oilers' 6-5 comeback over Rangers
"The oil is very team record nine in one after scoring for the last five goals in the six five come back over the Rangers Leon dry subtle ended at three twenty seven of O. T. and assisted on Connor McDavid's tying goal with two fifty nine left in regulation capping Abington's three goal third slow start for us and then like a third of US restoring we start right away to get the power play and get everything going on okay really nice wind dry side McDavid and Tyson Barrie each had a goal and two assists for the Oilers while Darnell nurse set up three tallies dry side leads the NHL with twenty three points one more than McDavid make is a band that you had scored twice for the Rangers who are five oh one two in their last seven road games I'm Dave Ferrie
"darnell" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Krista tippett and this is on being. Today, a conversation for our series, the future of hope between Darnell Moore and. Darnell has been a community organizer and force in the movement for black lives, leads and content inclusion at Netflix and is the author of a wonderful memoir, no ashes in the fire. Dream Hampton is best known now for her culture shifting films, including surviving R. Kelly. She began her career as a music journalist covering hip hop and was a celebrated personality and force inside hip hop's formative decades, pioneering a voice for women, and for the influence on culture and community that that music and its makers have. In one of many high profile moments after the rapper, too short, made a video that offered young men tricks for sexually cornering young women. Dream decided, she said, not to call him out, but to call him in. To educate him and make him think in public about his influence on women on men on children. Ebony magazine published their dialog, which the rapper later said had been a wake-up call. You know there's this moment that you've experienced that I want to bring to our attention because as we're talking about abolition and fires, I'm thinking about restorative justice, I'm thinking about notions of calling in and calling people out. We can't have a conversation without talking about that within the present me you, right? And you know, calling in calling out restorative justice that too is a work of justice is also in hope. And one example comes to mind if you were calling the time that you phoned the rapper too short. And then listening to short, you know, it was hot stuff. You fell into short to talk to him about a video he made about how boys can corner girls in a playground pretty much. And that was an act of you like calling in. And for me, I always say to love is to not lie. Like you're not going to go to battle to really help struggle with someone unless there's a love for them. And hope that on the other end of that accountability is self transformation. I wonder if you could just recall that moment and talk a little bit about like calling in as a are calling out or restorative justice accountability is too love. It is also grounded in hope. You know, accepting your definition, I was like, well, wait a minute. Do I love too short? But I'm like, girl, please. You know you do. Like, blow them whistle. I'm like, I probably learned about sex from listening to prince. His early, like, you know, all the stuff he wouldn't perform once he became a Jehovah's Witness. And his first few albums, which were so important in Detroit. And too short, you know, like, yeah, I mean, I'm not saying that's a good way to get your sex education. So and then here's too short. I'm a grown woman. He's almost, you know, he's 40 something years old, still giving kids the super wrong, sex education. I think it was one of those rap sites and I got him on the phone because it had to be like, you know, what are you talking about? And these are all the reasons why this is wrong. And these are how you're putting black girls lives in danger. This is a big part. It's not just black girls and being the consequences in a car solar system to committing sexual crimes is incarceration. You're also putting these black boys, you know, and by like, you know, mouth informing me, I don't want to say misinforming 'cause it's mal intended, right? I don't know that mouth informed is a word, but you know what I mean? The balance involved in making a video telling boys how to commit sexual crimes. And what was revelatory about this? And what made me kind of pause even in the conversation was that he honestly did not understand and this is the larger conversation we need to be having about boys and consent. And just men need to take this work up of being real about where we're lacking and where we have not been having conversations about what consent is. And he just honestly did not understand it that way. It was a revelation for him to hear me talking about being at public pools. You know, growing up and having boys try to take down your top. And the terror of that and how unsafe it made us, you know, in fact, you know? And then again, when you're talking to folks and trying to get them to change their basically worldview or their point of view, we are self interested as you just have a wired as humans, particularly those of us who are human and grew up under capitalism, right? So the self interest part was to say, listen, and hear the consequences if you get caught committing this crime that you're describing. So that piece about this will land black boys in jail has to be a part of that conversation too. I don't like that framework 'cause again, it's incredibly carceral. It relies on this punishment, narrative, as an incentive. You know, and I don't want to do all that, but I am trying to get to a point, however, by hook or crook, where you're understanding what's going on here in terms of what you're really putting down and out.
"darnell" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"In a time as sick with uncertainty as with possibility. Many of us are still and again exhausted, and yet opening fitfully to what we've learned and been called to at this moment in the life of the world. This hour, towards nourishing that, the second offering in our new series, the future of hope. Darnell Moore is one of my beloved conversation partners of recent years. He is a social creative and a force in the constellation of energies that is the movement for black lives. I admire him as a writer and podcaster who deepens and humanizes every subject he picks up. And this hour, we experience him in conversation with the extraordinary Detroit based writer and filmmaker dream Hampton. She's best known right now for co producing the 2021 Oscars and for the culture shifting documentary she executive produced surviving R. Kelly. Here's something Darnell wrote to me about her. She is a sister friend who I've organized alongside, learned from and have been inspired by for more than a decade. She is an astute and natural intellectual artist who is unafraid of challenging our ways of thinking and poses the right questions that might ultimately encourage us to be different in the world. She was the first person I thought about when I began to think about hope and its limitations and possibilities an idea that deserves excavation. So it is a privilege to enter this tender intimate conversation between two dear Friends. In them, we experience a muscular hope and justice, oriented towards redemption and calling out in a spirit of calling in. But you always remind me and I believe you have this training of the best of what we imagine a pastor to be. The best of what we imagine the Solomon model.
"darnell" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Makes me worry less of the at you. Know what. I'm trying to say there. Their third defensemen out there the way he plays the park and and under tipping how how comfortably seems to be. I know. I know it's definitely a question mark on this team but i do think that they can at least make the next step win a playoff round. Make a little bit of a run and mcdavid rights outs like these guys are gonna do their damn thing. They're gonna both get one hundred points. They're both going to dominate any time. There on the ice. Hyman is a huge addition. And it's not just the ability to play with those guys and the play a high level look speed-wise and it's his honey. Badger mentality business favorite term disguise in the dirty areas. It's what edmonton needs. If kassian can get back to play in the way the way that he did few years prior i know he got engineer night but word sounds that he's okay word is that he's okay and i just look at this team and i want them to do well so much as their fan base does and i truly think like with how driven mcdavid is and how good. He is and the additions they've made. And i think duncan keith gonna make an impact. I know some people talk about his game and decline and the numbers. And i think he's gonna make a difference. Maybe chard makes it makes a huge jump after you. You heard what nurse said. It's just it's the second best team in this division and it's time to take the next step if they don't get out of the first round this year who the fuck knows what happens. All bets are off blown really. Can't blame mccready mall if mcdavid throws up another one hundred and twenty five point season and the best player on earth by a mile as he continues to be and they don't get out of the first-round who knows what's going to happen there but the time is now layoffs yes yes biz yester- a playoff team and here's a hot take one hundred forty points for mcdavid all hundred forty look how offensive. They're back in his they got tyson. Berry duncan keith can snap it around. Darnell nurse coming off twenty goal year. They're powerplays disgusting dry. Seidel the whole fucking kit and caboodle. There already hunter percent gonna make playoffs and one hundred percent. They are getting out of the first round. You can rely on mike smith. He's third defensemen and he's gonna bring the noise even at tyson fury's age in love handles grenell playoffs edmonton team. Love this team. And i think they make a run this deep run game. We all all four of us. Let's actually skip back. The calgary i was asleep at the switch. Who has them in the playoffs. And i did not i do not gee i do not and i think fire sale deadline.
