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Fresh "FitzGerald" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "FitzGerald" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Prevent the spread of viruses with Michael and Sons. German sidle UV C go to Michael and son dot com. Traffic and weather together on the age to bobbin, more GOP traffic center and Virginia 66. Westbound, quite slow getting past 1 23 toward Route 50 roadwork any by single file to the left eastbound approaching the Beltway. The left Lane is blocked and then on 66 eastbound after the highway, Washington Boulevard single left Lane is getting by the works on and there's road work on the Beltway in Annandale Tonight on the inter loop after Braddock Road toward gallows, you get by in two lanes to the left. It is quite slow North Bound. 3 95 from the Beltway to Ansell Road, where you get by the roadwork single file to the right. 95 itself is doing all right. Springfield of Fredericksburg. Nothing in your way Beltway through Montgomery and Prince George's counties Running pretty well know roadwork is set up around Andrews as if you have tonight 50 out of the Bay Bridge Clear Sailing 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway. Generally clear, as is T 70 both ways. W T L P Reporters are driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mall shop fits first and save money on New Toyota's Hyundais and Subaru's visit. Fit small dot com Transparency You can trust Bob Inland GOP traffic, Bob. Thank you to NBC for Samara. Theodore. Now overnight lows heading into you. About 70 degrees are rain Chances do start to drop off tonight, but an isolated shower can't be ruled out. Tomorrow morning,.

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Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

Mark Belling

05:56 min | 3 d ago

Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

"Background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur,

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Where did Davy Crockett die

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:16 min | Last week

Where did Davy Crockett die

"For coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This

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A Little History- Based On A True Story

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:13 min | Last month

A Little History- Based On A True Story

"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,

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Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

Mike's On

00:17 sec | Last month

Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

"Devils have hired 60 year old wind you up to take over his head coach of one believed youngest teams have been arrangers assistant the last three years. And before that, I had coached the Buffalo Sabres for 15 on the Dallas Stars, form or I'm also officially named Tom Fitzgerald, new general manager dropping the interim

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Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

Schopp and Bulldog

00:22 sec | Last month

Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

"In hockey, the New Jersey Devils have officially announced Lindy Ruff is their new head coach. Roof's been working as an assistant with the Rangers for the last couple of years since being let go as Dallas's head coach in 2017. Rough sits sixth in NHL history in winds 43 behind L R. Ver for fifth. A Devil's today also removed the interim tag for there. Now general manager Tom Fitzgerald

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Devils to name Ruff as head coach

Steve Somers Show

00:19 sec | Last month

Devils to name Ruff as head coach

"Next head coach will be the Lindy Ruff. That's according to the NHL network, which also reports that Tom Fitzgerald will be named the team's full time general manager for office 60 years old with that for long stretches. The Sabres head coach also was a head coach in Dallas. He's currently an assistant with the Rangers, a

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White House Considering Broad Intervention to Secure 5G Future

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:14 sec | Last month

White House Considering Broad Intervention to Secure 5G Future

"Five. G. Networks are coming and everybody wants in the game. You officials have been kicking around some ideas to help them. Get ahead and cut out Chinese. Telecommunications giant hallway our reporter Drew Fitzgerald, says the government may want booster the private sector to stiffen the competition.

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RB Adrian Peterson 'without a doubt' planning to kneel

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

RB Adrian Peterson 'without a doubt' planning to kneel

"App to football the George Floyd protests have taken the nation by storm and many around the NFL have contributed to the black lives matter movement on Saturday it was many of the Broncos players and staff members that joined the large protest crowd in Denver meanwhile players like Larry fitzgerald in Adrian Peterson have spoken their minds of the racial injustices of this country this year old says that the city of Minneapolis has been turned upside down due to the George flood protests well Peterson said that he will quote without a doubt be taking any this upcoming season during the national anthem to protest racial

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Broadcasting the fitzgerald theater in Saint Paul with guest host John Baptiste please welcome back to the stage new water do he ran home thank well has been some she's I don't know I like to bring out of the United States on piano your host Jon Batiste on pretty John.

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UN: Libya's warring sides have agreed to restart peace talks

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:12 min | 2 months ago

UN: Libya's warring sides have agreed to restart peace talks

"The UN says Libya's warring factions have agreed to resume ceasefire talks follows days of heavy fighting in and around the capital Tripoli. Well, let's get more on this now with Mary Fitzgerald. Who is a research on Libya? Welcome back to the briefing Mary. Could you explain to listeners where we've got? Because there's been so many attempts to bring around some reconciliation? We have two warring parties here. The renegade leader, a half Dr who's oddly backed by many regional powers up against the forces in Tripoli, but just explain where we're on why there is potentially an opportunity for change. Well I would be very wary about even that ten am. And certainly there's a lot of skepticism on the ground amongst on radio bands about the these latest s statements from the U N various internationals and skepticism. That is warranted. This! Particular war. It's a war over the capital. Tripoli Started in April last year, when how star at launch offensive to capture at AAA from the. UN recognized a government on the very day that UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez was to try if impetus to the UN political process, that political process is something. Half Star has tried to undermine at every juncture for several years now, and he didn't capture the capital despite. Promising his Libyan supporters and also external backers that he would be able to seize the capital within days or weeks, and with little bloodshed, and here we are over year later with. Thousands, dead, and hundreds of thousands, said displaced as a result of of this conflict, so this latest burst of up talk about negotiations comes as after has experienced a series of losses in recent months. He's lost control of a number of. Small towns in western Libya, but more importantly Anne. He has lost a key asset airbase in Western, Nubia, from which he he used that to to launch attacks. The capital so after is not just. Facing a failing offensive, he's also really am on the back foot and. Some of his forces have have retreated in recent weeks including a whole host of Russian mercenaries who've been finding him, so that's the background to this. Clearly, after feels his his in a corner, his backers, no doubt the UA at primarily also Egypt Saudi, Arabia and Russia and also clearly are in a bit of a pickle in terms of of the way forward here so this To restart talks aimed at reaching a lasting ceasefire. Talks that have been suspended for for the last three months, that was a an earlier burst at the beginning of the year brokered by Russia and Turkey Turkey being back our backer rather of the. The internationally recognized government that hostile his trying to unseat. They basically. Created a momentum earlier this year that led to those initial and talks, but this is very stop start and the reason there is a lot of skepticism on the ground in Libya is Libyans have seen so many times before promises about, and it goes stations to agree a ceasefire, and they ultimately breakdown, and and we're still in the middle of this grinding stalemated war. War A married Tummy. If people. In Tripoli, the capital is is life kind of taking on in an okay way. We know that they have a battle to deal with corona virus as well which is is very difficult to deal with when you're being besieged on your outskirts. How is the city functioning at this time as the city that you know personally very well? Well, my my last trip was in December and at that point that was a lot of trepidation. amongst residents of AAA that the war could move closer and closer to the center of the city while we've seen happened in recent weeks. Is that there has been an increase in targeting off Just at the weekend, seven people were killed. When there was shelling on a popular picnic spot, right in the center of. The U. N. and international human rights organizations subset most of these civilian debts, most of this indiscriminate shelling. Is attributable to to his forces. There is a belief on the ground in Tripoli that. These attacks are being done as a kind of a revenge or out of frustration, because basically run, and his forces are not getting what they want on top of all of that. Yes, covid nineteen has made an appearance in in in Libya. There have been hundreds of cases as been recently been a spurt of cases in southern Libya, but this of course has made things all the more challenging for for ordinary Libyans what we've seen in some. Positive way in in the last couple of days is the return of some of those thousands of people have been displaced over the last year as a result of the war, some of them are returning to their homes, but there returning also to. Some residential areas where landmines have been planted just today Human Rights Watch issued a report basically accusing after his forces of. Planting landmines across territory that they were in around Tripoli. Particularly residential areas are reapproach. Is it a a an amazing update on this story? We need come back to you more clearly on another show, but Mary thank you for joining, and that was the Libya expert. Mary fits General Gerald and you're listening to the briefing monocle. Twenty Four.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this encyclopedia will MANTECA. Today's legend was a writer artist. And Socialite who became known as the Muse of her husband. F Scott Fitzgerald and many of the men of the era. She's considered an icon up the roaring twenty S. Let's talk about Zelda Fitzgerald Zelda. Sarah was born in Montgomery Alabama in nineteen hundred. She was the youngest child of many. Macon and state. Senator Anthony Sayer. Zelda came from a well connected family her great uncle and grandfather served in the US Senate as a child. Zelda learned to dance and by her teen years she was considered a wild child she drank she smoked and she suck out of the house to meet boys on one occasion she even wore a nude colored bathing suit to fuel rumors that she swam in the nude. Celta's gehring behavior was considered especially scandalous at a time. When women were expected to be gentle and proper in one thousand nine hundred eighteen Celtic graduated from high school. Her Yearbook included a quote under her photographs. Stating why should all be work when we can all borrow? Let's think only of today and not worry about tomorrow. Shortly after graduation she met twenty two year old F Scott Fitzgerald at a country club. She was an audacious dancer and socialite and he was a charming. Us Army officer. Who had just flunked out of Princeton? F Scott Famously said I fallen in love with the whirlwind. Well Scott claimed that he would soon be prominent in the literary world. Zelda was skeptical and continue to pursue other men in Nineteen Nineteen Zelda rejected F Scott's proposal. It was only after a publisher had purchased his debut novel this side of Paradise the Zelda agreed to marry him in nineteen twenty his success was partly due to her F Scott Plagiarized Zelda's diaries in the novel and basic character. After her named Rosalyn carnage a debutante who marries a wealthy man instead of main character? Amri Blaine F Scott's writing often included excerpts from Zelda's journals and letters Fitzgerald's became celebrities fueled by the public's interest in their literary romance in the Early Nineteen Twenties F Scott and Zelda indulged in their stardom in Classic flapper style. Their socialist was killed by alcohol and at least two occasions they were asked to leave luxury hotels for drunken behaviour on Valentine's Day. Nineteen twenty one Zelda learned. She was pregnant. She later gave birth to a girl named Francis Fitzgerald. Who Am I Scotty? Shortly before Francis was born f Scott Recorded Zelda saying. I hope it's beautiful and a fool a beautiful fool. He echoed these words in the Great Gatsby. When Daisy Buchanan responded to the birth of her daughter saying I'm glad it's a girl and I hope she'll be a fool. That's the best thing that girl can be Miss World. A beautiful little fool. Zelda began to resent Ascot's copying and wrote a book review for the beautiful and the damned saying that Mr Fitzgerald seems to believe that. Plagiarism begins at home intrigued by her. Wit magazine offers came in and Zelda embarked on a writing career of her own in nineteen twenty two. She published eulogy on the Flapper. She went on to publish more essays. Many appearing under the byline F Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald she and Scott Co wrote a play the vegetable but it was unsuccessful and they soon fell into debt in nineteen twenty four. The Fitzgerald's moved to France and Zelda became infatuated with at s shows on a pilot when Zelda ask for divorce at Scott refused and locked her in their house until she abandoned the idea. Zelda never saw were and he later denied the affair as the decade wore on. The couple could face but never recovered their trust. F Scott was resentful and Malign Zelda to Ernest Hemingway and Zelda overdosed on sleeping pills and a possible suicide attempt. Jealousy persisted on both sides. Zelda accused F- Scott of having an affair with Hemingway and she later threw herself down a flight of stairs when he ignored her at a party. In one thousand nine hundred thirty. Zelda was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She would be in and out of Kleenex for the rest of her life and it was in a psychiatric hospital that she wrote her only novel. Save me the waltz which chronicled her tumultuous marriage F Scott was upset by the novel which drew upon Shared History. He wanted to use for his nineteen thirty four book. Tender is the night and forced her to take out parts he blames Zelda's costly hospitalization for his inability to complete his own books. When the novel was unsuccessful Zelda returned to stage writing which also failed to garner public attention when Zelda tried painting. She was again disappointed by the public's response in Nineteen thirty four F Scott and Zelda separated but they never divorced as their fame faded. F Scott's alcoholism worsened while Zelda became violent and withdrawn. They last saw each other on an ill-fated trip to Cuba in nineteen thirty eight to fight their separation. The wrote to one another for the next two years until Scott's death in nineteen forty while Zelda was hospitalized. She began working on a new novel. Called Caesar's things but it was never finished. Nineteen forty eight fire broke out in the hospitals kitchen and eventually spread through the main wing. Zelda was locked in a room awaiting electroshock therapy and died along with eight other patients today. Zelda Fitzgerald is mostly remembered for her influence on one of America's great authors but throughout her life. She fought to be remembered on her own merit..

