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Philip Rivers and Kirk Cousins' Season Outlook
"This has become a big part of the season. The the quarterback lawyers out there so it became a topic that i talked about on monday because of the romo defending brady and basically criticizing arians but it seems like a lot of the athletes. Hate the Law offices of romo and collins worth all of these guys that seem to protect the quarterback but then it was another level for the monday night. Game with wentz where people were so mad. Anytime brian greasy would be like well actually was a screen and they missed the block here and it was on again and it looks a lot of guys i used to work with. Espn like name is. They know they are. They got so mad about the. The defense of any of these. Quarterbacks is fair when it comes to the stuff you're at home your home just like the rest of us are watching these games. They give me a break of the tampa thing and then wentz. Yeah i mean. I don't think either quarterbacks in a good situation right now when you look at those two guys. But i also think there's some i mean to to absolve either. One of them of blame is crazy to me. Neither one of our plan well So that to me. It's kind of more a little bit more nuance there. I don't think either one of them are in the right system. That fits what they do right now and the other side of it as well. But that's where you find yourself. Your job is to execute with the situation. You find yourself in. i think carson's little carson's is is is a longer story About everything that's going on there with him to me. He looks like somebody who's kind of just completely lost his confidence you know. See what a guy it out in hoops curious around like in football. We talk about guys to start guiding the ball right. They don't they don't have any confidence or trust and you're really trying to guide the ball and then you end up with some really bad messes. I don't know if a shooter go through a slump. What what that looks like. But that's what it looks like with carson. There's nothing like a quarterback who's lost confidence it really. I think eventually like if you're a decent shooter not just going to not be able to shoot for year. Because you're bummed out. I mean paul george in the bubble so whatever But i don't know what the excuse was another playoff games. I think the biggest thing that you'll notice basketball is a guy who was a guy coming back from some kind of injury and he's good to go it's not like he doesn't trust his knee. And you played a lot of basketball. He's just stuff around the rim. he's inbetween decisions. Sometimes you just forget to drive usually remember used to drive past guys but eventually all that stuff goes away. I don't think there's anything as long lasting in basketball is there is is. The quarterback is completely lost. And then you'll see guys who lose so much confidence they start changing the way they've played like that's one of the crazy things about the cousin story. Is that cousins. Was somebody who took no chances to kind of make his way into the game. And then he had some decent statistical seasons and then he actually started. I think chuck in the ball a lot last year. Know what he actually came around. And then you know. He has dug game after they beat the saints. Which wasn't surprising to me. And then the beginning of this year. He was chuckling at all over the place and they were terrible for complete like changed who they became as a team with cook and yet cousins was great. Cousins will have these moments where he's like two completely different guys which is my biggest with ever putting him up in higher group with with some other people have them up there but cousins to me like in some areas. There's some similarities to rivers. And that i always felt like with rivers man if if if he hits that that hot stretch for him when he get. The postseason like flat goes agree. Example flack over sixteen seventeen games in any season his career. Like you're not. You're not going to buy that as a change of quarterback but he always had that ceiling for manufacturing it for three or four weeks. He's capable of doing that in off they go. I've always kinda put rivers in that category. That if he could get in the tournament and just had to have one of those hot streaks he could carry them and cousins is kind of like the the next version of that were I don't trust kirk over sixteen games but in a three or four game stretch. If you've got the good version kirk cousins like that's that's dangerous. He could actually do something. I always like rivers way more cousins. I wouldn't say this version of rivers but you know he's more accomplished definitely more -ccomplish but i'm just still saying that that rivers his hot stretches lasted longer than any of kirks hot stretches. But i've seen rivers put together three unbelievable games and then just added nowhere. You're like dude what what happened. Like just a clunker can happen so that that to me is where i find a little bit of the similarity there.
"flack" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Let's have a look at the money. What situation sponsored by Bring Central, the global leader in cloud communication and collaboration Solutions. Jason Stand sales force is weighing on the market after making its biggest purchase that its history by in San Francisco neighbor slack for $27.7 billion Salesforce CEO mark many off called Slack one of the most beloved platforms and enterprise software history, saying it's a match made in heaven with the two firms shaping the future of the way everyone works in the all digital work from anywhere world. Flack's got heavy competition with Zoom and Microsoft teams. Slack stock is moving lower, not the usual move for a company being purchased above its market cap. But that's because slack stock rose 30% last week. In the Wall Street Journal first reported that deal was going to be taking place and shares its sales force are moving lower The usual case for company making a big purchase salesforce down by 7.5%. And that's weighing on the NASDAQ, which is moving lower by 11 points. But the Dow and the S and P have turned positive after negative starts, and some of that help is coming from Boeing. Its stock is surging higher by nearly 3%. After Reuters reported that Ryanair is looking to order dozens of 7 37 Max is now that regulators have cleared the max for flying after being grounded for 20 months following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. Getting word from the job market that the gain from private businesses in November came in at 307,000, and that was the weakest gain since July on the money Watch Jason Brooks, KCBS. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready?.
There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History
"Fictionalized. History is essentially where you take something out of history and event or person and you sprinkle on a little bit of featuring a little bit of creative and poetic license if you like to try and make that story. More relatable more understandable more relevant to a modern audience perhaps and a great example of that would be some of these series. That you see on netflix or movies that you see on netflix. For example like the crown. Which is the story of the british royal family now. The current series has just recently launched. And it's cop the bit of flack for historical inaccuracies. And that's led to a conversation about the role of fictionalized history. Because in a way it's a lie. It's not a truth. But then the people who defend this version this autistic version is fictionalized of history. Will tell you that the truth is generally a failing nuance thing truth and reality of failing nuanced. And it's pretty hard to get those nuances across in maybe a ten episode series or two l. movie but by by adding a little creative round the story as low as it's true to the overall message it's actually a much better way to get that message across and to get a better understanding of the reality of history maybe the truth of history but the reality of history and it's something that i heard russell brand talking about today where he talked about the truthfulness which i think is a great would describe it because it's not strictly speaking. The truth is not the facts but it actually really is reality. Probably if it's done well and most people tend to say that this current series of the crown is still getting the overall message across. It's not necessarily the one hundred percent of the things that happened off. Factually correct about the truthfulness of it is still there. And i think the thing that they're coming across now is. The current series is about margaret thatcher. Times and princess diana's times which this people alive today still recall those events and so they poking holes in the history whereas the facts of the history whereas in previous episodes previous series. Sorry of the same show. They were talking so far back. That people weren't necessarily alive to question. So i think in a world of fake news. I think it's an interesting perspective. to think about. The truth innis of fictionalized history. Because if you really want to tell a story you've gotta get it relevant to today's audience. You've got to get the audience engaged. And i think a little bit of fiction around the facts is probably a good way to do it again. In light of the world the world of fake news that we live in that fake news era that has been created around us. I just think it's an interesting perspective on a friday.
Ellen Pompeo Hints at Grey's Anatomy End, Khloe Defends Kim's 40th B-Day Trip Amid Backlash
"It's time for some daily. Pop Morgan. Is out today suggested I joined once again by actress kitchen night polio. Thank you for joining us from Georgia. Loving for having me. Thank you. says. They do even. Just in case. Well, thank you very awesome. I want some. Okay. One of your favorite TV shows may be ending grey's anatomy has been on for fifteen years and Ellen pompeo just made a very shocking confession about what is next she tells variety. We don't know when the show is really ending it, but the truth is this year could be at this is also the last year of Ellen's contract. Okay. So Justin. Do you think they should end the show now while they're on top because people are still loving the show. Grey's anatomy is Kinda Sorta like young and the restless in the sense that like it can go forever and could miss a whole year. I'm back watched two episodes and then be caught up again you know what I mean. Yeah and the answer minds right and almost reminds me of the time. Do you remember when the hills was I going off Air Lauren Conrad was going to walk out the church and it was going to finish and she thought the curtains were going. To close and all of a sudden kristen cavalieri walks in and they revamp did I think Ellen pump? POMPEO is gray but the show can survive without her but can't survive without Shonda see. So Shonda, of course, just send them big NETFLIX's deal and it's to my understanding from what I was reading that she is literally parting ways with ABC completely, which may mean she's not GonNa have our hands on this show as much as she has in the past maybe not at all. And without shining once you've created show. Yeah. But once you've created a show, it's your show and I mean who's changed things happen we don't know how her contract is structured it could just be humming net flicks. One hundred percent but do I mean I think ABC has Shonda rhimes was so early in her career I don't think any see would have given Shonda. rhimes so much ownership over that show where she could move it to ABC but I think that Shonda rhimes, this voice, her blood, her sweat is so in this show that yes if shot arrives went to Netflix she will still get her coins from this show and she will let Iran. We'll be run by somebody else. That's does her voice. Okay. So listen I know somebody who used to write for how to get away with murder and he told me that his job was literally pointless because he says we were instructed to come in with ideas and we always did we came in and we said here's this. Here's that here's this but it always went with whatever Shauna had envisioned. Thank you for your ideas. Those are good and all but. We're going to do this. Appreciates the help but what did you say? No I said well, clearly, she has something you know I know it can be frustrating for someone to shoot down your ideas but the longevity of her career and all the shows that she is there's a reason why they've been successful and I know the Debbie Allen has been doing a lot with race mad at me. You know. You never know she still no matter she goes to net she still you know that's still her show. They can't take that away even if she starts creating another network. One hundred percent you know what? I am all about being petty and I heard about the drama shameless ABC for not giving Shonda that extra fast pass at Disneyland Shame on you. But if I'm Shonda RHIMES, I don't give y'all keep the show going on still get the cash I'm not gonNA. You know bitch and fuss about it. I have two kids got college should be four and I love living fancy like Oprah. We'll see what happens but I know there's some diehard grey's anatomy fans that are just not ready to say goodbye yet. So we will have to wait and see okay Khloe Kardashian has a message for the people who are hitting on Kim's birthday trip. She told Ellen Degeneres. She knows this year has been very frustrating for everyone but there Was a good thing. I did hear that people were upset that we all went out of town but also its her fortieth, and this is something that she really wanted to do for us. It was such a nice thing and being there with all the precautions and everything that we took and being there and how grateful everybody was for the tourism aspect of it and how. So many people said that we were their first party or guests that they've had in months and what it's done like for them to be able to pay their bills or to do. So for their family I mean just hearing those. Yeah. Messages when we were there, it was really a we felt really good and we felt so safe. So safe Wow. You know I knew the minute that first photo went. Oh, here we go. It's GonNa be a firestorm and For me I went to Cynthia Bailey's wedding in Atlanta and a lot of people were giving flack about that I thought about it for ten seconds and when it's a milestone, a wedding or fortieth birthday or something. Of that magnitude, it's hard. Skip it. It's hard to say or I'll just wait until next year. So I completely understand why there was so much backlash but I also understand why you wanted to continue in go on with it because you know sometimes. Life Yeah Kisha. And and the truth is that you know they did everything I think unfortunately, the Kardashian. Sometimes are just a position where you're kind of damned if you do damned if you don't. I'm not mad at him. I'm like, go ahead live your best life you share money you should be able to spend it how you WANNA spend it and they did everything they could to keep people safe in terms of quarantine in terms of getting Kobe task I mean, what more can you ask for it? Some people are upset because they don't have the option to do it, but you know sometimes you you can't just live perilously through the and plan your trip that newest you.
