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Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on ESPN Radio
"SportsCenter all night. I'm Steve Lennox. We open with baseball Angels twins at Target field Saturday night, continuing their series Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval. Outstanding. He flirted with a no hit bid. Sandoval no have been through eight innings. He retired the first batter and the ninth. Then he faced print Rooker. Here is Rooker, who has struck out all three times He's batted tonight, and he swings to that one and lines went down the right side. It drops in. It's a fair ball that's going to break up the no hitter and Rooker dives in his second. He is there with a double. Call on Angels radio AM 8 30. Rooker was just three of 36 0 83 on the season before that double in the ninth, broke up the no hit bid by Sandoval, Josh Donaldson later in the inning. R B I double that against closer Rice L. A Glacier Sandoval career high 13 strikeouts over 82 3rd innings for his third win on the season, I felt really good out there and just crisp and in sync with my delivery, and I think that was the key. As the game went on. I didn't try too hard or, you know, try to do too much and then and that's really knowing what was going on. I mean, I looked up at the scoreboard after every inning. I knew what was happening. Uh, And then you as the game went on to like everyone in the dugout just got further and further away from me. So exactly is that kind of weird You're used to having people talk to you? A little. Yeah, People like especially like Suarez, who come up and talk to me the whole inning. And, you know, just be joking around Then you know all of a sudden got shunned. So do you remember it? Like what point in the game like everybody kind of disappeared from you. Uh, yes. I mean, like after the seventh, I came in. I was like, Damn, everyone is like we're really far away from here. Angels pitcher Patrick Sand of all eight and a third innings, the longest unsuccessful no hit bid. This season in major league Baseball Rangers has two rows in Houston Astros starting pitcher for Amber Valdez did not allow a hit over 60 gave way to the bullpen. Brian Obra you on in the seventh inning for Houston, 32 pitch.
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"And lines went down the right side. It drops in. It's a fair ball. That's going to break up the no hitter and record dives in his second. He is there with a double call on Angels radio Am 8 30 Rooker. Was just three of 36 0 83 on the season before that, double in the ninth broke up the No hit bid by Sandoval, Josh Donaldson Later in the inning. RB double that against closer rice L. A glacier Sanibel. Career high. 13 strikeouts over 82 3rd innings for his third win on the season felt really good out there and just crisp and in sync with my delivery, and I think that was the key here is again went on. I didn't try too hard or, you know, try to do too much, and then that's for like, knowing what was going on. I mean, I looked up to this forward after everything I knew what was happening. And then you as the game went on to like everyone in the dugout just got further and further away from me. Stuff. Exactly Is that kind of weird? You're used to having people talk to you a little bit. Yeah, people, I guess especially explorers who come up to talk to me the whole thing and, you know, just be joking around Then it all of a sudden, our son, so Do you remember at like, one point in the game like everybody kind of disappeared from you? Uh, yes. I mean, like after the seventh that came in. I was like everyone is like really far away from here. Angels pitcher Patrick sent of all eight and a third innings, the longest unsuccessful no hit bid. This season in Major league Baseball Rangers Astros in Houston Astros starting pitcher for Amber Valdez did not allow a hit over 60 gave way to the bullpen. Brian Obra you on in the seventh inning for Houston, 32 pits.
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on ESPN Radio
"A full slate in the major leagues high in the air deep down the right field line that is gone an upset in the octagon and he looked as good if not better than he's ever looked the latest from the Tokyo Olympics. The idea that they're going to come in with no practice time throw on the Jersey and play is just wild. All that and more. Narratives, narratives. That's what he wants to go back. This is SportsCenter all night. And here we go welcoming everyone to SportsCenter all night. I'm Steve Lennox. We open with baseball Angels twins at Target Field Saturday night, continuing their series Angels starting Patriot Patrick Sandoval. Outstanding. He flirted with a no hit bid. Sandoval no have been through eight innings. He retired the first batter and the ninth. Then he faced Brent Rooker. Here is Rooker, who has struck out all three times He's batted tonight, and he swings to that one and lines went down the right side and drops in. It's a fair ball that's going to break up the no hitter and Rooker dives in his second. He is there with a double. Call on Angels radio AM 8 30. Rooker was just three of 36 0 83 on the season before that double in the ninth, broke up the no hit bid by Sandoval, Josh Donaldson later in the inning. R B double that against closer Rice L. A Glacier Sandoval career high 13 strikeouts over 82 3rd innings for his third win on the season, I felt really good out there and just crisp and in sync with my delivery, and I think that was the key. As the game went on. I didn't try too hard or, you know, try to do too much and then and that's really knowing what was going on. I mean, I looked up at the scoreboard after everything I knew with what was happening, Uh, And then yeah, as the game went on to, like everyone dugout just dropped further and further away from me. So exactly is that kind of weird used to having people talk to you? A little? Yeah, People like especially like Suarez, who come up and talk to me the whole inning. And, you know, just be joking around Then you know, all of a sudden I got shown. So do you remember it, like one point in the game like everybody kind of disappeared from you. Uh, yeah. I mean, like after the seventh, I came in. I was like everyone is like we're really far away from here. Angels pitcher Patrick Sandoval, eight and a third innings, the longest unsuccessful no hit bid. This season in Major league Baseball Rangers Astros in Houston Astros starting Picture Framer Valdez did not allow a hit over 60 gave way to the bullpen. Brian Obra you on in the seventh inning for Houston, 32 pitch.
"donaldson" Discussed on Talkback
"Mla to become first minister. So there's an incentive to vote for edwin votes. When jeffrey donaldson has been clear certainly the latest stages of the campaign that you know he will be a first minister he went and so the elect tall incentive in terms leadership contest. The cynical view. Is that putin. Might be downplaying. The role of first minister in preparation for the dup only able to become offer. The deputy first minister ship after next. May's election but i think that's us too cynical. Even for hardened cynic let myself and then there is the argument that the protocol the yet agriculture minister he may have more direct influence in the agriculture agricultural ministry position. I still think it was a mistake. What unionism needs is an undisputed strong leader splitting up. The post will cause confusion and it could cause tension if there was a fall out between the dp first minister on a dup the differences of emphasis. Who would be in charge. So i think it was an error in his campaign timothy kerns if there were a couple of other missteps that people have pointed to here I guess suggesting that you won the election before donaldson even entered the contest may have played badly with some of the electors. In this case i think ultimately ted. I think you know there was a step further not was taken about first weekend in terms of a nights senior ministerial lineup. On then of course days later that actually wasn't ministerial lineup. I think to combat just to follow on from john I think what happened was trying to those early days was say the business of government and there's a business of reform of the party. You know the the ladder against arlene foster over the line because of the promises on party reform so as the party leader. I want to bring up the party reform. And i think as john says. I think i'd one thought. He could quite a strong role against the protocol in the department of agriculture. And i think undoubtedly your party reform element Was there with an edmonds thinking with edmonds offering do without walls. A misstep about point in time. And also i think quite quite clearly a nineteen your your membership your ministerial team on a on a g. You've won the before anybody else actually entered the race and i think probably doesn't play quick so well With with the number of people on the grind the puts company and probably got off to do not agree. Start i ever. I think he's recovered somewhat from that. At some of the stuff he's could is in terms of the The the manifesto polite to the electoral college. I think was was quite impressive. Quite high production values. Maybe signaled where we're at one was gonna go..
A's extend winning streak to 11, helped by 2 errors in 10th
"An American slugfest the ace come back to beat the twins thirteen to twelve in ten innings for their eleventh straight win leading twelve to ten the twins committed a pair of errors in the bottom of the tenth down to their last out a routine grounder to second by Matt Chapman was mocked by Travis Blankenhorn keeping the inning alive and then Ramon Laureano grounded to third but Lewis arise through wide to first allowing the tying and winning runs to score in the loss Nelson Cruz a pair of home runs with four RBIs for the twins and Josh Donaldson had four hits why only on Oakland
Seattle teachers, district continue impasse over in-person learning
"Had a public school districts and the union for its educators remain at odds over plans for getting some students back in the classrooms later this week. We get the details from Como's Bill O'Neill, the district is pushing ahead with an effort to return pre K and special education students to in person learning. Across the area and around the country. Many parents as well as elected leaders are growing more vocal about getting kids back to class. But Gerald Donaldson, who is a member of the Seattle Education Association, says there are so many questions still to be answered. And batteries are concerned. Just in general. How is going to be a summer camp down would cope it? What's what are the policy themselves? Good is cast in place. And also just in general. How do students gonna feel I think until right back into learning that they're gonna be time for the five social emotional learning. Many health experts are convinced schools can reopen safely if the right protocols are followed.
