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South Africa's Higgo Wins Palmetto Championship at Congaree

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

South Africa's Higgo Wins Palmetto Championship at Congaree

"Twenty two year old Garrick Higo was broken through for his first PGA tour win in just his second start coming from behind to close out the pal metro championship at Congaree in South Carolina just gone to another level now so I'll just see what my game can do I enjoy playing and seeing you know what my game does in a way it takes me the south African posted a final round sixty eight to finish eleven under and then watched as a third round later Chesson Hadley struggled through the closing holes ending with the final hole bogey they gave him a closing seventy five and drop them into a six way tie for second one shot back at ten under the wind was he goes third victory in this last four tournaments the other two winds coming on the European tour I'm Graham make us

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Former D1 Volleyballer, Victoria Garrick, on Mental Health Struggles as a Collegiate Athlete

Hurdle

02:17 min | 7 months ago

Former D1 Volleyballer, Victoria Garrick, on Mental Health Struggles as a Collegiate Athlete

"One of the sections in your multi hyphen. It is talking about being a mental health advocate to me about your mental health. Going into college. Did you even know about mental health going into college. I knew about mental health. But i really felt like it would not happen to me and that sounds extremely privileged and it was a very privileged thought. Process was oh. This is something that happens to others. But i'm competitive and i'm strong and i'm ambitious. I'm smart you know. I thought that if i kept my grades tie and i was a great athlete and i was. I didn't have to really listen intently to those conversations because really my own belief in myself. I'm thick skin and i don't cry about a lot of things and i really bought into that stigma of its weakness and i'm never going to consider weakness happening to me so i just really didn't appreciate the role that the mind played in sports and also life so interesting the way that you just went about talking about that as if mental health categorically is negative. You were like. I didn't think that mental health would happen me. Is that kind of how you view it. Or oh my gosh. Not any more than asked how it was communicated to me. At the time like from society it seems lake a weakness and it still doesn't many facets of life and you know that's why one of my passions now to speak out against that because the stigma around mental health is what kept me from understanding accepting and honoring what i was going through. I was in such denial. So it kept me from facing my issues for a long time and then it kept me from seeking help so a stigma is a bunch of s not weakness. It's everyone has a brain. Everyone has wellbeing. Everyone has mental health. And that's why. I'm so passionate now about changing the conversation because i bought into that stigma and inevitably make things worse for me

Why a Dystopian Future Is Not so Far Away

Wild Wild Tech

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Why a Dystopian Future Is Not so Far Away

"Russia i've been spending a fair amount of time recently watching star trek deep space nine which i love because i think it spends more time on the kind of non human characters than the other series like in a recent episode. We learned that this kadarshian. Who'd garrick who lives on. The station has been lending capacity literature to the human dr. Julian share so that he can kind of learn more about that culture and we see him every one of these books except this book comes in the form of like a little like a little stick like the size of a pen kind of like a usb stick. Except i went and looked it up on. The usb stick wasn't invented until five years later that's so cool. It's funny because you've rented like this chicken or egg situation where like star trek has future stuff and then this happens but like also the people who make things like this also love star trek. So you start to wonder like did they wanna make this star trek thing real or iino was star trek just sort of like in that wavelength and ahead of its time in a very smart way. They've also got like what star trek communicators which are very much like cellphones right touchscreens. Where a big star trek thing they all have these like little tablets like way before the ipad came out right and siri. They talk to their computers. We talk back to them you know. Do you want to do something. Funny about the usb flash drives specifically hit me. Please say the their about who actually invented it. But the singaporean company that holds the patent for the thumb drive is cold trek two thousand international bats. Incredible it's funny to remember that cutting edge tech companies are also like run by huge dorks. Who loved the stuff i do. And sometimes that's uncomfortable when you have like surveillance companies named after pailin tier which is the lord of the rings thing all gross.

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Michael Madigan’s Successor In Illinois House Resigns Just Three Days After Madigan Arranged His Appointment

Chicago Tonight

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Michael Madigan’s Successor In Illinois House Resigns Just Three Days After Madigan Arranged His Appointment

"It took just a few days for former illinois house speaker. Michael madigan's handpicked successor as representative of the twenty second district to resign on sunday madigan and democratic party leaders elevated twenty six year old ward employee edward garrick kodak to fill madigan's house seat but today madigan and thirteenth ward alderman. Marty quinn issued a statement saying quote after learning of alleged questionable conduct by mr kodak. It was suggested that he resigned. State representative for the twenty second district. We are committed to a zero tolerance policy in the workplace with madigan support code at one over ten other people seeking the job. The former speaker intends to have another meeting tomorrow to select. His replacement

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Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht

Mark Thompson

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht

"East Bay. Authorities believe they have solved the 1988 kidnapping of nine year old Makayla Garrick. They are charging a convicted murderer 59 year old David Mish, who's also a suspect in to Fremont killings back in the eighties. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley says Miche will be charged with kidnapping murder with special circumstances is charged with the murder of Makayla. During the course of the kidnapping, the evidence establishes that he was the kidnapper. And that I'm a Kayla's body and Makayla herself have never been seen. Her remains have never been found. Police say A partial palm print matching missions was found on the scooter McCaleb was writing the day

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"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"And just in the search engine putting garrick jones. Oppositional come up. Please guys signed it. You know comment on it In the more the more the more signatures. I have better 'cause they'll signatures currency self and it helps me and what we're doing with the nfl and trying to get get back into the nfl. Houston texans are the atlanta falcons are are any other teams that are needing some some good transformational leadership in. It's time to make those moves. And in i look forward to being. You know the guy that that hits that that that movement. I would say anyplace warm. When i i know garrick jones i one final question for you sir. In that is why do you work. Well i work to leave a legacy When my grandparents great-grandparents in great great grandparents passed away. They did leave us. Anything you know. They worked hard for other people and unfortunately they didn't have anything you know. So i learned how to work hard for my parents and you know with my parents. Being a little more forward thinking will we will be left with something. But i look at the generations that come after me like my my children's children i want to be able to leave a blueprint for them. That they can take and that they give to their kids In from there just a legacy in in generation of wealth of knowledge and generational wealth of finances and and give them an opportunity to be successful and in that way they would be able to carve out their own lanes and be their own trailblazers and pioneers. And i just wanted to inspire not only my family but all families i want fire i understand i understood early on at every movement needs a sacrificial lamb and i feel like that i m their sacrifice when it comes down to the different things that i've had to omit in my life but you know that's the reason why i do what i do. That's my why you know my children know day. They are the reason why you know my my wife. Just my family Making sure that they're ok in a provider. So that that's it. Man that's me in a nutshell while you are leaving a blueprint and i think that blueprint will definitely have an impact and we. We should all appreciate a sacrificial lamb. I i would say to that in their jones. The future general manager of the team to yet to be announced. Thank you for your time kind sir. I appreciate it immensely. Thank you man. You ever go in there thank you. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of why we work with brian. Be sure to subscribe follow and share with others so they can be encouraged their work. I hope that you have yourself a productive yet. Joyful day in your work..

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"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"That you go in and and what was crazy was so many of these ivy league. Universities were offering free courses. I mean free courses like really really in-depth these were their course offerings Jumped at it man. I i've completed so many courses from gail from harvard. I out man. I try to hit as many ivy league schools as possible. Because i want her to see if i really knew what i was talking about him. I was okay. i know that. That's that's pretty amazing. I didn't know that that there. Oh man oh yeah. Geez a lot man. I mean that's that was my thing you know. I got to the point where i was. I just couldn't get enough knowledge. you know. i was spun. And that goes back to what i was saying about the concussions and those different out i really have to push myself. And that's part of helping me through the process of of knowing my body had some trauma in normal brain is some trauma. So i really have to work at it so long as they. I think my brain has some trauma to and that's not making is not making a joke but like it really hard to focus to read to to really ingest. You may not maybe but certainly reading again a reading at route two. So it's really going in there. So i think what you're saying is perfect for this as well of people no matter what sort of difficult if you have a desire to learn or if you don't have a desire to alert you should have a desire learn but with with learning. Don't give up right because you or i. It doesn't matter we can get through it if you have a desire even even if you have to do audio books and all of those types of things it all alone. It's all all good way to to learn something especially if you have a passion for something garrick jones. How can people reach you sir. I tell people all the time that they can search me on any search engine They can put in my name. Jerry jones For the nfl. Next to it. and everything. I'm doing a up Four my petition and a lot of other things that i'm doing They concert job the hashtag. Jj the number four gm in what will happen is everything that i'm doing everything and i'm posting social media. Wise will pop up You'll you'll get a chance to define my Situation with the huddle of foundation. Houston you'll find is the fail. Which is the stays developmental. Football league You'll see a lot of stuff from the nfl pa and then of course you'll see a situation from The petition to be the next general manager of the houston. Texans are general manager in in actual nfl itself. In and from there once you go and you You guys can kind of you can go to change dot org and put my name in the search engine. Petition will come up. And what i've done with. Epetition is made their life electric. Press kit where you get all of my articles You get all of my interviews. I mean once this one is done. I'll have that posted on there. And i'm making a a catch. Ow where everybody can go there and see all of the different things that i have going on. Learn about the petition. Learn about me and business malinche profile In everything so that's a change dot. Org.

