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"debord" Discussed on KOMO
"Idea how popular the task force is A. B. C. news correspondent enter Debord is with us once again this morning from Washington DC morning Andrew good morning and yeah that was president trump yesterday from the oval office though he did say at a certain point we will need the task force anymore but now instead of doing away with the group like you alluded to a couple days ago the president now says he'll actually be adding two or three additional members to the coronavirus task force he said he got calls from very respected people who said it needs to keep going do we know who those people are here's who's getting advice from a specifically by name but also the president says you're not only is he not doing away with the group you've got to add those two or three additional members but we can tell you is that those two to three additional members from the task force the president suggested he will bring people whose expertise is on re opening the country now has a name those people just yet if they would come from the private sector or the B. as economic advisers but these two or three additional members he's going to be adding to the task force seem to have it will have been a background in the economy and re opening the country will be their emphasis do we know if the doctors thought she and Berks are going to remain on the task force there's no indication that they wouldn't be on the task force anymore now the president did say there may be one or two people that will be the last involved on the task force but he didn't offer any further details as far as we know Dr Burki Dr Fauci are to remain on the president's task force Andrew thanks for the updates this morning ABC's enter Debord with us from Washington DC a new poll shows more than seven out of ten Americans trust their governors more than president trump on reopening the economy the Financial Times Peterson foundation poll found seventy one percent of people surveyed say they trust their governor over trump to make the right decision on easing social distancing and restrictions on nonessential businesses the polls finding that forty eight percent believe trump's policies have helped the economy is the lowest since last November and only thirty four percent of the people say they're better off financially than they were when trump took office scientists are tracking mutations of the virus as it continues to spread around the world small differences in the virus's genome have been found researchers now trying to determine if one version of the virus is more infectious than another mutations occur to try to improve on a viruses sustainability which means that it's probably going to be more fractious and more very less than the previous well we really don't know and this is the race is on to find an effective vaccine more than a hundred vaccines are being studied worldwide at least three human trials now underway in the U. S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer the latest two does volunteers as it tests for different versions of the vaccine virus that we knew nothing about five months ago and the fact that we already have multiple vaccines in clinical trials is really is cause for optimism some of the U. S. trials hinging on new technology that uses genetic material known as messenger RNA which if proven safe experts hope will effectively tricked the body and spark an immune system response to fight the virus A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung a number of states are beginning to re open from the shutdowns today in Hawaii some shopping malls will be welcoming customers again but there are exceptions and shoppers have to work masks in Montana the school in tiny willow creek will open its doors to some of its fifty six students and eighteen staff members for the past few weeks of the school year the construction and real estate industries in Michigan are going back to work as Republican legislative leaders sued the democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer they say her state of emergency extension was illegal come on it's time six twenty.
"debord" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha
"Place for custody exchange. You know where one billion can take the child from the other because of lock down. Every they're facing this challenge should now They're struggling to figure this out and the child was I think He's about six to seven years. Old started asking questions from the mother who has adorned says because it was earlier smooth at eight two they could tell stories and you know Satisfy the jails university man now. The the cushions how much more deep overdoses anxiety and everything and then given that debord opinions are also additionally inches because of the logged on and they're not able to on the custody exchange so you wanted to ask that how does it impact the psychology of child who has no all either in a separation Albany ancient during the billions. It's important to I lowering the anxiety that Obama has and because we have The online platforms where the child can connect with the other parents. Who doesn't have the custody that he or she should be able to connect with each other even though they have to be staying in this manner so we don't deprive the child of the other band in fact make it a better move in fact connect with the other parent Through the social media or not social media Saudi the Internet platform and connect with the better. And I can see that there is a problem but then if you explain to the child I don't see that they don't understand in fact that unsung heroes they are. They're very who they understand. Many things very easily right testing I think of the the shoot onto his question and the guy was actually very well at the system. Pretty but I will assist you in connecting with your bed with the wherever the bed. In the father of the mother of and in fact it's also giving opportunity to the other parent to connect. Nc This as a little family unit. I see it very differently. I see very positive and friendly also so that they can probably live together for the spur of diamond and the Assad the south together. I think I think we just heard about this case of litigation into the notion that they've started Staying together because goupil and big ditch there. Lots of parents who started doing that. It's the just because we know that he's a Hito and yet talking about. There are lots of ban until Saturday doing that. And some of landed up with a better relationship saw. I see a lot of positivity there and your anguish and your anger and your host of behavioral goes away in such things and you become very close to each other. So let's take this as an opportunity which is Which is a silver lining. Not that definitely could be a silver lining. Let us hope for the best so much as always we cannot wrap the show without talking about real conversations in your view. What role does conversations play ineffective unconscious parenting? I think non conversations not conversations happy conversations just have to be there I mean how can you be in the same house with your child and not talk