17 Burst results for "Gary Green"
"gary green" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast
"Look at the ring of honor. Yeah i think he absolutely deserves to be in there. I don't even know frankly that it's a question you out and look and it's really. I think it's almost a slam dunk. Quite honestly i agree. He such an important player in the history of the franchise. Got them back in to help them get back into a winning culture his mentorship patrick mahomes all of those things really matter as far as alex. Smith's future a lot of guys go a different ways. Alex smith is to to andy. Reid was always praising and was pro. He was always referring to alex. Smith gigabytes the amount of information. He could process. That was one of the things that made him such a good quarterback just as smart in his next act. And maybe that's just be enrich and you know enjoying this family if he wants to work if he wants to stay around. Football is it as a coach. Would where would you. Would you rather see alex. Smith in the broadcast booth or on the sideline. Do very well either. Honestly he's very well spoken. He's a good looking guy. Let's be real. Maybe it shouldn't but it matters and broadcasting does so. I think he would be. He's very intelligent. I think he'd be really really good broadcasts. But i think there's a coach be great because he's a kind of guy that he had maybe more physical gifts. I think he would have been phenomenal. 'cause he's very smart and he's relatable players liked planet. I think as a coach if you really want to do that. I don't know that's really labor intensive. But i think it'd be great and by the way is a final aside here with the stuff with getting the hall of fame. Because i i mean the chief hall of fame. He's not getting canton. But here's our that use of inducted since two thousand and ten more schottenheimer obviously deserving kevin. Ross very good player will shields. Of course gary barbaro priest holmes. Gary green tony richardson carlos. Carson tony gonzales. Brian water. So you're going to tell me that alex smith doesn't belong to the same group as gary green gary barbara carlos carson. And i love tony. Richardson over but alex smith clearly belongs to that level of player in my opinion. Yeah i agree. Get them in there. Find the right time to do it. Just tremendous tremendous impact on the franchise. Love him. I wanna see him on the sideline as well..
"gary green" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"Oh dr martin luther king. Junior called sunday morning at eleven. The most segregated in christian america in the wake of king's assassination to white churches and one black church in montgomery county maryland merged into one our colleague jenny beth right reported on family's experience of that moment reverend jerry green grew up in quartered maryland near gaithersburg and he was part of the first generation of black students to integrate schools in montgomery county bust to predominantly white schools. Starting in fifth grade within the gray show. Kids were kind of divided up and went to different schools and so that sense of community. Wasn't there there was however a. It's always a link through the church. His church pleasant view kept him tethered to a black community but in nineteen sixty. Eight pleasantville was struggling. As we're to white churches nearby their congregations had dwindled. As some of the younger generation moved away from home when merging the churches was suggested as a solution to their financial woes some members including green's father didn't wanna do it. He wondered what it would mean to give up his churches black legacy greens. Great grandfather helped to purchase the land for the pleasant view church and a neighboring school for black children three years after slavery but ultimately in sixty eight the year dr king was assassinated and uprising spread across the country. The community voted to form a new racially integrated congregation. Need to understand that. When integration happens it doesn't mean that we've arrived. What it means is that we are in proximity to one another. And that means that the word now must begin in earnest jerry. Green says what came next wasn't easy after the congregations merged their new preacher received threats of violence some members of the former churches left but the integrated church fairhaven survives to this day because of intentional effort. Like making sure they were both black and white members represented leadership and making sure people felt represented in the service. And its music. Jason green jerry sign grew up going there. As the obama years turned into the trump years he started thinking about how the countries deep racial divisions squared his communities history. Here we had a story from nineteen sixty eight. That showed how people could come together. Here's a story that could give us agency and show that if with intention we could actually bridge that division so he decided to explore this history he ultimately made a film about it called finding fellowship which premiered earlier this year during the process. The green family discovered something new. Gary green who helped found the pleasant features three years after slavery ended was actually enslaved himself right next to the land he ultimately purchased. Iris prepared ch- to find my family slave records. I was unprepared to fight my family's slave records two minutes from where i grew up i was not prepared for this to be a montgomery county maryland. Story asked prepared for montgomery alabama story. Jerry green thinks often about the courage it took for his great grandfather recently. Enslaved black man to build the pleasant church you'll notice it's right along the main drag so what would cause a person to build a church to build a schoolhouse on the main drag three years after the end of slavery would they're not have been some type of fear that folk would come along and burn it down or or cause damage and yet he was really to take steps to do that. Honoring the risky chuck is one reason why the family is raising money to preserve the church and school and create a museum for w amu. I'm jenny kathryn. Thanks for joining us for. Consider this from npr. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm rachel kersey's and i'm john miss..