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"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"But But yeah i think so. I mean it's just one of the things being competitive is something you're born with and You know maybe a former professional athlete. those are things that drove us. You know my brothers. They were really the athletes and should have been the nfl players and should have been mlb an nba players but chose to go a different route But we've i'll always been competitive man. And i think that's that's one of the things that it sets me apart. You know knowing. Myself mock competitiveness and and how to how to drill down on that when the time comes when it's needed how. How many summers did you last with your dad's business. 'cause i know you said i think we need three if i'm not mistaking you know. I think we did. Three solid summers. I had a couple of friends that jumped in with A couple of times dan. You know He started paying an ice cream cones Betas and money the first time around so he was like i don't know a kind of had a former union union things kind said You know. I think we need to shut this down and then you got your was at the next job you mentioned or what was another couple of jobs. She got into middle school. You said fashion design Yeah in the ninth grade A buddy of mine We we started a graphics design. Business called southern flavor images. And what we were doing was we were. We had so many different frames that we're wanting to do different things and really didn't know in at that time we were in that same boat but you know. We were idealistic opportunistic. We were Ambitious so we just started really teaching ourselves A lot of different things and back. Then you didn't have the internet so you have to do a lotta reading Libraries are those types of things. And that's what we did man and to this day You know people you know. Reach out to us. You know as far as consulting as far as imaging as far as branding. And some of the things that i've i've taken into my league when it comes down to these players you know teaching them how to be a brand within a brand had marketing promote themselves in themselves and also have a social Social proof a different things that you do so and it's just carried over throughout the years man it's been. It's been a good time. I'd like to ask you a few questions about what you're doing now but even still chronicling your workflow into how you made it into. Say the nfl efl. When did that start to really take take notice weather recruits or yourself. Something that you wanted to take seriously or is it just something you kinda stumbled into. I think i think it was a evolution to be honest with you You know. I think with how my career.

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WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Athletes with their branding financial literacy in just a better understanding of life in general to keep them away from unnecessary bumps and bruises that we all experience. I wanna find out how this program works. What his role is if he has especially since he had five years of. Nfl experience five years of cf l. Experience if he has any other aspirations join me in this conversation with garrick jones umbrian v. And this is why we work today. Have the great pleasure of speaking with mr garrick jones. Good day find sir. A good debut man. Thank you for having me. No thank you and we do not know each other but what little i do know of you and you know of me. You were gracious man. I know that right. From the gecko. I cancelled are meeting the other day in then i was a little bit later on you even coming earlier today so i know you're gracious man that i truly thank you for giving me the time the opportunity to have a little conversation today with you about work and not a problem. Another problem at all. I'm going to do an introduction about you in the end. And i'm going to throw it at the front usually do it before but because i was laid didn't get to do it. So could you fill in a little bit more. And i and. I'll do my best to give you the best introduction. I could possibly do when i do do that. Phyllis on the type of work you're doing now and maybe a little bit that led you to it. Well the type of work that. I'm currently doing right now. I'm not allowed on the philanthropic side but also on the I think cutting edge and forward-thinking side of professional sports In regards to revenue generation for athletes and their families as well as a different professional leagues. I have developed football league states development. Football league where we focused on The business aspect of it for the players and their families are also Financial literacy business acumen. We talk about just a curriculum. That will give them the opportunity to be successful when a career is over because the careers for professional football players are pretty quick. I like to say that it's the best temporary job you'll ever have But ultimately you know. That's the space that i came from but i i've been a business consultant for a number of years Started my first business in the ninth grade. Which is a A design business marketing promotion graphic design situation so my thing is always been about educating teaching and teacher from testimony And that's really where where. I am in a space that i man you know. It's all about giving back. It's all about educating solid body. Exposing to and it's all about creating that movement like that so i think that's the quickest way that i can. I can say about everything. But it's it's a lot deeper but That's primarily where i am space wise mr jones. You mentioned grade nine. And that's what i like to take..

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"garrick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'll name names next week. Strengthen the housing stocks. Today. They've been pretty decently strong. A Zai mentioned the financials, but that they continue to be dead Money oils bounced a little even the oil prices were down, based on Maybe a deal coming. But leave no doubt the leadership names, most of them. Most of them. Had a rough day today. Let's call it 2 to 3%. On average. As the NASDAQ was down 2.5. But there were some things down five if not more. We'll come back on the week after the weekend, and we'll be ready for anything. But, man Oh, man. 2020 wow. 2020 what could come next. All I know is I spent the day so far. Getting in more shape. I've already done seven miles today. And in case you don't know I have my screens in front of me with my incline trainer. No, really. That's seven miles already, as I head down to 12% and I decided I'm going to get to 10% body fat, but, man Oh, man, I know it's gonna be tough. If you have any questions, email me at Garrick a dot com and be nice. I got a couple e mails that weren't real nasty, but she was guys Come on. Come on. If you don't know by now I'm on your side and not on theirs. Anyway, If you'd like to do it, we're going to put out a webcast this week. I'll explain that the second up next year will explain that and other news of the day. I'm Gary..

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"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"So what has happened is that hard for it has become a place where you have buildings tall buildings surrounded by parking. So twenty two percent of the downtown Hartford is parking lot and it's not just a question of quality of life also clustered of economic viability because all that land. That used to be paying taxes are paying almost nothing in taxes to the city. And he's going to be worse look forward right. So if you if you buy this idea that autonomous vehicles are going to take over. which seems quite likely. Than you know you might very quickly get into immortality where you're not really keeping Paco's you just getting them and you through don't need to go somewhere right but actually the one of the. Things that people are selling. Vehicles on is the idea that you will need embarking anymore because the cars will just. Roving or they'll go to the edge of the city. I don't buy any of it and I don't think that autonomous vehicles you know we have been promising for the last ten years that autonomous vehicles are round the corner. We're GONNA get in five years I tasked happened yet I. Don't see any progress made towards the so called level five autonomy. Okay. But I should say something about Hartford about if it will continue getting worse Hartford as actually changed its parking policy. And is now trying to reverse all the damage that has been done over the last fifty years. So I think that Zubeir did promising. Potential lies is that cities are finally beginning to understand that these OUGHTA. Enabling. Technology is not necessarily good for the city. Right. Right. Yeah. Again, going back to. Bear, you know sort of city planning and transportation design comes together USA say doesn't intricate forty, five hundred sensors to love the city designed to monitor the number of cars entering limits. been that number exceeds the level sued exceeds can comfortably accommodate the of halted on highways and main roads into the city onto consciousness relieved..

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"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents podcast. Where we.