The Dollar Privilege
"Federal reserve is taking sweeping him trying to protect the economy from the corona virus. Fed chairman jerome. Powell announced interest rates will be drastically in one of the biggest bet moves since two thousand eight financial crisis in china has a huge vested interest in the american economy because it holds them almost twenty five percent of all four. No us us sanctions against iran over nuclear program were reintroduced iran's economies in freefall soaring inflation and push comes to shove all the world's reserve currency to start off what is a reserve currency. And why does it matter. So i think the first thing is to explain what a currency is before we get to reserve currency. This is sebastian. Mallaby a senior fellow for international economics at the council. You may remember him from our episode on the economic side of the kovic. Pandemic currency has a few different uses. One is that it's a unit of account. It's a way of putting a measure on what something might be worth. The second is once you've decided what it's worth that you should be able to transact transactions are the second idea that you can go buy stuff with the currency and a third idea is that you can use money as a store of value before you transact you can save up this currency and then transaction the future so for those keeping track at home money does three basic things. It lets us agree on prices. It lets us by things and it lets us save up so we can buy other things later now. The same three things that currency does for people reserve currencies do for entire countries pricing buying and saving so neutrally a reserve currency is the cars you hold in reserve s. So it's very linked to the last idea. I mentioned of a store of value and in particular we think of reserve banks central banks global central banks which hose currencies in reserve to protect their economies against there is kinds of financial or economic shock so a reserve currency really has a couple of different functions. One is to cover the need for future imports. If a country for example doesn't have its own energy. Supply needs to import oil. You might want to hold donaldson reserved to make sure that you can buy oil. You need in the future. The second reason central banks hold foreign currency reserves is because of the possibility of a financial crisis. And there again don't as a very useful because most institutions borrowing donna's so in a financial crisis they gonna need donna's to help them pay for fan. Central banks have the unique power to print money but in many other ways they're kind of like a scaled up version of an ordinary bank. Your local bank needs to have enough money to lend to people if they want to buy a home or if things get bad and they need to take some out a central bank needs to be able to do this to but for an entire country in order to be prepared for the future. They need to store up a significant amount of cash that they can trust. Foreign currencies are often a safer bet than a local currency especially in countries with weak or unstable economies. The safest bet of all is the us dollar. What role does the. Us dollars serve in the global reserve system. Will your stone. Now is the largest single reserve. Currency economists estimate that approximately sixty percent of foreign reserves around the world are in us dollars. This is roger ferguson. He is the president and ceo of ti which manages over one trillion in retirement funds for more than five million teachers government workers and well me turns out. Roger was also vice chairman of the board of governors of the federal reserve from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand six. This means he helped determine the supply of us dollars to the country and the world. The euro is about twenty percent the yen. The japanese currency is about five or six percent of british pound also about five or six percent until the us by way of the most important reserve currency. But it's not the only currency it's held in reserve by other economies. The chinese i think would like to see their currency. The renminbi become a larger currency in terms of its holdings as a reserve currency around the world than yet out in terms of reserves. They number four number five. When listed only about two percent. I can definitely remember going to europe at a time. When the euro was way up in my money didn't go as far and you're like damn i time. This really poorly are other countries literally buying dollars the way that i exchange currency when i visit a country. And where do they buy them from. It's not quite the same because they're not collecting lots of five dollar bills to put into a wallet in their belt. They're holding huge amounts and said what they do. is they earn. Us treasury bombs or other kinds of easily traded dollar denominated guns and that could be mortgage bonds as well but you know. Us government debts the most popular instrument to
"donaldson" Discussed on Donkey of the Day
"I look forward to bringing you more high quality content that promotes you to dig deep and get involved in the community and politics. If you haven't listened checkout what you've missed our bins. listen again. The season one of the shot. No chaser podcasts. And tell a friend to get their shot a truth on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts pretzel being a little bit of a mix. Dopey talk breakfast club. Now i've been called a lot of my twenty three years donkey. Other bay is a new one. Everybody alive okay. Donkey today for tuesday. February ninth goes to a sports reporter named michael donaldson. I don't know what outlet michael johnson works for just know he's a sports reporter who was on a postgame video conference call. The game i'm talking about is the super bowl now. Let's be clear. It is the ninth day of black history month dropping bombs black history month dammit black history month with a time where folks remember important people in vincent in the history of african americans but i often wonder how will they ever remember our history when they can't even remember our present. What are you talking about. Charlemagne uncle shallow art. What do you mean a can't remember present well number one. I said what i said number two meant what i said for a number of reasons and let me rephrase they know our history they bank on you not knowing your history. That's why he teaches what they want us to know about. And everything else you have to figure out on your own. That's why reading is so fundamental. But once again they will never respect. Our remember are true history because they don't respect in remember the history we make in nanno case in point. Today's donkey donaldson now. I know on sunday. We were celebrating the greatest white man of all time. Tom brady but like most white men. Tom brady's greatness is assisted by the greatness of black people because tampa bay has four blackhawks. Nader's okay assistant head coach. Run game coordinator. Harold goodwin special teams coordinator keith. Armstrong defensive coordinator todd bowles and offensive coordinator byron left which yes that defense that shutdown that high powered city chiefs offense led by. Todd bowles black man. That often put thirty one points. On the board sunday against the kansas city chiefs led by byron left which black man i team of would black people holding all three of those positions to advance the super bowl. That is black history and it should be a much bigger story. Being net is black history of that should be celebrated and affected the chiefs. also have two women coaches. Okay assistant defensive line coach. Laurie locus and assistant scrimping conditioning coach. Morell giada hope. I pronounced your last name right. Withdrawing aclu's bombs for the most diverse coaching staff and sports tampa bay buccaneers. I salute you. Okay but back to michael donaldson and the lack of respect. He has for black history. See black history was made sunday and madonna. Michael donaldson had the privilege. Okay should i think the black privilege of speaking with tampa bay buccaneers offensive coordinator byron left. Which a man who most sports is should know. I mean he was one of the top ten picks in the two thousand and three nfl draft. He won a super bowl as a backup quarterback with steelers in two thousand and eight. And if you don't know anything else use your note that you're talking to the offense coordinator but tampa bay buccaneers. Just wants to do okay. Offense coordinator byron left which not ryan byron. And he woke. Ereck you listen. We'll begin today's media availability with tampa bay buccaneers coach. Brian left which byron byron. not brian. okay but back. The michael donaldson keep in mind. Tampa bay the black man offensive coordinator and they have a black man defensive coordinator but i guess michael donaldson. We all look alike. Listen i question will come from michael donaldson coach. Great wing congratulations. Thank you going into the game. What was your number one goal on the defensive side to shut mahomes down shut that high powered offense it down who should have had mahomes. Now thank you got the wrong guy do that that was you got the wrong guy is such a trigger for me. Why people don't know the difference between black people to remember black about black people. We are not monolithic. And we all don't look like it's disrespectful. Do you know how many times white people have told mars chestnut. They love him on the breakfast club. Shut them know how many times white people have come up to me and told me i should have ran in zigzag. Wanna do in the rent. Honda pulled up in boys in the hood. This is so disrespectful there. This is so disrespectful mike. Donald and didn't even bother to research. What black hokey was talking to from the tampa. Bay buccaneers. listen to it again. Just listen i question will come from michael donaldson. Hey coach great wing. Congratulations thank you going into the game. What was your number one goal on the defensive side to shut mahomes down shut that high powered offense it down wrong guy that that was the nervous white laughter. Michael donaldson thought he was talking to defensive coordinator todd bowles when he was talking to offensive coordinator byron left which byron better than me. Because i would have made him superman uncomfortable and say you got the wrong. Okay do you even know the nigga you're looking for michael would've replied. I'm not looking for any. I mean i am i i tell. Oh god see this ladies and gentlemen okay white people do stuff like this all the time and this is exactly why i purposely. Never ever get the names of the beatles right. Envy asked me with members of the beatles who would a members of the beatles. Elton john sting keanu reeves and john travolta you got it. I know got it. I purposely will tell a white person that justin bieber was always my favorite member of in sync. You have to be disrespectful impassively passively aggressively races on purpose. Just like some of them do okay. I am not michelle obama. Michelle says when they go low we go. Hi no when they go low. I tell them that dolly parton not be author was my favorite golden girl. Oh yes dolly parton barbara streisand be off the and vanna white would a catholic the golden girls he sometimes you have to disrespect people to let them know. You was being respect for the whole time. Okay you know why this is dangerous because they all look alike. Me often applies okay when the police are looking for a black male suspect. The problem is all black males. Looks us back to some white. People often puts us in a position. That brothers like former tennis star. James blake was in when he got tackled by a white new york city police officer because he looked like a black man suspected in credit card fraud. They all look like me. As a racially loaded phrase that haunts us system school the workplace and now the coaching ranks of the nfl. This is why you have to purposely tell people you hope chris pratt returned to play captain america in mcu. Okay hillary duff hillary swank hillary clinton only hillary. I acknowledge hillary banks. All those other hillary's. I just named can't tell them apart wanted. It was on breakfast club when she was running for president. Hot sauce in her back. I don't remember which one it was. The moral of the story is michael. All black people don't look alike. Please give michael. Donaldson the biggest. That's all i'm saying. That's all right by him. And you know what. I'm saying we'd be like all black people look alike like come on man you think. I want to be walking through the airport. And say more is more damn morris. More like joe joe or this over the phone lines. Eight hundred five morris chestnut. Okay eight hundred five eight five five one. Have you ever been confused Somebody thought she was somebody else envy. You gotta story remember. When you got confused with drake our. They wanted the barges. Which one will both. Actually i got confused drake before i've got confused wanted to barges. I've got confused. Barack obama bedroom never happened. That barack barack When i got my beard joe. Buttons and carlos boozer devilishly. Joe biden arlene kyle. Let's for sure it depends when when he got much beijing. Definitely carlos boozer goodness right. So let's open up the phone but what about you people. He's always comey miss info..
15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney, Dallas-Forth Worth
"McKinney Teenagers in custody charged with murder after home surveillance showed Brutal beating death of his mother, the name of the 15 year old male not released, but he is now charged with murder. McKinney. Police say the boy's father called police for help from the home in the 700 block of Donaldson drive. Police say video showed that team beating his mother, Stacy Ellen Barney, to death. They found him in the area during a search. Kimberly James K. L I. F news
Texas boy, 15, charged with murder after beating mother to death, police say
"A 15 year old boy, who has not been identified, was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death. At their home and McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera. The boy's father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming WKBW 24 7 news
15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney Home, Dallas
"Was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death at their home in McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera, the boys Father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming Wkbw 24 7 news aides to President elect your Biden say
Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?
