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Giants 2-0 for first time in 6 years, beat Panthers 19-16
"The Giants are off to their first two in O staunch since 2016 after edging the Panthers 1916 Graham gannon kicked four field goals for New York including a game winning 56 yarder into the wind with three and a half minutes left to snap a 1616 tie Takes a lot more than just me kicking it obviously It takes the whole unit The guy's getting down there getting in range I don't see a whole lot that happens before the fourth down is I'm just warming up in the net And now also kicked a 51 yard field goal earlier in the fourth quarter Turnovers were a big factor in the game Carolina fumbled away both the opening kick-off and its first offensive possession leading to giants field goals New York meanwhile did not turn the ball over Tom ary east Rutherford
Bloomberg Radio New York
"gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With Jason gannon He's the managing director of soap 5 stadium a host of Super Bowl 56 the first let's start with former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores He has filed a lawsuit accusing the league and teams of violating civil rights laws alleging discrimination in the hiring process And for more let's bring in our sports law expert Marty itel He's with ghoulston and stores sports law practice He's co chair and a law professor at Columbia Marty welcome to the show Michael it's so nice to be here Thank you for having me Mike nice to speak with you and Scarlett it's a pleasure to meet you This is totally rock the league Your thoughts first of all on the impact of this lawsuit and what it means for the game Let me start off by what the naked allegations are what Brian Flores has claimed was systemic racism in the hiring and maintenance of head coaches in the NFL This is huge Whether the lawsuit itself has any gains any traction is another question which we can get to if you'd like later But right now the public relations fallout has to be overwhelmingly against the NFL That being the case there are a couple of charges he makes in his suit He talks about how he was ordered to tank games so that the dolphins could get a higher draft pick He was kind of ordered by the owner He also alleges and this is the more blockbuster charge I guess is that he was only interviewed by certain NFL clubs so that they could check the box under the Rooney rule And that he was not really a serious candidate for the head coach job as revealed by texts from Bill Belichick the head coach of the New England Patriots Which charge is harder to prove in a court of law So let me take it in two bites if I may Scarlett first of all the claim that mister Flores has made about tanking games is really difficult to understand why that would be in a discrimination lawsuit And it's problematic of his entire complaint that he throws a lot of claims in there and they may have legs to them But he throws a lot of claims which really have no basis in discrimination claim But cast the NFL in a poor light So if you go to then the second point that you mentioned which is sham interviews I think that's what mister Flores refers to them in his complaint That could be more significant Because you have the Rooney rule It was a rule that was adopted in 2003 and amended two years ago which requires NFL teams to interview a minimum of two minority candidates for a head coaching position If it is the truth as mister floris claims which will have the chance to take discovery on of his case survives It will be interesting to see whether this was just a series of sham interviews And a number of owners did not have any interest in hiring M minority candidate or if he just didn't stack up with some of the other candidates Hi Marty again this is Mike lynch up in Boston So you use the word traction How does this lawsuit get traction All right so a great question So what mister Flores has done is he's filed a claim which is called a class action And into it he's thrown a whole bunch of allegations You're going to see a concerted effort Once we get beyond the public relations part you're going to see a concerted effort by the defendant First to say that this does not this is not an appropriate claim for a class action That's going to delay resolution for an amount of time 6 months a year maybe a year and a half While the defendants are able to take what's called class discovery which does not go to the merits So the case will be in this legal limbo for that time If it is determined that Brian Flores has a viable class action then it will likelihood the defendants will move to dismiss the claims under the applicable law Again delaying resolution on the merit or even taking discovery on the merits for the period of time that the motion to dismiss needs to get decided probably another 6 months or so So as you can tell we're talking about an extended period of time before mister Flores's lawsuit can really see the light of day in terms of whether he's able to take what we call merits discovery or discovery on the merits And that's only assuming he survives those two motions that I just mentioned So that's what I meant by traction If he gets to the point where he can take merits discovery then there's going to be questions about what information is confidential and can't be disclosed to of all folks The media Or the consuming public And what is their game for disclosure Probably another set of motions and delays Before you get to the point at which the parties can get evidence to prove their claims From where you sit having practice law and covered the sports industry at large sports law over all not limited to the NFL What is specific about the culture of the NFL that has led to this that hasn't led to a similar problem in the MLB and NBA I have pondered over that For literally decades now without coming to a hard and fast conclusion I'd like to think it is not systemic racism in the NFL I think the NFL itself as an entity has tried to pave the way for opportunities for people of color for people who are not of color but it hasn't worked I'm not sure why Once upon a time I would have said that it's because the NFL has a group of owners which aren't as varied as some of the ownership interests elsewhere They had fewer corporations and more individuals and ownership positions Than some of the other leagues But that really isn't the case anymore And there certainly are very qualified people of color who could be head coaches Marty it'll ghoulston and stores sports law practice co chair and Columbia law professor You are the man and you are always our sports law expert thank you sir Thank you so much for having me It's been a pleasure Up next on the show we speak with Jason gannon He's.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jason gannon He's the managing director of soap fi stadium a host of Super Bowl 56 the first let's start with former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores He has filed a lawsuit accusing the league and teams of violating civil rights laws alleging discrimination in the hiring process And for more let's bring in our sports law expert Marty itel He's with ghoulston and stores sports law practice He's co chair and a law professor at Columbia Marty welcome to the show Michael it's so nice to be here Thank you for having me Mike nice to speak with you and Scarlett It's a pleasure to meet you This is totally rocked the league Your thoughts first of all on the impact of this lawsuit and what it means for the game Let me start off by what the naked allegations are what Brian Flores has claimed was systemic racism in the hiring and maintenance of head coaches in the NFL This is huge Whether the lawsuit itself has any gains any traction is another question which we can get to if you'd like later But right now the public relations fallout has to be overwhelmingly against the NFL That being the case there are a couple of charges he makes in his suit He talks about how he was ordered to take games so that the dolphins could get a higher draft pick He was kind of ordered by the owner He also alleges and this is the more blockbuster charge I guess is that he was only interviewed by certain NFL clubs so that they could check the box under the Rooney rule And that he was not really a serious candidate for the head coach job as revealed by texts from Bill Belichick the head coach of the New England Patriots Which charge is harder to prove in a court of law So let me take it in two bites if I may Scarlett first of all the claim that mister Flores has made about tanking games is really difficult to understand why that would be in a discrimination lawsuit And it's problematic of his entire complaint that he throws a lot of claims in there and they may have legs to them But he throws a lot of claims which really have no basis in discrimination claim But cast the NFL in a poor light So if you go to then the second point that you mentioned which is sham interviews I think that's what mister Flores refers to them in his complaint That could be more significant Because you have the ruling rule It was a rule that was adopted in 2003 and amended two years ago which requires NFL teams to interview a minimum of two minority candidates for a head coaching position If it is the truth as mister Florrick's claims which will have the chance to take discovery on of his case survives It will be interesting to see whether this was just a series of sham interviews And a number of owners did not have any interest in hiring M minority candidate or if he just didn't stack up with some of the other candidates Hi Marty again this is Mike lynch up in Boston So you use the word traction How does this lawsuit get traction All right So a great question So what mister Flores has done is he's filed a claim which is called a class action And into it he's thrown a whole bunch of allegations You're going to see a concerted effort Once we get beyond the public relations part you're going to see a concerted effort by the defendant First to say that this does not this is not an appropriate claim for a class action That's going to delay resolution for an amount of time 6 months a year maybe a year and a half While the defendants are able to take what's called class discovery which does not go to the merits So the case will be in this legal limbo for that time If it is determined that Brian Flores has a viable class action then it all likelihood the defendants will move to dismiss the claims under the applicable law Again delaying resolution on the merits or even taking discovery on the merits for the period of time that the motion to dismiss needs to get decided probably another 6 months or so So as you can tell we're talking about an extended period of time before mister Florence's lawsuit can really see the light of day in terms of whether he's able to take what we call merits discovery or discovery on the merits And that's only assuming he survives those two motions that I just mentioned So that's what I meant by traction If he gets to the point where he can take merits discovery then there's going to be questions about what information is confidential and can't be disclosed to of all folks The media Or the consuming public And what is fair game for disclosure Probably another set of motions and delays Before you get to the point at which the parties can get evidence to prove their claims From where you sit having practice law and covered the sports industry at large sports law over all not limited to the NFL What is specific about the culture of the NFL that has led to this that hasn't led to a similar problem in the MLB and MBA I have pondered over that For literally decades now without coming to a hard and fast conclusion I'd like to think it is not systemic racism in the NFL I think the NFL itself as an entity has tried to pave the way for opportunities for people of color for people who are not of color but it hasn't worked I'm not sure why Once upon a time I would have said that it's because the NFL has a group of owners which aren't as varied as some of the ownership interests elsewhere They had fewer corporations and more individuals and ownership positions Than some of the other leagues But that really isn't the case anymore And there certainly are very qualified people of color who could be head coaches Marty it'll ghoulston and stores sports law practice co chair and Columbia law professor You are the man and you are always our sports law expert thank you sir Thank you so much for having me It's been a pleasure Up next on the show we speak with Jason gannon.