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KOA 850 AM

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Garrick that's kind of what propelled me to view the past life regression because I thought well let me go check this out so I had six hours of recordings where I basically described every minute of this woman's life up until her own death described jewelry and who I wanted to get the jury to and I ended up going to Cooperstown to the hall of fame museum and I had access to all the characters in the documents and I had a hunch down that there was this family that they were closely because the policy was reproducing photographs to give to a family and I went down these people and sure enough they did have the jury I described and this man who is seventy three years old who inherited the jury I become quite close with him he was like a grandson to Lou Gehrig's mother and he is the one who verified everything but he also happened to be a Methodist pastor who did not believe in reincarnation however he did confirm all of the details that came through my past life regressions and when he said his interpretation was this is an example of wisdom and knowledge they cannot come from rational experience but it comes from being in the flow of the channel of thought the what he believes is that Christian was channeling the Gehrig and I was channeling the mother because those two souls needed healing in there well you can't rule that out right and so I kind of leave it open ended in in the book I don't definitively say that my son was with Kerry but when Christian and iron private and we're having conversations that is the way that we talk about it however at eight years old now I'd have to ask you this does he show any signs of being a good athlete or baseball player of the kind of magnitude Lou Gerrick was was one of the great ones yeah he is still quite advanced for his age and he have a lot of similarities when he was younger his families were strikingly similar even though he would swing the bat and he's left handed obviously and he does plan a team now one of the most competitive teams in southern California and his team made it to that that pony World Series last summer what position does he play he plays this is kind of odd but he plays at shortstop his left ear because of first baseman yeah and he if the age at the younger age shortstop kind of the key position so he played shortstop and pitcher and he and one of his teammates pitched a perfect game during their little worlds yeah that's so he's pretty good as an eight year old very good and there's now a lot of other kids that have caught up with him I mean he had really amazing skills for his age like a two and three it was kind of impossible things he was doing and there's a possibility of a movie yeah yeah I was going to say that we're having trouble now that you're trying to find someone to play him in the movie because we search the internet and it really is tough to find a kid especially a lefty at that age with those kind of skills and yeah yeah we just I just sold the rights to my book the book comes out on March twenty first of this year and but I just sold the movie rights to twentieth century fox well that's great exciting and the producer who's doing it to the movies have in it's for real huh and he did the movie Jennifer garner miracles from heaven and he's brought on the screen writer who wrote miracles from heaven and as fate would have it I guess I attribute this to Wayne Dyer that he would bring me this guy who also wrote the movie trouble with the curve the Clint Eastwood which is a baseball movie one see I can I can envision how this movie is going to start right now Kathy in that is he's going to go way back to the Lou Gehrig Iraq is gonna show ship scenes of in lieu playing baseball he's going to show the retirement speech and all that and then boom we flip to real life and here we go I love it you got to start them I love it I love it I love it now what is Christians say these days about this I mean does he talk to his little friends or is he out of it totally yet you know he's he's pretty much into immersed in his everyday life as Christian help you know he's he's talked about it on the on them he did a podcast recently where he talked about it and it is harder for him to talk about it because he remembers saying these things but he doesn't have the spontaneous recall that he had when he was little why would you grow out of that I guess that's pretty normal all of these children I think think the intermediate to the children reaching school age where they really start having their own identity but it's it's a pattern where the latest that children usually have the spontaneous recollections about the age of eight and for Christian it really was like around six when he started to not think about it as much so what do you think it was channeling or indeed a past life I would say that I lean more towards the reincarnation only because I have experience he's kind of full memories you know so I I feel it like now that the story then revealed to me I have a lot of deja vu feelings and things like that it's a remarkable story it it truly is what the what lessons have you personally warned about this entire episode as it made you a different person you know what it really has it's it's really made me realize that that can I share one story with you but when doctor Tucker was at our house I mean it this is a doctor Jim Tucker yeah Dr Jim Tucker who he's the director of the division of perceptual studies and they've accumulated over the last fifty years he and Dr Tucker and Ian Stevenson his predecessor has been documented twenty five hundred cases of children who recall past lives so Jim Tucker came to our house on Christmas five and a half and he interviewed him and had documented his case and while the image here he talked he said asking question about dying and he said you know what happened and questions that my body stopped working and out of the blue Christian said something he never said to me before and he said well I picked her to be my mommy and then she got old and then a group of a when did you pick her and he said when she was born and then he said where were you when you picked her and he said.

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"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

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"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Of him. But yeah, no this this one is from China Wally, Linda guests are on their honeymoon so I chased telling Max Mercury impulse in Chessy quick about his wedding honeymoon. Oliver Queen of you. HIM IN A. Come on Lil. IFFY him and Joanna Honeymoon in Las Vegas. Better places and there's worst places you know your your Superhero Ball and on a budget Wena we said back then it was the forty was like. It's just some small little sleepy town. Wasn't you know wasn't? Like it is now well. Heck up until late at twenty ten. You could actually still. They still had a place for your horses on the outskirt casinos, so that's. Vegas what you think it is. Of course. You where you think it is. Another day. Anyway the GSA shows up the drag him off to an adventure. As you do man through that old ball and chain. Really low. Help our. Hey Man, it's good enough for Mary Jane. It's good enough for everybody. It's just so weird being Mary J. to me. I don't know Oh. Yeah, Oh yeah yeah. It's just like you know. 'cause it's a flashback. It's like you know in the present dates like Jones old, lady. Feelings unexpected. Took looking laundry pictures of your grandma. ACAS Whole Venture at this Maumoon Casino, but of course WHO's IT FIDDLER SHADE AND The thinker shall. Remember where I had high hopes for the Acre. Me! Dragged on that prison storyline too long. And at the same time, not log enough. Room. Well. Thank, God, and it goes along with the context in. Waltraud At least at least I, feel now as still. Hey, chromebook, cecile the passion. Has Said never forget never forgive research, even though she's a redhead. Wow, I. Know I know incompetent redhead though lakes. Oh in the last thing I read It's very apropos because normally jake. Eric in it, but also. Well. She was the source spangled kid I believe before star, girl but I the first volume of Geoff Johns, GSA. I don't know how many people I know that don't haven't actually read. Do Comic Book broke even DC Comic Book Row. The Best I love his his attention to detail in care. That's the thing about Jeff. He loves to kind of take your characters ideas fame from the past of DC in really likes flesh out and give it new life. I might as a person who does the Golden Age. How can you not love that? Particular arena minute is John Zemin, the writer though is. The other one. Oh, the James James Robinson a glare. That one. What's the first home where they? You know they bring that? For the modern age. Little shaky. I mean. Yet, but I mean if you're an air over fan, I mean Jake Erickson here Courtney's with Morrison. Here hockey honestly though. Jay Gear they didn't do him justice. What the? Air Over Never do Jay geared as peripheral character justice. He just has so many other late, subtle nuances and Kind of you know courts avoidable late I. Don't know people just don't pick up on. They don't like long term plan for Change. It seems like it's like. Do they even know if he's still alive? After, the. Toll they need a man. Secretly hold in the speak force together the whole time, but whatever that's bad cannon. Whatever you they want to bring back. That's what they're gonNA do. Even if his universe car the. Arrays they're going to be like him in June. Took refuge in the speed force. Me Why not who's going to? be the ultimate convenient plot is can be that I've ever seen a modern day. Stories Comic Book Storytelling. But the speed force's dead. It's never. Energy remind true on true. But who's going to punch through that wall? Brigham. Signed Your Whitening Rod and hold on site. You know what I'm saying. But someone's GonNa Punch speed wall, and now we're going to bring back to life A. runny Raymond. People's. Own My. Dad's shut up. Shut up. Never speak that name again as much as I love that character. Never speak that name again. Are. Still better exactly. Always will always better. All right before we get out of here little, if any Jay Garrick, recommendations, you WanNa make. Our. Way Too long maybe will make a facebook post. I think I'm GONNA make a facebook post. Guys shorts you. Go check out our page in while you're. There have not liked it which I think a lot of you have it. Please feel free to smash that button. Alright so. Yes next all next week. We're doing a before. The bats, the Big Batman four ninety seven, and if you'll know what that means, do you even comic book? Do even DC Comic Book Do. In two weeks will cover what the next two episodes of star girl and showcase number four the first appearance of Barry Allen. He wasn't standing around smoking. Smoking had followed somewhat out of favor someone. Never really goes anywhere unfortunately so. Month Florida? Anyway, so yes, send us your thoughts on. All of that like low set followed legends of the air overstock. Keep up to date on everything we're doing. e an.