"I'm joined by two experts to discuss where we are with brexit and how it will affect the market and for this episode work of the week the curators never wakefield tells us about the planks made by john mccracken. You suddenly gained a new audience because he was initially remained to be behind that shiny monolith in the utah desert before that. The holidays are two weeks away so why not gift. A subscription to the newspaper you can save up to forty percent when you buy a subscription for a friend colleague or indeed for yourself between the digital only subscription full and immediate access to a website an app or the complete subscription all the benefits of the digital only subscription plus the monthly printed newspaper delivered direct to. You do go to the art newspaper. Dot com and click on the subscribe. Link the top left of the page now despite the coronavirus pandemic the uk Fast to its intention to strike a trade deal with the european union by the end of twenty twenty so talks intensified over recent weeks but at the time of recording no deal has been struck and the uk and remain far apart according to us your phone delay and the president of the european commission the worst case scenario unless you a hard line. Brexit camp owner is deal and that remains a possibility but how autrey be affected to find out i asked the writer and art market specialist ivan question and former. Mvp current chief executive of the british chamber of commerce in brussels daniel donaldson daniel before we talk specifically about the art trade and brexit's effects. Let's let let's get a state of play. Where do you see the negotiations now. Well i'm actually still pretty positive. I think actually more or less the deal is done. The question now is how will that date is choreographed. On both sides of the channel to ensure the politically they can get through on both sides. So i actually think the deal was probably more or less agreed at the start of the week. The question now is the uk gay some concessions on northern ireland earlier in the week. I think that was the first stage. The prime minister met with commissioner of on the land on wednesday night. And i think that also was the next stage of of Of this i think you will find that. The eu will grant some concessions on the level playing field over the weekend and the uk will grant some concessions on fish. I'm then. I think we will more or less dale semi. That's the feeling that the Getting in brussels now this could all still Blow up You know the politics of this is still very very delicate. But i think contrary probably what you you see in in some of the media online. Pretty confident that we're still on course for a deal early next week. What do you make these contingency announcements from the that. We're talking on thursday lunchtime in the uk and this morning. The have set out some some aspects of sort of contingency planning. I suppose the portents of that suggests that that no deal was more likely but do you think that's a bit of a smokescreen. Then i think the you is just covering it. It's back because it did the same thing before march last year when when there was the first deadline anthony e you needs to make sure from its point of view that certain things can continue in the case of no deal so for example. Airline routes can continue. Some of these sort of things need to be done so these are more or less the same contingency measures that they put in place just over a year ago when we had that first potential Deal situation. i'm i do think also that You know given the fact that this is going roy down to the wire at this puts a little bit more pressure on the uk to make sure that you know if they were gonna be concessions made. They need to be made very soon. Okay i've what do you think the chief concerns of the art trade are what what information do they need. And what guarantees. They need for this to be something that will stop panic and allow them to continue to trade in the way that they would like to. So i've actually been speaking to people on the ground on what we've been getting a lot. Actually in the market media is A lot of detailed from trade associations and from lawyers and shippers. And that's what we haven't been getting is what is happening on the ground. How do people feel so. That's what i've been focusing on and actually the biggest thing is obviously uncertainty. The most interesting thing to me was. I couldn't find any panic anywhere
"donaldson" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"And you mentioned at the beginning of the show but but it'd be great if you talked about it again where people could find you and your program down at your school. Yes i'm at louisiana state university. I'm in the department of psychology in school psychology area and we have a really unique school's psychology doctoral program. That is very behavior analytic in its focus and but also you you pick up a bunch of other skills along the way leading differential diagnosis skills. We have specific. Coursework and training in cultural responsiveness. Our our program director. That's actually her research area. And i know he ran list. Right now are clamoring for that kind of experience. Y'all forget experience working with really diverse populations in the baton rouge and new orleans area. So it's cool program so anyone who's interested in pursuing a doctoral degree that is behavior analytic in its focus but his is also makes you eligible for licensure as a psychologist and you should check out. My email is j. donaldson at lsu. Dot e. d. u. Yeah if you like. Google my name and lsu come up you can find my website. You can see my lab page. See my students. I have the best students. They're super awesome. I get to collaborate with some people who are going to be going on and doing really amazing things. And then i get to kinds of research that i would have never done on my own. Because they have all kinds of ideas again. We want to say big. Thanks to dr jeannie donaldson for coming on the show and talking with us for such a great chunk of time. It's always such a pleasure when we have a guest on who has so much to share about their research about their thoughts on the topic at hand anecdotes. The research the facts of the research there was so much we got to cover tonight. And i hope all of your listeners. Were as excited to hear about it as we were. So thank you again. Dr donaldson before we wrap up. Just want to make sure everyone gets that second secret code word. It is hourglass h. o. u. r. g. l. a. s. s. Here's a big hourglass shaped objects. Got the big top. A big bottom really skinny middle sand falls through. Let's keep time an old timey fashioned way. Jasmine trapped in one by.
"donaldson" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"The podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer i'm your host robert. Perry crews and with my co hosts. Hey rabbits thana and it's me jackie. Well it is a real treat episodes coming on november and one of the things we have to be thankful for. Is we have so many fabulous practitioners who are taking time out of their day to talk about behavior analysis and behavior analytic research with us this month. Which is again. Also the theme of our podcast is the theme of our budget. That's not the content is the theme the teaming and this is another great episode with great guest. We've wanted to do an episode on the topic of time out or quite some time now but we weren't going to do it with out a very special guest joining us. And luckily the stars have aligned and she is here tonight. We are joined by dr jeannie donaldson to talk all about time out ginny. Thanks so much for coming on the show tonight. Thanks so much for having me. I didn't check if everyone's a big fan of time out. I think one of the things we're going to talk about is time out as something that i think. We all know. We all know from probably our own childhoods from our own practices but it does seem to be a procedure that may not be as well received as it used to be. Even though it is one that i think is still pretty popular. In terms of usage. Popular in terms of people are writing. You know instagram posts about it. Necessarily and what will be talking about tonight. Our articles mostly by dr donaldson talking about timeout as procedure but also having a chance to talk about time out as a procedure that is potentially being misunderstood misused and what does that mean or practitioners who might or might not then recommend time out but before we get into all of that genie. Why don't you tell our audience all about you all right so i am an associate professor at louisiana state university. I am in the school psychology area. Although i'm not trained as a school psychologist but our program is a very behavior. Analytic school psychology program. And so i'm just gonna put in a little plug here at the beginning and then maybe again at the end brainy listeners. Who are interested in pursuing a doctoral degree. Our program afford students training in school psychology and in behavior analysis which allows students to get licensed as psychologists as well as their..
Young siblings, ages 4 and 6, killed after car drives onto mini golf course in Florida
"Four year old boy and his six year old sister were playing miniature golf at the Coconut Creek Family Fun Park in Panama City. Police say a truck suddenly veered off the road and right onto the course hitting the two kids. The boy died at the scene. His sister passed away later at the hospital, a spokeswoman for Panama City Beach says. Family was visiting from Louisville, Kentucky, when what she called the tragic event happened. The truck drivers identified as got Donaldson, Kathleen Maloney, Fox News
Theres No Place to Hide
"Good morning yeah. Hope you're doing well. Can you hear me so good. Good thank you right. today I want to talk about practices. Usual and The wish of the alzon teaches masters that the students become well rounded in terms of practice only a realization but in the in the functioning today is an analogy of a head and tail so we could take it as a dragon Seems like a good beast kombi grasp of grasp but it's directly applicable to each one of us as a human being so in this particular cohen. We have to adept spacey question in one another and these are the answers that they come up with. You know quite often again we We may answer in analogy or in Entendre this is the expression of practice. Firstly the preface to the assemble first case sixty six of the book of equanimity case. Sixty six for those of you. Got the book preface to the assembly. Those with supernatural power. A marvelous activity comes step in those who have forgot next donaldson eliminated phil still conflict of foot. Let us say that. Sometimes there are running debt and sometimes they're sitting dead. How can they be made complete the main case attention among askew ho what is the head. Kyu-ho said opening the eyes and not being aware of the dawn. The mon cast. What is the tail. Kyu-ho said not sitting on an eternal seat. The mum cast. What about having the head tail. Kyu-ho said after all it's not precious the mowing said what about having the tail and no head. Hugh ho said though satisfied. You're powerless the mon casts. What about when heddon tail off directly well-matched kyu-ho said a descendant gains power without knowing it. So that's the case a the appreciative us a compass for the circle. A rula for the square with use it functions well with neglect. It hides stupid a bumbling a dwelling in the raids backing and filling sheep caught in offense eating others food sleeping in one's own bed of clouds rise and rain falls do collects interns to frost the well aligned. Jill string passes through the needles. I the embroided threat unceasingly vomits the shuttle's guts the stone woman stops weaving a night scullers tuned toward noon. I mean there's a lot in the probably won't do an awful lot on the on the poem but It's it's the main the main thing is that there's many criticisms of buddhism more religion in general that It it tends to be somewhat esoteric that It doesn't really appear in daily life That people That a spiritual you know really don't live like ordinary lives are a little bit off in some way or another. So you know there's images and we all we all have images we'll will portray images you know. People live in a monastery or certain why people live in les life for a certain way. But this really this really cuts to the quick in the in the sense that it doesn't talk about
Star Wars: Squadrons Review Round-Up
"Let's start with the Review Roundup for Star Wars squadrons right now are not right now I should say eight forty, one am Pacific Time. So about an hour and a half ago on Metacritic Star Wars squadrons was sitting in eighty one. Now there's a bunch of Asterix here. This is the pink version, and if you went there, there's only. There at the time was only like I would say less than ten reviews up because, of course, Star Wars squadrons, a multiplayer game and the multiplayer servers just going live tomorrow. There was a thing yesterday for press plane which we did. You can hear about on the games gas share a little bit about ear as well but lots of the reviews not posting but the ones that did very positive PC Gaber end gave it a ninety Ian Bordeaux says. But if star wars, squadrons had simply Ben Tie fighter with prettier skies to look at, it would have already been a winning proposition. What it is in fact is a great looking technically demanding starfighter Sim, that provides a dynamic new spin on space dogfighting without any of the usual monetary cruff that companies live service games. Today time will tell if truly has the depth and skill ceiling to give it give it staying power, but it's made a damn fine first impression. If you've ever wanted to become an ace x wing pilot or fondly remember your time in a dos based fighter cockpit star wars squadrons is a must play of twenty, four seven gave it. Four out of five stars, Alex Donaldson wrote, this is the triumph of squadrons. It's clearly lower budget title and easy as other. Star. Wars episode but it comes with a price to match. It has more strained tensions within that. It's still squeeze in as much detail as much fan service and simply put as much content as possible squadrons feels like more of the more than the sum of its parts more most importantly it does exactly what it set out to do, and it does it very well indeed, it's EA's smallest scale console stores title yet, but it's also it's best flea battles a little long and sometimes listless, but some will no doubt pine for. An some we'll find for a little bit more content. I personally would have really liked to see a twenty player or more death match mode, but it's nevertheless difficult to really criticize such a tightly wound complete package as such. It's an easy recommendation and then game informer gave an eight point two. Eight, point, two, five Asia Reiner over there says squadrons single player May fizzle out frequently like a malfunctioning hyper drive motivator but the multi-player continually impresses and is worth the price of entry alone flying in formation with a group of friends put a smile on my face and that was just the calm before the storm when the laser start flying squadrons, multi player can be nothing short. Of exhilarating and a great test of skill pushing players to be clever in the cockpit to out thinking outmaneuver opponents given just how enjoyable it is to pilot an x wing Tai fighter this is a multi player experience I will continue to go back to even if he doesn't support it with new content, it's just fun to play providing something different compared to most today's competitive games.