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NFL Comes Together For Draft-A-Thon To Support COVID-19 Relief

Arizona's Morning News

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

NFL Comes Together For Draft-A-Thon To Support COVID-19 Relief

"Actor Kevin Hart country singer Kane brown and Arizona Cardinals players Larry fitzgerald and Kyler Murray among the entertainers and athletes will be participating in the NFL's draft upon a massive fundraising campaign that's part of this year's NFL draft it's aimed at raising much needed funds for covert nineteen relief efforts beginning today the drafters on will be live streamed on the NFL's social and digital platforms if you'd like to make a donation just go to NFL dot com slash

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NFL Comes Together For Draft-A-Thon To Support COVID-19 Relief

Arizona's Morning News

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

NFL Comes Together For Draft-A-Thon To Support COVID-19 Relief

"Kevin Hart country singer Kane brown and Arizona Cardinals players Larry fitzgerald and Kyler Murray among the entertainers and athletes will be participating in the NFL's draft upon a massive fundraising campaign that's part of this year's NFL draft it's aimed at raising much needed funds for covert nineteen relief efforts beginning today the drafters on will be live streamed on the NFL's social and digital platforms if you'd like to make a donation just go to NFL dot com slash relief

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Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85

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8 unanimous picks for All-Decade Team include Brady, Watt

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

8 unanimous picks for All-Decade Team include Brady, Watt

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Flight Lines: The Heroic Story of Two Migratory Shorebirds

Published...Or Not

07:43 min | 5 months ago

Flight Lines: The Heroic Story of Two Migratory Shorebirds

"Have someone sitting opposite me just twitching to tell his story. The book is flat. Lines and the author is Andrew Dobson Andrew. Welcome to three C- I thank you. David I'm curious about the would twitching. I haven't really made a close study of twitching despite writing. This book. Twitching is a word that is used by dedicated. Some say obsessive Burgers and sometimes they detractors to Indicate their preoccupation with finding the next bird. An observing bird minded research. Because it's not actually mentioned in the book the twitching behavior of Howard Medhurst who was one of the leading birdwatchers in the nineteen fifties and sixties. But this book in other words is about birds or in particular one species of birds the grey plover a daoist wallflower of the shorter dance. It spreads thinly around the world's margins and is often overlooked. What's the fascination with the Gripe Lot? Well let's start by working our way towards the bird from what we are. Probably the closest bird that we know to this is the masked left wing. It's often colder plaza. But it's sexually left wing but that's what we know as a plot now go through that gate and think about the kinds of things that the left wing does transfer them to the tidal flats of the world the far-flung tidal flats of the world. And there's this small bird not much begun a blackbird gray when it's out of the breeding grounds highly colored up when it gets to the breeding grounds and it is commonly found with others in the group of Long Distance Flying Margaret lowrie shore. Birds the ultramarathons birds. Now when you say ultra-marathon sort of distance are we talking so the two birds that I particularly follow which were satellite tag in South Australia and flew north on the first flight. Each of them flew over the entirety of Australia of Indonesia the Philippines to land one of them in Taiwan and the other in southern China so each of them took a nonstop flight of more than seven thousand kilometers. Just to give us a sort of indication in layman's terms. When you're holding this bird. How much are you holding? Well you're holding about a cup of sugar not a big white. You're holding something that really can be quite placid in the hand. Despite its wildness. And you're holding. I guess the promise of many generations of optic life birdlife and they transcend boundaries in many ways in the journey. We've got apple tree boundaries as people on borders and they bicycling cross all of those hemispheres international borders and such like. It's it's quite a phenomenal feet. If you want to get carried beyond the trivialities of human life like borders then migratory long distance migratory birds are a really good way to start because there will pass through the margins of many countries but is not off one eye and they have total disregard for human borders. Now one of the things that the book sort of touches on as you look this journey other various forms of tagging that have occurred or the ability to follow from banding to rocket nets and now two satellites. The satellites would give you an inordinate amount of opportunity to try and be particular about what you say quite revelatory. They are Give you almost near real time information. About where on the planet this bird is and what it's doing even because if you have a lucrative say on a breeding ground you'll see it move from point to point to point as it fades and then goes back to the central point which is the nest So yes it can be unrivaled information and It really is hugely illuminating. As opposed to the banding which was more happenstance abandoning as the book suggests started in the lighting hundreds. But that would rely on. Someone actually catching the Buddha game. We'll exactly Either catching the again or killing it or finding a dead. The doyen of Australian Migratory Schubert's studies like Clive Minton when he lived in England. Has I band on? A migratory shortbread was on a lovely good coach spotted. Red Shank and he was really pleased to have it in hand really priest to put the band on it and some weeks later he got the band back because it had been shot by the mayor of putting your in France who returned the band with the address on to Clive. Now a couple of things fascinated me about. The birds are reading this book. I'm the song lines. There's a connection here with an indigenous song. Lawn is moving up. Moving from group to group and changing as guides and there's an equivocal mention of what the birds was well yes we'll I'm careful to not impose my description on indigenous cultures. But I hope that I have drawn out of the records of indigenous couches The great variety of names. This bird has as it travels not just from Australia. But through China up to Siberia and across to North America where? It's pretty circum Paula. It has a series of lovely nines. And the they are run there are really illuminating series. Too you know they describe often. I described the bird by its phonetic. Call sometimes they describe it by its coloring in Alaska where I went It was cold emphatic. And that means the scorched bird. But so there's a similarity through the sort of landscape in many ways. Yes depending on which part of the world now for such a fragile creature. They are quite a number of threats in this day and age the threats for the gripe the mind well. We've got a bird here. That has persisted down through evolutionary generations for about one hundred and thirty million years so it's not easily removed from the face of the earth. But while it's doing well other others. In the group of long distance migratory shore birds are not doing so well And as a whole the contracting in numbers. I'm this four that have been listed on Australia's critically endangered list in recent years. Because of the problems they face pardon the analogy but the canary in the coalmine. Well certainly you know I think migratory shore birds. We Stu people generally in Australia particularly and when we look at the coasts we should think about the health of Alco spy. The prison or absence of birds like

