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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97
"Devin Booker scored thirty two points in the sun's ran their winning streak to fifteen games by blasting the next one eighteen ninety seven Booker was fourteen of twenty seven from the field making four three pointers to help Phoenix beat New York for the seventh straight time Chris Paul had fourteen points and ten assists for the sons who tied the second longest winning streak in team history the Andre eight and finished with fourteen points and thirteen boards in the win Phoenix's two off the team record winning streak said in two thousand six oh seven Kemba Walker scored seventeen points for the Knicks I'm
Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon
"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports
Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he
Man earns Ph.D., fulfills dream of being physicist — at 89
"In eighty nine year old Rhode Island man has finally achieved something he's dreamed up nearly his whole life Manfred Steiner had always been fascinated by physics but instead went into medicine after retiring in two thousand I really don't want to spend my life just sitting around so he enrolled at Brown University and after nearly two decades of classes I made it Steiner earned a PhD in physics this was the most gratifying point in my life his advice to others if there's something you want to do go ahead try it now that he has Steiner hopes to catch on as a research assistant I'm not looking for a paid job you know that's still I'm Sager made Connie
'I'm so lucky': Elton John receives prestigious UK award
"Elton John is a new member of an exclusive club in the UK prince Charles and only did Elton John is a member of the order of the companions of honor I felt very proud to be British I felt very blessed I'm very lucky it's one of the highest awards that can be bestowed by Queen Elizabeth it recognizes people who make a major contribution to the arts science medicine or government over a long period of time I had an amazing life it's music has been my life and I got this for music and to work for charity but seventy four year old Elton John is not thinking in the past tense I may not look as if I'm not a hundred percent fit but I'm not quite but I'm still having to go and I got a lot more work to do after his farewell tour ends in two years John has high expectations we want to try and end dates by two thousand thirty it is doable we have the medicines we have the where with Elton John had recent hip surgery and says he's full of beans full of zest I'm a Donahue
Panthers match record, deny Hurricanes one in 5-2 victory
"The Panthers are ten oh one one after Anthony Duclair delivered two goals and two assists in a five two victory over the hurricanes declare registered a goal and two assists in the first period alone helping Florida win without Alexander Berkoff who was a late scratch with a lower body injury Spencer knight made twenty eight saves for Florida which tied the ninety four ninety five penguins and two thousand six oh seven Sabres as the only NHL teams to reach twenty one points after eleven games the cats were three for four on the power play in the first period the hurricanes were trying to become the NHL's thirteen to open the season with ten straight wins I'm Dave Ferrie
US service sector expands at record pace in October
"The US services sector expanded at a record pace last month the institute for supply management survey of service industries which includes restaurants bars trucking companies hotels and many other businesses jumped to a reading of sixty six point seven in October any reading above fifty indicates growth business activity new orders and supplier deliveries all surpassed previous records and the supply chain problems and labor shortages persisted the backlog of orders also hit a record businesses have also had trouble stocking up on goods with the inventories index declining for a fifth straight month these problems along with strong demand have led to higher prices for just about everything in the prices index rose to its highest reading since two thousand five I'm Ben Thomas
Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats reach a drug price deal as they work to finalize their one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal congressional Democrats working to finalize president Joe Biden's one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal forged agreement Tuesday on a plan to lower prescription drug costs for most older people the plan would cap out of pocket Medicare costs at two thousand dollars and reduce the price of insolence a compromise with one of two democratic holdouts senator Kiersten cinema paved the way for the deal but the other holdouts senator Joe Manchin remains a wild card mention spoke to reporters from his home state of West Virginia everything we're trying to do a reconciliation has been covered in some way or another in the American rescue plan we just did the one point nine trillion in
White steps in, leads Jets to wild 34-31 win over Bengals
"The Bengals wasted a thirty one twenty lead in the fourth quarter of a thirty four thirty one loss to the lowly jets Mike white threw for four hundred five yards and three touchdowns in his first NFL start and he caught a two point conversion pass on the go ahead score white overcame two early interceptions to complete thirty seven passes we have to be a twenty yard throw to start the game so it helps get the offense in a rhythm it helps the guys kind of calm down and and and things of that nature he's also the first jets quarterback to throw for four hundred yards is Vinny Testaverde on Christmas day two thousand shekel awesome came up with the jets first interception of the season to set up the go ahead score Joe burrow threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and three TV's on the ferry
American Airlines cancels more than 1,200 weekend flights
"Another rough travel weekend for flyers with American airlines cancelling around sixteen hundred flights American sites windy conditions in Texas and a shortage of flight attendants by mid day Sunday American it canceled more than seven hundred flights that's after scrapping nearly nine hundred on Friday and Saturday according to flight aware the disruptions were similar in their initial cost and size to problem suffered in early October by Southwest Airlines which at the time canceled well over two thousand flights and it raises questions about whether major airlines are prepared for the busy upcoming holiday travel period American
Supreme Court to hear case on New York's gun permit law
"The Supreme Court is set to hear a gun rights case that could lead to a more guns on the streets of New York and Los Angeles the case the justices will hear Wednesday centers on new York's restrictive gun permit lawn weather challenges to the law in about half a dozen states have a right to carry a concealed gun in public for self defense gun control groups say of a High Court ruling requires states to drop restrictions the result will be more violence gun rights groups say the risk of a confrontation is why they have the right to be armed for self defense and hope the courts six three conservative majority sides with them the last time the court issued a major gun rights decision was two thousand eight and twenty ten establishing a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self defense the question for the court now is whether there's a similar second amendment right to carry a firearm in public I'm Julie Walker
Ruling: Can't fire unvaccinated while mandate is challenged
"A Louisiana appeals court has ruled that the state's largest health system cannot fire or otherwise disciplined some employees who refused to get vaccinated against covert nineteen well the mandates legalities in court the appeals court in Freeport road just before Ochsner health Friday deadline for two thirty two thousand employees across Louisiana at a part of Mississippi to be fully vaccinated or face dismissal a lower court judge had thrown out a lawsuit brought October fifth by dozens of employees at auction Shreveport location a lawyer for the workers says the order is a signal to businesses statewide the vaccine mandates to probably illegal however different appeals court on Wednesday rejected a request for a similar order lawsuits argue that citizens have a right to decide their medical treatments state Supreme Court may have to resolve the dispute on Norman hall
The Latest: Álvarez starts in outfield for Astros in Game 3
"The World Series shifts to Atlanta for game three on Friday after the Braves in astro split the first two games in Houston in Anderson goes to the mound for the Braves in their first World Series home game since nineteen ninety nine he'll be opposed by Luis Garcia who got the victory in the game six clincher against Boston in the AL CS Anderson started the NLCS clincher it will be the first World Series pairing of rookie starter since the two thousand six opener each team has earned seven two victory so far the Astros even the fall classic on Wednesday as Jose Altuve a Homer and Jose or kiedy worked five strong innings I'm Dave Ferrie
US to pay $88M to families, victims of SC church massacre
"Families of victims in the two thousand and fifteen Charleston church shooting have reached an eighty eight million dollar settlement with the justice department the settlements range from five to seven and a half million dollars for the nine people killed and the five survivors cari sellers is a victim's attorney it represents one of the largest settlements of a collection of civil rights cases in this country's history the FBI has acknowledged that a faulty background check allowed dylann roof to purchase the gun that he used in the twenty fifteen massacre Eliana Pinckney age seventeen is the eldest daughter of the slain pastor of the Emmy Emmanuel church we're doing everything we can to make sure that my father's legacy doesn't go away Jennifer king Washington
Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19
"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn
Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros Jorge Soler became the first player ever to lead off the World Series opener with a home run to help Atlanta build a five nothing lead after three innings however Braves starter Charlie Morton exited after two and a third innings with a broken right calf bone that will sideline him the remainder of the series Atlanta's Max freed opposes Houston's Jose or key in game two Wednesday Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs and Carli Lloyd wrapped up her stellar U. S. women's national team career in a six nothing friendly win over South Korea Geffen Coolbaugh AP sports
