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2 Pac-12 football games canceled as virus problems linger

ABC Perspective

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

2 Pac-12 football games canceled as virus problems linger

"It's not that much of a surprise, but here we are about halfway through the college football season games are getting called off left and right because of the pandemic. Ain't Higgins to The Wall Street Journal has been following this story all fall and joins us now laying there have been game's canceled before now. But this weekend's L s U Alabama matchup seems to be the most impactful one yet. Yes. Yes, And it's funny because this is a game where last year it was down to the gates of the century between number one Alice, you and number three Alabama and you know you look a little bit different this year. Alabama's number one and L s U is currently not Frank. But the issue is that you know, this is a major rivalry game that was going to be on prime time television and because of an outbreak it Ellis you. They currently don't have any scholarship, tight ends or long staffers available and they're down to just one scholarship quarterback and you know, to be fair to you, Jason leave. The quarterback that's available has played before, and he's great, but It's really hard to say the football game with just one quarterback, because if he goes down, you're kind of out of luck. And I think that this is emblematic of kind of just the trends that are going out of the country and that coronaviruses spiking and a lot of places and Trouble seeing that reflected on cultural bar rafters. Now the S E C was one of the first conference is to dive right back in there. They surprised by what's going on. Well there, commissioner. Great. Thank you said he is shaken but not deterred. And aside from sounding like a martini order, I think he's right in that the Way that the season was designed. They were supposed to be flexibility built in and that most of the schools are planning on playing 10 games over the course of about 12 or 13 weeks and with some flexibility on making up games and you know to this point Yes, you see, has been able to do that without too many disruptions. Previously, when Florida had a big outbreak. I think they moved around six games involving 17 to make sure that every team could put there. Gains in But the problem with L s U Alabama is that Was used already had to move one of its games because the Florida game got postponed. So that's now being played on December. 12 and Ellis You in theory has December 19th open as Saturday, but That's the same Saturday at the S E. C championship. And right now it's looking like Alabama might have a game that day. So in order for L s U and Alabama and meet its Probably gonna have to be some moving around of the schedule. And there's been some talk of playing next week and having ls use game against Arkansas. I believe be pushed around and being a couple games, and I think you know if you're really a puzzle master, there's a way to do it. But it would require moving several games at this point to get L s U and Alabama to play and if they don't play, this would be the first SEC came Steve. No

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Brandon Marshall on Browns chemistry now that Odell Beckham Jr is out for season due to ACL tear

First Things First

03:49 min | Last month

Brandon Marshall on Browns chemistry now that Odell Beckham Jr is out for season due to ACL tear