More Than 19,000 Whole Foods and Amazon Employees Had Documented Cases of COVID-19
"Tyler according to blog post Amazon says that over nineteen thousand US workers contracted coronavirus over six months. Amazon says that that accounts for just less than one and a half percent of US frontline workers contracting the virus now over the last few months there have been many calls for Amazon to publish this information. So this is the first time that we're hearing from. Amazon. You know a specific number of cases infections at the warehouses and it also I should know tyler comes on the back on the heels of a report talking about places safety. So there are also called for Amazon to publish more information be more transparent around injuries at its warehouses back again, Tyler this. Coast Amazon saying that nineteen thousand US workers contracted coronavirus. Six months. Estimating, putting sharp numbers on it that way, Deirdre. Thank you very much, Dan. Nathan. Let me turn to you as we follow some of the chirons that were there. This was one point, four percent of their total workforce, nineteen, thousand US workers. But they say that the incidents within that workforce is lower than you might expect when compared with the general population. So I assume Amazon, would say it goes to the to the to the point that we are doing the best. We can to protect our workers and we're doing a pretty doggone good job of it. Yeah I think depot kind of nailed it a little bit is transparency over the last six months is probably the reason why though catch some flack for it but if you just look and see how the stock is traded and you go and look and see it results I, mean they basically one the pandemic for all intents and purposes their workers were frontline. Workers, they created a vaccinated retail supply chain that kept a lot of citizens in this country going at a time where we know that a lot of bricks and mortar retail were closed. So at the end of the day, this is a company has definitely faced a lot of criticism about wages. They pay their workers that sort of thing. This is just something. That will be piled on especially by some of those people in Washington who really don't like Amazon. So to me, it's more of a little PR thing I just think at the end of the day it's not something that will be focused on by stock market investors for too
008. Cloak & Dagger (1984) - burst 02
"So we have, we have alternative from IMDB and then. I also took a ton writing my own cam. Oh, now I can't say it's very short but it made me laugh walsum rising it. I'll read it that anyway but his imdb Barry Short two sentences basically okay. Clerk Dagga, a young boy and his imaginary friend end up on the run while in possession of a top secret spy gadget. Yeah. Doesn't it doesn't tell you too much about it we like that. We usually give people credit for not saying too much now his mind. I you sat comfortably you have a drink. I'm good I'm good. Go some lunch. Good. Okay. I'm not a writer people. You're gonNA tell into this. Cloak and dagger eleven year old lady still reeling from the loss of his mother I'm with his father busy with work turns to the only way he knows how to deal with grief spied stories. Then begins to save delusions of a spine named Jack flack. However, this secret agent seems to have it in Theon Davey and begins to advise him to do dangerous things. This escalates to the point where flax begins to advise Davey to run into oncoming traffic and begin killing people. Simultaneously I'm not done. Simultaneously Davies two friends and annoying girl on a twinkie obsessed twenty something likes to hang out with much younger kids offer him no respite. During Ole, this David is accidentally involved in spy plot of his own where he goes against every bit of advice, a young child is given and does not report it to the proper authorities almost resulting in his demise and the loss of governmental secrets. Yeah. I mean it's gotTa
Pre-commit Framework: Git Hook Scripts
"Be looking for employment after that I might turn out in my turn out your program right now you can do it. Awesome. It was always a chance the for sure you've got to give it a shot. That's awesome. Well, let's talk about this project that you've been. Working on for a while, but like I said, has gotten a little bit of traction a lot of traction lately because of tools like black in other things that have made recommit hooks awesome and exciting all the sudden. But before we talk about what you've been doing, let's talk about the idea recommit hoax in general. Sure. What is this for a lot of people who are like? Yeah I kinda what it is I kind of use that or maybe if even used like Zip. Zip and name of a date as a source of. Final one one. But yeah, the idea behind get hooked specifically the because I think that's probably the one that most people get the most interaction with. But there are a bunch of commands in get where you can register call backs as scripts to either do like validation or seen some people use it to like send emails or like close tickets all sorts of other The main focus around get hooks to me is the pre commit hook where you can do glinting. And Code Validation Code formatting you can run tests or other stuff like that I guess the pre push hook is another one that's also kind of big in that same space where you want to do validation of your changes before you send them off to like. Right. So you like maybe reject some kind of reject the get push if the formatting is wrong or the header is missing or something like that, right you can take a lot of those like. Easy validate things and do them in a kind of a quick fast manner before you would do your larger test suite or something catch a syntax era before you spend a bunch of time spinning up systems, right? Well, speaking to see I to me this seems like the next natural progression from having I, do these tests, right so there's different levels. The developer should probably be reading in running tests and making sure that the test passed they should be like formatting their code before they check it in stuff like that but when you work. On a team, my experience has been there's a wide wide range of how much people are willing to do that how much they care about those kinds of things and what that means is maybe you have CI continuous integration that runs automatically during check in once check has done and so then they might check in something might say, Oh, the bill does now broken because you didn't bother to run the test, but you broke the tests but because you didn't run them, you didn't know it. So now tree falls in a forest. Here's right. And that sort of thing, and so then you end up the situation, the people that care about the build, working half the track down the person who broke it who didn't actually care is just these layers of like annoying type of thing, and if you can make the push that validation to the location where the person is and all the people rights even if you care like, you might not want to break the build. You might rather just get a warning or just automatically have it fixed and pre-committed commit hook seemed like that's the natural place that. Kind of mentality I always had is. If I'm waiting 'til CIA to get feedback on nitpicks around commas or white space syntax or whatever that to me is way too late in the process because I've already like out you know I've pushed I've already gone off to the next thing I'm already answering my email are looking and get habitual user. Talking in slack or whatever and like I've already conduct switched to a completely different situation in I could've been. I assume do as good because. In pushed right I never make mistakes. So yeah, exactly. Zero Fault Code get pushed. The final action now you're done, right? Yeah but like it was. Frustrating. To make a push on, then have some either build system telling me that something was wrong or in view someone was like Oh awhile you could have reordered these imports. So they are alphabetical or something it's just like, yeah, this is a big waste time. Let's Kinda. Put this as far towards the developers possible such that we can be a better a better situation. The other thing I think is interesting around these ideas is. There's been studies that have shown that people are more willing to take. nitpicky advice from a computer than from human. There's like, okay. Well, the computer requires that I have this kind of white space for this kind of imitation are like this type of fort like you said, order alphabetical ordering or whatever, and when it comes from a person in a code review, it's like well, that person is just a jerk, right? I, wrote good coach. Taking this flack for this thing. So having this happen like automatically think takes away the need to review the kind of stuff. It takes away the need to complain and be that that person that does that you can even go farther with tools like black where it doesn't just complain a just goes I fixed it for you actually the way that I usually talk about this like the absolute. The worst situation that a human tells you that something is wrong the next situation that like. A CI system tells you that something's wrong better than that. Is that an automated local tool tells you that something is wrong and the Golden Standard is that an automated tool just fixes it for me I. Don't don't have to worry about it all it just makes it happen. Yeah, and it also results. You don't have this sort of like dueling alternate format style, right? Like if I like working pie chart, you'd like to work in vs code our formatting rules vary ever so slightly. Commas between parameters or there to space between the Coal Nana type annotation. We both reformatting document they cycle back and forth right and this way you can sort of just hit it with the same format. Right before goes every time. Of course I'm at also helps with things like get blame really noticing when patches or
Apple Faces Backlash on iOS 14 Ad Privacy from Facebook and Game Developers
"Apple's take more flack over its advertising move or Rather. It's moved to stop advertisers from tracking users across absent websites without their knowledge. You. Probably remember the move about which I'm talking in case you don't apple insider explains saying the changes in Iowa fourteen apply to fire for advertisers or ide- FAA tags. which allow advertisers to collect aggregate data about users without harvesting their personally identifiable information in IOS fourteen apple is requiring that absent advertisers obtained permission from users to track them across APPS and websites owned by other companies through a prominent pop up box. Give people the option to have that not happen. Advertisers figure people might opt to have that not happen. And so apple insider says the Partnership for responsible addressable media has written a letter to Apple. It's hoping to engage in a dialogue with apple before it pulls the trigger on the privacy feature. That was supposed to happen with the release of West Fourteen hearing the hue and Cry Apple pushed the privacy feature out too early next year. According to apple insider while the letter praises Apple's decision to delay enforcement of the new privacy features it requests an urgent meeting to ensure we use that additional time to launch a collaborative process to address widespread questions and concerns around these upcoming changes. In particular, the letter reads we hope to better understand the specific rationale for such changes, how the changes will be implemented and what steps might be taken by marketers, publishers, developers, and other parties to ensure that critical functionality is preserved. Taking a less conciliatory approach with the CEO of Instagram CNBC ran a piece over the weekend that had Adam Maseri chief executive of the facebook subsidiary saying it'll push back on the. FAA, changes on the way. massery would apparently have people believe that his concern is for the little guy. Wait probably the instagram user is the little guy. Instagram as of course, the big guy so I guess his concern is for the middleman. Appearing. On CNBC's squawk box massery said if the ecosystem changes in the way that advertisers can't really measure their return on investment that's really going to be yes. Somewhat problematic for our business, but it's going to be problematic for all the big ad platforms roughly equally. So I'm not that worried about it over the long run. It's going to be much much more problematic for all the small businesses. There are millions of them out there that rely on to target customers and reach those customers particularly during a pandemic when they're hurting. We believe that there's a way to be really responsible and give people control over their data and transparency into their data but without cutting off our understanding and therefore operating blind. Somehow this ties in. To massery to apple having too much power. Quoting the again, they haven't immense amount of power. They can just decide we can't launch new APPS. At any given moment, we've seen a series of articles and even some lawsuits on their influence and power over developers over the last couple months. He seems to be zipping past the part where apple in this case is giving power to the users. Eventually.
