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"george wright" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:41 min | 6 d ago

"george wright" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"george wright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What questions do you have for Al Sharpton? Give us a call It 8667336786 again, 8667336786. You can also get in touch on Twitter or Facebook. A K Q b D forum or email your questions or comments to forum dot org's Why do you say defund? The police is a misnomer. I say that it has been too started by some of us have embraces. Some have embraced in other ways our way of saying it is to take those forms and reimagining policing should be done. There should be fun. Put into Leto help! There should be fun. Community policing. This should be fun dealing with the underlying problems in the communities in terms of education and daycare, So we're not staying from our perspective, the others that from their respective saying We're not saying remove all police was saying to do a retraining where they integrated in the community and many of the communities that we serve. And we have the problem of gun violence and police by so we need some form of policing. But we don't need to keep doing what does not work. Why would you keep financing something that has proven to be in effect? That's why you're you almost a d thing. The police was sort of what you used Interestingly right? As I asked you that question, A comment came through to me. Justin Rights defund. The police is not the best message. What about refund? The police Add more funding and change. It's allocation. I don't know if you go that far. But do you agree that it requires more funding and needs a change in allocation? I think that if if you were going to Oh, and any further allocation. It must be first on a format off a new way that we deal with policing in the country. Is that the one who has done more than the front policing If that is the object, if that is what is objectionable person right way, Donald Trump because his mishandling of Copan 19. Has put a lot of cities and in the red and they're laying off people in law enforcement so one and he's against the funding, even reimagining policing at another. He's causing it himself because they are close to bankrupting many sins. Well, you know, that is one of several things that you you sort of take on in terms of the left the left looking at itself. The left trying to deal with Unifying clarifying its message, and you also say in some ways a give and take like You know, don't you don't necessarily say this specifically. But the general ideas. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Do you think that there's too much of that going on? Yeah. Talk about calling that liberals a lot of people that sit up in problems. And simple aunties and have these purists thinks that this is out 10 Point plan. And if you don't agree with all 10 points and do it our way that you are not progressive enough. No, they're many of us that do things differently. One. If the ultimate goal is to get us the same place. Let's not keep yours. Let's not deal with it in a way that would be exclusion. Winning the fights for social justice is about addition, not subtraction. And we should be able to expand the base of support and, like way. So what? George Wright and many demonstrations and marches that I went to where there were more waste and blacks and some cell. We don't need all of these allies. We need all the allies we can get. In a battle to get new legislation and you get police to be accountable. And I think that too many of us come with rigid, inflexible, purest kinds of rules, and that becomes the goal rather than establishing justice and fend. You know, you devote an entire chapter to talking about LGBTQ rights and you call out homophobia and transphobia in the black community..

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"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The top and really show John is away today and I will be back tomorrow are not guess on Monday on Labor Day and Felix Pennel is filling in. So Felix was a couple of years ago. I read this great book all the bitter waters of Medicine Creek, a tragic clash between white native Americans. Are you aware of it? Yes, it's uh, it's about this horrific chapter in the history of the Washington territory where you have this tribal chief, less shy of the two squalling nation battling With somebody who is eventually going to become governor of the Washington territories. Maybe even Washington state. I'm not sure Isaac Stevens Hey, was governor then use governor at Indian Agent at the same time, he was doing two jobs at once. And and it just it just brings to mind. I mean, I've spent almost all my life except for a couple of years in Seattle in this region, and it just was astonishing to me. How little I know. And maybe in general, we know about our own history. Visa VI, the Native American. Population, and now you have an interesting run. Ah, story about monuments. That kind of commemorate some of the I don't know if they're questionable, but some of the historic moments in our history with the native Americans. Yeah, I do a lot of driving around pulling off the road and looking at objects to draw my attention. And I did that Not too long ago over near Spokane, and there's a cluster of monuments western Spokane. To the Indian war of 18 58. And that was essentially the last armed conflict of any really import between the U. S. Army and Native Americans here in what's now Washington state, and it took place over a period of about a week or so in early September. You know almost exactly what 162 years ago from doing the math, right? And What it commemorates is the sort of the wiping out of multiple native Americans by this particular American general named George, right. The monuments are sitting there. There's no additional interpretation. There's no new sign in just these old monuments it from the thirties and forties, and you really have to. You have to go online to look up information. I have to go into the old going to these old dusty books. But George Wright is a pretty controversial figure. Now he was a hero at the time for sort of bringing the Native Americans to their knees. Essentially because after these battles, they essentially sued for peace, and he agreed to it, but he had really strict conditions. And we have this little audio of Ah historical reenactment of George Wright. I think seeing what the what his response was to the Indians asking for peace. I have met you in too bloody battles. And you have been badly whipped..

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"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I've gotto say, especially on a Friday the Portland shooting but Felix will let you start Alright from 36. So it says if he felt it was justified. Why didn't he stick around? Give his report to the police on the scene? This is about the man who was shot in Lacy. Why did he run? It would have been safer to stay in Portland with sympathetic Mayor and city attorney. Why did he just walk into the lobby of the police department and give his story? I mean, vice did get to him first before the law enforcement, which is kind of bizarre, I guess. True and Erik 0253 the D escalator? Yeah, right. And in your about your notion about whether someone a father of Children should be doing that kind of stuff he was doing by that logic. Fathers from two of six by that logic, Father shouldn't be coughs or soldiers both being a form of security through enough Andheri Co. Two of six again I feel the kid in Wisconsin Open Pandora's box, and there will be more shootings on both sides. Sad. And scary on then Felix's history corner US from area code 36. So I grew up in Spokane. Have you heard of Hangman Valley and the history about that? That's actually related to the what we were talking about. Earlier. There's still a golf course called Hangman Volley Hangman Valley golf course. And then that is all named after Theat Inns of Colonel George Wright, who hang lots of native Americans without trials. They're around. A place that's the real name is later later Creek, but it's also knows Hangman Creek wonderfully. Any missed if you missed any three or 4 ft putts. Joe and some of her not gonna mention joking, Zhou and some there, Felix, your monument story was interesting but lacked context that is violence existed here long before white settlers arrived. Yeah, it was a different kind of violence, so I would I would argue. Sean Arlington, I got a kick out of the history segment question that Thomas Felix about his emotional responses. When history reveals previously unrealized truth about our current world, it may reflect a bit on that oft heard phrase the truth shall set you free. Which I've heard artfully followed up with. But first it will really he say this on the radio. Yeah, I think so. It will really piss you off. It's hard to discover irrefutable proof that you've been given a false narrative by which to construct your worldview. Wow! And glory in the 707. Perhaps the resident historian Khun Tell us why Labor Day is not celebrated. May 1st in the USA and no singing of the international out. Please do tell Oh, I'm not sure what that is with Labor Day so much nicer in September. I think it gives you a chance to kind of reflect on the summer and have a nice barbecue. Okay? All right about President Trump in the comments he may have made about fallen heroes from the Atlantic Article, two of six says several of my friends posted the Trump story when confronted with evidence, it's likely false, they just said Well, even if not true, he did say other things just as bad like that is relevant. And two of six. Well, actually, Ah, number of Ah, news agencies are confirming some of the things in the Atlantic. But anyway, two or six unnamed people coming out years later just before the elections. Come on. Now, not even you're that dumb, So it's like a September surprise. Also from another to US six. AM I listening to CNN? How about mentioning John Bolton statement, So that guy's just trying to sell books, though I will say I looked it up in Jon Bones statement was that he didn't hear that particular comment, But it sounded possible It would have been in my book Nick for Marcus. Even Fox News has confirmed the Atlantic story. It'll be fun to see Hannity, Tucker and Laura Ingram. Try and dance around this one tonight. And about speaking quietly, Tio prevent the spread of Kobe 206 as spoilers. Krasinski predicted Cove it two of six. Hey, guys. L well, I dropped a £5 bag of Skittles on the ground in the middle of a movie in the theater. It was that the quiet part of the movie to Ella. Well, great date another, Joe Six is what about the people who talk in their sleep? They dead in a quiet, good place? Yeah. And 253 explain why libraries air still closed. Yeah, There's an idea. Yeah, on the eviction, walking on the eviction moratorium, 45 says, Felix, Me and my wife. We're about to buy a second property because one of us had to relocate and made more financial sense to get a second mortgage than it did to rent a place since we could rent out our existing home. May $20 an hour and that was a viable plan with potential rental income. Now I've lost my job. And if I had.