"Shifting toward top story this morning news that we did all fear Odell Beckham junior lost for the season with a torn, left ACL. Keep in mind this is the third significant injury in Dell's career. This one has him out the remainder of the season head coach, Kevin Stephens, address the injury, and where the five and to Cleveland browns go from here. And Adele the energy brings the practice energy. He brings the Games you can't you can't No one else can bring that type of juice but. It's it's our job to find the guys that that can go compete that we can go put them in sponsor they can succeed. And I think. We'll be able to do that. That's not easy. Don't WANNA have to And I'm very disappointed for Odell. But that's the nature of this beast at injuries are part of this game and doesn't mean that many of us have to like it, but we do have to deal with it. Brandon. Brandon. How do expectations change now for the browns with Oh bj gone for the rest of the year Yeah I mean. They really don't change much. They should actually be better. Now this is unfortunate. Odell is a great player. It's it's going to be hard to replace his talent. You're going to miss them in moments you're gonNA, miss his playmaking ability. You're GonNa Miss, those times one to one going to miss those times where he breaks three four tackles and he can possibly. Get you back in a game or possibly even win one or two ball games but this team will be better because I believe there's no chemistry and no continuity. Well, we actually we all know that there's no chemistry and continuity. When you're dominant number one wide receiver, you put so much pressure on the play caller. You put so much pressure on the quarterback I experienced this throughout my career and I had. To learn how to communicate with quarterback communicate with the play caller because if you get an play callers, did they get out of rhythm and that's not what you want. You want that play caller to feel good about what he's dowling up. You also want that quarterback to be free think freely when he's dropping back going through the offense going through progressions. If he has one on one, he has landry on this. On this side. Well, people are going to say, well, why don't you throw del well, maybe two quarterback wants to go to Landry. So for that reason I think, Baker, will be better. He has a Guy Higgins that he has great chemistry with going back to his rookie year landry is his guy I think Baker will be better. There's going to be a lot of pressure on him to really work his offense now but now we're going to see if he is the real deal. So. If, if Landry's is guy, he's not, he's not having a bad year but he's on his spectacular year and I've heard you say though a wide receivers best friend is the other wide receiver because it takes them defensive pressure off him. But so far he's got zero touchdowns. He's actually thrown for more touchdowns than he's caught. So why do you expect Jarvis to be better and not worse? Well. It's more so about the offense I'm looking at. Them. Having success as an often when you look at Landry's banged up, he has a broken rib. He's been dealing with that but it could be because they've been they had too much emphasis on other guy on Odell trying to figure out how to get him going. So when that trade deadline come up, they're not trading him they actually find a way to make it work. So there's so many different reasons but I want this play caller to feel free and get into a rhythm I. Want this quarterback to drop back and go to his guys this team. How they win is on the ground and play action, but they're going to need to win throwing a ball like they did this past week sometimes in the national football league.

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Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34

Give It Some Thought with Dr Harold Bennett

02:09 min | Last month

Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34

"Pick and Joe Borough. You know what the rookie for the Bangles has been marvelous this year. Burrow with a long count stops the right foot. He Higgins goes in motion. That's actually Giovanni Bernard got her own throws for Bernard catching touchdown. Bangles a gutsy call, and the Bangles capitalized as they throw it on fourth and inches, and Burrow throws a touchdown pass to Giovanni Bernard Dan Horde. Dave Lapham, Cincinnati's ESPN 15 30 in the Bengals radio network. So 30 for 31, Cincinnati now This is a Cincinnati team, but his known fourth quarter leads this year, but when they've led after three quarters, they've been outscored in the fourth quarter 39 to 12 coming into this game, and this game featured five combined, go ahead touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Most in the fourth quarter in NFL history in the last one belong to Baker Mayfield, and here we go there, second down and 10 of the 24 yard line out. They come shotgun. Karim Hunt in the backfield to receivers

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Women's March in Washington, D.C.

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

03:03 min | Last month

Women's March in Washington, D.C.

"Are pretty routine in Washington, we're used to them. But today we have two women's marches at opposite ends of the mall. And opposite ends of the spectrum. Let's talk about these two marches. The first one is called the march for all Women. This is going to take place in the steps of the U. S. Supreme Court later on today, and the same is it I'm with her, but the her in this case, Rick is not Hillary Clinton. You recall that you used that phrase in her 2016 campaign. The herd this time is Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as she's waiting out her nomination there to the highest court in the land. This has been organized by the conservative Independent Women's warm and some of the folks that are going to be along. You may notice. No, they are Fox News contributors. Sarah Carter. Teaparty Patriots cofounded Jenny Beth Martin and Jessica Anderson, She's executive director ofthe Heritage Action. That's the activists arm of the Heritage Foundation. Also, Heather Higgins, she's the CEO of the independent woman's voice. And also Tammy Blue. She may know her. She's a columnist. Actually, her work appears in The Washington Times. She's also talk radio host, she says. We should be able to all stand up and say that this accomplished Impressive woman at his Amy Cockney. Barrett deserves to be treated with respect that's coming from Tammy Bruce, she said. Yet the so called women's movement is standing by, while the mainstream media Questions. If Miss Barrett can be a Supreme Court justice and a good mother, in addition to vilifying her for her background and her faith, and that's Tammy Bruce talking, but At the opposite end of the mall. At the exact same time, there's going to be a another women's march. You recall the women's march of years ago where they do a million progressive ladies. Down on the mall that was in 2018. They're also planning an afternoon rally and march down the hall in that area. It's called the count on US events, and they're going to start at Freedom Plaza, not far from the White House and force trumps hotel down there, and after they get down down to the mall, they're going to have a mask. Texting effort about their cause. They expect to send out five million checks, and they also have 400 other marchers that are taking place in 50 other states. That's what they have to say. We need a huge and powerful mobilization to help energize the nation inspire millions to turn out to vote and to cap off Trump's presidency just the way it started with massive women led resistance. You got it. Two marches down there. One conservative one. Definitely progressive feminist. If you're curious about the conservative 1 march for all women simply go to march for all women dot com. If you're curious about the other is women's march dot com So That's what's going on downtown today.