"gary green" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"Reverend jerry green grew up in quartered maryland near gaithersburg and he was part of the first generation of black students to integrate schools in montgomery county bust to predominantly white schools. Starting in fifth grade within the gration kids were divided up and went to different schools. And so that sense of community wasn't there. There was however a insulated link through the church. His church pleasant view kept him tethered to a black community but in nineteen sixty. Eight pleasantville was struggling. As we're to white churches nearby their congregations had dwindled. As some of the generation moved away from home when merging the churches was suggested as a solution to their financial woes some members including green's father didn't wanna do it. He wondered what it would mean to give up his churches black legacy greens. Great grandfather helped to purchase the land for the pleasant view church at a neighboring school for black children three years after slavery but ultimately in sixty eight the year dr king was assassinated and uprising spread across the country. The community voted to form a new racially integrated congregation. Understand that when integration happens. It doesn't mean that we've arrived. What it means is that we are in proximity to one another and that means that the work down in an artist jerry green says what came next was an easy after the congregations merged their new preacher received threats of violence some members of the former churches left but the integrated church fairhaven survives to this day because of intentional effort like making sure they were both black and white members represented leadership and making sure people felt represented in the service. And its music. Jason green jerry sign grew up going there. As the obama years turned into the trump years he started thinking about how the countries deep racial divisions squared with his communities history. Here we had a story from one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. That showed how people could come together. Here's a story that could give us agency and show that if with intentionally we could actually bridge that division so he decided to explore this history he ultimately made a film about it called finding fellowship which premiered earlier this year during the process. The green family discovered something new. Gary green. Who helped found the pleasantville church. Three years after slavery ended was actually enslaved himself right next to the land ultimately purchased. You know. I was prepared to find my family slave records. I was unprepared to find my family's slave records two minutes from where i grew up. You know i was not prepared for this to be montgomery county. Maryland story asked prepared for gummy alabama. Story jason says learning more about gary green made him feel like his family's investment in their hometown suddenly clicked his mom and dad are heavily involved in the church. His sister kisha ran a local community health clinic and his brother in law works in the school system. He feels like his ancestors planted this calling to make the area into a home. It all kind of makes sense on a sudden that this is the place that they decided to stay to put their shoulder to the boulder. Jerry green thinks often about the courage it took for his great grandfather. A recently enslaved black man to build the pleasant view church. You'll notice that it's right along the main drag and so what would a person to build a church to build a schoolhouse on the may drag three years after the end of slavery would they're not have been some type of fear that folk would come along and burn it down or or cause damage york. He was really to take the steps to do honoring. The risk he took is one reason why the family is raising money to preserve the church and school and create a museum and one reason why they decided to make the film which they're currently working on a distribution deal for it feels like it's part of a broader an ongoing effort to recognize black history and legacy in montgomery county given the still entrenched racial segregation local neighborhoods and schools. It's a conversation that doesn't feel far in the past at all for w amu. I'm jenny gaffes ride..
"gary green" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Is the gold standard. For governors in United States of America. She is the Sweden if you will, in terms of how she's dealt with the China murder virus of the U. S, and everything's fine there. But what about next election? Who knows who's gonna be elected on any level in any state. Who would have thought that Texas would come close to going blue on they are they're really closed about California would've gone Blue California's to be straight up. Conservative 100% Republican. What is it now? You're on the edge. Lifetime politician Gary Peters now wants toe lean into the green new deal. Really Gary Green new deal is a socialist plan that would make us pay more with higher gas prices at the pump, and it would make our electric bill skyrocket. Raising them up to 286% costing us every time we flip on the lights, make coffee charger cellphones, turn on our television or power up our computers, Peter said. He thinks it's very exciting. What's happening around the green new deal? Very exciting when we could least afford it. Green New deal would kill over a million jobs and put bureaucrats control what cars we build.
"gary green" Discussed on KCRW
"And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, supporting creative people on effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world or information is that Mac found dot or this's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin, and I'm David Green. Wow, It really came and went in at Major League Baseball ended the regular season yesterday. Sport got through this pandemic shortened schedule without being in a protective bubble. Like other leagues, there still could be problems in the post season, of course, but the NFL another league, not in a bubble is taking notice. Here. Here's NPR's Tom Goldman. It's been a nerve wracking season for baseball's medical director, Dr Gary Green, especially at about 10 o'clock each night. That's when he gets the email with the day's Corona virus test results. It's like defusing a bomb opening that email just waiting to see what the next day is going to be like, depending on what the results are, and lately the results have been really good. Zero positives among players for 28 straight days compared that to where the game was less than a week into its startup in July. We're going to turn now to the baseball season, possibly on the brink. The Miami Marlins season is now on hold after more players and staff tested positive. The Marlins outbreak mentioned here on ABC News was followed by one in ST Louis, which was followed by MLB warning of fines and suspension. For breaking Cove In 19 Protocols, clubs adopted their own rules. After two Cleveland Indians left the team hotel on a road trip. They were banished to an alternate training site again. Here's Gerry Green People making bad decisions can really affect not only them but their families and their teammates. And really the whole season, So it's been very nice to see how seriously they all taken it and in compliance officers helped essentially hall monitors and made sure players behaved on the road. Green says. Baseball also greatly improved its contact tracing, which helped limit spread. 45 games were postponed because of covert concerns. Almost all were played later. That the NFL is three weeks into its non bubbled season. Teams are playing in their home cities and traveling and the leaves also having success against the virus. The most recent testing of more than 2400 players, returned zero positive results Well, I'm delighted to see those numbers. Dr. Tom Maier is the medical director for the NFL Players Association. They were the result of careful planning. Understanding. It's a risk mitigation, not a risk Elimination. Football is a perfect storm for transmitting the virus. But on ly if infected players play, and so far, players have not brought the virus to the field, they're tested daily except game day. Most in the NFL are doing their part to mitigate the risk. With a few visible exceptions. I'm very sensitive about it, but I'm calling plays and if I get fined, I will have to pay the fine. But Paul Judge Las Vegas Raider's head coach, Jon Gruden, was fined $100,000 for not wearing his face mask during a game his team had to pay 250,000. Mayor notes for other non mask wearing head coaches and their teams also were fined. We can't have one set of protocols for some people and a different one for the people who are putatively leading That club. They should be an example not someone who's find, he says. As the NFL goes forward, it needs to be ready to adapt and react. Baseball, meanwhile, begins its postseason tomorrow with the chance to build on its Covad success. Neutral game sites in Texas and Southern California will limit travel and contact with those outside the game. But Dr Gary Greene says he won't celebrate until the last out of the world. Siri's when he won't have to worry about diffusing any mor e.