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"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"K i e. L one triple 8778 k e Thank you very much mortgage. Oh, that you do for me and for everybody else out of our listeners. Well, son of a gun of John doesn't join us even on his day off early today. That's right. Music. Thanks, Sean. You're listening. To the Tom and Curly as show. John is away today, and he'll be back tomorrow or not, I guess on Monday on Labor Day and Felix Pinellas filling in so Felix a couple of years ago, I read this great book called the Bitter Waters of Medicine Creek, a tragic clash between white native Americans. Are you aware of it? Yes, it's a it's. It's about this horrific chapter in the history of the Washington territory where you had this tribal chief, less shy of them a squalling nation battling with somebody who was eventually going to become governor of the Washington territories. Maybe even Washington State amateur Isaac Stevens hey, was governor then use governor an Indian agent. At the same time, he was doing two jobs at once. And and it just it just brings to mind. I mean, I've spent almost all my life except for a couple of years in Seattle in this region, and it just was astonishing to me. How little I know. And maybe in general, we know about our own history. Visa VI, the Native American population, and now you have an interesting Ah Run, Ah, story about monuments. That kind of commemorate some of the don't know if they're questionable, but some of the historic moments in our history with the native Americans. Yeah, I do a lot of driving around and pulling off inside the road, looking at objects to draw my attention, and I did that not too long ago over near Spokane, and there's a cluster of monuments western Spokane. To the Indian war of 18 58. And that was essentially the last armed conflict of any really import between the U. S. Army and the Americans here in what's now Washington state, and it took place over a period of about a week or so in early September. You know almost exactly what 162 years ago from doing the math, right? And What it commemorates is the sort of the wiping out of multiple native Americans by this particular American general named George, right. The monuments are sitting there. There's no additional interpretation. There's no new sign in just these old monuments from the thirties and forties, and you really have to. You have to go online to look up information or I have to go into the old going to these old dusty books. But George Wright is a pretty controversial figure. Now he was a hero at the time for sort of bringing the Native Americans to their knees, essentially because after these battles, they essentially sued for peace, and he agreed to it, but he had really strict conditions. And we have this little audio of Ah historical reenactment of George Wright. I think seeing what the what his response was to the Indians asking for peace. Ruth. And Jacob was going to play that he could barely hear it. I've met.

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"george wright" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Right now in the bubble, Clippers and Mavericks just under six minutes to go in the third quarter. Lugar donde is taking a very well deserved rest right now is he's got 26 7, the Mavericks holding on to a 76 74 lead over the Clippers. Kawai Leonard, now up to 27 Lou Williams 14 off the bench. Paul George. Two out of 85 points. Just watching. That would be the line. Paul George. Just watching. Not as if it ends this way. He gets the Anthony Davis treatment tomorrow. Yeah, well, if this isa coattail rider, you know if this ends he's gonna want Alex. It's too much pressure. You know for the Clippers, and you have to go someplace else, and I don't want it to be all on my shoulders here. Hey, there's no guarantee. And then Anthony Davis is coming back on the other side. Other see how crazy that is. Hell, a chaos jumps your fires go. Here's the thing for Paul George Wright, who who didn't want the The mantle of having to carry the Lakers on his shoulder. So I'm going to be the number two in Ella behind Kawai. If you can't fly under the radar enough to be the number two on the number two team in the market, playing in front of literally no fans because of the bubble, and I don't know when you're going to really thrive If you can't ride out to know what I don't know what you can drive. I really don't You would have done that. That is a very deep thought right there, eh? So that's where we're at right now. Obviously, we'll keep you posted on this game and everything going on with big day in the embassy. But clearly the story of the night is what happened during the second game of the doubleheader tonight of the Reds and the Royals, Ruining Matt Harvey Day who finally came back to the major leagues is fast ball hit. 95 Ball was coming out of his hand, pretty easy. They gave up a few runs. But Matt Harvey is not the story of tonight, but it's still Matt Harvey Days was still mad, Hard ones for a minute. What was really did Graham Day because for some reason to Graham is still trending, okay. So during Game two of the doubleheader Thom Brennaman, who has been voice of the Reds for a long time. The Reds are broadcasting games of covert 19 life from their homes on home ballparks, even when you're playing on the road, so as you know, travel on different things. It's a different a different time in major league baseball, but just to give you a set upon on what happened so Coming back from break as you see in baseball games all the time. While sometimes you'll come back from commercial. You'll see a beauty shot of the ballpark of fans eating popcorn or a mascot doing something Mr met flipping fans off and then after five or seven seconds, you'll hear the play by play. That said, Welcome back to the Great American Ballpark. It's top of the third inning. But sometimes there's some time that goes by. You don't always come back from break picture up on the on the ball parking to go all welcome back because sometimes things are happening. There is a con. Station going on. Mainly. It is the producer talking to the play by play voice play by play, Man Woman saying, Listen, this is what we're doing here x y and Z and then Okay, Now we start the broadcast. We see that lag time normally. Now That's what happened here. There was lag time coming back from commercial and Tom Brightman says something completely out of the blue. And it's a home a phobic slur. A few seconds go by. And then he begins the broadcast, as if he didn't know he was on the air that his microphone was on when he said what he said, and then he goes into. Hey, we're back and continue the broadcast. We're going to play it for you in its entirety, so you can hear it, and then we'll break it down as well as the apology. He tried to get away with Later on in the game Red Live pregame show presented by Ray ST Player Roofing. Okay, so that was that was wasn't edited the way that Ah, there was a little bit of there was more of a pause, All right. We need to have that the genuine way was what happened is, he says that's one of the blank capitals of the world. And it was homophobia. Kessler, capital of the world, Then there's time that goes by probably five or six seconds. And then he says, Welcome back to rain American ballpark. That's that's what happens on that. So clearly, he didn't know his microphone was on. Or didn't care that his microphone was that most likely he didn't know, but that's what happened. So that gets out and it becomes a thing. I mean, you use a homophobe slur and it's the word you think it is, They says. That's the blank capital of the world. We don't know where he was talking about what the conversation was going on. It was obviously him and somebody else who was off camera, but that's where it went. And after this came up for a while, he still continued to broadcast the game. And now this is a fake. Wait. The Reds are allowing him to broadcast the game after he said that well, then he tried to apologize for what he said. And this is how the apology went out.