Who Were the Wild West's 'Petticoat Rulers'?
"The United States continues to lag in terms of the representation of women in government. As of June twenty twenty, we ranked eighty first out of one hundred ninety three countries. One perhaps unlikely town became known for unprecedented progressiveness a century ago, Jackson! Wyoming In May of nineteen twenty, yes, three months before the nineteenth amendment nationally recognized women's right to even vote an all female nicknamed the petticoat rulers established order in this wild. West, town. Wyoming was ahead of its time. In terms of women's suffrage back in eighteen, sixty nine, it had been the first territory or state in the union to pass a law. Guaranteeing women the right to vote. We spoke by email with Morgan Jawan. Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and museum. She said this may be a bit dramatic, but I often say that Jackson could very easily faded into landscape in the early twentieth century. If not for these women, this was a rugged place, incredibly difficult to settle while Jackson had a strong community where everyone helped each other out, there was very little emphasis on government and civic responsibility. It may be tough to believe that an all female government could have ruled a small town in twentieth century. America, when sexism still remains a major barrier in modern politics, but on May Eleventh Nineteen, twenty, Jackson elected Grace Miller as mayor and rose crabtree made Loney Festina height and Genevieve van flack as council members, the five women claimed victory over an all male roster, and crabtree even beat out her husband Henry for the position. This landmark win was no accident, either the election drew the most voters. The town had seen at that point, and in many cases, the women dominated their male opponents spy margin of two to one. While towns in Kansas and Utah had already elected all-female town councils in eighteen, Eighty, eight and nineteen twelve respectively, this election was a major turning point Yellen said the all Women Town Council of Nineteen twenty stepped up and shaped the town into the place. We know in love today. They graded the streets. They expanded electrical service and installed streetlamps. They established the first town cemetery and built the town's budget. Be Able to continue serving community members. According to a nineteen twenty two article from the Delineate or magazine, there was only two hundred dollars in town coffers when the women took office due to uncollected fines and taxes. As the article states. went out personally and collected every Senate due to the town from those who ignored the notices. Before the end of a fortnight, there was two thousand dollars in the treasury. Things didn't necessarily all start out with a Flash Bang. Though Yellen said a funny story I'd always heard all women town council had formalized the square, and until recently I assumed that meant creating the park like square. We see today, but what it actually meant was that these councilman as they called themselves and official documents simply prohibited the grazing of cattle on the town square. You have to start somewhere. As for what inspired the women to effect lasting change. Yellen says their methods and motives were rather simple. She quoted mayor. Grace Miller from an interview in Nineteen, twenty two. We simply tried to work together. We put into practice the same thrifty principles. We exercise our own homes. We wanted to clean well-kept progressive town in which to raise our families. What is good government but a breathing space for good citizenship? While so-called petty coat rulers successfully establish a lasting legacy y'all win cautions that celebrating their history simply isn't enough. She said the story of the All Women Town Council is incredible and certainly something to celebrate and be proud of for the town Jackson Hole has many stories of powerful women, and generally our history is one of inclusivity, adaptability and ingenuity. Everyone had to pull their weight and be open, minded in order to survive. However it still important to look at the big picture and use history as something to learn from, and not just celebrate Jackson did not see another woman in an elected position until the nineteen eighties, the all woman town council was necessary and successful, but unfortunately did not create a new normal, and Jackson was not immune to the times, but it is exciting and encouraging to see more diversity in our local government, including women in all levels elected positions. The women of nineteen twenties still serve encouraging role. Role models for anyone in Wyoming, a visit to the Jackson hole historical. Society and museum offer plenty of additional insights into the legend of these women of the wild west. The museum houses a number of historical documents and photographs of the women and information about their time in office as well as Mayor Grace Miller sidesaddle and the black coach. She can be seen wearing in most photos. They also have a number of exhibits online, and you can do further research through their stand classen research center.
"flack" Discussed on WRVA
"Service she's very wealthy as you could be enjoying life but yet she's taken a lot of Flack trying to make things better for kids that really need a better educational opportunity in it it is funny that there was a documentary film is still out there it was called waiting for Superman okay it was about the single parent families in New York City desperate to get their kids into charter schools of New York and what is the Bosnian done he's reduced the number of charter schools watch racing happen in Washington DC so the educational piece and then of course the family peace it's interesting in today's paper Walter Williams who's a terrific guy a matter of fact I heard him speak in Richmond a number of years and now at the Commonwealth club just a terrific guy and a guy that I enjoyed as a substitute host for rush back in the day before yes Markstein came along they write the paper today says in nineteen forty black steel legitimacy was eleven percent today and seventy five percent so I think it if we could figure out it is the Congress did put their heads together along with the administration to get those jobs back work on the education piece and try to figure out a way to keep the black fathers more connected to their children I think the black lives would indeed get better you know some some great great observations there Jim Hobgood joining us for a couple of moments you take a look at the family portion of it let's work backwards here just the other day we had Derrick Wilburn on Derek used to put it mildly a brilliance brilliant guy a a writer who heads up a number of organizations including the black conservatives of Colorado and he said look this became clear is the Democrats went into urban areas dismantled families said we're going to pay the bills were gonna take care of everything the only the only thing we ask is you make sure that there no man sticking around that's what he said and he said you take a look at any urban area in America today number one they're all firmly in the pocket of the Democrat party they have been for a century and they have unfortunately just brutalize the concept of the intact family and you know what this all goes back to the gym I he said that part of the so called white privilege is that there are folks who are white you happen to look at the intact family and value education he said that would be the privileges far as he's concerned and he wants to see that replicated in his community times ten I mean I don't know how anybody can argue with that and it's good point you know my dad mice my background is definitely middle class I did not come from a wealthy family and fortunately thanks to a pretty good jump shot I got an opportunity to go to the university of Virginia but at you know the one thing I did have was a father president a household and he was he was a definite president so that he provided discipline and support encouragement those kind of things that went farther you do so I think there's just so many and and you look at the south side of Chicago the gangs the murders the tragedies that hit it's just absolutely disheartening and sometimes that I guess is a Republican you look at the Democrats you need thanks do they really want to solve the problem or do they just want to keep the number of people dependent upon them in order to stay in Paris and become a little skeptical and unfortunately pretty frustrated through the years because of the as I say the answers they're out there it's just so you get the game plan was a lot of times there's a difference between a game plan and actually executing the game plan that's where breaks down yeah well listen you you talk about that he in jail for talking about education this is this is the other part of this my gosh how on earth can anyone say to any young man or young woman I don't want you to care at all I don't want you to value in any way in education that is the most you're responsible thing that a parent could say to to a child it's outrageous and yeah you can be there and be supportive and say Hey you might be a great athletes maybe you're a wonderful lives I know you're a wonderful singer you're you're a wonderful this you're a wonderful that but none of it really matters unless you have that base that fundamental education so god for bid be singing career doesn't work out you applied yourself in school and it may not be exciting or sexy but you know what an accountant's job is always available and it always pays the bills well you know you look at micro he talks a lot about blue collar jobs and and yeah I mean some of it is that we we need to do a little more maybe in the trade school education hello look act and feel climbers may be making more than you and me at this point in time absolutely and then the the other thing I'd mention is the old speaking to Walter Williams of Walter Williams anti poverty program where he basically said that graduate from high school get a job get married before you have children and stay out of jail and statistically in the United States if you do those four things the great likelihood isn't you don't live in poverty that's right that's right Jim listen I go on all day with you I appreciate you being here and I want to get you back to do this again but I also want to make sure that we actually get this lunch that we have promised each other for a long time well yeah definitely definitely the you know and and and and I'll pick up the first movement well yeah we definitely need to have lunch and you know men one of these days either my deck for your tech we can have that adult beverage that you talk about post show be still my heart Jim Hobgood thank you for being here man that is Jim Hobgood now you ordinarily would chat with Jim all about basketball right who's talking all the rest of it I'm telling you just a brilliant guy you know you.