"first two thousand" Discussed on 600 WREC
"She she was only one two thousand sixteen point giving Hillary Clinton debate questions she was court giving Hillary Clinton questions prepared for a town hall meeting on CNN whatever was done it was over she doesn't cheat yeah your available your junior shut up shut up why why why we Democrats do then you're not allowed to talk about the way we Democrats do they score you th regime chaos is more widespread than simply North Carolina there is a columnist for The Washington Post his name is also let me read you a tweet said that a young woman I was Adam event last night with experienced Texas analysts said that five percent of the Texas Democrat early vote was from people who had voted in the Republican primary in the past for statewide election that's exactly what operation chaos is operation chaos created by me two thousand eight get Republicans in primary states where their votes no longer matters became a bit calm the laminated switch over and vote for Hillary to keep the Democrat race going now the media is talking about operation chaos happening in Texas to talk about happening in North Carolina South Carolina well not not South Carolina is super Tuesday states and here is a columns the Washington post again I was at an event last night we're experienced Texas analysts said that five person this is a huge number right away five percent of the Texas Democrat early vote from people who had voted in the Republican primary in the past for state wide elections two thousand twelve to two thousand eighteen what okay so if this is true and I've no doubt that it is for home are these Republican operation chaos voters voting music can there be any doubt they're voting for Bernie Sanders operation get Republican vote for your five percent five percent of the Texas Democrat early book that's huge is Republican voters crossing over that is a major operation chaos operation and you know they're voting for Bernie they're not voting for plugs all right let's get started out with the phones we always try to do that first I will go to Cleveland this is Fred and it's great to have you Fred hi good day rash I had an observation that I'd like to run by you Michael Bloomberg everything the left claims to hate about trump Michael Bloomberg seems to personify he's cocky he's error again it disconnected he he has a problem with the wetlands it buys people lost and I think the bottom line you hated that nail on the head a few minutes ago jealousy is what this all comes down to all of these people with their rabid hatred of trump yeah let's see it is the one word that can explain most of that it's a it's a big part of it because all these people think they're smarter I think they're in bloom bloomers case richer Bob and more conflict and that it trumps a bumbling buffoon and and they're jealous that trump actually tried for it went for it and one's a now they got to go do it too I think you're you're Bloomberg is jealous I think other Democrats jealous but for different reasons that that that they don't have more money than trump does for example they don't have it they're just they're jealous that an outsider has come in and run rings around them when they were all predicting he wouldn't get past the first two weeks after his announcement you know he came down the escalator at people thought this guy he's not even seriously goes on to win so you're right jealousy is a tell us his age it is very very jealousy and envy folks are two of the most destructive human emotions jealousy in fact I would say jealousy is one of the two emotions that will make people behave in ways they otherwise wouldn't love is the other one or what is what is called long very people do some of the stupidest stuff when they think their love they would not do it when they're saying happens to everybody thank jealousy is the same thing may be lost is the word maybe it's not love because a lot of people that love is a pure thing so maybe lost but I'm jealousy is definitely in this category and envy the same way and I'll tell you what if if you have like lately you you're dying to succeed because you want to show a bunch of people in your life and never thought you're going to mountain hill begins fine but that better not be your only motivation or you're gonna never gonna be happy because they're never going to acknowledge you're never going to know so it showing people up should never be the lead the primary motivation just like jealousy and envy Dave never going to be happy when you're experiencing either of those gotta take a break we'll be back once somebody.
"first two thousand" Discussed on KQED Radio
"July thirty first two thousand nineteen including any directions provided to staff participating in those meetings and any readouts from those meetings he the decision announced on or about September eleventh two thousand nineteen to release appropriated for assistance military assistance or security assistance to Ukraine including but not limited to any notes memoranda documentation or correspondence related to the decision have all draft in final versions of talking points related to the withholding or release of foreign assistance military assistance more security assistance to Ukraine including communications with the department of defense related to concerns about the accuracy of the talking points and G. all meetings in calls between president trump and the president of Ukraine including documents communications and other records related to the scheduling of preparation for and follow up from the president April twenty first and July twenty fifth two thousand nineteen telephone calls as well as the president's September twenty fifth two thousand nineteen meeting with the president of Ukraine in New York and to the sergeant at arms is authorized to utilize the services of the deputy sergeant at arms or any other employee of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued by this section they should just for the Majority Leader is recognized for scheduling note as the parties are ready to debate this amendment I suggest we go ahead as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and vote before we take a thirty minute recess for dinner and I would run everyone the I'll be moving to table the amendment and it's also important to remember that both the evidence and witnesses our address and the underlying resolution thank you the amendment is arguable by the parties for John Roberts we divided Mr manager Schiff are you a proponent or opponent of the motion proponents Mr simple owning are you a proponent or opponent then Mr Schiff your side or will proceed first and you will be able to reserve time for rebuttal thank you before.
"first two thousand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"First two thousand sixteen C. N. N.'s new day so this was this was yeah this is about the time that that that that mama normalized relations with your work this is on CNN's new day this is their morning show Alison Cammarata it is a free does the call host is not doing the prime time show at this point he got promoted promoted after this so I wasn't Cammarata's afraid no we can't help but notice your culturally appropriate garb that you're what he was wearing a Cuban shirt that day in honor of Obama's deal tell us the history of your shirt will you so that we can all share and benefit from now when I go I this shirt belong to my father it was given to him by Fidel Castro it marked conversations going on decades ago that were the same as those today the concern was the freedom of the people what is the point of this communist regime if it is not to truly make everyone equal not at the lowest level not by demoralizing everyone but lifting everyone up my father generations of politicians have been fighting this so I wear this shirt as a reminder of that what what what what is the name of Sam hill do you do with this what is the point of this communist regime if it's not to truly make everybody equal not at the lowest level not by demoralizing everybody but by lifting everyone up can somebody please show me a communist regime that has ever done this you can not communism by definition does not where everybody up communism in forces poverty and misery spread the equally and that's the only way that a quality existing communism is the misery and poverty are spread equally and communism doesn't lift everybody up other than the leaders of the country on the movement who are lifted up by offering from the entire country and everybody who lives in it people who live under communist regimes are slaves to one extent or another they don't have any individuality they have very little freedom all they have is hope this and then he says here the end my father generations of politicians have been fighting this fighting what communism you won't mind whether you're damned aligned with it when you online with liberalism you align with communism liberalism is not the enemy of communism I think what he means is that people like his dad were trying to get Castro to do communism right who if they I swear we have a generation or more who do not know what communism is and it's evidenced by the polling data we have on the line thirty percent of them say they love socialism seventy percent say they are intrigued by communism because they don't know what it is they've been lied to about it for their entire lives online shopping online shopping soul convenient this time of year particularly when it gets crowded in the malls retail centers now there's there's a there's a heads up to pay attention to an online shopping it's a new form of identity theft is called easy skimming have you heard of it E. scamming is the act of cyber thieves planning software on some online shopping sites that enable the bad guys to see credit cards and account information while you're shopping and buying he get me dash skimming is the term you don't see it happening there's nothing you can do about it and you don't even know when it's happening all you can do is protect your own online identity with the best former protection areas and that my friends is from the left the left the lot LifeLock life like sophisticated programs are monitoring billions of completed transactions every day they're looking for patterns of illegal activity on your and every other members accounts and when they see the evidence of strange abnormal activity they are in touch with you immediately asking if you are the reason for the deviation from the norm I mean long before a bank would be in touch with you long before your credit card company would let you know something is wrong LifeLock is on the case this is how you get protected this is how you find out that you have been targeted.