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"george wright" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"I'm Arnie Spanier. You want to be part of the show Aaron on the score Tourism. It's thinking genius One just like it happened A while ago when you saw your UConn Huskies saying no football. I think I texted you 3 400 times in a matter of like, five minutes. You didn't answer any of my tags, so just want to make sure you're okay. Well, I woke up to two text That's that morning. One was from you. Thea. Other one said sorry for your loss. And so I immediately freaked out when it said sorry for your loss, trying to figure out what I was like. Wait is everywhere. It was somebody that what doesn't know my family. So I was like, What are they talking about? And then I went online. I saw what happened. It was obviously disappointing, but I think Look, the Mac News today is reflective that these small schools you kind of small school, but the schools that don't have as much money in the power five. They're going to struggle to put a product on the field. I don't think necessarily Yukon or the Mac or the last, even FBS teams that are going to be ah, canceling this season. You know, just one thing on that. I think that teams Excuse me Schools. That are that are losing a lot of money. And I'm not just saying UConn. Anybody in particular, they may have to think of maybe getting rid of football and you know, going in two different directions. You can't keep supporting a sport. That's gonna cost you millions and millions of dollars, So we'll see what happens. Dodgers Trail 54 to the Giants that game in the top of night will keep you up. There was five. Nothing giant. So my Dodgers making a run there, Torres and Luca about Luca with the big game tonight, my friend about that. It's unbelievable already and you know, listen, the bubble has been really fun. But the bubble. I think some young guys have really emerged and I think people are starting to realize how good they are. Like when we talk about the best players in the old LeBron Anthony Davis Kawai Yana see honest. Well, guess who. Yang is the reigning MVP just got outplayed by a 21 year old. And so when you start talking about one teams that could be interesting when they make the playoffs. I think the Mavs air definitely it with with Don Cheech and poor Zynga's But I mean, you know, we do all these polls every year about Oh, if I could start a franchise with one player in the Luca, I was going to say Lucas getting up there where if he's not it, you better There's not many guys in front of him at this point would it be Yannis LeBron and Harden are the three finalists for the M V P on Ly Yanis, would you consider there? I wouldn't take harden. Oh, he's a great player in LeBron's older than dirt. So who's left who you're going to take the starch of team matter of fact, Luca is the better player than all three of those guys right now. I was just thinking if you had the chance to start your franchise, and you had Yannis, the reigning MVP or Luka, I think I take Luca. I really do. Better shooter better distributor Now Johannes is a fantastic player. I'm not saying he's not, and he's obviously seven feet. He can handle the ball. But you start looking at what Luca is doing it. By the way everyone talks about the fact that, you know ah, Um Ah, yeah, Honest doesn't have much of a supporting cast. And can they win the chick? Who does Lucca have on his team? Besides poor Zynga's, You know, it's not like he's playing with with four other all stars here. So by the way, Mavs in position at the number seven seed, we could get Mavs Clippers around one. How about that? By the way, it did turn out pretty good for the n ba right with the MBA bubble. I I didn't think that Maybe that was a good idea that we were going to pull it off with the problems. We have an early, but it's It's worked out. Great too. And what about they being lowered, mister? A couple of free throws? How about that, huh? Well, you saw what happened after with him in polls. George Wright. That was unbelievable. For people who didn't see it. I guess Paul George wave goodbye as he left the court to Damian Lillard. Damian Lillard said. Ah, well, you know, I did that last year when when I knocked about the playoffs, Paul George starts chirping and Damian Lillard on Twitter and Damian Lewis says, Why don't you switch a team another time or to their policy? So I thought he got the upper hand. I thought it was pretty incredible. Why was Lillard wearing a mask by the way after you just played in a basketball game? Where was it in the press conference in the press conference. A lot of guys were doing that. I don't know. But then some guys aren't it feels like I mean, I guess you have a good game. You don't wear a mask, too. If I had a bad game, you do work as it is that the way it works or what? Yeah, I just think it's weird, but you know what's weird to me to Artie, and I'm not trying to criticize and moral taking covert seriously. But this thing where they're doing the interviews six feet away when the reporter is wearing a mask. If we're all in the bubble in world testing negative, like I sort of get it. You can never be too safe, but it's kind of like I feel like we could just stand a couple feet from each other, especially if the report is wearing a mask, Devon said. I'm waiting to see birth certificate for the sky looks a little older than 21 out there. Games like Danny Almonte. They from the little. I remember that guy accepted because really 31 of we just haven't figured it out yet. Well, there's not too many 31 31 year old drop in 36 14. 19. Yes. When he was 25 31 doesn't really make a difference. How old you are when you're dropping numbers like that, Torres, do you think the Mavs could make a little mini run here in the playoffs? Be interesting, at least give somebody a run. Whether it is the Clippers the Nuggets, whoever I think they can, because obviously the Lakers arriving some problems. I believe. The Cooper still seems like the overwhelming favorite, but it isn't like the top teams aren't you know, showing some cracks in the you know, and and the team there? That's the problem. So I think it's wide open this year. Certainly wide open, especially the bubble, too. Right? Wow. Our one just flew on by my goodness. We got a lot of basketball to get to an hour too. The Sehgal will join us toward the end of the hour. You want to get in Aaron underscore Torres Ahmed's think ingenious one co Isis out. What about the Lakers? Who is the true M V P so much to get to all that next year on Fox Sports Radio?.

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"george wright" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on The Big 98

"Coming up. We'll talk to Eddie and see if he has Cove in 19. See if he has the Corona virus. Do you know? No. Do what I know. You know, I didn't know He got his results now. Um, I know I was going to say that, okay? I had already told him last week not to come in today. Regardless, that sort of basing it off of I looked around and like, wait. Well what? Okay, so we'll talk to Eddie coming up in a few minutes to see. Finally, if he has there been a walk in the door and be like I'm free. That's what's gonna happen. He's out. We're gonna walk in the room, okay? Or because we're gonna have him on the phone anyway. Like George Strait. We had George Wright on the phone. Yes. Okay, so he's gonna be on the phone, but he's not gonna walk in the room or he's not okay. By the way, Let's go to this. Call a Bobby in show. I'm a big fan of podcast every day. Hey, I just, uh, listening that you're going Tio Boise, Bobby for this show eventually. I just wanted to help you out because I care. There's no e in the word Boise, Boise, Boise dropped Izzy and you'll sound like a local. We're happy to have you walk right now. Would you get here? Nice. I didn't know that Boise Boise. We obviously go, Roy, but his voice e. Not a local. We're sorry. Listening in Boise. We're very sorry. Now we know you always give us that feedback, though We're open to being better people 877 77 Bobby, Here's an excellent body. Good morning studio. Hey, I got a question for you Watch to tell the truth all the time, and I've been waiting for your episode. And I wonder if you happen to know when your episode is going to air. I'm excited about watching that. Maybe this week, maybe next week. You know, I went over almost a year ago, and I was one of the celebrity Panelists on to tell the truth. That's how you know how hurting they were for celebrities. They're scraping. And so I went and did an episode. And I think it is this week or next week, But the weird thing was after that episode that you see, I went and met Caitlyn for the first time when our first date right after the deficit. So, um, yeah, I tamed it November 24th. And then right after that, I went and I had our first date which she didn't know what the date she claims, right? Good thing. They got desperate for you because that allowed you to go take her out. You probably would have anyways. But who knows when? Yeah. Anthony Anderson was really nice guy. He was the host of.

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"george wright" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:37 min | 10 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on KGO 810