The One You Feed
"gannon" Discussed on The One You Feed
"That is really interesting. And you talk a lot in the book about how the nature of online interaction has changed over time, we used to have longer form interaction. I was on the Internet in 19 I don't know 90 6 or 97 as part of an email AA group that was so profoundly transformational to me. I haven't been part of anything like it in years, because we scroll. Now, we like, we don't engage as deeply. Exactly, and I really miss the nostalgia of the past and when I wrote disconnected, it really is, it is a bit of a walk down memory lane. I'm trying not to live in the past too much, because I do think, even though I'm not old yet, I feel like sometimes I act that way to Generation Z because I'm like, oh, you're all on TikTok. Why don't you sit down and write a poem? No, they don't want to listen to that. But I think what I mean is I loved the fact that you could write a paragraph or an essay on a Facebook wall or you could write long emails to each other. I had amazing pen pal relationships. I struck up so many just incredible friendships with people over email, but on Twitter or in any sort of viral or very, very short form Internet platforms you can get into fights more easily. You can misunderstand each other so much more easily, and we're just not hearing each other out and I just think we're in a really hard time to be in. Totally, it is. And I agree with you. One of the things I watch for in myself about getting old is when I start talking about how good it used to be, I'm like, that is a surefire symptom of getting old. It happens to everybody, as they get older, and I'm like, I'm going to really watch that one in myself. In my desire to remain young and the useful ways as long as I can. Totally, and I read an amazing book recently by The New York Times editor of the book section, Pamela Paul, she's done a book called a hundred things we lost to the Internet and it's like losing the Polaroid picture or losing the fact that we would have to read a real map and know where things are. These are things that I think were allowed to be nostalgic about. There was some really good times about the early days of the Internet and how we were all finding our way. And we were discovering new music and we were making playlists for each other and we don't know that was just such a kind of magical time. And I think I wanted to mix that nostalgia with what we can actually bring to now because like you say, there's no point living in the past, but I think that something is a bit broken with how we use the insert at the moment and we're all just on edge and we're not connecting. And you start off by comparing connection or talking about connection in the context of trees..
"gannon" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"All right, get it in before Sunday, of course. And in terms of then why you said your personal take on this. But why you think still a proportion of women can't talk at all about this? I mean, it'd be interesting to know if that's similar with men or they talk about it in a different way. I don't know if you've got any comparison sets. But why do you think there is that silence? Well, I totally acknowledge that I'm sure men do have their own issues with their relationships with sex and things that they would like to talk about more with their relationships with sex as well. But I don't think it can be denied that historically society. So in terms of education, household discussion discussions, mainstream media has underrepresented women's perspectives on many things, but including sex. So no wonder there is this lack of confidence. There's lack of knowledge in turn a feeling of a lack of control around a relationship with sex. So I think that has led to led to a silence. Also, there is the element of safety and sex with women. Which is seen countless times across the media, especially recently. I think that brings an element of silence to women in terms of sex. And for all of the reasons that I previously mentioned, it makes a taboo subject. I think at the moment, people are only having these conversations in hushed quiet corners until something is done and this topic becomes conversational until you can ask your granddad over Sunday lunch for some sex tips or sex advice or about his sex life and your sex life. I don't think we're going to be in the position that we should be. I like that it's your litmus test. If you tried that, I don't know if you have this conception. I haven't been brave enough yet, but I'm gonna get there, and that's why I keep trying to get to. Right, good. Okay, I always like a goal. You have to come back and tell us if that was where you got to. But I suppose that the other thing is, I mean, there have been, of course, with social media, we were just discussing that the rise of sex positivity bloggers, people talking more openly about what they like women's pleasure. I suppose you could argue it's quite nascent still and people perhaps haven't found those. But they also, I remember doing this last year. We had a whole discussion on the language of sex and people lacking language to talk about, especially women what they would like, you know, not necessarily knowing what they wanted, first of all, but actually when it came to it how to describe it. So I wonder if that'll be one of the themes that also comes up, which will give your writer if you get one quite a challenge for perhaps to find the language of it for a play. Yeah, absolutely. I think people are one of the narratives of the pre survey was that people learn about the physical act of sex. They learn how to put a condom on..
"gannon" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"And in each case this had been challenged judges had already thrown it out. So he wasn't going to stop it on those grounds. Either. So in totality, he didn't score a point at all. Dominic stay with us, dominik hassani home and legal affairs correspondent for the BBC. In terms of what's going to happen next, virginity phrase lawyer David boys on newsnight last night said he doesn't think his client would accept a purely financial settlement in the case. I think it's very important to Virginia defray that this matter be resolved in a way that vindicates her and vindicates the other victims. I don't think she has a firm view as to exactly what resolution should be. Doesn't have a firm view what a resolution should be. Let's talk about justice then and what just could look like from Virginia G phrase position at this point, but while also, of course, reminding ourselves of the fact that the prince has consistently denied these claims, but also just to get a sense of when cases are at this sort of junction, what can happen. Georgina Calvert Lee and employment and equality lawyer and mcallister olivarius and an expert on non disclosure agreements and settlements, Georgina good morning. Good morning. We get a steer there that there's not a decision whether there will be a settlement or a desire for a court case. But what would you say to virginity for I recognize you're not across all of the details here at this junction to do because a lot of the discussion seems to be centering around a settlement versus a court case. Yes, this is the decision yesterday. There was a significant win for her because essentially it means that unless Prince Andrew can overturn this decision on appeal, which seems highly unlikely for all the reasons Dominic has just outlined. This case is heading to litigation unless it's settled. There are basically two avenues for justice and what justice looks like to a particular claimant or plaintiff is a very personal thing. Settlement can seem like a vindication in itself. In fact, all the court rules and pressures are on litigants, both plaintiffs and defendants to settle only about 5% of cases that are filed in court ever reach a final trial. That's a statistic people may be surprised by because they may feel because of the way cases are covered. That's often the resolution, but as you say, settlement far more common. In the sense of is there a sense here about obviously this woman taking on a prince, a prince defending his reputation and always consistently denying these allegations and she's defending her reputation and her record of events, is there a sense here of what would represent justice for her. I mean, we got a hint there from her lawyer. Well, it sounds like Virginia and would be open to settlement. I thought it was consistent. It sounds like her primary motivation is to be vindicated. And there is when people bring claims of sexual abuse or sexual violence, though, we do have a culture of victim blaming..