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8th man arrested in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor

WBBM Evening News

00:36 sec | Last month

8th man arrested in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor

"Charged in the alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's governor. Ryan Higgins, a 51 year old from Wisconsin Dells. Wisconsin is the eighth person charged in Michigan in a foiled plot to storm Michigan State capital building and kidnap officials, including Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan State police affidavit says Higgins assisted members of an extremist paramilitary organization called Wolverine Watchman who surveilled Wimmer's vacation home in northern Michigan. Document says Higgins provided night vision goggles for the mission. Seven men were charged in state court last week in connection with the plot. Six others face federal charges I might grow. A new

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Bengals rookie, Tee Higgins, getting more comfortable in offense

Lance McAlister

07:26 min | Last month

Bengals rookie, Tee Higgins, getting more comfortable in offense

"Lance McAllister. He is Dave Lapham. It's welcome in a special guest. He's the Bengals rookie wide receiver for catches on Sunday. 16 catches on the season. We welcome in tea, Higgins t. How are you? I'm good. You're doing good. He had a 26 yard or yesterday. That was the longest play from scrimmage for the Bengals against that Baltimore Ravens defense If you played against a defense on any level that was more aggressive than what the Ravens took us a posturing yesterday in that football game. Um, I mean, I've been in the league knows. You know me plan against other sue in the national championship there, David, Mrs. Really aggressive. So that's the first time I've seen that since that game. See, I mentioned 16 catches. Now It's 16 times you've hooked up with Joe talk to us about the the comfort level in the chemistry you feel it's developing between you and Joe, Ah, utility and better and better each week. No, you listen to me more and more now, so just go out there and practice catching those, You know balls that he's given me, you know. With this behind me, or in front of me. He knows over the shoulder, so they're out there making those plays. Giving him confidence in me is, you know good so It seems like on a week by week basis you're learning and the one thing you talked about early, and teammates had mentioned it to you don't flash. Don't show your hands earlier. These defensive backs the guys at this level, You know, just kind of feed off of that. That type of thing. What other things have you learned little nuances that you've already applied in the early stages of your NFL career? Yeah. I can't do too much dancing at the London coach when you were going to get Stevie, you know, you gotta get point from point A to point B. And you know a lot of guys. Honestly, they're they're really good for defeat, and they're going to read you. So you just You can't can't do too much Daphne Blonde scrimmage. 85 games into your NFL career, Is it what? You thought it was the game? What you thought it be from a speed and everything you have heard? How was it played out for you? Yeah, that will be a new is gonna be a lot faster, if not more physical, You know that. It has been exactly that. Nah, just really well, and you know, really Now so plated Ellis you like you said, Death Valley. I've been to Death Valley Broadcasting games for that environment. There's nothing like in a night game of Death Valley. You haven't lived until you've experienced something like that. And then in the SEC, all the visiting stadiums that you go to, of all the crowd noise mirroring what's it been like? Plant in the National Football League with covert, You know 19 in the year 2020. That's been so different for everybody. What's that been like a Zen experience. Yeah. You know, having a no fan and stuff like that been really, You know really strange And we're you know, you know, I've been playing football on my whole life. Always have fans, and so is it really just feels like a scream? It's you got. Ah, Brain Accutane. Gotta bring no energy, So I mean, that's what we try to do. You make a play to bring all energy I'm getting so tight, you know, came allowing the crowd when there's no fans in the stadium, so That's really how