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"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Do not Superman and Lois, because super girls, not coming back until mid season, which is probably what next summer at this point would you not I think? Everybody in the air. Verse probably needed this refresh for better for worse. It's unfortunate what's going on, but I really do think that a lot of people needed this refresh. It just sucks further crew. WHO's not getting paid, you know? Pretty much what sucks about hoping? For The whole entertainment industry. It's like the stars will be fine. It's the cast is the. Behind, hadn't people that are really gonNA suffer for a while because we are. They said it'll be good for listen Danielle. who were both pregnant? They'll give them like wartime than drink. That Vancouver Water Y'all. YIKES! A good season legends. Advocate the a shaky start, but finished strong in I. Really liked the way they took with the saints I thought that was super cool yeah. Yeah I mean when in doubt right. Supernatural. Every episode is Bay Rod. I must smoke some pat stuff whole. Mess him actually liked him. I was Kinda like thrown off, but I was just like Patillo economic wrong. You still there now, right? Yeah. Is All. You're not ray. L. Allow. He needed a friend. And I guess I guess they had to go with news. Are because I don't know. Would it be awkward if you know your best is deeming your sister? Chandler being would like to have a word with you apparently. What God up Parody Album Personnel Department Civil Blake, the friend's apartment, yeah! I think that that was the hit with the opposite. That I was like Oh okay. All right, let's Today Garrett Shakier. Baby! The original Flash, yes, we saw we saw his Those those those were Alex. Ross posters in that Jay GSA headquarters right. abby, Alex Ross. Never get tired of that man's artwork. I have literally all of his books. Even the marble stuff. Yes, even. The moral stuff you know more. So yeah, I mean i. read some other stuff, too, but I I. I did a little sampling of some of the forty stuff. Okay here's my here's my big takeaway on clash comics number one every time we see a flashback, Jay's origin who looks like he's working in the lab. And then it gets overcome where there's hard water fumes. If you read the actual flash comics number one. He's just like leaning against the lab table, smoking a cigarette. I'll love whole fire Tau and like. Knock over the hard water. Yeah Yeah. That's you're noticing. I think so I mean if I've Read I. Don't remember even read in Flash Comics number one before if I did, it's been years and years ago. Yeah I was just like wait a minute. All this time. Kids dedicated scientist. He was a bum. That's usually how it goes with a lot of those heroes. They happen into it and they make the most of it. One of those common threads of the early DC stuff I. Mean I appreciate it at least was working. So we get into the other stuff. Yeah. So, well, what was your favorite? What's the route to you about the nineteen forty stuff? It's just wholesome in. It's done. It's just people doing good for the sake of doing good now because their parents died. Exactly exactly when that go out of style. nineteen seventies appear at least. Thousand all. Goes. Further than that. Yeah I I just I I don't know, but he is my favorite like I'm not gonNA. Make no bones about eight on berries bears a close second, but it's just something about J it's the costume design is earnestness, his dealings with his rogues gallery It's just a vibe. It's a big mood. Yes. Yes total package. But yeah like I said I did a little. smattering of stuff that wasn't the nineteen forty. Did you ever read? Will courses from nineteen ninety? The flash fifty, th anniversary special. At that the Dow? But it was lacking something I couldn't put my finger. WHOA, yeah, I mean it's. A story of J. Berry and wally each have their own separate stories in here both quitting the same villain. Yeah. It's kind of like a throwback to you. Know like you know flash. You know that that classic last year, but not really is. You guys could cause like when they did the TV show I thought that was so cool that they actually like. It. Yes I like the JAS J. Stuff I think because they couldn't get any of the original creators, but like the Barry Allen Story, they actually had a carmine Infantino drawl. It. Actually look like an issue of Perry's flash. I think the wally stuff was his creative team at the time, but. But. Yappy a lot of people understand J.. Own Motive especially right now like the by since like maybe to the mid two thousand people just really haven't gotten original J. seem so far removed now. UNIMPORTANT, but it's like no, he's so important story. no matter what that next mercury thing was. Basically your shackles, but come on Homie. Varnish don't flake. When the if new readers come down, it's like if you get original jade psych I don't know if they see him as like an old man or like you know they knew. Why not why not? All Lady hardly can happen. Why Not Super Super Old man there you go speed force keeping them live words like new fifty two. They try to like. Age Them. Those characters just like. He was just that he's a second iceberg. suspended animation. It's fun. We've had to happen before it's. Reference. The dumbest thing about Captain America I'm not even going to like I just I hate that. We'll get there we talk about. Lord much allies can be fun anyway. But yeah I also. I also read A. Flashed one sixty one from wally series. Yeah. Know. Why for me was a a shaky start? Just because I have the whole berry thing went down with. Crisis Herbs. I don't know. Well like enlightens, it's up. It seemed like they were GonNa like I know rate wally like you know almost like buried just a little slower, but then like the flash series starting just paint him as a huge jerk. It's just like you know. To say afraid replacing Barry in the you know that that's where you should. I just couldn't. What think it took mark coming on board allow. I'll yeah. Win Marquis. Yeah! His body of work. He has so much potential ahead.

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"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"garrick" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"What you say! Got, unpopular opinion. Let's let's catoon. WHAT'S THE UNPOPULAR OPINION I think most people are. Good, I didn't Mike Ruby rose down in anyway. Yeah, that's fine, but I guess she's not they're going to. They cast woman, but she's not going to be cake canes a completely original care. They're out. I know and I don't think it's an original. I think they're going to pull from the email from the bat that. family okay might be cast or might be. Somebody. I thought the original plan. From. Cut In and out but I thought the original plan was. For. For this new character, just become the new bat woman. So would they put like a Stephanie? Brown or someone in about suit? Sino. Thinking Oliver anything goes. That's true Arabic. Because I know last night. You are like a messenger. You're saying yet. Word and I just want one in. True but I just didn't know like I. Know You were talking about Stephanie, Brown and Cassandra Cain last night. I'm dislike I know they're not GonNa do them as background are. About. But Yeah Are you there? That's where you're cutting out. Here Okay But, yet. If. I don't know. It just seems. Like I, said Connor. Do new character. It. But again if you're GONNA do this, this show injected care even if it's like a decent known DC, character, like Stephanie Brown or something, it's like you know Kate had all these personal connections that you know? The main villain was her sister. You know her dad's hunting are now you're gonNA. Bring in. The character has like no connections that any of these people I don't know they should just read. They should have just rebooted as something else I don't know. Do Tat woman show one hunter show. Why can't we get a green air in the canaries? Make some room. See I'm losing you but I mean. That's. Their problem, is they. Rob Roberts. Southgate said they should just recast Brian Peterson. They should just bring in Barbara Gordon for God's sake another crate decision. But I mean yet right I don't know about the whole Barbara Gordon thing because aren't they having plans for her in the movies and you know they don't like. They like double dip like that Seems so weird. I mean the time to do it. I mean Ruby. Russia told memorable. Crisis all that on how early never film and that is then they could just crisis sentence at all. You know it's still K- that she just looks completely different I. said I just wanted to. Give it the Alice, the will the actress who plays her sister, Alice, I mean in the comics. They were twins anyway. Killer off as the bill in just maker Kate. Yeah lost both hope, but yes. I thought they were going to do a thing I mean they've already done spacewalks on this show. I thought they were just GonNa face swap her with somebody or just something like that. But? I guess not. Again into seems very weird after even after just one season. I just wonder. That makes sense. Yeah the whole crisis thing it's like come on. They could've easily did of done that Or they should have like retold that something Yeah, and brand name Saint for years and then come back girl movie. They haven't done anything. We didn't was in the but nothing. Yeah, I know. I mean they've been. They've been screaming about that girl night wing movies for years now I mean my favorite character night wing. I don't know if I want them to touch these these this point in this universe hollow Lizzo, fire. Data okay so late, honest girl. I didn't like where we were at. The asking you because as. You know issues and things like that choice and I just like. I was been like. You know. Your numbers were things. Don't always go according to plan in the mid of like You know yeah. I mean I think that they can still salvage in. Any way scramble goodbye like I said. That's the only thing I. really like exactly I didn't like them. Use An hush anyway because he had like a personal connection with Bruce. Doing. Making him, a villain on the show made no sense to me I, don't know. O'Brien Brian Saint Oh I was just saying how the Alice actress. Youth but Brian Sane have alice the character takeover says do a redemptive work. Bailey I love Rachel. that was familiar with her Her CW work without rain and I. Think. She did a great job his. Own so. Do they what Robert Self Game. Yes. Yes, we know. That might be dumpster power arrive. We know okay. But. Brian Ruby just never felt like she was having fun. You gots you know I. Mean You could always say it's a plane. She's planning a bad character, but. The character careless, but at get it although we have plenty of representation that you over his still kind of get, it gives us the other thing. It's like it's I mean I have no problem with a lesbian character, but doesn't. It just seem very convenient that the last woman in that suit was a lesbian, so it's like. Go out and find another you know. That's the get somebody this or Or something else than you. You know what I'm. There you go. There you go! Yeah, bringing somebody who isn't white, yes. I. Mean or you know what just? Banks how? It just become. You're getting. You're getting choppy again but no. How about the stepsister? I mean you'd have to alight guy I don't know. Explain how you know. She's been training over the summer something. But yeah, you have to adjust the fighting skills but I mean her. I just wonder how they're going to do this at all, or they're going to have her and Luke run. KNOWS IS KATE GONNA. Get killed her. She disappear like Bruce and they're like. Oh, we need someone else for the sued. Yes. It. The whole thing just seems weird to me. It just seems very awkward. I mean I think it would seem less awkward even with just recast. The actors look nothing like Ruby res-. I think it would just be like okay, so were not just the kids. This is what we're doing now. So! What are you there? Military there, so we could talk some star, Girl and legends of tomorrow. Maybe not but hey. Everybody see. We got to play catchup. Star girls, episodes two and three there's more to kate than being lesbian must see Brian what you say. an sally. All they seem to focus on. They could make that teen hacker, but.

