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"david jordan" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Richard can soothe the Confederate battle emblem no longer to be seen on Mississippi's flag, both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the Stars and bars. Democratic state Senator David Jordan. We want Sure is to come here, so we got a banner that would be acceptable. Even Republican State Senator Chad McMahon acknowledged that times have changed. It's a different generation, Mississippi's the hospitality stated. You know as a generation, except when I look at the flag, I thought I thought of the Dukes of Hazzard. The world's a path to pandemic milestones, 500,000 confirmed deaths worldwide in 10 million confirmed cases. Governments that attempted re openings, including some state governments in the US, continue to backtrack and worn worse news could still becoming president. Trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban link fighters bounties to kill U. S. Troops in Afghanistan. Later, he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't the incredible enough to tell him House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being briefed whether it is or not, his administration knows the speaker on ABC is this week broadcast an ominous development in Texas and the search for missing Army private first class Vanessa again missing from Fort Hood since April, unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation. Those new remains discovered within walking distance. Where the skeletal remains of another soldier, Gregory Wedel Morales were discovered last week. Officials have said foul play is suspected. In both cases, though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances. A B C's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee, Freddy Cole died in Atlanta A pianist and vocalist, his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole, died of complications of cardiac illness. Freddy Cole was 88 years old. You're listening to ABC news. The IRS finally caught up with Louis hadn't paid my taxes in eight years. A lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish. Okay. They don't care..
"david jordan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Since the forty six year old was killed at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer family attorney Lee Merritt everyone is stopped and paused and said can we make this one the last one CBS is Janet sadly is there an African American mother of an eighteen year old boy who said it broke her heart when George Floyd that cried out for his mother another young woman just moved to Houston from a Wanda and said that people she knows also how tastic Floyd's funeral will be tomorrow officer Derek Shaw than who has been charged in his death is set this hour for his first court appearance charges have been filed against the twenty four year old St Louis man who police say shot and killed retired police captain David Jordan last week the former officer was trying to protect his friends pawn shop during violent protests responded scholar Henry has more on the push for more accountability and transparency with police departments and what Congress is doing about it lawmakers held an eight minutes forty six seconds moment of silence on Capitol Hill this morning representing the amount of time and now former Minneapolis police officer had his knees are George Floyd snack today this moment of national language is being transformed into a movement of national action Congress is responding to Floyd's death with new police reform legislation among the changes the bill would ban the use of chokehold to subdue suspects and make it easier to prosecute officers for police brutality this just in a group of economists now say the U. S. economy entered a recession in February that ends the longest expansion on record they say implement peaked in February then fell sharply when Kobe nineteen started popping up in the U. S. New York City was once the epicenter of the crowd virus outbreak this morning after nearly three months of being shut down the city began phase one of its reopening very very happy after three months of being home I could not wait to get back to work as states we open across the country seventeen of them have reported an increase in average daily new covert nineteen cases compared with two weeks ago Britain's prince Andrew heading back at the justice department's new bid to get him to be questioned in the Jeffrey Epstein case are Vicky Barker's in London lawyers for prince Andrew suggests federal prosecutors are more interested in seeking publicity than the truth they insist the queen second son offered to help investigators on at least three occasions even as prosecutors were accusing him of zero cooperation looking good on Wall Street now the Dow is up three.
"david jordan" Discussed on Radiolab
"Hundreds of them nearly a thousand their holy name tags had scattered all over the lab floor. In just a few seconds genesis had been reversed. His meticulously named fish had become a mass of the unknown again and it wasn't just the earthquake like shortly before that his beloved daughter Barbara had died a little bit before that his wife had died. His first collection of fish actually got struck by lightning and burnt to the ground. Oh yeah so. This guy's life was just uncannily plagued by chaos and he never seemed phase like he just always kept going and that was what really drew me in about him because when I think about the chaos that rules us as always been really hard for me. And you're you're sort of introduced to this idea When you're little kid comes from your dad right. Yeah what was it that he would would tell you when you were young about chaos and nothing in our place in the order things I mean he just jumped really quickly to everything is meaningless like the minute we could understand words just like nothing means nothing and you'll soon be dead like everything was elector on our place in the world and how small it was and how insignificant we were and how there's no plan and there's No God and there's no magic and there's no destiny and there's not even cosmic justice really like try to be a decent human for sure that matters because because nothing matters actually how we treat each other is all that matters and I think he's a very joyful and he's a scientist and he's a very joyful funny life loving person And so I think as a little kid I made the calculation. Like okay if you believe these things you turn joyful like that like okay that he got that way and so then I would believe all the things but then slowly I'd be like Oh why am I so sad you know like or you know and I think it was this weird. Yeah so it was this weird. You know there's the carpet an there's like there is such a bright side to that stuff you know like if nothing matters. Go taste life and go be courageous. Do the thing that might fail because it doesn't matter. And but what do you do when that thought turns dark or when you're having a hard day thought really makes it worse. I think it's I don't know I found myself. I thought about the people in my life. I mean no radio lab with the history that it has had you know we. We've talked to Hook God. Millions of scientists and there are there is a particular cast of mind. That is exactly as you describe your dad. And also David Starr Jordan this kind of relentless optimist. Almost like somebody who embraces the meaninglessness of the world like an exuberant atheist? In a way. Like there's no meaning holy and isn't it marvellous? Let's hardy yeah. Let's just harder than exuberant. And I I hear you asking the question. Okay agree with you but I can't quite get to the phrase and isn't it marvellous? I can't quite get there. How do I get there like you enquiring that about David Starr Jordan through the book? Like how are you that way you are in the face of all of this chaos total that is so well put? Yeah like I hear you I hear you and then how do I get there and maybe I don't you know poor David Jordan sort of who? I just like through my just existential angst onto but I think I thought he might be. He might have an answer to like. How do you manufacture that that ability to go on on a dark day if you don't believe in anything in Lulu does sort of find an answer for what propelled David Starr Jordan? But it turns out that thing that belief also led him down a really dark path. And we'll go down that path with Lulu after the break. Hey this is florian calling from Linz in Austria. Radio lab is supported in part by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation enhancing public understanding of science and technology in the modern world one for mission about Sloan at www dot. Sloan Dot Org. Jad this is radio lab we have been talking to Lulu Miller about her new book. Y Fish don't exist which is about the chaos and meaningless -ness of the universe and particularly about a guy a scientist named David Starr Jordan who was plagued by that chaos but somehow found a way to push through it all. Yeah and I think the way that he figured out you know. The way that he kept going a key part was that he found purpose in ordering things. He thought that he was solving divine. Plan this hierarchy nature laid out by God and he would eventually you come to believe in Darwinism. Let go of that idea. But he still thought he was. Uncovering a sacred hierarchy. He just believed that this ordering of the natural world had purpose and that alone bullied him through really hard times but like that very belief in an order is also what started to make. Things really turned for him and we actually touched on this part of David Starr Jordan story in an episode that we did over the summer called unfit so here we go so this I guess so. This whole thing begins with a guy and his name is mark bold it is the story of the Supreme Court Case Buck v Bell which made it legal to sterilize people based on eugenics that is the idea that some categories of humans should not exist. Destroy goes into the history of that idea and also the very troubling ways. It is still with us today and David Starr Jordan at a certain point. Quick spoiler alert. If you haven't read the book yet he makes an appearance. So my dude was like one of the earliest loudest most powerful proponents of eugenics. You can see like in the late eighteen hundreds which is decades. Before most American EUGENICIST got the fever. He's slipping it into his courses at Stanford so he's like telling smart him. All these ideas that poverty is linked to the blood and can be exterminated trot these ideas out in front of like hundreds of politicians. And he says you know this is a matter of life and death for the nation and he said the hume the the republic will endure only as long as the human harvest is good. That's a horrible. And he wrote this book he called. He wrote a book called the Human Harvest. Holding it right here and in horrible title. It's it's and it's it's it's horrible inside. He tells to scare people he tells people about this town in Italy called Aosta which for about thirteen hundred. Years was this sort of refuge for people with disabilities or deformities. People send them there in the Church would take care of them and then they can often get married and they work the fields and have families in their helped by the church and some people see that as this beautiful tale of like helping societies role in her bowl and he went there and he wrote about it as a veritable chamber of horrors basically he says he describes the people living there and say they have less decency than the pig and he he like says that it's a different. It's a subspecies of human. And he says this is where you know. America's going to be going if we don't take action. Oh so your guy who sort of seemed to be like a guide for you at a meaninglessness All of a sudden you discover. He's a eugenicist. How did you have that sit with you? Oh I mean it was just utter revolt in like wanted to just throw my arms off him and then I felt a little laws but I think I started to try to really understand like what went so wrong here and after looking at tons of his stuff I actually think the sin wasn't so much the desire to find order in nature. I think it was his certainty. Like things really began to turn for the worse when he just white knuckled his beliefs that the categories between people are fixed and real and immutable and so like at the end of the book. The thing I really come away with is a real wariness of the categories around us. I think you know that's why I titled the Book The Way I did. Why fish don't exist I know it's kind of an obnoxious or maybe seemingly like the like urinating no and what. It's just yeah I think it could be. I don't know but yeah. I don't think it will spoil anything if I asked this question. But let's explain the title. Why don't fish exist? Like what does that mean even mean? Yeah Yeah I think the best way to do it as just to say okay. So like picture a Osaman and a lung fish which looks like a very fishy fish. Kind of big guest right. Yeah and then picture.