"And welcome to food neighborhoods, Son monocle twenty four I articles hate. During the epidemic we continue the show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself suspending Simon's home. We do follow suit. Stay beat more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear from Heinz Beck. Who Run subur-, Lapeer Gula restaurant in Rome. Hello my name is Hans Spec I'm here to give you an very easy. Italian recipe of automaker, beautiful pasta with fish. What do you need for this recipe? Very simple, a little bit of Sakina, red, bell peppers whitefish and little bit of white wine, and of course beautiful Spaghetti Pasta. would. We have to do is cooking the bell peppers indio. Sprinkling before a little bit with exclusive, Ching olive oil cooking till the skin is not becoming talk, remove the skin and you're cutting the. Purpose in long slices the same you're doing with the to Keeney, only the green powder, so it would give a beautiful calling into your past the red and the green, the white like the Talian flack. Before you have to prepare a little bit of officials, stock this you're doing gleaning in the fish, and with the bones with a little bit of which tables Carrot Celery, a little bit of on that little bit of tomato. You make a small little fish stock. And then you are cooking. You'll pasta the pasta your cooking. Boiling salt water slightly salted water in the meantime. You're cutting the fish fillet in. Long slices as well. You season at the little bit of Salt, a little bit of oil. You heat up the pen and you put this fish into the pan without aiding up the oil because oil with around the fish is enough salty for few seconds, and then you will not have additional burning oil in the pan. Eight of the wet you tables then two minutes before the end of the cooking time you will remove for the speedy from the water, the salt water you put in the Pan adding a little bit of the fish stock and cooking, the rest of cooking time together with the pastor, so the together with the fish richer tables, so the pasta will a. Soap all the flavors, the end, a little bit of personally the chauffeur, white wine and little bit of olive oil.
Peaceful demonstrators flood the nation's capital
"House's thousands of peaceful protesters flooded the streets of the nation's capital following the killing of George Floyd W. USA nine reporter Eric Flack was there more like a street fair at times I'm a very positive vibe still carrying a very serious message and that is that they will not stand for racial injustice racial inequality demonstrators poured into the streets in cities from Chicago to Minneapolis to Los Angeles where this man said it's a beautiful thing I think is something that's going to unify our country and eliminate some of the issues that we've been having for so many years I think that what we see now is something that people thought
Peaceful demonstrators flood the nation's capital
"Hands from coast to coast protesters taking to the streets demanding police reforms good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges CBS news is up next at seven thirty one CBS news update that's the sound of demonstrators outside of the white house's thousands of peaceful protesters flooded the streets of the nation's capital following the killing of George Floyd W. USA nine reporter Eric Flack was there more like a street fair at times I'm a very positive vibe still carrying a very serious message and that is that they will not stand for racial injustice racial
"flack" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Hijacked from ground zero but he is trying to make over no it's not it's not over but the you know it's like yeah you're not you're not really talking about it anymore really well you know where I'm coming from I mean I don't see any social distance yeah we caught a lot of Flack about going to church and can't go to work in how dare you might make your grandmother sick and then they keep preaching that these people have a right to protest the pandemic still on they don't have a right to protest I have a right to go to church I guess they really don't believe in the pandemic now do they I guess people really didn't believe in the pandemic it because otherwise I'd be afraid to protest exactly what a fraud it is a ride it's all a fraud it's it it's a big fraud it's been a fraud for the very beginning and Abby was still walking around with masks on their faces you think giving up matters now it doesn't matter anymore I mean who who's social mores are you breaking by wearing your mask might not wearing a mask in public come on Joe Clyde you're very in tune with the news you're very informed can you tell me Joe Biden's plan to stop deluding he doesn't have one but he's gonna have a lot of good sayings like we will rebuild America I see a future where we can rebuild you watch it'll all be we will rebuild America and they're only going to be a unicorn in a rainbow in the ad to I promise you now do you know anybody besides trump that has a plan to stop the looting no no yeah so I mean it is this is I can't believe what I'm seeing I mean I'm losing my respect for the police I see the police standing in line where there is no action they're not doing anything the abandoned their vehicles which all got looted and burned to the ground they didn't protect the businesses I don't know what the problem is I just don't understand it or they're afraid they don't go to work to die that's what it is well there are there to protect and serve and and I tell you that they didn't earn a paycheck I have no respect for the cops they lost my respective efforts if that's the case that they're just trying to get home safely and and they let their vehicles get destroyed they let businesses get destroyed I'd rather go back to community malicious who's going to do I mean look you know what how do they arrest a group of people don't have guns we had a ball with thousands of people marching the streets in Portland yesterday it was like two miles of people nonstop it was huge hi police all stopped the police all stopped at a light on the bridge and the minute they saw how many people are coming they turned around and left they would have been overwhelmed there was there were more of them there are more people there were police officers so so if China decided to invade the United States would we just surrender yes yes well I mean what I say you months ago I was told that I was saying it's all talk you know if you were saying well we're just waiting for the time to get the signal in us better gonna go out we're going to fight the good fight where you're going look out look at what's going on now the signal's been given psychologists testified later I found something in the constitution I don't believe it's ever been used article one section eight of the constitution those are section eight is all the powers that Congress passed so around the fifteenth paragraph it says that Congress shall have the power to for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the union suppress insurrection and repel and options that's what trump's doing these basically this is the power that Congress has well I haven't they done it they've never used this power in the region so that just came over my wire cowardly trump blasted by pelo see Schumer for tear gassing peaceful protesters our nation needs real leadership always trump the guided selling them to to basically tear gas people and are they really peaceful protesters you know Schumer and Pelosi really need to pull their heads out of the south end this is not pro testing anymore yes there are protesters they are peaceful we have a lot of them yesterday in Portland is great to see a lot of them but you know what the ones are committing these acts of urban warfare they're not peaceful protesters they're criminals and they're doing this to actually create an insurrection this is real insurrection this is a life I want to go back to the San Francisco earthquake of nineteen oh six okay okay but you'll see pictures of this they hone looters and they left him hanging for three days as a message they stopped the looting do you remember what trump said in one of his tweets police say something to the effect of when the looting starts the shooting starts yeah number them we used to deal with George Wallace said to the remember that well I'm just getting back to the nineteen oh six that's how we dealt with them we're not living in nineteen oh six right now we're living in twenty twenty we got we got drones believe it I'll bet you we've got drones flying over major cities right now ready to open fire if need.
Here Are Details Of MLB's Reported Plan To Begin 2020 Season
"Start it with major league baseball. Because yesterday now we'll see it's interesting. They seem to be a little far apart on the number of games that they would like to play. We mentioned the. Game they want more. They want to say we want more money, but we're willing to play more games to go along. With hundred fourteen games be precise data gain from yesterday, hundred fourteen games deferred salaries in the event of a canceled postseason because of the weather. And the option for all players to opt out of a potential twenty twenty season, due to corona virus concerns that according to Jack Passing and others proposal I from the Union. It was the first from the Union I should say and is expected to be pretty much dismissed immediately, but they would run June thirtieth to October thirty first which I think. The owners! Want a hard stop on October first, so they threw out yesterday are. Hundred and fourteen games. Season today. There's rumors. That Major League baseball might try to play. Fifty Games Dan. Fifty that's that's my kind of baseball season. Sprint that's plan. That's where you can't say. It's a marathon, not a sprint and you just say it's a sprint can't say even Keel, either you lose three in a row your dodds over. Your out of your your mathematically eliminated, you'd better have a stopper in your rotation. That's what you're saying correct. You can't lose three in a row, so the exact number is still being considered, but the aim would be to return in July and get going so hundred and fourteen from yesterday off the original eighty, two from the owners, a long way from one hundred and fourteen to fifty bite, but a we but about the terms. The money we are we getting closer. This would be the one. The fifty gamer would fulfil the players pro rata desire the program. Martin okay. That's why it's being offered up now. Okay is that we feel like if I we could do the pro rated thing, we won't lose as much money. We could actually just prorate you and go fifty. We could pro rate you up to fifty, but we can't. It anymore expanded postseason. It's already been expanded I. Think they would still do the seven teams in easily. I've I thought they. Maybe it expanded even more for this year. If it's only a fifty game regular season, apparently, the small market teams in the NBA do want the NBA to include everybody because they want to as Mark Cuban said last week I think. Get the local TV dollars the revenue that they need from their TV deals to keep them afloat, so the NBA there people are trying to include everybody it sounds like. So who knows? What's the deadline I mean? We gotta get something by the end of this week we got two more weeks or what or in June I mean Laval told us last week. Was it last week the week before? that. It's GonNa have to be the first couple of weeks. June because if you want to start at the end of June. Or even ended July. You need to do your whatever spring training two point Oh that you're going to do right right, so I'm not sure I'm trying to queue up. A sound bite here Gimme a second. Because our guy was on I take this morning. PJ, flack may have heard of him. Coaches now? Are. Making statements all over the place. You can't go. A day on
TV maker TCL breaks into the phone biz -- at the worst time
"Tcl's a relative newcomer in the mobile phone market. And what the circumstances at hand. That being launching flack products during pandemic. They have a difficult road ahead of them. We have a multi part series. Coming your way the following days outlining how staying competitive in this insane situation how. Us consumer might be impacted when it comes to getting your hands on their phones. Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with me is Stefan Strike General Manager of Global Marketing TCL Stefan. Thanks for joining me appreciate it. Thank you having legend. Thank you so let's talk about. Tcl Most people know this company through its affordable televisions It's the during superbowl weekend. People are shopping for TV. They probably run into the T. Cell Name. But you've quite been making phones for a couple years now a while actually a long time if you give us a quick elevator. Pitch on T. sale and it's phone business. Yeah so is. Business actually are one of the longtime players in the market to be mainly a nonsmoker. The Brian These survivor rants day. So you know zozo achievement do this but also be have been doing at blackberry phones recently. they did The ranchers while doing For some of the carriers so you know. Since more than twenty years we know out to do You have all the relationship with channels to customers so the new player that sense and existing. You know Infrastructures supply chain manufacturing in those so lots of county organization saw such might be a new brand when it comes to the mobile the street But the company and doing business in the money distributor actually one of the the only place market and have a lot of experience. Tell me about that. That shift to the cell. Branding rented it. It's sort of a way free to centralize all of your products under a single name. Like why now? Why haven't we done this before? Like why Why had you lean Alcatel blackberry in these other names when you had this? Ucla Valuable so this the to those do something special for tcl in a way what to see right this right now. Tracings don't together in democracy which helps to actually do something at different districts things of course defer things five G. which is going with shot is a mobile entertainment proposition. But then as well everything that has to do fat is not on the combination of AI. Model Fausto TJ investment areas never building a lot of fat on these but also dcla's is a company in manufacture law of products and that this is voluntary expertise and we see like the Iot market is growing massively and this is one of the Petunias.
