35 Burst results for "Every Award"

Boxing Nurse Is First Star of Tokyo Olympic Opening Ceremony

John Williams

01:40 min | 9 hrs ago

Boxing Nurse Is First Star of Tokyo Olympic Opening Ceremony

"Was from insider dot com The Tokyo Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony began opened with a lone athlete Japanese boxer Arreaza Sabata, running solemnly alone on a treadmill. Did you see the treadmill treadmill? Yeah, we we we have We have it on the other studio, but it was really kind of hard to pay attention to Sabata, who is a nurse was denied an opportunity to actually competed the games because her qualifying tournament was canceled. The IOC decided to cancel the global boxing qualifying tournament, which was scheduled to take place in June due to the current challenges of international travel in Covid restrictions. Instead, the 53 places that were up for grabs in those qualifying tournaments were awarded to people based on the points that they previously acquired and she didn't have enough points if she doesn't get to go. Her appearance and the ceremony was meant to reflect the hardships faced by both health workers and athletes during the pandemic, and the one year delay to the games. I get goose bumps thinking about that. So how do we represent and embrace both the Medical site In the athletic side. We put the athlete who was denied the chance on a treadmill, working alone, jogging and working out. She was exercising. She quit her job. Got a different job that wasn't as good. So that she could train every day for the Olympics. She put her heart and soul into it her life into it. And then they said, even though you might be good enough, we cancel the qualifying tournaments. You're out. But then they said, we're going to put you as the sole representative of all the athletes on a treadmill running alone at the beginning of the games. I get tears just thinking about that

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Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:37 sec | 9 hrs ago

Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil

"Announcing the awards for the state's marijuana licenses tomorrow to access to Medical Cannabis Commission will reveal the names of the six applicants out of some 70 that applied at a public hearing in Walker County, according to the Rome News Tribune. The winners will grow the marijuana, make the cannabis oil and sell it to eligible patients, and it can't happen soon enough. The state legalized THC oil and products for people with certain illnesses in 2015, but provided no way for them to access it. In Georgia. It's still expected to take another year before the new state supervised grow. Operations are up and running that CNN's Shelby Lynne

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How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others

You Are The Media

01:58 min | 1 d ago

How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others

"If you want to inspire of us looked yourself and ask your getting out the whole process of content creation from my side. I think if every new initiative experimental can learn from sharing why discovers. I'd give a loan when you immersing yourself in something it helps to have a platform from which you can aerate and explain your own trial era. Success and understanding. The reason i do this is to give myself a clear. Review of the present for instance when we started our zoom shows with you the media online in march twenty twenty i believe we could create productions not just weapon us and as the pandemic tightened its grip those who are already creating content found. They just keep going well. When we launched you the media in bristol. we filled pob. And how did that happen because initially when the event was first announced we had to six people book on and we found ourselves having to cancel the event another reason is that as we delivered the first hybrid event in july. I shed how i thought. This format could work for businesses. Would you block or share audio or video. It's not just about attracting clicks shares and engagement and achieving an uptick in awareness and reach. It's also a way of sharing your own learning to check back in with yourself and help abbas benefit from that. It's not about sharing successes around product dates or self congratulatory messages of client or award. Wins thinking through taking a scrapbook approach of frigging figuring things out in plain sight having a place document but also knowing that you're not always going to get it right is important. It doesn't always have to be about who is reading watching listening. But your own goal of creating and charting break. Foods and realizations

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The Importance of Data Literacy

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

02:02 min | 1 d ago

The Importance of Data Literacy

"We're going to be looking at understanding data literacy. What is dead or literacy. And why it's important. I let me bring on a kashira. Sa- got cashier. Thanks for joining us. Which or very good at looking we were looking forward to the session. And you're sort of a leader in analytics you've been awarded as some awards As being at a later in analytics for the last few years maybe focus into your background at first and then your role as chief data officer. Thank you so much for having me. So if i've always been indicate a space Not liking fall into lower fell into data I've done anything else. I growing up And so i wanna do a job that And so the plus company that came calling said the tag do the math on the discount That's how it started being in the data space since a lot of my words focused on helping businesses think about data is mixed mark positions. Better decisions in the light do for a living. It could be told algorithms ashville analysis. All of that is at the end is heavy people. Make a smart decision and find finding. Also that's what i do. And when i tried to explain what i do for living my my or someone else i tell them digital loss on griffey lose something. I help you find no. It's not looking for something whether you loved or not. Is it actually they now. I mentioned the award. You've been among the top ten analytics ladies australia or twenty nine. Twenty twenty and twenty twenty one Maybe talk into that. Because i think Paint a picture of where you fit in the industry so the a suspicion it's called the institute of of australian got a bingo theseus australian computer society.

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Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup

Poker Action Line

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup

"Poker goal. Event is over with. We've been talking that over the last few weeks and that was played out in las vegas. We had mentioned that alleyoop. Cerovic was a two time winner in early in the tournament in was starting to lay claim. It's one of the best players of the current era but a famous name and stuff winning the player of the series war. Daniel mcgraw new. He is the inaugural poker go championship. Be cashed four times During the event series including win toward the very end of the event and he is awarded the player of the year trophy throw which finished second kerry cats when the high roller took third Meet over a million dollars in that event so some of the top names in the game of poker doing very wellness event. Alex foxton was fifth in the standings. Jason coon seventh and a local. Jake schindler we mentioned one of the tournament's finished in the top ten as well

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How Pat Boone Offered His Life to Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:19 min | 3 d ago