we go about it. T fans get to see you play on the field, but I don't think they have an appreciation for everything that goes with it in terms of following the protocols in the testing, and that's got away. I would think that's gonna be on your mind. And yet you have toe push it aside to play football. What's it like dealing with everything else beyond just playing the game right now? Yeah. You know, you got to get tested everything the day at a certain time. And, you know, get our math everywhere. So I mean, It's been really, you know, really weird, But everyone's going to just too and you know, just following protocol just so we could go out there and play the game that we both. Yeah, it's an interesting year instead of going on the road and facing these hostile crowds. Your face in a hostile enemy and covert 19, you know, and it's like you never know when it's going to crop up like it did in Tennessee, in Miami and other places, And I guess this This is the year where you have to go from a mental standpoint, be mentally strong and be ready to pivot on a just, I mean the team that pivots and adjust the best, you know, be at the Patriots with what they're going through the Titans and other teams. And teams that really don't get affected by covert. But after almost, you know, work to make sure you don't every single day of the season, the team that handles that type of business best this year. The teams are going to be okay. Right. Just like you know, you just gotta be careful with the alpha people, not people, not always. In the building every single day, you know, just really quarantine yourself for what? You know a few more weeks. The season go through and you know everybody be alright, so To your body's taken hits now for five weeks. How Just how In general, do you feel physically at this stage of the season? I feel really good, You know, just getting treatment. And, you know, getting massages every week, you know, just got to take care of your body. You know, you don't take care of your body. You won't be able to play under sentence on Sunday. So You were exposed to. Ah, tremendous leaders, coaches players at Clemson. I think you thought that Joe borrow fit that category. A za an outstanding leader as he lived up to everything that you thought. My understanding is after the game, he instead to the to the defense. You continue to play like that. We won't lose another game this year. I mean, that's that's what you're looking for. From your guy at quarterback in it. Oh, yeah. 100% You know you want to go out like that is going to take Take ownership of you know how we play it off. As you know, we gotta compliment our defense when they go out there and get stuff. You know, we gotta go out There is four points where they'd be a field, road or touch now. And him. Coming up in, you know, speaking on it in a zoo, the game is really big, and that's what you're going to. God has run the offense see one. Ah, when all hick has been breaking, lose either good or bad. What has he been? What's job in like in the huddle? What kind of influence in leader has he been? From that standpoint? Got encouraging. You know he's gonna pick it up for my job. Go get a false start. You know he's going to talk to you encouraging you have that play behind, you know, And you know, we have a good place He's gonna you know. Giggle and laugh about it. Sometimes in the dependable know what the situation is. You know the guy that is the guy that you really want, you know, in the huddle. See how much carry over from Clemson in in your routes. The actual routes themselves are there to the to this offense here with the Bangles and National Football League? I know them different terminology, all those kind of things, but there are only certain number routes in a row tree, right? I mean, is it just me or is it just applying? You know things that you already know that you've done a million times? Make sure mentally you know, with the with the language and everything involved. You're on the same page as the quarterback. Yeah. Yeah, it comes and he basically ran everything. So I mean, you know you just from Beit was just you know, the different, you know, Route names and what? What The plate concept is So that was the biggest thing for me. But other than that, you know all the routes of the same You have two NFL touchdown catches. Do you have either football? Go out first. I have to keep down.