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Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

Trent365

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

"Welcome to day twenty of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Coming to you today from the state because that's reality for a lot of people around the world right now. That is the limitation of activity. Nick Society that you can get up and down the stairwell. I'm saying that because I know a lot of people watch this show and listen to the show actually have the luxury all having a backyard or even being being able to walk in the street so that I'd share that perspective for those of you that do have that luxury to understand that. It's not the same for everybody by any stretch now. The role of meteors interesting one and a comment from Simon Shepardson in one of the episodes a couple of days ago. Really got me thinking about the role of meteors. GonNa play in a cultural because let's face it media and media. I'm talking about everything from film. Radio television up to social media influences off today that collective media has played a big role in where we are today in terms of what we strive for what we aspire to what we think is the goals in life and a lot of people are saying right now. We need a bit of a recent. We need to go back to basics. We need to go back to the community. We need to go back to living within our means and whilst I think all of that is true. I'm not sure it's GonNa happen unless the media collectively starts telling those stories because if we go back to the spectrum normal life after these two any life after these and yet every time we to the cinema every time we turn on television or read a magazine or or going social media with bombarded with images of the aspirational life. And that's all of this stuff that we've we've sort of looked to today in terms of luxury then. I don't think we're going to get that cultural reset that we need. So if media collectively tomorrow decides not telling stories of back to basics if you like the cultural recent movement how long do you think it takes society in general to accept that? That's what we want to strive for. We WanNA strive for back-to-basics we now aspire to that community lifestyle. Hallam Garrick and it would take us as a community a global or local. Whatever you want to look at it from which perspective. How long does it take us to actually accept that as what we aspire to? And how long does that take to help the cultural recent because I actually think that if media doesn't go there then we ain't going to have a cultural re said let me know in the comments blood interest that interested to hear what you think about that already? That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow

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Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

"Welcome to day twenty of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Coming to you today from the state because that's reality for a lot of people around the world right now. That is the limitation of activity. Nick Society that you can get up and down the stairwell. I'm saying that because I know a lot of people watch this show and listen to the show actually have the luxury all having a backyard or even being being able to walk in the street so that I'd share that perspective for those of you that do have that luxury to understand that. It's not the same for everybody by any stretch now. The role of meteors interesting one and a comment from Simon Shepardson in one of the episodes a couple of days ago. Really got me thinking about the role of meteors. GonNa play in a cultural because let's face it media and media. I'm talking about everything from film. Radio television up to social media influences off today that collective media has played a big role in where we ought today in terms of what we strive for what we aspire to what we think is the goals in life and a lot of people are saying right now. We need a bit of a recent. We need to go back to basics. We need to go back to the community. We need to go back to living within our means and whilst I think all of that is true. I'm not sure it's going to happen unless the media collectively starts telling those stories because if we go back to the spectrum normal life after these two any life after these and yet every time we to the cinema so every time we turn on television or read a magazine or or going social media with bombarded with images of the aspirational life. And that's all of this stuff that we've we've sort of looked to today in terms of luxury then. I don't think we're going to get that cultural reset that we need. So if media collectively tomorrow decides not telling stories of back to basics if you like the cultural recent movement how long do you think it takes society in general to accept that? That's what we want to strive for. We WanNA strive for back-to-basics we now aspire to that community lifestyle. Hallam Garrick and it would take us as a community a global or local. Whatever you want to look at it from which perspective. How long does it take us to actually accept that as what we aspire to? And how long does that take to help the cultural recent because I actually think that if media doesn't go there then we ain't going to have a cultural re said let me know in the comments blood interest that interested to hear what you think about that already? That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow

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Hasbro’s poor earnings report tells a trade war story

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Hasbro’s poor earnings report tells a trade war story

"The calendar proper says it's fall all the counter according to Wall Street says it's earning season and in general corporate America's doing alright that sentiment however does not extend to Hasbro the third quarter was not kind the toymaker reported profits of this morning that we're well below estimates of earnings news that is actually the story of the trade war in miniature three of tariff announcements and delays and the chaos that makes it one company just ahead of its most important season marketplace's Merrill Sagarra tells the tale in the Toy Business Chris Miss Comes in the summer that's when retailer start stocking up getting shipments of toys from Hasbro and other manufacturers they can buy those toys directly from Hasbro in the US were they can import the toys from Hasbro factories the retailer buys the product from them in China the retailer puts it on their own ship you know there's a lot mark target the big guys and they ship it to the US themselves that's Linda Bolton Wiser managing director at Da Davidson? She says a lot of retailers do this because it's cheaper they get discounts is an economy of scale but the calculation was different this summer retailers were staring down a deadline September first that was when new tariffs were supposed to go into effect on toys and lots of other stuff coming from China tariffs the retailers did not want to pay therefore if you're a retailer between June and July August you're saying Oh my God we have to change the order retailers started cancelling their shipments from China they told Hasbro to import the toys itself and tariffs to Hasbro had to scramble they had the rush around and get whatever freight on the ocean from China and they had to pay more you're but those tariffs everyone was freaking out about they didn't go into effect in September in August the trump administration delayed them until mid December to save the holiday. being season but that didn't help Hasbro the toys have already been put on the bow it takes six weeks on the boat so it's too late you can't switch it back you know and that's the problem it's not just the tariffs it's the whole on again off again thing the uncertainty Garrick Johnson is equity research analyst at B. M. O. Capital markets uncertainty is often worse than bad news because you do assume the worst and not knowing how to plan especially for very seasonal business has been very different old and this won't be the end of it for Hasbro because those tariffs are still slated to go into effect on December fifteenth unless they don't I'm Maryelle Sagarra for marketplace

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Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop?

The Frame

03:05 min | 2 years ago

Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop?

"You might have heard that the artists behind the hit old town road little Nasdaq's came out to his fans at the end of pride month. Garrick Kennedy is a staff writer at the L._A.. Times where he writes about music and he thinks this is a pivotal evitable moment for hip hop. When we spoke we started out by listening to a little bit of a little Nasdaq Song titled Closure Go back one one of the things that he he said is some y'all already know? Some of you all don't care but I'm interested in that last part of it because for a long time hip hop was incredibly incredibly and I think in many ways still remains incredibly homophobic. So how much is what he's doing exception to the rule in the history of hip hop. This is an audience that is now much younger so a lot of these attitudes that have been so prevalent in hip up for decades. It's just don't jive anymore. <hes> and that's an interesting thing because you know I've always been such a huge fan of this genre by as a queer man you know you <unk> get hurt a lot by a lot of people who will you might be fans of their music and then oh they said something that obviously is not great or even worse they've set. Let's learn their music and you know for so long. It had gone unchecked. I think eminem was really the only person who had ever had such a humongous controversy but it didn't end his his career he sat onstage with Elton John and he did what he needed to do. And then his next album he went right back to wrap in the way he was rapping and he still does and it's been eighteen years since that moment moment. You're putting your finger on a couple of different things one is kind of a rollback of the homophobia and sometimes the misogyny that's so critical to a lot out of lyrics over the years and the other is that as artists are rolling that back there also coming out and are those two things inextricably linked that ass more performers performers are being honest and open about who they are that the nature of the entire mix of lyrics is starting to get dialed back in the question that I've had is. Why are we seeing shifts now when also at the same time a lot of the music hasn't changed a lot of our attitudes have not changed? I mean little is XS. You know what twenty twenty one years old and you know he comes out. You know the second that happens you can see you know young who will get on the song with him and we'll do one one of these old town road. Remix is then doing an interview and said well. I'll be come out because I think people will not really pay attention to the music and they will just only worry about who who he's sleeping with a not so much of what the culture is still is despite all of the change in the progress that we've seen in the last ten years culturally the there have been lots of progress but also outside of music outside of hip hop. There's been an extremely <hes> I rate of of of change in terms of

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First Screenshots of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer

Latest In Tech News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

First Screenshots of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer

"Of duty modern warfare first multi-player screen shots have been revealed at e three twenty nineteen so they had e three calcium twenty nineteen first image shows a player full galley suit, complete with silence rifle these words new engine allows for dynamic cloth. So in a Gilead suit, moves the rest of the suit, moves more realistically, to characters also wearing a veil over their head and has a character moves so every part of the clothing and suit. So really doing the engine here, the second image showed in Teves return of the juggernaut suit and special outs to call a duty modern warfare Infinity ward art director Joel Emslie, also discussed he asked for early on. Heavy metal music to start playing as union dog or not as soldier inside. It shows it as his musical choice on the battlefield other details. Revealed during the panel, including that, while some characters are returning from two thousand seven's call of duty four modern warfare all the voice actors are new. They also further discuss their new engine that took over five years. Agreed which allows for things such as the caliber of bullet determining how an if it can penetrate a wall and go through the other side. So while the first preview of the game discussed the smaller more intense settings in modern warfare. They want fans to rest easy knowing that, there are still larger scale sections of the campaign, speaking of the campaign, you'll play half story as sergeant Heil Garrick, a former British army officer who will work alongside returning character car, captain price. You should remember him different character to the ridgeville, but we'll honor what made him so memorable the second half will be centered around a CIA agent named Alex who embedded with local forces in the Middle East and assigned to work with another commander Farah, who has a corollary of cap been price. So. So excited about that. Call duty modern warfare will be released on over twenty fifth twenty nineteen on PS four Xbox One PC will feature full cross play across all platforms,