AP News Radio
Potter's ex-chief: 'I saw no violation' of policy by officer
"The the former former chief chief testified testified in in Minnesota Minnesota in in the the manslaughter manslaughter trial trial of of former former police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter Kim Kim Gannon Gannon resigned resigned two two days days after after Donte Donte Wright Wright was was shot shot and and killed killed by by potter potter during during a a traffic traffic stop stop one one of of the the reasons reasons that that I I was was required required or or requested requested to to leave leave the the agency agency was was because because I I would would not not immediately immediately fire fire camp camp Gannon Gannon described described potter potter as as a a fine fine officer officer potter potter has has said said she she thought thought she she had had a a taser taser in in her her hand hand when when she she shot shot right right it it was was a a gun gun get get a a testified testified to to defense defense attorney attorney Earl Earl gray gray he he looked looked at at body body camera camera video video and and squad squad car car video video from from the the shooting shooting I I saw saw no no violation violation while while you you should should avoid avoid the the policy policy procedure procedure law law date date from from court court TV TV again again and and also also testified testified a a taser taser could could have have been been used used as as well well as as a a gun gun since since other other officers officers were were in in danger danger I I met met Donahue Donahue
"gannon" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Molly link and gannon is like oh my god. The new zelda is gonna look so amazing and then they showed you know wind waker and it's it's this extremely stylized slapstick collegue looney tunes style action and everyone not everyone. A lot of people were just like. What are we watching. What happened to my super serious. Like adult link fighting. Gannon thing and it's immature. It was kind of the same way. Because yeah i mean the original metro. I think certain people had a lot of nostalgia for metro to take her leave. Never been a big fan of it but super metro-wide for out a generation. I think we really got into that game. And you know there's a reason why. The genre was called. Well metro dana. Eventually but the thing is is that i think the other thing that really made it. So divisive was that we hadn't seen one since one thousand nine hundred four but in like ninety seven. I think is went symphony than i came out. And it was like okay. They've furthered the genre here right like they took what nintendo started with super metro-wide and they perfected it. They you know symphony lawyers amazing. So it's like oh. I can't wait for nintendo to do another metro right because i can't see what kinami had done like i can't even imagine what nintendo is going to be able to do with it and it's like oh it's a first person shooter. What so yes. Very divisive for for fans for people like you probably not so much by bombing. I i wanna. I mean for from me. First one i ever played was my plate towers chaldean empire but the main one that stuck or not dark forest and they wanna stuck with me was goldeneye from back in the sixty four net so i was in perfect dark. So like you know mike. Okay here's an urban shooter. But this game isn't really what i consider. It is first person shooter. Yes but it's not like a shooter like that it's something so completely different because it's really a platform action game may be more in the kind of half life was. I also never played half-life very far. Yeah me neither okay. But i feel like this game kind of has someone that. Dna in it. Because it's the same type of idea that you're going through a an area. I mean not backtracking. There's none of that in the half light but that same idea where not just you know. Mission basically yeah absolutely. It's not like a duma halo. And then i think that was the other thing that even further muddy the waters. When when this was coming out was that you know. I think two thousand two wasn't the same year that halo came out or or the year before that i think he'll look him out the year before. Yeah did hillock on two thousand one And i mean you know so. You had konami like sort of what i would say. Excuse me perfecting the metro style gaming back in ninety seven. And then you had in my opinion. And i think in a lot of people's opinion microsoft and bungie kind of perfecting first person shooters on a console with the dual stick control and all that and like so not only is not coming out.
Fun Time Horror Show
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"We want him to continue living on. Although he's not physically in this world could continue to do whatever. I can to make sure. No other child suffers in the way adrian head if we can continue to do something in his name. That's what we want to do. Detective lancaster you may remember was the lead detective on adrian's case in his work tony lead to the arrest of both michael and heather. Unfortunately detect lancaster would pass away after receiving a fatal gunshot wounds while on the line of duty fleeing suspect of another crime at the age of only thirty nine years old. His colleague detective stuart little filled with delivery statement before sentencing as well undetected lancaster's behalf. I would like to start by saying that. I making the statement memory of adrian and in the honor of detective. Brad lancaster rapid everything into this case but he was murdered before he can see through. Brad was adrian's champion. Adrian has gone ordered by the two people who are supposed to love and protect him. Detective mark bundy. And i finished the case for brad. Brad should be sitting reading this on me. I cannot describe how deeply cases affected everyone. Who has worked on technicians. Help us find his remains. The woman who are forced to transcribe the awful details of his torturing young wife mark. And i been.
Fun Time Horror Show
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"As primary guardian so she was unavailable to help in two thousand twelve. Adrian had actually been removed from her care and policing the custody of michael his full-time guardian. Another mike whenever got away with their abusive adrian and no one seemingly being aware of the situation that he was in was because he was listed. As being home-schooled a lot of times abuses picked up by a teacher. Or maybe even a school nurse but in adrian situation. He didn't attend any school. You didn't have any friends. He didn't go places he didn't spend night. He didn't have any other family in his life and he was only seen on rare occasions even by those neighbors that live right next to him. Us completely kept out of sight out of mind. This was noted by previous investigators at looked into the calls made into cps about the abuse but again nothing. Substantial was a redundant the families quote alternating residency was no tainted by agencies as a huge problem across states as mike one heather were consistently moving back and forth between kansas and missouri. Making extremely hard for anyone involved to stay. On top of the case there was a claim made by kansas dcf employees phyllis gilmore who said that they would often share information back and forth about the family in that ever port was thoroughly investigated on both sides of the state line and again reports. Also show that no follow-through actually made for over a year with the family. Michael jones who had his own business at the time also had at least one employee you witnessed firsthand. The abusiveness of his employer toward his young son like most other instances abuse was never reported. There are two last attempts made by adrian's grandmother to report the abuse report that she was being kept away from the children. These two attempts but also fell giving helped adrian from a former deputy director of dcf. and keach. She was appalled by the lack of transparency from her former agency and said she quit the department due to similar issues and other.
Fun Time Horror Show
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"With the rest of the house. These balls are never clean. Usually had bugs likely maggots crawling around the inside of the bowl. Glavin liked to strap cutting more to the front back of his body. Making it impossible for adrian to sit or lay down forcing him to stand for hours. Even winning austin twelve in report. Adrian was sitting at a dinner table tied down to a chair. Food was in place in front of him. He couldn't eat due to being tied down to the chair to prevent from simply leaning forward to bar. Soap is jammed into his mouth. Thirteen reports say that adrian had been teased heather on multiple occasions based on video footage. These electric assaults adrian last up to twenty seconds long magin. How long twenty seconds would feel like being shocked that now fourteen adrian due to his torture specifically the restraints around his legs and feet developed a natural bins in his ankles causing them to become deformed over time back to the police. Report for a moment march third. Twenty-six lancaster met with who i believe to be gender hoover's take what she had uncovered found several conversations between heather and michael regarding adrian including pictures of adrian completely nude standing in a shower room..
Fun Time Horror Show
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"Like an institution and the freedom of a home. He has no contact with other kids. None at all one of the last post she made in the police report came on december. Twenty eighth when she said that quote she may have to feed pigs body. I believe that heather realize investigators had gained access to for online exploits and at this point other began to panic about the photos that she had stored on. These personal counts at some point. She contacted her friend in landlord about possibly getting online in downloading the pictures and videos that she had in order to ensure their safety. I heard this now. Understanding what was uncovered thoughts myself. That heather was some kind of idiot and caused the ceiling for own fate by doing this then again. Now as i'm doing even more research. I wonder if she had hoped that the photos and videos would be deleted by her friend wants found. That's not what at all jin who versus the name of that friend and landlord and upon receiving heather's user names and accounts she immediately logging and did his best which was downloading all the images from facebook accounts and icon account. But jin helping. Heather as a friend soon turned into something very dark and sinister hundreds if not thousands of photos videos depicting years of abuse surfaced. Jen immediately called a close family member. The grandmother adrian judy conway and asked her to come. And see i self what she had uncovered up to this point. Judy seen any of the kids in several months and upon arriving was in shock you lay out in front of her. Let's go back in time. Now discuss what we find out actually happen to adrian adrian. According to the online records found from heather long with photos and video footage thanks to michael's intricate mise system of video cameras told us a grim story about the months. Impossibly years leading up to adrian's untimely death one adrian tennant to be left alone. Stand-up shower within a household as a makeshift bedroom. You'd be left there for hours at a time and space not even large enough to lay down to inside the shower. There would sometimes be a chair placed inside with leather straps where he'd be restrained and again left for hours. Three adrian would sometimes be strapped to an inversion table and left.