"darnell" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"All right boys finally get into the previous year. Of course we did the eastern conference last week this week. We're gonna do the western conference gonna kick off with the central biz. Did you know that the average age of a player in the nhl. This season is twenty seven point four. That's gotta be down over the last ten years right. What is it gone down i. I didn't get the phone back as you want to see if you like. Oh i would think so too. Legally under yeah. Take this jacket off. I'm sweating my balls off. Go right ahead but you gotta do buddy all right. Let's kick it off to wet. Maybe to start off with the who the coyotes are. We going alphabetical yell. Same same ways. Last time. But i i i may just pour this class michael. Hey folks will try to keep it a little Or move it along a little bit quicker. I know sometimes these things drag a little bit but the central is a very very loaded division so other than the coyotes. I guess first off we i who fucked up the playoff seedings last week. I thought they were still doing the inter. Divisional fight your way. Daddy division the playoffs but apparently they went back to the top three in each division and then two wildcards. I'd miss this. Apparently it was a press release somewhere so member. They talked about what you know. Having the way idea. Division two playoff series but sounds like it lasted for a fucking messed everything up. But yeah i do remember this being the plan and the and the way it was so i was. I was at all to not realizing the case case after out doesn't make sense because in the end like in the pacific right if there's five teams that are loaded out of the art of the central and there's there's good pacific teams. It just doesn't seem right. So i laid. Yeah there's more parody. It is a lot a lot more fair that way. So after we do our previous. We can reshuffle predictions from the east. 'cause we screw him up oh can keep the same if we think the same teams will be and so Also i met the state cody. Cc left pittsburgh arrived last week. Of course he went to edmonton so One of the correction is central division. Arizona i i look at this team and i wondering to three is. Are they going to be who start moving to houston because this avenue arena. The future looks rough. Didn't qualify for the playoffs last year. They got a new coach. Andre tarini also ran and jane goss's bit anton stroman alex california carter hutton and carol melka in net. The same by the doc- kampe anteroom egg. Milan khanna gallon cup odds two hundred and fifty to one. I mean it feels like they basically got chicken and keller like kind of alone right spots here right now. What would say yeah. It's a tough time there Forget the team what you're saying so true in terms of the uneasiness and not knowing what's going to happen nowhere to play they gotta get a ring so there's just so many things where the the most exciting part of this season is them bringing back the old jerseys in a sense like your your team that you bring in a coach from junior and you know that you're going to be bad and and you're looking to get some you're looking to get some development on guys that you consider to be a core part of the organization like the kid barrett hating. They picked him fifth overall in two thousand eighteen. He hasn't really done anything so he'll get a chance this year gone and it's more about a team that's kinda playing to end up. Maybe getting the first overall pick. It's it's a. It's the shane right kids. So everyone's talking about whoever wins. The lottery gets him. And he can change an organization or a franchise. But this is not going to do anything. I just got back on an here much of what you said. But i am going to join you and i poured myself out a nice glass of vino. Nice to what did he say he bashing a sorry. I was very honest about the team. Dude it's just it's it's not not ideal and right now. It's tough sledding. Right now well they just went on a team glancing trip for team bonding and i'm gonna imagine that propels them in the right direction. Listen glam glad happy you ever been glancing glamour camping. Yes apparently one of the hardest things in the country like it's just exploded. Yeah it's it's like the new avocado toast. Everybody's doing it okay. My breakdown by the way. Happy birthday to shane down. You just had his birthday and one thing. I forgot to say off the top of the show and all arcadian listeners. I apologize happy thanksgiving. Did you know that we have different thanksgiving. Yes yes i did. Happy thanksgiving guys so they just got back from their team clamping trip and let's go. Let's do the whole breakdown of the team. They're probably not gonna be good as far as the standings are concerned but they have fourteen vets on forward with three plus years experience. They really liked that. Tim and so far and camp years ago came over from colorado. They're kind of like they're like a similarity between like seattle. Where they're all the castaways. You know bill. Armstrong made some great moves in the off season and acquire a lot of draft picks. We got andrew ladd. Roussell loui eriksson beagle. And there's a lot of guys out to prove a lot that have been kind of these castaways from other teams. And now i think that you know with all that experience. They're they're not going to be as bad as i want them to be. In order to gain that first overall pick that i caught be right there for first overall. Don't you worry. I believe so too by the end of it but i think that they will have a more competitive team than most people think. similar mentality. Ra said about auto last year Couple studs dole in in the pipeline. That i'm really looking forward to watching this year. I know chicken is coming off a massive season last year. I'm hoping keller takes that next step and you know they got some other guys who need the proof and stuff like gossip. Spare who got buried in philadelphia so it should be interesting and one other thing. I see happening towards the end of the year. is probably kessel getting moved over to contender and then acquiring another high end draft. Pick so i just wanted to touch on that stuff and And of course. A new coach and andre andre took a knee aka the bear. So no playoffs for my beloved coyotes. As i said. I'm hoping finish worse than what i expected. They're gonna do. But i think that they have a lot of guys in the lineup. They have things to prove and they're going to bring that work ethic mentality every night and don't be shy if they surprise if you people first two rounds of the next draft picks in the first two rounds of the next draft so certainly stock in the cupboard for the future no doubt but none of us have them go in the playoffs. Correct the oh four playoffs. Okay no make sure you don't put your at this time all right next up the chicago blackhawks boy chiefs team Simple question the hawks back. They didn't qualify for the playoffs last year but they made some significant changes they said. Audios to duncan keith. Adam gilchrist nikitas door off They brought in the flower. Mock under flurry. Seth jones caleb jones tyler johnson. Jake mccabe forty to one odds to win the stanley cup The getting also a healthy. Kirby doc healthy jonathan tapes like i said before this blackhawks team last year. You might know how to turn them on this. She definitely gonna biz the hawks back a quick rundown of this whole team of course goaltending. It wasn't really an issue last year but they solidify a great one two punch. We saw that lincoln and come on. The scene did a great job in net for them Given the fact that they didn't really have much of a back end last year Other than duncan keith. and then Who's who's the other one. They're murphy who just got the extension. So congratulations to him.
"darnell" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Boxing far and above the most entertaining guy going. He does he sing songs. After every time you wins his intro did you see his rebuttal intro with he had the row like the roman empire outfit and then that guy coming out with the shirt on. Hey it's crazy to make it that big of a scene with the adrenaline. You have and you probably imagine you're just like most people are like a little worried. If not solely focused on this fighting he has like the energy and the charisma to be willing to like basically put on a show as he's walking out to it. Did you see how lucy was. When he was showing up. Prefight goes into the locker room. He's singing singing tunes in there while he's getting taped up. I mean if you also. I don't know how many people who listen follow boxing. It's a pretty cool backstory to like. This guy was in a very dark place. And i know like lately. We've been talking about the mental health stuff. I wanna say. This guy had a gun in his mouth ready to kill himself and he before he did it he thought of his kids and he just kinda host shit. Yeah man he completely rebounded. He said enough of this music. I'm getting back to training. And he went from being like a drunk slob two now the world champ and he's not he's not young i think he's at least forty years old and it just seems like he's got all the energy in the world and he doesn't plan on retiring anytime soon and i don't know who's going to be the next competitor because anthony joshua ended up losing it at check guy. So he's gonna he's gonna i think he's going to hang tight for a bit and wait 'til maybe. That thing has a A rematch. i love how he doesn't need to be like shredded. Like he's kind of chubby but he's just an absolute mess of a human being and he's like he can take punches and he can hammer you down. So he's found me. I don't care on measuring punches. They take like like what's his face while like. He looked like he was drunk for like four of those browns. He's heart so tons of high. He had chen by a fucking blacksmith. He was incredible all hot but like he was just wobbling. You just thought he was going to be done. It didn't happen till the eleventh round but just the wildly entertaining fight. If anybody figured out this whole time muscles are overrated fucking. Wild look like he was jack and he was on wobbling around. You know what they say is you. Can't pull fat so if you can be an amazing athlete with just a doughy body. What are you doing even messing around with what you got. That's why phil kessel does go wild. The heart of a champion in fury body of a podcast doesn't look like a heavyweight champ. He got it done jerry's biz fury's actually only thirty three two. So he's got a law office. Habre nettie. I wanna make any stopping thirty. Three austin matthews turns forty-three this week is what biz. You just mentioned tigretts ski congrats. You just came in one. Give me one second. I like to keep our listeners on toast and that's made up that number two serve all we're gonna we're gonna get to some of that. What when we talk about zibanejad signing now. What did you say tied. Omi is a father. No no you. You mentioned tiger. Let's get a few minutes. Oh i want to give sent congratulates joan. Reese became a dad for the first time. So i will give you tyler. Show where shirt me and tied omi where rubber I mean that's just amazing right there that he got a kid by by the time the dow quite the start of the pod for busy boy here and this jacket We're talking about you said gypsy. And the fact that it's a slur offensive and it sparked me do all this dialogue on social media about the new the closer. The last dave chapelle netflix special part of that last. Contra aberdeen yup. It's had side. It's fucking hilarious Obviously obviously he he he he gets people going in the dialogue online was popping based on some of the stuff you is saying. Now he's very open and not given one one shit. I i mean he he. He basically began the not giving a shit when he just straight up cancelled chapelle show when it was the most successful. What are he's on kent. Like dave yeah on cancel. You can't next like we're just you hear somebody speak their minds i live. I'm a big fan. I'm a big fan. Anyone doing that now. In the way he deliver stuff. I remember watching the shapiro like the. The clipper eddie murphy. Running rubbing them. I remember my mother moved on your couch. it's just one of his. Those that show. I thought was funniest show of all time. Let's go clarence. Big clarence big. You remember him. There was so many wine white supremacist. But he's black doesn't know when he finds out he's black tries to kill himself. He revolutionized the game is what he did and he he. He dedicated it to norm macdonald. Who i mean i was. I've been getting lost in these norm macdonald rabbit holes on youtube i just census passing a lot of people been watching them. So the algorithms just pumping stuff out. Just some of the some of this shit. He he'll say in in these interviews when he gets asked to go on these mainstream networks just when he went on the view talked about it. Okla what other funny skits the chapelle have that. Were probably some of the most memorable to the real world the real world when the white guy shows go get resenting their all then they have to end up chapelle show some pales poundstone number the guitar at commercials and that was a lifetime ago thinking of the stuff he did. What was the other one. He racial draft did race. All my goodness. We selecta tiger woods. And it's funny. How much comedy like back. Then it was like clarence. Now people throw fucking shit fits galore crazy. What a crazy thing that. What a crazy thing that something that could make that many people laugh like like that many human beings enjoy it and find it funny. Don't take offense and that the people who disagree and don't think it's funny like they're able to like silence it. It's just crazy to me. Y'all marine a the player haters ball. Isolated times he was fucking great. Seeing live in person chapelle. You saw him a couple times. Yeah i seen nor do i was a big guy fucking. I told you i told you. I i look back if i still had a bunch of dmz with him talking about gambling mike eight nine years ago. They were still in there like just going back. A foot shop with mcdonnell. Oh yeah one of the youtube clips. I saw he's. He's like a frequent guy on twitter. He would tweet about sports nonstop. I didn't realize he was so active on their thought. That could have been like a bit like not that. He didn't love sports but that he was so blatant then he would lose followers and he made it clear he didn't care and he would like he would write the most mundane like ridiculous tweets like ball in the red sox game two to one like he was blatantly. I don't know if he's fucking with people but he definitely loves sports. He's gambler very big sports gambling. Going back chapelle. Show the one when they ripped off to the. Nfl theme was like this moment in dating history. Was that the one. I don't remember the nfl theme this hookup history when they did when they did the wife swap. Anyway we've been going on a little too long sorry phones laughs dementia talking about the west so we do have guessed from the west where we bringing him on a little later don l. nurse defenseman for the edmonton oilers at a great. Jared would think you'll you're gonna dig it a little bit later..