to him and be so angry with him for his small little mistake? We've all done mistakes. We shouldn't take away that privilege that the child has that my parents is is talking in my bed and disconnecting with me and You know must every fight become into a battle. Moi? Don't think so and let's just connect let's just greet each other and let learn to appreciate each other. We have to appreciate our children not beyond a certain point but appreciate them and also let them know where they're going wrong. They need to be doing that and I would say that. Don't get too harsh with them. Don't get to food with them. Because the more the harsh more the children are not able to take back and we have to sit and reason out and also learn to communicate with each other so communication is very big tool that is there between The child and the parent and conversations have to be the most so when you talk about the conversations and family would like to ask you about the teenagers. Today we see many of them look withdrawn and much less conversational than we used to be when we were young. What role you think. The parents and elders Los Complains just situation yes see. Teenagers have stopped having many conversations with their parents or their grandparents were staying in the same house in fact It starts off small so from the younger age. Only Leonardo seeing that. The children are connecting with each other. I think we need to region and the create certain situations in the house where the child is connecting with the maddened or with the grandparent or the extended family and We need to be open about it and get them to do certain chores in the house and not leave it to the helpers or the caretakers of the house to do simple chores like picking up glasses Elaine tables. I them in many things and it begins when you're small. It doesn't begin age. The conversations definitely have gone down and we don't know what to converse about in in fact. We are only talking about homework and video building. We're not talking novel things. We're not having a GOV session where that child Ville. If you're listening it now take note of what they explore. Distilling you so that you can become that Rockstar Perrin. That he always wanted to be with this. I wrap up this episode of real conversations. Thank you for taking out Dane. Stay safe stay happy and almost every month..
Trump administration proposes trillion dollar stimulus package to rescue American economy
"On Capitol Hill the White House lawmakers are working on relief bills to shore up the health of the economy with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin saying unemployment could soar to twenty percent ABC's Andrew Debord is in Washington the trump administration and Senate Republicans are considering a one trillion dollar economic stimulus package the third infusion of emergency spending aimed at helping jumpstart the U. S. economy crushed by the corona virus outbreak the plan could include direct payments to Americans treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says the president wants to put money in the
"debord" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You know, you you want the absolutely correct not somebody poking around on part of the data version of the truth. You want the absolutely correct version of the truth that was blessed and built by the data analysis team. And so you still have those old systems, but people have these newer systems, and everything seems great until you from finance get in a room with somebody from sales and somebody for marketing, and they also have gotten data extracts and sliced and diced them themselves, and you go guys what's going on sales. A really down this quarter. Sales goes, no, they're not they're up and marketing goes, no, they're not they're flat. And now you have data chaos. Right. You have different extracts that were pulled from the data warehouse at different times. Maybe those came from different sources, and then people analyze them differently. And that conversion from raw data into sort of business metrics could go really sideways because people had completely different ways of interpreting that data I think the easiest way for most people to think about as XL where in your workbook in your spreadsheet is both the data itself. And then all of the sort of logical transformations that you've made of that data. And you know, if I am working on an excel workbook and have done a bunch of stuff to it. And then send it over you, Jeff, and and you start working on. And then I go. Oh, no, I sent you the the wrong version hold on. Let me send you the new one. And then trying to walk back. Those like, you can see and probably have experienced how quickly that can get messy. And so that's really the world that people are living in. Is where they have to either choose to lock everything down or they have to choose to let people sort of have a free for all where they can interpret the data themselves. And neither of those is great. But in both cases, the core reason the core constraint that drove those decisions was the same which is that databases and data warehouses are really expensive the really hard to maintain and the really slow and so all of your decisions or about how do I protect that data warehouse from my users, and while I would say that the big data revolution has not necessarily fully delivered on its promise. I think one place where absolutely has delivered is on the on the the speed and power of the underlying technology. So you know, I would say starting with the hoop ecosystem and the two thousands. And then certainly continuing with these cloud data warehouses like Redshift from Amazon and Google big query and snowflake and a bunch of others. They are incredibly powerful there. Credibly fast, they cost pennies compared to what the old data warehouses cost, and you can spin them up in seconds. And so you know, that opens up all new opportunities because all of a sudden that core constraint that you were bound by has gone away. So this changing nature of data engineering, and the the cost changes. And also, the, you know, the problem statement that you gave of ending up with different departments having different perspectives on what the quarterly revenue is, for example, that has impacted the evolution of the BI layer. That's the set of problems the set of constraints is in part the inspiration for looker. So you've discussed in large part. The the changing nature of data engineering told me a bit about the Evelyn of the BI layer the the visualization the business intelligence layer from. Excel to modern things like looker. Sure. So I mean, I do think that it follows those waves so in that first wave where you had the data data appliance. You had a very locked down tool that could make those couple of dashboards and Debord it from the same vendor that you bought the data plans from because it all to work seamlessly together. Otherwise, it wasn't gonna work at all in that second wave as people start to get desktop computers that are reasonably fast and departmental servers. You see things like click and Tableau start to come out, which are really powerful tools for sort of doing self service..