Fun Time Horror Show
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"Of questioning about her using the internet other talked about stored pictures on her counts which investigators sought out to uncover in an attempt to get additional evidence or answers to questions may have had about the family's home life investigators in cover heather's membership into a facebook page called fuck. Everyone else is crazy to think. But we just had episodes band on social media. If what i feel is a lot less that. But i digress. Here's the conversations of some of these postings. Post happened on christmas day. Twenty fourteen again today. Where most families were celebrating each other and going out of their way to weekday special for someone they love. This is what heather was up to have a psychopath. I'm giving away for free today. He broke out last night. Fucked up my kitchen and everything. I had backed up beyond piston. He's running laps around pool. Doing push ups on tired unless someone wants them. She the replaced her own post. I can't shoot him. Lying can work the shit out of until i feel better in merry christmas to you to ours later. She replied herself again so beyond done with this kid as night. He jeez bureau in fucking kitchen knife during a stab. I jumped in the counter and pain and then added tackle a few hours later. Another response to herself yashar. Y'all don't one bay child support few minutes later seriously. Israel psychopath kidding. Everyday with this child is beyond guard in a prison yard a few minutes later. His bio mom fucked like seriously. He kills everything he comes in contact with and has to be restrained ninety five percents of the time someone finally replies together heather and says heather is that the push up l. e. m. f. a. From your security camera. When i was like w t f is that l. m. a. Oh poor kid and god bless you for taking him another reply from affiliate user. Merry christmas. But i can't take then. There's a some unknown user listed here and says this unknown user would have no problems pooling. here's a redacted word. Marry him look at flowers. Reply from heather walking dead. Look at the pretty flowers yom about the pull that shit again. Like not even eight minutes ago. He flipped my four month old out of her bassinet. While i was into these last year replies were in reference to significant episode of the walking dead series where carol comes to believe that a young character in the episode has become dangerous after taking the life of another child. She tells the young girl to look into this field of quote pretty flowers while she stands behind her holding a gun pointed to the back of her head and eventually pulls the trigger goes on in the post when statements like quote pain in compliance does not work. I've tried leather belts and shit. Don't work recently started using ace manages and splints out of my medical bag. My ass is too tired from last night. Man i was ready to lay down the little bastard a more mad at myself for slipping carry guns in a badge. Cov- his little ass. He unhinged a pair of my police issued handcuffs. And still to this day. I can't figure out how he did it. He didn't give two fucks in prefers to be.
Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"gannon" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Ways to decide yourself of course on an unconscious level. Either you decide okay. The word there is not trustworthy. There are no people. I can rely on so for the rest of my life. I will depend on myself and only myself. I will never trust anybody so far that the other person could have reach to hurt me so i develop Fear of commitment. Because i make sure that nobody comes so close to me that he could neglect reach me or just let me drop as i suffered it often from my parents. The other decision could be that you think. Oh it's so important it's so important. I'm craving so much for closeness that somebody's beside me. Because i have such a need for because my parents they wear so neglecting that you start being clingy as an adult you know then then you're overly concerned to have somebody close to you and then you're then you're running the risk even for toxic relationships that you you stay wage long in relationships that are really not good for you with partners. Tricking the treating you really badly because you always want to fill this big hole big wound that you that you gathered within your upbringing and course later experiences are also important but if somebody who was are stable and as good selfless teams experiences loss in light alive. Yes maybe you're twenty five your in love but then then you partner Say these you but then then you partner breaks up your partner breaks up leaves you and your incredibly said but you will recover after a while because this breaking up doesn't pull sold in a big childhood wound but if you have this childhood wound this up story is a is a big bag of salt within this wound. So it's much harder that this wound will heal again. People who have good self esteem. The wounds heal after a while and then they recover and then they think okay. There are other mothers with handsome boys or other mothers handsome goods so they engage gannon. Find another partner..
"gannon" Discussed on The Besties
"Hello welcome back. We are talking about the wedge. Zelda breath the wild to i was. I put a question mark on it because we don't know what the hell is game is called and nintendo won't say 'cause they insist that by saying the name it's going to spoil something about the game. I don't know if that's like a nintendo thing like they. They have a weird definition of what considered. What's considered a spoiler or it's like the legend of zelda gannon's the good guy now which could be. You don't know maintenance. Not it's just people have speculated that gannon's the good guy people have been wrong about a lot of the things that's true and i suspect this is one of them. I get something. The guy is to zelda games what the people who are like actually the parents in frozen They were the parents of tarzan and all the pixar movies and disney animation are all connected like yet. It's fun to about but it's not true like it's not gonna happen. Tarzan come on. This drew. I for those drums by phil collins magic Yeah so we're gonna talk about breath wild to relatively short. Because i mean when is there and talk about other than you kind of look like fending human in with your boston like the robot arm. Oh yeah you've got a robot arm you got robot arm and you can maybe transport through materials. Is that right. Well yeah we expect the big thing the thing that seems to be consistent because again they haven't showed very much but what they have showed is sky is all about the future of zelda and it's funny because we just played skyward sword coincidence maybe but This game also has a lot of sky stuff in it the in the latest trailer that they showed you know link or someone like link is jumping out of the sky. Presumably there are dungeon than the sky there towers in the sky I don't know. Honestly what i've seen breath wild even though i'm gonna play it like a maniac has not totally wowed me yet. I was kinda hoping for something weirder than what they've shown so far. Which again mostly seems like a lot of what we've done before but sky. But i i don't know so my my fear and mentioning again saying like some certain like a sudden obsession with lower in this series. I'm kinda worried about that a little bit because you know that skyward sword is the the very first gay in this all the time line right and there's its like own no. Is this game a prequel to breath wild. Is that why they're not calling. It breath the wild to right and this is set. We know that there was a hero before even the heroes of the age of calamity. spinoff game right yes. I believe that's correct. And and i could see how this would be connecting those two worlds that. You're you know you're connecting the skyward sword world. Ns in the fact that nintendo was like in a hurry to get skyward sword hd out that people actually play it. Yeah but the castle was in the ground and then it's gets pulled up so what. The implication castle went down again That's true that. I think it's in the future. It's after the events of the last one. I hope so. I definitely hope so i i would. I want to acknowledge your like canonical talk and talk about lower for second i. I feel very strongly about a few series that have lower and really shouldn't One of them is metro dade has like way more lower than it should have An and i feel the same way about zelda to some extent now zelda has generally been really good which is to say they acknowledge all. The games have similarities. Obviously there's always a try force and the gannon and zelda and link always in there and there's the master sword. But all the the only like linking aspects from mike lower standpoint have really just been. Hey this keeps happening. It's like you know destiny for these things to keeping the same way but other than that. They really branch out. So you have to worry about like returning characters as much or returning environments there might be some nods here and there but generally speaking like really stand alone. And i worry if it starts going down this road of like and don't get me wrong. I love anime. But like hardcore like attack on titan levels of depth to zelda where you know i'd rather just experience this world i don't need it shoved down my throat in like a ton of cut scenes. I thought the way they did cut scenes in breath. Wild was like very tame and minimal and wasn't overwhelming And i. But i'd be worried if they kept going down this road where they keep voicing people in like giving all this baxter that does not need to be there and the degree of difficulty for the sequel skyrockets because something that the original the world benefits from is i mean speaking enemy e you know you don't have your memory so really the story. Is you going from place to place in having these episodic adventures where you meet somebody and i k. You probably don't remember this but here's what you need to know for this next hour and a half and then you go on your own contained emotional journey and then you're on your way right and everywhere you go. People are telling you the back story that you need in kinda makes sense The sequel if it's truly a sequel suddenly you you you lose that I think the sequel also has the disadvantage. you know going back to the shrines. I mean they put they they. They really did it. Felt like everything could do with with shrine designed with the shrines are built around the four powers. Right you get so. I mean we've already seen one of them. One of them reverses time which is brand new You mentioned the like thing you turn into like a weird water droplets and like shoot through surfaces. So i'm sure that's one of them. It'll be interesting to see if the old powers also come back the idea that you could have like eight of those powers at once would be really interesting but again that might make it too difficult to have that many variables just wanna play. I think it'll be very good. I have not seen anything in the trailers that's like. Oh this is gonna be like a totally different experience. In the way that i felt about majority mask which again we talked about during the bracket thing the idea that matures mask took what was going on in green of time and totally changed it into something. That was completely different and was still incredible. An awesome super memorable You know still sticks with me. So i'm hoping that they are as adventurous with breath. Awhile too but they might not. You know now that they have this framework. I don't know if they wanna a risk. What is easily one of their most successful games. Yeah i mean that's the tough thing right. You create the greatest game of all time and then it's pretty hard not to just keep bringing making the greatest game of all time. Yeah i mean then again. They could just release another version of mary card and be fine. True how 'bout we get into some questions. Yeah let's do it. Okay from dr gannon..