"darnell" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"And his ability to tell stories and nail the punchline. It's fucking it's it's insane. I can't wait for the fans to be able to experience him. Telling all these old school stories and i even asked him about that as far as i got like. We talked about whether he likes to talk. I like whether he liked to go out on the first shift like lead off a game. He said his whole career. He usually like being the second line. go out. He liked to see the pace of the game in the first shift to be able to like read it and then he liked going over the board second so i always found that interesting that the greatest player of all time like we talk about crosby. He always wants to be. I write in my going out. Get going out of the gate whether it's leading the practice drills so it's just so interesting picking is such a an incredible hockey mind You know in the time that i get with them. And it also is son taught tyzzer. He's going to help us with gaining like like some of the stats and ordered a fetus information so overall it was great to get one of those runs in and As i said. I'm i'm a little bit nervous but very excited to get the anti going on wednesday one question and then one comment question is it every. Is it just once a week. Tnt and that's wednesday night hockey or is it for the first part of the season. Show what they're going to do the first two weeks they got double header so they're gonna do odyssey washington new york chicago colorado which are going to be too great games than the following week. They have another doubleheader and because like wrestling's becoming a big deal again and there's a competitor to the wwe. It's it ever leave. I feel. I feel like when the rock left you know. I don't want to say there was a downturn. But i feel like it's being talkable more and more online especially on the social networks are a. Would you agree with that subject. Can you repeat that. I was googling a question. I would agree with this. I would definitely agree with you on the come up yet. Christine tea also. Has they carry. The is it. E w and pat mcafee actually does the color commentary so now there's there's a rivaling wrestling league that rivals. Wwe so it's kinda driving the traffic back and forth. And it's kind of gained its relevance again so for after the the two doubleheaders. We're gonna actually do ten o'clock starts. We're going to be doing all the west coast games all the way up until christmas time. So it's the aws from eight to ten eastern time and then tnt at ten o'clock will kick on for the for the western game. So i'd crew of you gretzky Anson talk it. And liam is there every wednesday night. No gretzky i think is only doing thirty games for the for the first week. It's going to be all of us. And that i believe that for the most part it's going to be four people on the panel all the time. Sometimes there might be five. I think it's i think it's very hard for for a bus driver. Likely to drive when there's four guys because everyone's trying to get their points in and he's got to collect what's being said feed off of it then also take the next thing so i don't know if they're gonna wanna put him through that every single week so The tnt crew. They also got the in game coverage right with like eddie. Olczyk panger Kenny albert so. I'm forgetting more names. But it's going to be a really fun crew with a with a lot of experience and also the people behind the scenes man. They're awesome they're like. Hey you guys let it fly. You guys have some fun. And i think they're going to have some special guests on that first night too so i think we've talked about tnt enough ara. Snap it back over to you. I know that you were tweeting. Going crazy about this fight. It was an incredible sports weekend. I was gonna say all all the sports gone. Playoff baseball hockey star. Now poop starting up. Who would have thought heavyweight. Boxing would have been the biggest event of the weekend. And i. i'm not the biggest boxing fan i used to be. I was actually going to see an old friend of mine. And we don't get together much more. So i was more going to hang out with him and have a few beers and five and beyond and it was just an incredibly entertaining. It wasn't technically maybe the best fight but it was just to do. Just slugging utah. One guy was done then. The next day was done. Each guy got knocked down multiple times. It was just want see. Probably the best heavyweight fight. I'd say twenty years. What like going through google. I'd say yeah. I would say at least. The last decade is decade ten years. Yeah okay. I can't wait. I missed the fight. I saw the second fight. And that's when fury pounded them and wilder said that he was too tired from the. How heavy the cost the ed to wear to the brain and the with all these storylines. I saw very before saying that. He's he's had excuses every time you know. I saw the highlights. I can't believe. I can't believe i didn't see this fight. But of course ended up being what everyone's saying the fight of the year. And i just think that fury guy is so interesting. I don't really know what a gypsy is. So he's the gypsy king right. Yeah what is it what is it. Generally i think as parents were gypsies like legit gypsies. I'm not familiar with his history. I know the people call the romani people. And i'm just like the gypsy kings. So that's why. I was saying that some people might consider that explore. I know we said it before and someone. One person compelling heavyweight champion. the world's go right your cats. The gypsies are romani people. I believe it's I not one hundred percent familiar with his history but he calls himself the gypsy king. His mama com klay calm clay. You know what i mean like. I mean the as far as modern day..