How Pat Boone Offered His Life to Christ

"My guest. Today is mr pat. Boone pat boone. My friend welcome to this program. Lets me it's radio so feel free to talk and listen pat. I gotta tell you. I got to tell my audience just to set them up for what we're gonna discuss. I had the privilege we were in dallas together at the are a couple of weeks ago. my daughter and i had the joy of spending some time with you At that dinner there was a special dinner and Then album and i might producer. Were in the room The next day. I think it was two days later when you got a very special award and that got me thinking about you and your career and i said i want to have you on this program to talk about your career. Talk about anything you want. But that evening was so special pat. I was sitting there watching. They had put together a beautiful video. Package introducing you and your career before they brought you up on the stage and to be reminded of all the things that god has used you to do over the years. It was overwhelming. I said i want my audience especially younger folks. Who don't know you to know about this stuff. And then when you gave your speech i thought this is getting more ridiculous because it was one of the most moving beautiful speeches pat. It was amazing what you said. So we're going to put that on my youtube channel my personal youtube channel so people can watch it but let's just start there pat. How do you. i mean that that was. That was an amazing evening. What was your response. Or what were you feeling that evening to get this lifetime. Legend award well. It's ila mixture of feelings. Erica of course Happy that i was given being given an award and singled out amongst a lot of other people who i feel sure more worthy but very emotional because as you heard me say and i won't say at all is my life was getting underway in my late teens. I was asking god. This was personal just between me and him to use my life and some way that that would please him that would serve his purpose. We're up in the attic. You were sixteen years old or something like that. Yeah yeah about sixteen. I had claimed this raw unfinished attic. Full of kinda junk. That's everybody's excuse at my penthouse. Because my brother he was younger than me. We'd been sharing this double bid and our modest home in nashville for years and of course we were. We loved each other. We were brothers but each of us would like to head the bed and the privacy to himself when you hit sixteen. You're a man you want your own room so you head up to the attic. I understand so. I asked mom and dad if i could have the attic. And it's well. It's just an attic and i said yeah but there's room and i can put caught up there and it'll be my place and nick can have the double bed here downstairs and in the bedroom. So that's what we did. And i will say that being up there alone lot of the time i could study up there had light. It was raw. It was nobody people would have felt. Sorry for me. I guess but i enjoyed it because it was mine and i was. I had the privacy. So i used some of that time as a young christian to talk to god and just say i. I don't know where this road. I'll look out the window up this curving road out the window of the advocate. It went up the hill and around and around the bend and it was like a an assembly assembly or a parable to me about my life. My life is going around a bend. I don't know where i'm going. But god please use me in some way that will serve you and will bless all the people. It was a simple prayer. And i didn't know what i was asking but but i met it and i repeated it and and then i'd come down and have breakfast and go to school and I just never forgot that. I had pledged to myself. That what i didn't know what i didn't tell you i didn't mention that night because i'm the oldest of four kids and i've been blessed than many ways beyond my brother and two sisters. I love him and they love me. And we're very close. But i was singled out and i asked my mama since i was the first born. Did you ever do when. I read about little samuel. And and and his mom who he couldn't even have a child and god miraculously gave her the child then she raised him to heaven and and gave him to god. I said. Did you ever do anything like that with me. And she teared up. She'd never told me she said yes. On when you were just an infant Do before the lord and said he's yours lord using for your purposes. She never told me that until i asked her. As a you know in my fifties. I never knew she had taken her. First born son and like hannah and samuel just raised me up and said take him lord. He's yours so with all of my failings and faults and mistakes all through the years and i made plenty of people who know me know about him. God is blessed in us and directed my life and i've had that sense that That he had a purpose for me. Well it's it's just overwhelming and again you know for for people especially younger people tuning in who don't know when i mentioned to my cousin in greece Who i guess he's just seventy this year that That i had become friendly with you. He couldn't believe it. He thought pat boone. What he's in greece. But i mean the whole world of certain generations knows you knows that you were a recording star hitting every every bell that could be wrong top number one hits everything movies everything and of course younger people. Today they would. They would have no idea about that. So i said i wanna go over your career because you talked about this about giving your life to god having no idea. Let's be honest what what lies ahead. And what lay ahead for you. You met the queen of england twice. You met everybody. We can possibly think of Elvis you're friendly with all these people. Every bob hope whoever it is it is a staggering career. That you've had. And i just wanna go backwards and let me just ask you said you know the queen of england so you met the queen of england twice it's hedge. It's an embarrassment. It was because i met her twice. The second time was when i was deeply deeply embarrassed. the first time i was in college at at columbia university had transferred from north texas state to columbia was having hit records and my career was taking off an astonishing way so in college. You're having hit records and your careers taken off. So what nineteen twenty twenty one. Twenty two to twenty one as as i launched the first ever of of musical variety show for a guy my age at twenty one on On abc television. And then and i'm still in college. I'm taking classes every weekday and saturdays to at columbia university and siring four kids hiring for kids. That's is that the most delicate way you could put it pat boone siren where kids these lovely women that are now some of them grandmothers. Okay so

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CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 3 d ago

CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

"Let's go to cut 17 go. President Biden did accuse social media platforms of killing people. Do you think conservative media like Fox News are doing the same? Are they killing people to with rhetoric? Hurt person, A serious person or an idiot? Did she get her job through nepotism through who she knew? How did she get the job on the merits? Well, you can't say there's merits there. So as Fox News, killing people Hey, is Fox News? Killing people? Please tell us as Fox news, killing people. And she'll get a bonus. Maybe she'll get a Polk Award. I don't even know what a Polk Award maybe. Who knows? But they'll patter on the back in the media committed. You know, Dana, that was a good one. There's Fox telling people all right, go ahead. Well, then I think all of us, including the media, including individuals, health professionals have a responsibility to share the truth about health. And what is the truth? Genius? Mr Surgeon General. What is the

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Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:26 min | 4 d ago

Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

"Lindsay is responding to a message really a slam from her sister. Britney so jamie. Lynn posted a very vague message about peace hours after britney post a very harshness. Age aimed jamie lynn. Also at their father. Jamie lynn read. The following quotes. Made the peace of the lord be with you and your spirit will that came just one day after day. Put a very very lengthy. Ah profanity ridden posted on instagram. Don't worry we're not going to say the naughty words on this jaipur you'll get the gist. Britney right the following crowds for those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos. Look i'm not going to be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad. Handling what i what. I do what i say. Even i think i've done that for the past thirteen years. And then she went on to point the thing directly. A- jamie lynn has is saying quiet which. I don't like that. My sister showed up at award show and signed in capital letters. My songs all this comes after britney put up a post. It was more vague this one. But i think it was directed towards jamie lynn cooling people righteous for support in hanau but basically ignoring her for the last thirteen years.

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Apple TV+ Wins Four Daytime Emmy Awards

Mac OS Ken

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Apple TV+ Wins Four Daytime Emmy Awards

"Congrats to a couple of apple. Tv plus shows apple insider says the second of three daytime emmy award. Presentations was streamed on saturday with two apple. Titles picking up three awards. The mindfulness for kids show stillwater. Took home an award for outstanding editing for a preschool animated program while the short film here we are not for living on planet. Earth took home apples other two trophies. One was for outstanding special class. Daytime animated program. The other went to three d. and mater and moth. She got an award for outstanding individual achievement in animation. For her work on here we are

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Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

Balance of Power

00:25 sec | Last week

Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

"Wal Mart is on the hook for more than $125 million after a federal jury in Wisconsin ruled that the company fired former sales associate who has down syndrome because of her disability. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had argued that her schedule was changed by WalMart managers, which created attendance problems for which she was fired. In 2015. The verdict awards are $150,000 in compensatory damages the rest punitive No comment as yet from

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Diversity, firsts and more facts from the Emmy nominations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Diversity, firsts and more facts from the Emmy nominations

"I know you've heard about all the major nominations for this year's Emmys now here's a look at some of the assorted facts about this year's TV awards some of the nominations were historic Jonathan majors and journey some of that of Lovecraft country have become the first black actors to get lead nominations for the same drama series overall diversity made its mark they are among the forty six people of color nominated across all acting categories Saturday Night Live has extended a record that is likely never to be broken it's three hundred and six nominations is the most ever with the NBC show adding another twelve new not I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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British Podcast Awards Winners Announced

podnews

00:15 sec | Last week

British Podcast Awards Winners Announced

"Winners were announced for the british podcast awards. Twenty twenty one we've a full list. Fund carson won the podcast champion award for her efforts to open up the mental health conversation. And the podcast of the year was awarded to vent documentaries.

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Osaka Returns to Spotlight, Wins Best Athlete in Women's Sports at ESPYS

KOA Programming

00:11 sec | Last week

Osaka Returns to Spotlight, Wins Best Athlete in Women's Sports at ESPYS

"The Espy Awards handed out last night to a Who's Who of sports athletes. Best female athlete tennis star Naomi Osaka, her first appearance since pulling out of the French Open and skipping Wimbledon over a struggle with her mental

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Rapid City Boarding School Continues Unidentified Bodies Project

Native America Calling

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Rapid City Boarding School Continues Unidentified Bodies Project

"Work continues on a boarding school project in rapid city. South dakota as discoveries are made of burial sites at former residential schools in canada. Mike mohan reports almost a decade ago. Volunteer driven effort was launched to verify details about native children buried at a former federal boarding school. On rapid city's westside that research pave the way for an historic agreement with the city to establish parcels of land for native purposes project volunteer valerie. A big eagle says news out of canada and the remains of two hundred and fifteen children found their as an emotional element to the local effort. We tried this horror stories of children. That were you know killed and buried and we've heard this from others and it's really really challenging new details about the land. Transfer will be shared at a public meeting this thursday including converting some of the property into a native american community center that follows a resolution approved by the city council. Last fall acknowledging that tribes were never given a portion of the land along after the school closed. fellow project. Volunteer eric zimmer notes. The non native population can share in this experience as well what we're talking about doing. This undertaking work that sort of raises the quality of life for everyone in the community through a long careful deliberate process of trying to understand and respond to the more challenging. Parts of our history in volunteers were recently recognized for their work with an honorable mention in the outstanding public. History project award issued annually by the national council on public history. That was mike

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How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