"debord" Discussed on X96
"Problem. He was banging on the TV monitor. And when the flight attendant refused servant he grabbed her face and called her a oh a blanket. All right. Yep. It says expletive idiot. I think we the expletive. Lovely lovely idiot. Other passengers helped restrain him after landing in Salt Lake. Reagan staggered is he'd warded deported. I thought you deplane in this case a he boarded a regular passengers passengers who were not drunk. They played mister Reagan was so drunk. He board had no idea, they're fine. You know, fine points in a semantics here when officers on the scene asked Mr. Ray mister Reagan to be seated he said, no, he became combative. That's so the cops are they're saying sit down, and he says, no. And then come on come on put your dukes up. They put him in the handcuffs. He didn't wouldn't walk to the patrol car outside. Did he have no bones? No bones. Drag me, I think I think he was they had he was he's gonna fight them. All the way man, really. Debord implies needed assistance. Oh, see they're fine points as a partial US government shutdown hit the two week Mark President Trump and congressional leaders scheduled today to discuss ways to break an impasse, pitting his demand for building a border wall against Democrats. Call for an alternate security measures. There are signs that he's. Cracking on this whole thing. Well,.
"debord" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"They're limiting passengers to one emotional sport amble per person and only dogs and cats in containers, go. So you can't have you bring your emotional support good. They're into it though. The airlines to lay the hammer down on the emotional. Yes, I agree. And they. Delta's shutting them down and out south west to start down. Good cause them and people were starting to get a little carried away. I got into martial support python. Bring my emotional support. Never. We had the big flight where they had to take everybody off the plane, and then they had to go back on and try to get this lady off because she had emotional support, squirrel. Yeah. And they get off the plane and they had to Debord everybody anymore. Everyone delayed the flight doesn't they had to go get her off. Yeah. And then they had to reboarded plot. I mean, I thank you get off the plane lady. We're not letting stupid, squirrel. It's ridiculous. Is it's ridiculous. Yeah. And so eventually you knew somebody would have to put their foot down and say okay enough. We're not allowing your horse on a flight. I mean, you can't bring it emotional support cow onboard emotional support horses, though are actually the little ones are allowed. But I don't think on south west delta allows them the little she's like a Shetland pony kind of thing. Yeah. It was just stupid. He shouldn't have Shetland pony off flight if you know, the hell, no, no, stay home. Stay home. If you can't fly for boy, eight point b without a horse, stay home. That's that's pretty good advice kit is or dry. There are other means of transportation. Take a bus going to train whatever. But greyhound allows the no I'm guessing I don't think so hug allows the emotional sport horses. Although what are they saying this year like forty six million people are going to be traveling home for Christmas, forty six million? I don't wanna be on the freeways during this particular time of year. It's going to be a nightmare. Yeah. Definitely. Greyhound does not recognize emotional support dogs does not even dogs allows service therapy animals to travel with their owners allow emotional service pets. Okay. So you're not getting outta no about a bus. You know, you're not with your with your horse. No, you're not. But if you got the paperwork, right? I mean, they're saying emotional support. But if they if it's a service dog if you have the right paperwork. They probably have to have gotta let you can't turn out with that. Like, if I have paperwork out, my fish gotta let me out titled things. God I can't travel with this. I got an emotional support swordfish to come on the bus with me. It's kind of a large container, but I've got the paperwork got it. So you gotta let me let me doctor says I cannot travel without that ridiculous. It is. It's that things are so ridiculous. Now that that would not surprise me at all not one high ODA. We were talking yesterday about on on Glenn's TV show about the biggest story of the year. And and to me, I think the biggest thing of this year was the end of so many things, you know, who I heard you say that the show. You go down your list. But I think you left out one really I'm with you. I think I'm with a strong case for that. It was it's the end of free speech, you know, losing your job, right, or stating your opinion. For twitting. You're tweeting and opinion you being banned for expressing conservative thoughts. It's the end of interpersonal relationships between men and women how in the age of me to can you begin a relationship with somebody? You're interested in I don't because you can't ask anybody anything. It's the end of being innocent until proven guilty and accusation is enough to end your career and your position in life. I mean, nobody wants to see you ever again just on being accused of something. It's the end of science a human fetus, isn't human genders. How you identify in your head? It's crazy. The end of facts, it's the end of all those things what do you?.