"first two thousand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Report October first two thousand seventeen twenty two thousand people were attending the final night of the route ninety one harvest festival country music concert in Las Vegas. Jason Aldean was onstage. some thought it was fireworks some thought it was the massive speakers popping with the realization soon but it was gone from fifty eight people were killed hundreds more injured as a sixty four year old gunman rain bullets from automatic weapons down on the crown of concert goers two years later the pain still remains for those who lost loved ones for me no anniversary is more terrible than the one that marks the death of my son Joe Robbins son Clinton was killed that night how is it that anyone should Paris in such circumstances AT unemotional sunrise service Nevada governor Steve says select fights back tears as he tries to comfort those in attendance for every memory that comes flooding back that breaks our heart all over again I encourage you in a procedure to think of the good all through the darkest came out and immense light the immediate flooding to hospitals of people to give blood the donations to four family members of victims gather to claim their loved ones or await word of whether their loved one survived or not the entire city was in support even in the moment of blinding terror. the good nature of thousands overshadowed the evil of one monster also returning to Las Vegas Greg's anise the Chicago carpenter who after the shooting constructed fifty eight crosses and line them up in the welcome sign as you enter the Las Vegas Strip he brought fifty eight new cross.
"first two thousand" Discussed on WJR 760
"January first two thousand nine in January eighteenth two thousand thirteen with the lab close so your ferret pleaded guilty to stealing drugs from eleven twenty fourteen she was sentenced to eighteen months behind bars I'm Joe Ramsey for W. J. R. news I am Marie Osborne. Hey y'all Jeff Foxworthy here now if you ever found yourself repeating the same thing over and over for seventy five years you might be Smokey bear only you can prevent wildfires that's why I'm filling in for Smokey to switch things up because there's a lot more to say and I should know because my grandfather was a fire fight and one of the things he taught me is that the people that love the outdoors the most are often the ones accidentally starting wildfires which means always B. Y. O. B. no bring your own book you to the campfire. and be extra careful with things like burning yard trimmings don't just walk away our chances are you might be starting a wildfire so for the love of the outdoors go to Smokey bear dot com to learn more about wildfire prevention brought to you by the US Forest Service your state forester and the ad council crime stoppers need your help this is dandy bar Dino of crime stoppers of Michigan inviting you to join us as we continue our efforts in crime prevention and assisting crime victims their families in over two hundred law enforcement agencies please visit our website one eight hundred speak UP dot org and join our new five dollars a month speak up club for a small amount each month we can continue to make southeast Michigan a safe and healthy region from all of those who seek our help thank you for your support..
"first two thousand" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Culture cuisine entertain gene Richards Sunday morning at nine o'clock on seven twenty WGN feel like going on a cruise I you're gonna have to wait a little while but your wish is my command we are going to Bermuda bright gas right August first two two thousand twenty right we're going to Bermuda and we are taking the bass cruise line that exists as oceanica is great because we want to do it right and we want a luxury cruise line at a great price and that was what we look for and that's what we got right so we're going to go to Bermuda we've going to two islands were going to Saint George we're going to have all ten but most importantly we've got seven nights on the ship called insignia which is completely re done reimagine reinvented it's good it's I guess it's been re done from head to toe into the a beautiful beautiful ship and that's why we chose that ship yeah so great food that's why I chose you you're all about the food I'm kind of about the fitness center and none of IT and I know you're excited about the casino but I'm also really excited to do some of the shore excursions on it's a really nice to relax by the pool in the sun and the sponsors what I'm gonna do I'm gonna be in a bathing suit well that's right I have a shirt on I don't want I don't want you know to do to make people jump overboard take off your shirt and I'm gonna have a Pina colada do you like but the pineapple thing on that sounds cast and it's already going to deliver it share why you're sitting on your chance on not getting up dammit have suntan lotion get up while you're in the Raytheon St lotion on I'm at my ray bans on okay this is a vision writer and I'm gonna be soaking in the sun and I'm hoping that there's like twenty or thirty of our listeners soaking up the sun with us too right right and just talking about fun stuff in their lives in either kids and all kinds of I yeah I really want to get to know our listeners right well that was the impetus for this cruise so we hope that you'll join us there is still room available but the cabins are going fast we have a limited number of cabins and a very special price so our price started just eleven ninety nine at seven nights and only eleven ninety really includes almost everything it includes seven nights on the cruise ship and of course that's all inclusive of food and and then.
"first two thousand" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"Today is August first two thousand nine thousand nine hundred thirty eight days to kick off. We got that Hall of Fame Game. Yes we're watching it right now. The the Falcons are losing. I think wait for the score to pop up Yep then for seven Atlanta's zero second quarter twelve minutes eleven seconds left suck at Atlanta half. Well you know some people say the preseason games. Don't matter that's wrong. We did a correlation a few years ago in twenty and thirteen because that's as current as it was updated and at that time there was a point four seven four or five four five correlation was really you could tell the buccaneers here's season pretty well about how they did in the preseason and then we updated and it's a point five one relation coefficient so pretty high one spreadsheet finalized. I might Palestinian do so we don't speaking of which we have the Vita video or still working on it after technical ditch issues were still working out at the video all chopped up and everything we're just trying. GotTa get some shut out around so he's been in an cranky mood well. If I was just doing the video that'd be fine but we're GONNA do Webcam with it and backdrops yeah. It's a lot of work some other stuff well. I'm trying to get it set up so we can do it. Efficiently rows life motto is speed and efficiency since the Allen things are not speedy or efficient. He gets very aggravated with it I like to I will spend five hours on something to get it to take a minute off off a day. If I can get it to automate or work better listen. Here's a slide bell where you don't actually have to do do any like loops or anything you just slide it and clicks so he can save those three seconds and then also. Weren't you trying to learn entire shoe one thing that's really take seriously. I'm not going to live that like your rubbed off on me a little bit so I love my spreadsheets and sometimes you can do spreadsheet with just a simple adding subtracting whatever you can do it yourself with your own brain but I'll set up a really complicated how flick I'll spend three hours on a formula to get to do it especially. If I'M GONNA use it more than once. Oh it makes a huge difference well. There's the whole they've found if you get in the habit science. They found that you're more likely to do something you don't want to do if you make it easy they've for instance one of the examples <hes> one of the books I read the author the book and his wife wanted to eat outside on their patio but they never ended up doing it. They couldn't figure out why so they ended up moving the table. There was like three steps down off the patio and then they had the table down there on a little concrete thing they moved the table up onto the patio and they started eating out every night because then it's just it was just a matter of walking an extra twenty feet down three steps. You take data away loses easier going to work out. If you WANNA work out go to the gym. Have all your gym stuff ready. You know don't make that a stumbling block in your way to work out because these little things will just make you go off screw it. I'll do it later so I tried to get all that crap out of the way that's so that's why the video is because Ralph has been spending hours hours and hours and hours trying to get this set up so that we can do these videos much more efficient in the future. I have a video game controller setup so I can do all the rewinding fast forwarding pausing click this setup and them out and maybe hit some buttons on the keyboard annoying in fact tech followups follow up. Jimmy Garoppolo got hurt in game three in two thousand eighteen against the chiefs on September twenty third last year. He played in week one against Minnesota Week two against Detroit Klein Alexander got hurt October twenty first two thousand eighteen against Cleveland Week seven neither