"For some science. Fiction is way to escape problems. In the real world for octavia via science. Fiction was away to shine a light on those problems. She used other worlds to examine real human experiences and address issues facing humanity. Her works touch on the environment race. Theory black feminism queer theory and disability studies. She was a pioneer in the development of africa. Future azam octavia had a powerful certainty and drive in her writing career evidenced in the archives of her work at the huntington library she wrote. I shall be bestselling writer. And i will find the way to do this. So be it. See to it. She was right octavia won many awards including the nineteen eighty four hugo award for best short story and hugo award for best novel. Let in nineteen ninety-five. She received a genius grant from the macarthur foundation. Becoming the first science fiction writer to do so with this grant. She was able to buy a house for her mother and herself. In two thousand five octavia was awarded a place in chicago state. University's international black writers hall of fame by that point. Her books had been translated into at least ten languages selling more than one million copies a year later. In two thousand six octavia died after taking a fall in her washington home. She was fifty eight years old. Since her death octavia butler's writing has become even more popular. Her work is featured on college campuses and there are plans for some of her stories to be adapted for film and television one of her books parable of the sower feels particularly prescient. Set in the twenty twenties. Parable of the sower is based in a world that's largely collapsed due to climate change class inequality in corporate greed. In her work octavia exposed flaws of this world by creating others her uncanny ability to see understand and reveal deep-seated problems continues to inspire and provoke readers today

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Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

BBC Newsday

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98

"Dilip Kumar has died at the age of 98. He started off as a script writer but moved in front of the cameras in 1944 in the film noir butter. Oh, Jeannie Vaidyanathan reports from Delhi. Yeah, I've got a job to keep. Dilip Kumar was the face of an emerging Indian film industry. And an emerging India Morning Peshawar in 1922 in what is now Pakistan. He changed his Muslim name use of con to the Hindu Philip Kumar when he entered the film industry. In a career spanning six decades, he starred in some of Bollywood's most iconic films. He was the first ever recipient of best actor that India's equivalent of the Oscars the film Fair Awards and still holds the record for winning the honor the most times. And acting megastar in South Asia. He was awarded both India and Pakistan's highest civilian honours.

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Oil Prices Extend Gains After OPEC+ Talks Fail

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Oil Prices Extend Gains After OPEC+ Talks Fail

"Well it it's standoff. Interesting choice of words Let me explain. What's going on here to the best of my ability in april of last year opec and its allies who together are known as opec plus or cartel all forgot choice. Awards there yeah. Yeah opec plus reduced its oil production by ten million barrels a day to support prices as demand dropped through the floor. A man demand dropped because of the worldwide pandemic well with demand rising now this year. Prices have risen. Well well over fifty percent. I believe the latest number. I've seen as fifty seven percent and now in recent days in an effort to curb that spike in oil prices. The opec plus group began discussions just last week to raise production by four hundred thousand barrels a month from august through december that would raise production by two million barrels. Those talks fell apart over the weekend. The opec secretary general set only only. The date of the next meeting will be decided. In due course kind of the equivalent of exactly exactly and oil prices continued to rise west texas intermediate this morning at seventy four dollars. Seventy five cents. A barrel brent crude at seven the world benchmark brent crude at seventy six dollars and a penny of barrel oil prices have risen to a six-year high as gail said earlier and with that energy stocks including shares of like occidental pete and conaco phillips they are higher as

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R. Kelly's Lawyer Wants Trial Delayed Due to Jail Quarantine

America's First News

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

R. Kelly's Lawyer Wants Trial Delayed Due to Jail Quarantine

"Morning, R. Kelly's new attorneys are asking a judge to postpone is August 9th sex trafficking trial in New York City, arguing they haven't had enough time to prepare because he's under mandatory jail quarantine since his transfer from Chicago. In a letter to the judge, lawyer, Devereaux Canuck wrote that Kelly's 14 Day Quarantine ending Tuesday's exacerbated what he Said, was a Herculean effort to get up to speed after their June 21st hiring Kandic, arguing in the letter that Kelly's new attorneys haven't been able to meet with him in person because of the quarantine, and that Proceeding with the R and B star trial is scheduled would rob him of effective and meaningful representation and the 54 Year old is accused of leading an enterprise made up of his managers, bodyguards and other employees who helped them recruit women and girls for sex. Federal prosecutors say the group selected victims at concerts and other venues and arranged for them to travel to see Kelly, the Grammy Award winning singer denies ever abusing anyone.

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"every award" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"every award" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Also want all going well. I don't think it's fair to expect everyone in the trump be non-bias. You can't expect. And i did say. I did. Raise some doubts. That tobin believe everything he was saying. In our last episode it did seem like there might have been as being a strain of activism in him and now he comes out in his room tying back into where we went off on our tangent he comes back into the rebuttal to dr fowler's claimed that carbon monoxide poisoning played a role or may have played a role in georgia's death. Comes back out in a unnecessary. They didn't need to do is they. Come back in a rebuttal to that one point and and dr tobin says that carbon monoxide could not have played a role in his death because the oxygen saturation and george. Floyd blood was ninety. Eight percent now. Dhaka tobin is the star witness. And he's one of a number of witnesses on the prosecution who had been claiming that george floyd died dude was fixation from derek chauvin kneeling on his neck. That's what they that's what they that is. The bulk of their doctor baker. He did the autopsy and he said that there was a heart attack. They have the enemy. Pulmonary arrested slightly different heart attack. Yeah lanes turns out. And they had the literally the bruce lee of our times. They had the top anime champion in the world. This guy carries. He's got belt over shoulder all time and various wrestling matches. He's got a black belt. I think what's the next ephraim blackbox. He's got all sorts of belts because he's won every award and he'd beat up connor mcgregor in a bar. He is killed multiple rare animals tigers. This guy is an animal. But he challenged george floyd to debate. I would not want to do that. That's that's a brave man and this guy said there was a blood choke famously. And that's so so. We had the enemy expert saying that There was blood. Cut from george floyd brain due to derek chauvin kneeling on his neck. We had dr baker zang. No it was layman's terms heart attack. We had a slew of other witnesses. Saying no it was his fixation suffocation due to their chauvin nhan now tobin the star witness pushing this nation theory who says it's an objective. Fact pinpoints the moment. The george floyd is in the video and this guy..

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"every award" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"every award" Discussed on WDRC

"And that is absolutely too and she received the first. Carol Burnett. She deserves every award. Sure, guys possibly give out. I mean, this is a woman who did it all had her own, You know, Variety show that is one Indian writer. He wasn't even on episodes of the Twilight Zone. You know that she She started way back when she's She's just an amazing we'll have around the show one of these sites. Sure we're definitely well, Larry. Good to talk to you, my friend talking and see you soon. Okay. Nice talking to you again, Larry. All right, buddy. You didn't beat the host, but you know what? You did great. I'm gonna send you five CD set of the classic radio club. When we come back, it's Edgar Bergen. Charlie McCarthy. So stay with us. More Hollywood 3 60 after these important messages. I am Robert Strickler. My wife, Joyce and I have been married for 53 years. Certainly one of the really important things in my life are our Children and our grandchildren. I'm essentially a writer. I've been involved in communications and the media. I've been an avid fly fisherman for at least 40 or more years. I've been taking privilege in on a regular basis for at least eight years. For me. The greatest benefit over the years has been that president. Seems to help me recall things and also think more clearly have a crisper ability to remember and think through things and I enthusiastically recommend Private Jin..

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"every award" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"every award" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But we had we had to get on and I guess she was happy to be nominated for the You asked her if she considered herself rock and roll. And, you know, you really think of her Morris Pop music? That kind of thing? Yeah, I do. I mean, that's what I can't understand why she might not. I hope she gets in. I think she should get every award you can possibly get in the music business. But you know she didn't really identify are traditionally is rock. But you knows Dion herself said. She said, Listen, I don't I don't identify myself one way or the other. I just try to do the best music. I can open appeals to everybody. So come on. Let's root for Dionne Warwick. She's great. Well, we're also out of the money right now. It's six place because only the first five really count Carole King. Well, if you use that song that she's not cat did way. Come up with that one. Well again, do you really consider Carol? You're really concerned. Carol. Shake and roll. I don't Well, yeah, I guess I mean, she was on those stations. And she wrote all those great songs and yeah, But other than that, Roslyn rock roll no. Well, are they rocket is tapestry of rock and roll album land. No. Oh, no, I know, I know. I don't think is a brick, but I know um s o the ones that made the top five. Can you identify this group? Michael, This is number five. The Mills Brothers? Yes, Very good. The bills but otherwise.