"AM on KGO eight ten then welcome back George Laurie with you we'll take calls with Kim stand where Terranova next hour here as we talk about intention do we know our intention originates Kim does it come from the brain or is it outside of the brain in the in the conscious world for example of the sub conscious world your whole question George thank you I have been around for thousands of years named all sorts of things when we activate them from our consciousness so where are we believe it's the best intentions are coming from right in the middle between our brain and our hearts because then they're keeping us in balance and then more in our spiritual technology of knowing where to fight just dance between my brain and my heart and my heart is going to be feeling the emotions and the feelings on that intention but my brain is going to be bringing in the blessings of clarity and keeping it based in quality to moving forward so when we dance right in the middle they were living in balance and I feel like in this world that we should be out of balance it's part of it is the most important reason to live a life of intention is it's the fastest he did come back to in this practice I can stand down because I can activate them through every detail of my life there's no place that they could not be they could be everywhere it seems like Jesus practiced this a lot all right I would agree with that and I don't know there was called intention but I would absolutely agree with that the reason for telling energy forward everything you do is I really enjoy teaching us the ability to importance of really being steeped in spiritual practice and when his intention to shield was Ames then it was the filled with an intention to to calm the storms and then it was first sold so absolutely why this isn't around for for all of our beyond your life so many lifetimes and that is the technology that when people say well wait a minute can I just knew if I know we've had access to this forever it's we now can choose to really activate it choice by choice conscious moments so that we are living a life that is everything we desire because we're doing it intentionally not just by default is there a higher power Kim involved in some of this I believe so absolutely because were procreating and when it will memo George Wright said that Mexico parts are still young State Street to assist that's where we're saying you know shared my aim I look at like a barn era when the the boat is the higher source consciousness god spirit whatever one calls it for themselves but that presence and power Erro is our intention and we get clear on our intention we could point the Erro and say my intention is to call forth divine help at home our line tension is to double my income and my business whatever it is when we point and let go are let go is the place where we are knowing okay our higher power is taking that intention and the spelling it and we are we don't just sit and wait because that's not actively participating we're participating with inspired action because then the guidance con work could be won't go here or do this but we must that's our spiritual technology really gets amplified his were listening to the divine guidance the most high to take us in the direction to to fill that intention it's you know often someone I was actually done did I find it interesting that in the year you know I finished a book in the years that the fire king and I the way I he said that was my intention was set before that fire my intention was set this is going to get out into the world so when I let go I could not imagine how it would be done when I am in the midst of not having a place to live no clothes having to figure out where we're going and somehow that intention was already in motion I couldn't figure that out myself nearly done intentions emotion we're gonna make sure that it is absolutely fulfilled in one of the hardest times in my life can we talk about how negativity is not part of intention but what about positivity it is very much one of the steps of intention created when we write clear intentions date they are stated in the positives and heads were our extension is more energy sources are he stated in the negative worldwide language so beautifully important then we're still creating that was creating what we don't want you so in the positive I have to give you this example because it's right on a plane to this I had a client come to me and he was he worked with me for some time in treatment center he was newly sober doing great and his next step lets you want to stop smoking and he walked into my office and this is really so proud of me I'm writing my intentions now like you back you too and I go well yeah what is it my intention is to not smoke anymore and I I took over at George's I sure didn't want his state I was very gentle because my brother gave me space to say can we talk about letting children Terminix and I'm so happy you're writing one entry we talk about it and he said yes and I said because you have a negative smack in the middle of it and then you've got the word that you don't want to do so you're still listening to smoke it is and not so right there are questions you know to raise objections gonna go to slaughter one cigarette one etcetera versus something any listening here well wait a minute what could it be and I said what's this how about my intention is to make choices that honor my body judge in the positive they're not injure it doesn't say what he doesn't watch it it says when he walks a few weeks ago Kim we did an intention experiment with Dylan McTaggart she was on the air with us to try to low down and slow down the coronavirus and I think it's working I I I I think it's working because we did it as a worldwide but she wanted it to slowdown specifically in this country and the New York City at the time which was out of control in the end I think things are slowing down no one might say well it was going to happen anyway but you know I think intention I think intention works we have tried intention experiments trying to move or slowdown hurricanes and that seems to have worked the one thing I have found out about this though is you need to be very specific in the intention because here's an example if you say I don't want the hurricane to hit Florida you might move it in if the smashes into Cuba or something correct so you got to be very careful it is do you find that to be the case so much so and I'm so happy you brought that up and yes when we are not specific we have to be specific and then again let go in the house so we have to be specific in what it is we're wishing for SSA that hurricane situation is just one example for if it was our intention was to you know make sure hold on let me just think for a second judge absolutely great thank you for all those in the path and sure Lisa energetic field without hurting it's causing harm you know like something to do with our intention is to let go and to share the vibration I didn't hurricanes with out of harm's way so that we're not directing what we wanted to move from there to there but we're directing that we want it gone so exactly what you're saying was meant to do with the corona virus you wanted your intention was to have healing presence correct yep so they weren't going to be what is your impression so the clarity comes from yes this is where we're aiming for divine help in homeless right here for New York to actually be listed in health and wholeness and all individuals who have what they need we were I love that you're doing that with her on your show we were doing that at exactly the same thing clear intentions for United this virus is absolutely calm down and out of it is gone indeed there's individuals that are stealing and everyone has all needs next can the one to be as strong as the many that would be like what one person with intention versus what say a million people thinking of the same thing I mean it's always you know it's the beauty power and that message is always a beautiful thing and I never negate the power of one either so to me it's both it's absolutely but I don't want anyone to ever not do it thinking oh I need the masses one person can ship the masses because one person's intention if it's pure and loves still like what you're talking about union we're doing there then of course the masses are going to jump on board which is so beautiful so the masses intention is our yes in Nashville so much power in one powerful intentions can you teach somebody intention yes all the time every day how do you start but how do you get somebody into that so I first we are usually have people are already back on the practice of really being present and what they're grateful for where their attention is to start checking their their responses versus reaction so they're starting to gain tools I really had to become conscious of what they're purchasing hating in daily and when they when someone can observe themselves and being conscious of what they're participating in they can begin to see where they're creating things that maybe they don't watch and when I say well how bout now let's look at the power of intention because you can see where you're crazy things you don't want that aim for what you do watch out X. teach them how to you know who can stand intentions were out of expectation and when people start to realize that like whoa the fastest way to stay out of expectation and disappointment is to set bold intentions everyday and then when I walk them through this three step process that they're always in the positives which we've already discussed there always in the present moment it's happening now the universe respond in this moment our powers in the presence and then as we discussed that there are specific the quality of what their desires and lacking time battles check people out for a minute and so I give them lacking examples as we are tonight my intention is to call forth divine health grades simple example how long does it take to get somebody into that intentional group not long when I give them those three levels to remember in their writing and then I asked them like usually right when together and then they use actors staged a comeback in the next week they start using that intention they really start to see a different and then what happens with that the part that takes the length of time if I'm looking at this time in the situation George is to give first someone should do it everywhere and I like someone watch my card so get it quickly and they're gonna go undernourished in my relationship with my husband or my wife I four have that conversation you had a totally different conversation this is working like I said the intention to connect to be heard to speak highly and we had a brilliant conversation but then they'll forget they could do it business you know they can walk into their corporate office and say what's my intention before they walk in there so what I found people will get to stretch is when they see that I can do this everywhere before I walk into a meeting as I wake up out of bed I'll choke certain clients like if you have meetings on the phone and they have a lot of energy charm when the call comes through just on the first dial taker Bracton state your intention even before you pick up the phone because they can alter that next conversation on the phone and when an individual start to see that wow this is a curry university responding supporting me where my intention is ancient things are shifting man it's just the practice and doing it everywhere it takes an awareness to you know put into place right my children never got out of the car George Tudos calls from R. nine the last thing I ever said to them what what your intentions we planted the seed every day we can.