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Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:36 min | 5 months ago

Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you

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Travel to Asheville, North Carolina

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:55 min | 5 months ago

Travel to Asheville, North Carolina

"I'd like to welcome the show music journalist. Bill Kopp who come to talk to us about Asheville North Carolina Bill. Welcome to show. Thanks for having me on to treat. I've learned a lot listening to previous episodes well and I was telling bill before we started recording that I about a week ago had a trip plan to Ashville. That's gotten trumped by some other opportunities. That have come up. But why should someone plan a trip to Asheville? Ashville is really ECLECTIC and Funky. It's it has food. Music Arts Performing Arts something for everyone in Asheville in one of the things that it's really remarkable about it. Is that not a big city? It's got very humid scale. Outside of the day trip. Everything here is either walkable or a few minutes drive. And it's a lot more artistic and cosmopolitan than one might expect of a city nestled in the on the Blue Ridge. Mountains excellent. Well what are you gonNA recommend for us to do? When we come to Asheville North Carolina a one week itinerary for example. I would suggest three days downtown two days on the outskirts and then potentially two or three days worth of day trips because in an hour of here by car. Of course there's a quite a bit of things to see and do that are different from the experience of being in Asheville proper. We started as downtown. What are we going to do downtown? When you're downtown Nashville. My suggestion would be to take as much local color as possible. Try to do and see and do the things that make Ashfield. You need that means skipping stuff that you could do elsewhere like golf and chain restaurant Golfing. We obtain restaurants those great but experiencing those doesn't really play into the things that make Ashville different from any other place will and when you say downtown. I assume we're downtown there amidst the skyscrapers. Not Not really okay. I haven't actually counted but I would say the number of buildings we have their over ten stories. Kp More than a dozen skyscrapers definitely not. It's Not New York City when you're walking down the street and you're in a canyon with giant tall buildings on either side. You could actually walk from one end of downtown to the other assuming you don't stop and there's plenty of reasons to stop in about twenty minutes about a mile across at the most. And what are we doing? Big thing to do here is to park your car and get out and walk around. People Watch dig into our local history which includes figures like Oh henry quote unquote favorite son. Thomas Wolfe Robert moog pretty much the inventor of the Synthesizer Buckminster Fuller Scott Zelda Fitzgerald. All those people have significant parts of their history. Spent living working and creating Nashville. So there's all kinds of things connected with them. Asheville has more art deco architecture per capita than any American city except Miami which is a little unusual the reason it does is because the city was in such dire financial straits after the depression that for many many many years the city was mired in debt and couldn't afford to knock down the old buildings so when things improved. Those buildings were renovated and fix back up. Now we have all these beautiful old buildings that we otherwise have and that you are likely to find in another city our size opinion down to be a little more specific here so if I want to see some of the best of our DECA. Let's say where am I going to start walking? In what direction. GonNa head start at City Hall. Which looks like a wedding cake okay. It's an unusual looking building there. A couple of their buildings right around but it started there and that's pretty much on the east end of downtown and so from there block West towards the mountain manager in every direction Ashville. Is it about twenty two hundred feet above sea level but if you go in any direction where South East or west. You're going to get to mountains in a little bull. If you go west about forty five minutes you drop out of the mountains down into the the Piedmont you drop a good thousand feet elevation. So we're right on the edge of the out range but we are in a valley so we're surrounded by aunts and you say go and People Watch best place in Ashville for people watching a place called Pritchard Park. Which when I moved here twenty years ago was a bus terminal and now it's a city park a triangular park probably nowhere near acres quite small. But it's a great place to people watch. There are permanent. Chess sets set up for people to play on and on Friday nights. One of the most quintessential Ashville things of all the drum circle. I saw pictures of this. Okay good people from every walk of life. Young old doesn't matter what show up. Some of them are serious poly rhythmic percussionist. Others of the May have never hit a drum in their life before. And they all come together and beat the heck drums and it's a communal experience. And it's not one of these sort of things. Where if you walk up with tambourine or a drum that you've just bought or borrowed or something you're not gonna get dirty looks from the local saying who are you. It's a very open welcoming thing and it's like nothing else and it's loud but in a good way and when you say drum circle I. Emily think there's a little bit of a hippy. Culture left Nashville. Am I way off base here? There's more than a little bit. Yes ashville is unique in that. I've been here twenty years and I moved here from Atlanta Bailey because I really wanted to make a lifestyle change. I wanted to get out of the rat race. A little bit and my story is far from unique almost everyone. I know who is a transplant here? Maybe not most of the people but it's quite a few of the people they've moved here because of quality of life issues. They didn't move here because they for some corporation that transfer the here. There's not a lot of work here. It's not that kind of the city so it's very very laid back. It's very Bohemian. And there are a lot a lot a lot of seventy year old hippies. Okay well and you mentioned some of well known people who have lived in Nashville including I think he's mentioned Moga and Henry and Fitzgerald there. Zelda actually died in a fire here in Nashville isn't it? It's not a lovely story. Scott and Zelda spent a good bit of time here and Thomas Wolfe who look homeward angel in fact. His novels are about Ashville. They're classified is fiction but they're really nonfiction. You've changed the names and he pretty much got almost got run out of town because there was a little too much truth in them. Perhaps so yes. We're talking quite a number of years ago. Celebrated novelist and his greatest work is from here. Enough time has gone by all is forgiven. Thomas Wolf House downtown is a popular tourist attraction. I can relate. I grew up in John Steinbeck's hometown who is much more popular. Now that he's dead kept writing about all the wrong people the struggling and up and coming and not the right people so wasn't as popular as my impression in his time.

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Anti-abortion Democrats don't have a candidate to support

Charlotte at Six

01:39 min | 6 months ago

Anti-abortion Democrats don't have a candidate to support

"Democrats are a big target of the pro life voter drive because it's estimated there are twenty million Democrats who identify as pro life Washington post has reported these pro life de Kratz don't feel particularly welcome in their party anymore candidates such as Bernie Sanders say if you're a Democrat you need to favor abortion on demand I think being pro choice is an absolutely essential part of being a Democrat so that's kind of what my views I think by this time in history I think when we talk about what a Democrat is I think being pro choice is essentially a central part of that comments like that are being used by pro lifers to try to win over Democrats on the abortion issue we're talking to them about taxpayer funding of abortion late term abortion and the born alive issue the born alive issue refers to one of the bills defeated by Senate Democrats this week it would have required medical attention for a baby that survives an abortion which does happen I'm in twenty seventeen alone four states reported twenty five children born alive we don't have great abortion reporting in this country but of the four seats that do report twenty five children in one year that's legislation that seventy percent of Democrats support so there is consensus pro lifers also plan to use the born alive issue against North Carolina governor Roy Cooper Tammy fitzgerald is what the North Carolina values coalition at the state level you know in North Carolina we have a governor who approves of infanticide she's referring to governor Cooper's veto of a bill that would have required medical attention for infants surviving abortions in North

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Voice Security in Healthcare with Nate Treloar