"debord" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Sympathize with people don't want her there. Choosing to carry case. I don't care. It doesn't matter. Frontier was very specific. We do not allow rodents on a plane. She said are you getting off the plane if you don't then we have to Debord everybody. So she was given a choice. Yeah. We are going to ask you to get up and get your squirrel off the plane or we're going to Debord because when everybody's off the plane, we're sending in attack dog swat teams and other nefarious people, and they're all wearing United shirts to get to get you off. Okay. Debord them. How you Jared the ovaries on this woman? Oh, gosh. But I'm taking my squirrel with me. You can take your skirl with you. But you know, what if I'm sitting anywhere near that woman. And she says, no, I'm not getting off you should everybody on the plane needs to get off. I may take a shoot of that, squirrel. And just take care of it myself. Now, here's what you do. Okay. Here's what you okay. It doesn't matter. Whether it's your bag or someone else's back. We'll talk about her like she's a human being. I'm talking about in the overhead. Sorry about that. Okay. I'm talking about the bag in the overhead bin right above or near her. Yes. Take it out and just drop it we can't. But I have to get off because you won't take your squirrel off the plane lady. Oh, I'm sorry to get you show fit in the palm of my hand. Deitz does not matter on a plane can cover up with my other hand, she gives you kisses. No, that's rabies. That's probably rabies. That's really thinking through. You're not taking a squirrel. Sorry. It's not about the squirrel lady. It's about you getting off the plane with a squirrel and you refuse to deplane. So that's when they had to take everybody off. And what's really funny? We can't really well, we can describe it. There is video of this woman finally being removed wheelchair with her squirrel in her lap. And she's flipping everybody off and then gives the thumbs up. I would adjust. I again, I would've taken my bag and turned around sharply. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't see you. There did my did my bag hits you in the face started. My bag your bag. I was just talking about whacking the squirrel nut. The woman was gonna hit the woman. Oh, jeez. Make it look like an accident. Let's see Cindy, the owner of the emotional squirrel sound emotional support. I plight. Louis informed them. I will own up big portion. Of this airline. No, you're not I'm going for blood. I am going. That's what this girl said. Yeah. I am contacting an attorney and take it from there. How much can you get out of a squirrel? Good luck. Yeah. Really, good luck. No, no attorney's gonna take your case. Well, I shouldn't say true. I shouldn't say that. My goodness. Yeah. Stormy daniels. My goodness. What you're gonna own the airline you. You may get like thousand bucks. Okay. Maybe maybe like two thousand bucks for a motion or whatever you're not going to own the airline. They have in their rules. They did not allow rodents on planes world, you refuse to get up. She's not. And they took you out. They didn't drag you they make you sound like stuck pigs. It what I did there nor did they kill your squirrel in the overhead. Yes. I want to know how she got through security. That's an I don't know how she got through the survey. Well, let's listen to Cindy who had an emotional, squirrel. Cindy, went through with no problem say something support swirl, whatever Cindy went through security with no problem. That's amazing. That's amazing. He said you can hold her. So she doesn't have to go through x-rays. No J. Are you kidding? Complicit what if there was a bomb inside that squirrel? Well, it's not gonna do much. San TSA told us in an E mail. The squirrel was screened the same way. Someone's cat would be screened. Cat doesn't sound fun doesn't that container was sent through the X Ray machine. And the passenger carried the squirrel through the walk through metal detector. My goodness. Thank goodness. It didn't have like fate near something squirrel, squirrel. They would have wanted wanted. I'm going for blood. I am going all the way. I am contacting an attorney and take it from there lady. You're wrong lady. You were wrong lady car buyer collar buyer. I oh, Cindy, yeah. Daisy. Your raw daisy is the eleven week old squirrel owners wrong. Don't be Smerch. The daisy daisy doesn't have anything bad to do. Daisy. Would just brought up easy should've known. Like, hey, I don't think buying me. Tickets. A good idea should have stepped up road. Ning? They're not going to allow a rodent. Hey, I'm reading the fine print their Cindy, it says no rodents on the plane. It's just gotten out of control. She's got totally out of hand. And they're trying to control it. The airlines have made rules now that basically all you can bring on is a dog a trained animal, but my goodness. A an emotional support animal, by the way is not protected under ADA service animals are not emotional support, squirrel. Cindy said she had a letter from her doctor and a letter from the Americans with disabilities. Act report bringing daisy an eleven week old squirrel on board who trained a squirrel over eleven weeks.