"darnell" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Players who ply their trade in the province of alberta. You will hear from andrew. Giovanni you'll hear from matthew could chuck and moments we will hear from darnell nurse defense and with the edmonton oilers wanna start with a quick conversation about andrew. Giovanni who i love you. Love is well twenty five year old winger from from bolton ontario a six round draft pick of the flames never drafted in the oh l. Never played internationally. One gold medal at the championship was the double. Ihf mvp of the tournament are really unlikely win for team canada after dropping four games. Yup nick paula with the ot win like it was a it was a great world championship to follow. If you're canadian hockey fan when i say the name andrew nanjiani what comes to your mind fridge. I think of a guy who beat the odds. You know a guy who wasn't a high pick a guy who some scouts in the in the calgary organization had to really go to bat for and a guy who worked in you know he tells in excellent story about his first meeting with The gm brad tree living and some points about making it to the nhl that he put in his wallet and he kept there. Yeah and i like. I like things like that. I think we all like underdogs. We all like longshots writes You know he's a guy who's a long shot and he's a first line player in the nhl and there's no other way to say a highly skilled guy someone who's never been considered a long. Is matthew chuck. This guy has been ticketed for greatness for a number of years. And i don't know how else to describe matthew chuck other than saying matthew could chuck is matthew could chuck like we all know what that hockey brand is at this point and in this interview. And you've all seen the clip by now there's the The comments about the negotiations that his brother brady is going through with the ottawa. Senators but i ask you the same question. I just did about manji nanjiani when you hear his name. What do you think i think. Thankfully he's a person who doesn't duck a question yes true. He's a ca- chuck and it's basically what he talked about. There is that they're all wired a certain way right. It was really interesting to hear him talk about the fact that they've never gotten off to a great start since he's been there. It's actually reminds me. Because i'm going to write a little bit of both as interview for the blog this week and i meant to go back through calgary's september's during his career or early seasons during his career and see exactly what they were. Because i think that's pretty interesting like in this league. We haven't done it in a couple years right. Jeff but i have the november i stat. Yeah that if you're a four or more points out of the playoffs november. I you know you don't make the plows the nhl so imagine what it's like every year. It's groundhog day. And you are climbing out of a hole right away like it's never easy and it's never easy at the best of times but imagine when it's never easy all the time like you're never breathing easy way to play. I think this is a huge year. In calgary and i think it's a huge year for him. It went sideways for him and everybody else last year. And i think he's gonna come out this year with a lot to prove. What do you make before he dirt on this here in a second of the oilers. A quick thought or two on the calgary flames. Listen the last couple of seasons have been messed up for everybody last season. Was you know. Fifty six games and no playoffs. For the calgary flames. A lot of us thought. Well is that it for this group. what we saw were a bunch of darryl sutter tape players come in your Blake coleman's for example brad richardson's and akitas adore off. These types of players come into the flames organization. The question i have is is that enough to get the flames back to the play offs. I don't know answer to that. But what do you see as they are the the burning questions this year. Maybe the obvious. One of the johnny drove situation. But what do you see the burning questions for the flames. This season. Well to meet the number one question is how do you get monaghan back to being the player he was. I would think the number one way to get him back to being the player he was. Just keep them healthy. That is true but you know he hasn't been impactful guy in a couple of years now so to me. That's the number one question. He's he has to be a pretty important player on your roster. This is a team. That's not gonna play to score a lot of goals so when you have a guy who historically has had that kind of touch around the net like you know him he can score from in close but i think you need to put them with someone who can get the puck to in close and then he's got to be willing to go there and score quick pause on europe one hundred percent right on that if you look at all the play all the areas that he's scored. It's always right in front of the net. Doubts for sean. A hands courses goals period. Sorry continue nor so. I think you have to find a way to get him going again. The second thing is they could make the playoffs in that division. They're good enough to make the playoffs. Darryl sutter going to have them play a certain way and they're all gonna stick to it and they're going to grind in and they're going to be in a lot of games. Here's my question in the west. You need a backup. Who can play. Is dan slate. Are that guy. We don't know we're gonna find out no one can tell you definitively..
Oilers Sign Defenseman Darnell Nurse to Eight-Year Contract Extension
"Hockey. Elliott Friedman reports that Oilers and defenseman Darnell Nurse are close to an extension that would pay nurse $9.25 million a year over eight years that would make nurse the fifth highest paid blue liner.
A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre
"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive
Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder
"On the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Awarded Pulitzer Special Citation
"The teen who filmed the death of George Floyd has received a special journalism on Earth Pulitzer Prizes Awards a special citation to Darnell A. Fraser, the teen who pulled out her cell phone and began filming last year, Police arresting George Floyd video that was used in the murder conviction of former officer Derek Shobin. The Minneapolis Star Tribune also wins the breaking news Pulitzer for its reporting following Floyd's, killing the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, first awarded in 1917 and are considered the fields most prestigious honor in the U. S.
Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial
"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd
Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Took Floyd Video, Testifies
"Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin presses me into George Floyd's neck, gave emotional testimony today in Children's murder trial. Mats epic of Minnesota public radio reports. The witnesses included the young woman who recorded video of the event. Darnell of Frasier, was outside a corner store in Minneapolis last May, when she saw officers holding Floyd face down as he lay handcuffed in the street. The 18 year old testified that the experience changed her life is the night I stayed up. Apologizing. A politician. It's worked for you for not doing more freezers. Video quickly went viral and led to a worldwide racial justice protests and demands for police reform. The footage is also a key piece of evidence for prosecutors in their case against Sheldon, who's charged with murder and manslaughter. For NPR News. I'm
Draisaitl gets hat trick as Oilers beat Senators 7-1
"The Leon Dr Seidel had a five point game as the Oilers hammered the senators seven the one price title registered his third career hat trick and had two assists in Edmonton third straight win I thought our start was really good I think we we put them on their heels a little bit early on that that always helpful on Connor McDavid added a goal and two assists to help the Oilers improved to six and against the senators this season Darnell nurse opened the scoring three fifty two into the game starting a flurry in which the order scored four times in less than ten minutes Mike Smith stopped twenty one shots a blank the senators until Evgeni to Donna scored midway through the third period I'm the ferry
Managing Your Money In Marriage During Uncertain Times
"Me ask you. You're wonderful husband darnell so often. Money affects marriage. More than almost anything How can we be mindful of how are mismanagement of money is affecting our relationship with our spouse and how do we get in sync with our spouse. Well we're going to have to set some common goals. And that's the fastest way to stop. Because finance is really are the source of contention and most marriages and so we'll say what is our long-term goal. Let me give an example. Let's say one of our goals is just to make sure that we have accumulated at least two to three months of living expenses. Someone whatever we're doing should be driving stories that goal so if somebody's going to run out by some luxury upper end fishing poles. My husband is currently at the fishing example. Here where he is this moment. But you know you have to say now. Is that going to get us towards our goal. Let's let's agree that this is where we're going because how can to walk together unless they agree and so you gotta sit down. Write down and say what's our goal and make every decision. Make sure it's not taking away from your goal. It can be hard but if you really talk about. What's driving yours expenditures. You're gotta find you're going to get on a path to agreement deborah's sometimes that communication can be really difficult in a marriage. I mean you're saying that you're a trained. Cpa and i can imagine it's put a little stretch in your marriage when darnall saying had like this you know this luxury item and you're going honey seriously really and you're giving them that look like you're looking at me right now and i mean so that can either start some friction between you or it's achieving the right goal which is accountability. So how do we make that communication a little easier in our marriage. So it's not abrasive. Well we do it by reminding ourselves. What the goal has been so darn out at me. We know that we're gonna pay ten percent of our income to the church sell. That goal has been met. We know that we're gonna need. We would like six months living expenses in the bank in that sounds excessive in this environment especially with everything being cancelled but we also have a formula. We saw we spend some we save some. Those are three s. When i say we so some we give to others. We make that a priority give to the church and then we know that we save some and darnall reminds me all the time. We can't save it all say all of it and i'm thinking yes but you know i know. They have six months in the bag. But i want to years suppose. We can't work with two years with that doesn't make sense. I know it doesn't win. In my head i have to peel. The onion was causing you to think that you can't trust god that there's going to be such a shortfall that you're going to have to hoard money and so you know you have to be truthful about that and i know them. I was driven by the fact that i had a mother that was not empowered at bothered. That was abusive. And so i saw her not ever have enough money. And i kinda about inwardly that. I'd never been in a position where never had enough money that i couldn't put my hands on money and runaway. If there was abuse so you you have to understand what's driving those financial mindset that i mean that's powerful that statement. The things you learn is a child those Pains end up being your passions. Like so many say. And that's what you're describing.
NFL Injuries:Bills' O-line suffers hit as Ford lost for season
"News for the Bills offensive lineman Cody Ford will miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury during practice the NFL network reporting for it has a torn meniscus. Cardinals quarterback Tyler Murray's been limited to practices speak with the shoulder injury, but he is expected to play against the Patriots. Jets head coach Adam Gaze confirm Sam Darnel is on track to start against the Dolphins in week. 12 Darnell's missed four of the last six games with the injured shoulder.
Minneapolis teen who recorded viral George Floyd video to receive courage award
"And Darnell A. Fraser, The Minneapolis teenager who captured cellphone video of George Floyd's killing by police is receiving an award for courage from the literary and human rights Organization. Pen America If you think about a young woman You know, in a public in with a whole group of police officers there who has the presence of mind and the guts to start her camera rolling and say, I'm going to capture this. That's pen CEO
Teen who recorded Floyd death on phone to receive PEN award
"A Minneapolis teen who captured a cellphone video of George Floyd's death and police custody, is receiving an award for from a literary and human rights organization. Darnell a. Fraser. This video was viewed by millions and inspired global outrage will be receiving the Benson Courage Award from Pan America during a virtual gala celebration in September. CEO Suzanne Nacelle says with nothing more than a cell phone and sheer guts, Darnell changed the course of history in this country, sparking a bold movement demanding an end to systemic anti black racism and violence. At the hands of
"darnell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Night on ESPN Radio and on the ESPN. Ticket to the fall Classic was on the line. Miss struck him out. Darnell pumps his fist and he got it. He stole a homer from Freddie Freeman. What a play right failed. Webb here, absolutely crushed it to write on the gridiron. One Future Hall of Famer showing why he's still got it. Great Great box really tighten putting on a performance for the ages. He just took two Did the Niners overcome their offensive issues against the Rams? George Hill race for a touchdown? 10? Thiss is SportsCenter all night, his rentals so they lost on Sunday and it could be good news. That's straight ahead. SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio ESPN have serious exam channel 80. In the wings. The Tampa Bay Rays, but they would need an opponent for the World Series. And that would be decided with Game seven of the NLCS Sunday night. What a game. Lived up to what we would expect from a game seven Braves scored the first two runs L A would tie it with a pair of their own in the third. Braves take a three to lead in the fourth. That takes us to the bottom of the sixth inning, two to swing and a ball driven well left field. That one back there on its leg gone. Gay Hernandez will touch them all. No Doubter is second homer this postseason. And we're starting over. It's 33 goes yard. Those yard as a pinch hitter to tie things up. Ties the game. We start over in the sixth inning, and we went to the seventh.