Bleeding Green Nation
"gannon" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"We're going to try to essentially that skill set and put them guys in spots to do what they do best. So that's what we're kind of figuring out now. It's a good question. Taylor's got enough to really snaps. Today's motivation and some yourself packages mazi looked. And what are your thoughts on him. He has dt's he's had a couple of good days. He looks a lot more comfortable to me. Right now. Just in what he's doing next on a really good job with them of you know making him understand the why behind we do things. And hey this is his specific skill set. And we're gonna let him roll We're excited about the entire linebacker group Dt in particular has has gotten some snaps a lot. You know some some really good quality snaps which is good because like all our guys you know reps are because it's like you're you're working on your game constantly every day you're working on your game so the more reps you get the more you can work on your game. So reps are at a premium and he's taken advantage of those reps just in everyday. I'll help you guys. Are you know. I got the defensive staff yesterday and i said it's the first time i looked at all eleven on the practice field in. I've been looking at five guys so you know it. I know he's really good player. I i not really watching jalen honestly. I'm i'm watching are eleven and making sure that we get eleven on the field. I so i don't get fired and then Kaz ten will get you fired and it does happen at times. We don't want it to happen but I've made that mistake a couple of times but I'm i'm really just worried about the defense or not not worried about. That's where my focus is our young guys leering. Maybe two positions as started getting. I'm south young guys. Maybe learning to physicians at once specifically of milk millions. Does he have that acidy indeed learn. Absolutely that's you know like a lot of our guys. He's extremely intelligent and he's got a lot of football instincts. I think he can play five spots on the defensive line. So you know it's our job figuring out which what are his strengths. What are his weaknesses. Get his weaknesses. A little bit better. But you're going to see him move all over the place on the top front splitter cox says historically in centerpiece of defense here what needs to be done to maximize him and is he someone you expect. Move around or keep as three technique. He's gonna move around too because of his skill set. I think we should move around You know when you put him over the center. That's a hard match for a center He's obviously a premium player of ours. As you saw that today. I think he had like three t.f. Couple sacks But we're going to do everything that we can for for him To to let him go and be disruptive and and play his game and he can do a lot of things main is he's a really good piece to have because he's so unique and talented and yes so much experience he understands ball and it's been fun to watch and it's going to be fun to keep watching him go as he goes last. Do rams will you lose your wind up secondary guys. Don't really worry about that. Honestly next on a good job. We're focused on the process. Get memory he says. Get one percent better every day. That's that's honestly not in my mind Nah i'm really just focused on our guys improving their game because that helps the defense and it helps the team. So and the coaches. That's our job to get everybody under your watch. Better just improving a little bit. Some guys make a huge jump now. Some of them really good premium players those vets if we can just make that incremental
Bleeding Green Nation
"gannon" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Two of training camp practice. Gannon touched on ad and steven nelson to the secondary the level of physicality that the players have shown alone in just the first two days of training camp practice the significance of having versatile players and so much more. Here's what jonathan gannon had to say. Stephen nelson been so far really good. Yeah he Skewed to get a veteran. That's knows a lot of ball and just got to see what he's comfortable with within our scheme and get him to play to his strengths and his is going to. It was good addition for us in the second day. The defense is really forcing two. Fumbles out there op welfare than such an emphasis every day to get. Yeah we have a very define language with how we talk about takeaways. And that's going to you guys are going to see that in practice Hopefully a lot but we know the value of the ball and we put a high importance on it. So we're going to coach that up. They have like. I said we have a very define language was how he coach. That and that should be part of our dna which is the hits principle which that's the t- takeaways. So we have very distinct language with how forced fumbles how we scoop and score how we block interception returns so it just puts a very clear picture of what the standard is. What the expectation is of how we conduct. Our business is a little physical media more than you would expect contact. Is that the goal here or is that no. I think that's just part of how we're gonna play and it's actually awesome because we obviously have an offense of head coach and he believes in it so a lot of people out there that are offense head coaches. they don't wanna see. That and nick believes that that's the best thing for the team. The offense entity fence so he allows us to do that. Now we gotta clean it up because we don't want guys on the ground at times but We on defense. We're gonna play with a stinger. And i'm not gonna take that singer. Away is newt for his main defense. How does that factor into scheme. You're gonna use juggling with strips of the other guys. Yeah so. I would think with that. You know the the man coverage You know where he's going to place a man to man and we're just gonna figure out how much of it we can play if it suits us to win the game that that week so you'll see us. Hopefully be a little bit adaptable. A week to week with what. We're doing to try to defend opposing offenses with front seven. As far as how much rain were rerun cinnamon wartime house. You said the less we spoke that you're to figure out as you go. How's that feeling good. You guys are going to see a lot of looks out there and and again that's going into you guys you know we. We believe that our d. line is strength and we're going to try to put them in a position to make a bunch of plays and we also feel like an. It's it's day too. But i would say that a lot of those guys have very unique skill sets and we're gonna try to essentially those skill sets by how we align people so you know the the players have done a great job of of buying in and understanding the why behind what we're doing and stay tuned. We got a lot more to put in It's our job to figure out. Hey this guy. Does this really well put him in that spot for the most part you know and as we keep going and camp..
"gannon" Discussed on KTOK
"I'm Brian Gannon, the news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, news center. President Biden says he was very frank with Russian President Vladimir Putin during talks of the Geneva Summit. Bob Brown reports. President Biden says the U. S and Russia can have a good relationship with each other. Putin, describing the summit is very constructive and said there was no air of And where we have differences. I want a president Putin understand why I say what I say and why I do what I do The talks last thing about 3.5 hours, um Minimum security prison in Woodward County said to be closed because the facility is becoming harder to maintain in order to ensure safety standards. The Department of Corrections announcing late today, the William Esky Correctional Center, located in Fort Supply Oklahoma, well, they close by the end of the year. Modoc director Scott Crow says the decision to close the facility was a difficult one what was needed due to upkeep cars being no longer feasible to keep the more than 50 year old facility operating Oklahoma, health officials say thousands of doses of Covid 19 vaccine said to expire next month won't have to be thrown out just yet. Very lucky Reports new guidance from the Food and Drug Administration means that most of the states 75,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine are now good until August Last week, officials said that several 1000 doses of the vaccine had to be thrown out as state vaccination rates fell More than 1.7 million Oklahomans have received at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine that, according to health officials today. Officials also releasing the latest covid numbers, saying 216 new coronavirus cases were being reported in Oklahoma today, bringing the statewide total since the pandemic began more than 455,000. Border wall may be completed after all, at least in Texas Texas Governor Greg Abbott Lee today announcing a $250 million down payment for the construction of a wall. On the border between Texas and Mexico. That's a quarter of a billion dollars. It's more than enough to hire the project manager and the contractors and to begin building the wall and we are committed to adding more resources as needed going forward. The Texas governor said that if the federal government wouldn't complete the border wall, the state of Texas will The Justice Department today announced it's dropping its investigation into former president Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton's book. Previously, the DOJ was attempting to seize Bolton's profits from his book titled The Room where It Happened. This comes after the Justice Department's efforts against Bolton, claiming he did not receive permission to print the book failed last year. The Federal Reserve's holding interest rates. Study, the Federal Open Market Committee kept interest rates near zero and maintained our asset purchases. During a news briefing fed chair to Rome, Powell called it part of an ongoing strong support for the economic recovery. Bell also noted the Fed is keeping a close eye on inflation is the recovery progresses. Investors also are keeping an eye on that inflation, pulling some of the money out of the markets today after the Federal Reserve admitted it is keeping an eye on inflation and expects it to continue At the close. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 265 points the S and P 500 was down 23 NASDAQ slid 33 points. On the news. Radio 1000 Katie,.