Bloomberg Comes Up Big with $100M Cash Infusion in Florida
"So this was another big story from over the weekend was the announcement by Mike Bloomberg that he's going to spend at least one hundred, million dollars in the state of Florida to help Joe Biden win the state. This Washington Post story says that Bloomberg made the decision last week after seeing those numbers on Florida in seeing that Oh may be Biden's a little underperforming there. It's a little closer than we thought official. Voting starts on September twenty fourth in Florida. So the need to inject real capital in that state quickly is an urgent need. This is Bloomberg Adviser Kevin Cheeky he continues Mike believes that by investing in Florida, it will allow campaign resources in other democratic resources to be used in other states in particular the state of Pennsylvania. So there was always this fear of, Oh, where's Bloomberg's money? He got to speak at the convention, but he's not gonNA fork any over even after he said, he made this promise to keep his campaign employed in put all this money into help be trump. Personally, I was really never worried by didn't didn't really come after Mike to personally at least for too long also because they were both from New York I'm sure trump gave Bloomberg his fair share of grief during the couple of terms that Mike was the mayor of New York. City. You can tell when Bloomberg speaks whenever he goes on TV his ads were also pretty devastating, but you can just feel the vitriol contempt for Donald Trump Mike. Bloomberg is obviously a big money guy. You know he's a billionaire but even he trust Joe Biden more than Donald Trump So that should really be a warning to everyone and as Rick. Wilson always says Mike Bloomberg has more money in his couch cushions than Donald Trump has at all I think alluding to the fact that Donald Donaldson, shady loans, and he's probably not even a billionaire really when you get down to went off topic but thank goodness that is a breath of fresh air some good news for Joe Biden on the money side to with an even better August and by the way, the Biden campaign pointed out that since Calvin Coolidge in nineteen, twenty four, no Republican has won if they don't win Florida. And this year, it really is all about Florida because of trump doesn't get that one he's got to pick up a couple from either Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania Arizona in those are looking shaky I mean that's really really generous because he's behind in all of them. So He needs Florida to have any chance and that's a little note to yourself if you're watching. On election night tour as the votes come in the days after in the mail. Well, we're GONNA know pretty quickly because Florida starts counting there's early. So we'll know on election night mostly with the vote is going to be. So a Florida starts going Biden were going to be in really good shape. That's when you know. Okay we might have this one.
Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown
"Joining us right now we have Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown hello. Hello, hi Oh vera. Out of the So Hey, you know it's amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done. A lot of game shows Andy. You have even done the top echelon of what our listeners love jeopardy celebrity jeopardy I was on twice. Yeah. The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions. The winners from that were supposed to come back and we ended up Conan and I were on the tonight show, and then we weren't on the tonight show. then. Went on a tour and the day of the remainder or the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour. So I was in. Eugene. Oregon while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me apparently not my I mean I'm perfectly happy to. Fill in for me. Is If. He made most of his career based on your cancellations. I believe he does exactly exactly my womenswear line I just couldn't finish. Right head. And, Yvette you have been on a loads of game shows. Yeah. What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? Oh Gosh. You're so hard I really love Hollywood game night the Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be I can I can also speak to Hollywood game night they pour the booze down there they do. You. Listen I'm very competitive. So every time I do the show I don't drink because. I nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money, and so I'm there to help those people about how To propose it everybody I'm Michael be tossing back. Whiskey sours and being the reason why? I know Andy. This yes. September thirteenth you are bringing back. The live streaming event from the Sitcom yelled Andy Richter controls the universe. Yes and so what prompted this event? I mean people have been doing this cast reunion table Ridi thing for charity online because you know there's a lot of attention starved people. Get some attention and they tell you get entities that need our help. No, that's secondary. Today virtual reunion of the community cast. Recently when we did it for community, it was from the kindness of our hearts, Andy Richter. All right. All right. Right. You did that in May right we do now do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? We've always had a group chat or two going I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current. Routes. Something funny. Happened in. Somebody had some further information about the joke and I said put in the group Jen. Donaldson. Put it into what? Is it the thing nobody would since ever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason besides being respectful of Donald Glover's time We let him know like listen man, you are a lion king. On Somali. Music and stuff. So He's in the group chat. Now at least once a week he goes why did I ask to be here because? We text each other. So I WANNA talk about your new project on audible room room. But let's play a game right and this game is called hooked on lyrics. What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music that was popular before they were born. They probably have never heard any of these songs before, but we haven't to read the lyrics and your job is just to guests the songs. So we're GONNA start with you in gets aric. My name is Jane. I'm nine years old and I'm from new. York. The faith thousand day use so to ask they had to feel. That future boom boom Ah. Okay. Can I say that I missed most of it because I was I, think oscillating listening to her. Yet black-eyed peas black eyed peas boom boom POW, is the name of the song. Oh Are In anti. This one is for you. This is Jane again, and this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel prize winning folksinger still laugh about everybody that was hanging out now you don't talk. So out now you don't seem so proud about having to me scratching next meal. That is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. Absolutely, correct that's right. I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. Not yet not yet not she's a fan of Nobel Prize winner she might. That's
The Narcissist In Your Life: Recognizing the Patterns and Learning to Break Free with Julie Hall
"Welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast my guest today is Chewy Hall and she is going to talk about narcissism and her book the narcissist in Your Life. Giuliani introduce yourself. Hi doing thanks so much for having me. Yeah Julie L. Hall. I always throw that L. in there. 'cause I'm a little generic name but it's Yeah Julia Hall. My Book is the narcissist in your life recognizing the patterns and learning to break free from Books just came out in December. I have a blog. A popular blog called the narcissist family files and You can find my articles on psychology today writing regular articles there lately. I also have stuff it had posted in various other places around the Internet will great. Thanks for coming on to the podcast to talk about this topic. Thanks so much for having me. I'm happy to be here. So let's just jump right in. This is an exciting topic for me. I don't know if exciting is the right word but I like this topic. It shows up a lot in my practice and what I do. I see it a lot in addiction as well so let's jump in and talk about narcissism and what it is. Everyone's favorite topic today lose days. Yeah think so so tell me a little bit about what motivated you to write this book so I am a writer by trade and an educational writer journalist poet and I also come from a narcissistic family. So I'm a survivor. And I was actually working on a memoir and I came to the realization. That wow one of the major themes of my memoir narcissism and. I ended up shifting gears a little bit and writing directly about narcissism writing articles. A Lotta my early stuff was on huffpost. And I launched my blog at the same time and wrote a lot for awhile. Interviewed a lot of experts and lots of others survivors and so it became a professional journey. Sort of figuring out aspects of Li- work ray hitting four but then it took a life of its own and I came to realize it was part of my own crosses You know healing and my own processing in my recovery. I think that sounds like a lot of people do that. You know they start to write and they especially when they survive narcissism in a family structure that they are looking for answers right and you know pre Internet. There were very few books. Nervous is very few information available. It's hard to imagine now because there's so much there's really almost too much. It's everyone's favorite topic these days. And there's still a lot of misconceptions about it but yeah I in a very real sense. I wrote the book I needed to read as a younger person and many of us as writers. We tend to do that. We often do that. I think that's so common. I think that's communists therapist to we go to look for the answers for ourselves in doing that for others. Right and an early books. That was important for me was the narcissistic family by so Stephanie. Donaldson pressman and Robert Preston. And they were the ones who coined the term narcissistic family and that was a profound discovery for me as a younger person and that sort of laid the groundwork for a lot of other people to forward with treating it therapeutically in writing about it a family in which one or both parents are narcissistic and the family is structured in such a way that the needs of the children are secondary to the needs of the parents and a lot of dysfunctional. Families are set up that way. That's kind of sort of definition of a dysfunctional family but in the narcissistic family. It's their unique way their differences that are unique to the narcissistic family as opposed to the alcoholic. Family or other addicted families are religious extremism or other mental health issues. Okay well let's because we this word. Narcissism is thrown around a lot like you said and can we talk a little bit? Just what does that mean and when we say narcissistic and what does that mean. Yeah so narcissistic. You know it's often misunderstood as you know egocentric EGOMANIAC. Somebody who's extremely self-focused arrogant superior and those are behaviors of the narcissists but the underlying issues. Which are you know? There's an underlying sense of profound vulnerability. Shame in a sense of inferiority than worthlessness. That's the underpinning of the disorder. What happens with a young person developing narcissistic defense mechanisms? So it's really a defensive coping structure and a child who begins to develop those that coping style they develop at exterior kind of persona personality and the shame and the negative emotions that are really overwhelming for a young person. A young child become they repressed those negative feelings those feelings of honor ability in shame and adopt this grandiose persona superior often a bully they become John nearing often. The narcissistic personality is very domineering and competitive. It's external you know. They miss out on. They don't develop a stable self esteem. They don't develop a sense of connectedness and the empathy. They don't experience consistent empathy themselves for whatever reason because of conditional often conditional caregiving and so they although they're capable of empathy cognitively they can recognize what other people are feeling they don't engage emotionally so they're not actively empathizing on an emotional level with other people in what other people are feeling so they create a false self to survive this intense feelings of shame and low self worth and self compassion they create. Its false self that they project to the world and I guess they lose