"gary green" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"To, bring up to speed the military medical. Clinicians. Physicians. In the advancing research in TB I am blast Tbi. So that was the fifteenth of January that we did that and they stood that and they provided the presentations the latest research. and. It was quite remarkable really because it was the first time that each one of these scientists at being standing in a room together could you believe? So we had professor Daniel Polls, the guy who dissected brains who found the biomarker. We heard Professor Roland Lee. Who is the professor neuro-radiology who's being scanning with meg over in? San. Diego. That is. That can detect brainwaves at slower rate. So he advance this the research for this an he has also his guy. That's got the algorithm that we need to detect a blast TBI Traumatic brain injury whether it be mild moderate or severe unequally he can detect complex PTSD is able to be able to depict the difference on a scanner and be able to tell us an analyze what's going on with somebody spray was speaking to someone without even speaking to. Yeah. Yeah. So, honestly, he does speak to. This important thing. Yeah which. I've tried to. Bring the buttons points is. which is surprising thing to me in these conversations that we've had is that Pete is is there is there is physical there. There is physical representation in the body of PTSD because he's caused by physical euro physically. Yeah. Is this is the surprising thing to me again a lot because I think. We'll be for a lot of people listed and I think it's because the whole spectrum of. Ah The treatment of mental health as. I, IT'S A. Block on, it seems to be extremely complex and haunted pin down what the issue is and. The symptoms are and what the impact on the poorest and is because you have to get old through tried identify all through communicating with the person who's conscious and communicate with someone who is mentally compromised right at whatever level. Is Very. Difficult to try to analyze what's going on Bruin. It's like a doctor trying diagnose him. Himself it's always going to be the best. These people turn up in a clinic that they have difficulty communicating, right but not only that you know. What really is upset me about the whole direction of the way that these services have gone is taken you away and separated you from the very community which came from. So I have this belief that. they should have been a national center for trauma to be able to respond. To military personnel and veterans who get traumatized as a result of this service, I don't believe that this should have gone into the NHL all. And the main reason for that is that you are a unique group of people. You wear uniform. You are extremely disciplined. You live in a gated community you speak different language to everybody else. you even got your own sense of humor you have your own discipline structures. But. More importantly, these are experiences. That you've been through which a pretty unique to you and you draw psychological strength from each other through recovery. And I think it's extremely difficult to then separate that and put it into a clinic while you're sitting next to somebody that's suffering depression anxiety or another mental health disorder and or if you're in a group where you're expected to discuss these things with somebody else that you know you you, you can't talk about some of the stuff you've been through in an open forum like this. So I think for me it that the reason why I'm coming now is because I'm I'm getting pretty tired of seeing this on this end result of this right now that's out there in. The UK. And we had a summit and everybody came to speak. And we had a professor annual polls we have professor willingly. We had Dr Gary Green who had been you know neuro radiologist who's been in this field for over thirty years. In the UK, we do have somebody here. And We then had Dr. Mark Gordon. Who is the world leader in your Endocrine Endocrine On his the only guy in the world actually the contest the system at the level we need. To know the level of dysregulation that system. As being breached on. The. Brim. Yes. So. So so he's the only guy that can draw the bloods and test your neuro endocrine and endocrine system at the level we need. I think. I think sort of it's like anything his we have Daniel polls the only guy that's looked untested and taken apart the brain and looked and found the biomarker. We have professor only who's taken that one step further in relation to being able to analyze the brains of serving and ex serviceman who have survived blasted not be I and developed the algorithm. And then we have Michael Jordan who is looked at the endocrine system. So they're all specialists within their own rights. And I think. When we look at anything that's advanced in any way shape or form in science, it's usually one person that's done it and then others which are followed later. So these people attended the summit and we also what Ben Dunkley from Canada, who is looking at special forces over there right now. And doing quite a lot of research with them in terms of TB blast. Presented on the day. So, it was an amazing opportunity For people to take the science. Firsthand. And and it was actually the surgeon general who funded that day and paid for them to come over and listen to science from the Horse's mouth. Can I ask a question for you go on because some of what we're talking about an and I now agreeing with you on Ryan Learning from you on into his contradicting my own previous thoughts on PTSD. I've talked about come on on you. For example, I have a few times where I've said. I was potentially I'm still the belief, but you're gonNA me otherwise. PTSD can be caused by. Different levels of trauma. Can. You can impact people in different ways PTSD, cken call that. I've. I've. One of the sonic stories of used explain that away is. I know be going up. Being a hideous contact in wherever name a place on operation and Find Absolutely. Find have never a problem again in their life, and then I know members of the civilian community that could pay who walk out and get hit back I. Don't the car they need to get hit by the car traumatized. and. Pete. I said PDF state. Now, what you're saying is asked to be a physical for ptsd they asked to be. phys Niro. Physiological. Asked to be a physical event, right? Near physiological condition, not physical event can be A. Explosion Okay Yeah, but not just a near death experience trauma you know you can you can. Get the bad news right that you know come. Thursday you might be making Friday. And we need to take you for surgery and we don't know if you're going to survive that surgery. So that's like you know being told that you know you might not make it. So that's the trauma that is a trauma. So you could be be given the bad news. You could be sitting at home actually watching something believe it or not on the television and become traumatized by something, which is in front of you and it is just so overwhelming. The PDF that can cause right this is what I don't understand. Okay. So how does the act? What is no physical impact or change? HOW DOES A-? New Physiological. Vertical okay. So. So that triggers your census and put you on alert, which then is a neurophysiological. chain-reaction from that. That happens next so you can be. You can be at the front line you know under heavy fire no way out you can be You can be raped you can be involved in a car accident. You can various levels of abuse which can calls trauma. I you know. I'm doing this I'm mixing. I'm generalizing but. I am forgetting blast. Ti. TBI whereas the blast he'd be. Results in the physical the physical evidence on the Bruin of Plastique. On indications of..