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"every award" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"every award" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"They say. Oh mr kornheiser your again. Yes for us we. We're we're arriving into dc and it had been a lovely afternoon but you know you're in a car so you don't actually know how warm it is. We get off the keybridge. We make a right onto empty in georgetown and all of a sudden we go. What is this and it looked like a time lapse. Because i haven't seen that many people down by the waterfront down walking the streets. Georgetown yeah around the clues warm in over a year so he was warmer than it was in north carolina. So then you start looking at at the lawns and you see those. Daffodils the distinctive daffodils. But for me was when i saw the full blooming magnolias. Yeah i'm always brought back to campus. And i think about the seniors to get to wear shorts so it was. It was lovely. Here was one of those trips. Where again we're going through snow. We had we had to have cold weather gear and warm weather gear with a lot of stuff so by the end of the trip back. I just took all the coats and just throw them every day. We played and we're playing golf most days everyday everyday. I just have to say most. Because liz listen. It got warmer and warmer. I was just waiting to see. At what point is tony. Cahn going to commit to the shorts warm a couple of days but when i got down to pinehurst the second time around pinehurst was rainy and windy and cold. I wore pants now turned out to be a mistake. After eight or nine. But that's how it started out. I wanted to mention one other thing for those of you. Who who know him or are aware of his work. Dave kindred to is great just great sports writer who has won every award imaginable. Dave kindred is such a good sports writer that when he left in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. He left the washington post. There were two columnists at that time. Well three to sports columnist. Dave kindred and ken denlinger and then angus phillips did outdoors column which no longer newspapers. Don't have these any more outdoors columns hunting fishing boating stuff like that..

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"every award" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"every award" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"And so she recently found a solution calcutta. Lls cuddles two thousand pound cow. People are signing up to hud cows sanctuary sanctuaries across the country many just desperate for affection after a full year of social distancing because they cuddled in they cut on your lap. And she rene says that when sammy the cow late her head in her lap and fell asleep. Rene began to cry a bit college. This two thousand pounds catalase your lap at two thousand pounds head and he'd say jesse pounds There is there are photos there. Yeah i wanna see this two thousand pound cow and they drool in someone's lab and they always looked at a dreadful size bubbas own. My god i don't wanna cut of like how about that. That is adorable. Amy's farm animal. Sanctuary in arizona is fully both through july costs. Seventy five dollars an hour to cuddle a cow. Onus steel like we'll do anything to avoid going to the meat pack plan the owner of the businesses. They're just like happy pills. Just to be around her cattle out in arizona. There's adorable bu l. I got mooney. Corn that moody corn has one. I in one horn. Cows got one horn and one i. It's a rescue rescue power and an and now and then there's a mini cal called moo cha mugabe here in a spot later today with you talking about the rescue societies. Got a cow adoption. Not for me david. I swear and promise voyeur. Opening his home for clunker cows on the grill. Fostering conquer cows cuddle cows. Are there for you okay. Well that's nice. Sounds like he's got a new vacation. I love it okay. Person in brisbane had just moved into a new apartment and got a long letter from their new neighbors instead of being offended. Upset shamed probably what the neighbors had attended. The person proudly posted it online for everyone to read. The letter said dear noisy neighbors. Your walls are paper thin. We were woken up this morning. Around twelve thirty. am with the sounds of dog style. Body clapping sounding sex with loud moaning and groaning the lease. Please please close your windows when you have sex because it does not sexy at all. If this happens again we will call in for noise control and name shame you on facebook. There are recovering sex and board addicts living in the apartments. Next to you. Who would appreciate that. You keep any nudity and sex kapadia private like normal respectful people. That's right all right happiest cities in the. Us have been named Any guesses especially because they know he just. He loves all the cities on the west coast jackson mississippi. Now it was a california town. Took top honors fremont california followed by bismarck. North dakota fargo happy. Here is in wisconsin in san jose california. That madison wins every award in the books. San francisco came in number thirteen. Seattle number twenty san diego's number twenty six and congrats chula vista your top fifty year number. Forty five chula. I liked that bottom. The list is toledo memphis augusta. Georgia cleveland and detroit. Detroit portrait as for the best states to live in washington. State took top honors for the second year..

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"every award" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"every award" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Other three children. How do we know he's not going to be on the look for this. What john right. So if you're adopted your father was probably a murderer. That's what we're sending his cars in the smoky mountains. Good luck the mound smoking because he said that car and fire but just cousin that i worked with here doing a dna test. And as far as i know she's not murder. She just loves puzzles. Like i do. It's in her. It's an our genes threatful horrible discovery for you. Rename bay in our lives alone and she has found the pandemic painfully isolating. She's been longing for warmth and touch and so she recently found a solution. Calcutta lls cuddles two thousand pound cow. People are signing up to hud cows sanctuary sanctuaries across the country many just desperate for affection after a full year of social distancing because they cuddled in they cut on your lap. And she rene says that when sammy the cow late her head in her lap and fell asleep. Rene began to cry a bit college. This two thousand pounds in your lap. Two thousand pounds in bed and he'd say jesse pounds There is there are photos there. Yeah i wanna see this two thousand pound cow and they drool in someone's lab and they always looked at a dreadful size bubbas own. My god i don't wanna cut of like how about that. That is adorable. Amy's farm animal. Sanctuary in arizona is fully both through july costs. Seventy five dollars an hour to cuddle a cow onus steel council like. We'll do anything to avoid going to the meat. Pack plan the owner of the businesses. They're just like happy pills. Just to be around her cattle out in arizona. There's adorable bu l. I got mooney. Corn that moody corn has one. I in one horn. Cows got one horn and one. I it's a rescue rescue power and do and now and then. There's a mini cal called moo cha-cha mugabe here in a spot later today with you talking about the rescue societies. Got a cow adoption. Not for me david. I swear and promise voyeur. Opening his home for clunker cows on the grill. Fostering conquer cows cuddle cows. Are there for you okay. Well that's nice. Sounds like he's got a new vacation. I love it okay. Person in brisbane had just moved into a new apartment and got a long letter from their new neighbors instead of being offended. Upset shamed probably what the neighbors had attended. The person proudly posted it online for everyone to read. The letter said dear noisy neighbors. Your walls are paper thin. We were woken up this morning. Around twelve thirty. am with the sounds of dog style. Body clapping sounding sex with loud moaning and groaning the lease. Please please close your windows when you have sex because it does not sexy at all. If this happens again we will call in for noise control and name shame you on facebook. There are recovering sex and addicts living in the apartments. Next to you. Who would appreciate that. You keep any nudity and sex kapadia private like normal respectful people. That's right all right happiest cities in the. Us have been named Any guesses especially because they know he just. He loves all the cities on the west coast jackson mississippi. Now it was a california town. Took top honors fremont california followed by bismarck. North dakota fargo happy. Here is in wisconsin in san jose california. That madison wins every award in the books. San francisco came in number thirteen. Seattle number twenty san diego's number twenty six and congrats chula vista your top fifty year number. Forty five chula. I like that bottom. The list is toledo memphis augusta. Georgia cleveland and detroit. Detroit portrait as for the best states to live in washington. State took top honors for the second year..