touch with themselves they dare. They were oppressed the shame. And they really lose touch with that painful piece of themselves and that externalised persona is. That's what you see. And that's what they continually try to keep in place so but it's unstable and it's something they're constantly having to prop up and so. That's where the domineering behavior comes in the competitive one upmanship. The arrogance the need to constantly compete with others. Feel better than more entitled that So. They're afraid that if they don't do that they're going to have to. Experience their lack of self worth or their shame that is in there. I guess. Could you say it like their true? Self Yeah you know. It's complicated and hard to understand where those of us who don't struggle with this in even the narcissist because that so much of what they're actually carrying around emotionally repressed so they're very out of touch with their interior emotional world and they want to keep it that way and that's why the narcissistic personality avoid self reflection at all costs. That's the behavior that those of us with healthy self esteem We practice self awareness. We reflect on her behavior. We reflect on things. We've said we try. You know we check in with ourselves and the narcissistic personality. Lloyd's that and along with that any kind of sense of responsibility for their behaviors. Well and then I would imagine that leads to that inability to those empathetic feelings because empathy is a feeling state. You know mirroring feeling state that if they can't be conscious of themselves are experienced themselves and you can't really be pathetic exactly and you can't also be intimate if you're not in touch with your own donor ability in your feelings and consistently engaging in self reflection having that self awareness you're not feeling safe and you're not in touch with yourself not to be in touch with others so that intimacy is really not there and often. The narcissistic personality can become quite good often. Very skillful at mimicking certain behaviors. That may be seem like intimacy or interest in others especially when their first in new relationship or trying to win over a prospective partner you know they often engage in mirroring other people instead of actually intimate and the mirroring can feel like someone else that I can really feel powerful like. Wow I've really met someone. I have so much in common with and had this amazing report with but then when it gets to a deeper level or really where you have deep connection that starts to break down. I guess it does an another head of underlying feature the narcissistic personality. Is this all or nothing? Mentality of everything is either good or bad. You know right or wrong. There's no gray area. There's not emotional nuance. So the narcissist tends to see him or herself as either worthless or wonderful and others as well so narcissists idealized other people that they're drawn to they initially idealize people and they do that in their romantic. It's not necessarily that. They're trying to con. You really are idealising you at first. They're certainly manipulation. But often it's this. They're caught up in this idealization of the love. Object and then eventually gives way to solution -ment disappointment when we reveal ourselves to be imperfect which we all are accepting the narcissist mindset. They are perfect and someone has to be perfect in order to not be worthless. So it's this terrible dichotomy that is impossibility for any of us to live up
Nashville - Trump tours hardest-hit areas in Tennessee after deadly tornadoes
"The president is touring the Nashville area today after the devastating tornadoes on Tuesday that killed around twenty five people president trump is touring the devastation in middle Tennessee Friday after four tornadoes ripped through the area earlier this week killing at least twenty four people Donaldson Christian academy a pre K. through high school in one of the hardest hit areas of Nashville was leveled the school's headmaster hopes president trump sees the damage to bring attention to the help the community needs but I also hope it brings a spotlight to the resiliency in this community and and I would hope that if you're able to come to our school tomorrow he would walk away saying Hey that's a resilient group at that school and he'd be encouraged president trump approved a disaster declaration ahead of his visit making federal funding available to the areas rebuilding from the destruction
Food Fight: How 2 Trump Proposals Could Bite Into School Lunch
"Two new is now that the trump administration is working on a pair of rule changes to reduce what it calls fraud in a big government program but as in pairs Corey Turner reports hundreds of thousands of kids will lose access to a free lunch at school for change number one the trump administration is targeting the supplemental nutrition assistance program known as snap or food stamps Sonny Perdue the US secretary of agriculture told reporters that states have been too generous with the program some states are taking advantage of loopholes that allow people to receive the snap benefits who would otherwise not qualifying for which they are not entitled by tightening the rules the government estimates more than three million people will lose access to food stamps now what's that got to do with the free school lunch program it depends on who you ask the truth is the real impact of this rule on school lunches is virtually zero that Sam Donaldson policy director of the foundation for government accountability he testified earlier this month before the house oversight committee but at the same hearing Dianne Sullivan told a very different story without snap in addition to having less food at home my sons could lose access to free school meals Sullivan is an advocate with the group witnesses to hunger and has two sons in high school not everyone can agree on at least one fact here food stamps and free school lunch are separate programs but for millions of kids they're connected that's because years ago Congress worried that many low income kids weren't eating at school simply because their parents hadn't filled out the paperwork so lawmakers throughout the paperwork telling school district any child in a family that gets food stamps should automatically get free lunch so what happens to kids when their families lose access to food stamps well the trump administration
From Coast to Coast: A Conversation with Eddie Donaldson
"Our podcast. Fast is generally categorized as a sustainability podcast but sustainability in a lot of its forms doesn't always have to meet environmental on today. I think we're going to talk a lot. More about sustainable communities in social impact messaging. But before we get into all of that I know you have a very cool story. Okay and I want you to walk me through how Kentucky Kid ended up in the California arts scene and not just ended up in the art scene but really at the heart of everything going on uncreative in California. Well when a you know born and raised in Louisville or at least mostly raised in Louisville my mother passed away when I was sixteen or fifteen years old so so Came to live in Los Angeles with her sister. My Aunt Doris Johnson. Who interesting enough kind of figure? In Louisville. She was a musician on on the scene on Washington Street. And all the cool like bars and sixties. I came to live with her. And after you know losing your mom barely having having relationship with your father and being dumped in a whole new city which is completely different than where you were you. Kind of options are limited to where he kinda migrate towards so you know fortunately and unfortunately depending on which lends you look at it through. I kind of found myself migrating grading towards gangs here in Los Angeles. Because that was you know it was it felt like a safe place for me and I was accepted for who I was and just kind of started hanging out in the wrong places. Let's say and then I was introduced to graffiti. You know and I was like. Hey this is a safer. Kind of environment with a similar her fraternal brotherhood. Feel a crew of guys that really care about each other look out for each other and will do anything for each other so you know. Even though it wasn't the greatest artist that's kind of where I ended up and then from there you know kind of you know naturally being a business minded person. I guess I've tried to figure out a way where since I was is it the greatest graffiti artists in the world. How can actually turn this into a business? How can I monetize these kids skills? And how can we make a business out of this. I guess you could say you caught foresight to a certain extent you know none of us knew what we were doing. As far as business was concerned or or the detention by ability for business. But you know I just had had the vision that one day this would be accepted art form and that people would pay for it and that's kind of what got me in the business of art in so what's now bringing you back back to your roots back to Louisville. Well it's an interesting. That's an interesting conversation as well. I mean you know given the fact that I lost my mom early it was Kinda four letter word for me. I loved the basketball aspect of my hometown. Whether it be local or you have L. or K.. Not Always Watch the Games and stay connected. You know through Athletics but you know it's just kind of a a negative feeling when I thought about home based on my loss and a friend of mind Danny Wimmer who does music festivals back in local. He does hometown rising Bourbon and beyond and louder than life started these festivals and we had some business together. And he's like you should come see what we're doing here. It's pretty cool so I I went home and you know I have to say I was completely shocked at how much change had happened in the city. How cool the scene? The Art scene was in the music scene and how much progressive it was considering. How how it was when and I left thirty years ago or whatever so you know? I reconnected with a lot of my high school friends and I and I really. I really kind of felt that special feeling and you know like how special it is to be in Louisville in how special the people are so I decided I wanted to try to figure out some ways that I could bring some of the stuff that I'm doing here. You're back home and not only expose people at home to how cool what. La and an international graffiti and street. Art Scene feels like but also get some of these skies from Paris or Australia or London to touch ground in Louisville and see how special the ground and the people are there. So that's really kind of the inspiration spradlin behind the wall sluggers project and talk a little bit more about that and what exactly you guys are doing with branded arts. Well you know it's natural for me due to try and bring something that's so accessible to me back home and something that we've been doing for over twenty years so I got together with some people here in La and we decided we wanted to put together a mural project not a mural festival because it's not going to happen happened in a short period of time. I'd like to have start during Derby create. Do our first activation in the end with a bang during the try festival varied in October with Daniel presents officially with them but during that time so that gives us a seven or eight month time period to execute as many beautification. You too fixation. Projects as we can whether it be for community or for commercial because we're having a lot of conversations in in different areas you know one of the things we're trying to do is as we would like to revitalize the area surrounding the Skate Park and we're talking to the city and I've got diamond supply company here in La that wants to help fund it will take some skaters back Jack and will do a huge day when we unveil the the mirrow but then also some of the stuff we're trying to do is we'd love to do some beautification at the healing place. which is the number one recovery center in local? We'll at least to my knowledge. They have three facilities. And we've talked about painting you know doing something at all three. And then we're also talking Johnson middle school about coming in and doing something something in their gymnasium and in the hallway that's motivational and inspirational to the kids on the ground. So I mean it's really it's it's really a pretty thick and robust program program an ambitious program but considering all the love for the arts and local getting everything funded should should be. I don't WanNa say easy but I'm confident