"gary green" Discussed on TechStuff
"Quality of all the different options next up. We have the s video cable. Now that would carry two channels of video information. It separated the colors from black and white. So you've got black and white in one channel all the other colors in another channel, and that would create a better image quality than composite video, however like composite. s video cable was limited to standard definition signals of four eighty. I or five, seventy six I for some markets. Then you've got component video cables. These cables were red, green and blue, and they represented the three colors used to create all colors in video. However, they didn't each carry you their respective colors. The red didn't carry read. The Blue didn't Gary Blue and the Green Gary Green. One cable carried luminance or brightness information, and the other two carried information about the hue of colors that should appear onscreen through combinations of all of those elements. You could get a really wide range of colors displayed onscreen and brightness as well. And you could also get up to high definition levels of resolution up to ten eighty by so this was finally getting into the HD side of things. HDMI or high definition multimedia interface can carry unimpressed video and audio to the other elements I just talked about composite component and s video. None of those carried audio. You would need separate audio cables to get sound from the playstation into your entertainment system HD. My cables can carry both video and audio to the same source, so they are a superior in that respect. There's a whole thing I could go. In about with copy protection that relates to which cables would get supported or would lose support over time, but that's a topic for a future episode anyway HDMI or high. Definition multimedia interface. Is Now essentially the standard. We used to connect things together for video. Game Consoles DVD players that kind of stuff to televisions. So the PS, three was the first of the playstations to have an Admi my port now the combination of the cell processor and the GP you made the PS three a truly intimidating console on paper. It clearly overshadowed the Xbox, three sixty and the. We wasn't even in the same weight class, but that's on paper in reality. Sony would see P. S. three sales get off to. To a slow start, and trailed behind the XBOX, three sixty, and even the we that would launch like a week after the PS three would end up beating the PS three in sales in many markets. So why is that? Why was the successor to the greatest selling video console of all time more of a slow burn I'll. I'll tell you after we take a quick break. That when Lexus opened stores, one of the first steelers made an important observation. Lexus wasn't in the car business. They were in the people business. Above all they needed to be helpful, respectful and compassionate. To treat people like guests. It's what they agreed to do from the start. And rededicate themselves to every day. Today how we all interact with each other is changing, but who we are isn't in a time of uncertainty. We are all looking for new ways to be human to connect to reach out. To respond. Now when we need each other, most lexus will continue to do what.
"gary green" Discussed on KTRH
"This particular group it was so sad a man died in a submerged van it will Clayton parkway in the east tex freeway. well I heard all the guys jumping up you know say there's a guy in a band so. is somebody stuck in the water so we just like Hey let's go and get a. sure somebody's in there everybody just took off. what else to do that's Andre he joined that group he told our TV partner channel to he and others had to break out the windows in order to get the man out of that submerged van the unidentified victim said to be in his forties or fifties pronounced dead at the hospital Imelda now blame for that death and one other earlier in the day in nineteen year old man in Jefferson County was electrocuted drowned trying to move a horse to safety. it's now seven oh five. we were all going to tell you about home sales you know they were pretty hot in August but are they gonna cool off now because of the flooding from tropical depression Imelda nearly eighty seven hundred single family homes sold last month the second most all time high for the. Houston area moving forward though she'll leave Scheele Ralph with better homes and gardens Gary green says it's important for buyers find out everything they can about a property that they're interested in. leading in all parts of the greater Houston area I think it's important that they consult with a realtor and understand what's happened in an area and make sure they have full disclosure on the history of the property yeah she says lower interest rates a healthy inventory their driving current sales but Imelda probably gonna cut into the number of homes that are available it is now seven oh six Hey Sunday looking forward president trump traveling to Houston underscore the important partnerships between the United States in India ways to deepen energy and the trade relationship. Howdy mody event is expected to draw tens of thousands of people are in C. deputy press secretary Michael Joyce says reportedly India and the US have been working towards a bilateral trade agreement. has been incredibly large Indian population reaching out in the fort bend county and so having the prime minister coming to Houston for the Saudi motive and it's gonna be very historic he says there could be some kind of agreement made on Sunday while in Houston Audrey morning news radio seven forty K. Terry. how do people feel about this president well the latest fox news poll looks at the confidence voters in this country have on their president and his policies. is it in trump's approval rating picked up a bit it's now at forty five percent up from forty three percent last month and despite what the president has said about how America.
"gary green" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the owner of baseball America Gary green, as we about his baseball teams soccer and also even find out how you could possibly become the owner of a baseball team. So pay attention. Especially if you have some money on your Bank accounts, and you're looking for some interesting adventure and interesting sports venture to invest in so there will be some valuable information for you on this show, and guess what lady Michelle, the nannies back, my favorite superstar friend drescher, and she will tell us and she will invite us to, to her important fundraiser, Kansas master cabaret, Dinna cruise on June twenty fourth to benefit who cancer schmancy compaign. So in order to sail away for a good cause with fringe Escher simply go to whip site cancer, schmeltzer dot org and gets you thickets, but that's not all also chatted her incredible career and our accents, and that's the fun part. So then it, and as usual, I would love to wrap up my show with the poetry corner, and, and I want you to enjoy the brilliant poet and artist philosophy Davao, she always that's just my heart and she brings this unique medical touch to the show, and I encourage you to go to site mono, Donal dot com,.
"gary green" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"For the colts fourth-round action began with the trade. The colts set one hundred twenty nine one hundred thirty fifth pick to the Oakland Raiders for pick one. Oh, nine slipping safety Corey Willis out of Michigan state shortly after this election, the Spartan team captain hopped onto Twitter and spoke of his family ties a team and how he looks forward to coming to Andy. Going to say for Michigan state on excited to be on board. Bad obviously coast custom Bill playing. I'm excited to get my teammates. Let's make the stay after the rest of the day went as follows the colts selected USC cornerback. Marv L tell and tarleton state linebacker EJ speed around five defensive end. Gary green for Mississippi State in round six then round seven, Utah tackle Jackson Barton and after reading defensive tackle Assan Ridgway to the eagles for pick to Forty-six. Indianapolis ended his draft by choosing ole miss guard von Patterson? Elsewhere players from colleges across the state heard their names called this afternoon and round four Notre Dame cornerback joy in love with selected by the New York Giants while Irish linebacker drew tranquil was picked by the San Diego Chargers. And for the Indiana hoosiers guard west Martin was selected by the Washington Redskins. Rounding out that list for two more Notre Dame prospects is running back, Dexter Williams. Wet in the fifth round of the Green Bay Packers and tied it back in round seven to the New Orleans Saints mental V scores cubs over the Diamondbacks. Nine to one Carl's over the red six to three Astra after over the Indians four to three to walk off. Enke's over the giant six to three final through nine and NBA play-offs rafters over the Sixers one hundred ninety five.