Stacey Abrams: "The Greatest Amount of Good"
"Do you dig in? Leeann into your faith or. Do you go to church regularly. Are you in any kind of studies? Women's groups so I read on my own. I have a devotional that my mother gave me when I started my campaign for governor that I still look to. It's been harder in the last couple of years to be as regular in my attendance as I should be but I am a member of church and I go when I can. My schedule is a bit erratic so they can't count on me to be a member of a committee but but part of what my parents also taught me was that there's the practice and tradition of studying for your face but there's also the active obligation of living and that's not to excuse my you know poorer attendants but it is to me a recognition of the constancy of my faith that my responsibility is to renew it. Because I should not. Because I'm seeing doing so you've said that You consider yourself a progressive because Jesus a progressive. I want to read a quote. You said the reason I consider myself a progressive is that my reading of the Bible says that Jesus was a progressive. The faith I practice believes in active service and active engagement so I think we can all kind of believe what we want to about. Jesus we have our own personal interpretation whether or not we wanted the use of progressive or. He's a socialist or he's a Republican or Democrat or is a moderator is and independent from your perspective and your vantage point in your purview. What do you think his take would be on? Say Gun control. And maybe abortion rights. Sure I think of progressive as not a hard hearted ideological space but as a belief system that says that we are supposed to make opportunity and comfort available to all that our mission on this earth is to ease the suffering of others. And that's where I enter the space not necessarily to cast a certain ideological bent to Jesus Christ but to look at his actions in this behaviors and most of his presence in the New Testament. It's a conversation about how you create space for others to be holy who they are and to to relieve suffering to advance justice and to practice forgiveness. Those are the tenants that hold me the conversations about the poor and so if we were to extrapolate from that to modern day when I think of gun safety I I do not think of it as taking away. Someone's right I think about it as an responsibility that as someone who knows how to shoot a gun. When I was taught how to shoot I was taught first of all. You don't point it at anybody and it sounds like a basic lesson but the point is your obligation is to protect others to protect their safety to be responsible for your actions and so I do think that proliferation of any danger that doesn't have the guidance of ensuring that more people aren't harmed would be consistent with who he may be in. A modern context look wise with abortion. I believe that the obligation is to ensure that we each make our choices. So I I don't speak to the content of the decision. Speak to who gets to make the decision and reproductive choice reproductive health and abortion rights are wedded together in our society. Today I know women who've had abortions because they needed to do so in order to protect themselves and their families and it is a difficult complex conversation that should not be invaded by another person's lack of knowledge of WHO. And what is happening? Jesus also said blessed are the Peacemakers you spent From two thousand six to two thousand seventeen in the Georgia House of Representatives. You are the minority leader from two thousand eleven to two thousand seventeen. Tell me what will do in that. Context of blessed are the Peacemakers Stacey to create bridges? We don't need more division. I think we need unification. What will you do to reach across the aisle when I became Democratic leader at the end of twenty ten heading into the twenty eleven session party lost every statewide office re been decimated in the Senate and we were close to being outnumbered by two thirds in the house where I became leader and I sometimes caught flack from some of my members because what I would say is? My first job is to find ways for us to work together that my job was not to defeat the Republicans and policy. My job was to find ways to serve the people and that meant to find moments where we could work together to advance policy if that couldn't work by jobless to defeat policies. I thought we caused harm and to promote policies that I thought could create good even if they weren't going to pass and so I got in trouble both during my tenure and actually when I ran for governor in the primary because I did work very closely with the other side on issues that I thought were critical so whether it was education or transportation or criminal justice kinship care helping families taking care of their children who are not their own. My responsibility was to look for points of common ground. Because most people don't care about your partisanship. They care about their lives and the consequences of bad policy. The peacemaking is not simply not fighting. It is actually creating peace and prosperity within other people's homes in their lives. And when you're not battling to survive that is a blessed peace and so my responsibility is a legislator was to find this basis where we could work together but it was also my job to defeat legislation that I thought could cause harm Because having grown up poor I know what it feels like to be on the receiving end of the inattention or worse. The intention of that
CDC recommends people wear cloth masks in public – but Trump says he won't
"Among some of the other headlines that have come out from the trump task force this weekend in addition to the very stark comments from the Surgeon General Dr Burke's doctor found she and even the president himself of one of the big news items has to do with a covering our faces it's being reported some senior administration officials I've been pushing to eliminate any kind of recommendation from president trump and the task force about the use of masks because it might cause panic federal health officials including experts at the CDC say the guidance to cover your face only makes sense if it's a practiced in in a broader sense and would be in addition to everything else we've been told to do as far as keeping our distance and washing our hands the president of course made a little bit of news in the press conference yesterday he said he's not gonna be wearing a mask and then he's been catching so much Flack about that well give me a break is that the guys tested every day if he wants to be tested every day he's got screeners secret service agents and others taken temperatures of anybody that comes even in a room with them I mean I think the guy can wander around the White House and not wear a mask if he doesn't want to write so forget this mixed signal stuff on that end and the guidance is this sand if you want to do it okay if you don't want to do it okay and they're certainly the experts like found she and others said yeah I think it's a good idea especially if you're one of those vulnerable categories of problems with your immune system and all the rest and and if you're just trying to protect others why not and and don't use the mass save those for the medical professionals just get a big band Danner scarf or whatever and you know do your best so I did see that US officials were weighing a plan to distribute reusable cloth face masks not medical masks but just reusable cloth face masks to U. S. households starting with locations that have been hardest hit but for right now the guidelines are voluntary mini state county city officials have said yeah you wear face covering if you feel so inclined
How to enhance your immunity
"I've had four weeks of this Discussions Kobe nineteen and I was actually thinking of not going on the air today because everything I said is coming true and everything. I said in the first episode about strengthening strengthening. Your immune system is really what we have to do. That is our line of defense. I said four weeks ago and it's true today. It's going to be better than a vaccine. It's GonNa give us the ability to fight off the virus and if we do get it to make it less severe so what what. Where should we start there? I think number one. We have to realize that What we're being told is really good advice. Isolation distancing handwashing. They're all effective ways to avoid exposure to this virus and they are absolutely absolutely crucial to avoid a catastrophic overwhelming of our healthcare system. But there is this second powerful tool and that's strengthening our immune and body repair systems. Because if we do what the CDC tells us About distancing and washing we will The combination of the two increasing our immune system will buy ourselves some time until more is known about this virus and and how to treat it so are a strong. Immune system makes this virus and other infections milder in briefer it'll reduce the risk of these fatal monies that people have and and and these are currying in the older people ever average age of seventy eight point five years of age. Maybe we can create virtual ventilator. Maybe our illnesses will be milder and briefer. So we're going to be on an immunity mission today. You're not gonNA hear a lot about that from the CDC who world health or was Asian. You're not going to see it in the paper but it's really important really important to keep our immunity. We've had her immunity for thousands of years before the pharmaceutical companies came along. We we we lost people. Don't get me wrong. But the ones that survived with because they had a strong immune system. I was surprised to see the New York. Times actually came out with an article stating the eight immune boosting methods. They said Sleep Com. Yeah they said about meditation. Nutrition exercise reducing alcohol. Hydration are all vital to your health. Immunity what you eat drink breathe doing feel eat drink free. Do and feel all important to your immunity. Not Going to see a lot of articles about the vitamin D vitamin C. They WanNa say a myth. We'll talk more about that. You're not gonNA say anything about Colorado silver. We will talk more about that. So Ladies and gentlemen let me look at my list here and Gosh you know and don't forget to tell you. Please avoid ibuprofen. You think you have the flu or this. Cove virus. It is really badly. There are so many articles from especially France. Who has really dealt with this as showing that this guy be proven Can can make the covert virus deadly. Okay so I told you about that a month ago to I told you. Because that and the ace inhibitors bloodpressure tells if you take a lot of them and get the vitamin and get the virus. You could risk the death remember. I told you about low tension capoten phase attack Mono Perl. Okay they are ace two inhibitors and these. These articles were in the Lances Journal. The British medical journal Nature The Daily Mail. But you're not seeing a lot about it or you see people being Not Nonchalant about it but I tell you what and says and this virus or deadly. Okay so let me get that off the table before we move forward okay. So let's just talk a little bit about the history of goydos silver because I know I got a lot. Of flack on the show. I did with the feel safer about silver but you know what ladies and Gentlemen Two thousand three hundred years ago. Twenty Three Hundred Years Ago Alexander. The great surveying his battlefield. And guess what he was drinking water from Silver Urns. Why because he knew nothing about bacteria but he knew that silver containers had a seemingly miraculous way of keeping water fresh. That's been used for thousands of years where it's health benefits well. The people in the Middle Ages gave their children silver spoons to suck upon. Why because they knew it would prevent illnesses. It's legendary remember silver. Dagger was all night needed to vanquish evil and a lot of the history is falsified at one time. Silver was used by most healthcare practitioners as an antibiotic at an antiviral. Nothing worked better those days but the FDA started crusade against Silver Thirties nineteen thirties. Because it could not be patented and now. The pharmaceutical companies started making antibiotics in the vaccine industry partners. They WANNA be able to sell their stuff. You know. The Food and Drug Administration used to be called the bureau of Chemistry and it's real mission started out to protect the chemical industry