Inside VOICE

13:23 min | 6 months ago

Voice Security in Healthcare with Nate Treloar

"Didn't talk today a lot on security and how do you make sure things are private and secure and how do patients of things are insecure. So one we're in healthcare so this is a particularly sensitive domain when it comes to privacy and security both from the point of view the kind of information that you might want to exchange with a voice assistant but also just because of regulatory requirements and in the US HICFA that sets the tone for how people think about these things Voice the main concerns of voice are that one. It's new so it hasn't been a lot of thought up until recently put into. How do you view voice assistance? From the point of view. Privacy and security and candidly. I think it's the case that a lot of the providers that are in the space. The big is some Amazon. Google sort of backed into an understanding of how important ensuring privacy and security of these new experiences is to consumers generally but especially in healthcare. The second thing is that it's an always on always listening. Device in the main concerns generally not just in healthcare around voice. Assistance have been is eavesdropping on me. Is it listening? What's it doing with the data once it? Has IT And their real legitimate concerns about this because we've all had the experience where you're smart speaker wakes up when you didn't expect it to and the and even though you'll hear this from the big players that the wake were whatever you say to wake up the device whether it's hey google or hey Siri or Alexa is is the only thing that's really listening for out of the gate and but once that week where it has been expressed then it's listening for the next command right so if it's waking up on its own because some ambient sound. Is it picking up other things that I might be saying unintentionally for for its ears? If you will and so. Those are legitimate concerns because we know that that has happened. A another variation of the concern. Is that the big guys are and have told you know the the the world that they are using the the audio that's coming across on these devices to tune the natural language recognition model just a way of saying that they need to make it work better so the way they do that is They listen to anonymous recordings of what people are saying to their devices. Some subset of all the requests that come in and they ensure that it's accurately recognizing and so human listens to it and says. Oh what did Alexa thing they were saying? And what were they actually saying in? Can we tune and refine the machine learning so? It doesn't make a mistake next time that's happening. It's been happening for years really for decades. That's how this technology works but the fact when that became public that was happening created a bit of an uproar Amazon's listening to what we're saying and then humans are hearing what we're saying even those anonymous. You don't know who was saying the fact that there was people doing that created a stir all this sort of comes to a head right in in particularly healthcare. There's legitimate concerns that an always on always listening voice powered virtual system might be violating privacy and security restrictions and requirements. So what's happening one? Is the big guys are making announcements and doing things that are going to make it A tighter ship. If you will from privacy and security point of view in the case of Amazon they have put out a lot of information about how the individual users of these consumer devices like Amazon Echos can take control of what's actually being shared up to and including deleting their history up to including turning off that review option where it might be possible that they are spoken audio goes to a human for the the review process likewise Google and Siri. They've kind of backed into making sure that they're doing the right. Things Amazon among all of them have gone. What step further in the healthcare domain where they've introduced A HIP eligible version of Alexa. Which for a healthcare systems. Anybody in the space means that Amazon's willing to ensure that the data is secure and private encryption. Everything that's going up into the Amazon cloud in the Alexa environment but also willing to sign an agreement. What's called the business associates agreement in the hip of an APP. That says we will commit to doing these things to ensure the privacy and security of data. That's running through our system and that was required. It really required for many healthcare applications for clinical information being exchanged the still a lot of work to do and lots unfolding even to this day. There's plenty more to do if a brand or company has hiring an agency to build a skill that's four. Alexa does the fact that it's an Alexis skill. Make it more secure. It kind of includes a security things. You're talking about or does that agency needs to have its own security measures when it's building skills will. It's helpful. It's helpful to have obviously the knowledge about how to properly secure voice application. It's like any other digital application. If you build a mobile APP YOU WANNA make sure you tested for security loopholes. Invoice applicants are not any different in that respect. What makes them different is? How do you authenticate a user right so of carries launching an out? You're launching an application. How do we know this person speaking is indeed carry and not somebody else trying to spoof you and So authentication are you who you say you are. is part of what needs to be implemented in any voice skill an Amazon providing all the other guys provide some capabilities in that area. But the expertise for how to do that how to do it. Efficiently multi factor authentication. All those things needs to be a discipline that an agency understands and then you know sinking in connecting with a a source of authorisation. So they are who they say they. Are We've authenticate them? But do they have the rights to access some feature function on the Alexis skill or voice skill based on some authorization control? And that's another thing you have to figure out so Amazon. Offers something called account linking which allows you to link some back end system which may say all right? They're trying to access some medical record Based on who they are they can access this medical record but not these other ones or some subset of some source and that those two things authentication authorization to be built into the solution. Now you and your company orbiter have been working with the Mayo Clinic. Can you talk about what you've done with them? And what the results been GonNa talk about. What public so we we help them develop their initial foray into voice which is a first aid skill though was published Initially to Amazon Alexa and then subsequently to Google assistant even in a chat Bot form and we worked with them to help convert their existing digital content into a voice. Ready form as sounds mundane but it's It's a very important thing to solve and not just with Mayo Clinic. But anybody WHO's trying to get into a voice if they have an existing digital experience like a website or mobile APP with content. And They WanNa take that content clinically vetted healthcare related content and convert it into voice. Ready form it's a process it requires technology requires curation acquires. You know medical expertise and vetting. Because you don't just take a two pages of texts that describe the symptoms of diabetes and put it into an Alexa skills not that simple And nor do you just say I'm GonNa just ingest this and let the AI. Engine figure out how to serve it up into a voice. Application requires a clinically reviewed process so That's a bulk of what we've been doing with the Mayo Clinic since we first engaged us to help them through that process and so can you share with us any results. I mean are people. Do you find that people are using the voice application more to access that information. Did they find it helpful? Anything you could share with. Do you find it helpful. I'm an award-winning voice. Skill male won award. They're very proud of and But they're also very pragmatic about it. It's an IT's a voice application for answering questions about first-aid outweigh treat a sunburn. What do I do if I got a spider bite? So it's not like I'll pick one. It's not like the jeopardy game where you're gonNA play it every day or it's got this addictive quality to it. It's a it's an experiment and delivering voice content healthcare continental voice first world and the other thing that the Amazon or the. Excuse me the Mayo team done. Is they've taken that same. Sort of voice. I voice ready content and publish it out to Amazon as what's called. First Party content so you can ask enough questions in depending on the question will come back and say well. According to the Mayo Clinic the answered question is this right So there's a multi step process. I'm from the Mayo Clinic. The measure of success is is clinically dead high value content available through this next generation digital channel voice and. I'm happy to say with the work that they've done with our help. It is and there's a lot more to do even they're not just With what Mayo has because they have literally mountains of content but a lot of other organizations that. We're working with are keen to do this as well. Do you find that since with voice has been around now for a few years. It's growing bigger. Do you find that a lot. More people in the medical space are more open to using voice and understand what it is or is that still a struggle. It depends on who you're talking with I'll say that the clinicians doctors at these major systems they're all over it and in fact It's been almost a problem for some of these systems that you know the the major healthcare systems have almost had to say hold on. Hold on we understand that you want on Alexa device in the ambulance. But we got to think this through right. What are the security implications? How do we do data integration? How's it part of our larger digital strategy so The interest is very very high and in those organizations where the clinicians the doctors have a lot of power. There are things happening and a lot of pilots but we're also being pretty sensitive to the CIO's at these M- in NCO's major systems recognized that you kind of have to crawl before you walk and run and so we're working very collaboratively to making sure that we've checked the right boxes on the security and privacy side. We check the right boxes on an enterprise scale ability size we'd were. It's not in our interest to help them roll out a whole bunch of point solutions. That aren't really secure aren't really integrated with the rest of their digital infrastructure. So we're we're an enterprise solution provider and so we're trying to be very thoughtful on that front. And why personally did you get more into the healthcare space within voice? Okay Stop. I asked this question a lot. I think it's very missy where people have come from. And what gravitates them to a particular section of the? Yeah well so. The backstory is orbits been around for not quite five years when we started. The company actually had a different business a different area of focus. Technology guys first and foremost and Even though we said on day one we want to go after high value problems. Important PROBLEMS WANNA fall in love with the problem before we fall in love with our cool technology. What happened is we built a pretty compelling platform for digital health and the Amazon technology and other technologies voice. We're really starting to make their way into the consumer world and among the leadership team at orbit we had gone on bought these devices right and my personal experience was taking that an Amazon Echo. I version into a friend of my parents of vision impaired guy named Arthur and saying Arthur. Just try this for two weeks and let me know how it goes. After two weeks I came back to see him and he said this is changed my life and was an epiphany really because I thought this is real. This has the potential to transform people's lives. How do we make the scale? And so that's how we got into doing. That's the passion that drives what we're doing and the stories that come from our just very satisfying.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