one of them Um have played in almost in almost a year and they're going to go against us in week. One with no preseason not work preseason. What what are these coaches thinking that is really die? I'm happy we really need that first. Weekly I think Santana we cannot lose and have quite Alexander Xavier. What barriers we choose the big one though we too we cannot go to Carolina and lose to the panthers and Joe McCoy play well almost six minutes and six minutes of looking at the clock those talk mic? Did you see Cam Newton's hair on N._F._l.. Network it was it was there were talking while the hall of fame game was going on they were interviewing N._B._A.. Cam Newton turned around. I thought it was a pineapple. I thought they were talking to a Bible. What is up with that freak man he? Is there something wrong with I. If I was a Carolina Panther fan besides being embarrassed just being a Carolina Panther Fan I would be embarrassed to have Cam Newton the quarterback they love him that Carolina Panthers Twitter Account they did a poll before all or nothing and they said do you think this season of all or nothing will make you like Cam Newton more or less and it was like ninety six percent said more Carolina Panther Fan Yeah I honestly they've I've got issues because their Carolina Panthers fans to begin with but they liked Cam Newton because he wins except last year Ingram all the super bowl. He didn't even try for that fumble. He fumbled the ball and then just looked at it. He's like R._G.. Three and then Seattle seahawks I don't remember the Super Bowl and all it really was not that exciting waves fun watching the panthers get stalled in the hospital. No that was Seattle and New England okay so then was the Carolina Panthers on the next one in the before twenty fifteen one after I want to say or before flare after can't remember followup I talked about Rick Stroud copy me with the AMOEBA defense. I'd said this defense we're going to field is going to be more like a Amoeba defense now crown he got yes okay I had said I'm not aware of anybody else. Using that phrase I mean I'm sure somebody has at some point is definitely not a common term. Well I'm looking up. It is a term for basketball defenses fences and they call him a B._B.. Defenses basketball. I never watched basketball so it didn't get it from there however the first reference I could find it in the N._F._l.. Was it's two thousand and nine some New York giants fans were talking about it for third defense. They were basically saying we don't know what kind of defenses is it looks like a Blob <unk> out there and somebody's trying more like an Amoeba later in two thousand and twelve and it was used in reference to the seahawks defense a bit and then the Patriots Defense was referred to as an Aviva defense defense last year in previous year and the Ravens Defense was referred to as an O._B.. But defense last year so I must have picked it up now Haas Moseley yeah so I get rickshaw. Branko Mallon was a copy me. He didn't steal my bit. Maybe it's like picking up popularity to hopefully it'll pick up a lot of popularity with us. Using it <music> this year follow up the guy we were talking about. One of the guys I had mentioned Dany Lands Zana Teeth Candy and Landry were three players just off the tip on my tongue that really stood out to me as being playmakers really stood out on film. She's like every time they were on the field. They made good shit happen but we couldn't remember the name of Landry during his first name. I think I said Scott is named Derek Landry close very close class well. I used to know a guy named Scott there so that's not actually landry dirt Scott Scott their their latest guy yes okay but he was really good. I really liked him. He was with us <hes> during the she honor only played a couple of games but usually every time he was anything. Get on the field. Every time he was on the field he was has caused turnovers and pressures and making quarterback though interceptions it was just really strange. Daily Zane of is like that too he just he just popped hold tape Keith Tandy any was like that man he hits which is declared guys yeah he was GonNa on special teams going on special teams while we got rid of a model and while other teams don't pick him up Atlanta and he played with somebody after us for awhile might have been the giants I was thinking the giants follow up follow up on a follower but he just they just don't seem to stick and I don't know I mean it's got to be culture of the N._F._l.. You know there's something there because all industries have their own culture and if you're not nick deep in that culture you're not going to survive yeah. Every industry has got its own terminology Reggie. They got their own way of doing things and if you're not well versed in that way you're not gonNA survive and I think that's probably what happens to guys like that. They might be good on the field the they're not good at other aspects that we're not clued in on yeah like they might not be political or they don't have good with the coaches. Get agents agents. They may not speak well yeah. I don't know if I ever heard anyone speak. Never I don't even know what they look like a good point. I need to come love with a list of players that really have stood out to me that have disappeared Derek Landry. He played. I want to say with Chicago. He bounced around on the League for a while before landed with us and he only played in a couple of games or a few snaps and then he was gone but then he was philly. I think he came from Philly new. I'm not gonNA affect. Check a follow up so we're GONNA look at right now. He played from two thousand seven to two thousand thirteen. He played with Jacksonville from two thousand seven. The two thousand and nine played with Carolina in two thousand ten Philadelphia. You're right from two thousand eleven to two thousand twelve and in Tampa for two thousand thirteen he played nine games only started needed one for us. Let's see how many snaps he had hundred twenty three hundred twenty three snaps in nine games and out of those hundred twenty three snaps naps and what I do with my spreadsheets and when I analyze films is I will win. A player makes a play. You know whether it'd be tackle a forced fumble band ball down recovering a fumble eighty eighty play. That's above average positive I will mark it down and and I will compare it to how many snaps they play in how many plays they make and then you get a percentage On the field and Eric later he lets he say one hundred twenty three snapped he probably had fifteen plays which that's that's ten percent. That's huge. Normally guys are around born three percent ten percents off charts and I'm just making those numbers up i. I don't have it right in front of me but I don't know. I don't know why I keep Tandy. I don't know why he just couldn't stick with teams and I never understood why he never got to start with us. Yeah everybody loved him. When he was on the field he was making plays? Everybody's like Tackler town fair good tackler good defender a good a good and coverage Dylan. Oh yeah very good tackler. We've got to get some of them. This year. Speaking of tackling I was listening to the IRA calcium podcast is today and we have talked before about how they're colored it and have them tackling in practice amazed at how that wasn't talked about at all one of the Lovey Smith in tackle either you said that to me and I'm like how in the world have we not known for what six years now in practice at ridiculous no deep into suck. I now tackling has been a huge issue for US lately ever since she on Oh yeah John was a last Esta list team defense that I can remember to tackle well yeah they said that Dirk Cutter had learned from Jack Del Rio School of thought where you just just get the players through preseason with no injuries and then they take it from there so that's why they didn't have them tackling philosophy you. You don't see injuries nowadays due to tackling that much anymore. Normally they're non contact injuries yeah like Orion Stuart with his A._C._l.. Or Quanta Alexander I mean you don't get these hard hits and all that anymore so the tackling getting hurt tackling just doesn't seem to be frequent as it used to be so I'm not a big fan of that and plus. You know the only way you get good at tackling his tackling. That's not something you can crack this but in practice they're going full all four psychic attack all without trying to kill your teammates. I Remember Xiang had the guys tackling that alligator role tackling and yeah that was great. I mean we were tackling everybody. Yeah led the League N._T._F._S. at year by a huge margin yeah huge margin. We had the twelfth best run run defense in the history of the N._F._l.. That was two thousand twelve or two thousand thirteen twelve. No so we're sitting here watching the Atlanta game. We're trying to see how their the second third stringer doing not to impress with anybody. So far didn't get a chance we missed the first series which that's when the first stringers play but I don't even thank Matt Ryan and Julio Jones L. would sprout yeah but we wanted to look at their offense of lamb and they knew guard and you said the guard are they drafted so they had two first round picks. They got a tackle with the first first round pick and then a guard with the second guard was the first one cruise Lindstrom guard from Boston calm. I then they're tackle. Kayla mcgarry Washington apparently K. lob BOB is undergoing a cardiac ablation procedure that was yesterday aunt. It's supposedly minimally invasive and similar to previous procedures. He's had yeah a potential recovery..