George Laurie Terranova Kim
"george wright" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:29 min | 10 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Kim stand where Terranova next hour here as we talk about intention do we know our intention originates Kim does it come from the brain or is it outside of the brain in the in the conscious world for example of the sub conscious world your question George thank you I have been around for thousands of years named all sorts of things when we activate them from our consciousness so where are we believe it's the best intentions are coming from right in the middle between our brain and our hearts because then they're keeping us in balance and then more in our spiritual technology of knowing where to fight just dance between my brain and my heart and my heart is going to be fueling the emotions and the feelings on that intention but my brain is going to be bringing you the blessings of clarity and keeping it based in qualities in moving forward so when we dance right in the middle they were living in balance and I feel like in this world that we should be out of balance it's part of it is the most important reason to live the life of intention is it's the fastest key to come back to in this practice I can stand down because I can activate them through every detail of my life there's no place that they could not be they could be everywhere it seems like Jesus practiced this a lot all right I would agree with that and I don't know there was called intention but I would absolutely agree with that there is a propelling energy forward Jesus practiced everything usually is I really enjoy teaching us the ability to importance of really being steeped in spiritual practice and when his intention to shield was Ames then it was the filled with an intention to to calm the storms with and then it was first sold so absolutely why this is been around for for all of our beyond your life so many lifetimes and that is a technology that when people say well wait a minute can I just knew if I know we've had access to this forever it's we now can choose to really activate it choice by choice conscious moment so that we are living a life that is everything we desire because we're doing it intentionally not just by default is there a higher power Kim involved in some of this I believe so absolutely because we're co creating and when all member George Wright said that Mexico part archery yeah thank you to assist that's where we're saying you know sure my aim I look at like a barn era when the the boat is the hires source consciousness god spirit whatever one calls it for themselves but that presence and power the error is our intention and when we get clear on our intention we could point the Erro and say my intention is to call forth divine help at home my intention is to double my income and my business whatever it is when we point enlightened go are let go is the place where we are knowing okay are hard part is taking that intention and for stealing it and we are we don't just sit and wait because that's not actively participating we're participating with inspired action because then the guidance cons work could be won't go here or do this but we must that's our spiritual technology really gets amplified because when listening to the divine guidance the most high to take us in the direction to the still that intention it's you know often someone I was actually done then I find it interesting that in the year you know I finished a book in the years that the fire king and I the way I he said that was my intention was set before that fire my intention was set this is going to get out into the world so when I let go I could not imagine how it would be done when I am in the midst of not having a place to live no clothes having to figure out where we're going and somehow that intention was already in motion I couldn't figure that out myself very near that intentions emotion we're gonna make sure that it is absolutely fulfilled in one of the hardest times in my life can we talk about how negativity is not part of intention but what about positivity it is very much one of the steps of intention created when we write clear intentions they they are stated in the positive and the parents were our extension is more energy flows if R. he stated in the negative worldwide languages so beautifully important then we're still creating but was creating what we don't want you so in the positive I have to give you this example because it's right on a plane to this I had a client come to me and he was he worked with me for some time and treatment center he was newly sober doing great and his next step was to want to stop smoking and he walked into my office and this is really so proud of me I'm writing my intentions now like you back you too and I go well yeah what is it my intention is to not smoke anymore and I I took the rack George is I sure didn't want his state I was very gentle because my brother gave me face to face can we talk about engine Terminix and I'm so happy you're writing one entry we talk about it and he said yes and I said because you have a negative smack in the middle of it and then you've got the word that you don't want to do so you're still listening to smoke it is and not so right there are questions you know to raise objections gonna get you slapped on the figure of the one is that correct version is to any listening here well wait a minute then what could it be and I said how about this how about my intention is to make choices that honor my body judge in the positive they're not injure it doesn't say what he doesn't watch it next it says when he walks two weeks ago Kim we did an intention experiment with Dylan McTaggart she was on the air with us to try to low down and slow down the corona virus and I think it's working I I I I think it's working because we did it as a worldwide but she wanted it to slow down specifically in this country and in New York City at the time which was out of control in the end I think things are slowing down no one might say well it was going to happen anyway but you know I think intention I think intention works we have tried intention experiments trying to move or slowdown hurricanes and that seems to have worked the one thing I have found out about this though is you need to be very specific in the intention because here's an example if you say I don't want the hurricane to hit Florida you might move it in if the smashes into Cuba or something correct so you got to be very careful it is do you find that to be the case so much so and I'm so happy you brought that up and yes when we are not specific we have to be specific and then again let go in the house so we have to be specific in what it is we're wishing for SSA that hurricane situation it is gaining temple for if it was our intention was to you know make sure hold on let me just think for a second judge absolutely great thank you for all those in the past and through Lisa energetic shield without hurting it's causing harm you know like something to do with our intention is to let go and to share the vibration I didn't hurricanes with out of harm's way so they were not directing what we wanted to move from there to there but we're directing that we want it gone so exactly what you're saying was meant to do with the corona virus you want to use your intention was to have ceiling heights correct yeah so it didn't they weren't going to be what is your impression so the clarity comes from yes this is where we're aiming for divine help in homeless right here for for New York to actually be listed in health and wholeness and all individuals who have what they need we were I love that you're doing that with her on your show we were doing that at exactly the same thing clear intentions for United this virus is absolutely calm down and out of it is gone indeed there's individuals that are stealing and everyone has on the next can the one to be as strong as the many that would be like what one person with intention versus what say a million people thinking of the same thing I mean it's always you know it's the beauty power and that message is always a beautiful thing and I never negate the power of one either so to me it's both it's absolutely but I don't want anyone to ever not do it thinking oh I need the masses one person can shift the masses because one person's intention if it's pure and loves built like what you're talking about young men were doing there then of course the masses are going to jump on board which is so beautiful so the masses intention is critical power yes and there still so much power in one powerful intentions can you teach somebody intention yes all the time every day so how do you start and how do you get somebody into that so I first are usually have people are already back on the practice of really being present and what they're grateful for where their attention is to start checking their their responses person's reaction so they're starting to gain tools I really had to become conscious of what they're precipitating in daily and when they when someone can observe themselves and being conscious of what they're participating in they can begin to see where they're creating things that maybe they don't watch and when I say well how bout now let's look at the power of intention because you can see where you're creating she don't want let's aim for what you do watch and about X. teach them how to you know who gets their intentions were out of expectation and when people start to realize that like whoa the fastest way to stay out of expectation and disappointment is to set bold intentions every day and then when I walk them through this three step process that they're always in the positive which we've already discussed there always in the present moment it's happening now the universe respond in this moment our powers in the present and then as we discussed that there are specific quality of what their desires and lots of times that'll check people out for a minute and so I give them lacking examples as we are tonight my intention is to call for the divine health grades simple example how long does it take so long to get somebody into that intentional group not long when I give them those three levels to remember in their writing and.

Kim Terranova George
"george wright" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:43 min | 10 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back George Laurie with you we'll take calls with Kim stand where Terranova next hour here as we talk about intention do we know our intention originates Kim does it come from the brain or is it outside of the brain in the in the conscious world for example of the sub conscious world the whole question George thank you I have been around for thousands of years named all sorts of things when we activate them from our consciousness so where are we believe it's the best intentions are coming from right in the middle between our brain and our hearts because then they're keeping us in balance and more in our spiritual technology of knowing where to fight just dance between my brain and my heart and my heart is going to be feeling the emotions and the feelings on that intention but my brain is going to be bringing in the blessings of clarity and keeping it based inequalities in moving forward so when we dance right in the middle they were living in balance and I feel like in this world that we should be out of balance it's part of it is the most important reason to live a life of intention is it's the fastest he did come back to in this practice I can stand down because I can activate them to every detail of my life there's no place that they could not be they could be everywhere it seems like Jesus practiced this a lot all right I would agree with that and I don't know there was called intention but I would absolutely agree with that there is a propelling energy forward active everything is right morally and cheating as the ability to importance of really being virtual practice and when his intention to shield with Ames then it was the filled with an intention to to calm the storms and then it was first filled so absolutely why this isn't around for for all of our beyond lies so many lifetimes and that is the technology that when people say well wait a minute can I just knew if I know we've had access to this forever it's we now can choose to really activate it choice by choice conscious moment here that we are living a life that is everything we desire because we're doing it intentionally not just by default is there a higher power Kim involved in some of this I believe so absolutely because we're co creating and when all member George Wright said that Mexico part our strategy yeah that should to assist that's where we're saying you know shared my aim I look at like a barn era when the the borough is the highest source consciousness god spirit whatever one calls it for themselves but that presence and power is our intention and when we get clear on our intention we could point the Erro and say my intention is to call forth divine help at home my intention is to double my income and my business whatever it is when we point enlightened go are let go is the place where we are knowing okay are hard part is taking that intention and for stealing it and we are we don't just sit and wait because that's not actively participating we're participating with inspired action because then the guidance Kong work could be won't go here or do this but we must that's our spiritual technology really gets amplified his were listening well the divine guidance the most high to take us in the direction to the still that intention it's you know often someone I was actually done they might find it interesting that in the year you know I finished a book in the years that the fire can and I the way I he said that was my intention was set before that fire my intention was set this is going to get out into the world so when I let go I could not imagine how it would be done when I am in the midst of not having a place to live no clothes having to figure out where we're going and somehow that intention was already in motion I couldn't figure that out myself near the entrance into motion we're gonna make sure that it is absolutely fulfilled in one of the hardest times in my life can we talk about how negativity is not part of intention but what about positivity it is very much one of the steps of intention created when we write clear intention they they are stated in the positive because the were our extension is more energy flows if R. he stated in the negative worldwide languages so beautiful in part and then we're still creating that was creating what we don't want you so in the positive I have to give you this example because it's right on a plane to this I had a client come to me and he was he worked with me for some time and treatment center he was newly sober doing great and his next step lets you want to stop smoking and he walked into my office and this is really so proud of me I'm writing my intentions now like you back you too and I go well yeah what is it my intention is to not smoke anymore and I I took a rack George is I sure didn't want his state I was very gentle because my brother gave me face to face can we talk about letting children Terminix and I'm so happy you're writing one and two we talked about it and he said yes and I said because you have a negative smack in the middle of it and then you've got the word that you don't want to do still listening to smoke it is and not so right there what should you know to raise objections gonna rescue slugger one cigarette one hitter emergency jump to any listening here well wait a minute what could it be and I said hello how about my intention is to make choices that honor my body judge in the positive they're not injure it doesn't say what he doesn't watch it it says when he walked two weeks ago Kim we did an intention experiment with Dylan McTaggart she was on the air with us to try and low down and slow down the corona virus and I think it's working I I I I think it's working because we did it as a worldwide but she wanted it to slow down specifically in this country and in New York City at the time which was out of control in the end I think things are slowing down no one might say well it was going to happen anyway but you know I think intention I think intention works we have tried intention experiments trying to move or slowdown hurricanes and that seems to have worked the one thing I have found out about this though is you need to be very specific in the intention because here's an example if you say I don't want the hurricane to hit Florida you might move it in if the smashes into Cuba or something correct so you got to be very careful it is do you find that to be the case so much so and I'm so happy you brought that up and yes when we are not specific we have to be specific and then again let go in the house so we have to be specific in what it is well wishing for SSA that hurricane situation it is gaining temple for if it was our intention was to you know make sure hold on let me just think for a second judge absolutely great thank you for all those in the path entry Lisa energetic shield without hurting it's causing harm you know like something to do with our intention is to let go and just ship the vibration I didn't hurricane put out of harm's way so that we're not directing what we wanted to move from there to there but we're directing that we want it gone so exactly what you're saying was meant to do with a client of ours we wanted we would your intention was to have ceiling heights correct yeah so it didn't they weren't going but we want healing presence so the clarity comes from yes this is where we're aiming for divine help in homeless right here for New York to absolutely be listed in health and wholeness and all individuals who have what they need we were I love that you're doing that with her on your show we were doing that at exactly the same thing clear intentions for you know that this virus is absolutely calm down and out of it is gone and then there's individuals that are sharing in everyone has all needs match can the one to be as strong as the many that would be like what one person with intention versus what say a million people thinking of the same thing I mean it's always you know it's the beauty power and that massive issue is always a beautiful thing and I never negate the power of one either so to me it's both it's absolutely but I don't want anyone to ever not do it thinking oh I need the masses one person can shift the masses because one person's intention if it's pure and loves built like what you're talking about union we're doing there then of course the masses are going to jump on board which is so beautiful so the massive intentional our yes and they're still so much power in one powerful intentions can you teach somebody intention yes all the time every day job you start but how do you get somebody into that so I first we are usually have people are already back on the track instead of really being present and what they're grateful for where their attention is to start checking their their responses person's reaction so they're starting to gain tool I really had to become conscious of what they're protesting painting in daily and when they when someone can observe themselves and being conscious of what they're participating in they can begin to see where they're creating things that maybe they don't watch and when I say well how bout now let's look at the power of intention because you can see where you're crazy things you don't want that aim for what you do watch out X. teach them how that you know we can stand in tension we're out of expectation and when people start to realize that like whoa the fastest way to stay out of expectation and disappointment is to set bold intentions every day and then when I walk them through this three step process that they're always in the positive which we've already discussed there always in the present moment it's happening now the universe respond in this moment our powers in the present sh and then as we discussed that there are specific quality of what their desires and lacking time battled check people out for a minute and so I give them lacking in samples as we are tonight my intention is to call for divine help wait a simple example how long does it take so long to get somebody into that intentional group not long when I give them those three levels to remember in their writing and then I ask them like usually right when together and then they use that for state they come back to see me next week they start using that intention we start to see a different and then what.