"david jordan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"August so we try and he was he was he was a rate of i think yeah and what was your reaction you talking about days. What was your reaction to finding out. She had lunacy you whenever that may have been <hes> totally question a heat today on a loan social media in south been coughing a lot of ah i guess from voters of mine <hes> but i think it was a smart move and i'm told that to people that i would have done the same thing but we three always spike about always be on the right side of the vote. If we have the numbers to vote off luke antarctic. Let's let's go for risk it but it was clear that <hes> after janine tribal that it wasn't happening so i think they call for me. I love to know what was your reaction to being a contender because i know a lot about the community the community i think raised some eyebrows that yeah i know i love being contender. I love being an underdog. It's sort of how i spent my professional career. Install i was never one of the big plays winning awards and accolades and stuff on southside comfortable underdog in and with the contenders little punch of put together to dry. Does he know any of the champions beforehand like he played on assignment black for example i we did so i'd i'd played against black a few times <hes> not directly but like out team bus his team and <hes> i i b as well i think i could have had what would watch football yeah that anyone can you pass annoy yeah so i mean. I definitely think you could have been a champion. I think you proved to be quite hi to champion of survivor and great to see that you're such a fan and did so well. Thanks for coming on the podcast was great to watch your game and i look forward to seeing you on the jury very much all right. Thanks bye okay everyone there. You have it a really fun recap. I thought with yana. I mean this is like hyper. Strategic season and there were three three episodes again a bit this week so there was so much you get into their. I hope you guys enjoyed. It happens much as i enjoy sharing about it and then i also enjoyed the interview with sean on. Obviously you know really smart. Search play seems like a lovely guy as well. We got some insight into some pretty big things i mean. The fake idol swab was definitely a big one a huge story plot point that we were able to kind of dig into that exit interview and i do apologize again that we weren't able to get david jordan on the accident view. They had those really really tight schedules and i guess it's just a combination of that being really unfortunate and then also the other part of that which is that you know. I've inherited archie p. We do the international survivor content of grateful to that and it's such an amazing platform to have at the same time. This is still my thirst australians season that i'm doing and i still have some leeway even with huge platform so i guess i'm i was really disappointed. Obviously not to talk to you either of them. Especially david i mean i would love to get him on my from the future utah oviously a huge priority to get on the cost in the future crazy mind that i needed into on the podcast fish oil so it was disappointing for me. I'm really sorry that we we. We didn't get to get those interviews to you but i'm still always worth kind of building my pie in this community in my relationship with the network in order to be a really goes you platform when there is limited time for these people that are doing the interviews under like a more limited schedule so i'm still working on that and i'm obviously trying really hard without but i do apologize that we weren't able to get those interviews to you. I hope that you enjoy what we were able to give you. The rehab and the shaun and i'm just so grateful that you've listened to this. If you're two and a half thousand to this podcast thank you so much. Thank you very much for listening so thanks again subscribing internationals who were half of speed and we'll see you next week bye eh <music>..
Phoenix, James Mcevoy And Captain Marvel discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"This first story is about dark Phoenix. And last summer, we learned the dark Phoenix was going back to Montreal for re-shoots. But sources told us at that time that contrary to reports a whopping three months of additional photography. That's a lot right there. They were simply going back for two and a half weeks of re-shoots on the third act of the movie. However, now we're finding out that, that might not. Have been the case in April. We found out the dark Knicks, the dark Phoenix ending was being changed in re-shoots from a space setting to a climax that finds the X men kidnapped and on a military train. Now, we've got James McEvoy telling Yahoo UK that the ending was changed because it was too similar to another superhero. Movie, here's the exact quote the end of dark v. Necks changed a hell of a lot the finale head to change. There was a lot of overlap and parallels with another superhero movie that came out a while ago. And we had no idea that we were dot dot dot com. Trailed off their you know the quote just ended. So let's jump into this, but before I even ask for your opinions, we gotta check the live chat, because there are a lot of people chiming in on whether or not they're planning on even seeing dark, Phoenix. David Jordan, Darrow says got my tickets already reviews. Don't stop me from seeing any DC or marvel movie has called for twenty said got mine. I ten minutes they went on sale. Sale. Kyle Johnson says I'll probably get my tickets next week going in cautiously optimistic. So back to that, quote now what movie do you think James McEvoy was referring to is pretty obvious was captain marvel especially when we talk about the difference in design of dark Phoenix, Jean grey taking away, making less flamy more different in that approach? So it seems to imply plus the train sequence we saw in captain marvel we have that in the trailers, and of course in the movie as well. So maybe there was a lot of that involved here as well. Trying to take away any kind of reference to cap the most he was the most obvious choice. Yeah. Especially when you consider the change in the setting of the third act to from cosmic to on a military train moving away from the cosmic aspect, and that's the thing that before Jeff Thompson here. I don't know if I buy this explanation to be honest with you have a couple of sources who saw this movie early cuts move in March of twenty eighteen and they tell me that the ending was already on earth. So I don't know if this is their way of. Hey, we pitched you space movie, but we had to change it because of that. And so now it's on the ground, I wonder if they're doing a little PR to cover their butts. I don't know. But it seems odd to me that they would say, oh, we're just gonna put it on the ground. Now. We don't want it to be Spacey when people had seen in the first an early cut of this film, and it was already on the ground in front of a certain monument in New York. So I dunno. I thought it was aqua man now there it is. Yeah. I you know, are you signing that sarcastic? It's nice. I don't know what the original ending was. I don't know what the new ending is other than it's on a train. I have no idea what movie could. All right. So even though we don't know specifically how dark Phoenix is going to end nor should we really right now before we even see the movie another question that comes from the story is should a movie even be changed for this reason. Because to me, it sounds like oh, hey. Maybe they should have taken a little more time to develop the story creatively so that you don't run the risk of having. Other movies out there being too similar to your own. That's a good point. Yeah. I don't know. I feel like we saw two different asteroid movies, we've seen to differ Truman Capote moves. It doesn't matter. It's about quality. Can you deliver the goods, even though the you may vote another movie? I don't think it really matters. It's a matters. Can you do it? Well, that's what as at the end of the day, a lot of movies have seen that feel similar to other movies, but they do a distinctly different and make it work with the organic structure of their movie. So I, I don't think it's a way to change things. Dark Phoenix was originally slated to come out before captain marvel anyway, right? So it's like they kind of had they beat captain marvel tha that ending. So why did they switch you know they don't think it's train. Yeah. Something, something doesn't add up to me. And this goes back to Jeff Snyder, the reporters number one rule for being a reporter, which is don't believe anything in actor tells you don't know anything. Well. To be fair. There's there's no to being there to James McEvoy. Things that were debating right now, whether or not their true aren't the specific things that James McEvoy pointed out and said the finale had to change. He was in saying, you know, we changed it from the cosmic thing to the, the trains. Right to stick to maga- voice, quote. I am of the mind that if it is, too similar than than. Yeah. I'm okay with a change. I'm okay with them thinking we have to change this differentiate ourselves in distinguish ourselves in the marketplace, particularly not being a movie that's going to do as well as captain marvel. If that is, in fact, the movie that we're talking about here. So I'm I am sensitive to those creative issues and I don't blame Kimber for wanting to go back and tinker with it. But yeah, I'm with you John, that a lot of this. This is just so much PR on the entire X men franchise, including the next film, which we'll talk about soon, which I don't really fault them at because this is a lame duck superhero film, none of these actors are going to come back and play these characters again, in the MC you Disney and Disney marvel trying to recoup as much as they can from this film. So they're doing this PR pushing I wouldn't put it past someone like McEvoy or fast bender to, like, okay, I'm going to speak about. These are the points. We'd like goes to hit. Okay. I'll do it as part of the PR programs. Part of promoting the movie. No prob. Problem. But I don't fault them. They want to make as much as possible gonna talk about new means a little bit. Same thing. They're just on recoup as much possible for they move on. I got. No. I don't fault them. I just wish I just think people can see through this.