"first two thousand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What more right I don't mind that she's like like this person it's just or maybe I'm because of these things are amazing when she can go back to Mars or whatever the hell shall come mine she says she is not from earth so is so good so anyway I've I've got the I've got one more I think out here yes I hear it is are you ready right now the all right the last one we with Marianne Williamson April twenty first two thousand your mind you let's see the friends sorry just it was tell me that's not a bad campaign just waiting to happen specter she is a gift I only apologize having done this sooner really and truly my gosh there's nothing wrong with a lot of stuff nothing wrong with it at all just can't win presidency can't run a nation that way can't love your neighbors into not killing you not attacking you not harming you not stealing from you can't be done it can't be done when we talk about completely different cultures but she was there and she she her body was there I don't know our spirit was I'm not sure I I I I I I I didn't have I wasn't you know flying my pilot mind at the moment so I'm not really sure where where where she was or or how that that that happens hi I'm gonna take a break I got take.
"first two thousand" Discussed on KTOK
"Radio one. Two thousand eighteen okay whether studio cool by hill, and company, your train comfort specialist. It's hard to top a train sunny today with high of eighty two and mild tonight, a low of sixty five it's going to be sunny on Thursday, with a high of eighty nine sunny on Friday with a high about ninety and then for the weekend, we have a forty percent chance of storms on both Saturday and Sunday with highs in the mid to upper eighties. More local news in thirty minutes. I'm Beth Myers. KT. Okay. Newsradio one thousand eight t okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low not. Learn more at universalmensclinic dot com. This report is sponsored by zips car wash dot com from the shooting. Sports traffic center, Oklahoma's headquarters, we're gonna Gary, most of their earlier, accident's cleared roadwork tonight, north and southbound I two thirty thirty-five, we'll be down to one lane at I at I forty four that's Broadway. Ny, forty four one lane only semi tonight's six in the morning for barrier wall placement. Rogaine, total traffic is rigged easier. Listen, no matter how often you wash your car zips carwash says a deal for you checkout, zits car wash dot com and save up to seventy percent on a single wash or you can get unlimited monthly wash memberships for one low price. I feel good, I would zips that cheap oil change could cost you money down the road in bad fuel mileage four performance even engine breakdowns. Get peace of mind when you add BG MOHA every oil, change, g will guarantee your engine for life g performance oil change services, help engines run cleaner, perform.
"first two thousand" Discussed on DV Radio
"Net, w DVR it is June. The first two thousand nineteen voter where we got DD six Google recoil, and owing house there by doing this season. He got it on mute there six. Fantastic. Whenever he finds that he'll end migos. He by too. I guess I'll try to meet him. I was gonna say I I can't because he, he needed himself. I think I heard walkaway go there. He is. He's back can hear me now. We can she told me this way. So what's going on? Do you now you always talk about we should record the reshow earned? You know, I'll tell you there was one for the bucks. One for the books people. I'm like, petard a Bill that I need to pay. So I'm not worried about it. Here. It's up stapled to anything. I say here for the last twenty minutes, right? No gel. At least the bullet topics that I got, you know, topic, docking Boints. And then one talking point, I expanded on on a whole piece Baber handwritten notes, and with names and dates and everything else. And then the crippled hand went for the Cup of coffee didn't properly Qripoli rip it and Qripoli spilled it all over my fucking ipad. No thumb drives coffee ashes. Luckily, the dog had just moved down below tow notes, but I did it's view, re written down, Gregory. So this is DV radio. The night of cripples. Flynn cripples attack. Oh, why are week? It's good. I don't think I was home last Saturday. I was on the I did I even make it into the show last week. No, no. I was on for a minute. Yeah. I douse the night before the event, I was still awaited, then I said. No, I wasn't there. Okay. While I'm back people back at the farm office that was the night when you couldn't find your shorts that you wear Phil. I was there. Thank you, Google. Dammit gu. I was just starting to that, right. And then you put it on there, because as I said that tax, I went pucker watched this go on Facebook or knows you'll probably fucking doc about it on the air. So I went and booted up the ipad and downloaded the app and see how easy that is even this cripple guy can do it will right when it hit it turned on. I could hear Google just got it acts from six twenty six. You can't say that Google's not ever there for you. She just back you up on barracks, FOX and. Filed that away. But anyway today, I mean I still like minor bone to pack by cheese. Just the land all I mean, you gotta respect your elderly people. You can't be you have to when you do these events, you have to taking incineration, you know, the, the difficulty and so, so we have this thing we've been doing for the last couple of years here. The farm and we've been incorporating the dot the dogs both dogs on these. They have a whole bunch of hiking trails up these mountains all of her lowered southern Hampshire and we've been hitting them and I haven't relate been going, Google has been taken the guys that are in charge drain the dogs, I join them, the trail I was told was was easy and yeah. Yeah. Always not easy at the beginning. Our up the mountain balm out my ass. We, we made it up. The dogs made it a bird went along to the part. She got her exercise in him. Google Google hung in there. Bet you're not in the horse, I was in the rear with the with the gear, and even though I wasn't carrying any gear, but I was in the rare pulling it up and mobile was leading the way. And then we let one of the residence, take point next thing you know, how many fucker we going, he's got a ton owes fall on the Trump that at what your molest truck driver now and anybody else here we were all army, but it was only one eleven Bravo's took the crippled guy took point. Here we go. So. I'm all about. You made it to the top and back to the bottom y'all. We, we have multiple rally points and, or L wait. No RPI on top of the summit. And then we back down, but a good day for the butts and all that. So what else is going on before I let you guys talk like get your shit out of your system and tell me when. Your time. This is your time. All right. Everybody locked we'll for first and foremost. This last past weekend. I was out of state down in northern Virginia. No Virginia, I was at Jimmy's old town tavern? Now, you have this annual event for Memorial Day where they do a bike ride go pay respects to the fall, and they're part of that role in funder and though, years rolling thunder. Remember was supposed to be the last and it doesn't sound like that's gonna happen. Trump said that President Trump said that do you guys want to make this interview this tradition? They were all, like, yes. And he says, we're gonna find a way to make up to. That's a positive. I want to thank Jimmy's old town tavern, but especially the reckoning. Reckoning motorcycle club, the Potomac chapter of northern Virginia. Especially meal by shot out a mule, and scavenger of the Potomac chapter reckoning motorcycle club for having Jimmy sponsor, the DV farm at their day-long event. It's their twenty second annual bike and bash run. There were concerts. There was a concerts that started at noon outside that ran until two three in the morning. And then there was a band inside to play him, though, to advance outsi- Bandon side at his tavern playing until late into the night. They had vendors food. Kinds of great people. I cannot thank them enough. The staff were great the motorcycle club where awesome was there all day. I didn't make it into the wee hours. No. A made it so six at night. So but they raise two grand. I've been told in they're going to be, you know, Sunday that soon. They actually with all the donations and. Bending sales the proceeds that came off for the farm, it came to just shy to grant. So the owner ponied up and made it uneven to grants. I cannot thank them out for sponsoring Devi farm to share. It was an awesome time down there. So. I do did did. I know. That was good. All right. I'm going to be doing a live video on the pages, especially the farm to properly thanked him. I'll rewrite all this shit and won't use any profanity. Alright like that, and I'll be fully rested. I don't know if you guys know this, but this past on the twenty second, it's something that you all have been asking for. And even some of them odds, I know recalls been bother me about it, and just we need a closed group. We don't have enough to do. We should start a close group. So. Well, let me tell you. We started the DV close grow the page is not one of the things I heard on the pages. Are they keep asking? Is this gonna go away? No, it's not. It's almost two million dollars. Even with all the Facebook does the lock us now with our reach. But it's just because of this with the, the way Facebook's going. A little birdie told me I think I've talked about this last week. I'll expand again but the groups have a little bit more leeway. And so I've chosen to to go that way, and it's a closed group we just crack five hundred five thousand members today with that being said, we can no longer change the group to a secret or to an open group, which I never intended to. But that is now locked out. We're going to remain closed group, you have to apply to get in, and it's just for active duty former military of any branch any error. Any MOS and foreign allies are welcome. Holy crap. Do we have a lot of followers in Canada? A lot in the Australian a lot in the Netherlands, the Danes, the polacks, Germans, South Africa, the idea, it's an checks, you know, lots all lock ins or whatever. Every time I say that I think of Bill Murray. It's a piece of cake. We go in. We check us Lamont. Yeah. Mm on? I guess I'm not funny. Boy, I need a laugh track just to keep me going far. Doing bills. Vol is probably doing internet stuff. Yes, the close group. Look, seriously, Dow and wrinkle you gonna you can bounce off me with this to improve your to signs him. But I don't know what, what it is. But maybe there's this impression we've had this, I've seen this in the past, when we first started bringing on a whole bunch of other people that run different things even. I'm not going to mention any names. Well, what I think DV stands for. And what somebody's mother burgers thinking, sands words are there on two different wavelengths first and foremost, whether you call yourself a db and not. We have veteran 's, and I truly believe we should be held to a higher standard. Now, we'll hold you to a higher standard. Hold myself liar. Standard. Okay. I've been harping on this mantra that mantra that, you know there's a difference between being a dick versus being an asshole. You know, don't be a dick on the fucking group in the group are on the page assholes there. Okay. There's a big big difference. And if you don't know that difference, and you're a dick. I. There's a difference between shooting somebody straightened, just blatantly fucking trying to cause issues. Yeah. Exactly. While I'm already added in the last twenty four hours. So the way to group works is, you know, you approve people, I have two standard questions, a lot of people are I'm gone over a thousand fourteen hundred people in the in the box waiting. The, the join, unfortunately, failure to follow simple bucking instructions. I, I some of these people is beyond maze. -ment your two questions. You have to answer both what is right the day change. Sometimes right now for the last five days, the bottom questions always been the same active duty former military, if yes, what branch and country, did you serve it? Although they'll answer the branch but the leave insult one blank. So after about five days, they finally answer it. And then a get in, you know, but until then no, I'm amazed at even though I've been very, I've articulated it as clearly as I can that it is strictly for the military, people know, spouses know friends, whatever that they I have one, put under military service. I I'm so fast with that approved I've, I'm trying to slow down, but I see Iraq. Combat that Iraq Afghanistan.