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"every award" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 5 months ago

"every award" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yeah, There's always a moment in a shoot when we used to call it, um They're sick of us, and we're sick of them. And you are. You always want to stop before that moment. My guess is R. J. Cutler. The name was a documentary Is Billy. I'll ish the world's a little blurry. The film has so much concert footage in it. In some ways, it feels good concert film because we get whole songs and whole performances. What went into that decision to make it so music heavy. Well, it's simple Billy's great music artist and and she in a in a way she's a documentary songwriter. Her songs are very much about her emotional life and emotional truth. And around experiences and in fact, one of the subjects of the film and you see it discussed in in in moments, even of conflict is that she's unwilling to include to write a song that isn't deeply personal to her. Well to me that representative incredible opportunity to make this film a musical is well. And it's not just performance. But as you know, from having seen the film, the songs function emotionally, they function narratively. And, of course, you get to see this great performance footage and Conceptually. We approach the performances in a in a way that now is unusual. But you know, a zoo, a fan of films like Gimme Shelter about the Rolling Stones it out. Come on. And don't look back about Bob Dylan from the sixties and early seventies. I wanted to capture her performance in the most intimate and emotional way possible. So we didn't film in the style that's become kind of familiar in in contemporary films about musicians where there's Swooping camera and tracking shots, and it's all about the equipment. We really got in there with her, so you can feel her breathing. When she's performing. You can feel her heart beating and that was very important to me. Yeah. You spend a lot of time to just let us sit with Billy on her own with her family. Sometimes there's there are periods of silence. How did you think about the pacing of the film so that it's still stayed engaging an energetic But also we had moments to process and process her and what she's going through. Yeah, My whole approach was that were I wanted the viewer to be on a journey with Billy. I'll ish through all the various experiences that she had over the course of the year. And it's Zee really multiple journey. She's on an emotional journey. She's on a physical journey. She's on a career journey. She's on a young woman coming of age journey. She's on a romantic journey. She's on a family journey. All of those different journeys air happening at once. And I wanted you to take those journeys with her. And of course that requires moments of reflection and and deepening and you the more you get caught up in the film. I think that Kind of deeper you get into her world and her experience and then it all culminates. I think on the day that she finds out she and Phinnaeus have been nominated for You know a bucket load of of Grammy nominations, including for Phinnaeus, producer of the Year for Billy every award that she possibly could have been nominated for and she reflects on her life and on all of the different things that happen, and it's very that's a very powerful moment of relative quiet and reflection. But it's I think, deeply resonant. We have a clip. From that moment. Technically, her parents find out first and they go in and they wake her up to tell her here is a clip starting with her mom. Okay? Nominations. Record of the year. Bad guy. Album of the year. Whatever was that be When we all fall asleep, Wake go! Song of the year. Bad Guy. This new artist. Why do you sound like that? This top solo performance and best pop vocal album. And producer of the year would be our brother. Oh,.

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"every award" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:58 min | 5 months ago

"every award" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Twenty this speech right riley identifying defining those differences but was feel the same as kinda like it was it was a there was a kind of but also it was for me was what was the speech patterns was like a clue into food and having spent all time embodying. The man researching him living in him. You know recreating that history. What do you think. Some of the misconceptions that people have about fred hampton that you've learned about him and maybe has changed in your mind as well since taking on this role. I was blessed enough. That didn't have any preconceptions about him. You know and i didn't have any preconceptions about black employ. I just understood the people in order for it within the white dresses. Hey in right. Manifested is like these people are like killing us terrorists. They like the ku klux klan. You know and it's that kind of thing will. Actually i feel like these people were like incredible uncompromising love for themselves and they would they would god themselves with guns and god that community with guns because because you're trying to kill us you know he's like if you don't protect your family Someone better comes into house and you don't protect your family. What you're saying about yourself and what you're saying about how you feel about your family. You know everyone understands that scenario. But i think the black community within america. There's a lot happening as least people occupying spaces in oppressing these people and black people around the world in right. If you don't stand up for yourself it doesn't make sense. It makes sense to protect yourself. But he's not only do they protect themselves they loved themselves and so you know and then protecting manifestation of a form of love you know one one thing that really stood out to me in this film was realizing how people connected around the globe without even realizing it. When you watch the story of the black panthers they were an international organization. They were here you know when they were trying to expand in the us but they they they talked to people from different places around the world instead. You share a struggle that we share and we wanna do this together. How do you think that has factored into like how you play these roles in what you think about it. You know when you when you look at that shared experience on the because some people might be like daniel. You come from england. You drink tea all dan. You have a good life but sometimes there's a disconnect and i feel like the black panthers understood that they would connect with black from other places to be go. We'll all black. And we're all experiencing this oppression in a in a similar a different way. I think i think chairman fred especially on student. It was an international struggle. You know you see. In the first speech that he references the mozambican freely. Matthias rights is the struggles in angola. You know is is is he. is connecting the dots. You know when. I was like He's reports of references You're young you know it's like you you and you can go on that kinda rabbit hole when go down there and find out the stuff that's happening in in terms of how to battle what's happening here and what sometimes what pitfalls to look out for some overthrowing actually just replacing what was dead with a with a black face it's as the issue is capitalism is understanding on. Not he they soar. Is it as a bigger macro point of view. You know they saw is is a western construct. That's kind of western. Virus is not. You know it's like it's like a pandemic you know. I'm what's what's what's happening to people and the oppression of black people from wet fan weddings. I i hope that everyone sees the film and then i hope that everyone who's voting sees the film as well because it deserves every award award possible. Thank you for creating it. Thank you for being here. I love seeing you again. My friend love man appreciate you. Don't forget people judas and the black messiah is in theaters and on. Hbo max february twelfth. Right we're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back. After this casper's president's.

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"every award" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

06:17 min | 6 months ago

"every award" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"Okay so this is much overdue. But the timing is perfect because ranson randomness is now professional troublemakers. And who better. Who better to have on as he sent professional troublemaker. And the woman who has every award known to man like every award. And i'll here. Cynthia doesn't belong in any boxes multi hyphen it and even her hair makes trouble. I mean sometimes it does her hair because sometimes it's purple sometimes. It's green sometime pink any given day. I'm always like i wonder what coleman hair cynthia guy you can't. You can't bet on it so welcome troublemakers. But thank you. Thank you my main booze. Cynthia is one of my loves. I love you. I love her so much and she said yes. Of course we've definitely taken our time to do. this is taking. Oh my gosh. So yes so excited to have you on. Thank you for having me so. My first question is yes. What did you wanna be when you were growing up <hes>. I wanted to be a singer and actress and then at some point i changed that to a spinal surgeon and then i went back to being singer and actress. Okay now talk about there. How did you go from singer actress who wants to be a spinal surgeon. Well i had this one year in high school. I call the secondary school where i was like obsessed with biology and was really good at like. I'm one of those kids. That could really have gone either way. I could have done the biology of it. All and science of it. All if i really liked buckled down and when i was like truly truly applied i was like causing with flying colors and i was doing that anyway but i really like doing re doing well and then i was like no. I realized that that was me trying to strangely enough trying to fit in with everybody else because the people in my class they were super intelligent lawyer wanting to be lawyers. Nurses doctors ovet saw. Which has and i was like. Well i wanna be a part of that. Many people wanted to be performed. Only there was only really me. And i was like well. I could do this spinal surgery so you're another failed. Dr welcome to the club like there's only of us. Yeah we're like we could have actually do actually is. We could have actually. Let's be clear. I probably could not have. Let's actually terrible but like wasn't it matt. Set you a terrible at. I mean i was okay. I was probably buried math than i was. At st. oh chemistry was strolling caroline. Chemistry was a struggle for most people. Like you know doing. I liked chemistry though. But biology really my bag fizz like like. I can't even remember the name of this other science physics. Physics the worst. yes today. I actually loved maths. I love maths. Yeah i was. I was really good at it. I was good at algebra trigonometry. Calculus count me out. But i don't think trigonometry is necessary for anybody it's ridiculous. Is algebra really necessary. Not really but it's fun to do software ex. Yeah yes. I can do that all day. No so you went okay. So what was five year old. Cynthia like five year old. Cynthia was bubbly chatty would sing. Everything probably hummed when she ate nosy. Reno's i wanted to know about everything. I wanted to be in everyone's business. I wanted to hear what everyone was talking about. I wanted to see everyone was doing <hes>. Yeah that was that was her she was i was i was fun. Like i'm not shy of a show. Anything ever fabio le vian five. You would have been friends. i think. Thirty five year old. Lovey and five year old. Cynthia probably would have gotten into trouble a lot. But for nothing other than talking t- much facts actual facts and talking and really smart so you couldn't get checkup 'cause you're right. It's one of the two kids that like are always talking and when you have the conversation they do something that makes you laugh. Even you're supposed to get them into trouble and they do something silly and they're both really cute and small so you kind of like minds go back to class just is fine. Bet is exactly. Where did you grow up. I grew up in so i went to south london school in south west london. And that's where. I grew up and then we moved when i was about fifteen to east london and i. That's where i was until i was about. Twenty four twenty five. Yeah so then. In high school you went back to the performing arts of at all. Yes i did. You have a nigerian mom idea. How did she handle it. Was she cool. was she supportive. What was she like. I want you to be a doctor. She was really supportive because she's a bit of a rebel herself she <hes>. She was when she. She came over to london. I won't say twenty four. She came to london on her own. She came with one of her sisters but they basically went. She has this whole thing and she kept wanting to have thing as well and she was sent here to do one thing and did something totally different because she wanted to. She's like i don't want to do this. Thing is being asked of me. I know i wouldn't want to do this. And i think that because she was bought here a sent here to do something else. That didn't that wasn't a passion she. I don't think she ever wanted to inflict on me the same thing so she just wanted me to do what i wanted to do. But do it really well