"david jordan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Chilies weakened. Better. Glide on as Dr. On the right side. Download a Haitian. In behind the net. Moral peace. Taken. Fell. There will be aimed by there will be a game six between these two central division teams. And it was all Dallas Stars in this game. As they never gave the blue suggests the blues top players top lines. They're going to have to regroup. Big time. Bringing five in Saint Louis sent a novice three this series tied to two words that are very depressing moving into tomorrow night, Amy as we now know that this one's going to be at least two more games. It comes back to Saint Louis. But boy, oh boy right now after that game the other night, I'm not not feeling as good as I was going into the series against the Dallas Stars. Well, if you look at it this way to two is where the Saint Louis blues found themselves in the series with Winnipeg and things worked out. Okay. For them in that series on the flip side to two is where the Dallas Stars found themselves in a series against Nashville. And that's here. He's also worked out okay for them. So I think the reason why we're feeling a little bit. You know extra down today is the way the blues lost that game. I think that's a bigger thing. That's how they. They lost that game. Because look at the end of the day. You knew you were going to remain undefeated on the road. You knew you weren't going to have an easy route to the Stanley Cup finals. It was going to have some adversity, and you're going to have to respond to it. But it's the way that they played Amy because the the fact that they came back twice in the third period in game three made you feel like this team was unstoppable. But then watching the turnovers watching the misplace -ment of defenseman watching the I don't want to say losing control. But definitely losing their advantage in terms of keeping their cool all those factors played into something where you're like boy the Dell stars may have just figured out a way to solve this puzzle. While the game was very different at least from the blues perspective than what we've seen this entire postseason. I mean, you think of Winnipeg they were almost eerily calm in the face of Winnipeg's aggravates. Right. I mean, the blue. Who's kept their cool. And I feel like that frustrated the jets that much more because whether it was shy fli or buffalo, and they just couldn't get under the blue skin, the blue state comb, they stayed cool. They fought back. They were resilient. You mentioned game three against the Dallas Stars the blues had four separate leads. Sure. You don't want to lose those leads. But the fact that they never panicked. They never lost their cool. They came back that was the resilience last night the blues one never got to their game could say maybe in the third period. They started playing better they're playing proved their executing a little bit better in the third period. But it was too little too late as the cliche goes. But the blues didn't get to their game last night. And they also lost their cool. Now, I I'm not necessarily saying or equating losing their cool with what we saw out of David Jordan Bennington because sometimes I think that ugliness nastiness is necessary. And it doesn't necessarily. Early mean, you've lost your cool Jordan Vinnie ten after he took those two miners still stood on his head in the third period. It wasn't like he came unhinged. So I'm not against a little extra curricular activity, as you know, because I am 'cause she idolizes Brad Marchand. Hey, I wasn't gonna say allies. I would say maybe in admire of you have a fat head poster of bread in your bedroom. Do not lie. So you know, I like to see feistiness just here's how feistiness works out to me. It all depends on the outcome. If you take a minor for a penalty like excuse me, if if you take a penalty for punching Jamie, Ben in the back of the head has been intended or giving Ben Bishop a little whack across the stick. And your team comes back kills those off and lives to fight another day..
"david jordan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Obviously both teams in the double bonus here overtime eleven point two to go. Iowa. Had Bohannon drive to the bucket fantasy was really guarding the perimeter tightly. So as to prevent a clean look at a free pointers. They settled for the Bohannon driving bucket, but they're still down four eleven point two to play in the basketball game. You're in overtime, Tennessee. Imbalance? Frank williams. Williamson down on the day. Song works, David Jordan. Bony foul I five to go. But also bone did a nice job of when he caught the basketball. He just didn't keep it stationary things moving at around. So that it ordered. There was no way they could grasp it to get a jump ball, which would have been in favour ally. But they had to foul. A second and a half. Go off the clock. Yep. One point seven to be exactly what from eleven point five and here's bone on live eighty three percent for the free throw line. It's his first trip to the line to that. First one's good. So back-off will hawk is daily checks out. Second one would extend with Tennessee lead to six with nine point five seconds remaining in overtime. Bone. Ready for the second one. This is good. Seconds to go. Inbound website has the fire law three. No, good, rebound, Tennessee. And how to do it? Volunteers headed for the Sweet Sixteen they were pushed and pulled into overtime. The Tennessee volunteers are headed for the Sweet Sixteen with an overtime. Eighty three seventy seven win over the Iowa Hawkeye. Response for Iowa down twenty five to get the game to overtime. Had actually remember off the bowling on the front four down to would've elected the shooter to shoot the free to try to win. It. Regulation grew contact. The Pao two free throws. In overtime. But Tennessee is able to push revere and advance. You wondered as you went into overtime. You felt like they will Manam was with I will. Because of the fact they were over over able to overcome such a huge deficit. You really have to give Tennessee credit. The experience of the veteran players their ability to settle down and find a way to win this ball game. Listen, if it wasn't pretty. I mean seriously this this reminded me of the movie rocky. They were Apollo creed. With rope a dope in that first half making. I will look bad. But yet. I will wouldn't give up they kept taking Tennessee's best punch. They kept standing up. It was almost like even in the movie when Apollo creed in rocky were in the clinches Apollo was like just give up man just give up, but they wouldn't do it and see is able to advance little Sweet Sixteen junior guard, Jordan, bona the volunteers joins us. Now. Jordan, there's been a lot of the talk about how this was kind of like a heavy white flight you guys delivered some early punches. And they went down and came back discuss. What was the what you guys were going through in the conversation? You had win. I made the one in overtime you guys could settle in and finish the job. Right. You know, these guys made their run they went down the stretch, and they made some tough shots and Mason plays down at the round. They got a couple of in one place. We want to focus on more importantly, we're just make it on a man, you know, they were hitting some big shots. And we want to execute offensively. And do what we do know day in and day out establish are inside presence. We got the ball out, and we made