"first two thousand" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I've done every Memorial Day for the last thirteen years, which is taught to the men and women of the Semper fi fund and the the marines. The soldiers sailors, Corman have been helped out, either by the Semper fi fund or by America's fund. I'm joined now by gunnery sergeant nNcholas beverage as wife, Leslie, the husband and wife t-. I always loved that, when that happens gunnery sergeant beverages, welcome. It's great to have you. Where do we find you this morning? I'm currently in Barstow California. I know Marcel. Well, so would you tell the audience when and how you were injured I injured July first two thousand four we hit it. And I think mine, which both my leg broke my back and forth. Spot fracture my ribcage fracture. My spot had all the signs of a half dollar my mom. And then the obvious the head trauma. No. Honey? It's been a long time since the war began that means it's been a long time since your injuries were inflicted. How goes your recovery it's been up and down. It's been Earls derived. I was unfortunate to keep my, my right foot on two thousand eight I was an elective. And I chose to get my right foot cut off in the Marine Corps. Gra toll to eliminate the problem. And my was probably out. So Leslie, first of all, thank you for everything. You do military spouses or just amazing. What perspective covering what role did Semper fi fund haven't? They it a lot easier. That's for sure. But it was hard. We were coming back in. You know we were the first wave hit any medical center. So nobody knew what was going on. Nobody knew what to do with excellent. You know, the big hiccup. The Marine Corps took away pay because they were tracking him said deal to pay us fun with right, there, really that, that financial burden because I put my job, I had no choice. So I know you live what eating I had in San Diego's expensive. And that went very quickly. So it was to me being my car. By sign just alleviated so much of that bird is, and made my focus on where we, you know, where was gonna sleep. Stay away by my husband's bedside lovely. That's amazing. So you were you blew through everything? You're reduced to sleep in your current Semper? Fi is not gonna put up with that, right? Not at all they were right there. And from that point on made sure that we never went without made sure that, you know, all of our needs were met. They knew that financially. This was this was this big hit, and there's a big misconception that people think that the military, you know, the pay continues, there's a lot of things that take place, you know. Because he was wounded. He didn't have any of his gear. We'll guess what? They took it out of our pay. Yeah. Down the road. We did get reimbursed for that because it was, you know, with hit, however, during my new went without bureaucracy bureaucracy just rolls on with the rules in place. So they learn them, gunny you're no novice, Marine Corps of your gunnery starting, you've been there, a long time had you ever heard of the Semper fi fund before you got wounded now, even even with every year, we do you know, we do that maybe Michael society would do that to charity or even donate forms wants anything about seven five on so, and so just briefly, would you describe how you find your caseworker and whether or not you've had the same one or you had a couple in the course of your country. My, my wife was primarily the one that did that time know I was the medications. They gave me my Brandon really worked. So I mean I barely that opened my eyes, Leslie. I'm sorry. That happened was the five find actually tearing down here, founder, five months. Team down to the Naval Medical center, sandiego gets it. Facilitate and see what needs to be met by this first wave of marines. That were hitting California. So we came across her. You're one of the geez. You're one of the original guard of the Semper fi fund, and so the last word do what, what do you want the audience to know about how the Semper fi fund operates, they're very family oriented. They're great group of people hearted in it. They care, you're getting there is no judgment. We're all family. It's all one family, one fight and continue the fight. We're all taking care of you. No matter whether you're active duty, or reserve or you're retired world to gunnery sergeant nNcholas beverage and and Leslie, thank you so much for showing your story. It's very inspiring, one, press, on I'm now talking to Jeremy VH the United States navy. Retired machinist mate nuclear side. And it just goes to this, this story tells us sometimes you get hit. Not by the enemy, but by your own body, what happened? Welcome. Jeremy, it's good to have you on the program. Hey, thanks. Thanks for having me, where are you today, today, actually in Saint Louis Missouri where we're getting we're just moving into a house and we got the moving guys here bringing that in right now traffic. Well tell me about what happened to you. Okay. So I was I was on submarine, Oklahoma City, stationed out, Guam. And we were underway started having a lot of back pain and everything ended up getting checked out and got diagnosed with leukemia. So that kind of change my world. You know, I was expecting to go to upstate New York for another command. But I got sidetracked to, to San Diego, California to get treatment for the cancer. How did Semper fi fund end up in your life? What are they been doing for you? So originally win. I got a medevac out of Guam to come straight to San Diego. When I did that change. It command. Yeah. That was that was a messy situation. You know, 'cause obviously that wasn't the plan. So we had a little bit of gap and pay for a while, and Semper fi, find a wounded warriors case manager pointed us towards Kathy churchwell of Semper fi fund, and yeah, they were able to get a grant and. It definitely smoothed out the transition. How is your leukemia now? Well, we got her mission, and I got a stem cell transplant about a year and a half ago. Bravo. Cutting. As you look for the audience. Always like the here how you looking forward optimism? You got a plan. What's what's the plan for the? The family. Well, we bought a house, you know, I just got a new job. So I think we're looking good. You know, we're going to beat this cancer Semper fi fund guy, me in motion support dog, which is something, you know, call, they wouldn't normally think about what organization like this. When I was doing the chemo and stuff. And I couldn't go to gyms because I had reduced immunity immune system Semper fi now also got me some workout equipment to help me stay in shape to the best I can. And how about your wife Natalie? They've been there for her as well. Absolutely they and they sent her to Seattle Washington, for little caregiver retreat, and, and then also in San Diego, they had a, you know, a caregiver day, and, and that's great for her too, because a lot of people don't think, you know, I'm fighting cancer. Sure. But, you know, she's taking care of the kids. He's taking care of. You know, she's amazing and Semper fi on really, you know, they take care of the whole family. And that's the thing that I just saw the note there, Leslie, so congratulations to you on your new home into her on a new. It's never very easy to move. And even when you're excited there's a lot of work involved in that. So have a great Memorial Day weekend unpacking. I'm sure that's what's going to be doing all the Moyle do we. Thank you so much, Jeremy VH. Don't go anywhere, America. One more segment coming up, and let me remind you of everything you need to know about the fund. You go to triple W that Semper fi fund dot org. Remember, they.