"gary green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You know, you talk about a guy who blew the combine out this guy ran four four one Ryan into give people perspective those are better times than Julio Jones. Odell Beckham junior Antonio Brown. That's what he ran in the forty at six six to sixty. So he goes out there today, and he decides he's going to compete Jeffrey Simmons who was not invited to the combine. Everybody's looking at where he is rehab wise with his knee. The only thing he did today is he he got onto the bench and threw up to twenty-five only twenty eight times. On one leg basis one leg, you know, basically, non existent, but he did. Well, Gary green did. Well. A bunch of them. I could go down the list, you know, Jonathan Abrams was was really good. But they all competed. It was really good for Mississippi State because I want to say all thirty two NFL teams were represented in the big news of the day was Nick fits going next. Yep. Yeah. So he worked out at the end of the combine is tied in which you didn't want to do at the combine because they sprung it on him late. Any did not have a chance to prepare to do that. So I understand that. But I think today he was compliant and did what they want him to do. And I think that would be. So the most frustrating part for me when we get to the draft is and I can go down a list of Russell Wilson, Nick FitzGerald predecessor, Mississippi State. I mean, there's guys all over the league right now that the NFL experts all sat and told me, that's they're probably not gonna make it in this league. They're not the right kind of player, Nick FitzGerald is he the guy that we should be barking. Alec. Listen give the kid a shot to play. Behind center or to see need to roll with whatever they tell him to do. Well, I I think that you know, his inconsistencies quarterback have reared their ugly head for three years. And and I think we were looking at exponential improvement and there's times when we saw it. So it's not like he can't do it. I think it's consistency. And then look Ryan, you know in the league everything is about decision making number one. And accuracy, number two. And if you aren't really really efficient at both of those you can't play in that league. So I think that somebody that's gonna take a chance on Nick either as a late draft pick or free agent quarterback. He's gonna get into camp there. Someone's gonna take up and he's going to get a shot in the NFL. You know, he's going to have to he's going to have to consistently demonstrate that he can make quick decisions and he can be accurate. That's the bottom line. So and look I think the tight end thing is kind of a fallback deal. He ran four six four the combine he's six four and a half. He's two hundred twenty six pounds. He caught the ball. Well today, I'm telling you now he caught the ball yet. Some soft hands his routes weren't that of a perfection tight end or receiver. But he was pretty fluent and fluid and he caught the ball. Well, so, hey, I'm like you. It's not an exact science. We've all heard the there's no way he can do it and you turn around and he can do it. And we've all heard the boy, he's the greatest thing. And then he turns around and can't do it. Who knows I was on a point one time going somewhere and had several scouts on there. And they're all running down dot Prescott. I text them all all the time soon to be working out. Okay. Russell wilson. I saw here in the studio with a bunch of geniuses. Tony Russell Wilson camp on short. Every time. We throws for his fortieth touchdown of the season group tax nays and just check in with everybody watched the film, Mississippi State, fascinates me. I love job warhead if you sitting here with us right now. It'd be one of the greatest conversations ever there's entrance mission. That's no secret this spring would they need to be working on. And what have you heard from down there? Well, I I don't know that I've heard a lot..
"gary green" Discussed on Band Ranting
"And use that as sort of the male Energy of the planet of the universe of spiritual belief spiritual being and use the poetry. Which is accompanied only by Chamber Music? Not The Long Sahil use dispersing each one of those main movements with a poem Son By either the soprano Baritone and that represented the female energy of each of us and the earth and mother Earth. That whole idea. It was very complex philosophically and it was amazing Anyway I could go on about this. But it developed developed. We've got the choirs involved. I won't tell you the nasty part about all that because it did get very difficult but We got the choirs involved. And we did. The premier did performances over the Catholic Church in the foothills here in Tucson which is sort of swanky part of town beautiful church and It was a hit but what happened. What David had said before that was that he had wanted to do this. And He poured absolutely everything he had into. As deny as did my students and there was a lot of brand new material and stuff that I had there was none of his the rest of his music and it was just a flood of his music coming You know wave by wave all fourteen movements. I've I'm magnificent stuff so As he said it was a turning point for him and certainly was for me at that point in my career. So nineteen seventy six and I had been at the U. OF A. For my six year. And which is not a whole lot of time but When I got through with the Premier and walked out of that experience I said to myself right If I can do this I can do anything in the wind band repertoire Which I really started to believe and I was insecure about. It is scared the crap out of me to do it I knew was a huge opportunity. I relished the challenge of it and it just gave me open the world to me at the same time it gave him the basis. Exactly what he said in that program note for the Facility for everything else he did and all the other music from the Mass on there are bits and pieces of the mass in everything and I know the mass so well that when I hear when they heard anything wrote after that ago. Oh my God. That's mass mathematics. You know it just kept recurring. And he kept using the different ways. And if you don't know the music really well you probably would recognize it. But it'd be it became foundational in his compositional life and as a consequence it pushes further and this is when I Started to really close and inconsequential out every spring so the commission for the mass and that was in nineteen. We started nineteen ninety-five to raise money. And all he wanted for it in Nineteen Ninety five twenty five twenty five thousand dollars for an hour and forty five minute piece. Which I didn't think was a whole lot of money at the time The other side of it the copying part of it by the time these two folks local people here in town. Robin Great Jazz from Bonus and Cindy Cynthia her last name. She works in Electronics now she. She's the electronic supervisor of the Where do you call those people who are running the computer programs for the company's it it? She's not for the School of music now. Anyways they're both amazing People they didn't overcharge me but it was so much music imagine fourteen movements for the full Limo Samba plus the