House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package
"Here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it acid being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they got to get a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one source saying gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing what well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your you want should possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much and you're just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote either you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr horror and Mr McCarthy previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility that the bill may not passed by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there you go yeah and it's going to pass and yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's well if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it then Lizzy Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of post on that unemployment thing limiting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time brought it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right anyone I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now get well now you're going to fight it right and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great day look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the hot in in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink I look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember Massey in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news at look I'm gonna be on fox news and say the spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if you're damn furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I had several worry right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's
Beware of Hindsight After The Crisis Has Passed
"Welcome to day. Eight of what was supposed to be a fourteen day lockdown. But we've just been informed today that it will go on for another twenty days so we've got a total of twenty eight days in lockdown and that is clearly something that I didn't anticipate when I said I wasn't GonNa Shave for the duration of the lockdown that anyway. That's where we're at hindsight's interesting thing. Always you've heard the saying that hindsight is twenty twenty. And what will happen after this crisis has finally Pasta's ease? They will be a lot of people throwing around pills of wisdom with value hindsight and I'm all for people learning from mistakes. I'm all for us learning from what's happened the good the bad and the ugly. That's happened out of this and making sure that we're better prepared to deal with similar such things in the future. The challenge with that is that a lot of times. What we tend to do is used to throw stones at the people who made decisions without the value of hindsight the people who made the decisions in the midst of this crisis out of the people that a lot of them are gonNA cop a hell of a lot of flack when this is all over because people will be looking at the situation with all the data and all the information now and saying well. That was just not the right decision. And it's something I've talked about before right decisions. A great but good decisions are even better the idea that you wait for all the information if you wait for too much information. It's too late to make a decision and I think a lot of people right now are making decisions with the best information available but in three six nine months whatever it after we finally come out of this thing you know. It's GonNa look like I made the wrong decision. Because in hindsight they did but at the time they did the best they could and I guess that's coming from the perspective of someone who's on both sides of that coin. I'm making decisions that I know are more than likely going to be reevaluated. In the light of day once we have only information. Maybe you're right. Maybe they wrong donohoe on making the decisions. I can and also people around me making decisions. The Malaysian government for example decided to lock us down for another two weeks. Is that the right decision. I don't know I'm personally going to support it because I think it's better to be safe than sorry. We've seen what happens when people don't go the extra Mile Island. Don't go extra rigid on these things so I guess it's the right decision for now but in a couple of weeks time as people start to try to go back to work and we realize that the economy has stalled because there's no jobs all of the small medium businesses that have been out there and now crippled money that don't have stuff then people are going to be assessing it saying well. That was the wrong thing to do. We should let people out after two weeks so the short answer is hindsight is great. Use It to assess and evaluate what we can do better in the future but don't use it to throw stones because at honestly it's not gonna be constructive already that is today. I do thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow. Because where else am I gonNA give it
"flack" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
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"flack" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"He he's he came to fame somewhat with Roberta Flack back in the day this is the whispers her that's that's the version Madonna's version school too that's it right there merry Christmas baby a little Christmas cheer for you we do what we're doing Christmas special coming up here starts on a what is starts on Christmas Eve Derek was a star in a Christmas Eve and are you crying over there two nine across then that we put enough of a Christmas music by the people that do the music shows on Saturday and Sunday here and that's going to be quite an extravaganza coming up now off ball turned about music Friday's going forth here I'm toying with the idea of doing Christmas music that I do on my Christmas shows and making that the next couple shows we do here and the the the the Christmas music I have in my arsenal you ain't seen nothing like it truly is incredible stuff that's one right there but I am used to do this where every every day from thanks giving up to Christmas Christmas Eve I would play maybe a bus a song a segment have a busted into that this year we'll see see a lot of these Christmas songs what they do is they they picked me up and throw me against the wall Solana well that's enough said let's move a doctrine of the north not from about music for it it's going to be it's just regular old on the edge of the pharaoh next F. B. I. falsified documents to continue spying on the trump and company campaign after the election of this comes down off a bright part this is encouraging to me because this is William Barr talking now William Barr people are criticizing he's not doing a fast enough and I'm kind of in that can't myself and I'm still very skeptical I will I'll believe it when I see it but it's good to know that he's saying things like this and it's good to know that even though the attorney the inspector general part just came out horror was Michael Moore was was not glaringly obvious all look at all these people here the criminality associated with he did say that but it's all there the actual report the line items of the report say yeah this was this was criminal this wasn't right now he tries to exhort a white wash some of it along the lines of the same we call we did with with Hillary Obama remember that when Hillary Obama the it's a Janice she broke a law here but she didn't know which which is a lie straight up what that right there tells you call me could be tried for aiding and abetting but that she didn't know she didn't know that you know she had classified documentation I mean she'd been through being a senator and knew how things were presented to the Senate where they were label classified she kept them on a server in her bathroom in our house by the way our house the bill was having an affair let's be honest banging his mistress such this for fact these to call this woman the energizer bunny the one in out of that house because when Hillary was out doing whatever she was doing bill would have a command.
"flack" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Show host and said we're getting out of it because they might have said something negative against trump and they got Flack for ever my aunt and so they just said it's getting too heated and I'm getting out of the business it's just too heated and there's so much hatred out there and your I just looked at each other at that point interests but what business did they think they were getting into well I I don't know why you wouldn't embrace what was going on at that time with the I mean it was if you look at twenty sixteen for us it from before anybody who does what we do I think I mean I I don't want to speak for anybody but it was probably the most alive this this industry has been the most active this industry has been because it was fully involved yes and I don't remember a time I mean even going back to the two thousand election with the whole you know dangling chat thing that was really just a back and forth on you know what happened in Florida and who was going to win and then the Supreme Court and eight I can't think of any dynamic where there was that kind of huge over the top interest in the election itself well it was it was the biggest fight since I've been doing talk radio of the Republican Party within itself yeah yeah I I get yes that that's the other doesn't a huge part of it yeah right right and so that was the thing that people weren't used to now we were used to it because we always criticized Republicans right if we disagree with them so we didn't lose a step on it was like welcome to the party right yeah yeah and and sold it didn't really but it's just does he understand the business that he is and I mean it's just it's a part of when you decide to be in the arena of ideas it's what is going to happen when you're out in public but the fact is when you actually hear the tone of the people doing that the tone may be teasing a little bit but it really wasn't that bad no he wasn't somebody coming up in his face and saying I'm going to kill your family is at that particular point probably most of us would get in a very very defensive posture and not because of the verbal taunt but we would be afraid of any type of physical activity that would happen after that if if if if it was out of breath but there really wasn't that kind of aggression don't know you know from the war age was the over reaction by qualm yeah I mean that that's that really is what it was I saw people what was interesting is I saw some people that were defending up by you saw that Sean Hannity apparently and I didn't see Sean show that night you know jumped out in front of it a little bit but said people should do that yeah people shouldn't do that and somebody else made the comment I think there were just mirroring what John was saying he was there on his personal time he wasn't there as a as an anchor he you know you shouldn't do that to people when they're you know when they're out about as it because they're just as you should treat them as you would treat any other person you know day to day but that's not realistic I it well it's not because we know you and I know that when you go out is in in the public and and someone does recognize you you a you ended our mindset is that you're always you know who we are here I mean because we don't we don't we don't change what we do we don't you know this is what you hear on the air is is who we are what we believe even though we had questions do you guys really believe that it's that's the way it is worded this is who we are and and we understand also that when we go out in public we may be you know I don't know shopping or doing whatever but if somebody recognizes you you're you're who you are on the air so that's part of it so I don't buy into that and while you may not want to treat somebody like that apparently but if if and that's your choice to say that they're on their personal time it's just I'm just saying it's unrealistic yeah did you I think you should treat everybody with respect same with me I would I would do that even if they're the freight or the family right eight six six do you right.