George Laurie Terranova Kim
"george wright" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"george wright" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just help slow the spread of the virus stays home as much as possible only go out for essential items washing hands with soap and warm water throughout the day cover your face when you're outside give people a six foot buffer a distance between you and the people around you avoid crowds of any type any kinds and social gatherings yesterday we had seven sons charge broadcasting this information in several different languages throughout the city of Boston we got positive feedback from communities that made a difference but we still know not everyone is getting the message yesterday we had issues at the divine golf course in in in Franklin park in the George Wright golf course in Hyde Park groups of people playing golf even though the the course of the close in one case the Boston police department had to come in tell them to leave they shouldn't have happened they shouldn't need to be you should not be need to be told but we won't hesitate to simply start does it deliver the message if necessary deliver citations we also have people yesterday playing soccer three people doing walking by socializing while you're walking we have people out a lot of people out there because the good weather we we need to stop the spread of the virus and by doing this is not by gathering in social gatherings of socializing it's by staying at home self isolation physical doesn't sing updates on the Boston hope Medical Center at the BCC as of.

Boston Franklin park Boston police department soccer Boston hope Medical Center George Wright Hyde Park
"george wright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"george wright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Megabits per second internet with no contract added phone taxes or fees for just sixty four ninety eight a month make the right call and switch today I'm Greg rice with the supplyhouse dot com fan highway patrol the Mets play their spring training game earlier today if you care about things such as wins and losses they won they beat the cardinals forty one the Yankees are actually playing a night game tonight six thirty five first pitch down in Tampa J. happens look good so far in spring training is gonna start against half of the Philadelphia Phillies the other half of the Philadelphia Phillies already play spring training games it's March fourth I'm already at the point of island start the regular season but I do want to share a tweet that I thought was very funny it's a tweet and Donnell it's tough for me got a name of Richard staff who writes stuff Amazin Avenue about the Mets this tweet has garnered a lot of retweets because it's very funny and true and he writes if Mike Bloomberg one of the double billion dollars into a disappointing failure he should have just bought the mat right that's that's a good point very well said Richard we appreciate thank Mike is out right they do not Kerr is out yeah well that's but he say that I know I will I find that to right away so much is the cost when delegates in American Samoa American Samoa four hundred million one thing is for is one big thing with Mike Bloomberg it's you can't buy personality you can't buy charisma you can't buy that and just to quickly because we don't want to talk too much politics right it's very difficult to get the game late too that's a big problem yeah it's very difficult to get your first few state I remember we had mayor guiliani on years ago and I said no it's unfair not to give you political advice that whole idea of waiting until Florida not a great idea and he had a good sense of humor said you're right it's a good idea also if you go to debate have some plan going the plan at all just be aware that they're gonna ask you certain questions and you can't just stand there let him abuse you that is a fairly but if the mayor the former mayor is listening in the Mets are still for sale you will that's pretty good with Bloomberg Bynum date is in Toms River would have been an hour you yeah whatever right what's happening they are getting back to the the the problem with baseball elected the games and all that stuff I I think I got one solution that would be very helpful I don't know why you guys are allowed to come out to the mound if they spend X. amount of minutes in the bullpen warming up another one again I mean yes six seven pitches in a game sometime but he started to feel are you talking like the minute that's one way I think that would be very beneficial moving again along those two issues with that whole thing first of all you got to ask relievers say does it matter you know does it matter to you that maybe you want to warm up on the mound you're about to pitch on I'm sure a few relievers would probably say I need a couple of throws that's number one number two I'll say it again because it's just true and I know it's true so all repeated over and over again because it is so true that's not the problem with pace of play the problem with pace of play is do is do me a favor the homework project for one of the season starts in may April you board the VR game watch the seventh inning on and count the amount of time in between pitches and they get back to me and you'll know what the problem is you don't realize it as you're watching a game because you know maybe it's a big picture the big moment you're in your team winning do the math if thirty seconds between pitches a lot of times late in games Joe that's the problem that's solvent you beat up the game now you're not wrong rob Manfred I'll give you my cell phone if you want it George in Toms River New Jersey Shore town Hey John Allen I regard what's up to listen I'm assuming you know I you know I heard your podcast after the and that's game last night crazy crazy when you know obviously the team has had some struggles you know taking late you know until last night do you see the formulas have liver on the court and and dean will be on the bank showing that you think acting thing to do get a moving forward you know is the one time payment will be but here's the thing is Chris troubles is gonna play big minutes down the stretch and he played great last night so I don't need to knock him but he was one of the catalysts on the floor last night what I think Kenny did last night I love that I do appreciate it he wrote it the crew that was working Jared Allen and Joe Harris and Spencer Dinwiddie three starters three good players were not a part of the crew that was working no and so that's what it shows and TLC and liver and I'm trying to go else was out there and two hundred George Wright and Allen was in there a little bit too in there a little bit in and out a little so is it a fair question to wonder about the connection of liver and Dinwiddie short but I think last night was an example of it for the most part and it's to not play well last night we turn the ball over way too much early in the game Kenny did one of those pre court in the middle of the quarter interviews and he says and it's just ticked me off he said I don't know maybe the guys are nervous because they're on national TV stop it Darvish because there are not trying to be funny what wasn't funny I didn't laugh but for there's nothing more ridiculous than these in game after recording interviews with coaches it's a waste on me and we see this in football two in college football you see I mean I did have time they're they're a unit cornering wanted to cultures is walking off and why these guys are just could be you know more of an **** as I not an asset I mean it's just you know we see Popovich somebody's interviews try to be you know you you know try to be cute this it on being clients saying yeah yeah yeah I mean it is what what are they wasting their time doing what it's such a waste not to not getting anything from that I totally agree but I think in last night's case Kenny did a good job of saying this is the crew that's working I'm gonna stick with it and Hey they came back and actually pulled off his amazing even Belmar Dave our you Hey I don't know what's up Hey I'm a member ID number you're talking about not retire numbers maybe a Volvo reserves their number twenty Tommy Agee yeah you can't retire ageism because why not because the guy Cleon Jones would have to go before Tommy Agee he asked the very thankful yeah I don't think about it you can't use but it was an overall better better place Cleon I thank you judge and would have been a big one for the recently retired Ron Swoboda SW I mean he made a graduate I mean as soon as we we talked to was the game she retired the shop is the way to go get listen let's not go down the road of retiring every single man who did something Cleon Jones we have let's say you should retire resolved but clearly is way ahead of Tommy H. yeah let's go to Chris in Brooklyn Chris how are you hi Joe and Evan so yes I got I got three minutes of reading from you guys both for you what in the reverse twice but yeah it's okay you I love you joke back what are the what do you mean you got fifteen minutes of fame in reverse and honestly I'd I called twice and I didn't like how you a brazen because I'm a jets fan and it likely will play develop second I said something about point fingers and gotten rid me so good said even the call of he's Belichick is one a great coach of all time is not the greatest why would I want to know what she does and it went on we used the staff spent a soul but I got to respect the greatness of Bella check up you have to leave you wincing symbols are going to nine by cheating okay let's be real no problem to be yeah all right hopefully but I'll be watching the government hasn't played yet he hasn't played I thought he was ready for even though I still say why opening day he will be on the roster playing opening day I believe that that's what I think wow that thank you your name well it's still got three weeks to we play games right okay I mean I well I still think says there's gonna be given there's got to be a date though Joe in your mind where he's not playing spring training games you don't think he's gonna be ready for opening they will be asking I don't think I would say that yet I think we're about a week away from it it's coming as I've said this before pitchers concern me more than haters at this time of year I don't think it takes a position player that much to get ready for the start of the season but for pitch I got to work on a special starting pitcher we are now at March fourth if you know what is in the lineup by March eleventh and now again with two and a half we will concern I would start to believe he's not going to be ready for today's the fourth yeah it's two weeks three weeks tomorrow I was avoiding the I would start to be good yeah I really I I at this point I what I think you can be ready for opening day the Mets give no indication of that the only indication we have as well you know what this is inspired he's very spot that's great I'm inspired to do stuff I can't do M. as in Woodridge what do you want Z. about a compliment and a criticism if I may yeah compliment great show from port Saint Lucie last Friday thank you hello we appreciate you signing for great and when we were down there did you run into a friend or Jeff won't Pano actually for a moment we were in it when we got there we did the early polity interviews about ten o'clock in the morning they brought us Jeff big delivers felines all we were I think next to the neck locker room or wherever you are and you have like a conference room there as we did the shows from and I'm kind of looking around I see will like by five or six of these people coming out they all look like CEOs of companies they're walking out in a locker room and who's in the middle of them Fred we'll talk but I'd say a lot of mind even noticed us you know so he just kind of what that's the only time I saw any will potter offered at five seconds that was it yeah I hear they won't spend money on players they won't sell the won't ponds and I have been Busch that fail to call when by he kept talking about Collins beautiful I thought yeah it's my fault I want you to criticism allies appears certain princesses old chair because I think that much five years ago when the power first of all I do is in the studio who's that sitting in my chair but jokes aside you are sitting yes we're not used to said yes Hey Joe I hope that you never find yourself in a foxhole with that in because he jumped ship on his next to last night and you Twitter did you tweet tweet something there to get his legs would you tell me that means they gave up I said a quote but they showed heart only goes so far that's what I tweeted did I say they lost did I shut the game I'm surprised at you in the middle of the game would actually do it due to what city then why would you even from now but did you do this inability because that's always in the game yeah with the children but they showed hormone leader I mean it kind of sounds like you say okay well they showed you something but yeah I don't know I hate to say that there is what does that mean you're giving up there I thought they were gonna lose yeah well I thought so too but but but but but I'm very surprised knowing you as I do.