choir book plus the Piano Book. Plus the boy's choir book plus the Solo Book Soprano Baritone Solo a huge amount of copying twenty thousand dollars and that was in nineteen ninety six. It would probably be twice that now so the whole thing publicity and David's visit and all that stuff running up costing about fifty thousand dollars. Well that's a big chunk of money for school like English Zone School of Music. We did not have huge budgets and I had to raise it all which I did and the University of behind it to the dean of the College of Fine Arts a Cetera. But we did raise it and we We put together. A consortium like original idea but for me obviously but you know we allow people bought into the scary part for them was that it was so huge the ones who contributed to it new. They would probably never be able to do it right. They just wanted to the work so just because it's so long and so difficult logistically so challenging but I think it was way ahead of its time a lot of ways I mean there was not there was A. There's a requiem heat us who is a Trying to think as he Belgian I think so composer who wrote a mass for wind band and a requiem for wind band choir but And there are of course. Stravinsky and that's not we like to think to win. He's because we're in conductors but it has a full low string section of Joe's basis but for choir and so there are a few examples of people writing for wins and and voices but David was a full blown thing so it really was a new A new Venue in new young almost Carell USA also wrote I'm trying to think of the name of that piece I'm sure some people out there will know it wrote a fabulous piece for Wins in choir but anyway we did the performance I did the Komo consortium It was a ton of money from thin on Ninety seven ninety five ninety six ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine two thousand two thousand one keep going. We had David here every single year except to And he'd come out in the spring. Whatever it hot off the press from him whether it was the new symphony or something. I was part of it with the commission because we can only afford just so that the mass was a one time. You know huge project and into joys that much money but Steel who did many people know a lot of the commission. Steve got a very cool thing going at his school at Northern Illinois University and he Had A huge concert band festival every spring and he used all the proceeds of that Contest every year to put in a pot to commission music. So he commissioned as you know and most people I think. No he commissioned a ton of music from David and the rest of us just coughed in our share and And we get. And we perpetuate it that way but I did so I did that. I also did. The World Premiere of the Casino Proposal Saxophone went on sample. I did that And then we took to waspy and in certain Switzerland and that was David's first exposure to European audience and it was huge because he got a lot of play. Not only that but European interest I was responsible for getting him to China to my contact in Beijing Fung Lee. Who was a student of mine here? Also stayed with Frank Petit Conservatory and so it goes on. And on. And the connections. David and I made together David with us to Switzerland with his With his wife and It was just an amazing association. So that's kind of the history with David in me. I was went right up to the symphony and and through his illness. We were very and David was a holistic type of guy did not he and his wife did not practice. Western medicine and He died of colon cancer very quickly for months and he was gone he had stage four when they found it out and of course a lot of us were kind of angry to think you know if only Agricola Nas copy like the rest of us have every ten years you know he would still be here but He we were very close and we even talked about that and you know. He texted me the day or he message today so It was really quite something the association and it made it completely changed my life. Not only did I fall in love with his music. But it gave me sort of an opening for insight into music that I'd never had before and probably never would have me just to be already done standard wind band repertoire new wind band repertoire standard or Costa Repetoire Chamber music all kinds of music. That gave me insights from studying with him from commissioner is music from talking with him for millions of hours and from spending so much time with him in rehearsal that It was just a just a transformative experience all the way around. So that's in a nutshell. Very tiny narrow even though it took half an hour is My Kim I experience right so something I mean number. Things struck me but something that I think might be really useful to our our listeners. struck me as you were speaking which is You talked about how there is this point in time when you first were exposed to his music where I think your exact words were. It was like Chinese you. It was like Mandarin. It was so complicated in different in new that it really intimidated. You and you talked about Doing the I think he said the Third Symphony and having him out and over the course of three days it started to make sense to you and I CAN'T I. I had the such a similar experience so many people I know who have played. His music have had a similar experience. I'm really convinced. In my case that the reason my program grew I had a high school program started with a very small high school program and it was very decent size when I laughed I'm really convinced that it was his music. That just kind of took for one one notch to the next. We started with Hell's gate was the first piece we ever did by him. Which is the ban. Parts are pretty easy The Solis parts are extraordinarily difficult And then we went to give the stay and then we went to traveler and then we did an in stream of life and it felt like each each piece was kind of like a step forward And like I said no so many people who've had that same experience but at the same time I know of a lot of folks who are really genuinely terrified. to try in fact without naming names we are Cine wins which is a group. Greg and I are both a part of an have been for many years Has An event called the composer festival every year and Basically just you know what I'm talking about. The composer festival is just a festival where let's Senate instead of being centered around competition scoring or raining or anything like it's centered around a great music and so it alternates between bringing in living composers and having them work with students on their music or bringing in Were renowned guests conductors Who choose composers from the past To work and David was our very first composer. Back in two thousand nine and It was a huge event then and there was a couple of folks who participated Who were very nervous to do. One of his pieces because it was so much and This year were having Gary Green. Come in in. He has chosen David as composer Which is film fair. Yeah and I've heard from a few directors that are just terrified to take that leap and play one of his pieces And I was wondering if you might talk for a second about The importance of taking those leaps and knowing when to take those leaps and how much good.