"flack" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Know that if you're catching Flack you're over the target and the way I dealt with the rejection and the humiliation and of course I'd just come from Disney people were saying I had Mickey Mouse ideas and so forth myself saying if they're not laughing at me and thinking I'm ridiculous and I'm not pushing hard enough and so I kind of personally turned rejection into a strength trying to encourage me to continue in one way or another I did survive at the agency and even got promoted so for people out there who in their own life space doubters and critics I would say don't take the doubt and the critics as something that is is a bad thing take it is a good thing that that means you're you're out there in the edge and you're you're brave and courageous and take part thanks in you know these people to a lot of the people that get on your case or don't believe you ill there in a whole nother world themselves anyway or you know they maybe they want to and they're upset that you got to see this and they did and so you kind of deal with that a lot too but my hand those people like that I gotta tell ya and this is the honest truth I know other people would say this is crazy but this is the honest truth if if I was out in the middle of it you know I don't know let's say let's go with we will do dog man here the K. we're in the middle of the wilderness somewhere and there is a dog man and it's full body the sun is shining on it the lights are glorifying it it is right there's not move in that you have time to get a video camera and shoot it if that were a possibility but there were there was one skeptic behind me and that was about to walk upon it to see it I would take my camera and I did I would because I already know those things exist I would say that camera and I would be prepared to watch that skeptic walk right into view and get the video that skeptics say in it for the first time because that's going to be an incredible reaction way better to me than see and what I already know exists that's what I want to see one one of the skeptics he's one of these things that just bite your neck off you know about but I will say one of the problems is that in this is a human perception thing that we tend to see and believe what we expect and want and don't see your believe things we don't expect and don't want so it was some real though I do I think that some people can be presented with hard evidence in my book for example and one of the reasons that I wrote it was too it's a true story and to overcome this denial that we have when presented with ideas that don't fit our comfortable world view and it can be very dangerous and in fact the story that I tell is the origin story for what happened with Russian meddling in twenty sixteen we taught them they when they took really aggressive steps and did things that we thought.
"flack" Discussed on No Jumper
"And then I I knew Craig flack a year prior to fucking drop in this first owns and got him on a song. And I'll put Burgerman on it because that's my, bro. And then it didn't really didn't you? Since a me. Right. I don't fuck. It did. All right. Yeah. But then I drop eight as the freestyle for easy and that shit wing dumb like it just blew up. So I did a video after video the video came out. I started seeing like way more progression and just a fucking sound class on. But I started off with the soundcloud and interrupt the video and it was from there. How'd you describe your your style? Or what kind of rep you set out to be the prettiest rapper in the world. Okay. I feel like your your style. If anything is kind of like, you just like sort of most rappers telling you great their lives are on your soda just talking about being a piece of shit alive. Time type shit. Making. I don't do people in commas be like anybody can be a rapper. I mean, he can be a rapper. Those be myself wanna be like nobody is that kind of thing. That's why you see like like the doodoo like works at the car lot. Sometimes we'll like record an ad Raziq, wrapping to the camera you ever seen anything like that. You have some good examples of doodoo on used car dealerships who have at times in their careers made videos them rapping to promote their business. So amazing Motors whatever that might be the one I'm talking about. But isn't that? That's what's weird about rap is that there's something about rapper. Everybody thinks that they could just give it a go..
"flack" Discussed on Still Buffering
"And sometimes I wonder if there's even more pressure that goes with that, especially if you say something that somebody doesn't like somebody doesn't agree with or or just you miss speak in a way that you didn't mean up set anybody and you end up. I don't know. Sometimes I wonder if there's more pressure on creators who are. I don't know just coming from your regular life and accident falling into notoriety, right? Yeah. Has to kinda seems like two separate things there like like the pressure of having an audience and having such a personal relationship with that audience, which is often what's asked of people who are doing this now because what's interesting about it is that you're not like a TV person, you know, that I see your life, and I understand it. And I like I hear when you're having a hard time or a good time. And it's not an it's all real like, it's not really reality television. It's real like, this is your life, and some people have maybe blurred that line a little bit sometimes on the page where people know that there are portions of it that are that are real and portions that are sketch which I think is a really fascinating thing that some creators do now or those it's this mix of real and sketch comedy. And then there's and then there's things where it's like not on the page. And there's definitely you know, either we're trying to get into. Situations where drama will happen or we're just inventing the drama where it's like this is becoming a scripted show. It's very weird. Yeah. But but so there's there's that and the amount of pressure that comes with not not just the expectation of the audience. But also the knowledge that there's always somebody on your coat-tails somebody who's riding up right behind you. And you're not going to be young and beautiful forever. And you know. Some some of that is I think that some of that pressure is universal to entertainment but share and then there's the other thing of screwing up and. When you are. A young creator. And you know, when you're like pushing boundaries it can be seen like the like, the absolute normal thing to like, you screw up and like it doesn't matter like screwing up as part of the thing is like not having as many as much regard for the rules. Whatever the rules are. And sometimes it's very like. And you're always sort of getting a little bit of like flack and hate. And so it's hard to know sometimes when you've crossed the line a little bit, and it was fun. And when you've gone way way over the line and seen that a few times, and and just made like a terrible decision that you're going to have to like with with for the rest of your life. And that's yeah. That that is hard. But another thing that I often see is like one because you're used to a level of a high level veteran. And so you're used to being really really loved to your also used to this like low level ribbing. That's always coming from the internet of of trolls who are just because you're public on the internet. They're going to be coming for you that the response to win. You cross the line way over is to double down and be like, I didn't do anything wrong. And and and now the story of the channel which is ultimately if we wanna get like deep into how this functions is like, you aren't just making videos, you are creating the story of like your story of a person like as a person there's a meta narrative to these channels that's video video. And so the the narrative of your channel gets taken over by this narrative of their these haters, and they're coming to get us, and we need to band together. To protect me from the haters, and that becomes a really great narrative for the the the not maybe as big of an audience, but a maybe smaller, but more dedicated audience to really start to buy into to what you're doing and become super fans and to evangelize for you and to become this like really big dedicated following that narrative, always super bugs me and in creeps me out. When channels take the turn to like, okay? What's the next sort of like plot point in the Medicare of my channel? And it's like it's that I didn't actually screw up and they're just coming for us because they wanna bring me down..
"flack" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Flack. Women's world Wednesday. Bob and the sounds of the sisters. All day long. Oh, well, the course of this show. Oh, you here. Making. Are you making jazz making Blu Ray, gay guys music you here on the show today from sisters? You also hear talk. About issues that directly impact sisters and not only that but on this show, and I don't know if there's any other show on the radio that does is. Of course, not this is the movement sisters are escort it to the front of the line, which means that on this show on women's world. Wednesdays sisters will be heard from I and brothers will. Escort assistance to the front of the last showing them respect. And. Of course, low four zero four nine two two seven zero three you can blow me up. We can get getting conversation today. The main thing for today. I'm asking the question and put an just putting it out there. Should. Sisters voices. Be more vocal. Shit sisters be more vocal in their protest against this. Misogynist president. Of course, there are some. Persons who led the voice be heard and let it be heard loudly in the? News spaces. I hear a sister that comes to mind, she comes on CNN, man. I can't think of when I was just thinking of it. I was just had him a man. She was a. A Representative state Representative out of the state of Ohio. And now she is. Commentator for CNN. What did she is always vehement in her? Attack on the misogynist policies and carriage of forty five. In doing research for this topic. I've looked at the exit polls persons who voted in the election. The two thousand sixteen election where Trump was elected and one of the things that is glaring when you look at statistics according to race gender. And persons who voted for Trump? Overwhelmingly white men. Sixty two percent of white man voted for Trump. While fifty two percent of white women did. Interestingly thirteen percent, a black man. Voted for Trump. While four percent of black women. Did you would also be interested to know that thirty two percent of Latino men and twenty five percent of Latino women voted for Trump? Interesting, isn't it? However, it appears to me that black women are the countries of this country. But the record shows that black women make up only seven seven percent of the electorate and black man only five percent of the electorate. I don't know what they somebody playing with these numbers man at any rate. I would like to open up the lines. So that we can have a conversation. Should women. Be more vocal and organized in their protest against the misogynist. President. Who benefits most from his? Actions and words and. Who receives the brunt? Bob is coming here. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three is the number. You got fifteen minutes to text. The key word treasure..