07:27 min | 8 months ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"In this I think is a good example As Is Grant Hill and Tim Duncan others. Here's what is wrong with three or four year college player. Who played it a big time program? It had big time success. You can find John Marantz at Murray restate. And that's fine. You can find Steph Curry Davidson. That's fine too but to me when you're at Duke or Villanova or Kentucky or UCLA LA or whatever you're in a large city or media market with tremendous pressure you've played tons of big games. You're a a grown person at twenty three you've developed physically and you know the work ethic it takes to get better and I just think Eric Paschal was never ever about. I've got score twenty five and shoot all the time. He was better perimeter shooter than you thought. He was a better rebounded than you thought he was an elite defender. He was a a tough kid. He played and won multiple years. Like I love that kind of kids so when to get him at forty one it to get draymond mongering at thirty five. I think those kids are discounted so often look at Malcolm. Brogdon another guy you know. Thirty six pig. Oh what did he do. Oh you played four years of Virginia to me. The scouts missed that. They always want to find me honest and I get it. But you know you're going to get these guys you know he's twenty two. He's too old but he talking about twenty to thirty is when that guy's GonNa play fries so you know it's interesting case study on just the state of the draft often player evaluation. There's so much more stock put in that nineteen year old guy. Maybe wasn't even good in the one year. He's been college. How many of those guys actually do anything? The league like the Josh Selby's of the world. You know the big Mac. Moore's guys who were sorry not back Mars thinking of another Kansas guy forgetting his name right now now but the ultimate one is Jermaine. O'Neal Jermaine O'Neal went to college for the Portland Trailblazers. Then he was traded flew seventeen years old and then he became a Ayla Djinnit Star for Indiana but but the point was Portland paid for his college education. As the four years they would've spent at a good division on program he was with the Blazers then when they traded him now he was essentially a rookie and then he became a good player. That's where I think marquees Chris you know to me twenty two. This is his rookie year. He'd become an out and so that franchises draft these eighteen nineteen year old guys and they're not patient with them. It's like if you're drafting. Then you need to to understand what the situation is patient with them. But they can't be but it's also there's more than patients. It's you realize this. Eric Pascoe doesn't have a driver's license. Okay you realize is your this guy's never not eric but a nineteen year old that you've drafted. He's never lived in. An apartment usually probably never lived by itself. You don't have a checkbook. You know what bill pay is he. Oh Yeah I mean like. is He cooking his own meals at home. Yeah does he ought to get the cable installed his hauling direct TV. These are life things so now you're famous. Here's millions of dollars. I'm going to put you in a different city and oh by the way. Aw just be a great basketball player. While you're playing against David Westin grown men that that's A. That's a huge ask. One of the best one of the best pieces of sports writing that that I've ever read a mine's higher. Life was called growing bands and it was a huge piece that Sally Jenkins for the Washington Post and it got into all that like he had no idea how to be a professional how to be an adult and it was a complete train wreck and maybe on a lesser scale. That's still happening all the time. Well and that's where you know in Bob Myers can Probably you know. Add say illuminate more of this but the warriors have player programs for for Alan smile a gauge or K.. Bowman you know four Eric. Pascal for Jordan Pool to assess how they're living living in the bay area at Allen has a tutor to speak English because he's got a language who in addition to being twenty years old and being G. League player in nineteen. The Anthony Verena last year and getting Santa Cruz literally was his personal right but but sort of warriors are looking at language. Where are you living associating with? Who you're hanging around with and monitor in assist in those areas you know help these guys get apartments as you know some guy you know? They need automobiles ended up car. Where the young guys live in the same complex wreck get hooked up the words? Yeah so I think that. The franchises are just draft and say hey okay go be good the warriors realize the you have to really assist and help these young guys. The basketball is one thing but you gotta help the court just in life so they can be good basketball players. You have to kind of coach and care for the whole human being under team. And that's something that's lacking in a lot of franchises right. The one thing that markets Kris told me was. It's so nice to be an organization where they're really there for you. If you if you're looking for apartment you know things like that like little things that goes along way for these guys especially when they haven't experienced elsewhere and I think that's why these guys are are excited to be here and excited about the opportunity the chance to carve out a long-term niche in this organization. So if you look at it you know Bob was player agent so you represented players and he saw the pitfalls also younger guys Mike Dunleavy now was a former player and played fifteen years in the league. And then you have Kurkin Kent Lake. You have Larry Harris you know you have nick you ran. I mean there's so many resources. The warriors put towards identifying talent and then developing and embracing who. These people are in the other thing too with with Bob they give a lot of credit for is the quality character of players. I don't have a lot of knuckleheads. And that's that's the other part of it is they they evaluate who the a person is. And that's why you see Steph and clay and draymond and Paschal and people like that Glen Robinson because who you are in in addition to your ability level at matters with the warriors and I think they're better served for it Bob. I really appreciate you taking the time. We ran a little long but I was just enjoying the conversation so much. Thank you thank you so much and I really respect the work you do. I often will rewatch games. And it's always. It's always fun to hear your costs. Okay I've watched less game. Yeah yeah appreciate your the best dressed sports writers so anything you need. I have to honor just the the dress code the as long as I can at least went in that department. I'm good right so I think about appreciate. Where's I part of the San Francisco Chronicle podcast? It's network Audrey. Cooper is editor in chief. If you like the show we'd love it if you subscribe to it wherever you get your podcast if you got a minute to give us a quick review that helps us build our audience who can keep growing follow me on twitter at Khan underscore crowd and email me at sea. LATERNA AT SF CHRONICLE DOT COM support wears off court and a lot of great journalism with a subscription to the San Francisco Chronicle their print and digital editions find out more at SF chronicle dot com slash subscribe..