"debord" Discussed on WRVA
"Crunch time here in Indiana thirteen yard line where the hoosiers about to start this drive leading twenty two sixteen year, the final seven nineteen of this game from memorial stadium. It's been raining throughout our man on the sidelines J James has been a weathering at J. What's it like down there? Now. Right. Slow down a bit eight has definitely slowed down tremendously. Dave. So it's not affecting you see guys in the passing game ticket few more different shots offensively with both teams and rain not as bad surface holding up pretty well. So this last seven minutes of the game. You should get an honest shot in Virginia can get the ball back all -fensive to try to execute. All right. Thank you. Jay, Indiana, going first and ten now from their own thirteen and we'll see what the hoosiers have in store for the Cavalier's offense coordinator, Mike Debord. What is he drawn up? Now trying to wind that clock down as much as he can. Seattle the shotgun. Claps his hands before. He takes the snap and answer to Scott, Scott tries the right side. Just keep plowing ahead across the eighteen nineteen twenty wise finally wrapped up after a of a seven yard pickup before he's tackled by Joey blunt with his career high eleventh tackle of this game. The reason joys gotta make so many tackles dots in the secondary so much at blowing through that initial line of defense out of the shotgun Ramsey again on second down. He'll go right back to the workhorse. It's TV Scott moving over the left guard. He's got a first down the middle of a field. Joey blunt once again makes the tackle. But not until he gets to the twenty four so Indiana another first down. And now the clock is something we'll watch closely the rest of the way, six forty counting, Indiana, four point lead and the football. This is where you're looking for a Cam Johnson sack forced fumble. That's last time. Virginia was here at a similar spot about what happened Ramsey takes it himself. Moving on the left side. And he scurries ahead all the way to the thirty for a pickup of seven yards and Indiana. And I look at it down at four and doing exactly what they had hoped to do on this Dr moving it forward. One play at a time and grinding that clock down on the process. Sega down four to go short four for Ramsey Ramsey, hands and Optus, Scott. This time Scott is held up at the line of scrimmage any monster size third-down coming up now for Indiana. Third down three and a half yards to go five fifty in counting Indiana by four canned Virginia find a way to hold them up. Ramsey will let that clock winding down Indiana six make it seven of thirteen on third downs tonight out of the shotgun Ramsey waiting for the snap. Takes it drops back blitz. Common. Throwing air it out test at secondary. And it is caught by Luke TIMMY on a jump ball yet again to the Virginia. Forty those Indiana receivers have been special tonight. Like, I said if you if you're gonna press on and you don't put your hands on. The kiss. I mean, you're gonna be susceptible to the tap plays like that that is a backbreaker so Indiana now in control to the Virginia forty three and a huge third down conversion the hand. Scott Scott scurries around in the backfield not much running room. Now, he's tackle the forty one. It is a one yard pickup. But more importantly that clock continues to tick four fifty six and counting. Now, Indiana can continue to wind it down. They've got thirty more seconds. They gonna run off. They could take it to about four fifteen to play in this game before they even run this play on second down. Cavaliers a season ago in one score contents. Three in Indiana, Owen four that was two thousand seventeen here. We are one year later can't Virginia keep that trend going while they've got work to do and Diana with the play clock continuing to wind down at four seconds. Now, there's the snap dropping back to throw ball is batted into the air. Deemed jurist play is Bryce hall came on the defensive back blitz and that will Mercifully stop the clock. Indiana gambling a bit..