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"garrick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"garrick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Pushing Tony? You didn't hear them. You just call them Tony lads. That's what his friends. Call him again. You had available to you. Lou Garrick Lou Gehrig. I doesn't have multiple nicknames. I'll check it out of the iron horse is the one that many people, you know, they go by Tony last Garrick Babe Ruth murderers row. I mean okay. So you go to another nickname, you don't like Joni lands, you're moving onto the next horse biscuit, pants BUSTER, low Rueben or Columbia, aren't hold on a second. Let's examine this hungry Lou. No. It also cites Lewis. One of his nicknames because his name was Henry. All right, wait a minute. What Lou Garrick wasn't Lou was. But in Hebrew is. Lou aaron. What, what I'm sorry. All time home run leader. Not getting those. Are you not understanding what we're doing there? Clearly, what's happening. I'm getting flashbacks of the first opening segment of all right? We'll tell the people finally tell the they were gonna get off Tony lies. Tell the people finally because this is the thing that happened gods. Yes. See here he digs in on the mistakes. And then everyone gives them the applause and keeps making the mistakes. He had no idea what we were doing there. So explain to Mike, the nature explain my to the people. The nature of your frustration was to God's on Saturday that he kept just going for the applause, trampling your job. We had a will Cain joke set up for the very end of the segment. The first words to got says, on the sage is will Cain and later gives will Cain a microphone before. We're supposed to give Wilkie microphone. We fed them pretty great jokes. PF commenter, who joined us on the stage in sort of crashed. It you wouldn't have known that because not only to not know PF tease name, which was became obvious. He forgot the line entirely he almost cursed when I told them. Hey, let's not dilute the f bomb because we have it saved for a special moment here. He got the timing all screwed up on the. Comedic joke that we were to tell Katie Nolan. He was an absolute disaster in the first segment, and he was just smiling the entire time. Oh, he put his drink right on top of the computer. That was to sounds as well. Everyone's on the first four minutes. Everyone loved the first four minutes. It's the same thing that Cody does it's like just giving the law. Over rub it on my nibbles. The what are your what are you so worried about Mike? Well, we'll Cain was in general admission and the VIP's were in VIP was going to be a surprise that will came emerged. Chime in obviously people notice came was there, because when he walked out he was the loudest booze. I had ever heard in theater of that side. Is that what that was? I couldn't figure out where all that booing was coming from. And why the booing was happening. I was in a different part of the Bill, which is will Cain being escorted to his seat. Minding his own business. Wrestling, any needs it up up. We're got to me. He loved it any turn to escorting them to get that for social. Loves that. History of sports media loves everyone's poisonous hatred..

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Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe

"Has been international condemnation this week after the murder of journalist in Northern Ireland lira mckie was reporting to riots in the city of Londonderry also known as dairy when she was shot. The group known as the new era says was responsible for the twenty nine year old's death. David hunter has this report Lear Mckee was tipped as one to watch a rising star in the world of journalism. However, her career was cut short. She became the latest innocent victim of a long and troubled history. Northern. For over forty years to communities here were involved in a conflict which claimed Thorson's of lives. Very sorry about fast in Northern Ireland. We don't wanna return to this really just like it's just so set young Garrick your life just doing ritual. People don't want to see a return to the violence of the past the unionist community largely over Protestant bunk. Roy and want to see Northern Ireland remain part of the United Kingdom, but the nationalist minority mostly of a Catholic community want to see the reunification of Northern Ireland with the Republic in nineteen ninety eight after decades of boming riots and murders a peace deal was signed known as the Good Friday agreement the agreement that has emerged from the Northern Ireland peace talks opens the way for the people there to build a society based on during peace, Justice and equality signed almost exactly twenty one years before liras murder and Deloitte, people to choose whether the. Wanted to be British Irish or both by law and also cleared the way for the main par military organizations here too late on their weapons and end decades of conflict lira once described her generation as the ceasefire babies, the so-called new array responsible for her Jeff as one of the groups that which refused to accept on arrangement and is still using an armed campaign to try and bring about a United Ireland. The Irish president Michael d Higgins has this message for them. Please unrepresentative. I hope you'll reflect on what you have done. See the appalling unsustainable on justify take Footrot. You'll have these dissident Republicans are fiercely opposed to the nineteen Ninety-Eight under Britain's involvement in governing. Northern Ireland Ryan's brew going on the streets. Were LeRoy was killed as police searches believing an attack against them was imminent, youths began throwing paddle bombs and bricks before a gunman. Opened fire of the armored police vehicles beside which lira had been taking shelter. She was struck by a stray bullet leaving her partner. Sarah devastated. This cannot stand. There is death. Most not being vain because her life was Shane late everyone else's life. There is friend lost the mat with a young writer earlier in the day that she was killed discussing her plans to build a new life in Derry where she moved from her native city of Belfast. She showed me pictures of the ring that she'd brought for Sarah and told me of the fabulous plan. She had for the proposed in New York. And may I was given strict instructions to where my kilt which she always wanted to borrow onto find a refined.

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"garrick" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"garrick" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So you'll always be presented with options. And you know, I think one thing that needs to be stated in I'm a huge proponent for. This is that pet insurance will definitely help you. And I always tell clients that pet insurance mostly helps you in an emergent situation or a situation. Nation later in life when you're really ill, and you need to get that specialty service. I think that's where pet insurance is really worth. It's weight and gold and a friend of ours. Just Garrick told me that a lot of times when he's in the room, and he's preparing an estimate for client about the the much needed care that this bird situation needs that what is brings us a sigh of relief from everybody involved is that there is insurance out there. And I think that pet insurance is something that if you don't have for your pet. I would definitely look into getting it every veterinarian has a different take on which one their favorite pet insurances. But I think it's valuable in situations like this, and I really think it pays for itself in situations. Like, this you bring up a great point. So when it comes to pet insurance, do you mind just giving some of our pet owners out there? Little bit of information like how much does it typically cost a year? Should you get it as a puppy, or when they're older which had owners be prepared for is it a third party? Do parents have to pay the initial upfront fees and get reimbursed later, how does it work? Great question. So the best time to get insurance is when you have a young healthy, puppy or kitten because you want to prevent the situation where you have pre existing conditions. And so the best time to get is the talk your back Near Net, your puppy kitten..

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"garrick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