"first two thousand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"first two thousand" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"first two thousand" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Ends March thirty first two thousand lights eight of twelve three run. They jumped up forty eight Arezzo eleven thirty six to play the second half Wilkie voice for the most part Johnson. I get here at two thousand four Ricardo Patton is the head coach fifteen years later. You don't look like you've Asia. Look like, I'm still grandpa. I saw it though on the inside. That's eight. The era weekend reunion a lotta guys came back. I was public could be their lifestyle for us to bed. But I know Scott was very steady. Guys. Got a great song. Congratulations. Thank you very much. It's an also concept to bring these guys back and reconnect the former players with the new players. I think it's a it's a great opportunity for the universe. Reconnect with former player who told the biggest lie lifespan, probably Deb and Gilchrist or DJ Harris one of one of those between those two. One thing I took away from last night coaches, you could still command a room. Zuber Cardo here from ninety six or seven. Now, he's been working with the coach Dilip sounded to you get more just above. Here's Arizona tech sport for swift top of accused shooter to handle Tacoma bust. Looser one. Handed down the right side shot clock up top to jeeter games that upset the Arkansas hands it off to Smith data six patsies. Delo jeeter working against Alabama space to the baseline tell the one strip away up grabs with buckshot with right hand. Went the saddleback. Backboard shock flyaways. Tarazona? Coach. No question about it. Great job. They've really been consistent in scoring offense. The being and get some defensive stop for. How's your family? Censors go to grow men. Well, the mode is Ricardo is thirty one. Love New York lives in New York and came prime away. Michael is thirty and he lives in Atlanta. Oh, my thirty one. And they don't look that age either..
"first two thousand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A great job they prepare it so hard for this game. And it's one out there and played sixty minutes and. You know, we we played the running game. We tackled we covered receivers we hit the quarterback. And that they just play great ice can't say enough about the effort. The game has been made safer and in doing so offensive offense has had such a look at the pie spring year in the history of the game this year you play at the highest scoring teams you face the last fourteen days you hold them to three points. I just said the Mona Lisa the Rembrandt the Sistine Chapel. Like, this has got to be for a defensive coach, the malt the highest moment in the highest Everest. I can't think of anything else to describe it. The odds are against it is a great performance our football team. We do we had to do. And we scored enough points. We played good enough defense. We control field position in the kicking game. Steve made a big kick everybody contributed. It's one of those. We got one of these teams that they find a way to win and they played their best in the biggest games and a shirt certainly did that tonight. Coast the first half the game was tight, and we knew just from history. You guys were going to go and make some halftime adjustments talk to us about the halftime adjustments in how you were going to open up that running game in the second half. Well, it was tough. I mean, certainly they played well defensively. And finally, we got to go on in the fourth quarter. When we went to the two touchdowns and went to empty, and we're able to get some match there it rob down seen Jillian on a couple matchups against the linebackers. And and got the touchdown. That was big force. Then on the last drive. We had a couple of those power runs. You know, double team kick out brought up inside got the ball cross midfield and Steve made the kick. So it's just you know, I felt like we were moving the ball. But we just couldn't finish we get a penalty or get a negative play and get a couple first downs. And at a second twelve over thirteen and then they're good on defense convert does let's take show you had the ball. You're you got three points to mid fourth quarter. So what were the Rams doing that prevented the scoring? Yes, you've made a couple mistakes. What were they doing apprise? You. Well, they basically played zone on on first and second down play man on an on third down. And that didn't surprise us. Again. I'd say we have problems when we got it along yardage now they made a couple of stops on third and three thirty four the end of the half covered rob over the middle. And then we got stopped on fourth and one. So, but essentially, that's what the game was when we were picking up first downs. We just weren't able to string enough on the gather before they could make a play or get us into a longer yard situation patriot's history not the big picture yet. With these guys. But since you've started here. Troy brown. Whereas welcome. Juliette Lewis Now, Dan amendola third. Danny amendola. There are others in that for what it look the patterns of cheddar or different from two thousand one two thousand seven. Well, that was Randy. But you know, what I'm saying? Two. That's right. Now, we've always had great slot receivers that we've always had good backs. We had we had. Kevin Faulk we had green James White's for running backs machine. Third down and our slot receiver manager. Crunch time. Here was gentleman. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Again. Jillions a tough kid makes yards after the catch. And you know, he's just a great competitor. And then he competed hard today, you know, in those coverages he was able to find some space in there. Tom hit him. Third down conversions force as well. We got the match ups on gronkowski on touchdown drive, which really made a difference..
"first two thousand" Discussed on WLAC
"To coast AM from February first two thousand two. And now here is Pam Reynolds. Hi, Pam, you're in are you actually in Atlanta, Georgia? In Atlanta, while I can hear the Atlanta in you. Can't take the country out of the girl. He's got a a a little bit of a cold. You told me. Oh, sorry to hear that. We'll be okay. We'll get through it. Well, after what you've been through, really. It's a little thing. Yeah. When I I don't even know where to begin here. I guess it would be appropriate. Ask you how you discovered that? You had an I mean, how do you know that you have an aneurysm in your brain? I was very lucky. Most people don't go about their lives, and they just die. Yeah. It just explodes on an aneurysm. We should tell people who might not know is what is an aneurysm. Well, it's a ballooning vein or artery. Where the wall of the artery becomes very thin wall tire bubble out eventually explode. Of course, flooding the bite Oregon with blood and that certain death. Virtually die instantly almost I think Backley so somehow in your case, they discovered you have this. How? Excruciating headaches for about ten years and was first diagnosed with migraines syndrome, ten years ten years. My god. Finally, I began to lose the ability to speak and comprehend language, which indicates immediately something's wrong with the brain. Nice edition had an angiogram ordered. Behold in that on that very same day, we found it. And how did you how? Break that news to you. I mean, telling somebody they've got an aneurysm in their brain cannot be an easy chore for any doctor now, especially this one. This is Mike position that I grew up with not only was mine an aneurysm, but mine was a giant bachelor tip aneurysm. Which is in the artery the main artery in the burning. Oh, brother. So it would be a big bang. Oh, yeah. So so I mean, really they you sat down, no doubt. He did want an MRI or something. Well, back then. We're not the thing we add a cat scans scan. Okay. He did a cat scan. He got the results and he sat you down. And and how did he tell you this really he didn't sit me down? He ordered me back into the office. And when I returned to his office, it was virtually vacated but for him. And a couple of nurses. I'd also grown up with. He hugged me. I. We're talking or you've got a good doctor. Oh, I had a fabulous position. He's a wonderful, man. And and so anyway, he hugged you. He had me in in in a very broken town. You gotta know it's bad news. When your doctor hugs you first down. Oh, yeah. It wasn't good news. It was just instantaneous. And he told me that this was very serious. Of course. I had no idea what an aneurysm one in July of nineteen ninety one. August. Always at barrow institute having removed. Well, no the aneurysm. You said you had headaches terrible headaches a decade ten years. Right. So that must mean, I I've never heard of such as I mean, what do I know about aneurysms? But that's a awfully slow. It must have been just slowly getting bigger and bigger and bigger and and making your symptoms more severe, exactly. And we weren't sure that the aneurysm caused the pain until the aneurysm had been clipped in pain disappeared. Sure. It was still a good possibility that it was migraine pain. But I guess he. Well, what did he tell you or what I guess you? Then of course, went to specialist, and they began to tell you what did they say your chances were virtually zero zero. Did you get the better get your affairs in order speech? Exactly. I got in the car left a last specialists in my husband, and I got in the car when it may immediately to our attorney's office for the filing of my last will and testament online