the right place. We talked to Rick Barnes yesterday. He talked about you or the key. He talked about the he wanted you to play downhill that you thought you guys were a little casual against Colgate. On friday. What was it that he actually talking? That's what he told us. What did he talked to you about specifically going into this game from you know, just demanding my spots on the Courtney on those two elbows. That's where I have to try and get every single, Tom. No teams have done a great job in scouting me. You know, trying to prevent from getting there. We've learned the three two-zone and China off trying to play inside the three point arc, but I have to demand that spot men in order for us to be successful. Once I get there. I can make the right players. According to often, it's Jordan you made the point in the news conference yesterday talked about how soul-crushing heartbreaking the loss in the second round was to Wyoming last year. What's this feeling like now? No one you were able to get over that hump. And you're going to the Sweet Sixteen man. It feels amazing. No this up. This is a really tough game. There was a fight. We knew it was going to be like there's going into the game. I'm just me so much that this team really came together. We do whatever it takes to win. That was the main point whatever it takes. We're not going home. We're not going home early this year, man. And we just average that earlier in the game. I'm wants to be physical. You want to run the offense. No, lock them up to physically make itself on congratulations. You're the Sweet Sixteen. Thank all, right. Jordan bone had that big three to get overtime underway for the volunteers wild up this afternoon, helping Tennessee advance to its first Sweet Sixteen in five years his volunteers in overtime winning by a final score of eighty three to seventy seven. It's time for the Mercedes Benz vans player of the game. So many choices will produce there really is listen. Admiral Scofield had a great first half. But I think what you have to do is I'm leaning more towards grant Williams a two-time SEC player of the year. He had twelve points in the second half, six points in the second half, six and overtime. He totaled nineteen points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals. He did a little bit of everything you were wondering if Tennessee was going to be able to hold on. Almost like once they got to overtime they settled down and their experience show valued effort by Iowa, but Tennessee, thanks in large measure to grant Williams efforts advances. He's the player of the game. Sponsored by Mercedes Benz vans built for you. The all new spinner built in the USA. Final score in overtime, Tennessee, eighty three seventy seven when we return we'll have more. The Gatorade zero post game report. You're.
"david jordan" Discussed on Maybe It's You
"'cause I'm trying to get my bearings. I just wanna tell you something real quick, vulgar and unfunny. And we couldn't stop the whole week. Vulgar and unfunny like, I just couldn't stop and. And he was none. None of those things vulgar. He had one bit that included masturbating, but it was not vulgarity. It was it was it was him in a room full of two good looking people having sexy. Good looking sex. But it wasn't my guys if you were going to get the label get out there and get Vogler, and he wasn't unfunny was not people that he had opened a show for for sixty year olds. I'm like, why are you not in that thing? It's what time is it feels like it's back to the RV time. It's early separate bothered with the bed. I just lay on the floor. One of those things. Ben in one of these before. But I forgot because Paul McCartney came in and change the room when you and I were back in New York, and we went to the guts invited on the fighters buses run a fancy bus. You forget you're on a fancy bus because Paul McCartney walks in. And then you don't remember anything else that we were on the bus with with David Jordan in the rest of Davis bus where it was just from the fires the other ones have owned bus, right? The other words, but it was David Jordan who are who are friends that we know in love and then via this to the Jeff from survivor. Jeff PROST, I was actually very he was he was great. He was so nice. And we're on the tour bus after their Budweiser gig the week of the Super Bowl or some business. Right. Wasn't something like that. And then Paul McCartney comes on the bus with his. Girlfriend at the time. It was it was pre show 'cause member we were helping. We were we were backstage and set and literally put his hand. I was like hi, Paul. This is this has this is I'm Amirah. Nice to meet you Paul is this. How do you Dave know each other? Right. Is it from fame? How do you? How do you pass each other in the fame tunnel? That you guys have you both have a dead friend. He lovely. He was fancy tour buses, you're right. Amir here. We've got we knew the new the grows. Knew them better. But still kind of in passing. It wasn't like. Holidays together exactly invited us back. And then we're sitting in sort of an antechamber like we're in there. You know when you go. No, there's the VIP. And then there's the VIP. So we're in the VIP thing fucking John McEnroe's back there, like, it's it's okay. It's still you don't know to say to people, you don't know them. And everyone would just wants to talk today. And he came wandering out grab just us and took us back, and I feel like he has the wrong people, and and took us back there number sitting back there, and I'm like Probst what a bonus bonus. It was like so funny and nice and. And we're fancy best polled. And are you Paul?.
"david jordan" Discussed on KOMO
"Family so close to. So that kind of danger the idea that you have to make this choice to take somebody's life. It could be a psychological burden or in the case of damage on a physical one. Doing well today, nearly fourteen years later mccown still suffers in pain. Get phantom pains will crush stabby sensation on November. Twentieth. Two thousand five a gunman had already shot five people inside the Tacoma mall. Mccown a CPO holder confronted the shooter. But it was Dan who was shot. Not the gunman accounts bravery, still credited for ending the chaos and despite the suffering. He has no regrets societies applied society. And the best thing about a concealed weapons permit is my gun protects you. John Holst, a west coast armouring north reminds people CPL is more than just a right? That's a unique power, and it's an enormous responsibility. He teaches more than just safe handling and gun laws. But also immoral thoughtfulness said someone die the executed for punching someone in the nose. Then why would you even consider pointing a gun at people in those circumstances. Gosh example, two years ago in spanaway, a convenience store owner was sentenced to eight years in prison when he shot and killed an unarmed. Man, he believed was robbing his store, and it's cases like these that worry Robert Silber of Washington cease-fire that the fact is if there's a gun in a whether it's a home or in a public place, the more likely violence is going to occur with the use of that guy. He believes this will be part of the next gun debate. What is going to be allowed? Whether it's open carry whether it's going to be concealed weapons. Meanwhile, both David Jordan Damakau continue to carry just in case. A worst case scenario happens again to help people or a need and that includes yourself. I'm not carrying.