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"every award" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"every award" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"To return to Alabama in twenty twenties father telling Alex Scarborough details of draft insurance is being worked out now the tide did reach the title game this year of the Clemson Tigers did it's actually Tigers verse Tigers as top rank Ellis you will play the defending national champs leading to the discussion of quarterbacks borrow or Lawrence who could be back to back number one picks which one would you want to be the trigger man for your team PTI opine Trevor Lawrence has in this game yeah one this yes for three hundred forty seven yards and three touchdowns I am not going to say a bad word about from alarms but Joe floral is having a spectacular year Mike he is beaten five top ten teams is he has fifty five touchdown passes and six picks it as good as Lawrence is he's got thirty six today and borrow again against seven touchdowns against Oklahoma against Oklahoma Florida Georgia and Alabama top ten teams he's got seventeen touchdowns no picks Mike I got a bill would bar sorry Oklahoma's defense gives of forty against anybody they killed forty him in big twelve big because it's going to give up for soul yes Joe borough is great everything's said all season about Joe Berle every accolade every award one it is deserving and then stop yeah travelers I want you to hear me now when I say this not only is did he have last year the greatest season of any college quarterback I have ever seen but right now I would take him not only but T. eighteen NFL quarterbacks who had replaced him with what the wave of my hand travel Lawrence is that great he was that great because Ohio state even though the book has got a hold of the routes Trevor Lawrence is your answer all the time until otherwise noted and we'll wait and see no I let's bring any as being college football insider Phil Steele as we keep the conversation on college football and fill as bulls season winds down about non semi final game that stood out for you most you know I'm going to have to go to the Georgia Baylor game I thought come in in Georgia missing about fifteen players so many key starters Baylor fired up for that game very impressed with the way Georgia played you thought it was going to report be a replay of last year when George didn't show up in with all those players missing I thought they showed a lot of effort in you know one other one Detroit year would be the Auburn Minnesota game I thought Auburn's defense of wine would dominate the Minnesota's offense of line Minnesota dominate both sides of the ball hats off to PJ flak they really control their game all right so filled before we look ahead a little bit at the title game let's look back if you will the semis Ellis you just crushes Oklahoma about your impressions that by you Bengal performance well we knew coming in that there were three teams and had to make the playoffs and then a fourth one was around somebody's got to make it in it showed that then you wonder about Oklahoma missioner top pass rusher missing the safety then they lost another defense back during the game but it did Joe Berle show just continues to roll on this is a guy that is not had a bad game the entire year he has taken out of top flight defenses and shredded and I'll issue is just been super impressive on offense to look at a defense your last four weeks defense only given up two hundred seventy yards per game which is really an improvement over what they were doing in the middle of the year it's it's it's own candy would borrow seven touchdown passes in the first half I mean when you watch him play what stands out for you number one is topless this guy definitely could take a hit and pop right back up and I think that's why the teammates love them the second thing is he holds that Paul holds up all and in the feast willing to take the contact but he makes the right choices and that's really been the key fifty five touchdown passes jam that's that's a remarkable number yeah I mean those are video game numbers there clay ensign rallies bill on Ohio state what you take from that game that it's tough to knock off the defending champ and Ohio state had every right to win that game the Buckeyes have five hundred and sixteen yards of offense twenty eight first downs maybe had they not settle for so many field goals it would had a bigger lead Clemson needed to come back but I tell you what defending champs Die Hard and it's a very good clubs to team up both sides of the football I'm not sure ever Lawrence he's been the topic of conversation throughout the season what are your thoughts on his progression this season well you know we open up the year with I believe is a fifteen eight ratio and now he's got a twenty one old ratio last night weeks at the corner was Jim at the start of the year he was Brian into the hype on the greatest quarterback I'm there any jeep figured I can throw this football through a brick wall I can take chances any what's and then he just realize you know what I don't need to take the chances we got plenty of talent on this team and now he's got taken outrageous chances twenty one oh ratio you can't beat that so we have Tigers verse Tigers first look at the national championship your early thoughts on it well the early thought should be you can't go against dabble Sweeney as an underdog in the post season this guy's been an underdog nine times he's not only eight one against the spread but he's one six of a ma right and I should know I've been on the other side of dabble quite a few times during that street so he's beat me a lot the other side of the coin with L. issue I mean they've got six wins over top ten teams yeah once I got one yeah a constant had a shaky when it that were still issues pretty much controlled things they've got the Joe Moore word winning offense of line and a much more battle tested team all right so we'll get we'll get deeper into this game next week specifically with like the Clemson Deaver's LSU's offense but bar all the projected number one pick in twenty twenty Lawrence perhaps the number one pick in twenty twenty one ultimately you mine who's the better problem I'm gonna go whichever Lawrence them Joe burrows years just been phenomenal but I think when you're looking at all the the things are that the NFL looks for in a quarterback the size the arm strength the athleticism everything they all killed a little bit towards Trevor Lawrence's way so as did press of his chopper always been this year balling himself for probably a fourth round draft pick yeah all the way up to the first pick in the draft I still is in a belt executive would take care of a large as my quarterback that makes sense let's stay on their quarterback theme if you will re status had these thoughts on to attend by law regarding the NFL draft my god it and this is not necessarily a particularly informed I think it's going to stay I think it has more to do with a with a personal decision I mean he's a very state based guy he is your family and and how he's going to use this platform that he has a ministry or a damn and I think that's a big factor is not the only factor and certainly yeah his fight Baeksang twenty pages about but on the six or whatever but I you know I think you much to my surprise actually I think I think he's going to come back and played Alabama all right so there you have it he believes hills day and there's a lot of ways to look at this your thoughts pros and cons on going provers rehabbing and waiting another year with regards to to and the draft well I think that the role would be first of all I'm a college football vanishing already college football magazine I would love to have two around for another year end I could see him not wanting to go out with this type of your for Alabama one to go out on top so those would be the pros on the other side of the coin he's ready have the injuries had a couple of injuries now and you know you're going to be a first round draft pick which I believe you really will be this year I personally would advise him to step out and go to college football fan I'm sure opened Reese's right knee comes back you know you're allowed to watch the NFL's well that well it yeah I thank you watch it a little but now with the same passion I watch college football and it's only football though Jim I don't watch any other sport and I I know that Jonathan Taylor T. Andres we're both going pro who will be better at the next level you know I'm gonna go with sweat I love with Jonathan Taylor did as a college are running back and I think he's got the talent to be highly productive but swift is just got that extra gear and so I would take swift department NFL guy as far as drafting hi Barrett Jones made a good point on a one of our recent broadcast there's so much talk about players passing up on bowl games to focus on the draft but there are also those who improve their draft stock by playing well in their respective bowl game which players stand out for you who have improved their draft stock thus far there's a bunch and they end up first I agree one hundred percent with bared as far as he if you come back and play a in a bowl game the executives say it doesn't hurt you if you don't plan a bowl game but that's not really true because it helps you if you do plan a bowl game so can only really hurt you if you don't play in a bowl game so I think when you do come back and play it it is a big time plus and dad just think there's numerous players that stood out this postseason all right so as the season winds down we get close to the finish line here Phil what's the story line that stood out most for you this season you know the last couple years we've had two teams contending for the title is refreshing to have three contending for the title and you got a like Cinderella this year the Baylor you know with Matt role Minnesota with PJ flak Utah stepping out with cal winning him we saw a lot of teams jump in the contention this year there really weren't even on the radar so I think maybe we're getting a little more parity in college football a little balance doesn't hurt the game at all he's ESPN college football insider Phil Steele and Phil we'll do it again as we dig deeper into that title game next week thanks pal sounds great Jim happy new year they need you more college football Mississippi state is fired football coach Joe Moore had after just two seasons of fourteen and twelve record he was hired and twenty seventeen after Dan Mullen left Florida well dogs they'll come off a six and seven campaign at the numbers left inside.