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

08:51 min | 8 months ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"The fly and be around people who believe in Him and support him and you've really seen him I think he's developed more in season and then I've seen anyone. He really struggled at the start of the year and now he's really starting to come along and I've been impressed that he's he can really play that centers. I thought he was a four but I actually like in the worst system more at the five and one thing. No we need that. I want to see from him is he was so good in preseason and like the dribble Google handoffs with Steph and he really played well off Steph and he's a phenomenal passer and with the spacing staff and eventually clay will provide. I think that'll make him even better. And so we haven't really seen that because only had a three game sample size with staff and I think if and when Steph comes back in March or whenever he's he's going to be even better so there's obviously been chatter that you know the warriors waived him because obviously they want to find a spot for kyw and he's the only non guaranteed contract. I can tell right now and I know you know you talk to people to. There's no way they're waving markets. Chris he's GonNa be on the roster they're going to figure something else out to try to find that spot for I I maybe they trade Alec burks has been Super Helpful as a bench score but given where he's at in his career might help a contender a playoff contender. Right now. So that to me would probably make the most sense but markers Chris going over. Yeah you just summed it up perfectly me to me. Twenty two year old bigs are not things you discounts account or overlook on mental and I think also to your assessment of defensively even where he should be worse positioning weakside side help rotating. These were all very foreign concepts to him and so his growth in that area as the seasons progressed has got much much better and also because he's played very well now Willie Cauley Stein is starting to play while the last couple of games too. And that's where the competitiveness of. Oh wait a minute. There's more bodies. Now Yeah and Steve can't play everybody in minutes. You got to prove yourself in practices and in game and so. There's all kinds of opportunity for all these young guys to make the most of it and they're gonNA fail sometimes and they're going to succeed sometimes and they're going to incrementally improve and it's just a big petri dish how the whole season's GonNa go. Yeah and one thing I got I had Tim Roy on a while ago and I one thing I asked would he know about the warriors. Yeah I mean he's only been around like I asked him this. I'm curious your answer. Because you've been around even longer Who's your favorite all-time word to cover? And I totally understand your answer. Is someone like staff or clay. But I'm also curious maybe the role roll guys are are the guys. That wars fans aren't as familiar with guys that you really enjoyed on a personal level and just being around I'M GONNA go two in one area and the reason for third I I loved Monty. Ellison Jason Richardson and not for the reasons people would think they were tough. I value toughness. Jason Richardson Sprain an ankle. That would keep guys today out for three weeks in the the NBA and he would tape up and play the next day like table. Sounds like another guy from saginaw rich. Wanted to play basketball and also he got better and better. Always dunker. Athlete became a really good three point shooter. He was a big part of the. We believe team team Jason. Richardson evolved into crate off guard. Just I love everything about him. But the toughness is what mattered. Monta Ellis. I just said I will always love. Because he was the one guy that would die on his shield for the warriors. Wait a minute Montes. He's been spilled on some drive and it looks like he's been in a car accident he would play the next day only weighed one hundred sixty five pounds and they would bounce from around like a Pinata. He got the lease love of any free throw. It mean if if Mateos got James Harden's whistle. He would shot thirty. The free throws a game he was fouled all the time and yet he would drive relentlessly like tailback into traffic over and over and over and still play with that same motor and are off the court still have that kind of same smile. I I love Monty. Also I love Jason. I think he gets a bad rap. Now Real Warriors they love Monty even Steph Steph Mateo. Like what do each other's weddings and aid for the Bachelor Party and stuff. People don't even know that level of friendship there. There's a reason in the final game at Oracle Steph curry were Monte Those Jersey. But there's a big reason for that so my taste one of my guys but the third one is Gilbert Arenas okay okay because to see how many beyond our rate and stories I can't Gilbert Arenas guns on T.. Lockers Rita said Eric Muslim and talk about. Hey my point guards gotta pass more and so the next game against Atlanta. He didn't shoot the ball for three quarters and then decided in the fourth quarter suit in the warriors would win. I mean Gilbert Summer Curiel but I'll always think of a shoot around around that a practice in Chicago at the borough athletic center where everybody went outside and it was snowing all coaches players broadcaster broadcaster. Deputy all got into a snowball fight. And for some reason as everybody's throwing snowballs at each other everyone all decided to turn on Gilbert Arenas at one time. Sr throwing snowballs at him. So after that we got on a bus to Milwaukee that time we would boss occasionally from Chicago to Milwaukee Ocoee on off days and Gilbert brought snowballs onto the bus and started throwing snowballs at people on the bus and it just he was a kid handy as he was he was a kid he played hard. He had incredible talent but he just made you smile with some of his antics. You know and you know to me I just I like players like that. So you know for my steps the defaults yes. I play golf with them. Bat and evolve with him socially really care about him as a person and I love Clayton death and dream onto but to me. If you're a little off the grid give me arenas and Monte Ang rituals. Beat those guys. Those are the names. I would have guessed. J. Rich is the same name that Tim Roy said in dream on obviously loves him fellow Saginaw guys so I kind of wish I'd covered him. He seems like a really cool dude with an team. Concept is when the chips are down or the odds. Odds are long. Who still going to be in there swinging with me? And that's you know Jason and Monte are those those type of guys and drain audience the ultimate. Yeah you know so but if I had to pick someone in an altercation I'm always taking David West since week and talks on Sunday. Nobody's messing with David less ever. That's he gave me a headlock after he won his first championship and took big Selfie. And everything and I don't know that I have my neck is fully recovered from from that because David West is just one of those guys there. There are a lot of fake. Tough guys. In the world he's legitimately intellectually actually brilliant person. One of the smartest guys and absolute legit toughness unquestioned. So that's a David would be one of my guys if I'm if I I ever need somebody that's my guy. Yeah and Eric. Pasco is becoming that guy. He's the only guy I've seen since David. WHO's as yoked as as as David Eric Paschal too? I think warrior fans are really gonNA come to appreciate because you've been around him and he wrote a brilliant piece on on the Thomas almost more school. Amari spelman is a very intellectually D. person. Eric Paskal is the same way. This guy is not twenty-three deep in terms of his worldliness in his life view of everything. He's very perceptive. And he conducts himself like he's suspending. The League six or seven years and that is so rare for first year player. Your of his. I think I resp- I think you're really good judge of talent and you have a good eye for that stuff. Did you see this coming at all with with basketball. Well I I'll be honest honest in the warriors scouting people know this. I wanted the words. Take Pasco with their first round. Pick at twenty eight. Yeah I just a believer.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"Bob Office Gerald Fitzgerald Has Been Calling Games for the warriors for twenty six years and in that time he seemed the gamut of what the NBA has to offer on Friday morning. We sat down on at Golden State Team Hotel in Salt Lake City to discuss his relationship with new color commentator Kalina Buki what the warriors can get out of this transitional season Markey's Chris's development and some of its Gerald's favorite players to cover over the years. Bob Thanks for. Thanks so much for joining me where here here at the Team Hotel in Utah on overcast morning I in Salt Lake City Bob. How how's the season treating reading you? You've you've seen the ups you've seen down this franchise the past quarter century. How are you feeling right now? You know I I still love everything about about the NBA. So for me you have a new building and chase center and as a guy to think of having a concert. Venue Basketball Basketball venue in downtown San Francisco to me is still extraordinary like the fact that it ever got built and yet we get to walk in there. So new building is always different. new partner partner for me on TV with colonialism. Buki and then Jim Jim Barnett still travels with the student radio. So like at the best of both worlds. I see gym and work with the new guy in Colina Dan. We all traveled together and we were hanging out in Chicago together as well on a recent road trip. So you know that it's jarring like Oh new venue in a new partner and you're doing the telecasts telecasts for the team. I really look at dynasties and like the Lakers. Until the sheer six straight lottery years Michael Jordan and the Bulls also went off a cliff in Larry Bird in the Celtics. Same type of thing. This warrior incredible run the six best years in NBA history and five straight trips to the finals. This'll be a one year kind of dip and I'm excited for the Rise and resurrection backup. So I'm looking at this year. Very Long Range Perspective on how they identify future core pieces to add to Steph Klay Drain on Looney and you know Willie Cauley Stein Markings Chris Omari Spelman. Which of those guys are makes it Glen Robinson Damian Lee Bowman of fit down the road like so this year for me is different games different growth different players and projecting like what are they gonna look in the future? Because it's not going to be some six year run to the bottom. Like the Lakers have had ed. I think they're going to be really good as soon as next season. And that gets makes either. Yeah as you mentioned obviously the warriors totally new roster and you you have to deal with some change yourself with the new broadcasting partner. Obviously you're with Jim for so long guys developed a really nice report. I'm sure when you spend that much time with a guy and your do as many broadcasts with someone you learn their strengths you learn weaknesses. You learn their tendencies and you can kind of play off each other. It's really there's a rhythm and flow to it and how how has a building that with Colina gone. Obviously it's a work in progress. But how how do you feel like that's gone so far. I think it's been remarkably easy. You know I called Carolina's games. When he was with the warriors I remember when he was called him from? Then you know the D. League thing and I really liked him bright as his introduction with the team and as a person and so having do the pre and post the last four years we interacted. See Him quite a bit Anyway and he and Jim are close and have a great friendship so that has made the transition so much easier but Coletta for me is funny. We have a good sense of humor. We play off each other. He's into music. And my youngest son is heavily musics. We have a lot of dialogue and discussion on that. He's incredibly bright. I tease him. As like maybe the only Kentucky went back and got his degree and he's a man of faith two so we have a lot of really interesting deep discussions and then I like how he views the game and then there's an enthusiasm that isn't manufactured from him that is very genuine win on good place and he cringes when I cringe at some place that are less than good so to me. I think it's been really fun and game. Five will be a different game. twenty-five gained forty five game fifty five. Jimmy had twenty two years together and I could read his thoughts and I knew all about his life and career so with Coletta instill exploring some areas and I think over the next several years of just get better and better do you. Obviously you're enjoying Kalinda economise. I Miss Jim a little bit. He's just I mean I know he's still around on the road at times and he's he's still get to talk to him but he I just love picking his brain and talking talking about the good old days in the seventies and even sixties in the NBA. Do you ever miss those moments now. I don't miss them because he's around he's on every road trip trip and he's doing a radio thing for every home game too so I see Jim just as much as we were sitting next to each other and we talk basketball all the time we talked about his granddaughter and his daughter and we talk about my kids and so now gyms always gonna be part of my life and so and still to at this juncture is still a big part because of the proximity and the fact that we see him. So you know to me. It hasn't been that much different because I'm just around him all the time. Yes and and we were talking before we are recording a little bit about some of the low lights obviously. You've you've seen it all. This is your twenty six the with the warriors So you remember all remember some of those lean years with Antawn Jamison and even all the way back to Chris Webber right so it just just for context because I know warriors fans a lot of words fans are looking at this season and have the worst record in the NBA. Now lost at home to a really bad makes team and you thinking man can get any worse. Can you maybe tell tell a story that would remind them that it can get worse than it has been worse. Put it this way my first first year or doing games. The warriors had a very poor record and got a position a draft Chris Webber and they gave up Penny Hardaway and three number one picks which Scout Eddie Gregory was like. Don't give away number one. Picks but Don Nelson did that then they won fifty games and I thought Oh what you do you win. Fifty they make the playoffs or whatever and then Weber and Don Nelson didn't get along so then Weber was traded for Google Yada and three picks and then Google for Donyell Marshall that began the treadmill You also had your best player assault your head coach in Spree Wall Carlos Slim. Oh yeah you were around for that. That doesn't happen very you know in the NBA via yes. That season started one in fifteen The other year two thousand where the warriors went three out of five and the victory column to the midpoint so they got the game forty-one they just want three out of five then went to and thirty nine to finish the season. She's now think of two and thirty thirty nine to finish the season that that is as bad a struggle as a franchise or any team in any sports ever GONNA have. Where's your five and twenty or an hour or five twenty one hundred twenty one which is pretty bad but in thirty two and thirty nine didn't feature ten single digit losses? You know what I'm saying. It was getting your head kicked in over and over and over and over and also too I think for all fan bases and we see this now with the giants and their cycle up and then down you see the niners niners the dip and now this incredible nine or season and you see what the warriors missing the playoffs thirteen out of fourteen years than having the greatest run maybe ever in basketball history USTRY fans have to have hope. Yeah and I think many years ago at the warriors that were never you know. Maybe it'll be Antoine. Or maybe it'd be Larry Hughes user. Maybe it'd be Montiel's but there wasn't enough hope Steph Curry Klay Thompson. Draymond Green Steve. Kerr Bob Myers Joe Lak- chase center all of deadline schick lottery. Seventeen million dollar trade exception mid-level free agent that the hope isn't just Oh. I hope there's reality.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From here from the FitzGerald theater in Saint Paul Minnesota. You must be the new doctor Nettie, Paul bins. How do you do find? Thanks sorry to be short with you. But the can get stressful. You know, I'm not gonna lie. We're stretched pretty thin. Yeah. But in any job that must be done. There is an element of fun of. Yeah. Whatever glad you're here. Anyway, here's your patients list. Lemme unique thing, and it's what we have here. Mister thompson. I think it's wold a penny. No. You don't look. Well at all have you been getting enough exercise? Not really I'd recommend five minutes of stiffened time each morning. So like cross it. It's where you've done on the roof and click your heels all sweeping chimney. I live in a basement wonderful, then you can just pretend and I'd like to stop eating coins and start taking these pills. And remember a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go. I'm diabetic a spoonful of sugar will literally kill me. But if you don't take your medicine, I will have to tell your mother and father that you are a rather naughty little boy on forty six. Yes, you are doctor Dr we have a severe hand lacerations possible. Nerve injury. Me friend. Whatever is the matter by hand. And then the cat got jealous. And then she did it to we have to stop the bleeding. Give me one hundred CS of morphine, drip and attorney get stat right away. But just remember attorney attorney will stop the bad. But better. Yes, real quick. Oh, talk of cars and hounds have when you turn your upside. What is that? Even mean, just smile. This wonderful. We're going to have to amputate. Why don't forget to smile? Let's get into surgery. So perhaps one last wave while you still can. It's MRs pasternack providers of crashed. I think we've lost her on since. Let's see what we have here. That's nice. But if a flat note, she's flat lining. I see. Well, you know, what I always say when I'm feeling sad and confused, and I don't know what to do have no idea the topping. Top news top. How does that? I don't quite know. But it's much more fun than thinking about death. Hurry, please. Let me see what I have here in my bag lamp, some strawberry cordial and umbrella typical yes here it is a defibrillator clear here. She comes. Oh, it was so strange. I was moving toward a night. And then I heard someone singing about birds, and I knew I had to come back to find out what the hell atop Ince's. Well, that's for next time. The wind has changed. My work is done goodbye children. What am I still did that lady fly out the window.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Just again, this guy is just so nice. You know, what he isn't pretentious a diva? Yeah, he's not their taxes. So many NFL players and talk show host. That are just divas. And he is not a diva. No, he is. He is down to earth. He's you'll meet him on the street. He's extremely nice. He is what you see from Larry FitzGerald is what you get. Okay. He's such a decent. Man. I'll tell you. What why did he come back had to this to me was a no-brainer? Larry FitzGerald was coming back this year. You cannot go out the way last season petered out. I mean, it was bad from from the first snap of the year for the cardinals. And no one wants to go out with a three win season. Larry FitzGerald can still play. There's no doubt about it. Larry FitzGerald is not is not showing signs of wear and tear. He still I'll tell you what. Larry FitzGerald still wants to win. You know, why remember that when he remembered that that incident where he spiked the ball for the first time ever when Larry FitzGerald catches a pass. And it's a touchdown. He hands the ball to the referee. He's not one of these guys who likes to showboat, and he does. Like to spike the ball. But he spiked the ball. And a lot of people made made a lot out of that. He was frustrated he hates to lose. He wants to win. He wants to be here in Arizona. Betrayed traded. And I think when he did spike that ball it showed how much fire he still has. And for all the bad stories that we've gone over in the big four at four. This is a good one. Larry FitzGerald comes back and MAC is a guy who goes to.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I also we're also thinking about doing it chapter by chapter, and then I'll talk to some of the principles we consulted in the writing the articles that might be interesting way to do that to also please drama Instagram site. Dr drew Pinski DR, drew Pinski. I'm gonna be doing some live as sort of inscribed TV stuff there. So I'm going to try to get more active there. So please be part of that come on that site and look for their I guess, it is Mark FitzGerald Mark has the elite training system. Fitzgerald ATS dotcoms Rican. Find them if I t's E G R A L D at FitzGerald ATS for the training system. Is that where you can find the Twitter handle and tell me about this system? You were you were you were these strength and condition. Coach Anaheim ducks nutrition training station for tarot Hockey League leading trainer visor told them for under armor candidate. And you've been doing this stuff for a long time. What is the something different? Or is that what you've been using all along actually is my facilities three facilities currently in Canada just outside of Toronto Ontario. So. ETS is really you got to come even closer to this thing is really athletic performance training. So I'm still currently the head of performance for the Anaheim ducks entering the my fourth season. So I've been doing that for a while used to work for the Tronto Maple Leafs, which is a big Brandon hockey. So a lot of work in hockey. But realistically, the is really just performance training for athletes, so professional athletes or for. Yeah. I mean, we we touch a lot of different aspects in terms of who we deal with we go from regular Joes youth sports. But yeah, a lot of it is professional athletes. I work at ton in hockey, just because of my background Canadian. We all kind of play, but I work with NFL athletes. Cfl came football league. So I think the average person listening is gonna wanna know what can I do? Or what do you kind of, you know, tricks for me, you know, what there's not a lot of tricks. Unfortunately, I think you know, from here Newspeak before I think it kind of speak that same language it's discipline. It's doing the same things. And you know, staying consistent. We judge our program. We get a regular Joes in. And we say don't judge it after ninety days..