"flack" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"They look they will love that ready for it as well so who'd you who would you think would crack home if someone else and who do you think would stike because i think think josh i think jaw yes i agree i think meghan gonna be of the of the of the west boat i think i think he's gonna stroke think of off apart from jacket down your them to cement bopping of that would be i'm looking forward to as we know from previous years so i'm sometimes the heads to get swayed if they're going to nevada doesn't know nice failing we let you go what was the reaction to yourself and love because i was on twitter and i saw like blowing up my phone was i think my phone does not you twelve percent in minutes but it was kids i love island to you my good to see you deserve it might beautiful voice tom thank you so much have an amazing time all the facts was the summer new year like jampacked thanks very much thank you thanks your product sheds well no one of you called a elisar being dumped from last night's episode i think you guys need to game with your predictions came why is everyone says been a lot of drama so we've got so going from patty nice said adamou crack onto someone else within twenty minutes of arriving at casserole morla i mean paddock 'table totally pudding to both and licinia fed cova said laura is going to find mr right and the new set of boys and megan's head will turn leaving west realize a mistake he's actually made a totally agree without going from eight ahead and she said item of spend the next few days moping around kosovo more staring at picks zarin crying though the note not say that happened to me jessica hynes being touch nice to me needs to find her path that guy or she embed realize they are meant to be and live happily ever after either way i ride this show for the drama but i'm staying for some mira i'm i'm here the mighty bad is a relationship i think they are going to be one of the only couples they're gonna stick together them to get so many item ones here we've got number from children what's the betting out of any will crack on now no no they're just friends up without him i think he's more likely to go with samir or law dot or the new people i think lauren alex would actually make such cup as they are both assembly age they're both mature and both of more serious relationships that's from georgie m twenty six addiction or on here from tiny as well this his actually outta move stilo and more he's feelings bizarre seemed genuine on us it's not see people backing him and zara i think you're wrong pal laura says i date the atom will lead the next episode both joshing sam's heads will be turned a meghan is gonna smoke one of the new guys but still rico donnie and jack will be shaken a letter but they'll come back stronger than ever hashtag ton of kasa more people are excited doing i think is the one thing about customer everyone thinks is problems all right who's problems but if you get through it it does right you stronger funding from ella she said oman god addy ideas zoran al so adams relationship i really have worked and next episode with the boys and go split in more drama coming our way conway everyone is so excited everyone a usa did i'm on the edge we've had so much stress and trauma this week and can't deal with already can someone just give me a camel t because i don't think i'm going to be able to sleep a couple of tweets jenny eclair aka hero women as she says i wish i had his misery as from zara she made no effort with anyone extent adam hashtag yawn she's right we said that.
"flack" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Won't go there again is ricky arab babe land well it's not as what life is about hopefully guys don't make the same mistakes i did adil is what hundred percent gonna go fill threats to china and back again where we don't know but he's gail could look and so the boys ages the perfect time for them to come in and it's going to be very very interesting this week actually quite excited for lada because they don't know sex guys come in and is probably still thinking back of his head i've got this i'm not i'm not only just got like hot babe mega and light chase not to but laura's like totally in love maine still crying about may and then bam sixty guy's gonna come in and i reckon laura is gonna love at least three of them hope so she deserves that laura's going to be straight and she's a babe our rudy do hope she does i'm really really excited for her she deserves someone older a little bit more mature but we don't know older out of just two ways just think use of immature and on near horizons on the horizon i am so excited europe addiction kim he thinks going to have their head timed the stall pretty much everyone jack donnie food i pretty much everyone else their heads would turn i'm being honest i'm going to say everyone but samsa mira you think jack and danny head will be turned just say you've got it over javale you've got it the morning after we get to today's predictions have a little listen to this snippet from the voice of the villain self mr ian starling from choosy night's episode yesterday to couples but the dos than i believe tom and theory tom this yes and i'm so pleased to say that we have that mrs tom gren in on the phone right and i tom how are you my friend it's so nice to hear your voice on the love island show i was i was sure did you know about that not just what should i didn't always had a had my name be mad about yeah home is gone you join the show i'll think i think his mike if kicking off a little bit think if i last night's episode dramatic a full in the good book 'cause he agreed is has behavior or not no way on did he didn't treat it he didn't treat it well two comes the way they won't they won't pretty bedroom just went on enough 'cause i think i think lauda cats are karma i mean no that she she came across appropriate at all about and she decided she was an power apologizing for coding negga ever she could have a focused yeah foresee the situation not offers sick it's what did you think about island is going that you expect it do you know what yeah i was again from the boys snake that mate nike yeah we because obviously he was in a couple of winning today did little bit they're put out of other sent sent other present alex i get no china he's hottest chines different girls he hasn't got there has had three chances no ought to valley and rid of article meg kanji division i actually really love meghan i just feel like near that beautiful you can get away with dame whatever you want you want to win wanna win i kind of want i want johnson donnie to nothing i think that they all could i think they're big firefighter everyone at night not they've just kind of they just get on well night in that supply in a game but the thing is when people don't really vote for a minute would you think about the new island is coming in it's gonna kickoff in gonna kick off and that.
"flack" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"There's so many things that i could have done proactively to avoid a lot of the things that happen that i didn't know any better not to do was there a retrospective that you sort of put yourself through and said look backwards evaluate and think about how the next thing is going to be built differently i think i internalize all of the advice i got along the way but didn't know how to implement you know you don't make change in your life when someone says stop biting your nails you should stop picking your face which i'm trying to figuring out how to know not figuring out how to do well why would you ever give that up i had such a blast but you stop biting your nails when you're ready to stop biting your nails you start exercising when ready start exercising you stop ordering pad thai post mates when you're ready to stop ordering pad thai posts which i'm not ready to do not been three pad thai references in the span very sure a really sophisticated lady i'm a big pet so i'm just giving myself like flack for doing it but it was a it wasn't a low moment i just really i deserved it you like pad thai i don't like it that much i ate it yesterday and it was somehow the highlight of my weekend but i i listened to all the advice but it was it didn't land i wasn't at the time in my life where it was ready to land and this new company you know it didn't it wasn't yes there's been a lot of thinking and talking about.
"flack" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Roberta flack's the first time ever i saw your face is an important part of movie as well as pop music history think about the film let's hear the song i first ever i thought and the move ooh okay two the the first i to you at i so what yeah and last the the first you will yup hey y'all.
"flack" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"E e the baby platypus or whatever he added trouble being vulnerable a k p s he's literally mike made out of flack set him i don't feel for you so kendall an rer alone on the port in his attic that was good mike this fund coq anywhere with it's actually a talent it's actually it i'm impressed he goes and because you know what they did my family really let me be aware okay he's like i get it you're them earn your wearing tied i are we fucking and she's like a struggle with my feelings but i feel that many and could be possibly balls dan passed that lay filing pot that play at an app let's make out and then they make out and he's like don't be scared if so growth and my kids you'd literally can't be in the same room with the king anymore there like mom it's too loud i don't like that noise why did they have to meet the kids in sound so loud applicable is like eating with someone who doesn't kings malcolm a yes yes yes it's giving me phony ah okay you want to hear the ending uh the ending fine for this seen that we know it's not gonna work with candle yeah is because she's like by and then she's just her last shot is standing in the red of the tail lights yep though trail wehner population save in sixteen yeah okay so we're in wiener rat wehner oath anna so t ah i told rem and live with him and now on ready to progress these feelings why did they all talk like that aren't you.
"flack" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To surprise this season numberninteen baltimore ravens actually their defense is pretty good again but joe flack owes their quarterback number twenty two orleans saints they worked hard to upgrade that defense because they hand to number twenty one miami dolphins they'd be much much higher rate matter of fact two weeks ago they're probably a top fifteen maybe even a tintin ryan ten held a quarterback out with a noncontact knee injury those with the worst time and any team that loses its starting quarterback and training camp is headed for disaster see the two thousand sixteen bycase by the way anyone who thinks jay cutler will say their season wasn't paying attention to jay cutler in his eight years chicago career adam gazed was there for part of that career he had go to the dolphins and he was jays offense accord nader with the bears two years ago and coached the best season of cutler's career out of him he's convinced the mercurial quarterback to leave the fox broadcast booth and return to football on a one year ten milliondollar contract so if you're jay cutler and you're sitting there say why would you do that well let's put it this way based on what he was going to make from fox television he would take him about ten years of broadcasting to make ten million he's gonna make ten million in in miami this year with a replacement better everyone's being paid a broadcast by john bruton this is a pretty good move cutler although he may have given up a broadcast career who knows number 22 the detroit lions they they should be higher okay i admit i should write them higher than twenty two but i'm running into teams just running into a logjam teams here i'm not sure they have enough on defense okay they've upgrade of the offensive line this is a team that i believe is better than 22nd.
"flack" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Is the timetable and joe flack was back so on two actually he said that both back door and appreciating when i just pushed back and federal what about the writers even if you certainly uncle requiring so i think we all know is back injury in her a quarterback if you very careful and he get as well on project back over the next three weeks dana rossini joining us here are nfl reporter who espn on my could mike sean foreign them willie cologne you mentioned this just a second ago you said at least one other team was wanting to sign calling capper nick but then the owner basically blocked it is i note speculation but do how many other teams do you think this is maybe gone up the chain and then has been stopped immediately well i think definitely been the conversation has been hat and a lot of different casually i've reached out to different teams over the last week the typically the last thirteen and i thought when i was looking at who who could use a common it right now and vick the guy from a survey that idea quarterback with so much the most common answer kenny combrick august away i don't think it necessary with his acts of what he did last year because remember too but the ravens colin kaepernick had not protecting the national anthem nick upcoming so he's already you've got to go out there and play football but there are some in other words still going to probably find other ways attention a backup get ready uh eight for the regular season worth it i diana rossini are nfl reporter aired espn join us on mike mike diana appreciate all your insight first hand knowledge from being at the ravens camp over the last couple of days we consider all euro mike mike on espn radio espn 2 the s p an app and we've we've obviously broken down the calling cavernous situation but we have football tonight and mike mike is presented by progressive insurance pick from your range of coverage name your price tool.