"david jordan" Discussed on KOMO
"Only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Some shoots county residents near bend. Oregon say their wells are running dry after cannabis growing operations move in nearby while the state investigation determined that growing operations had a relatively limited effect on groundwater near the area. That hasn't stopped rural county resonance from drawing a connection between uses but one marijuana grower says his company uses between fifteen hundred three thousand gallons per day, a fraction of what similar amounts of. Hey, and I'll take to grow a man who previously was the first child pornography suspect named to the FBI's. Most wanted list has been sentenced to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to watching child porn on a bus traveling across Montana US district. Judge Donald Molloy. Also, sentenced sixty seven year old Eric Franklin Rosser of Ellensburg to a lifetime of supervised release on Friday. Two proposals. That would allow the state to observe permanent daylight savings time. I have advanced in the legislature. Both would save residents from the twice-yearly clock shift at currently accompanies the change putting it an hour out of sync with surrounding states for roughly four months out of the year. But for either to take effect federal lawmakers would also have to act a former Amazon employee in Kentucky with the implementary bowel condition known as Crohn's disease suing the company over his dismissal for what he says was a need for more bathroom breaks. The lawsuit says the company violated the Americans with disability act with unyielding and inhuman policies regarding bathroom access. The former employees nNcholas Dover of Lexington says Amazon was aware of his illness. When he was hired at a Winchester, call center in November of twenty sixteen. There are now more than six hundred thousand gun owners with a concealed pistol license here in our state for those who've pulled their gun or even fired their weapons in public. They warn there can be repercussions. Even in a case of self defense. To explain more. Komo's Ryan Yamamoto looks at how the rights of CPO holders can come with a burden of responsibility. Let's give a listen. A gunman on a rampage at the time water WalMart in June of last year. And after the gunman shoots a shopper in the parking lot. It was David Georgian armed citizen, but a concealed pistol license who takes the shot and ends the danger. I get a lot of folks who say you were there at the right time many calling George a hero. And while he likely prevented others from getting hurt first night with sleepless. You describes the day traumatic and even sought out counseling. The idea of like having your family so close to. So that kind of danger the idea that you have to make this choice to take somebody's life. It could be a psychological burden or in the case of damn account of physical one. I'm gonna do today. Nearly fourteen years later mccown still suffers in pain, I get phantom canes will crush stabbing sensations November twentieth. Two thousand five gunman had already shot five people inside the Tacoma mall. Mccown CPO holder confronted the shooter. But it was Dan who was shot. Not the gunman accounts bravery, still credited for ending the chaos and despite the suffering. He has no regrets society is a polite society and the best thing about a concealed weapons permit is my gun protects you. John host John West coast armory north reminds people CPL is more than just a right? That's the unique power, and it's an enormous responsibility. He teaches more than just safe handling and gun laws. But also immoral thoughtfulness should someone die the executed for punching someone in the nose. Then why would you even consider pointing a gun at people in those circumstances. Gosh, near example, two years ago in spanaway, a convenience store owner was sentenced to eight years in prison when he shot and killed an unarmed. Man, he believed was robbing his store, and it's cases like these that worry Robert Silber of Washington cease-fire that the fact is if there's a gun in a whether it's a home or in a public place, the more likely violence is going to occur with the use of that guy. He believes this will be part of the next gun debate is going to allow whether it's open carry whether it's going to be concealed weapons. Meanwhile, both David Jordan, Dan, Macau continue to carry just in case. A worst case scenario happens again to help people or a need, and that includes yourself about.
"david jordan" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Will be back in just a second on Jessica. It's Jordan Jesse go. I'm Jesse thorn the moose tracks, man. Jordan Morris bullied at tech. Michael eagle? Human being can I recommend something to the two of you, please. No, no. If you get the opportunity, and this isn't look, I I don't have control over your life as much as I'd like to think, I do I know control your life. I can just make suggest. Yeah. Go wherever I want to give the opportunity become a business person. I'll tell you why. When you become a business person? It's something I've learned as I've grown from solo practitioner too. You know, what they call a small shop? To create a businessman. What I am today that come with ahead. Absolutely. It's like at Tri corner. Wow, local front. It's like a naval British naval hat of the seventeenth century magnate. You'd get that batting helmet with the two beers on. So. My suggestion to you is become a business person. Because when you are a business person people start to appreciate your business. Like, the fact that you could buy something from them or hire them for service or something along these lines, and then you will receive gift baskets at Christmas. Interesting. I had never received a gift basket in my life until let's call it three years ago. Now, I'm in a place where the business is is doing. Well, we're we're we got a lot of people work here. We got people that we work with they send us gift baskets. We'll get three four gift baskets over the course of December. Well, I'm the owner. I get first pick of anything. I want out of that fucking thing. We'll have bicycles in them. What are they got makers? Ice cream makers. I most of it some zanthosyn gum. That's. Go to the gift basket doubt, Harry and David Jordan, Mike and Jesse. I'm I am a business as an entertainer. And because of that I have people who work for me in the way of agents in the network, and I'm working with right now, I had a birthday recently, the network and my agents gummy birthday gifts feel so strange. What were they good good gifts? They were. Well, meaning all of them were like all these people kind of know who I am stuff. It's just a hastily written coupon. Good for one free backrub. Twas not but would have appreciated share. I don't know how to thank them because it's like so many Email threads. I don't. I don't know. How to because none of the Email threads are about my birthday. They're all about business. And then have to like I'd have to go comb through the Email threads in try to note. I can't I don't even look at this point. You're going to have to send them an edible arrangement. I don't even. I don't even know all my age. What are we looking at booking agent? What other types of agent, you gotta show business agent. Yeah. But I have like four of them. Yeah. And I don't know who was all in on this gift. And who wasn't right? Yeah. Yeah. I don't think they all were just right at some bikes agents care of endeavor. All right. I liked this plan whether or not endeavor represents you they can they know each other. That's fine. And forward at around something. I have an piece of advice. I was given by show business insider this year. Yeah. Is that always in cookies to happen? You're right. Exactly. That guy gets shit made. If I have heard that if you want to really make a splash with your show, biz holiday gift giving you don't you don't send the stuff to the to the agents say, that's that's that. They're they're getting stuff, you know, sprayed at him from every direction they're drowning in ipod Nanos, so many Nanos everybody sending them in Nanno guys. Don't know what to do their lousy with Nanos..
"david jordan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Gophers trying to get to three and oh there too. And they have a nine point lead here on Texas and welcome back to Vancouver Vancouver. Showcase grim. Intelligent with you. Dan rowbotham. Our engineer. David Jordan is our gopher radio network producer eleven twenty to play in the basketball game. Gophers will have the ball with a nine point advantage. Venture has the updated statutes Minnesota controlling the glass thirty to twenty out rebounding the eighties. They do have eighteen turnovers. The gophers sexist AM's eleven correct rock stall two of two from three not turnovers. One assistant ten minutes and two rebounds. He has the ball on the inbound for Minnesota one dribble. Gives to Murphy at the free throw line. Murphy works his way right into the post op with a shot. Foul. Jordan murphy. John takes it right to the block. He now has nine points. And it'll be one shot here for Minnesota. The foul on Walker. He has two seven fouls now Murphy's walks. When he gets that mentality won't be denied. Free throw. No good. He has four rebound rebound points. So he needs to do a little work here. Minnesota by eleven a little work to do to get back to his double ws two for two so far. Here's a dribble drive in a nice shot by mayhem who showing some tonight a little four foot clutter. He has a it's a nine point game. Fifty one forty two. Ten fifty to go. Washington and mcbrayer play little two man game out front stall. Oh to two and mercy on the floor. Washington had stolen in another turnover may hand on the double team has tried to get fancy splitting the two defenders Mitchell in their gives right side for flag. And now Wendell Mitchell out front passed a may handers had a nice secondhand gets on the right wing to Mika Wu-liu, the transfer from Tennessee State grad transfer, he goes to work on Otaru shot up off the window and a fancy shot is good. He has a dozen and it's a seven point game. Four in a row for the aggies after it was just eleven approach the midway point here of half number two channel tested shot. Here's Murphy out front. Right hand dribble. The San Antonio Texas native playing against a team from his home state, layup good took it right into the rack creek left handed shot. He has eleven Minnesota by nine fifty three forty four nine fifty to go. You he wants to be Texas A&_M. Here's a ball by Otaru diving four bodies on the deck and called on Otaru. It'll be am basketball. Daniela hustle foul. His second. Now. You gotta wait. They we're going to send some subs in. But now they got away the fouls on how to a hassle foul there. Guys, really going after a loose ball through. Now wholesale subs coughing and forestall calcium for Washington and Stockman in for stall. And now to is also. Ballgame tips, there's a foul. So that's why the. Got reset. Yeah. Coaches were asking that they didn't have possession, which is say didn't. But it didn't matter because if follow automatically resets it now may should have reset the twenty. Here's a shot by man what a second half sixteen good. He's in double figures with ten stiffy three forty six back to seven nine twenty to go. I am not going away here and they go to his own now. One to two might be Cal time. Mcbrayer gives to Cal on the left wing wants a screen from stock. But nothing they're thirteen to shoot they reverse it on the right wing mcbrayer. Skipped PASCAL Scher. Ball fake sign Stockman at the elbow down. Low. Murphy he has doubled with five shoot back to the basket pass, Donald Stockland layup feed from Murphy and a good job by keeping the ball. High fifty five forty six gophers by nine eight fifty to play. Starts out front screen. Little pick and roll action starts working on Stockman does around Stockman shot up and good rattled around and went in play coffee. Cannot contain stark says he beat him off the dribble on the pick and roll fifty five forty eight. That's a tough match-up seven point advantage. Eight and a half to me every night, the big ten when you say surreal point guard like Stark's, here's mcbrayer at three in the air is no good rebound is tipped to may hand. Got it. May hand core. Am brings it into the offensive in on the left wing, lady and working on Coffey. Into the paint. He got fouled by coffee and may handle go to the line one and one mirrors is really struggling this evening in particular of keeping guys in front of him. It's almost like when he he relaxes just enough on the defensive side of the ball where.