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Chad Ochocinco, Carson Palmer meet in Idaho

Ken Broo

00:37 sec | Last month

Chad Ochocinco, Carson Palmer meet in Idaho

"What's the story of chaired junk Ken Johnson and, of course in Palma, reuniting What a great sight to see. With Chad heading up the Idaho visit with Carson for awhile, just Oh, my goodness. The amount of content that they were putting out was just so entertaining, but I mean, obviously, we got to start with the fact that they had a video chatted with Joe Burrow and tea. Higgins congratulating them. I'm getting their first win in the N F l. I just thought that was absolutely phenomenal on their part. You want to go to those lengths to show to give them their congratulations and kind of like welcoming them into the league and and really highlighting their first W together, right? That's

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Hurricane Delta: Another near miss for Houston

Chris McKay

00:24 sec | Last month

Hurricane Delta: Another near miss for Houston

"Depression Delta, but Louisiana is recovering from the impact left behind by Delta. In fact, Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins sales Fox News that the combined impact of Delta and Hurricane Laura in August are making things much more difficult for the state parts of southern Louisiana reported that they got 17 inches of rain from Delta. And the Texans or home against Jacksonville

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Tesla aims for cheaper cars with new battery

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Tesla aims for cheaper cars with new battery

"Today is Tesla's Battery Day It was hosted in conjunction with the annual shareholders meeting for Tesla. Elon musk, searching for a cheaper way to make the batteries for his cars in an effort to make the cars more affordable. For more on this, we turn to the KCBS Ring Central News Light and checking with Tim Higgins in his tech and autos reporter for The Wall Street Journal in San Francisco. So, Tim, what have we learned through Battery Day about the future of Tesla? Well, Saturday is really inflection point for the company. Um you on musket basically spent the last decade trying to bring out an affordable car for the masses. The Model three. The problem with the Model three is that it costs on average about $50,000. They briefly hit the $35,000 price point of view about a year ago or so, but it wasn't able to stay there because it was just too expensive to make it at that point and still keep the company going. And so what you honor is trying to do is lower the cost of batteries, and that's what he announced today, plans that he say over the next three years would lower a battery cost more than half And promising a $25,000 vehicle. What kinds of things we don't have to get to terribly into the weeds on it are going to reduce the cost of that battery, how to make it better and cheaper. Well, I think that people were looking at today's event for some sexy new cool technology. Their president really disappointed because really, they're getting their through a lot of Prick technical ways in so in total there getting those savings and things like building manufacturing. They're going to start building their own battery, so different chemistry, different way of making the vehicle for the battery packs that sort of thing so kind of combination of a lot of like integration of Off the that the ingredients that go into a

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Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones and The Avengers actress, dead at 82

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones and The Avengers actress, dead at 82

"Peacefully at home. She was 82. ABC News Entertainment correspondent Bill Deal Looks back it Riggs Remarkable career in the 19 sixties Diana Rigg start in the popular TV show the Avengers playing Secret Agent Emma Peel opposite Patrick with me. What do you see Madame Peel? I see you and I on the scene, something lurking in the background. Yes, she quit after two seasons. Complaining she was uncomfortable is a sex symbol. But in 1969 rig became a blond girl starring in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. In the following decades, Rig appeared in more movies and television from 2013 through 2017. Diana Rigg had a recurring role on HBO's game of Thrones as the scheming lady Oleta Tiro. I did unspeakable things to protect my family in 2018 Diana Rigg returned to the Broadway stage as Mrs Higgins in My Fair Lady. Phil Deal, Baby Seenu and a point of personal privilege, I would say on Her Majesty's Secret Service and Diana Rigg's performance in that film, one of the best bond movies. Never Fitness guru Jillian Michaels reveals she got Koven 19

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Tesla to build its largest auto assembly plant in Texas

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Tesla to build its largest auto assembly plant in Texas

"Tesla has announced it will be opening its largest auto assembly plant in the Austin, Texas area. The new facility will build Tesla's upcoming cyber truck pickup, employing at least 5000 workers. The company will build on a 21 100 acre tract in Travis County, and we'll get more than $60 million tax breaks. Tim Higgins Tech, an auto reporter for The Wall Street Journal in San Francisco, says the timing is a bit unusual. You don't expect to see such a dramatic expansion. During a global pandemic and possible extended recession. Hagen says that even though CEO Elon Musk had recently threatened to move Tesla's headquarters out of California, Musk said the company will continue to operate the Fremont factory to produce other

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Eight feared killed after two planes collide over Idaho lake

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Eight feared killed after two planes collide over Idaho lake

"Not accord. Elaine, Idaho, where two small planes collided above a lake witness locations that the planes were about $120.3 to water. It would have gone to arrest you from rescue to a recovery mode. Sheriff's Lieutenant Ryan Higgins says at least two people were killed.