"debord" Discussed on I Was There Too
"A gendered character in that or confused. Yeah, but he's not overly masculine or feminine depending on the scene in that movie. But in the other movies in like heat, he's kind of like a real man's man in that movie, and he's girl the current Debord. Yeah, he's a great character actor. I love him, but he, he's one of those people that I feel like if I met him, I would be scared of him. He seems intimidating to me because he's seems like a method actor of some kind, but I don't even know if that's true on monk. Yes. All thirty seasons of. But yeah, that would be an amazing interview and she to work with the dog too. The dog who we recently learned over the other films that the dog was treated about, see if I can find that. What was it. While we talk, but silence of the lambs is like one of those icon ick movies that absolutely fits on the list of I was there two movies that it's that's a bummer apps. There's no one else from that film who quite fits that role in the same way. Maybe this the guy in the cell next door for multiple megs. Multiple megs. Yeah. So this dog darla was in silence of the lambs Batman returns and the burbs. But. Alive. No, it looks like penguins penguins, like side kick ladies dog. I but darla can't be alive, right. Listen, these dogs live a long time when was Batman returns was like ninety early nineties and silence of the lambs was late eighties. Yeah, that's true. That'd be very old dog recipe Stara. Someone said, I was there pooch, but like t. h. e. I r.. Was there good. I didn't even realize the their pun when she. Yeah, yeah, man, I would love to talk. That's a good one. That's a good one there are. I know I had tried to get for you. This is when you first started the podcast I was working with a woman. We were in a writer's room, whose aunt was the nanny in the omen? Right? And I got so excited about because I wanted to hear that story and she sort of had that same reaction that was like at seems I'm going to be made fun of. I'm not really comfortable, and she's still an actor and and it wasn't a who's Julie's connection, your Julie's connection for planet of the. Yes, that's right. Same sort of thing. I think they were like first of all, what Kate, I believe so I think she it was. It was my wife's friend's mother? Yes. Was in the original plan of the sequels. Yeah. Well, I don't know. I couldn't get it out of her. She was like, she was like very wary of me. I think also people don't know what a podcast is there, like, what is this thing I'm being interviewed for in the first place? Like that's the first barrier sometimes, especially if a certain generation? Yeah, exactly. I know my mom, I'm at four hundred of the writers panel. My mom's still ask. And do I hear your voice on all of them. I've been doing for twelve years and my sister-in-law started a wedding podcast, and that's what got my family to listen. And this was recently. I should talk to my mom about starting podcast. You should. Another one that got away was heart Buckner from diehard who played Ellis coke addled office made of Holly, and he was so nice. I was going back and forth with him. And then he goes okay over to my reps to set it up and they immediately shut it down. And I don't know if that was them going like we're not. You're not bothering with this or him going like I'm going to be nice to him and then tell my reps. I don't want to do this and had that the bad guys. Which, again, no hard feelings. I would understand. It's actually a nice way to do it. Yeah, I would probably do it that way too, but that's, that's an interesting thing which I also deal with on the writers panel is like, how often do you have to go through reps?.
"debord" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Find it, and you can order your copy they'll mail it to you it's worth fifteen dollars because. To be honest cover to cover you, see figure this out we cover to cover four hundred and. Ten pages Four hundred and ten just. So you know four hundred and ten pages cover And it's good stuff frankly, I can't do the show without it and if you. Call yourself football fan you ought, to buy one and support our good friend, Paul Kendrick coming up later tonight Commissioner, the I say Bobby Cox and I. Will have a conversation thought you know, would come up with a high school football muscle talked. To the man in charge because He's a good man and a big fan so. We'll talk with him we'll talk with. The Commissioner and Paul and the Olympic. Lock our this hour and talk some college football and some high school. Football college football wounded talk about what's happening with the Purdue. You Mike Debord offense coordinator from my you'll join us Walser. Talk with rob black from from Purdue radio network. Hoosiers opened up on the first of September at Florida international the. Boilermakers opened up on the thirtieth. At home against northwestern there, you go, jump right into also this week we'll, talk with, Jeff Orson Butler and Mike new from ball state, probably gonna join us tomorrow night so Hang on. An unexpected visitor in studio I have a minute. Here at one minute did you just roll back in ten Tony. Donahue in studio you've been out. West Got back last Saturday last. Saturday I thought you just got back into. For a week man all right are, you doing brother I'm? Happy we're almost there On twenty. Five twenty one Season twenty-five. And we couldn't have done how many years did you have? You been here for this be the start. Of my. Ten careful now nine nine that's what I thought You'll manage to find your. Way into. The studio don't you I've got some games with ten. Seventy the fan on Friday. Night and, some of. Indiana's sarin so be. On you on all right hanging here we'll chat off there we'll come back and, talk, to Mike Debord from you on network Indiana's Indiana. Sports though.