News, Traffic and Weather
Kim Potter, officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, resigns
"As Mike Grudge you reports a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in a fatal shooting of a black motorist Former Brooklyn center Minnesota Police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of 20 year old black motorist. Dante right. The shooting ignited days of unrest. Potter and Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon both resigned Tuesday. Attorney Benjamin Crump, who represents rights family reacted to the charge The family of Dante, right, We'll get to have their day in court. The shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers sought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding
AP News Radio
Former Minnesota cop charged in shooting of Black motorist
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kim potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of twenty year old black motorist to Dante right the shooting ignited days of unrest potter in Brooklyn center police chief Tim Gannon both resigned to Tuesday attorney Benjamin Crump who represents rights family reacted to the charge the family of Dante Wright will get to have their day in court the shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers ought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding warrant hi Mike Crossey up
AP 24 Hour News
Minnesota Police Officer in Daunte Wright Shooting Resigns
"After a black motorist death in Minnesota. The White police officer who fatally shot a black man in Brooklyn center Minnesota during a traffic stop last weekend, resigned Tuesday, as did the city's police chief officer. Kim Potter, a 26 year veteran, fatally shot 20 year old Dante right Sunday. At a news conference, Mayor Mike Elliott said. We did not ask you to resign. That was the decision. She made. Police chief Tim Gannon also resigned. The shooting sparked two nights of protests and unrest. Brooklyn center is just north of Minneapolis, where former police officer Derek Sheldon is on trial for the death of George Floyd last year. I Mike Rossio the defense has started presenting witnesses
AP News Radio
Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist's death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a police officer and police chief resigned two days after a black motorist death in Minnesota four white police officer who fatally shot a black man in Brooklyn center Minnesota during a traffic stop last weekend resigned Tuesday as did the city's police chief officer Kim potter the twenty six year veteran fatally shot twenty year old Dante right Sunday at a news conference mayor Mike Elliott said we did not ask her to resign that was a decision that she made police chief Tim Gannon also resigned the shooting sparked two nights of protests and unrest Brooklyn center is just north of Minneapolis where former police officer Derek Chauvin is on trial for the death of George Floyd last year hi Mike Rossio
All Things Considered
Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign
"Two days after a police officer fatally shot 20 year old Dante, right after what began as a routine traffic stop of Minnesota police chief and the veteran officer who fired on right have resigned. Chief Tim Gannon said Officer Kim Potter mistakenly grabbed her gun when she was going for her Taser protesters and writes. Family members say there's no excuse for the shooting and that the justice system is tilted against black people. Family attorney Benjamin Crump says right was stopped for expired car registration and ended up
AP News Radio
Protest after chief says officer meant to use Taser, not gun
"Another night of unrest in Brooklyn center Minnesota a city just north of Minneapolis police clashed with protesters Monday night for a second straight night after a police officer fatally shot a black man in a traffic stop over the weekend killed yeah well that is all looking center police chief Tim Gannon says the officer had apparently intended to fire a taser not a hand gun it's twenty year old Dante Wright struggled with fellow officers Gannon describes the shooting as an accidental discharge right staff Sunday of spark protests and unrest in any area already on edge because of the trial the first of the four police officers charged in George Floyd staff I'm Mike Hampton
AP News Radio
Police: Minnesota Officer Meant to Draw Taser, Not Handgun
"Police near Minneapolis described the shooting death of a black man last night as an accidental discharge body camera video was released of the traffic stop involving Dante right in Brooklyn center Minnesota as you can hear the officer will struggle with Mr right shows taser taser several times the officer is also heard saying Jim Gannon is the police chief in Brooklyn center as I watched the video and listen to the officer's commands it is my belief that the officer had the intention to deploy their taser but instead shot Mister right with a single bullet again and would not name the officer but described her as very senior and would not say whether she would be fired following the investigation the shooting death of Dante right set off violent protests in the Minneapolis area more National Guard members and state law enforcement personnel are being deployed I'm a Donahue
Police say Brooklyn Center officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun
"By a police officer. Because she drew her handgun instead of her Taser as she struggled with 20 year old Dante, right, here's chief Tim Gannon disappears to me from what I viewed in the officer's reaction in distress immediately after If this was an accidental discharge, a Times Square vaccination side is now open and it's
WBZ Midday News
Cop Meant to Draw Taser, Not Gun, Before Fatal Shooting
"The backdrop of this trial in Minneapolis. Demonstrations were held in Brooklyn center Minnesota last night after the fatal police shooting of a young, unarmed black man. Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon giving an update moments ago. So far, he says their investigation has shown that the shooting appears to be accidental. He says the officer drew his handgun instead of his Taser. This is the mayor Mike Elliott. Obviously, this is deeply tragic. Uh and and we're going to do everything that we can to ensure justice is done to ensure, um, that our communities are made whole. The officer that discharged his weapon has been put on administrative Leave. The
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"News with Charlie Parker. Charlie is in the building could join us at six o'clock. Take us until Nine o'clock this morning, Tim. Merry Men onboard. Brian Gannon, The 24 hour news Center. Dave Aylor makes the whole thing go. Charity. McCurdy has the morning off. I'm Chris Duel and Kim and Brian. What? I'm hearing from a lot of people online. The big questions are among Texans When we're late she be be open. And when it will water burger be open. Tim, I think you've got some HCB news on when we can expect it to be open today. Yeah. You know, most of the stores were closed yesterday. Think about it. You know all the highways shut down. Their partners couldn't get there to work, so they shut down. They'll be open today. Noon Toe five. Noon to five year H. E B's will be open to day and as far as water Burger, I cannot believe that water burger shut down well, and it's interesting and I saw online. Apparently, a number of water burgers were shut down, but a few were open and there were lines as long as 90 minutes. Get water broker. So Texans want their comfort food in a time like this. I'm just surprised people could get out and get to the water. Burger. Yeah. You know what I might have done has gotten in line of water. Berger got what? I wanted to eat, got back in line and ate it while I was in line, and they've got something else. Then you're ready for the next week. That's the fan of water. Burger. Yeah. Wow, that's the way to do it. Yeah, And I was talking with Charlie. We'll hear more from Charlie here at six o'clock. Apparently Charlie walked to his H E B yesterday and he said when he got in there, you know a lot of kind of a flashback to a year ago when covert 19 started to kick in as far as you know, people, only a certain amount of people getting in at a time. Ah lot of people going for you know the staples like toilet paper and water and things that people are very, very concerned about. So again. Very interesting. How a situation like this affects the behavior of shoppers and especially shoppers in H E B and the things that people go for it, and they may even still haven't haven't still at home. Yeah. They may need more. Who knows, Right? Didn't your hoarding from Go ahead, too. I don't know when this is going to end, But you think about this. This is unprecedented in our area. Not only do we had water burger set down a cheapie shutting down if you had a vaccine appointment, most of those guys Change. True red schools are shut down when there's really nothing going on in this town, right? You know, and you think about it, You know, a year ago, we were all pretty much used to going to places and getting things but because of the pandemic we've gotten so used to people delivering things to us, and they can't deliver them to us. Now, all of a sudden we've shifted back to Ending on our own. It's It's interesting. Well, and Tim, you just gave the litany of things that shut down. You know things that were used to having in life just shutting down as Brian reported earlier, at least for a night. You know, the Spurs shut down tonight tonight. There was supposed to be playing in Detroit tonight due to contact tracing. They don't have the minimum eight players required to play the Detroit Pistons. Tonight. So now we'll have to see you know they have Ah, back to back game that was originally scheduled at Cleveland against the Cavaliers. So we'll keep an eye on that game. See if that one will be on for tomorrow night. See that that 2020 was the bad year. We're in 2021 things just keep happening this year that is it ever gonna end the great question? It's kind of like 2022 point. Oh, I'm still waiting for for all the all the hassle subside a little bit. Lots more coming up. We're on top of everything you need to know your weather, your traffic, the rolling shutdowns of your power. Latest news is right here. San Antonio's first.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Philadelphia Eagles hire Jonathan Gannon as defensive coordinator