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"george wright" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"george wright" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I always love that particular yeah she was the one to visit all of the season coming up you know curb your enthusiasm back on again kind of a sabbatical break but a little done with every day that's right you know the funny thing about that I'm going on to Tennessee but we'll get back to this distributed through Z. as them wary David they they always make fun of the fact that he on Seinfeld we wrote Seinfeld he designed the character George after his life there are a few of those yes I'm all the people on there make fun of George and where gets mad about it yeah because because he hadn't told anybody's hold on on the computers and that he basically designed George after he gets all mad when people start talking to joke about George Wright is fighting me up now the sign feels a long running show the the financials been longing running longer than that for sure and so in nineteen seventy eight is when the four oh one K. really got its start the birthdate and the the way the tax code was assigned Ted Benna who's a financial planner analyze the tax code I guess he had nothing else to do that tasty he's one of these guys these just eat as geeks out on that so and in nineteen eighty really officially became known it was tested and when and actually see it survived a test from the IRS right and so the four one K. it's been around for forty years now please and what's a party for yeah it was amazing to me is when he discovered that it was never intended to take over right retirement planning it was simply he thought it and rightly so that it was just going to complement the pensions that were out there but big business said Hey wait a minute we got out you know I had on my show years ago it was probably the worst thing I ever did the best thing I ever did the same time because like you're saying companies decided Hey we don't have to put money aside for pensions will pass the burden over to the employee and it's taken a life of its own sense that by surrounding pensions out there at all not at all one government is government have it yeah but but a lot of those even take money in your paycheck to fund it back in the day the real pension you work for the company for twenty thirty forty years and then you retire and they would keep giving your paycheck was otherwise known as offensive to the tracking to the pace inflation the old pensions some do some don't all hello design but hopefully someone did because of not the dollar from back then is nowhere near the dollar today is exactly right so Steve that that was a brief history the four one K. week we go in a little more detail inside the outbox at ninety V. D. but it's the best of times and worst of times I see a lot of folks would balances in for one case over a million dollars but it's a lump sum there's no lifetime income component there so it what good is it to have a million dollar sitting near if you don't know how much you can take out without running out of money before your password thrive so we need to make sure we have a plan that gives this perpetual income no matter how long we live no matter how longer spells lives and if we do if we die too soon want to make sure that money doesn't disappear and go to somebody else would have to go to somebody in our family who are churches there are charities whoever you decide and that's called the beneficiary designation so when you sign up for your four one K. or any kind of account out there these days you use you will put down who you want to get the money there's a call beneficiaries the biggest problem with beneficiary designations as lot of people forget to update him specially if you've been divorced so what good is that they have your older spells is beneficial if you pass away all the medical field well the new spell thing to make you happy fortunately we see that happen and open court cases about this too because like the current spouse would sue the former spell how yeah but I haven't seen one where they did not rule in favor the one who was on.