"debord" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"I don't even get i'm orthodox what are you saying what she doesn't curse it can't be here because she's off redux she let us know immediately after custody you should know at this moment she's a liar at this very moment we should know she can't be trusted now when she was asked by the crew and security to get out of her seat and exit the plane she said this up to negotiate know jerry jerry jerry pantry okay let's follow this now she called the crew security terrorists and says she's being terrorized in her own country all because she was late to her flight and decided to run past the gate agent after being told she couldn't board the plane one thing so many of us lack yourself win self awareness is the ability to take an is look at your life without any attachment they're being right or wrong good bad so she has none of that because you called the crew insecurity security tears she also says you'd being racially discriminated against so if you're claiming these two things what you can't do is then proceed to terrorize and be racist toward other passages if they are being the plane because of your bs oh you know that's what happened let's listen to at work yeah i'll give either lady wow okay so out the blind that way muggy hello hi she is crazy wow trouble includes bonds for that passenger who was the board inflate and gave donkey today in the moment thank you for doing my job young lady i wish i knew your name so i could show you love but i thank you now back disappear come on this is people be a racially discriminated against all the time okay we've seen real active discrimination on airlines from to meeker mallory to the asian guy who got dragged off the plane but usa affair stop it though weaponize real issues like racism for your own personal agenda and how you racially discriminated against yourself by calling yourself a monkey monkey the monkey noises iran security agent and boarded anyway in this day and age polls nine eleven when a random terrorism can happen at any moment you're lucky you didn't get shot okay this has nothing to do with racism or discrimination this is just you and your own poetry uses please let the passenger who had debord the plane because fear gives alan the biggest today celebrate every day.
"debord" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"What's i've learned to is when you're booking your flight you know if you're up front and honest with they give you the icon when you're logging when you when you booked your flight they give you that i can't you need special assistance and may be traveled from the the terminal to your plane ab a wheelchair access what whatever it is but specifically it'll say i'm flying with a an assistance dog yeah and that's where it comes to when you're going to security actually are boarding the plane whether you're following under the eighty eight or the air carrier access act so and you you've never had any issue slide with american note every every time i've flown with him piece of cake i flew united with military working dog several time they they probably like drag you all which got under no actually i have my i believe it was my second deployment with ssd and we flew commercial to to germany and we flew on the cab in the cabin with our dogs but you know beforehand when when we you know in the military you do a mega travel so everything was kind of set up in we we were pretty adamant with when replying we don't wanna put her dogs in the in the belly of the plane yeah and they put us in the very back to rose and they were little offset but i had one row auto myself and and either handler is with another i'll to self and we had one person as as we got on first lady got on she complained she kinda pitched a fit she didn't want to be near the dog largest logic you know so forth and ended up you know after a little bit of berating eventually got her back up to the the front of the plane and they came back got us and we're like crap we're going to you know i thought we were going to get debord came up but his first class nine in centreback this you're like thanks for bitching lady.
"debord" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"He's going to be in a big media on on tv all the time and everything when it comes to especially being on hard knocks mean i could've told you put so much money i would have put on the fact that the if there was a hard knocks was going to be the bank brown's obviously you could narrow it down with the what the criteria you have for the nfl comes teams are required to be on harden our have an option to be on hard knocks they're like you can't have basically if you haven't made the playoffs within two or three years and then if you have a if you don't have a first year head coach or if you haven't been hard knocks within the last four five years as well so you're exempt new head coach if you've been the ploughs within the last two years or or if you've been hard now to the last within the last three or four years you don't have to your exempt basically all the other teams are not exempt so basically those teams were like the niners i think the the ravens are on there the browns the jets were on there because they haven't they don't have a new coach that made the playoffs but i bet baker mayfield's on this team they had two first round picks they got two guys really highlight also i mean who was that the guy debord then's award from allow states great great name guy he'll be looking at i'm sure a lot during this a hard knock season but i mean these preseason games they're gonna beginning giants and playing the bills eagles browns playing each other and lines in the preseason so we'll get those during hard knocks but then looking at their season schedule the actually matter we'll see if baker actually is going to be playing week one against the steelers at home.