that will find refunds. We need you have such a large network of artists and just like people around you and talent in friends in industry names as as we look back on the last decade while also like looking ahead to the next. I mean this is GonNa be hard. This is going to be like picking your favorite child but like who do you think were some of the most influential artists famous well known or not over the last ten years in the scene and also who do you think is really GonNa make an impact on the next ten. Wow how that's a tough question. You know one of the things that I always say when people ask me questions like this or Gimme the credit for being where I am in what I do is. I don't know anything else that no one else knows. Like I'm not the smartest guy in the world you know. I'm not Jeffrey Deitch. Or you know I just happened to have a lot of really cool friends. Does that make art. And I'm I'm just blessed to be in the right place at the right time but if I have to answer that question I would say shepherd. Ferry is probably to me one of the most influential fluential artists that I've ever worked with and of my time because of the reach that he isn't able to accomplish and a lot of the social chain he's been able to to to activate or or be a part of an and he keeps that as as a common denominator to most of the things that he does you know he has a ton of integrity. He understands the value of social economics and he understands the impact that his art has on people that see it so you know I'd give him the. Probably you know that credit to be one of the most influential influential artists of our time. As far as I'm concerned I mean obviously banks is is hugely famous and hugely popular. But I don't think banks he's making near the change range in the world that Shepherd Fair has been able to accomplish and I admire that and as far as the future goes the landscape is changing so much when I when I got into the art xenos like you had to pay dues. You had to you know you had to pay your time and you had to put your time in and you had to get the experience now with the age of the Internet and in how just media in general has changed who knows who the next new artist is going to be. I don't think it's going to be one. I think it's going to be thousands of new artists that have change your have the ability to to make change and and create impact. Because you know everyone has a voice now when it comes to art or creativity eighty or music based on their ability to publish almost immediately Anything they want so I don't think there's going to I think it's going to change landscape landscape to WHO's the guy who's the I think it's going to be the entire generation that actually is credited for for that space. You talked a lot. What about you know change in social good? I'm curious because obviously Rubicon Environmental Company. That's trying to make a change in you know we're trying going to do what we can. How do you think that environmental sustainability social messaging you all of that plays a role in our you? No I've done some research about Green Rafidi and I don't necessarily mean you know. Let's toxins in the paint can. But do you think that some of the messages that you've seen on some the murals and art are now kind of leaning more towards environmental messaging. What are some of those trends like? Well I mean yes. There's you know we understand standing power we have to to move the needle into communicate to the masses you know when it comes to street art and graffiti. I mean that's the core reason for doing doing so is messaging you know it started with like look at me and now look at these issues. or or let's beautify neighborhood there's a ton of people in the space that are now making different French choices to materials that they use and there's a ton of manufacturers in the business that are looking for new solutions just invited a guy yesterday named Dj that has a company called can love and their whole their whole idea. is they recycle cans and they make these beautiful hearts with the inside of the can facing out so you can see the different colors. They take the top the cans and they asked him to make him flowers. Yes really really cool and so everyone is a little bit more conscious as the world wakes up. You know people. We'll have to be responsible for what their footprint is. And what their messages in regards to that footprint so you know whether we find perfect solutions to to the environmental issues when it comes to materials or or application. It's really how we speak about it. And how and the message that we leave behind because at the end of the day. That's it's what art is. It's a form of messaging and communication hopefully to impact and create change or motivate people to activate. Something what you know whatever it is you know the message for our next show is called Love Los Angeles style. And you know it's all about love everything that we're doing in every bit out of messaging is about activating love so you know there's a huge social impact component to what we do and I think most of the people that You know are involved or or waking up and utilizing that tool for that for those
"donaldson" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Was the first person to ever receive Australia's highest military honor the Victoria Cross it is a big honor for me to say Mark Donaldson welcome to I his father hood very much appreciate coming on such a a prestige broadcast like this all right thank you yeah let's do it all right here how many kids do you have and how old aren't got tickets now gonNA set in your all daughter and an eight year old son okay very cool what type of sports or activities into so my daughter used a lot of different things especially it was into swimming and ranting and touch football and all sorts of jets are brought over the years she's GonNa she's figured out really what she liked doing and she now on dancing and and touch football the thing what else tagging bought yeah so young he dies well we called Rugby League so much sure if you're familiar with that about the at the top of football tackle football You might have heard about us about yeah yeah that's what he gets into I have heard you with coaching at all or do you enjoy all that stuff from the God I'm a what actually gets involved in the managers thought of it which is really cool she's done for the last three years I can't I can't handle the catching thought of it I my all the other you know what I mean it's it's the commitments and things reflect it might be really difficult for me controversy actually I just thought unfortunately but do they'll be mad you know off the field and and try and taking some tackling and possible yeah very all right mark if you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background and what you do yeah sure I'm Jonathan they say that Victoria Cross and background I'm ex-military now styling Defense Force and I'll send you sign special forces the unit things special ED regimen and You know we already seven seven to rock a couple of other places and I read closely with Americans time forces American Special Forces caught a lot certainly from the Ivy and I thought of things and for me there was one dice remo actions are are you know I got recognized and then related Victorian cross-stitches the highest Kumble on it you can get for bribery side the equivalent in the American system would be the medal of honor so that's where it is but as a quick background before that you know I wasn't I wasn't really the sort of normal kid was going to get into the military and I have a vivid interesting upbringing in the center tragic events happen to me when I was younger when I was paying my father died of a heart attack on I'll stay sane and and my mother was not never to be found when I was nineteen and so you know my I guess my Lens of parenting from that Uh you probably a little bit different tonight I guess you could say so you know I try and take some of the things that that I think we send me myself I got an hour rather modern data and try and really you know I didn't small turning now father certainly around the things I learned off my dad but also the things that I'm automated data on and I can show I'll put that I didn't hear about now now let the military after fifteen years of service and and I work for an aerospace company Boeing which is a which is a great great US company and Global Company down there and style and that's that's a bright background yeah what are the incredible journey you have market incredible story and so your oldest is thirteen so how how old were you when you became a father about and how to becoming a dad kind of change your perspective on life well roughly again I'm not very good at math I'm trying to think off the top of my head all funny I affects the kind of father and it was it was a bit of a shock to the system it's not that we didn't sorta now we're going to happen by anything that I'm my my lawf- and new they're going to have children but you know my career and my career in the military and the particular tree you have to really sort of be on the ball with it and and so a lot of things I would attach effective of of you know you lost purpose and not really to be honest you know on that job and happy to be Dadan and just trying to balance those two again is loss and otherwise and that was the joy and the happiness Ask Not crying dirty nappy was watching her and I'm watching to become a you know a little human years and I've often said I think I think the dad and some of the things offline the Elliot's you Kinda feel it'd be useless in a couple of months because you're not you're not really native there's nothing that I need from you necessarily accept them accept laws and yeah so that was a bit of a bit of a shock name and then I'll spend say much stronger light you know first of all lawful I probably missed during awesome the other stuff but you know I got a fantastic now being able to to sort of really connect with her ah becoming a young adult yeah good stuff and you and you said you worked with a lot of the US special forces I have a lot of navy seals that have in fact I have a navy seal on this podcast usually about every week and I know a lot of them speak to the same it's very you know when they're in a position like that they're so dedicated to that job that it's so hard to really split the hocus into the family life what was it like for you to to work with the special forces over there what were those guys like yeah awesome as as you'd expect the relationship is we're we're all pretty much the same but you know the US doors you lock the rich cousins damaged you and certainly when when working alongside of Austin helping out the you know the time I'll tell you and your country and the willingness you have to go in America was a bad Well what are you anchoring robberies to do it a lot at work but never really thought about it in the Heimlich sort of ideas I when you when you're at we know you give you give everything you kinda iron door shots to use that as an anchor to decide to think about work and then when you leave work you thirty minutes is on undivided attention when you get on and if you can give them that then you know guys along by having a having pretty settled happy ass on yeah well sad it is important mark I've talked about it all the time in the pockets here we have a fatherless crisis in America here we have far too many kids that are growing up without a dad in the home are you seeing that same there's similar problems going on as well yeah I'm look to be honest I probably not on the pulse enough and that's why I think one of the things I think outings alerted is activities father's Anthony's insiders and kids and would would go out and do things together and I'm always connected to the Boston's the way we wanna be kicking things a dozen fair locker but it got so much by the end of the day that you know you you've probably Mr Housing opportunity with engaging children and from it as much as anyone I'm not not dying I'm better in any way before about Amihai example then really that's that's the one thing I think he's probably the most important part is you know children that just little sponges and they're all watching what you're doing they don't need Boston what they're gonNa do and I know that can lead to some problems down the track that we just haven't really realized yeah right on with that it let's go dads is the best time of the year to bring your kids game and first class by the WHO listeners can now save twenty dollars off their ticket purchase the NFL is in full swing the dot com and use my.