"darnell" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Know it was not until reading your book that I learned the full extent of the role that religion has played in your life, , and you even have a masters and the logical studies from Princeton theological seminary. . That's high. . Did you think we're going to become a minister? ? Yeah I. . I was a church boy. . I should also be very clear that I was a church boy who maintained at the allergy that was queer antagonistic even as I was coming into myself as a queer person? ? Carter. . The reason why I went to seminary was was to be able to have to be a space. . where I could ask the of questions that I did not necessarily feel empowered are safe enough to ask within the churches that I had been part of. . So I went to seminary because I'm like at least I can be here and like lift up all of this sort of Aquarius ask questions that I have about what I'm being taught and I always say that seminary really saved me my ability to push back against what I consider to be violent the allergies theologies that kill kill. . The spirit and which can often lead at least in my case, , two incidences of suicidal ideation because you're taught to believe that God who is love somehow withhold their love from you. . So yeah, , I went there to really save myself and was saved by being in a space where I could actually descent and critiqued at the allergies and all the things that have been taught and today Ju- subscribe to organized religion or is it just more general? ? Yeah. . I, , mean I've not been editor in. . Cash because people know that I am I consider myself spiritual I. . consider myself as someone who maintains a big vast understanding of like. . It but not connected to any denomination. . I'm invited sometimes the preach which is interesting but even I think my interpretation of the Gospel or at least a message that our offer are much more grounded are shaped by Justice and love for those that would otherwise be kept out of that love within Chris in some Christian traditions I think like one of the saddest parts I guess for me I'll say, , sad of Christianity and other religions not accepting people is that on the whole people I think want these things we are a very spiritual. . Yeah I mean there's this idea that somehow you. . Had to be transferred non binary to be to be sexually ushered in not just the US. But . around the world is somehow not be a person who does not have. . Thoughts ideas, , connections to spirit to guide to God's to religious traditions to practices. . I mean, , took a lot for me to leave the church that was that was family for me but I wasn't willing to be in a space that was harming me even even if I loved all of those things even while I missed all of those traditions. . In this current moment that is bonkers and only seems to grow more. . So every day. . That a fair assessment, , it is a US. . I can't get rid of the bags under my eyes because at night I'm just like another show has happened I I need a glass of whisky to borrow a we're talking about Christianity. . You know folk are so afraid about internal damnation of what we might call a hell. . For many people living under the conditions of anti-black violence of Queer and Trans antagonisms legislated the caging. That . is happening to undocumented people. . The political rhetoric that is no longer rhetoric always been rhetoric. . You know there's always been sort of white supremacist ideology. . Always, , we always have those systems but. . It's just absolutely absolutely as you said bonkers and for many people, , you WanNa talk about Hell for a lot of people. . This is what that feels like it is daunting. .
Darnell L. Moore: Queer Spirituality
"Know it was not until reading your book that I learned the full extent of the role that religion has played in your life, and you even have a masters and the logical studies from Princeton theological seminary. That's high. Did you think we're going to become a minister? Yeah I. I was a church boy. I should also be very clear that I was a church boy who maintained at the allergy that was queer antagonistic even as I was coming into myself as a queer person? Carter. The reason why I went to seminary was was to be able to have to be a space. where I could ask the of questions that I did not necessarily feel empowered are safe enough to ask within the churches that I had been part of. So I went to seminary because I'm like at least I can be here and like lift up all of this sort of Aquarius ask questions that I have about what I'm being taught and I always say that seminary really saved me my ability to push back against what I consider to be violent the allergies theologies that kill kill. The spirit and which can often lead at least in my case, two incidences of suicidal ideation because you're taught to believe that God who is love somehow withhold their love from you. So yeah, I went there to really save myself and was saved by being in a space where I could actually descent and critiqued at the allergies and all the things that have been taught and today Ju- subscribe to organized religion or is it just more general? Yeah. I, mean I've not been editor in. Cash because people know that I am I consider myself spiritual I. consider myself as someone who maintains a big vast understanding of like. It but not connected to any denomination. I'm invited sometimes the preach which is interesting but even I think my interpretation of the Gospel or at least a message that our offer are much more grounded are shaped by Justice and love for those that would otherwise be kept out of that love within Chris in some Christian traditions I think like one of the saddest parts I guess for me I'll say, sad of Christianity and other religions not accepting people is that on the whole people I think want these things we are a very spiritual. Yeah I mean there's this idea that somehow you. Had to be transferred non binary to be to be sexually ushered in not just the US. But around the world is somehow not be a person who does not have. Thoughts ideas, connections to spirit to guide to God's to religious traditions to practices. I mean, took a lot for me to leave the church that was that was family for me but I wasn't willing to be in a space that was harming me even even if I loved all of those things even while I missed all of those traditions. In this current moment that is bonkers and only seems to grow more. So every day. That a fair assessment, it is a US. I can't get rid of the bags under my eyes because at night I'm just like another show has happened I I need a glass of whisky to borrow a we're talking about Christianity. You know folk are so afraid about internal damnation of what we might call a hell. For many people living under the conditions of anti-black violence of Queer and Trans antagonisms legislated the caging. That is happening to undocumented people. The political rhetoric that is no longer rhetoric always been rhetoric. You know there's always been sort of white supremacist ideology. Always, we always have those systems but. It's just absolutely absolutely as you said bonkers and for many people, you WanNa talk about Hell for a lot of people. This is what that feels like it is daunting.
6 Dead In Washington DC Weekend Violence
"This hour nationwide. We've seen a sharp increase in the number of murders in cities across the nation. D C is no exception. 31 Year old know Well. Wilson of Northeast D. C. Was found shot to death early Sunday morning. The sixth person to die in weekend violence in the district. Also dead or 59 year old Marcus Nelson in 39 year Old Simeon will Liam's of Northeast both shot to death Saturday afternoon in the 1700 block of Irving Street northeast in the Kennel Worth neighborhood. 25 year old Darnell Mack of Northeast was shot and killed in the 4500
The top waiver-wire pickups for Week 3 of fantasy football
"Tap waiver wire picked for me this week. Is going to be 40 Niners runningback Jerick. McKinnon makes sense. McKinnon is available currently in 73% of ESPN League, so widely available and with the most injury, coupled With Kevin Coleman also being gone for a couple of weeks. This seems like an opportunity for the big free agent signing for Kyle Shanahan Step up and have Ah productive week and at least for a couple of weeks. I think he's the at least for this week. I think he's definitely the best ad long term. Maybe not because most it will return. So if you're just looking for help for this week, maybe a couple of weeks. Jerick. McKinnon is your best bet this week on the planet Jets, other playing A. Who cares? The Giants there. Still, I stayed in New York and you look the Giants Steelers. The Bears have run the ball on the Giants, and they stayed in New York. They're playing the Giants, so I would think that that's they're going to try to ground and pound. This is saline advice is always from the update and grapple is positive, right? Like they think he's gonna play? Yes, Okay again, though, it's it's obviously Tuesday, so it's hard to say anything definitively. But my cannon is the top waiver wire pick up, especially If you're hurting at running back, and if you have sake one if he had most, sir, if you had McCaffrey, and now you're starting to Sergio. Look, Yorgos got to start Jamal Williams from crying out. I got Jamal waves in my story. You might be hitting your waiver wire to pick up Jack Kennedy on the can, For sure, he's gone in one of my All right. Who else? Hide Let me fire Rams running back. Donald Henderson was highly drafted. You have Malcolm Brown, who left last week's game with a finger injury, along with Who's the other Ocampa and left with a rib injury as well. So Darnell Henderson stepped in. I think I believe you had 80 total yards from scrimmage. So Donald Henderson is my second ad. He is available in 54% of leagues. 50 44. That's good Darnell game this week. Rams and Bill's about it to Owen omits to know that those of a good man, that's an exciting game. This's now I'll give you a couple of guys right here. One's more of a long term play. The other is going to be a better bet. Immediately, but probably not for the long term. Joshua Kelly, Los Angeles Chargers, he is it looks like he has stepped right into the Melvin Gordon roll from last season. Austin Heckler obviously, is the main running back that you want with the Chargers. Things were better. With Justin Herbert under center. It's undeniable. Tyrod Taylor comes back. I'm I'm not nearly as enthused, but I have a hard time believing Anthony Lynn is just going to give the ball back to Tyrod Taylor. If Justin Herbert continues to be productive, why
Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico
"Marco and Laura to tropical storms coming up to the Gulf of Mexico that could very well arrived together in Louisiana, just outside of Baton Rouge. In Baker, Louisiana. Mayor Darnell Waits tells ABC that Cove It has added later layer of complication, ordinary storm precautions but the pandemic. Everybody is doing everything with their mask on and that's what I'm telling them to do, and there will be a lot of people these locations and we need to continue to practice social distancing. And keep our man saw
You will be with Me in Paradise (Luke 23:43)
"Chapter Twenty three verse forty-three. Jesus said to him. Truly I say to you. Today you will be with me in paradise. Those, not some of the most beautiful words and all the Bible. Spoken by Jesus as he's hanging on a cross. He's being mocked. Is being murdered in the most cruel form imaginable in that day. And he looks to this criminal hanging beside him who realizes that? Jesus has done nothing wrong realizes and we don't know all the details but. He realizes who Jesus is. In such a way that Jesus says to him, truly I say to you in other words market down. This is guaranteed today you will be with me in paradise. Like today not in the future. But as soon as you breathe your last breath, you're gonNa be with me in paradise this word for heaven this word for the place where we're finally with God free from Sin Experiencing. Eternal life in Darnell. Joy An eternal peace in him today you will be with me in paradise light let that soak in. That for all who trust in Jesus is. And what she has done on the cross. In the moment you die on this earth. That day that moment you will be with Jesus in Paradise. An heaven you will experience the hope of salvation. You will experience freedom from all sin and all suffering and victory over death Jesus, we praise you for this reality. Even as I think about the anniversary of Mind Dad's death just a couple of days ago. And fresh tears. Crazy you. That the moment he breathed his last breath. When he had that sudden heart attack like that moment that day was with you in paradise and today he's with you and for the next ten trillion years, he's going to be with you now based on what he had done based on who you are and what you had done to save him from his sins and for that hope, I have that hope that each one of us has that no matter what happens today or tomorrow or next month or next year. Ten years from now you're fifty years from now whenever it is, we breathe their last breath that in that moment on that day, we will be with you in paradise. All Glory be to your name. Jesus we trust in you with our life we trust in you with our death. And we break a replay for. People who don't know this confidence who don't have this whole people who've never even heard this hope. A reprieve for the Moghal people in Pakistan, we lift our hearts. Our voices together. For them right now all one point three, million of them. No. Moguls who have put their trust in Jesus that we know the. I. Know Moser who died a will be with you in paradise. God We pray for that to change. Got Pray for the Moghal to hear the good news if you're love the. Greatest News. In the world that deaths been defeated and eternal life as possible and you gotta re pray for the spread of that news for the sending of. For the mobilization of Your Church take the Gospel to the Moghal in Pakistan. In God, we pray the help us to share this good news with somebody else today knowing nobody we interact with today is guaranteed tomorrow. So Al Buster made the good news of who Jesus is what Jesus has done known today. Even as they live with this rock solid death to find confidence. That on that day, we will be with you and Baird is. We. Love you Jesus, and we can't wait in a sense for that day to live is Christ and to die is gain. We. Praise you for that reality. Pray these things in your name. Amen.
"darnell" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"Plastic. Then we need to limit that and create those new habits. Okay so please. This is a big one. This can over time and over years of living if you start to lessen and lower the amount of exposure to plastic and BPA and estrogen dominant and limit your exposure to estrogen disruptors. This will have a huge effect on your life. I promise you healthy habits added up over time will create health. Non Healthy Habits will create destruction. This is what fatal conveniences all about opening your eyes to the modern day issues. The Modern Day conveniences that have a fatal flaw and plastic has got a big fatal flaw. Okay guys leave on a positive note. Take your power back use glass? Try not to use plastic with your food especially in your water. K- love you all. That was a fantastic episode. What was the one thing that you got out of? Today's conversation if today's episode struck a chord with you and you want to dive a little deeper on a variety of topics check out. My live depends on Derna. Lean Dot Com backslash deep dive. More episodes are available on Darnell. Lean DOT COM as. Well keep diving. My friends keep diving..
"darnell" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits
"Mechanical ooh around in Asia Like I do gravitate to the self help books because I think that brain wise like I process things by reading it and then internalizing it and then trying to execute it which is kind of weird because you know especially with like like even Improv in watching a formats like asking like watch things but I think I actually have read it then observe it and then taking all 'cause that's engineered by design so that's the way my mind actually works so an introvert very interested which is yeah introverted but with like extroverted tendencies so but mostly introvert like us staying in the house when I was a kid I used to watch nick at night and I watched that all the time my parents used to have to like tell me among mostly because she was a single parent she got the kick me outside and I can wait till night kingside assume.
"darnell" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits
"Why should say king more like a like a prince okay I'm more like a duke underneath that like the WHO right so looking at me like what's going on this spring with a drive and it was so weird Iran nor was quoted because I'm running in and out of these vehicles and I got sick the next the like they do well they're gonna go by definitely happened in there was a lot of fun so I wanted to do more of that ninety six part as well yeah because I have health insurance now Ron but so yeah you're so horseback riding was one of those things horseback riding anything else that you're like I would like so we I actually my phones here I have a list of things yeah I'm very organized I use one as a tool to like for different I would like I would like to start dating again and actually I have started dating not anyone but like I've been like going on like this little small dates that we do nothing but account which I'm going to give myself a point system so I can like start doing that a bit more because I kind of got a bit distracted by a lot of things like a fulltime job be your data well well I don't have any books today but yeah I've gone on a couple of years so that's something what else I don't know out that list has not buffering out whatever list we can get back to tell you so what are you look what are what are you get excited about for dates I get excited about I think the first the first day meet up is like always like fine and that to me is like planning where to go like okay so I have some go Tuesday I usually go to I go to if someone that I think that's going to be think this is going to be like a really cool date in Anita impressed always go to tavern is I love dark which I liked by accident thanks to Arizona I can tell that story later or go to this place called Cafe Bella no I'm not in San rock cafe bill that's that's over Easter Market area The food there is good so I go to those places and if it's a medium date will meet at NATO's or something like that you know what I mean something like or a coffee shop or something so so that's what I do that's kind of a range there's no medium well I had a friend who with his history on Day says he would base you work up the fancy restaurant so he invite like the girls that he would go on dates with he would invite them to a happy hour and then if you liked the girl he bought her a drink navigate at a two drink minimum and then if he liked her again on the second date he would invite her to like a little lunch maybe really liked her hugh biter brunch the next time so he had this system hierarchy brench being yeah it depends on if they plan it you know what I mean I'm I'm a person and I'll meet you wherever you wherever you want to go you know so I'm not giving a lot of details on this subject so keep your mystery came give it all so otherwise you know people are sliding left or right so right roydon well now the world knows he is yes okay so here's my list watching Martin Lawrence watching be weighed planning a trip to somewhere peaceful is in close friends being center of attention what could rely on so you'll be observing.