"debord" Discussed on The Read
"Fabulous life which i don't know i love this show twoway i'd do but anyway then why people love animals and they had a pig the pig got too big and crazy so i went to go live on a farm it cut him random bacteria and died very suddenly so it's sad right when i tell you at least twenty minutes of this program was dedicated to these white people weeping into each other's arms about the death of this pig which is still fine because i understand tach meant to animals but not once in like six seasons of this show have i seen the mentioned black lives matter or shed a tear over an unarmed black person being killed by police like not once so to see this massive display of emotion over a pig like not saying it's not sad but like y'all really do give more of a fuck about animals than you do about like fellow human beings scrapie anyway that is just animals to them to still on the point though this dog it must have been so scared and like suffocating and it just sounds like such procurement on zayed like ang's i what the fuck united man i'm actually at a loss for words i don't even know what somebody's bad i'm just thinking of what i would go through my mind if they try to to put link up first of all i'm not going to do like i like i'm not doing i guess i'm gonna have to debord because like honestly like ends in someone's in have to come and give me because i'm not going willingly like i don't care who we've got away.
"debord" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie
"debord" Discussed on My Black Friend
"Uh but so so since it was set up all like for christmas lake holiday the part bullshit um there was this uh section that they blocked off and they had fucking snow there an is californians we eat that up because or else am i going to see the ship anna and they had a makeshift i mean like a a fullfledged like hill and different lanes in eastern line the gave you a sled and you went down the thing and the kids loved it those are they would they force if we ever been led him no they've never there are picked up snow in their hands when what do you mean by that they what is this yeah of eta and if the if we had just kept getting in line to go down this thing we did it twice a but they would have been happy to discontinue we had to sell them on dolphins to get them away from their like the dolphin chills can start you wanna go see adolfo is only way we could get them away from the sledding ravi asked hurting from oh my god debord hurts so bad i dunno and ganic used the addis enormous jamie's abe is a thing especially this personally yeah you hour i know i've gone when i was a kid but i mean we're talking nine eight nine years old may be the last time i had done anything like that um i've been in snow since them but not like sledding or any kind of like inner tubing or anything like that like to learn but in these were like these hard plastic things that they give you like that were already like i don't know formed in makeshift uh they were just not good lay i i if they just given like an inner tube or some that i would have been down with that vote that would have felt mice at like honestly right now i wish i was sitting on manner to give the oval my ass as broken.
"debord" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"A better day than he did uh blame it on the weather mike at all you blame it on that offense at winemakers didn't do any good and chris and michigan state's defense a road to the gate expression go they just played well car to be called a little brother so michigan is walk michigan state mike is it a trend urged just an aberration and the question is we don't know so michigan number seventeen you up like a rock fixing i am ok p v against indiana careers indiana watched that film they watch you again michigan and i'll tell you this mike here's a key x michigan offensive coordinator mike debord new indiana oscar enter foyer to tell you this i've taken india ah a move liam cruised indiana but and here's the other thing and it's a good reason for you to take them hardball five and warner last man goon yup so i like him began at home like white do quarterback i looked grim by up yogurt because her angry all right so there there's our disagreement for the week okay uh let's go to one more before the driver report auburn number ten number ten all burn out against collect you win that tone route nine thirty kqm be ring finger mike you know typically happen in this game between these two teams somebody note company sec pick this is their game at a week now auburn walling but alex us white last week might seem to find shelter and water and they at least the new version of bed offense that you were talking about matt canada's often alban got a really scalp defense uh i i take him were down lsu i'm going to day i'm much stay with drug gusmao zones all growing team get me on this when mike i think it will be a good game it at night down there but uh or in the afternoon three game nine thirty here uh michael elementary you one thing real quick before the break lsu found that spark last weekend against florida so why did it go doubting gets cut in the work but they're gonna put him out this week new uniforms if you.
"debord" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Near north hills causing a crash apart cars than leaving one passenger with a broken back this happen about to this morning police say it might be gangrelated because at least one of the passengers had an ms thirteen tattoo there are several impacts on the vehicle that show that the vehicles hit at least seven times lapd captain peter casey says police are still looking for witnesses one of the passengers was not cooperating with the cops part and plumber street is expected to stay closed until tonight for the investigation a bear recommendations to keep better track of the air new the torrence refineries been approved by the aqam md committee patrick chandler with aqam de says the two proposals will be bundled together we are going uh monitoring integrated where could have worked with them to her to work in a grand river emergency they're good about will be done through welcome you to go far removed kirk you know from another the thing chandler says the money to fund the proposals comes from the settlement with exxon mobil over the 2015 refinery explosion the full aqam debord will be presented with the recommendations next month state officials say greenhouse gas emissions are dropping dave clergymen with the air resources board says california remains on track to hit its emissions reductions bench to benchmarks for 2020 our economy is very appropriate growing support than any other economy and our emissions continue to go down government data show overall greenhouse gas emissions dropped about ten percent between two thousand four in 2015 inswinging fifteen alone emissions dropped.