"david jordan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And. Zero. The number. It's called the night. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight three three seven hundred. Last week. I I reported that well we had Jordan maximum show last week. And. I reported that serpent slithering out for between the ancient stones of Israel's western wall chasing, a pigeon, and that sparked fears. Then it was a harbinger of a major event that would be a fulfillment of prophecy for the apocalypse. Now, if you go back show on soundcloud. You will realize all the numbers symbols all their values were all adding up to a turning point in history. When claims like these are made there are many people who are expecting all kinds of hell and fire, and I was going through this catharsis on the air of numbers and symbols and possible connections and inverting numbers to make nine elevens. And it was just like, you know, I was just having this Allwood myself on the radio was later in the night. When I did it a lot of people thought it was okay. I was thinking man, maybe losing my mind here. And I was saying, you know, with all the numbers the numbers all add up after the election. It's even going to be weirder than it's been ever. You know? And what's funny is when you make peculiar claims about an outcome. Or you say the numbers all have at something very bad is coming. People are expecting all kinds of hell and fire, and they are expecting to be something like a seats will be the mill epic. Biblical epic movie that kind of thing, and I just say to them, you, look, I guess it's in the eye of the beholder whether you're affected or not is is the important part here. And if you didn't see anything spectacular have nothing transpires to your satisfaction. You would often be up for saying. I was stupid. I said something stupid, but chances of anything happening to that point where you were basically. In this desolate earth, people talk about big events people tend to just over exaggerate the big events, and they say to themselves. Oh, this is going to be huge ever. Quite says. Nothing happens is huge. I had a guy right me after I talked about the final blow saying I said. Have a biological attack on the United States? I on Alex Jones show, I said on several other shows, and so when the when the rice was sent out to the leadership the president and the chiefs of staff and everything else, some guy writes really says man, I put on my faith into your into your show public faith. You I can't tell my friends the final blow of that was President Trump getting a poison centrum of biological aging. Centrum I said, well, look. If you don't think that was a final blow of you don't think it was a bad thing to happen to this country and find well, just wait a few days, we have bomb sent out right? Have bombed out after that. They're all hoax bombs. No, one cares. And then we have the shooting at the at the synagogue. We have a we have a snake crawl out from the stones. At the Wailing Wall. I everybody's thinking. Wow. This is some sort of apocalyptic fair, we have strange numbers. Like, what was it? Eleven eleven. People were killed six people were injured in that synagogue synagogue shooting that happened a few weeks ago. And eleven six was the date of the election, flip that over becomes the nine eleven, and you know, all all numbers point disaster. All all disasters in cataclysms in the eyes of the beholder. I mean, it only works all this stuff works only if you are knowledgeable about. This whole game. Of the crumbs. The prophecy crumbs thrown at you from time to time in the apocalypse. The myth or legends. Tell us that man gain knowledge during his evolutionary trail it reported. It's been reported that knowledge was the very thing. Because band to fall or to decay. So. I just wonder sometimes how it is in obtaining knowledge causes anything to fall or fail. I mean, if anything you'd think that our creator would expect it to gain knowledge in order to better ourselves. But of course, the confusion is that man obtained is knowledge from. The serpent the knowledge from bad places. Okay. What was determined to be bad places? So this is why the serpent metaphor has had this profound impact. I think. On the worshippers. Wailing Wall Israel. I mean because of the connections to the serpent the the tree of knowledge in the tree of life. And of course, the synagogue was called the tree of life synagogue, elevens sixes, and I mean, look. It has also been spun. And you see it all spin around this renewed awareness. But what can be called the reptilian agenda something that people like David Ike? So many people Bill Cooper, David Jordan Maxwell who Des list of all these people that were pushing this whole idea of a reptilian agenda or bitter reptiles among us but Hopkins before he died said that a lot of the aliens are among us right now are aliens that are that are hiding behind human faces. And so the rep Chilean agenda again is on the minds of people bringing forth. The these ancient beings. Hi, Chilean faces and they hide behind these human math. So this race of beings. There are now getting new awareness because of this this situation happened in Israel. These race of beings are meant to torment mankind, and in the process spark a change where behaviors would have to adapt to new paradigm. So the so called alien threat or the beings that threaten us would be rumored to be among us, and that they're cutting plan is to turn the planet in a completely different direction and would be a grand intervention or some cosmic Dave sex Martina were the entire civilization have to we decimated divided and left to rebuild after a cataclysmic cycle. So yes, maybe we do need the seats will be the mill type of epic destruction or decimation before people wake up and say, wait a minute. Things aren't going the way we thought they were gonna go. What is going on here? Well, it's because spiritual were divided spiritually. We're we're becoming inapt. Carl young wrote about alien intervention. I think when he did he wrote in sort of a metaphor Kway sort of like the idea that alien intervention can be compared to a demonic possession. That's why we confuse the two alien intervention. How it's part of our consciousness young said, well, it's quite fascinating. Because he says that the so-called alien invasion happens because we're asking for it literally. We summon. These archetypes in our lives, and they come to torment us because somehow we're sending the signal to them without even knowing it. So when you read Young's analysis, the concept of alien intervention and UFO phenomenon represented a form of alienate with oneself. It was projected into the heavens. In other words, disenchantment and you're sending that signal out into the cosmos, and someone is picking up on it. It's like when you pray. God knows what you sincerely praying. God knows when you're just going through the motions got knows when you cursing people in your prayers. So here you are sending out this this self projected, negativity or whatever into the sky or you have this want and supplication that you're sending into the sky. And then all of a sudden the aliens show up or we see these exorbitant about of UFO's, we see all this stuff going on. And they act as harbingers indicating that something is terribly wrong with the world right now. Some of these so-called aliens bring inspiration and revelation certain individuals, but it all depends on the contact. He and the contact he attempts to point out how we can save the planet and reconciler relationship with the universe. But of course, that's one side of the story. This conciliation doesn't take place. Then the alien intervention can backfire and become a malignant cancer on the consciousness of mankind. And so what happens when when all of that becomes malignant? We start to see. Blight and destruction. And young says this young says this he says, quote, it depends on us. Whether we help coming of insta- birth by understanding them and reinforce their healing effect. Or whether we repress them with our prejudices narrow minded ignorance, thus turning their effect into its opposite in deploys in destruction. So history. If you go back in history. History. Demonstrates the Carl young maybe right about the alien consciousness and what it can do to a civilization. Keep in mind. And then when I talk about an alien consciousness. It's not about being lightning enlightenment. The most people talk about what they talk about e t I went to my extra. Intelligent alien consciousness is an invading consciousness that turns into some sort of malignant philosophy. So you know, if you can go through some of the ancient writings, they won't call it an alien infiltration or they won't call it an alien incarnation. But what they'll call it is a possession. Okay. So this is where you can mix the two alien demon or whatever. Alien meaning something we don't want something that is here that we don't want something that's among us. There is a malignancy on.