"donaldson" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
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"donaldson" Discussed on Emma
"And a very warm welcome to a thirst for the podcast in number I we're not only out on the road we're actually interview recorded okay welcome everybody I am very very privileged to introduce you to our guests today listen we're here is that we've just attended a conference we have it was a Policy Forum for Wales Conference all about where we're at sales event which was focused on implementing the New Curriculum in Wales measuring pupil progress in reforming fourteen to sixteen qualifications and we had keynote speech but before we get into the detail of what you said today we just want to go back in time a little bit and we WanNa ask basic questions interview yet we were getting the hint by the end but we did get half an hour of Professor Donaldson's time so without further ado we're going to go to the Hi ily wonderful maybe that's a little bit Ott but I am a trauma specialist what a Gracious Generous Lovely Man Senate Speaker was Professor Graham Donaldson himself and our lovely Tom of our wonderful podcast managed to bag him the kicked off the education reforms in Wales which is not what we expected to do when we started this humble podcast not at all but I've got to say the experience was in here on the podcast book we literally grabbed him in a conference room a whole that was being disassembled around us as we interviewed him teacups will being bashed and the discussion we had was round concerns that we're building up in wills about the pressures on the next professor Graham Donaldson Welcome to a humble podcast thank you we're GonNa ask you questions we've just been just attended the policy form for two thousand fourteen wishes when I had an initial conversation with officials in Wales government and then with the minister that time Hugh Lewis slightly vindictively by lady at the back I think he wanted to being removed from carpets at one point part of table was taken away from us without any chloroform and yet we have interviewed Professor Graham Donaldson author of the two thousand fifteen successful futures report home games he used to play back in the nineties where the floor is gradually piece by piece falling down rammed your left on one platform just to dress just manically trying to continue when you were asked to research and produce your port successful features what was your reaction to being given this opportunity how did you go about tax with new reforms in education what's really interesting input about qualifications show we're GONNA separate episode all about that however the key links such a huge task because obviously they such seminal document now in in our in our our future and a catalyst for future I'm what did you learn from it personally so curriculum there were I think half dozen task and finish groups had put in reports I think virtually all of those groups said the thing they would report it on yeah so we're going to give over most of this episode to an in depth interview with the man himself Professor Donaldson a a slight health warning we normally have very high standards for our sound quality things I was cleared by in my initial discussions with colleagues with the minister was just looking at our site if I was going to do a hat ought to be in the core of a national curriculum and I think there was a recognition that time that that you couldn't simply try and squeeze more and more into the existing national reclamation of the discussion we had back then with with officials and with ministers wars round with a view of national curriculum and assessment arrangement what was your reaction how did you go about it and what's delaying from looking back in time but to no two thousand thirteen ornery meant that I didn't think that I was the person who did best pleased to give some kind of technical fix to try and Tsk could help to throw some light and how we would square that circle of you've got an existing national curriculum and build up a pressure one enough to I discharged US remit and I did a number of of different things but the first thing I was absolutely determined to do was to manipulate the existing framework in a way that somehow manage to reconcile the pressures that were there so we agreed very open ended remote education system in wheels fell to how things currently where and what did I wear for the future and how far we could we could satisfy those aspirations in a in a device curriculum so I spent the first three months of the review for the review so would be as radical as it needed to be it was was where we ended up the challenge Dan was understand just what the teaching profession what the young people the parents what the the the the broader stakeholders wishing to school young people in the school and I just spoke to them about their come views in on on the school curriculum but also just the nature of of Yes spent time in schools and every school I went to it's been obviously time with the head and senior staff Cross section of staff host school should serve their children and how far existing arrangements allowed them to save the children well asking the children literally tuning Wales so I went north South East West and center discovered some of the logistical difficulties of traveling especially in off circle meals make sure youngsters did well and qualifications that was a big driver under both primary and secondary he's looking in the background was views about an account purpose of of of school wars and and in secondary schools a lot of the discussion was round the twin pressures we obviously obviously schools felt you finish it for me please so I said to Stanford sentences am it would be great f. forget all about the constraints that you you come in at the school and what did they hope to get from the team at school how did they see school has been for those discussions tended to start with initially fairly first of all I'm very very clear very clear and very strong message that levels of dissatisfaction were very high with what was they wanted to get from school both senior staff teachers but also particularly from the young people themselves so outta that grew I'm just telling you it'd be great if and then we had a different conversation because people started much more I'm vicious much more creative in terms of the kind of things so really had a a understanding about thinking that was taking place in those countries but then more widely in terms of of evidence insulation the coffered evidence that that was it an undertaking and what I got from my visits to school so successful futures sixty recommendations all and half the recommendations about what needs to happen if the if the opportunities offered by changes to curriculum assessment could become a reality in schools in place in order to ensure that what you don't do do one for the OCD working with elise CD of Dumb Review of Sweden Portugal Japan and Australia as part of the what the it would be great to do so simultaneous with all of that I was also undertaking white ever set I addictive response so the young people will say oh we we go to school so that we can get qualification catch up and there was a very clear instrumental view but what it's about research about the way in which curriculum thinking was going and then I also commissioned was at Cardiff University Christina about what was best necessarily for their children at school so we we had that discussion then ask too much we'll open ended question and say okay well Hud all that if I if I give you a stem to a sentence ability system in which they were trying to second guess accountablity system so they were trying to satisfy what we thought count wanted rather than thinking the arguments behind that was democracy sweet forward because it was a huge consonants between the direction things are going to nationally what can through from the all of that came back in and actually remarkably what then fluids from that in terms of framing the final recommendations and successful all came together quite naturally within that thankfully yeah that's true but an important thing to remember is they were about professional landing they went about leadership they would've accountability what about subsidiarity about just the nature of the culture some of the things that had scully's Cardiff University to undertake a call for evidence for me so that I that that's the first three four five months of the review the concentration that the there was there was virtually virtually nobody batting for the status cool under a lot of exciting ideas about and I'm not sure that necessarily what's what the the administer was expecting from me but about half the recommendations would curriculum assessment the coffee shop hey feeling somewhat who as trying to look. Natural surrounded by cables microphones thankfully coffee the
NLDS Game 2: Mike Foltynewicz brilliant as Braves edge Cardinals to even series
"Ryder we continue with the baseball post season in the National League game two of the NLDS between the Braves and cardinals in Atlanta cardinals coming back to win game one scoring six runs over the final two innings on Friday in game two runs were at a premium but Atlanta was able to get to cardinal starter Jack Flaherty young Grady tremendous this season it's former MVP Josh Donaldson facing Flaherty in the first one very well in the left field with the brakes around the board basic Donaldson one of the new one Josh Donaldson gets the Braves on the board with an RBI single in the first flowery would settle down after that on the other side Atlanta started like full to damage to spend time at triple DES triple a disease but bounced back late in the season he was tremendous for the Braves on Friday using his slider among other pictures to scatter three it's no watch goal line with seven strikeouts over seven scoreless but still just a one nothing Braves lead on the cardinals heading to the bottom of the seventh in the Braves would
"donaldson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Almost took Donaldson off his feet one ball two strikes one gonna nobody aboard here you know hold half of the seven that's nine to six Lana we need to settle down a little bit one two Sweeney rumble to the shortstop secura globes rules the first tune out is Donald is is worked out pretty well for Philly skipper gave Kapler Alvarez who gets to face is gonna get possibly two out of three maybe go one two three two of those that are gonna be lefties Donaldson sandwich by Freddie Freeman a lefty Nick more cake is lefty so could be a perfect decision here to bring in Alvarez in keep the Braves from score anymore runs keep the game close here's the pitch to mark K. Kissimmee hits the final straight thank this is also three four and five in the Atlanta water Riley is on deck we see him in the seventh year or in the eighth nine one two coming up for Philadelphia in the eighth swing a line drive into right center that's down in the gap could be extra bases again for more cake is and it will be a stand up double his third of the game three doubles in a strikeout so he's in scoring position with two outs and Riley.
Leslie Donaldson, President Trump And Portsmouth England discussed on Morning Edition
"'Prayers and words of thanks and appreciation were highlighted today at a ceremony in Portsmouth England marking seventy five years since the d day invasion in Normandy. France that liberated Europe from Nazi Germany. President Trump read from a prayer delivered by then president Franklin D Roosevelt to the nation Queen, Elizabeth thanked World War Two veterans for their sacrifice hundreds of d day vets, most in their nineties, attended the ceremony, Leslie Donaldson is a ninety four year old British military veteran. He remembers the struggle to get his landing craft close to Omaha beach during the invasion. The features
"donaldson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Zero six six zero one two Mattie and caddy's listener line. And we have some great calls this week. We've got three that we're going to get to two of them are questions. One of them is pointing out some factual inaccuracies from the podcast, which we always appreciate uh. So we'll get to that coming up in just a bit. We'll also get to Josh Donaldson. The interview for this week, a former AL MVP now with the Atlanta Braves third baseman and the best thing that I loved about this podcast with Josh Donaldson because we'll do the reenact real quick for the beautiful patron gatty when we were watching. Josh donald. Zain on the driving rains in Orlando. Yes. So playing in the diamond resorts championship, which is the first LPGA tour event of the year and LPGA tour pro who will not be named was on the driving range about maybe fifteen to twenty feet away from Josh Donaldson. And did not know who Josh Donaldson was no clue whatsoever. And Josh gets out the driver and hits one driver and the player who wasn't paying attention at the time just heard the sound in stopped and turned and looked over as Josh teed up another one. Now, I'll make the sound of the driver, and Mattie you make the sound of the player after contact was made. And the flight of the ball was watched. And it went just like this wet. What? And everyone on the jiving rates and laughed because it is sound that that flare made as the ball left the club face into the stratosphere. Yeah. I mean, his story is amazing. Josh donaldson. I I'll say it again. He I've never seen someone who doesn't get paid professionally to hit a golf ball. Hit a golf ball. Josh Donaldson does. So you want to hear that interview coming out of it's fantastic interview. Josh Donaldson, our guest today so much to unpack on this week's episode. I wanna start looking back before we look forward, and I cannot tell you. And I've said this on the podcast if you haven't heard it by now, listen to some of the past episodes. I love it when a star in our sport gets a win early in the season. And we got that at Pebble Beach with Phil Mickelson also the side of this year's US open. Catty you were there. And I thought fill these guys. Handled horrible weather, and the fact that Phil Mickelson is already in the winter circle. This year activates all of my Gulf feels included my gluts. Yes. But and I hate saying that with Phil because I I have to admit that he and I have become closer now than I think we've ever been in the. Fifteen plus years that we've known each other what happened on Sunday night when darkness was falling made Phil look, very ugly. Yeah. Eight him look, really ugly. It was a lose lose for everyone. Look everybody knew that. There wasn't technically wasn't going to be enough daylight to finish. When when we got the hail delay, mother nature. I if if you hadn't seen what was going on at pebble it hailed on Sunday, and it started hailing while the sun was still out. I mean, there.