station bar three children. Who are of course. My eldest was twelve in my baby was seven eight. How did you face? How did you handle the news and the prospect that you were going to die? I think I was in a state of shock and thank God for shock. Because in my case it allowed me to there. Yeah. Easily go through the motions and getting things taken care of. And being a mother. I wasn't so concerned myself as I was for my children. How old were your children at the time with my baby was seven my oldest child had just turned twelve. Oh, my they were pretty small. And to tell them. Yes. Absolutely. Did did you sit them all down together and tell them. Yes. I did. Oh, brother, explain to them that I would be making your journey. Could not go this time. No matter what happened even though I couldn't physically be here. I would always be here with them emotionally. They couldn't see me. But I could see them. I believe that. I did too. I still still do still believe it. I still believe it at any rate. It must have been rough. I mean to lay that on your children. Did they handle it very, well, I wouldn't became geared clingy. My oldest son. And my middle daughter were convinced that I was like can't with nine lives. Really? Oh, yes. My middle daughter told me while mom if you die you'll be back, right? I think the truth be told I don't think they accepted it. How about your husband? My husband was devastated. Talking to him no dealing with him. He just walked around in circles and had no earthly idea. What to do? I it's unimaginable. The way my wife, and I are as as close as we are. It's unimaginable to lose her. So. Sort of notification that you're about that's just too much. So they did your personal doctor give you any. Well, listen, you've got we're gonna estimate you've got weeks or months or a year to live or what did he tell you? Risen already begun to rupture. We had bleeding in the brain, which is causing the loss of speech ability to comprehend language, and he told me cases sexy as fees. Right. Be lucky to see a mind. Lucky for a month? Attempt to go in and surgically clipped the aneurysm would be certain death. And his advice to me was to take what I had take your take your time. Exactly. And thank God for it. And well things happen as they happened. Obviously, you didn't stop there. Now, how did you get onto this Dr special in the barrow institute? I mean, you must have been in the middle of knowing it was it was over and yet still trying to reach out for anything. How'd you get onto this? Well, we just got real blessed at that point in time. My mother was a physician assistant for many years until she retired. And many of my dearest friends, are are physicians can happen all of my life. I heard this incredible story. Doctor who was performing this daring surgery by they literally put the body in status stasis. Raining all the blood taking the temperature down to fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit. Stopping the heart. No brainwave brainwave brainwaves in that state is now the aneurysm shrinks, no blood in the brain nobler blended aneurysm. Well, sure, no blood nothing in the aneurysm. So it just shrinks shrivels right up. Exactly. So that enabled him to then going safely with no pressure on the brain. What was your age? Then I was thirty five years old God thirty five. Yeah. And you're young thirty five. Oh, no. It was tough. So you heard about this? And did what made a call we immediately contacted barrow institute, and then our records out, and I was found to be an extremely good candidate for the surgery. Because in every other way, I was perfectly healthy and very strong. So and and young. Yes. I would think you would be a very a very good candidate. Right. And they did how much of a disgra. So you went out and visited them. I take it. They invited. You out said come on. We want to see you. Right. I went in to see Dr Spencer on a Wednesday and had surgery on Thursday. Holy mackerel. I didn't have very a very good comprehension of what they were going to do to me. I knew the heart would stop. In terms of the draining of the blood the cooling of the body. He didn't lay all that out. Well. Have. But but I really didn't comprehend. Maybe you didn't exactly wanna hear that. Either back. I think that's really good way to put it. What did he tell you about the the risks that you were? I mean, surely he had at least explained what the probabilities for success were. And that that you might not make it through well on a personal level he promised he'd get me back. He didn't believe him wholeheartedly. This man is a very very. A strong ability to. To win confidence. How a very confident person in you know, as as as as we consider our heads and our brains where in your brain was this. It was in the circle of Willis place, where my physician tells me that are very few short years ago. No one dared to go because I don't know where that is. Is that towards the central part of your new right in the middle of the brain the middle of the brain. Right. So if it went all my functions went with it. Very dangerous procedure. Dr Spencer said that he only did this in as a last ditch effort to save a life because he tell you how many times he had performed this previously. Very many. I was pretty early in the list. This was back in nineteen ninety one boy. But you know, it's funny. What we'll do when we have no choice. Well, there was the other option, but that's no option. Really? Well, you nevertheless. So I mean, you're balancing the possibility of another month of life against the possibility of death on the operating table. And I'm sure you and your husband talked that one over. Really, we didn't spend a lot of time with that. Because with a surgical procedure. We felt like we had an opportunity to live out the entire lifetime. So we didn't really look at it as another month of life or no no cable, no decision to make. You're just gonna go for it. Right. Exactly. But again, Dr spent is very he's downright inspirational in his personal discipline conference. Story about what really made me believe that. He could do this job. Let's hear it. He's doctors bet there's a classical musician. Right away. I related to him. And I heard me planting down the hall as I sat in the waiting room. And I asked one of his fellows if that was a live recording. And he said, no, that's Dr spent where he plays hands loosen to stay in shape, and the dynamics in the sense of touch. Was just absolutely incredible. Incredible. And has a train musician growing up at all in my life. I knew any hands could do it. Those could. Cans were so controlled. Credible. Yes. And he was personally very compelling. Well, yes. Was he one of the pioneers to do this kind of operation? I believe he is the pioneer to do this kind of operation by near. Well, I guess if you're going to do something like this you'd like to be with one who knows the most about it. So. Would be good. Yes. Imagine the nerve to sheer nerve it would take to put a body through that process. Every time. He does it. He lays himself on the on the line. One hundred percent. I bet you had to sign a lot of releases. Pretty good Manny. Yes. Now when you went down there to talk to him. What's your expectation that you were going to have this operation right away? Or did you just think you were going to go see him, and maybe have some tests, and that sort of thing, and then come home, and then maybe come back and have the operation. I mean, it was like the next day. No, I knew that that I was in a very precarious situation. And that a matter of twenty four hours could mean life or death for me so immediately as soon as he could get me in. He did that. And I knew I had no doubt in my mind that I would be putting a mmediately what was the last period of time before the anesthetic hit you that you spent with your husband. Well, he they came into the hall to visit with me for a moment for they will media Larr. And it was just hugs and kisses and see on the other side. That was pretty much. Operation or the other side the other Saudi operate. Another peculiar thing about. This was many members of my family were with me. No one had any doubt in your mind that everything would be fine. Listen, I'm going to ask a lot of questions through this. And if at any time, you don't want to it's too personal. You can tell me to go climate trae. Okay. Well, yes what I'm good at that. Good good. Because I I just you know, what you went through is so incredible that I really want to fully understand it. And and I can only do that by I guess, understanding moods. You're you went I understand. It's really important that somebody go into an operation like this with a lot of confidence a lot of hope a lot of good feelings. And not negatively exactly in fact, I promise doctor spent for that I would work with him one hundred percent. And if he just make sure and get the buy back, I do the rest does he does. He also believe in that a that a positive attitude is really important for a surgical positive result. Does. He certainly does. So that was it. They they rolled you in. And even though you didn't completely understand what they were gonna do. You did. At least understand your heart was gonna come to a stop, right. I've had that that would be a temporary situation. You promised me. Get me back. I believe. I believe and he believed I believed, but still he didn't give you the downside risk. He didn't tell you any anything at all about, you know, when we go into the hospital for tonsilectomy,.
"first two thousand" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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