"gary green" Discussed on WTVN
"So today, I've got Mark back with me Mark Aubrey from let green scape. So Mark good to have you here. It's great to be here. Gary. Thank right. So Mark, I always like having you on the show because I can ask you all my personal landscape issues. So yeah. And you can help me through that. And today, we have another special guest. Jamie is here with us. So I told Jamie she to can ask Mark about her how hosts her house and all her landscaping question. So jamie. I'm looking forward to some really good questions out of you. All right. So let's see, Jamie. You had a lot to do with are a home and garden show, and everything that people are seeing out there, even though you were gone most of this week as was I so, but we have a very capable team that I'm sure handled everything perfectly. Right. I haven't heard any major catastrophes. Well, fantastic. Okay. So Mark here. We are in the winter and people aren't out there mourner lawn or not yet. It leaves much Arlene. So. I tells a listers Mark especially anybody that has not familiar with Green's capes a little bit about the company where are you guys located in what you do at the company. Great, Gary green skates has been in business and the Columbus area for almost forty five years. Now, our office is located just south of Bexley. But just like everybody in Columbus. Where offices you may not be where most of our workers. So we travel to Dublin, you know Worthington. Westerville out to wall buzney, which really isn't that far, and you know, upper Arlington. So we service the whole area it's easy to get around Columbus. So what we do is full service landscapes outside. So where Dave FOX ends on the building process as is where we start. So we work with a lot of masonry projects. You know, fireplaces pools hearts gapes planting. So, you know. We we take a beautiful addition or remodeling that day FOX's done for you. And we make it look a little prettier. Well, that's a real challenge though. Isn't it? Andy sometimes. So you know, I focus on residential design. I've been doing it for too long now, but I really enjoy working with clients and seeing you know, ideas and projects come to life in a fairly fast period. So it is quite rewarding to meet somebody and come up with an idea. Just like you guys do with kitchens and bathrooms, and you know addition. So it's it's fun to to work with people and see those creations come to life. Sure. A lot of times like if we're doing a large multi-room edition or something the landscape integration is really crucial in you know, we designed together through that process. Yeah. Recently, I was out to a client's house that we did together years ago where you know, you guys didn't addition attack, and then we had to come up with sort of the step layout for the deck, and then the steps for the rest of the landscape and some walls to integrate the whole project together. So it really works seamlessly from the interior to the exterior, but it was pretty complicated project to work on. Yeah. And many of our listeners. Well, if any of you have stopped by our showroom, you will have seen some really nice landscaping that greens keeps did it. And you guys have a lot of nice displays out there. Yes. The favorite thing that we have at your offices the water feature that usually runs all year long. Yes. It's creative and interesting. And it's very unique. Because we had some antique barn stones we drilled out and created this this water feature which is pretty pretty neat. Yeah. And that thing stays going through any temperature range to the right ever seen. I mean. You know, kind of worries me a little bit because I'm expecting for the call that stopped working one day, and you know, that pump in there just keeps running and running never gets turned off it runs all year long, and it just just keep working. So I'm yeah. Well, you know, two or three.
"gary green" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And all of a sudden, they're at war over thority and control. And all sudden Hughes saying last week and he apologized for it after the game yesterday. But he said last week. I gotta take more control. I wanted to have some some impact on the play call. Yeah. And. How would you like to be a rookie caught net? Cross. I'll tell you. What what I would do if I if I'm the head coach, and I make a recommendation this is not a request. This is an order that. Rick order this. I don't request you to do it sometime. I request an invitation such request your presence. No, no, no. This is not a request. I'm telling you what you're going to do get there's a reoccurring theme with Todd Haley he and Biggby couldn't get alone. Remember when he was calling play the narrow Zona him a him in anquan coup almost got into it on the five and ten along the reoccur, we keep we agree. We like common denominator. So they've been. So if I'm Hugh Jackson, I look at taught. I don't ask you to do anything. I tell you what to do an until until I'm relieved the my duty the head coach. Would I tell you to run the ball you run the ball? Tell you what you throw it sums gotta give. So he's got to go all the report yesterday said somebody's going either, Hugh or Todd, and I'm with you. It would seem like it would be Todd. But I'm not sure about that. Because you came into this year one in thirty one the play Colla though out five Todd. Hey, I call my old place, and I'm going down with my ship. Now, this is my ship on the head coach of the bible, get fired. I'm going to get by calling my place. Do it my way so by Todd Haley rocks. Well, the new GM John Dorsey did not hire you. So will he side with Todd Haley or you see who we go inside where because I'm getting them out to Zoe the he got to go, look, I'm still to coat Hugh couple. You wanna find me? I'll still got to pay me. But let me go in there and his sleeve, I can turn this thing around. What I would do if I was huge at now they got some mutiny on defense. And I must say the let me down. I don't like that not like the mouth, Gary green. Great players shot at his coordinate. Great players, don't I don't recall, and I was in my prime when Reggie White and Bruce Smith and all these great. I never heard them say the game plan when you great you abroad than a game playing. He had a game show. But saying we should've kept it simple. Like, we did the first time and just just played our base defense. No tricks. No wrinkles thing. Yeah. When people watch you take him play. What do you think they go back and do? Okay. That's what they did. So you have to do other things because they prepare for that. In your job is to go get to the quarterback till no matter what the plate. Okay. So the rookie quarterback is caught in all this up evil chaos. The momentum. No, no, no, no, no here down, but up close that doesn't affect you you go do your jobs hard to be By now. the situation the Denver in nineteen ninety two when John. And the day Reeve going back and forth. Photograph to make a decision that in the fake. Get what hey, you're not the quarterback job. So I'm worried about what's going on with them..
"gary green" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Oh, talking about today, Alexander Pushkin and his head injury. Let's take a quick look at some other killers who whose lives may have been tragically altered by an accident or some abuse. I mentioned Richard Ramirez member. Remember when we talked about how age to the sucks subject for Miras sustained a significant injury to his head when address fell on top them causing a laceration which required thirty stitches. And then at age five knocked out by swing in the park and that head injury caused him to suffer epileptic seizures, which remain until he was a teenager at age six and other suck subject John Wayne Gezi that killer clown was beaten, unconscious by his father. Willna broomstick at age. Eleven struck in the head with a swing, fuck and swings, man, which all not although not. Sixteen resulted in him suffering blackouts too many swings swings in nineteen sixty future suck subject. I'm sure six year old. David Berkowitz ran into the roadsides child at home struck by car, suffered unspecified head injuries. Few months later, ran into wall again, suffered head injuries at age. Eight hit on the head with the pipe, received a four inch gash day, just seven years. Old future sucks subject. I'm sure heavily requested. Albert fish fell from cherry tree caused severe head trauma Khadim suffer from dizzy spells and severe headaches, the rest of his life. Another previous suck subject at geen claimed that his violent alcoholic father would beat him about the head so hard. His ears would ring and so many others, you know, robber. Joe lawn classified ad rapist suffered serious head injuries, early years at the age of five, knocked unconscious when he fell from swing, fuck and swings. Eight, six. He lost several teeth suffered a concussion when he crashed his bicycle headfirst into a parked car. Hey, just seven. I'm not making this fell off a pony, the left him with a concussion and dizzy spells Najah for weeks ponies. Finally, the pony and serial killer connection revealed. That's, you know, that's probably the call opponents. The devils little murderers, small in stature, large, and ego. The highway soccer Henry Lucas claims to receive numerous head injuries between the ages of five and ten. Most significant was when he was seven as mom him across the back of his head using a two by four Bill block, would that put him in a coma for three days caused significant damage to the prefrontal lobe of his brain? I'm guessing it also caused him to listen carefully. Every time his mother told him to do something for the rest of his life. Man has recently released biography, confession of serial killer former suck. Dennis Btk Rader stated that as an infant, his mother accidentally dropped him on the head and he stopped breathing and turn blue. Finally, Gary green river killer Ridgway had his head beaten repeatedly by his mother while grownup every time she aggressively cleaned his wane after wetting the bed, clean Wayne callback been too long since will Ridgway snuck into with suck to do some wings growth in clean. Okay. Other than Gary Ridgway that list was. Real and there were ton of names I left off because he was getting repetitive men, swing stuff, all the swing stuff. Now, let's find out where Alexander chessboard killer Houston's head injury helped lead him today in our time, suck timeline. Wrap on those boots soldier where Martin down a time, summertime lie..