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"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Was discovered at an animal shelter in Virginia. Flea ridden and with matted hair. He'd been found in a grocery store parking lot. Like Higgins all the dog needed was a second shown. In some ways. That's what the Benji phenomenon was all about. The movie launched a new era for matzen cinema. According to the underdog, a celebration of months by Julia's Zibo. No mixed breed dog had anchor the movie since Charlie. Chaplin silent a dog's life. Benji changed all that. Trainers and directors suddenly looked beyond pure breeds like lassie Rinta tin to carry their blockbusters. Today more than seventy percent of dogs who work in film and TV a rescue animals. And Life Imitates Art. After falling in love with Benji more families took a chance on shelter dogs. According to the American Humane Society The plucky movie star inspired over a million adoptions and Higgins pawprints still enshrined at the Burbank dog shelter. He wants cold home. As for his trainer, Frank's work with Higgins benching and countless other animals kept him very busy for decades. If. You've seen any of the Airbud movies. You have frank into, thank. He also groomed a generation of other trainers influencing countless future animal performers. Babe the pig, the one hundred and one down nations, the Chihuahua who hawked Tacos Taco Bell. Many famous four-legged stars were taught trainers. WHO Frank mentored! The original dog whisperer frank in Pasta, away at age eighty, six on July twenty, seventh, two thousand to. His friends and co-workers remembered him as the father of humane training. He changed the industry with his principles. According to the master, successful animal training was all about kindness and communication, not disciplined or punishment. And for Frank that journey of love and compassion began with a phone call from a shelter about a dog named Higgins Otherwise known as Benji. Dog. WHO changed the.