14:01 min | 3 years ago

"garrick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I bet them in the game. They beat Tennessee. I believe I got a four. When Matt's March over neighbor, given double digits patriots, the patriots, they said that he liked them as much as for meals up the point that I was right? So you know, sometimes I go with the patriots. And sometimes I don't, but I don't see them coming here at the another reason is after losing last year. They they're hungry and Clark. The Rams now. Side hurt. Hasn't been the same yards are down. How did they how did they take the Anderson on because girlies healthy no be hurt? And now is he still here? We're gonna find out Sunday right now bicycle under sideline that game by going to run up. They're not going to run like they ran against Dallas. They're playing against the best quarterback in the best coach that we see in an art sign. No. He takes away thing. Even though I was on Sunday. They had a shot to beat them. If they're, you know, they're not outside on that play without got a bad break their, but. Your Pam fall behind them. Like the Bill by Garrick? Bob is not my home. You don't store in one place like the can they go behind? Nothing like they did against the same. I think they're in big trouble. Mcbain sharp guy income. And guide, but you're going against the best. So my opinion when this game opened up, I don't know how they make the Rams at one point favorite. If the Rams grad home or the patriots at all yet and their favorite by three or more. Maybe I give them that. But the beyond a neutral site. I know you're talking about indoors. But you know, they played in Houston. That's an indoor stadium. The patriots will play anywhere can play anywhere. And I don't I don't think that's gonna be the problem. I think the patriots did open as a couple point favorite like they normally doing these games. I wish I would've thought on was my whenever again, the one I it was minus one and a half. Then I came back and played the money line. Just in case doper balls only one game ended up by one point at a fifty two only one time or times or five times over three points and the rest of the time it was four points or more. So I'm not looking for a close game. Like some people are thinking, I a double get your win. By the patriots. Well, Mike is there any concern? He go back to two thousand seven which is you know, we're talking now eleven years or twelve years. I guess now twelve Super Bowls underdogs are what is it? I think nine and two I think nine and two against the spread. I believe there have been eight outright wins. The patriots have been involved in four of the Super Bowl. They've won a couple of them and one of those failures to cover by the underdog was two years ago when the game went into overtime and the patriots won and covered had the the game ended on a field goal by New England would have been a push. But still any concern. The fact that in the Super Bowl the team that was expected to be the weaker team has not only had this great record covering the spread. But they've also been pulling off the upset. And of course, a couple of them were by the giants against the patriots. No, I don't really have that feeling Andy. When the giants beat the patriots in that first game Super Bowl that would be here. I came in fourth in the contest and being played in week seventeen. And they played a close game. I said, gee, patriots came out as double digit favorites. I have this team ready. I bet a big bet on the giants. And I was right. Now, I had them against Atlanta. And I said for my friends like the Brady got the ball. He's gonna go down and store. Touchdown. They don't wanna kick the field goal. I got lucky there. And I got lucky when they beat Seattle. But that stat you're saying now look at the playoff game up to the Super Bowl the home teams in the championship game or an eight two against the sped. But the Sunday this Sunday two weeks ago to once an hour went to Panama to and eight and four. Well, you know, I know what you're saying with the trend in that way. But I don't I don't go by that. I mean, I I've won four out of the last six Super Bowl the last six years. I think I think the first two Super Bowls with the Packers. I didn't make a bet, but I was betting other things, but I didn't play those who Super Bowl they had the jets and then the following year at Kansas City, and they were winners, but I'm not gonna go by that. I think the patriots. Like, I said earlier one thing that motivates me in this game is last year. I mean. And I can't last night was would a friend. Mr. cannon was on and saying out, the chargers had MO more talented. They lost the chiefs had more talent. They lost. The Rams have more talent. They're gonna look at just my opinion. That sounds don't mean get me. Mean anything you've got to come and play the game. If anybody thinks the patriots aren't going to be ready for this game after losing last year. They're dreaming. I I don't see it. I I can't make one point for the Rams in this game. And like I said from sixty seven to now I've been a fan and I met with them and against him in Super Bowls regular season games at all. I just don't think this is the spot for them at. I mean, it's just my opinion Monday. We'll see who's right or wrong. But nobody convinced him can give me give me a reason to state around. I mean, they do have a shot. We all Mike, Mike, Mike will give us a chance to talk and combat. You're saying because you're rambling for ten minutes. Here. We just need. We just need to duck in your. Here's the thing. I'm just I'm coming at you from what other people are saying as far as great as these patriot teams have been and we had an eighteen and a team that was so dominant. But yet they lose the Super Bowl. They lose the biggest game in history. So as great as Bella check and Brady are all right near the best best combination ever. Right. They lost the biggest game in NFL history. That is the biggest game in NFL history. Because if it if they win that game as dominant as they weren't they blew out everybody Andy predicted, they went sixty three to fourteen and I'm sure you had the patriots big that day. So so, okay. So that's really I mean that makes no sense of what you're saying. Now about the patriots and you go back to that game to me. It's like two opposite sides of the spectrum. Okay. Because that's the biggest game in NFL history. And they lose that game. Because otherwise we're comparing that everything else in the NFL for the rest of our lifetimes were comparing to that season. But you know, what we never hear anybody from the Boston or New England area. Even talk about that year and the patriots were so damn dominant. They were probably the best regular season team of all times and through those first couple of games. But nobody talks about where I'm more concerned is the is the fact that this is an aging team especially with Brady go back. They could have easily should should've lost a game against Seattle. They did a miraculous comeback against Atlanta in a game that again easily could have won. Although I give I give the patriots all the predator the world coming back from that deficit and also making two two point conversions to force the overtime and. Of course last year. They did lose the two questions I would have. And by the way, this will be the ninth game that the patriots have played in the postseason in the last twenty four months. I have to think that takes some sort of told the other question, I would have Mike also is how do you equate this really you don't need any reasons to support the patriots in this game? There are plenty of reasons out there, and the fact that they've made the playoffs now sixteen the last eighteen seasons is a pretty good reason for any game you wanna play the patriots. But the concern I have is that. Well, let me explain how about the fact that when the patriots have lost in the playoffs. Okay. They've won in the in those fifteen prior postseason appearances they've won five Super Bowls. They've lost three Super Bowls and in the seven seven seasons. They've lost in an earlier round of the playoffs wildcard divisional or conference championship. But what's interesting in eight of those losses. The patriots were held under. Their season points scoring average in six of those eight losses and she's asleep in. Yeah. I'm six of those eight of those ten losses and in all eight of those losses. They were not only held below their season average. They were held under their season average by ten points or more. So my concern on my question here. And this is how you would evaluate. It is the match up in this game between Wade Phillips the defensive coordinator of the of the Rams against Josh mcdaniels the offensive coordinator of the patriots. If I'm Wade Phillips. I study all those postseason losses at the Rams of have. And if he's able to do something and a lot of putting pressure on Brady is that. And the fact that they've played all those extra playoff games in the last twenty four months a concern. No. But but I agree with him. When he was with Denver. They beat them in that playoff game. I think it was like three because he had a better defense. And the Rams have in my opinion at that time, better linebackers. They put pressure on Brady on the road. You know, and that was the road game. But I, but I want you to understand. I don't always take the patriots. No, no. I know. I know, you know, but here's a here's the other thing. Because when you're going to beat the patriots and get pressure on Brady. How would you do it? If you're a defensive coordinator coordinator to me, you got to go up the middle because if you come from the outside like the chargers tried to do he steps up in the pocket, he slides around, and he makes the place, but when you have Donald ensue, the two best tackle combination that I remember. I mean, you can tell me others that may be good. But I don't remember any tackles as dominant as Donald ensue up the middle. And that's where the pressure is going to come from. So when you double up on Donald which they're going to have to do you better be ready for cornerback bullets safety blitzes, and that's really to me with the Rams need to do. They need to keep Brady off balance and come from somewhere where he's not looking. But you know pressure is going to be coming up the middle on. Every single play. Because Aaron Donald has showed that he is a beast, and we already knew sue a beast. Right. I agree with you. They got to take the plan that the giants us. I mean, that's super I Super Bowl when they beat them with bringing and come up the middle put pressure on them because you're right. When Brady that he steps up to those those those guy those outside guys on the end Fowler. They won't get. So don't step up throw that ball. Like, I said you've got to be fast. But that should be the plan in Philip is one of the best sequence of posted. I guess we've seen I read. He's going to have a plan that also figured out mcdaniels imbalance Jekyll have a plan. Phil, but they get pressure on them up the middle. Get back off is gonna do this girl. He's going to do that. I don't see it. Defense on the patriots as being underestimated in this game. I just better you're giving up your point. The ram Davin. Rams when? The chiefs that she's going. They don't take the ball. They can't afford to let Brady going seven eight minute drives in his game. You know what? I mean, they got to come out. The Rams get the lead in this game. I don't think this in the patriots have been behind the addle against that land. We've seen that they can come back because those other teams have made mistakes and didn't know how to close out the game. But the eagles gambled a little and they closed that out now. The good coach. So they get a lead. Do that. But if they fall by I gotta figure about gonna make some mistakes in this game if they're behind then he's going to be pressured to throw the ball. He's not going to be able to have that headed running bay monster that they've had in the past game. Know, Mike, you're right about Donald and very good player. I agree with you one thing Mike, we get belch has already seen Jared Goff. He faced him in two thousand sixteen when Gough was a rookie. I believe it was Goths third career start. It was I think a week before the Rams fire. Jeff fisher. I think they fight him after the following week a game against Atlanta and golf did. Not look very good at all in that first game against the patriots. And of course, we know Bella check has a great history of preparing quarter of preparing to face untested rookie quarterbacks. And I'm wondering does it mean anything that game? Or is it the fact that this is a new Jared Goff with a new offensive oriented head coach in Sean McVay that the patriots may not be able to take all that much from that first meeting or is it still that Bella shake is going. I think Belgium will probably do this will probably say, you know, what Jared Goff is going to have to beat us because we're going to take away that running game of golf. Beat us, you know, more power to them. But I think that he may be prepared to defensively Bella will to give Goth looks that maybe seemingly confused him in that first meeting, and then do something totally different. I agree with Andy. And when they played a couple of years ago, the best thing could happen. The GOP was Fisher leaving and McVay coming in. 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"garrick" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"garrick" Discussed on First Things First