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"every award" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"every award" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"League. Paul rebel, and our first guest of the twenty nineteen season happens to be one of the greatest athletes of all time. Yes, a goat, Jim Brown gyms, one basically every award there is to win in high school college and professional football. I mean all-time yards in a season all purpose career touchdowns. MVP's you name it. He's also a whole fame across player having graduated as a midfielder from Syracuse university. We go back and forth on the rivalry between kyu-son Hopkins. He also famously said, at least if he could he would play lacrosse, six days a week and football on the seventh he went to the NFL because. Was there was no peel at the time, which I suspect had he graduated from Syracuse in two thousand eighteen he would have been the number one overall draft pick in plain on NBC right now. I digress on the show. We discussed how elevated though from a college football halfback to an NFL MVP in short sixteen months, which includes a discussion around his meticulous train regimen in mental preparation, routine, which attributes greatly to intelligence in how he has changed his life into giving back to society, which in two thousand fourteen he was awarded the Mohammed Ali humanitarian lifetime achievement award for what he's done in the community. Encourage socially, qualities Jim began his work during the civil rights movement, when he was still playing in the NFL in a since created programs and initiatives focused on inner city job growth and post incarceration opportunities. We talk about all those opportunities and initiatives on the show. I'm grateful for the opportunity with Jim and wanna thank his wife Monique and the rest of his family for making the time to not only come on the show. But support the P L L gyms and adviser of the business..

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"every award" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"every award" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"And everyone on Twitter goes why were they not just hosts, and they don't need to be. Exactly, there's no. Meaning would make no mistake. I'm here for that. But at the same time just the fact that they're going to come out and do their bit every time that that's great. I'm here for it. Totally is and also it's not like every producer of every award show doesn't go to Tina Fey, and Amy Poehler and go you wanna to host because I assume that they get an offer. That's a standing offer for every award show. We went out to them to host this. And you know, sadly, they Tina could replace me on this podcast, Amy builder. Co host with Amy Poehler, I wouldn't give up my seat. Well, my highlight of Oscar night was the fact that all the acting winners have been in TV series or are about to be Rami Malik, of course, doing the final season of USA's mister robot. Olivia Colman nexus is subbing in to the crown on Netflix do later this year. Where she's very likely to be in the EMMY raise again, Regina king will top line HBO's long anticipated and highly anticipated watchmen from Damon Lindelof that will be promoted heavily during the final season of game of thrones. And of course, my her Sean Lee, wrapped season three of true detective, Dan, it's the TV invasion. It really is in case anyone hadn't noticed that before. No. I it's these are definitely people who TV audiences have node. Well, anyway, but I feel like that point that you just made about Mercia leeann detective that feels like a what do we call? It. We call that a transition okay for our second topic while Mahershala Ali was busy winning the Oscar for a supporting turn in green book. He was wrapping up the third season of true detective on HBO. Dan, you did not like season three. And I quote this Trudeau -tective season was essentially garbage. What happened I have to have size. That is a wildly out of context. Quote. I mean, you wrote detective was essentially guard are absolutely the words I used there is no question. But it's like one of those blurb quotes where it has the the ellipses before and after because the if you put the ellipses in front of those I believe that the full sentences in terms of the season's mystery this true detective season was essentially garbage. And that I stand by completely. It was a it's a fine line here. Only sort of because it depends on how you approach the season. If you approached it as a who done it or a wide done it or mystery that you could solve and people have in the past approach to detective as being that everyone watched that first season they were like, ooh. Who's the L O king? Oh, who's the who? The suspects. There were basically no suspects for this particular crime, which involved the death of one child and the disappearance of another. There were no real motivations the two main characters played by my Herschel Ali and Stephen Dorf, did basically no investigation of any meaningful purpose the spoiler warning. But not actually spoiling anything. Specifically, basically all they accomplished in seven episodes leading up to the finale was that they managed to find a person who could they could sit down with who explained the entire plot of the season. That's not good mystery writing. So sorry, Nick is a lot of if you thought that you were making a good mystery this season, you were not that being said, I think that the season was much more of a one person character study than any previous season. And I think that it succeeded vastly more as a peek into this one detective mind, and so you had more Herschel Ali giving a performance that I would. Expect is going to be on EMMY nominated performance for sure. And at this moment, if you ask me, I would guess it. It will be a winner. And you know, anything can happen between now. And then we were talking about this before we started recording..

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"every award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"every award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All right. What do you think Tina Fey says that she does Annette every at every award show? So she was on with busy Phillips who earn like. And I'm trying to now busy tonight premiered last week two weeks ago two weeks ago. And you think you're you're here for it. Here's what he wrote. Yes. Okay. So she gave an award out at the people's choice awards last night, and she had on a really cute black turtleneck with a really slowly flowing skirt and acute bow shaped statement. She looked darling. And so she came out in. I'm just going to stand back from my microphone, and I'm gonna do the the beginning of the show. Okay. All right now. This is why. What are night? This is so fantastic. Everyone's here, but she's waving at us. Excited. I mean, everything is so great. It's screaming. What did you say this screaming at us and of a microphone you don't need to the key screams and saw an IVA hard time with that? But then she had Tina Fey, and and they were kind of funny doing the fashion, you know, recap they pretending to be fashioned police, and then, you know, the coined something that was kind of funny, but there are a lot of the dresses on the red carpet last night had a different fabric on each breast. And it looked like people were showing off their right breast. So it would be like you'd have a address all one color, and then one side of the brass would be like in black just in its six Juliana Ranjha bodice the tape black bodice underneath, but she had just one before brush showing like that. Oh, yeah. It's just can't. Amount is and there's this other woman in in some of the colors right now that we saw it was very much representing fall harvest. So a lot of mustard a lot of army green a lot of burnt orange Sienna that color Cran from. No, that's what I think of when I think of the red carpet. I think of a Betham bodyworks candles. Funny. Funny outfits, but live right boob thing, you know, having a different color on each breast. So that was kind of interesting. But so this is what Tina Fey does at award shows. And it was very vigilant. Danny think you might have even seen it when you were going there and looking for stuff today is that here's a Tina Fey does. So in the winter is oh, yes. It was two visuals. That's too good. In the winter is let's see Tanya west. Yes. And so she's like overly enthusiastic, you look at the fixture, and she's just clapping and smiling. Seal their hands, never meet. That's right. They never they don't even miss. He's got a wait a fashion it, so she's clapping. But you know, it looks like she's really clapping, but she's not clapping. Does. She give reason why because she lives the way that they're up against someone that she wanted to win. It's just kind of her shade. Got it was kinda funny. Nicole.