"Coordinator. Gannon was the new well he was with the new head coach. Next. Syriani in India the last three seasons. How come I want to say Syriana? Marling? You know Howard Stern fans can attest to that one. And that's well, they bring back Brian
This Week In Video Games
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for Nintendo Switch review
"Hara warriors. Age of calamity is a demo out. Intendo switch which is free to download ahead of the launch on november the twentieth much more breath the wild and it's predecessor hyrule warriors nintendo of done a great job of marketing this one as a breath prequel and it's got fans hardtop and are really really look forward to the release. The visuals and mechanics of the game are very breath. The walled with curry tecmo bringing in the sheikha slight abilities like bombs ice magnetism the bio mechanics of horror. Warriors have been mixed in really well here with link and other party members feeling really powerful when you run into battle to mogens and the other enemies are flying in the absolute hundreds really really cold. Seen the game has been sapped as a prequel and as such age of calamity is set one hundred years before breath of the world and we saw games is of this battle in breath of the wild itself with the champions falling battle against calamity. Gannon the snippets. We saw wearing cut scenes and memories and age of calamity looks to finally fill in the blanks for us the various playable heroes in the game including link impo zelda and the champions themselves. I don't play tara warriors previously but the bow system is super fun. Actually i had a lot more fun than i thought. I was going to. If i self against waves of enemies in the hundreds much more than freshness standards zelda game battles take place in a math around haro with a at filled with friendly and enemy does to as pockets of enemies but there's also objectives marked on the map we have to either secure location or takeout big enemy or this some kind of objective in the demo. Batum with guardian. We have to enable these sleeping guards help. Impact and a mini time travelling guardian to there's a variety of attacks including a light attack has a heavy attack and various special attacks. Which also have a cool down as mentioned before you got access to these chic as lite which allows you to use bombs crisis as stacy's too so bombs are really good for destroying a bunch of enemies and also freeze enemies with stasis because smash enemies off into the distance which as as it was in breath awad age of calamity battles film and the characters. You play already different to his easy to switch between characters during batteries in the deep end so impo in particular is very powerful as she can make duplicates of 'self and seldom makes creative use of the sheiks like but she doesn't feel quite as powerful as the other two characters. I played infamy is the most fun definitely. Give her a try. I'm looking forward to playing as the champions in particular dirac so related to the narrative. The game there's a mini guardian. The can travel through time and he appears to be in. Jairo costs sometime in the future and hops into a wormhole to escape a big guardian. The narrative is super interesting as you pretty much the fate the champions link and zelda similar to star wars rogue one tragedy does a white the how we get there is going to be full of twists and turns at first. I wasn't really sure about this. Release not having played the other titles dynasty warriors or hira warriors. I wasn't ready tissue about this. Zelda spinoff but the fact that nintendo has given arguably the talk name to a third party says a lot which know downton. We'll be across much more than ever before and the great thing about the demo is you can jumping without having to make expensive commitment science clemency job in its hands command in november with loads of behaviors around it plus new consoles. But this is definitely something. Nintendo fans are gonna be checking out over the holiday season. So i'd say if you're on the fence pick up the demo and give it a try. I for one have been persuaded a can't wait to jump in come november the twentieth.
Ron St. Pierre
California tells six additional counties to close indoor businesses, all bars
"And being told to close down different businesses. GANNON, California Unfortunately, as the virus cases continue to climb there, here's Fox is Jessica Rosenthal. California's governor says they're monitoring an additional six counties now added to the watch list, including San Diego and Marin, meaning no indoor activities at restaurants, wineries and movie theaters. Governor Gavin Newsom said that during Sunday's 24 hour reporting period, six people passed away from Cove it he wouldn't attribute the low figure to a cause, except to say that even his case numbers increase. The ages of those testing positive now are younger, so a lot of these younger folks may be coming into hospitals, but with not as acute needs as what we were seen in the past that said Monday, L. A County reported 48 deaths in the prior 24 hours.
Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction
The Future of Education
"As students. Head back to classrooms and other countries schools are adapting in order to keep students safe in Taiwan. For example there are now plastic partitions around the desks of elementary school students during lunch the Australian government has asked more vulnerable staffers in their schools to work from home. If possible in Denmark Cafeterias are disappearing and students now eating their classrooms to avoid large gatherings. Now it's the United States turn to determine what must be done to open school safely. My colleague Evan. Mcmorris Doro has been covering the impact of the corona virus pandemic on the United States educational system. I talked with him about how and win students from pre K. To College Michael. Back to classrooms are people processing this the way that you'd expect or are they not believing that this is necessary. What are you hearing well? One of the wildest things about this whole time has been just how quickly that change had to happen so you know you think back to March. We're having a normal school year. But everything changed just so quickly. The best way I can think about describing it actually came from Lily Eskillson Garcia. Who's the president of the NEA? Which is the largest teacher's Union the United States? We're in the middle of tried to find the right metaphor. A lot of teachers have said. We're building the airplane. Well it's going down the runway. Another teacher said Oh. It's bigger than that. We're apollo thirteen. We're Houston and we have a problem and our kids are on that space ship with their parents. Isolated the efforts that go into a successful school. You're already massive. Right like the Moonshot we gotta get a crew to the moon and get them back but what happened. In this case was something went wrong along the way and actually made the job harder because all of a sudden it's not apollo eleven now it's apollo thirteen in which everything breaks down and then you have to use only the tools inside people's lives in their home lives to get education done. We think about that scene in the movie where they dumped that stuff on the conference table. Okay here's all the tubes and stuff and they have on the ship of kids. Listen we gotta find a way to make this fit into the whole for this using nothing but that well this is what they're talking about when it comes education all you have is the technology type people's houses. It's a very different kind of teaching two very different kind of education but the schools themselves in terms of doing what we count on schools to do. They were not prepared for this. Did you get any sense Evan? That they're starting to think about the fall right now. We hear about states reopening obviously all over the country and at the same time we hear. Maybe there's going to be another wave or this isn't going to really go away. Is the general sort of idea that schools will be back. Open the fall. Or what are you hearing? Well the difficulty for schools difficulty facing a lot of people which is that they have to take a long time to plan to. They're going to do next but we don't know what's going to happen next. So at baseline level. I can say this there will be schools open in the fall from the K. Through twelve level into the college level. What that looks like. We're not totally clear on few years ago for sixty minutes. I did this piece about the Khan Academy and they were making the case. I remember this years ago that There could be advantages to online learning. Are there advantages that this type of learning offers over bricks and mortar when we went to a full online system? What we learned was that we had problems with things like the education. Gap Education gathered already. Exists became much much more broad. I spoke to a teacher in. La Named Gannon's four. She can't even take attendance. Absence rates are high. We're dealing with it. The things we're dealing with some students whose parents still have to go to work and so being the oldest because I teach high school so a lot of them are having to take care of younger siblings. We do everything we can. We send emails and make phone calls and things like that so I think that we are definitely going to have a learning gap. We're going to see it in the next few years. We're going to have lower test scores. I think it's inevitable as part of your reporting if you've been talking to the students themselves I mean I'm I'm wondering what? How are they reacting to this adapting to this? The students are stressed out. We're hearing that from teachers. We're