"Well, I think it has to be at the last second. Right. It's gotta be that you show them one thing. He sees it. They may be check out of the play. They do whatever it is. And then you switch late like I feel like. That's the only way to even temporarily convenience. I think people need to remove confusion from your from your dictionary. Yeah. Because you're not going to get into game. I'm playing this game. There's no coverage. You can give me this going to confuse me. The thing is you want to shorten the time. They have to react. That's what coverage is about. I want to show them something else. And when he goes under center, and when he starts to focus to get the football. Then I wanna give him the luge in of something else. Now, unless you physically feel like you're better than them. Von Miller was absolute just physically better than them. Aaron Donald is better than them. They're not going to lower it to get to a physical strength battle or skill battle. They're going to help them with numbers. So it's about giving them less time to be able to carve you apart. That's where we should be conversational. You're not going to confuse any of the Jared Goff is not going to be confused now. Can you take away his time to adapt? Now he hasn't seen what Brady seen. So he will be a little more alarmed when he sees certain things. But Tom Brady, you just wanna take away that time from incapable you, absolutely, right. And the other part about this Wade Phillips ultimately wants to do it's going to Pendle and those corners being able to hold up whether or not the game plan is going to be effective because ultimately whether you're zone coverage or man coverage as certain point down. It becomes mad coverage and Ken those guys on the outside. Hold up against those patriots receivers. Let those interior defenders being able to match up against those those rousted they like to run in between the numbers, Chris. Stick around take a break coming up. How are the pats receivers always? So for jumped in that's next on first Spurs. Fannie. We are going viral Patrick Mahomes is the presumed MVP this season. But with the chiefs getting eliminated from the AFC championship Mahomes has time to work on his off season craft hitting absolute bombs at a driving range. Not surprisingly with his guy. Garrick deeter the receiver on the chiefs like the six receivers. Erica cheater Gehrig deeter the person beneath him on the level beneath him is hitting bombs as well that are a lot straighter than Mahomes, if you see him when his when his drives come through right there. You saw it for a moment. Look at patting homes, man. These guys is not I can't a you golf golf sound. Like, you hate no pet Mahomes because he's not hitting the drive straight. Not as straight as the guy beneath a little shade. There's a lot of things I do on this. Helen show hate on one Patrick Mahomes. The second is not one that was a little sideways. Hit and draws that are more straight Patrick Mahomes. Ella beneath them was seem to be doing about the fella beneath them. It's about Pat. Maho can't. Okay. Well. Welcome to the great replacement for me slide on over here. Happen. Why just my commentary? You have your own commentary do better. All okay. Oh now..

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Georg Philipp Telemann 3: Self-Taught Composers

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 3 years ago

Georg Philipp Telemann 3: Self-Taught Composers

"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. Garrick Phillip Telemann never studied composition. He taught himself. How to write music turns out that's not so unusual. A lot of composers taught themselves. As a kid Edward elgar wrote music for a play that members of his family put onto entertain each other elgar never had any music instruction other than instrument lessons, but he wound up making a very good living as a composer. When Nikolai rimsky-korsakov was in the Russian naval academy. He met up with mealy Bollock ringleader of a group of Russian composers Rynski Korsakov thought that Bella cure. Ed had taught him how to compose. But after he was hired to teach composition at the Saint Petersburg, conservatory rimsky-korsakov's suddenly realized how little he actually knew about it. So he got some books and studied hard always managing to keep just one lesson ahead of what he was teaching his students. After he'd gotten started on his composing career Francie spoon. I got a few pointers about writing music from his teacher, but Poulenc was mostly self taught. African American composer. Scott Joplin was the son of freed slave Joplin figured out. How to play the piano all by himself, and he also figured out how to write the NO rags? Scott Joplin did eventually take college classes in music, so that he could fulfill his dream of writing an opera when American composer, Amy beach was three years old. She taught herself to read when she was four. She started writing piano pieces in her head finally any beach went to a composition teacher. But all he did was show her how to teach herself by studying the work of other great composers. Someone else who believed in studying the work of other great composers was Johann Sebastian Bach. Learn composition from his family members. He came from a long line of musicians who handed down the profession from poverty to sun. But the concerto was pretty new in box day. So he taught himself to write concertos by studying on Tonio vivaldi's music. Twentieth. Century Brazilian composer, Etabe LA Noche was a big Bach fan when nobody was a kid. His father took him to concerts and quizzed him about the music. He was listening to what are those instruments who wrote that piece eventually below Bush became fascinated with Brazilian folk music and ran off to perform with street musicians, then below Bush found a connection between Brazilian music and Johann Sebastian Bach. He wrote a whole set of pieces based on that connection. By the time. George Gershwin finally got around to taking composition lessons. He was in his mid twenties, and he was already famous for writing popular songs, which he figured out how to do all by himself. There's a story that Gershwin asked to famous composers MAURICE rebel and eagles Stravinsky if he could study with them, but they both said no because they really liked his music and thought he was doing just fine without their help. And of course, someone else who started writing music as a kid without the help of composition lessons was this month's composer, Georg Philipp Telemann. That's the jig from Gail Phillip Telemann sweet indeed next week on classics for kids. The Jake is up. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me for a program of Jake's next time on classics for kids.

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Central Oklahoma player's foot severed by train

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Central Oklahoma player's foot severed by train

"The why FM ninety six point one HD to Oklahoma City. Suspect in custody, Calvin right? The Katie okay news center, accused of killing his wife shooting is eight year old daughter, and a dare county northeastern Oklahoma is now in custody. There's Jacqueline Scott twenty-eight-year-old. Aubrey Johnson was arrested on Saturday. Authorities say Johnson called nine one

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Pam Coulter, CBS and Aretha Franklin discussed on Midday News Break

Midday News Break

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Pam Coulter, CBS and Aretha Franklin discussed on Midday News Break

"News organic king has died at eighty. Seven she was Grammy nominated jazz, singer but got wide recognition for playing the wife of Don Vito Corleone in the first two godfather.

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'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

Elvis Duran

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

"So Dan Fogelman the creator of of this is us sat down with deadline and he told the audiences I'll get. Ready season three, comes back September the, twenty fifth but he gave us a little insight on what they're going to be. Discussing three they're going to be, tackling, Vietnam Jack and Rebecca's, first date Randall. And Beth I ate during a dive into Toby suffering, from depression and they're also gonna talk about, Jack's, brother NICKY and what his role was with the at Phnom and his role to Jack. As. Well okay so there's some of the cool story lines we getting on the third season

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Release Date / Pre-Order Guide

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Red Dead Redemption 2 Release Date / Pre-Order Guide

"Oh no no we we've we've reached out we're we're in talks confirm our boy who you saw is yet you know the gigs over there left left their here these other people now what's good game saints so it's totally yeah garrick i've been you're right there i why i read this after talking about artie that's an interesting wrinkle that is bethesda as well but the timing doesn't share i hear i feel like that's unrelated am and six pm feather in the cap putting putting an letting you know that's something that's how i'm on the beat saber trading greg good i'm glad i got you there be saber it looks amazing if you haven't seen beat sabre ladies and gentlemen you officially have my permission to pause the show and go watch anything for beat sabre is dvr in vr with light sabers see i yeah i would go away from the ddr train and just it's more like a it's a rhythm game it's like tar hero with light sabers where the notes are coming on the highway and you slash him with light sabers rather than but either anyway either anyway you slice it big fan number four readend redemption to have exclusive content that's playstation this is from jason schreier over kentucky i feel like when they announced red dead the playstation blog had something up about like this but there's a little bit little wrinkle here jason writes today developer rockstar announced a bunch of bundles and preorder bonuses for the much anticipated western game in barrie buried amongst all the stuff about fits gt online cash playstation store is this line playstation exclusive place elect content i play station for details to follow we don't know the scale of select content could be hats could be a full expansion but if it's anything like sony's arrangement with destiny it will be a pain for xbox players the company behind the playstation four paid activision to keep guns maps and even full strikes from xbox players for years then to the same with destiny to and several call of duty games microsoft pulled its own time this lucidly nonsense with dragon agent position as well as other big multi platform games including call duty over the past decade so they only buy it make sense yeah that that's there and then also.

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In PA special election, GOP candidate struggles with campaign basics

Liquid Lifestyle

01:41 min | 4 years ago

In PA special election, GOP candidate struggles with campaign basics

"Two police officers following a traffic accident killing one of them and they yard fill california folks are mourning the loss of three workers in a va home who were killed last night by a former patient who then took his own life there was no sign of life inside and the only question was was at two or three haass's dead with the gunman unfortunately one of those women that was murdered here are was also pregnant fox's adam housley the gunman is identified as albert wong he'd been treated at that facility for post traumatic stress disorder president trump tweeted about the tragedy saying we are deeply saddened by the tragic situation in yard fill and mourn the loss of three incredible women who cared for veterans meanwhile the national rifle association's going to court against florida this after governor rick scott sign new gun laws which raises the purchase age for a firearm to twenty one in a statement announcing its federal lawsuit the nra said florida's ban in his affront to the second amendment does it totally vis rates the right of lawabiding adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty one to keep and bear arms fox's garrick county all this follows last month high school shooting in parkland which claimed seventeen lives and touched off a national movement by students to toughen gun laws president trump on his way to south western pennsylvania to campaign for the gop candidate in next week's special election in the eighteen th congressional district fox is molly line is there a lot of those make america great hats are out uh these are clearly a lot of pro trump supporters and many of them also supporting his choice for this congressional seat the race pitch republican rexecode against democrat qatar land paul's point to a tight race this is fox news.

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