"david jordan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Out my coffee. Just going to six. Let the girls go on and vote. And let's see a couple of other numbers. More women are going to congress and ever before. Women are on track to exceed the previous record of one hundred and seven and among them. You got rush Shida Talib and Ilan Omar of Minnesota who were the first Muslim women to be elected to congress. Are they going to be wearing headsets on the I don't know how strict cars, they are to their religion, and the laws, you know, there's different variations of you know, how you study in. How you practice your religion? Yeah. It'll be interesting if they're wearing your jobs out on the congressional floor. That'll be something to look forward to and congress will now have its first to native American women, and it's not polka hana's about New England either. Democrats cherise, I don't know whether they pronounce David Jordan divides of Kansas, and Deb Haaland HA L A and D of New Mexico will be sworn in and outside of Washington now nine women get to put governor in front of their names and in Colorado, Jared polish is now the country's first openly gay governor now deafened in Colorado. And the people celebrating wins today, including thirty eight black women, and perhaps as a warning to the establishment. This is the largest number of freshmen lawmakers since nineteen Ninety-three. So they're bringing in new blood all the time, and it should be like that. I know it really we need term limits time three times in the house. Two terms in the Senate, and that's it. And they could get that done if they would put together a proposal that didn't impact people who are there. Now. You mean, we look at Nelson what forty seven years, man. Maybe one thing he did besides go to speak lost. No one piece of legislation. Can you say that he was like behind behind? It was nothing. That's why I think it helped Rick Scott because what was most recent in the minds of the voters hurricane Michael. Now things like, you know, there are other things that could hurt him late late late the red tide was a big issue for Rick Scott. But you knew what you were getting we've risk gotten Bill Nelson. Both of them have been politics forever. Yeah. The the other biggest contribution. Most important contribution that Bill Nelson made was losing. That that's the most important thing. He's ever done. The best thing for the state of Florida. He's ever done. It's amazing though that people within this country think that we are moving towards bigotry and racism when all the candidates, you just named gay candidates women, black candidates native Americans. I mean, we are progressive as a country. I can't wait to see though, if they're gonna wear their jobs on the floor congress. That's what you're most excited about. I want to see that. I think that'll certainly changed. The look of Congolese about five seconds of excitement attitude related to say, the least and the thing that I'm surprised most surprised about this one. I would have bet a thousand dollars out of all the money. I have. On it that transportation Bill. That was going to pass. They did a great job with the advertising and getting it out there. Oh, there are so many that are so against it. I mean, it got killed the last time they had it. Here got killed in Pinellas county. The who is pumped about it Jackson, Harris. Oh, yes. I know. I got I got a text from him as soon as the results were in. He's following it up in Washington DC. He's all in favor of that. But anyway, I that one I mean, the the thought that Gillam was gonna win. But I did think that Scott who's going to win that race. But again, I I knew I could go either one of them could go either way I wasn't really overly surprised by that that Guillem lost. I was glad he lost because he's a stinking socialist. But it's like two thousand sixteen doesn't matter if you're right take the wind man tragedy nation thing. I would have bet a jillion dollars against that. That was going to pass I voted for it. But I thought it was gonna fail, but it didn't. Anyway, it's five twenty eight. On AM Tampa Bay. AM? Tampa Bay is streaming on your Amazon echo. Just say, Alexa. Wake me up to nine. Seventy WFL every day at six AM alert. I made grace breaking crime news now the trial of Saint L Louis underway in the murder of Korean Metron. Oh, the beautiful young queens jogger found sex assaulted and strangled dad on a running bath near the family home to Florida eighteen boy. Greg Ramos.
"david jordan" Discussed on Harmontown
"Today, I'll be talking with Senator David Jordan who has served in the Mississippi Senate as a democrat from the delta district twenty four from nineteen Ninety-three to the president Senator Jordan story is not entirely unique to Mississippi yet it is. He has served in the Mississippi Senate since nineteen Ninety-three. In fact, he's written a book a memoir in which he talks about coming from the cotton fields all the way to the Mississippi Senate ROY Navona plantation was shirt on his son sharecropper. Oh, it was hard, then you you would you went to feel before sun up and you leave their to sundown almost Dr. You eight in the field, their mother would get leave eleven o'clock and go home and cook and bring the food back. We all gather around and aided and we pick. Three bales of cotton a week, Mississippi of undergone Somport a meta Moffit since, but not a complete there have been some changes to me, but you know, Mississippi is state. She has a clean beautiful for dress way, and if you want to shape as a lady, beautiful dress on, but Honda clothes is not too clean and what we actually need to give her a bath and make her and dress up. Again today I'll be talking with Representative. Andy Gibson Representative Gibson is an attorney, and he is also a pastor lemme ask you how you feel about this. I have several long guns to rifles two shotguns, but I'm opposed to folks having semi automatic weapons and bump stocks and large capacity magazines like some of these school shooters have used. In my second anti second amendment because of those beliefs that I have. You know, I think that the federal law that we have in place that so highly regulates automatic firearms as been that way for a long time. I think the first automatic regulations were in like the thirties, and then more recently in the eighties when the gangs were using Tommy John's, I guess that's right. Automatic weapons, automatic weapons are already so highly regulated. Nobody can get them. Now you talk about semiautomatic weapons. These are weapons that exist that frankly, the most common weapons that that are used for target practice by firearm enthusiast Sega, amendment people who like to shoot these semiautomatic weapons to twenty three's and they are if I'm not mistaken, the number one. So firearm. In the country. I think you're probably right, and I've seen them used very effectively to kill a bunch of hoggs on someone's farmland. And so I know they're effective killing machines. That's right. I think when we have a tragedy like a shooting, there's always a tendency to say, well, if we had just outlawed that gun, this wouldn't have happened. But the reality is. The the, the issue as to why that happened is deeper than they're being access to a gun, but shouldn't we do whatever possible to limit access to weapons that effectively can kill fifteen or twenty people in a matter of a few moments, I think what we need to do is make sure that those people who are who have ill intent who are deranged a do not get access to them. That's already the law and be if they do people should be able to protect themselves and prevent those types of tragedies. I've been to India now three times a country where farms or totally forbidden. The only people who have guns in India are the law enforcement military, basically, military, and I've been to villages and they say, we don't have any guns here, but all the bad guys do they come into night thug. Due Ray, the villages destroy people and they go, and the cops are laid. They can't get their rural area and they're gone. You cannot. You cannot take away the fundamental rights of the people in an attempt to address an issue. When in fact the the criminals and the deranged individuals are going to continue to break the law, the only people who are going to be deprived of the ability to have a gun law abiding citizens. So what by focus would be, let's keep that person from getting the gun. And if we can't do that, let's have the right people in place at our locations and need protection to protect themselves. Who would you arm in a school? Well, I really like the the amendment that the Senate put into ask built-in Eighty-three, which basically leaves it up to the school board to designate their employees, whether they it doesn't specify who would be. It could be coaches. It could be principals. It could be..