"darnell" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed
"Like how much your Right right at marvel wondering right okay. So now ching mentioned it. I don't think that number programmed in my phone. i definitely should absolutely be drinking anything and that number one. You've got to know what it is. What it is to find the bottle container. People don't know how to treat it and how to deal with it so nuts double back with two double background backs sunburn so you suffer the sunburn your fucked up already in terms of caring for that because we talk about wound care and infection prevention and somebody's got a bad burn but you have people who have these thoenes summers in their blistering up and somebody's putting fucking low sheen somebody saying. Oh man vera. Somebody's putting fuck tracing on this guy. That news foreign shit all over the back and any of it makes it worse. Is anything a terrible idea. So the worst thing you could do to some minor burn injuries. Which is what you're talking about including not just sunburns but even if you like minor league burn your hand on some boiling water or something like that of your foot spoke about probably i would say one of the worst things you could do is put freezing cold water on the injury thinking. Oh it's really really hot bird. Colorado you should use cool water or you should use something. That's you know cooler and the hot stove. Yes but what ends up happening. Is we see this a lot of your boston. You can actually resolve a cold injury and a cold burn also known as frostbite and so because if you leave it sitting there because it hurts feels better has like a nice nice nothing but it can also have a such a cooling effect that it's actually freezing and killing tissue. You can actually. Yeah so you can actually. That's probably one of the worst things you can totally do for something. Like that is exposed to extreme extreme cold and not have like a buffer there and leave it onto too long as the other thing is. They're sort of relationship between alcohol. Something is or how thought something is contact. Time that it's on which is why it's important for you to wash off the warm up the cold surface if we're talking about frost placed that so many people go skiing snowboarding game but this is a different season. We can talk about that. The reason people use different types of triple antibiotic On on trying to prevent secondary wound infections and also the help keep their moist. Which is important so that you can have reputation which is the recreating the outermost layer of your skin so that you can sort of seal off your burn injury many skim expedient sense yeah i point about cooling an area dan i i i've seen i've seen people go like you know the second. You burn something the other fucking straight you. Ice cube onto skin. You know exactly like they leave right freezes out. Yeah that's not great. Probably best to rinse it off thoroughly for a period of time and you mentioned something earlier about development contracts from someone's laid up in bed. Kim physical therapy part of it. You know party of the treatment protocol burn. Sure getting all these fucking wound care and all that other shit is it. Move it or lose it thing. The same way like ortho went that route before it was kind. You'd be laid up in bed after you know nec- repair but now they get your union. Pretty quick tried to get people moving here pretty quickly to we have a very strong multi disciplinary team here and part of a you know verify burn center involves having very very strong ties with pistol. It's very important to get people moving things like that. It sort of helps keep the range motion in their joints. It helps minimize some of their contractors so a lot of times when people have really bad injuries. It sounds weird but we actually sometimes people get footing. Splints were they get clinton casts and different things like that to keep their feet from getting foot dropping contracts that way because they're gonna be mobile the reason that's important it sort of depends on what stage. They are in their injury. You know sometimes early. Mobility is a good thing but when we're talking about people who get really badly burned and they have third degree burn. Injuries surgery burn. Injuries needs congrats. For the most part thing you know you got to have something that replaces the damage skin thickness sort of burned all the way through and a lot times with that is means. You have to go to another site in your body to borrow that. Skin trump typically legs. The upper thighs the legs. So you you have to borrow skin and when you do borrow skin. It's kind of funny you. You're taking a thin layer skin from one spot in. you're putting it on another spot. Help that spot you know. Sort of two different areas of injury. One of them is to try to help the other area of injuries. Most of the time skin graft areas that donor sites usually what they're called now they usually heal up. Fine with some mild discoloration some mild scarring not quite as bad as the burned area right. But it's still under the area that's now injured. So you basically have to fold cosmetic type situation where you have to injured areas now. One was caused to help prepare another area right and one is the primary. How's that not fully synthetic like didn't they have some fucking skin Yeah we've got stuff it's called. You know we have things that are called zeno grabs you. Know graft is animal grafter animal and there's a variety cow. There's a ton of different things that were using for it they have cadaver graphs which are basically you know. People donate categories from people who have passed. There are because average people where they donate dermatitis and skin from deceased people yeah and they harvest it and they donated then you can use it as a temporary barrier for the most part. These aren't really permanent solution. So these are temporary solutions to sort of cover up shirt wounded areas. And maybe like if you have an infection or something like that to sort of temporizing things while you're trying to get the infection under control or you're so badly injured you don't have any skin anywhere else because you know you burned up ninety percent of your skin one hundred so you got exactly so you have to use something else to sort of cover things. They have a lot of stuff in the pipeline. From the technology standpoint four potentially fraying on skin yeah companies that are growing durmus now and stuff like that talking about yeah. It's called cultured deal sells g skin. How jaylo order. Don't burn yourself jaylo globe man. That's that's interesting. So i don't wanna take up to your time but i want to inject my own field of choice in this and Ask you how much of your in. Fortunately you're in a hospital that is not lacking resources and you know sort of interdisciplinary. Work is way more likely to happen. A well to do hospital. How much of psychiatry is messed in. With the treatment of somebody who suffered serious burns you just always gotta bring it back to bring it back to the right. Bring it back to your love. Your i do. I do to end on that punchline. World i wanted to deflate your.
"darnell" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed
"Because that's a. I would say that's probably more of a big problem. Compared to somebody setting their house on fire burning down the house. Because i think what you just brought up really doesn't affect more because as you said you're walking outside with radiating ball of energy in the sky rate cookie. Thank you instead of going out and get some cocoa butter oil. Fry yourself up. People what they do. Is they put sunblock on what they do is they. Have this false sense of security. You know they have this sort of one and done mindset. They apply a little bit and They run around and there's two things that happened really number one is when they're applying their sunblock. They usually nobody's super thorough. Right dislike you just fucking slap a hand on your friends back and hampered on his back true story. You can actually do that with sunblock. Yeah is it happens you also you. Your body you rush. You miss a lot of spots and the spots that you miss. They get hit by most of the the damaging rays of the we're talking about the uva and you the ultraviolet a and b raise. Those are the ones that are really the radiation emitted by the sun and that can lead to serious skin damage sunburns skin damage and increases your risk of cancer and skin cancer and talking scrim cell carcinoma. So you know you missed all these spots because you do a shitty job applying and the other thing is you do have to reapply after a while. Because two reasons to sunblock wears off our technology is pretty good nowadays that the sunblock is really sort of solid and strong. It doesn't wear off because the rays of the sun. Or somehow it down and it's wearing out. It's blocking effect rolling around in the blanket. Plants touch football volleyball. And you're swimming in the water. And you're like roping off sunblock and everything like that but the the other thing that the reapplication process does it sort of helps you. Go back over your tracks. And there's a higher chance you'll reapply and hits the spot that you missed the first time when you're rushing because you grabbed the six pack as were running out the door so having the reapplication process sort of helps with missing some of the spots that may have initially the mist. And you really should be re applying every two hours or so. If you're going to be hanging out instead of one done in o'clock in the morning and then ten hours later you're at the fire pit hanging out still in the sunday. Generally those festivities you know people come out the next day. And i would imagine that by that point. You got your tan kind of working in right. You're you're sort of precooked at this point at that point is it even worth say. I'm burnt myself. Stick of jerry. I am i. Should i bother even be out there. That's an excellent question. Do so you know. I was actually just in clinic the other day and somebody asks that very same question. They're like oh. I just had this burn It's all of up and everything. Now i can just go right back on the sun and it'll be alright because you know i'm fine do i have to reapply. Yeah you should. You should put sunblock back on and cover that area because what you've done friday off. The outermost layer injured the most layer or weakened it and now it's more susceptible to getting injured and it's more susceptible to getting hurt when we have people who have serious burns and they're sort of recovering from them and we may not have surgery on them but we sort of managing them non-operative league as we say with medical therapy sometimes with antibiotics sometimes with distressing changes and things like that and moisturizer. You definitely have to keep the skin moist. You definitely have to reapply sunblock on it because it's more likely to get injured and the reason this is important and this is probably what's going to hit most of the kids nowadays when you have like you know you're eighteen year old running out and not even caring about it isn't it can have skin damage. That is have hyper pigmentation hypo pigmentation which means you can have. Sort of uneven and discoloration of your skin over a period of time and that can be permanent. Everybody seen the people running around with like that leathery charred looking brown. Can they look like. They're like leather high sunset for a long time. Yes that's rough usually go while they're having fun in the sun right. You know the thing that always strikes me as you can go out there. Have fun in the sun. I might hurt a little dirty. Maybe not the next day three days in you start peeling you got skin kinda just sloughing off and you know at that point. The damage is done. Yeah once you start blistering and you start feeling damage. Done all people who are lifeguards and everybody else. It's the damage is already done. And there's actually a higher chance the more times you get burned when you're younger and there's a correlation to that and you developing skin cancer later. Wow so if you're hanging out and you're going to tanning booth and you're sort of like burning yourself healing and burning yourself and killing and burning yourself healing that needs to sort of distribution potentially later on where you know cancerous are in control of things because it's being burned burned dealer and eventually it's killing. There's no injury that leads to sort of build up in to sort metastatic cancer. Change later gotcha For the people who are convinced actually saw something recently. I think he would propaganda from like a local tanning bid place praising the benefits of tanning all this random goodness about it and how it was a safe alternative me out saying as much but that was the idea any truth to it. I just lay in a cancer right. What does put police put the heat. Really close to your skin. And then we'll give you these little suction cups to cover your nip and then maybe some fear is that will just try. Let's lather you up in some butter or not cocoa butter person. Then we'll stick into then we'll make it all good probably kentucky fried chicken in that thing. I'm more of a popeye's fan. You would appreciate that. I played popeye's shit. I love hop is credit. They're legit so maybe part of the problem is this is a cumulative thing that's the thing that's a hard sell for kids application process. A lot of these things are preventable. You know as you said earlier. On and a lot of potential things with burn injuries and burn traumas and things like that. A lot of them are preventable. Not just dealing with the beach and your skin sunblock but any of the other things that could be fire risks. I'm not talking about this fireworks and different things that even things like fire pits are barbecuing and things like that gave me a cold then. Also somebody's bob retooling so lord. Jesus all these things can be potentially preventable if you take cautious steps than not so cavalier with you know how. You're dealing with accelerates flame and things like that you know there's a couple of different things like.