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well today lunch was on Larry FitzGerald. That's right from twelve to five at a deli in Scottsdale off of granite, reef and McDonald, I think right. That intersection. There is a deli that was owned or has been on since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven buy Manny seventy nine years old and unfortunately as terminal cancer. Yeah. Joe casella? Casella was Italian deli from noon to five today FitzGerald brought everybody lunch now. I don't know if he I think he was trying to show up and he showed up shown up later, but he just basically told the owner. Hey, let everybody let here, basically. I mean, basically gave the guy a blank check and said, right, whatever it is the end of the day fill it in. Here's my signature, and please if you do order, something, please donate to this man's family. Because he's having a hard time with bills, and like, I said fighting cancer. I guess Fangio went in there for lunch a lot. Yeah. And and and a ton of people showed up, and Larry FitzGerald like you said had a personal connection also to players had a personal connection because this man and his family were a big booster a big supporter of Suara high school football program the program and two players Christian Kirk and DJ foster they play they play. Played their high school ball at swallow. High claim for the cardinals. How cool is that? It is cool. It's very cool of Larry FitzGerald to do it. You know, I think there like two reasons why I think he did this. I think one let's give the guy some money. I like him. He's got a lot of bills. He's gotta pay. So let's do that. But the other reason I think FitzGerald did it was he gave a dying man at the thrill of a lifetime. This this man joke Casella. It's all smiles today sitting in that restaurant people coming in wishing him. Well, you know, saying that praying for you. Hey, you know, what I love this place. You know, we we love you Joe, and they donate a few bucks. And I think he was just the center of attention today. What a great day what an awesome day FitzGerald gave a dying man the thrill of a lifetime. He was. I mean, you look around town. Joe Casella was a big story today. Yes. That's pretty cool and Larry. Yeah. Made it a big story and good for him. How many times have we talked about Larry FitzGerald doing stuff for other people doing stuff for the people of Arizona? And again, I'll bring it up. John McCain, his good friend died of cancer. I would not be surprised if the legend of John McCain has affected and Larry Larry Fitzgerald's mom died of cancer. Yeah. I mean, there is sympathy in this man's heart. For people fighting the good fight and good for him for for standing up and doing this for this guy. Do we know Becky Lynn if he showed up? No, I just checked with Alli who's there all afternoon, and if he showed up he was between the time she left to come back. So we do not know. Okay. Because I'm sure that place would be mobbed even more yet when he showed up. Well, you know, we do MAC and Gaydos, pay tribute to a teacher every month. We give a thousand dollars the very for a couple years ago. The very first time we were going to do it. We had Larry FitzGerald on the show, and we welcomed him in. And we had been talking about tribute to a teacher, and I remember FitzGerald Saint. Yeah. I'll double it. Here's a thousand dollars. Yeah. Just right off the bat right right.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Didn't Got to give Larry FitzGerald. From credit And he talked about their friendship and how it was, John McCain, would text him and say come on you gotta give it a little bit more out there and. Apparently. There they were very close friends wow. And I thought that was just great I had, to bring it at. Because I just I just loved, it when I, heard, it this. Morning I. Was, like oh that's great that's great yeah that's the kind of. Thing you want at a memorial service Not. Necessarily. Dwell on the fact that the man. Is no longer with us but look back in, humorous reflection in pick. Up on some things that that, made that relationship, so, so unique. Because it. Was, very unique you mentioned you know I have long flowing locks I just thought it was that it was very very very well done so congratulations to Larry I euro for pulling making the NFL proud? Of, making making the NFL what it should be I should say that they just don't see that anymore I always see all. The negative, stuff out of the NFL you know. When it comes to either the anthem protest. Or domestic, violence situations or just. Bad stuff yeah, this, guy. As a, constantly makes it very well aware very aware that. He is. A good citizen and let's face it eulogizing someone especially a, war hero, like, John. McCain that is, a tough tough, job, to, do, I, mean that's. A huge crowd you're dealing with, yes yes in engine pull it off that, that eloquently is just fantastic all right up next flashback up for grabs at,.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Good a wordpress dot com slash pmt to create your website that's wordpress dot com slash pmt fifteen percent off a brand new website wordpress dot com slash pmt wordpress dot com slash pmt go get it set up right now the internet is the future all right here he is head football coach north west wildcats pat fitzgerald all right we now welcome on very special guest he is the head coach of the northwestern wildcats it's pat fitzgerald coach we gotta start with one very important question are we not classing enough to go in the new facility yeah well we had a badger you know yeah we had to make sure we kept him in my office we're sitting in your dumpy no offense but you're dumpy office when you have a you know what is it five hundred million dollar new facility this is probably about half of what your dorm look like madison yeah come on we we don't deserve it maybe next time where cats right right well you know big catch i town yeah a badger but that's just an honor to have you guys here yeah the honors all yours no doubt man i mean this is a big day for me you guys i mean this is this is important we'll you're you are the quintessential football guy and we know that because you are natural in college yes so the game was played about it the with this office in the mid nineties so if you didn't have neck row you couldn't move so it took about twenty seventeen from your bathroom my neck against much better i missed the neck rolls i like when you see like a fullback in the nfl devlin is a guy that wears the big cowboy collar i'd like to see those making comeback.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"Talk about the giants let's see who else wish should we talk about yeah we'll do twelve teams so me go to me tell you what teams jetsgiants will go with the bears the bucks let's see how many teams that four already adding that's four go the bears box go and then get we're not talking about the teams out of not what us we x where he talked about those who talk about them we'll talk about the broncos we'll talk about dolphins adding that six already and we'll figure out the other six after that 'cause you know pretty much just will figure it out as we go all right so we talk about those teams start and then i guess and for the next couple segments will be doing the other teams to solve let's get it started larry fitzgerald let's talk about him let's talk about him come back for his fifteenth season let's talk about him being one of the best receivers of all time let's talk about the fact that larry fitzgerald for some reason just has it hasn't been one of those receivers that are talked about in the same conversation as they best of all time not not randy moss throw loewen's jerry rice jerry rice conversation there is not even in the conversation with guys like antonio brown the unjury hopkins julio jones all right did from pretty undervalued i think for most of his career and i think maybe that has to do with the fact that leaf is jailed is just been so consistent night do has been one of the best receivers in the league year after year pretty much since he's been in the league inning is what yeah draft in two thousand four i believe let me see me double check these deaths from their officially i've been linked since one thousand four dudes been extremely good since he's been in there i mean his rookie your head fifty receptions for seven hundred eighty yards and what you have two eight t h downs art second your had over a hundred receptions had fourteen hundred yards ten touchdowns there and look at his last three seasons.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Talk about the giants let's see who else wish should we talk about yeah we'll do twelve teams so me go to me tell you what teams jetsgiants will go with the bears the bucks let's see how many teams that four already adding that's four go the bears box go and then get we're not talking about the teams out of not what us we x where he talked about those who talk about them we'll talk about the broncos we'll talk about dolphins adding that six already and we'll figure out the other six after that 'cause you know pretty much just will figure it out as we go all right so we talk about those teams start and then i guess and for the next couple segments will be doing the other teams to solve let's get it started larry fitzgerald let's talk about him let's talk about him come back for his fifteenth season let's talk about him being one of the best receivers of all time let's talk about the fact that larry fitzgerald for some reason just has it hasn't been one of those receivers that are talked about in the same conversation as they best of all time not not randy moss throw loewen's jerry rice jerry rice conversation there is not even in the conversation with guys like antonio brown the unjury hopkins julio jones all right did from pretty undervalued i think for most of his career and i think maybe that has to do with the fact that leaf is jailed is just been so consistent night do has been one of the best receivers in the league year after year pretty much since he's been in the league inning is what yeah draft in two thousand four i believe let me see me double check these deaths from their officially i've been linked since one thousand four dudes been extremely good since he's been in there i mean his rookie your head fifty receptions for seven hundred eighty yards and what you have two eight t h downs art second your had over a hundred receptions had fourteen hundred yards ten touchdowns there and look at his last three seasons.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on Overdue