"george wright" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"george wright" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Ireland will be there. And then we'll be there show coming out. We'll be there from six AM till seven pm. So it'll be good time. I promise. So. And again, you guys have always done just an awesome job of just attending all the station events, regardless of the show. Whether it's this show or Mason in Ireland or the morning show. So we always appreciate you guys showing up and showing out the way you do. So hopefully that'll be the case again tomorrow. So here's our poll, Andy, and you can vote at Sadako ESPN of these options. What is the best single person job bartender club promoter DJ or beach lifeguard bringing up the rear right now club promoter at thirteen percent. Followed by beach lifeguard at eighteen percent. And now it's neck and neck between DJ and bartender. DJ? Thirty two percent bartender thirty six percents so feel free to vote at Sodano ESPN again that bartend in life at least for a while. It's pretty fun. Yeah. Now, let me ask you this. Have you ever really been someone who coveted chasing a foul ball at a baseball game? No, I I've never personally wanted one that badly. But that's just me. I there are a lot of people on it, isn't my thing either. Like, if it's coming my way, like, obviously, I'll try to catch it, you know, because I don't want it to break my face. But that's pretty much the deal. I'm not running it down for someone going on. There are people that actually pick their seats based on what they think is really gesture of get either getting a home run hit tumor foul balls. Like, yeah, I've read about that before like people who sort of look at the science of this and try to figure out where their best place is to be to get one of those balls. Okay. Interestingly enough now you saw what happened to the dude at the. Giant yesterday. Yes. So to foul balls went his way. I mean, it was pretty insane. Because he was in the outfield right or in that general region like not close to the field. And the first time he dropped what his French fries. Yes. Yeah. Now, then this rise, right? Was nachos. But I believe there might have been some fries too. I don't know. I saw the video. But I don't remember. There was a lot of stuff falling. But he caught that one. And then the second time around he had to pizza in his hand and the pizza fell. Now, this is where I felt terrible because I've been this person before where some clumsy ass spill stuff on you. So he spilled his pizza on this poor lady who allegedly was wearing white pants or something. So that and she was a good sport. But man, like, I how do you? Just got one already man. You know, what I'm saying like like, let someone and you almost fell and hurt himself on his first foul balls. The gateway drug George Wright born to once you get one you start you start getting a taste of what that foul ball. Is you want more more and more and more? When you said, by the way, George that you've been in that position before were you the spill or the spill, no this I've been spilled on like, I'll give you an example. So I did game one of the raptors who live in the first round Orlando, right where DJ Augustine hit a game winner. Right. And in that game. I want to say, right..

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"george wright" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"george wright" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Four four four eighty four eighty four again, some outreach to those of you who might have had youngsters in the woods for the. Special youth season in Kentucky, which of course, was this weekend. Talked to several folks that were looking to put the use in position to harvest bird. But would love to hear on the program tonight from those of you who had kids at and can tell us their story. It's always a pleasure to talk to the youngsters all their way above average or something about children that hut that seems to develop good manners. And they're very capable of good thought. Call in earlier this evening that was a great case in point. Squirrels deer. Before he took his first Turkey this weekend. He said it was really top notch. Situation for him. He really really enjoyed it and considered a real trophy, which of course, a while Turkey, really and truly is so. We've been talking to good bit. It had several calls. Seasoning about. Lack of Turkey's in certain areas. And this is a big concern for all of us. They are in somewhat of the decline across. Regions one of the reasons for that. In our Turkey Belgium, who called the grandfather of the flock, George Wright taught me back when we were travelled out of stocking Easter is that Turkey's go through a real boom cycle was introduced to dairies. They. Go through very aggressive and progressive breeding pattern. They produce lots of eggs, the generally enjoy very good nesting success because predators. To recent caller's point haven't really learned to prey upon them yet. They don't understand them during that period is a readily available food source, but as Turkey's became plentiful as generation after generation of of young raccoons from their parents that there's a out there with clutches vague. They're gonna prey upon them. Other predators like coyotes. Learn to go to birds that call on the ground, especially gablers tend to be very vulnerable to because they can sneak it up when the bird goes into strut and terms its tail to they rush in statue before even knows what happened to make better is worse. Now, we have lots about cats. Bob cats, even better than that at that than coyotes because there's no critter to woods that can sneak better than about cat. They are unbelievable. Level predator that understands very well. What Turkey is are. They take him off the roost at night as well. Several cajun's. I've seen feathers at the bottom of of Rouge sites where it's pretty obvious. It was a Bob cat because Bob Catalina Turkey better won't eat bones. And all the way Coyote or other critters do great horned owls believe it or not. Preowned turkeys to extent, but their predation is pretty easily recognized because generally the neck down into the breasts. They don't eat the whole bird. Now. There are cases where perhaps it kills them. Or a Bob cat kills them. But kits. Tara's will bury the remains come back and feed them on it. If a account comes across it. You bet he's going to clean the rest of it up. So some cases is not is easy. You might think that if I what happened, but the telltale things that I'm describing the way to kind of dentist in most cases. Let's go to columnist from Saint Matthews. Yes. You're up. Good evening. Quick question for you. I had a made an inquiry with a couple of hundred recently about recent occurrences in our local news of small animals and even nut so small animals Llamas being discovered that had been attacked and killed. And I asked him the question posited. The uh. Theory that this could be coyotes, and they told they both told me independently. They didn't think so because they said that Coyote habits are that while they will kill something. They don't kill more than they will want to consume. That's correct. If not that would go on some type of killing spree if it was a group of Kyle, which is not uncommon. But in the case of the Llamas. The fact that they weren't prayed opponent eaten number one number two. There appeared to be several animals involved. I agree with the assessment that your friends made because Coutts kill the domestic dogs are feral dogs will kill in a frenzy if there's that type of opportunity in there in that frame of mind if you will so. It's an interesting your signal's fading out a little bit here. I was doing much better with the radio. And I'm I'm I'm getting a little St. signal from your right now. But I got most of what your response was okay. In the case of small animals being killed Kyle coyotes very adept at that eat anything for my house cat to a small some poodle if they're having the find about about where they can prey upon them. Got lots of friends that have lost jobs and our cats to child. So that's not uncommon in areas where com or the couch are prevalent. I see very well. Thank you so much Eric appreciate the call. I'm gonna.

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"george wright" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"george wright" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But there are other stories in baseball right now, some of them pretty big and some of them pretty exciting. And it's tough to podcast about baseball right now because things are changing so dramatically every day that the last time we talked, it seemed like things were sorta sealed up. There were still racist, but looked like there were clear favorites. And then since the last time we talked things have tightened considerably to the point that people are talking about plausible for way ties and. Five-way ties. And by the time people here this episode, some of those scenarios will may be more plausible or others will be a lot less possible. So things are changing very much by the day here, but we are really going down to the wire in than west and central desert exciting races, and we're going to have meaningful baseball in the last weekend of the season. Look, you can talk about the pen races in the Plasco you want the Baltimore Orioles. Chris Davis of over his last ten games has gone one for thirty seven with twenty strikeouts Chris Davis. I thought there was a little point in the middle of the year where he was sort of coming out of it a little like he wasn't a wasn't a good. I think that's we're good. He has his his, his highest WC plus in a month. This year is eight, just bad, but I'm not at least in July and August. He was. He could be like the sort of the pools kind of play right, where you know he's a problem, but he's not just like, so out night dreadful that like you're the or is it you just kind of look back in. Members w plus his negative thirteen, Chris Davis as a season w. r. sue plus of forty five as a first baseman. He has a fan groups war of negative three point two, which ties him for the worst of all time with nineteen eighty-five George Wright WSB twenty eight. And I believe we've discussed before at least according to the worst single season war of all time for position players, nineteen, thirty, three, Jim Levy of the Browns net negative for Chris Davis, probably can't get there in a week, but given what he's done for the last ten games maybe he actually could. Yeah, there's so much at stake in this last week for stories that we have followed the all season long. The other Chris Davis write his run at a fourth consecutive season of bedding. Exactly to forty seven. That is also coming up to the wire. He is vetted to forty nine as we speak going into Wednesday's action. So that is still very much in play that he could extend that already unpreced. Streak. And of course, as we speak, Jacob degrom is going on right now. He is pitching against the Braves, and this will decide whether he ends the season with a higher war or a higher old school Winstone. So we are about to get some resolution there. It seems like is this is this is I think it probably will be right. I guess he could get into another game, but I dunno if he'd have another regularly scheduled start after this. I think this might be it and along those same lines, the Clayton Kershaw streak that we have discussed that I've written about that one. Unfortunately, it looks like has been snapped, Clayton Kershaw streak of lowering his career, your a with each successive season in the majors. He has remarkably managed to do that you're after year every year in his career up to this point. Even though in his rookie year, he had a four point two, six Yara which was not bad to begin with. And then he was just amazing for your after your after year, but still. Manage to do it this year. He is not going to do it. He theoretically had a chance to do it even heading into his most recent start, but he entered the season with a two point three, six career era. And right now has a two point five, three for the season which has raised his career era to two point three, eight, although I will salute him for making it that close because I did not think it would end up that close given how he was pitching at the start of the season. Yeah. So I guess we need new streaks, Chris Davis streak is interesting, but the likelihood is that that one's going to end, but just the fact that he's so close, I don't know what a weird thing become interested in..

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