hearing that from parents and I think in my own conversation with the students themselves. I felt that same thing. There is an excitement. I think about something new at first as you've gone along with this thing you found that distresses just they? They want to go back to traditional school. I've not yet met a student who was like man. I would love to do school from my parents basement for the rest of my life. That's not something that I've heard. I think that that reflects my my kids attitudes as well although I will tell you. It's Funny Evan. Maybe not surprising when this first started. I said we're still going to maintain a schedule. You'RE GONNA GET UP. You'RE GONNA shower. You'RE GONNA brush your teeth. You know the basic stuff and now if they can roll out of bed and get to their laptop in time. It's it's sometimes asking to WanNa work in our sweatpants. They can definitely go to school. Sweatpants right one. One thing that we are seeing is is that some schools are reopening You know in Montana for example and I'm wondering how are they approaching it? What are they doing there? Are there lessons? I guess for for the rest of the country because Montana is a state very different from more populous states. They had these really small schools in these really small school districts. One of them is Willow Creek School. Which is has sixty kids in it. It's a town of two hundred and fifty people about and sixty kids. The Superintendent and the principle of Willow Creek is named Bonnie Lower and what she described was the school day. Very different than what we're used to. We have six foot distant marks on the playground so that they can play games at recess and save six feet away from each other and we will alternate our bell schedule so that kids are not in the hallways at the same time. Common areas are being disinfected regularly. Every classroom has hand sanitizer wipes teachers have masks. So if they're in a student's bubble they put the mass on. They'll there's a lot of precautions. Bathrooms will be used one at a time. We're ready to get back to normal as normal as we can and even the arrival school is very different so they've had to reduce bus schedule so a lot of parents are dropping their kids off and then once the kids get to school are led into the building by an adult one by one and before they go in their temperature is taken. There's no more luncheon cafeterias so they are in the building but the school day looks very very different and these are the kind of things that we may see in schools across the country when they reopened. This is the challenge. The challenge is how to try to do social distancing in something that was never designed for that. We've all been forced to evaluate risk differently. I mean the truth is that we all take risks on a daily basis. Getting in a car and driving is one of the riskiest things that we typically do. And there's a lot of people who say well a kick ball and then somebody touched that I touched it with my hands and then I touched my eyes. My nose my mouth something like that. What are the chances of me really getting infected? And it's still very hard. I think for for public health officials to answer that question but I think what they'll typically come back to is at the answer is that the risk is low but it's not zero. I spoke with a rising college freshman from Minnesota who are trying to plan on what schools he was. GonNa go to and the college campuses are out there right now advertising. Look we're going to reopen. We don't know how we're going to try to make say we're GONNA change the way dorms work classes. Whatever what they really have to try to convince people that they can create a safe environment. I asked this kid. This is an eighteen year old kid. I said look if they open a college campus right now would you go and he said no right now. I would not maybe in August. Maybe if I could be convinced that things were safe but right now I'm not ready to go. So there's there's a difference in how people take that risk and feel about the risk factors and feel about how things are going on that. Maybe you have a situation where these elementary school students in Montana. Their parents are feeling like look. This is a worthy risk. Will take you know. We'll see how it goes but doesn't work. We'll just shut things down again and it's not that big a deal and on
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At least 16 dead in Taliban attack hours after US agrees deal to withdraw 5,000 troops from Afghanistan
"Alright how to reconcile two developments both yesterday both involving the Taliban the first word that the Taliban and the U. S. have reached an agreement in principle that could pave the way for the withdrawal of thousands of US troops from Afghanistan US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad was on Afghan TV last night doing an interview announcing all this and even as that interview was unfolding came development number two a bomb going off in Kabul that killed at least sixteen people and the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack so just who exactly is the US negotiating with in these peace talks will help us understand the Taliban in twenty nineteen we turn to Kathy Gannon CCI senior correspondent for the Associated Press she has covered the region for three decades Kathy Gannon welcome thank you so much so let's start right there trying to reconcile a group that says it's inching toward some sort of peace agreement and is also setting off bombs in Kabul on the same day what's going on there are a couple of things going on I think for sure that they're very close to an agreement but there was always the issue that there would be increased violence as a cut close to the agreement I think this does the Taliban saying we're not coming into this from a position of weakness and I think that message is as much for their own foot soldiers as it is for their partners in whatever agreement that is is finally reach de partners being the other Afghans members of the government members at the civil society and the United States how much of Afghanistan does the Taliban control right now well I mean I think that's a hard one to answer to tell you the truth the government it is sad controls need be around fifty percent the remainder of the country does the Taliban control that no but they control large spots and they certainly hold sway in a great deal of the country is the Taliban. today the same organization as it was in two thousand one when the west first went into Afghanistan. I think it's different it's different in that they understand that they have to accept it girls for example local school when the will work day chat thing they do understand that you believe they do understand that and yes they are religious yes they are conservative but Afghanistan is also a conservative country so the Taliban are very much representative of rural Afghanistan. what about what is known about links between the Taliban and al Qaeda or other terrorist organizations which is of course what led the US to invade in two thousand shares the Taliban had been had been harboring the leader of al Qaeda sure exactly and those links still exist and that's why the S. and negotiations with the Taliban or to guarantee that areas that they hold sway will not be used as an area where where attacks against other countries can be launched is so critical and the details will be very important to to note so let me end by circling back to where we began news of the bombing yesterday in Kabul there was also news over the weekend of a deadly attack in in conduce Afghanistan that the Taliban also claimed credit for. what impact do those have on these peace talks to the risk derailing things. my understanding is that they won't de rail the hard test I interested the collisions I think what will go ahead that's the Taliban sitting down with the civil society with representatives of the government and hammering out what will be the future state of Afghanistan it might make those inter Afghan negotiations even more testy even more difficult but I don't see that it will de rail and the Greek you meant that includes that inter Afghan negotiations Kathy Gannon of the Associated Press thank you
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Complex Organic Molecules On Enceladus
"Saturn's moon Enceladus has an ocean of liquid water under its icy surface and conditions there appear suitable for life, the water fuels enormous geysers who's plumes rise all the way into space bit those plumes could tell us a lot about whether Enceladus ocean contains life right on. And that's why Nasr's Cassini spacecraft made several close passes within fifty miles of Enceladus is surface flying through the plume. So that it's instruments could analyze their composition. Well, what they find. They founded the water in the plumes was mildly salty and contained molecular hydrogen. This shows that the floor of the ocean is in contact with the rocky body of Enceladus. The molecular hydrogen might indicate hydrothermal vents like the ones on earth. Seafloor these could produce abundant chemical nutrients for life in the other findings relevant to life. Yes. In twenty eight teen researchers published a new analysis of cassini's data and announced a major discovery the plume material contains complex organic molecules these are large molecules with many linked carbon atoms like the ones that make up living things on earth. He's molecules might have been formed by nonlife processes and indicate conditions suitable for the origin of life. They might also be bio signatures breakdown products of actual living things from retold. Whether this is an actual bio signature, what was the composition of your Gannon molecules side on. Nobody knows when cassini's instruments were designed nobody knew about the plumes the instruments weren't designed to distinguish different kinds of organic molecules. We won't know until somebody sends a new spacecraft with better instruments drought. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I NIA Cassandra garden, Don glass.