"gary green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We know about the nine starters coming back on offense, eight on defense and that defensive line, I think people are tired or reading and hearing all the pundits, but you're seeing it every day. It's supposed to be very good. No. I mean, you know, seeing Jeffrey about and compete full-time spring. All he was banged up a little bit, but between him on his, you know, sometimes it's hard to get a pass off. So you know, we're being battle-tested in preparing us, obviously for the season going against such great defensive line every day, coach bigger doesn't phenomenal job with them, but you've got Braxton who yet. You got Gary green, you got Cianci rivers and you're talking to and a half deep across the board. So it's very exciting to be part of that group in in watching developed. We did a show from starkville believe it was two years ago, and we happen to land the South Carolina game, which was right after the south Alabama game. And the reason I bring this up is you're not supposed to lose those early games and I know fans wanna talk about the bigger games on the calendar, but as a football coach, how do your, I realize it's a twelve game season, but you have one game ahead of you and I'm assuming you can't think about anything else. I think that's a great question. In a very valid point. You know, we talk about competing against the standard, not against our Ponant in our level. Reparation for execution should rise or fall based on who were playing coming from the FCS ranks and being the head coach and have an opportunity to knock off temple and knock off army and our four years there, you know the games at the opponents play, you know, up against an opponent, our opportunities, those guys have a chip on their shoulder. And I mean, you look through it happens every single year. The guy's got understand it. We can't take anybody lightly. And that starts with the game on the first coachee. You seem like a meticulous person, and I asked you this question because the calendar is always changing evolving and nothing I don't think is left to chance. But right now, how would you describe your schedule day to day? Because I'm assuming this is fairly intense time of the year. I would describe it as full. We cut, we come in in the morning and I'll prepare for our staff meeting will staff meet and then we'll go into our series of AM meetings. Go through a walk-through have lunch, you know, get into. To a little bit of downtime for the kids, we're all have practice preparation recruit and doing all those things get into our afternoon means to practice and watched the film at night afterward. And you know, then clean a bunch of stuff up. So you know that's camp season as they say. And. A lot. A lot of things on the on the list of do, and he just got check them off on a daily basis. You've done this before. So it's not like this is your first time out, but but does it and you have a system and help. I'm not trying to act like you're in the ocean by yourself..
"gary green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We know about the nine starters coming back on offense, eight on defense and that defensive line, I think people are tired or reading and hearing all the pundits, but you're seeing it every day. It's supposed to be very good. No. I mean, you know, seeing Jeffrey out and compete full-time spring. While he was banged up a little bit. But between him on his, you know, sometimes it's hard to get a pass off. So you know, we're being battle-tested in preparing us, obviously for the season going against such great defensive line every day coach Baker doesn't phenomenal job with them, but you've got Braxton who yet. You got Gary green, you got Cianci rivers and you're talking to and half deep across the board. So it's very exciting to be part of that group in in watching developed. We did a show from starkville believe it was two years ago, and we happen to land the South Carolina game, which was right after the south Alabama game. And the reason I bring this up is you're not supposed to lose those early games and I know fans wanna talk about the bigger games on the calendar. But as a football coach, how do your, I realize it's a twelve game season, but you have one game ahead of you and I'm assuming you can't think about anything else. I think that's a great question. In a very valid point. You know, we talk about competing against the standard, not against our Ponant in our level. Reparation efforts. Execution should rise or fall based on who were playing coming from the FCS ranks and being the head coach, and you have the opportunity to knock off temple and knock off army in our four years there, you know the games at the s. opponents play, you know, up against enough Coenen are opportunities guys have a chip on their shoulder. And I mean, you look through it happens every single year. The guy's got understand it. We can't take anybody lightly. And that starts with the game on the first. You seem like a meticulous person, and I asked you this question because the calendar is always changing evolving in and nothing I don't think is left to chance. But right now, how would you describe your schedule day to day? Because I'm assuming this is fairly intense time of the year. I would describe this full. We cut. We come in in the morning and I'll prepare for our staff meeting will staff meet and then we'll go into our series of AM meetings. Go through a walk-through have lunch, you know, getting. To a little bit of downtime for the kids, we're all have practice preparation recruit, and do all those things get into our afternoon means to practice to watch the film at night afterward. And you know, then clean a bunch of stuff up. So you know that's camp season as they say, and a lot of things on the on the list of do, and he just got check them off on a daily basis. You've done this before. So it's not like this is your first time out, but but does it and you have a system and and help. I'm not trying to act like you're in the ocean by yourself. It would seem like you're walking down the hall and someone's telling you or maybe you know where you're going next. Is that fair? Yeah. I keep a bunch of notes on my desk and have no cards and kinda write things down, stream of consciousness. But as they kind of come up and I think I'm the point sixty five right now and then highlight him those things get done, but have you know, coordinator coach Ghezzi who played for me and understands the offense and coach Bryan or in, you know, certainly my involvement in the office. Call a. place forces me to be in that room a lot. But but having someone coach shoop and coach Jones guys who've been head coach is guys who've done it successfully at this level that helps alleviate some of the stress of worrying what's going on in knowing you've delegated authority..