"darnell" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed
"If you're hearing this we're hoping it's out before the festivities life fourth boy de Medicine remixed and we have the pleasure bringing you an interview that I did hear recently with a good buddy of mine. Dr Darnell Brown. A current fellow in acute and reconstructive burn surgery at the prestigious Harvard. And he's doing some work at M. G. H. They're the big hospital. I know Dr now. I've done it for a while now. We actually completed our post BAC program in Buffalo and from there. We went our separate ways. I ended up at University of Rochester. And upstate New York and he ended up at New York Medical College. And it's interesting. Because GOING IN TO MED SCHOOL. He was dead set on going into psychiatry and as it turns out he shared with me that on his rotations. Somebody gave him a compliment on his hands. Not Hey nice hands but more like hey nice ends and his Dick Sturdy and good motor skills were complemented any thought. Well maybe I should pursue this There were some things techniques that were easy for him to pick up and he just overall people believe he had a good feel for it and he said he hadn't really considered it and before you know it is going into general surgery and then before you know it he's in fellowship and that's where he's at now and it was real fun catching up with them because actually the conversation that you guys are going to hear is the first conversation. I had with him and man. Wow maybe seven years. Jeez my bed but Yeah so we just caught up really. We'd been wanting to have a talk more. I thought it was going to go. The route of you know firework injuries. And things like that but we just decided to see where it went and I think there's some pretty good very practical information that came out of it that I think you'd benefit from here so without further ado. Let's jump in and feel the burn. I didn't have anything better. Sorry how my conversation with the powerful Dr Darnell Brow Joy documentaries documentaries? The doctor told you to go see. Hey guys. How's it going? My Name's Darnell. Brown I am. The acute reconstructive burn surgery fellow. That man's greatest hospital here in Boston Massachusetts and excited to be with everybody today and talk about a little bit of fire prevention and burn type issues drops knowledge on people and sort of food for thought things to think about keeping everybody safe this holiday season. So thanks for having me. Oh Man. It's my pleasure. I just hearing you say that I'm curious. You know you start thinking you WanNa be part of this. Field does fire as a problem or a hazard or as the cause of an injury going into the field. Was that sort of like you knew that Burns was a big deal because honestly when I think of fire I think of super rare like I don't know if anybody's homes burned down on your anybody who's been in a car that caught fire. It seems pretty rare You know it's maybe for the general public it's pretty rare but it's my job and I'm telling you man. I do cases every day. Tens of patients everyday in clinic. Patients admitted to the flora console everywhere phone calls from surrounding states. You know where the Regional Burn Center for basically New England and we get people from all over the place man up in New Hampshire Vermont here locally Massachusetts and it's a very common problem and yes fires a big deal but there's so many other different types of mechanisms for why somebody can get burned. Blame is just one. That's just one thermal injury anything where you can transfer heat. It can get transferred to human body and it can cause a lot of serious damage. Property Electrical Burns Chemical Burns Dog Burns. Which is when you have hot. Liquid typically water. You can also have hot transfer heat from oils and hot glue. Kids playing glue gun all kinds of things inhaling hot smoke not a great thing also right these are all things I can cause burns. We see them every day here. So let's imagine a scenario. That's obviously not hard for you Somebody walks into the emergency room to got to burn it's let's say upper body. It's somebody's hand arm. Structurally dilemma still attached. They got full function of it. But it's obviously burn when you look at it. What is it the first thing you can ask you take a step back. And we sort of gap through. There are several layers to a person's skin like an onion Shrek would say layups. Onions have layers. Ogres have left. Onions have layers. We both have lands. You know there's a lot of layers to the skin. The two main layers of the skin really are the epidermis and then the Durmus okay. The epidermis is kind of the top. Outermost layer of your skin. That's really the one that's kind of water soup. And that's the barrier that creates skin tone and things of that nature the Germans is kind of the next layer like right underneath the epidermis. And that's the layer. That has a lot of connective tissue in it. That's one that holds your hair follicles sweat. Glands and then there's like deeper tissue under that continues to shoo hyphen which was fat and other connective tissue and stuff like that humane layers that we really care about when we talk about people who have any kind of burn injury are the effort. Emerson the Germans and that's sort of are the ones that we care about the most because those are the ones that cause problems with losing fluid losing and then can't regulate your body temperature that even things as simple as a sunburn aflame right sunburns can cause second degree burns. Yeah that's pretty crazy. I mean I don't think people realize there's fucking giant ball of fire in the sky. You know all the time that will fuck and Cook you like it'll burn you you know and you know. Most of us are removed from the elements because we are advanced human beings for the most part but when you're talking sunburned because I'm sure that's not the sexy thought that people have when they think of like. Oh you know you fucking treat burns people think is a fucking sunburn like. What's the big deal? It's actually a huge deal so when we talk about brands there's really three different types of degrees of being burned right like your first degree burns. Your second degree burns. The third degree burns the first degree burns are like very calm more. Sunburns those are the ones. That are really superficial. They're red they're painful and they basically just kind of Cook in the outer most labor skin the epidermis and that's the outermost layer. We're kind of a lot like healing and things like that. Second degree burns are a little bit deeper. And they're sort of partial thickness. This is where you can. People get like blisters. Things like that they can get swollen ought to be very painful and you can get fluid buildup in your the fluid buildup because you're basically injuring partially thick through that performance. Dermot so that you. Can you start leaking out? Fluid from your Durmus to your injured. Overlying epidermis include kind of build up in between layers. And you get a blister right very similar to like a few somebody if you would imagine like friction who thinks friction right since you rub your hands together. Your hands get hot. It's cold outside to sit by the fire but really advanced friction is like you know you're riding your bicycle. Do that crazy. Jump in the fall off and like you know slide across the ground but you've got some pants on but if you have friction injury or burn for for kids running around behind. Somebody's mom data treadmill and they hit the treadmill. That's Goin' power faster going six miles an hour. Whatever it was and you can get a friction. Burn it. It's basically a shearing force of epidermis on top of your than those layers were stuck together and now you're just hearing and that cheering caused mechanical injury. But it can also cause a heat injury right. Yeah I guess you know but until you said it I never consciously thought about it like you know it's like oh I got a blood list. You'd look at something and you say like you were describing fluid behind the epidermis. You're losing fluid but is trapped into their. It's kind of weird to think of yeah. You're damaging layer beneath it and it's just this cheap sort of coating that's fucking barely hanging on. That's holding stuff in at the Second. You compromise those two layers that should just kind of cascades pretty quickly and your outer layer sort of water barrier and so when that gets disrupted leaking and losing emotional because there's no layer their stop at the weekend and you're not waterproof anymore in that particular part opens you up for like getting infections and other things of that. Nature disrupting the natural barrier of the skin right so speaking of barrier. So we'll get ready to go out for the class and everybody's got their bathing suits and everybody's jazzed up ready to go. They go through all the pre-game stuff Beer check sunglasses check suntan lotion. Check lather each other up. Yeah Hey get my back. I'll get yours everybody's good and I don't honestly think I've ever seen anybody like out at the beach. After being Africa lowers reapply some. I don't think I've ever seen you know that's I'm glad you brought that up. Because that's a I would say that's probably more of a big problem. Compared to somebody setting their house on fire burning down the house. Because I think what you just brought up really doesn't affect more life because as you said you're walking outside with radiating ball of energy in the sky lifts cookie thing instead of going out and get cocoa butter oil. Fry yourself up. People what they do. Is they put sunblock on what they do is they. Have this false sense of security. You know they have this sort of one and done mindset. They apply a little bit and They run around and there's two things that happened really number one is when they're applying their sunblock. They usually nobody's super thorough. Right dislike you just fucking slap a hand on your friends back. Bam hampered on his back true story. You can actually do that with Sunblock. Ya as it happens you also you your body you rush. You miss a lot of spots and the spots that you miss. They get hit by most of the the damaging rays of the we're talking about the UVA and you the ultra-violet A and B Race. Those are the ones that are really the radiation emitted by the sun and that can lead to serious skin damage sunburns skin damage and increases your risk of cancer and skin cancer and talking. Scrim Cell Carcinoma. Stuff like that so you know you missed all these spots.
"darnell" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
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"darnell" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
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