"A k like if i if i had to do talk about the eyes of tucker tj echo berg it would just be about like it's like y'all everybody wants to leave something behind right like that's wait leg is drives ally yeah yeah butter vis vis persons legacy is like some dumb half add that resides over basically mortar it does it does sound like a really low reds version of the eye of sour and like nobody even remembers what happened to this dude and steve just got these big creepy add eyes like watching you all the time like that is very disturbing in and very like yeah a bill belies the promise of the roaring twenties i think just sure maybe to see the symbol of of abandonment and decay link residing over this area sure at it's just lodged in my brain because that's the year of english class where you start really what i read it when you start really diving into how authors use symbolism or at least how symbolism crops up because i know that uh fitzgerald men it to be like god watching over this place disdainfully or it's a vacuum of meaning that just sits up there on a billboard um i think like a whole lot of symbols that resonate and work it's probably like it's got ford of 10 valid readings that depend on where you are or what you think it means to the characters um that's always a something at stuck in my brain about this book um i'm terrell just hidden up spark nets uae agassi what scholars stink of things yeah get into the academia throughout the novel fitzgerald's suggest the symbols only a meaning because characters instilled them with meaning great okay oh i think that we can base that we're basically allowed hurry whatever we want into the eyes because things only have meaning because we think that they do perfect so and i my reading of what they are zontur percent correct rick i'm glad that you got it so right um and then what's up with the boats at the end ceaselessly the past were born there i yes so.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To you ten sixteen as you time i'm scott fitzgerald thank you for listening coming up an hour from now we're gonna be talking to peter brookes was lydia heritage foundation about a north korea he's an expert on on that neck of the woods hydrogen bombs nuclear bombs the difference and what we might be looking forward to and i use that phrase kinda tongueincheek because arnold the anybody's looking forward to what might be coming our way speaking of coming our way at least as far as the united states goes hurricane erma and jeff you know with the a weather channel joins us here now this thing hopped up from a three to afford to a five in very short order what made that happened jeff the condition say any any storms that are are kind of introduced into that part of the the board the world really you come out of africa of course is a wave and then you get into the the verde islands and all of a sudden you've got that uh that warm air or the warm i'm sorry warm moist conditions and then of course the ocean conditions it just had nothing in the way no love in any kind of land thous landscape type thing that could tear it apart like we see some times when it does kinda scrape over portions of both the dominican in cuba where some of the higher elevations can tear apart a storm nothing like that it's had nothing but water to churn in and with daddy was able to develop all of this energy and the last day or so the eye has been truly developed and of course as you said we have gone now to a category five storm where we're looking at two hundred seventy five mph sustain win so valued has ramped up rapidly so when you say the eye has fully developed contrast that between and neither is not fully develop what does it was at me not a lot of rotation i had a very disorganized storm a you won't see much of an eye morton looks looks more like just a cluster of storms this one has gone from that two very well organized and now that's obviously the the most in tents winds are right there in the eye and just watching the picture of this progress over the last couple of days has been absolutely amazing and with.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To you ten sixteen as you time i'm scott fitzgerald thank you for listening coming up an hour from now we're gonna be talking to peter brookes was lydia heritage foundation about a north korea he's an expert on on that neck of the woods hydrogen bombs nuclear bombs the difference and what we might be looking forward to and i use that phrase kinda tongueincheek because arnold the anybody's looking forward to what might be coming our way speaking of coming our way at least as far as the united states goes hurricane erma and jeff you know with the a weather channel joins us here now this thing hopped up from a three to afford to a five in very short order what made that happened jeff the condition say any any storms that are are kind of introduced into that part of the the board the world really you come out of africa of course is a wave and then you get into the the verde islands and all of a sudden you've got that uh that warm air or the warm i'm sorry warm moist conditions and then of course the ocean conditions it just had nothing in the way no love in any kind of land thous landscape type thing that could tear it apart like we see some times when it does kinda scrape over portions of both the dominican in cuba where some of the higher elevations can tear apart a storm nothing like that it's had nothing but water to churn in and with daddy was able to develop all of this energy and the last day or so the eye has been truly developed and of course as you said we have gone now to a category five storm where we're looking at two hundred seventy five mph sustain win so valued has ramped up rapidly so when you say the eye has fully developed contrast that between and neither is not fully develop what does it was at me not a lot of rotation i had a very disorganized storm a you won't see much of an eye morton looks looks more like just a cluster of storms this one has gone from that two very well organized and now that's obviously the the most in tents winds are right there in the eye and just watching the picture of this progress over the last couple of days has been absolutely amazing and with.

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"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"fitzgerald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Wbt hi i'm scott fitzgerald englishman an hour from now but eleven of three congressman richard hudson is going to be joining us shenda talking about the camaraderie that was felt all over the hill yesterday a lot of shooting can via the injury the wounding of and this was really so get to that also later in this hour we're gonna talk about the obstruction of justice situation that is going on here with you at the president and the investigation by muller a witchhunt that still the one of the phrases that being used by the white house or to characterize what is happening and i have a feeling that there the gears the starting to get to some higher gears here who knows how long the investigation is going to go i would imagine that money laundering which is one of the things that seems to be coming to the forefront takes a long time to figure out may be funded mobsters not so much but the money laundering that they are considering and that's that's complicated stuff man i look at a spreadsheet and lose my mind my eyes glaze over can't imagine what it's like when you're dealing with your big huge dike reparations in partnerships and and overseas shell companies which is the the current discussion so let's not forget something that's going on in south carolina wherever tragedy you listen to the emotion in putnam county sheriff howard sills voice here they need to surrender we fan salt tube room the murder crash flash the blood on march blood on his shoes course we're talking about donny russell row and ricky dubos these are the two george inmates who killed their guards and escaped from a prison bus and the situation is they've stolen a second vehicle as they try to stay ahead of a massive man hunt more from howard silk rush hoist 645 this morning battle highway 16 between here part of georgia those are the parliament of corrections bush say.

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