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"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Two children who were kidnapped told from the point of view of the dog who saves them. It was shot in mckinney Texas over twelve weeks in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy three. And sixteen year old semi retired Higgins. Did Frank in proud. He hit every mark nailed. Every scene cocked his head when he needed to performed all his canine stunts. He skipped it across rooftops. Leftover boxes snatched. Kidnapper's ransom notes off tabletops. Higgins even delivered a convincing doggy romance with a White Maltese named tiffany. The three months of endurance training had served the dog well. Of course, it helped to have a familiar face in the cost. Higgins once more share the screen with his old check buddy actor Edgar Buchanan from petticoat junction. He certainly felt at home with both Frank Buchanan by his side and he had supporters to. The crew adored him. From the cameraman to the chief of security, everybody wanted to get a picture with Benji. But nobody knew whether the movie going public would love the dog enough to watch an entire feature film about him. Clocking in at eighty five minutes long, Benji was released on Maitha. T I nineteen, seventy four. The premier was at camps home in Dallas. Throngs of Hollywood legends came out known needs to see the film, but also to contribute to a charity that raised money for homeless forgotten animals. Doris Day as big an animal rights crusader. She was an actress, took a photograph with higgins she saw him as a living symbol of how an abandoned pets can thrive when given a home, love and a name. Of course Franken had known the same for awhile. Ultimately Benji was a smash hit. It was the number two movie at the box office. Not Summer the only move the raked him. Money featured a man eating shark from Amity Island? Jaws Villain was a mechanical monstrosity who frank in definitely did not train. The viewing public fell in love with Higgins for as they knew him Benji. The famous Monica was everywhere. Magazine covers paperback. 's His debut music album. The story sounds and melodies from Joe Camps Family Film Benji. You'll box the singer songwriter of the movie's theme. Song. Brought Higgins on stage when he won a golden globe. He held him aloft in front of the crowd and proclaimed. This is Benjy our inspiration. Higgins warmed a lot of hearts over the next couple of years he and frank traveled to over one hundred twenty different cities to meet fans. The dog had gone from actor Higgins. Station was napping under a tree to superstar Benji whose face lit up nation. Everybody wants to pet him. Of course, the studio wanted more of the emotive dog. Any actor who could compete with the giants managing shock deserved a sequel. And Director Joe Camp was ready to provide one. or two. Or Twenty. But Franks one. The dog had already come out of retirement once it was hard to say if he was up to do it again. It wasn't easy being a cover dog at age seventeen. That's over eighty in Tokyo's. Once again frank had a choice to make. Should he let Higgins retire in peace? Or agree to another exhausting but star making Benji movie. Ultimately he came up with a novel solution. He'd do both. Up Next, frank and Higgins hatched the perfect scheme to keep the Benji franchise going now back to story. The film. Benji was wildly successful more than anyone. Even career animal trainer frank in had ever expected. Despite his age canine act a higgins performed like a true professional, but after a global goodwill tour frank knew it wasn't fair to expect the senior dog to keep working. So Higgins started his second retirement in nineteen, seventy five. But Hollywood kept calling. They wanted a sequel. And Frank couldn't blame them. He'd seen the look in little kids is when they'd met Benji on tour. The plucky little hero with a never quit spirit really meant something to his fans. The world needed another Benji film. Thankfully in new something that the movie going public didn't. Higgins was a family dog, and he had an understudy waiting in the wings, a daughter who looked a lot like Benji. Appropriately named Ben Gene. You might say she was born to play the role. Her Dad originated. So! While Higgins enjoyed his golden years. Ben Gene took on the role of Benji. Frank in director Joe Camp and the studio kept the switch quiet and Benji fans were none. The Wiser Ben gene inhabited the role perfectly. She knew the tricks and stunts frank, even trained her to lift her leg like a male doke when she urinated. From for the love of Benji through Benji very own Christmas, story all the way up to Benji. The hunted Ben Gene carried her father's mantle. She appeared in three Benji films and a thirteen episode TV series in which Benji. Friends, an alien prints and helps them survive on earth. As a higgins and frank, they remained the best of friends. And Frank had a lot of animal friends day. Players Cameos stand-ins stars. His career as a trainer was exceptional both before and after the Benji boom years. At his peak he worked the gang of more than a thousand animals and had as many as thirty trainers working under him. Dogs cats, skunks, birds and cows made up to look like buffaloes, but higgins had captured francs. And he charmed the world to. The American humane society granted frank and Higgins. A lifetime induction into the Animal Act is whole of fame. This was the highest honor. They ever received the only dog ever to win. The so-called Silver Bowl before higgins was POW, a dog Franco trained to play lassie. During the ceremony, frank took the stage overcome with emotion. The presents a handed him the prestigious silver bowl. Frank Typically held it up to higgins, who promptly dug his nose inside looking for food? As well trained. Does the Little Guy was? He was still a dog. which meant he didn't have much time to spend on earth? Soon off to the awards ceremony Higgins passed away at age eighteen. But the dog was far from forgotten his legacy lived on. Today Benji. Movies are still produced to critical acclaim. In the two thousand eighteen. Handlers switched out. Director Joe Camp for his son Brandon just like they had with Higgins. And in keeping with tradition, the current Benji.

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"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