"david jordan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Macy last three hard continue sorry no problem is it possible just in feinberg is it possible to forgo the inevitable two in one day and just fourth david jordan to backyard to chef allow boom and the down play that sucks oh my goodness like would they be on teams against each other because if they were i think i think what boom in blake would still be the do sheer pair oh read it like that i thought it was just like the two of them fighting morning show by saying oh backyard asia okay oh yeah okay i'm getting okay sorry everyone oh wait here yeah i think they should just forced david enjoyed into probably turn to that they'll just be desertlike like show will host holsten is will's my favorite because of anything he did or just because he wore sweatshirt with his own name on it this artist fashion decision a bachelor or bachelorette contestant has ever made yes so for the last couple of weeks i think will's has been low key the vast but now he is going to be high kiva vast rolling last i rolling with just phenomenal you're right every guy should be wearing a sweatshirt with his own name on it yes be your own chiron perfect the mother one from well if a man qripoli gifted to puddle perfume named after you what would it smell like plus leans after you will their last name pizza yeah that'd be good mine would be like pastries ooh that's a good one well halston has the lead of season ever enjoyed the goofy villa on their season as much as becca seems to be entertained by jordan and the fact that she seems to know he's a joke let's just having fun humoring him it's my favorite part about herself bar yeah so beca is clearly taking this whole situation seriously but i feel like in the last couple seasons the lead has been taking it very seriously almost to a fault so beca just having fun with it is that's what's in makes jordan enduring yeah and then similar question will halston is colton attractive or is he just tall i'm glad that we could just we have last week questions on so we can have that nice through line coleman is just tall yeah okay so he's got kind of a baby face so kenny's does not really my type right and like i'm not his type so it's fine right yeah yeah we don't have to worry about that for either us tim shields given how much of this episode of the bachelorette was the most undramatic episode ever can this week's podcast the all about the proposal instead well we talked about what i hope we cover enough but healy will let us know if there's anything interesting next week i'm going to keep watching it bonnie got a rebus did you notice the uncomfortable look on carrots face on the bobsled team share that they are married with kids or how garrett or becca said they have the scene values see i noticed i i was like trying to scrutinize but maybe it was like a little bit of a delay i think i think it was like overly happy oh overcome amazing cool oh you're married to each other you you're both women cool i love that right right here he great trying to cover his shock and something yeah oh gosh i'm glad we weren't the only ones looking for that stephen shots do really believe lincoln is a flat earth or is it more like that said that knowing that could get more airtime plus how great was leo's peak over the camera during that argument yeah i think i think lincoln's just a dummy yeah he thought airtime is usually they don't i mean i guess that would be like using n segment usually don't see on the beginning or in the middle episode what's end segment is up soda 'cause i don't remember sea on i don't think so okay let us know guys all right well that's it for questions it's fun to have a double dose of them do you have anything else haley i have some comments from doug of course he says what's more in believable lincoln flatter theory or believing that he's one of the good guys i'm one of the good guys i was like okay cole no man coming in with his character defined i guess my dad is really pumped for paradiso quote jordan can get together with that blonde babe crystal and the two of them compare everyone off together that'd be great that'd be good i.
"david jordan" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"Dot com. It is a Utah news station. Whitchurch do you think is going to be this on Utah, Utah tone. Sure. Let's find out Salt Lake City the LDS hers. Well, that that got it pretty quick on the church. Any former missionary training center president asked a federal judge in separate court filings today to dismiss a Colorado woman's lawsuit alleging the church leader raped her while she was a missionary there in early nineteen Eighty-four. Wow. I don't think I don't think it's just the Catholics man. No. Noticing a trend here, right? Both the church and Joseph l bishops, say the statute of limitations claim has run out and, oh, who's eight? Right? The purpose of statute of limitations is clear. This is vicious lawyer. Andrew dice dice. They are legislative expressions of public policy that encourages potential plaintiffs to bring their actions promptly before the case gets stale from lost evidence or faulty memories, right? Because you know after long enough, it doesn't count. Apparently. All right. Well, there are laws in place. What's the statute of limitations? Twenty years, something like that. Yeah. Eighty four. So LDS church attorney. David Jordan contends Denson's assault claim expired in early nineteen eighty five one year after the event. Whoa, wait. Han was one year. I don't know that he's hells. Yeah. Denson fifty, five point collar, Colorado sued Bishop who's eighty five years old of Chandler, Arizona and the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints last month in US district court for sexual assault and battery negligent and intentional infliction of emotional distress fraud, fraudulent, nondisclosure, and fraudulent concealment. That's a couple bishops denied the allegations. The SUV course. You know, you have to wonder if you've really got these people's interests at heart. Why the heck are you making it so hard for them to speak up a win, terrible things happen. I mean, who side are you on? Right. Yeah, kind of makes you wonder how what were the mechanics going on to dissuade her from coming forward early right. Yeah, I would imagine the, I'm sure there was some pressure. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. So let's see. The suit is asking for a jury trial and or do they hold it said she lose in Arizona. Now she's in Colorado. Looks like it would happen in Utah than the loss of right. And she is apparently saying that she's upset because she didn't know that the church hadn't done something about it already. Oh, oh, so maybe that prompted her to community reported it to those higher up, it will will handle it. Got squad. And nothing happened. That might be. I think if anybody who is listening knows more about the story, please send it in. I'm actually interested about that. So we have that and I'm gonna pop in one more in this time. I'm just clicking at blind to, let's fee. See, are we ready a school district in Oregon? This is from CNN is accused of forcing LGBTQ students to read the bible as punishment. Well, this kind of fun. Have you ever read that. Terrible, horrible. Okay. Now I need to find out if they like you. They cannot be thinking very hard about. Okay. A schoolteacher in organism, cues of a disturbing pattern of intimidation and harassment against LGBTQ students. Among the allegations, students were forced to read the bible as punishment and a teacher compared gay marriage to marrying a dog. Well, they can't tell the difference. It's free slope argument. It is. Yeah, I, they're trying to scare them street that we're talking about here. I don't know. Let's let's continue in a letter this year. The State Department of education found that the school district north bend a coastal community in southern Oregon, discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation. Quote, there's a substantial there is substantial evidence to support the allegation that the district subjected LGBTQ students to separate or different rules of behavior sanctions or other treatment. The letter said. Yup. Allegations were detailed in the letter from the education department, north bend school among them. Are we ready? A student said she was hitting the head with a skateboard by another student who made homophobic comments. When the victim complained to the school resource officer, the officer was dismissive and said, homosexuality was choice and not in line with their personal religious beliefs, sows violence asshole. Right. Is a choice Dickel on holy it new one with a gun dam. And then what do they do? They say, okay, if you're if you're gay or trans, we'd go in this other room and sit down and read the bible, the bible. Let's see..
"david jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That local community in particular baghdad big win this week a cnn poll shows that only thirty seven percent of americans have a favorable democratic party that's the the lowest mark in 25 years will note the republicans are even lower gthat 37 percent has to be discouraging doesn't it i guess so but at the same time one things that is so important to us at four majority thinking about state legislatures as an opportunity to rebuild of the party that's really been decimated in recent years we've we've lost nearly a thousand state legislative nato and when you lose that many seats which are losing is people who are really connected with their local community who are the local of the democratic party one of the things that will wanna do is identify new leadership that can come up from the grass roots and and be elected at the local level duo cite the fact that two barack obama for example was a state legislature and so was abraham lincoln for that matter yeah for sure i mean barack obama is a great example in many ways because uh when he was here in illinois you know he was able to intervene legislature in that really became bogged card when he ran for the us senate in two thousand four and so uh propelled him to that stage in boston at the democratic convention and in many ways onto the presidency and with the exciting uh about working with seat legislative candidates is that the next democratic leader is may not be somebody that we've heard of yet but maybe they just got elected in virginia this past week david jordan thanks so much for being with us thank you a retired government employee this week he seemed conspicuously qualified editor neil review diversity.