"donaldson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Philosophy judgment that convinced us that there was a an opportunity for firms such as de j. Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette became known as deal. J D L J do in depth research like a McKinsey consulting firm would do as opposed to superficial research being done by Wall Street firms. Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette was truly pioneering in that area. Many people listening to us don't remember that Merrill. Lynch started as an awful lot house people who wanted to buy one and five hairs. They would go to Merrill, Lynch, and they would have an execution of a trade. And of course, it evolved into the Merrill Lynch of today. Whatever happened to a thousand it was Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner bean and Smith whatever happened to Mr. bean, or this is the. Joke nowadays. Wanna talk for a moment since you were the head of the securities and Exchange Commission for a number of years. I wanna talk for a moment about your a pining about the regulatory environment. Now, obviously since the post made off period, there's been a lot of attention paid the crash as a result of derivative trading woke a lot of people up your opinion. What is it like now versus years ago? It's a much more complicated an environment. At a much more. Many ways sophisticated tools big used to to buy sell security, and do you feel that there's too much regulation now or too little or just right? Kind of like the Partridge. It's it. It is the regulatory job. SEC? Job..
"donaldson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"I think I'm really curious to see this what the early mocks where Cory Seager one's going go. Hi, I, yeah, I agree. I completely agree. He's young and people are still going anything over eight him for days. What's high fourth-round. Yeah, talking fifteen. Oh, yeah. Just tell me you're with me on this no way should, but he will. We over at friends. Vince benefits we did dynasty ranks top twenty five dynasty ranks. And I had two people from my sight within promptly fired who put. Twenty five. Okay. Wait. Aguirre or Cory Seager next year who goes first cigarette? Well cigarette, Joe eager goes hers. Diculeng calling. Yeah, they they'll go pretty similarly, but I think more often than not you're going to see Seger ahead. People been overwritten Seger from the jump and I've just he's a good hitter. I'm not going to sit here and try to pretend not a really good hitter with with some legitimate substantial upside. But I feel like he's been overrated from jump street and despite Olen basis since twenty fifteen. He's a power average guy which is good, but also not the hardest anymore. Exactly. And so I still think people waiting for some growth. I don't know is this is a really like a thirty five Homer upside there. I mean, I guess world play one hundred games during sees exactly. So give me the ten twenty five to eighty of cigarette to be quite honest. And I think Seattle will continue to be a capable team. I don't know that they're going to be great by any stretch, but I don't see tear down DiPoto will make fifty two more trades this offseason to keep them again, at least kind of as a five. Hundred clips. I think it'll be a modest often. You know, mediocre mid pack offense that will keep cigarette in some good runs as well. So I wouldn't want Cigna and I'll take him at a cheaper pipe, but I bet you. I bet you Seger has a higher ADP and it might even be by margin which I'm present, which I guess I feel like spore put this together, so I would have to take Josh Donaldson granted as set it up didn't I'm? You're still Donaldson. I'm still because he's gonna fall. He he's gonna be the opposite of Seger now he's going to fall in Seger will not. So I get around eight or nine. Zero shares of both of these guys. But yeah, that's that's probably the real answer here for fry would think the entire group here. Why are people going to make excuses I have one answer to this. So please tell me if there's another one. Why is everyone going to make the excuses for Cory Seager and why are they not going to make the excuse the same excuse for Josh Donaldson and them have similar ADP's is only age. Yes, because fantasy baseball is remarkably agianst without fail fan. I mean, I think they're within ten spots each other. I think Donaldson Zieger within spot at anything you want. That's not the case. I'll bet you there within. Caretaking team, fifteen. This spot of each other spots. There. Guarantee. They will be both drafted. I love. I love it. Okay. Well, where you go and then Seger Donaldson. So bagman said out loud in public that he would take Josh Donaldson again next year, he said between the two, of course, and here's the thing to Donald could come back and put a little bit on paper and finish the season on the field, which which could definitely get him some energy. We can feel good about them a little bit. And then if he goes to favorable situation, we'll have a whole winter to kind of convince ourselves of, you know how excited we were to take them last year. That's kind of your best case scenario for what you're trying to say that they'll go similarly is if you had a strong finish, if he does get back on the field for the Jays finish strong and then goes to a favorable spot, then people will talk themselves into it. But I still think that the thirty three versus age twenty five is going to be enough alone to keep them more than ten fifteen, and maybe even the twenty. But your first one was tense. I'm holding you to that. I. If Josh Donaldson is on an AL team and think I'm gonna feel a lot more comfortable about taking just onnell's in here..
"donaldson" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Murray could be a guy who they they signed comes up to their mayerling so much as very good one to not to mention the as farm system is a good developmental system they they bring good players you see guys like josh donaldson come from that from that sending gray trying to think of some more guys they've sold off in the past the ping the being good players you saw ryan healy on the on the mar mariners i mean i know of this different audience quite the baseball audience that i usually we'll be talking to wouldn't talk baseball but they could be a stepping stone for murray to get on a big team like you know if he's really and the next few years year three or four years ends up being a guy who can make a difference on a major league baseball team you be traded to bigger team on the east coast likely or maybe even dodgers that angel so something something to look forward to something that he could think about coming okay on the get drafted by the as and end up being traded probably in the future or get drafted by a team that's really going to try and make you their centerpiece like royals or indian tiger tiger's any other team in the annals ale central could draft you and make you like a centerpiece to their fantasize and the no you're locked up in minnesota for the rest of your life or something like that versus being on the as you're probably not going to be as long just kind of how they do things over there in oakland draft good players they develop them well and they sent him away when they get to expensive they get close to the next contract that's kind of how it works but i mean collar whether he's gonna he's gonna decide to.
"donaldson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The harm is and what's going to happen if the white house tells april ryan you know what you cover us all you want you're not going to do it from a coveted seat in the third row of the white house press briefing your credentials are hereby revoked what's the harm in that peter well i will get to that in part to here but my first part is you brought up sam donaldson former abc news white house correspondent whom i have i have loved for years and he a real hero of mine and i think quite frankly that exchange is very reminiscent of what sam donaldson would have done if you felt he was getting a jive answer from a white house official or the president himself he would be tenacious he would keep going back like a bulldog and a pit bull and just asking i question again and again but sam donaldson wasn't but sam donaldson wasn't writing books and making it about sam donaldson i think the world has changed in a big way because social media and all the the news media outlets out there we've become a real niche broadcast and cable and social media news stream that you can go and have your preconceived notions of what is right validated depending on where you go if you go to fox news you might say well that's a very conservative person if you go to msnbc perhaps cnn he'll say that someone either middle of the road or to the left if you wanna get your preconceived notions validated that's where you go i the question she was asking was legitimate he.
"donaldson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Architect named andrew donaldson is suing the port authority for failing to safeguard the george washington bridge donaldson jumped to his death from the span in july of twenty seventeen the daily news reports mary beth donaldson's one hundred million dollar lawsuit says the agency waited until september to set up suicide fencing in spite of the more than one hundred people who jumped to their deaths from the bridge in the last eight years the port authority has declined to comment i'm terry mccreevy for seven ten w o r former first lady barbara bush was laid to rest yesterday in houston correspondent amy rollback reports from her funeral ceremony on thursday just two days after the passing of the former first lady the bushes welcomed a new baby boy into the family the eighth grade grandchild for george h w and barbara bush their son neil posting picture of max walker lauren on facebook writing this the circle of life god is good president trump is considering a full pardon for jack johnson boxing's first ever black heavyweight champ johnson was one of the first superstar athletes of the twentieth century it was known for living large and was married three times to three white women johnson was charged with violating the man act for his relationship with his second wife that law prohibits transporting a woman across state lines for immoral purposes it's designed to inhibit prostitution but johnson was convicted by an all white jury in a verdict viewed by many as racially prejudiced he spent a year in prison senator john mccain's been a leading advocate of a posthumous pardon for johnson brian clark abc news apparently rocky creator and star sylvester stallone share that story with president trump breathtaking arshad call him many me the man who played mini me and the austin powers movies is no longer with us actor ernst royal family announced his death yesterday afternoon the forty nine year old stood at two feet eight inches and found fame in the mike myers films he reportedly struggled with alcoholism and depression mets pitcher matt harvey is headed to the bullpen the formerly standout starting pitcher has been struggling this year following a woeful two thousand seventeen still he's not happy.
"donaldson" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"donaldson" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And by thanks for calling in this is as the good interesting session i have great edit and uh thanks for coming out and we're on a break i'm going to sell some real estate we are going to come back and i've got a an interview with a really interesting germany roger donaldson who is the director of a new documentary called mclaren about a bruce mclaren which is it's a really cool documentary rajaonson was also the director of the world's fastest indian with anthony hopkins which is an awesome movie and we have a good discussion about kiwis in motor sport and bruce mclaren and stick around we right back simpson of the smoked our podcast is brought to you by dr line drive line is the world's first social driving up coming exclusively to the iphone discovered the pleasure of driving not to get somewhere but simply to be on the road whether you're a longtime driving enthusiast or just someone who wants to discover why driving can be fun this is the app for you you can map and classify your favorite driving roads based on style location or whether it's a a lose a loose surface a cruz an offroad trail while capturing basic metrics and driving data with dr line you can use your phones camera to capture video of your driver using external camera or maybe even a drone posting those videos to the feed so everyone can see why your time behind the wheel matters or keep them for yourself in your library new can build a profile share your cars track your drives and earn points towards contests and giveaways now.
"donaldson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Donaldson as well good about what it's like to receive the nuclear that happen right before he took the of the players he said it was very scary will tell you a little bit about that coming up in just the second also last hour we were talking about mr margin i'm a call and mr march from the dead spend he had challenged any ted cruz quote cock that would you know put their money where their mouth was and and fight well he was taken out by a ranger tim kennedy and tim answered the call we haven't heard from is the marksmen on twitter cents is is offer was taken out by a former ranger now currently green parade special forces guy who's also in and then maybe but we've decided to sweeten the deal we just had tim on i said i'll put fifty thousand dollars a prize money down for the charity of mr margins choice if he happens to win tim said on the put in extra fifty thousand dollars down in my game which either has a ton of money laying around or he's quite confident that he's going to win we're going to see now and the other thing is that we can do maybe sweetness this up on for i'm mister march minute and make sure that he knows that we'd love to target but if he demands on a fight he has won and the place where you can watch it is available we begin their right now.