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"every award" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"every award" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"He wasn't even watching some. Of his friends were texting. Him Vladimir Putin just mentioned you what did he mentioned in, regard to basically he was saying I will. Let you Donald Trump come in you guys can come in in in question these twelve people who were indicted here in. Russia can come talk to them I have to be able to come talk to Bill Browder and investigate him have have questions with Bill? Browder and what is Bill Bill I have to go back to exactly he didn't pay taxes on a lot. Of money for for. A deal he made in Russia I was a two hundred and thirty million dollar fraud that he committed. That that Putin claims he committed so for him, to be singled out. By Putin that's gotta be. Scary is you better believe it they've got some bad habits over. There to say the. Least it. Let's go? To? Steven Bradenton? Steve what's up Good morning Jack morning I think you deserve every. Award up to the. Congressional medal. Of honor Well I think you missed it, I. Think you ought to be on radio you. Got, a pretty deep. Voice there from Nashville. Tennessee I used to do a lot of commercials oh sounds like that That. Was, many years ago But, I've got a complaint yeah I'm not gonna call any names but my wife and I fly out of Tampa about twice a month and I'm sick, and tired of Wimpy little. Voice That they won't vote intercom system and I really miss your. Voice, being there. At the Tampa airport. Your national. Treasures or at least a, local treasure and I won't you back on the loudspeakers at the pampa airport yes let's do let's do it. Right an Email I'll tell everybody, that's listening call the Tampa airport authority and demand that we have our Jack Harris back instead of that whiny little voice Talking to Tampa Well Steve. I appreciate it, thank you. Very very much I don't know how much, would appreciate it but Well. No not, the mayor it's a woman's voice she's, very. Good voyage the Wimpy, voices speaking of or ESI so yes because that's the one that tells. You please we're about to depart please stand, clear, the doors and. Hold of handrails, firmly at. All times we're an hour arriving at airside, a With, delta. Blah blah blah whatever. TIAA if you get an influx of emails you know why not don't. Blame me I didn't do it Joe The girl sounds good. Sounds good they've got they, got, women, in, several. Airports I think they must have decided nationally, pretty much that women sound better on. Or something I don't. Know But they got. A sexist if that's what they've come up with, the woman hear sounds. Ten times. Better than. The one in Atlanta by long. Shot she think they do it by region they go they should have like a real. Girl in Atlanta Please get on your flying. Crate there you know that's what they do international airport put luggage carrying, thing there the bucket underneath your seat Audi we're about to depart terrible. Airport by the way was there last week just horrific Atlanta oh Atlanta connected, there's through Atlanta man cage. You can get a connection out of Detroit depending on where you're going but most of the time from here you got. To go to Atlanta I don't like going through. Atlanta in the year on the ground or anything Lanta I'm with you on the list discuss grant didn't like it either Burton Should've. Kept, it down there should have scraped all those ages way and planted. Trees anyway it's eight coming up on eight sixteen and for reimagined office furnishings let's go to the newsroom and Chris strengthen at least three democratic. Lawmakers want the house to subpoena the US translator from the Trump Putin meeting they want the translator. To tell congress what was said during President Trump's private meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump asked that no US officials be present during the one on. One meeting, and they're questioning whether Trump was negotiating on. Behalf of US interests former President Barack Obama, is speaking out. Against modern politics Obama spoke in South Africa and an event honoring Nelson Mandela he said far right parties. In the west are pushing for protectionism closed borders and barely hidden racial nationalism he also said. Reality is becoming less important in. Politics and they're getting caught spreading ally Isn't as damaging as it used to be with classes set to resume next month in Hillsborough. County steps are being taken to.

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"every award" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"every award" Discussed on KGO 810

"For every award winning our yeah they're stuck in an emergency room somewhere i'm making the awards anyway accidentally racist already beginning to people i i did just got an accidentally radio here wait accidentally racist dot com i got so there you go and somebody sent me an article from the atlantic and it says why accidental racist is actually just racist the assumption there is no real difference among black people exactly what racism as well again let's just go we'll we'll get the new duet between brad paisley and l cool j accidental racist i never heard of that song that we did that wasn't the song we just heard was it that would it says it's getting beaten up pretty badly on the inner tubes i confess they're doing some of the beating mostly because of the laughable eric's and the factors actually a rap genius entry dedicated to the song with that said i think it's worth taking a second to analyze why the lyrics are laughable here those from the lyrics i doesn't lyrics they go oh you here there are some in here is doesn't have the layers maybe they're not allowed to put them in here but the guy that writes this is an african american and he is he's national correspondent i can't say his name coaches his last name for the atlantic and he says he he says that that southern the word southern pride is automatically racist and i thought that's not necessarily true but you know what i don't like what is okay it's loaded though it is but the word pride you know when you hear when i first of all pride is is one of the sudden seven deadly sins i remember smutty was talking about pride in the name of love though youtube song you know about martin luther king junior and instead of all the things that talk about king he wasn't a proud full person he was a person that believed in in and hope and nonviolence and you know the the you know the the new testament you know he was a really martin luther king was not a complicated guy i mean i was brilliant man and a great order in a in an amazing storyteller and but he was not really it was not a complicated thing what he said you know what he preached and so i'm thinking about.

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"every award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"every award" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Nasa luke maye his fears way welcome back hey thanks so much for listening done in steve atmono yeah but brother i think that newsmen man is song anything and i'll bruno mars i think he deserved every award he god at the grammys and he called out how many ballots there were two he did he are it indeed he was like two ballots man yeah we want to make those bands the nurse yennenga joanna's for another time early said another show little big tom smith i still want sam smith ago what was the nemeth on their data yeah yeah whatever that will was closer this closure yes that abkhazia there are i think we've which came to this one before i think it was disclosure as it is a lesser registering sam snead now no big rock yes it all right you will my relegated when mammogram granted i got up sorry once i lost michael red there i got to be totally totally a i'm sorry done no this is live harmless sale it's what is there you've find now we must find this roma lose my mind i'm gonna tell you about this letter that a guy wrote his wife here is really at this this is a to every yeah there it is come on school board a little bit so don't make me weight disclosure glass feature lange mam latch here we go from the sham sam smith this is what we needed at the grammys van spiraled as it is about the goal rumer willis.

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"every award" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"every award" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"For a decade he's one every award you can he's been on noone dip bates said he's the best pitcher in baseball but we need for the postseason at this point at this point it's all about those missing things on his resume in next year will be a missing thing for thirty years for the dodgers and that's a world series title and i think that's what's becomes more important i know he came into the season saying that the one thing he wants to do changes they will what else can he do is that is he wanted to be dependable he wanted to be your every day the guy that can depend on well you've done that for your career we get it we know eur let's have you ready in the postseason i don't want anything because what has happened you know month and a half from now month from now and then he was out for six weeks or eight weeks then you starting to come to the post season so there is the thought process of even scaling him back even if he doesn't want to sometimes you have to do stuff for the betterment of the person even though they may not want that the difficult part and what it what you're saying is how do you know when he's going to have an issue i think we had we can look at it right now throughout the last four years he's at an injury may be an in its back in he has that herniated disk oh maybe this is going to be a part of kershaw year he's gonna have to miss some time but are you saying after after 75 pitches after two hundred pitches like i actually did a lot sal answered now my question is like my my question is how do you know win his back is going to flare up you don't you don't but what i can do is try to be preventitive and what i can do as essay not tonight at all meaning naughty you're not taken one pitch because i we always about wanted earlier in baseball soeharto hey will seventy pitches your back feels better than ninety pitches or 100 the the martin should have you over 100 so i'm just gonna say take the whole day off indian you're gonna throw off his arm.

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