"An unassuming Matz when trainer frank in adopted him from the Burbank Hannibal shelter, but he quickly picked up an amazing repertoire of tricks, and in nineteen, sixty five, Hollywood came knocking. Higgins made his television debut in episode thirty, two of Petticoat junction, the spin off of the beverly hillbillies was about a family who ran the shady rest hotel eventually, they were joined by loyal family dog. Higgins first appeared as a guest star in the role of Sheba. He made such an impression. The rights is bumped him up from guest to regular cost at the beginning of season two, but they nixed the name Sheba and recast him as the unforgettable character simply named dog. Higgins first episode as a regular was in season two's. Told Betty Jo's dog in which the character Betty Jo got a dog. Higgins did a lot of fine workers dog in season three, he was featured front and Center on the shows promotional poster seated on a table in front of the entire cost. He made Crossover appearances on sister shows green acres and the beverly hillbillies for each performance. He learned new stunts and tricks. In one episode, frank in even coached him to chase a moving train. Higgins Wanna a patsy award in nineteen, sixty six, he was featured on the cover of TV guide a publication that covered the era showbiz favorites. It seemed like dog owns television dial and for good reason. Higgins was reliable and likable. Petticoat junction went on for seven seasons and the form shelter dog never missed a performance. He also made lifelong friends with his cost mates. On the show dog had a friendly rivalry with uncle. Joe Played by character actor Edgar Buchanan. The two had a bit where they regularly faced off playing checkers. They crossed over to another program. Greenacres, together. The characters many appearances meant performance spent a lot of time together before long Higgins and Buchanan became best buds whenever a cost photo was taken. Higgins Santos stood near Buchanan. The actor was one of his favourite people. Other than Frank of course. Higgins networking skills and talents meant he success after success. He parlayed his television success into the movie business in a film called Mooch goes to Hollywood higgins played the titular role of mooch alongside acting giants Vincent Price and Joshua Kabul. The movie wasn't exactly citizen Kane and Mooch wasn't exactly Rin. Tin But Higgins Staw was rising. What's more heat made frank in proud, which wasn't easy to do. By now frank had trained hundreds of animals, even his piano playing pig won a patsy award that decade. But seven seasons and the movie is quite the accomplishment for. Former especially dog. So by the one thousand nine hundred seventy S, higgins had earned the right to a quiet retirement. Milk bones, rubbles, lights camera napping. The to pals. Trainer and student had done something special. The credits were ready to roll than the goofy little shelter pup. He spent his sunset. Sniffing new smells playing with other dogs and snoozing under his favorite tree. He was a fulltime pet and loving it. Show he'd never become a household name, but that's tough to do. In the most recognizable character on your list of credits is named dog. But the one thing America loves more than a rags to riches success story. Is a good old fashioned comeback. One summer off noon in the early nineteen seventy s a car roll down the driveway of the house, frank in shed with his menagerie of animals. A young man with curly hair at a shy smile, stepped out. His name was Joe Kemp and he was a director. He added determined glint in his eye. But when Joe told the veteran trainer what was on his mind, frank thought, he was completely brained. And this coming from a man who had spent several weeks teaching baby pig to play piano. Can had never worked with animals before he'd never even directed a feature film. The wiry thirty five year old had made some money directing TV commercials for a small. Ad Agency in Texas. But his dream project was a movie told entirely from the perspective of a dog. and. He needed a veteran performer to make it happen. One, who could really act? He pointed to Higgins who slept under a tree and said that's what I'm looking for. Frank was skeptical. Higgins was. In years old, he left Hollywood behind his health was good, but headlining a movie was a lot of work. He didn't know how Higgins would deal. With long days. Multiple takes and shocking stunts, but camp was convinced he'd seen what the talk was capable off on petticoat junction how he'd bonded with his coast, ause it was why camp had written the lead role specifically for him, a character named Benji. A mutt. Who made good? Camps enthusiasm. Was Infectious. Even, Higgins seemed intrigued by the meeting, lifting his head off his paws. He dumped his tail and watched from beneath his favorite tree. Frank weighed his options and finally agreed to camps, plan. He took three months to get higgins into shape because it had been a while since he'd in a movie, the dog needed to build up his endurance. Frank drove his motorcycle down long. Country Roads and Higgins ran alongside. Frank set up a ladder and Higgins climbed to the top splashing into a lake when he jumped down. Frank Toward Higgins how to pull the rope up a cliff and chase a stuffed cat as if it were a real one, the pals did everything they needed to boost the old dog strength for the challenge ahead, and when they were ready Joe Camp, and his crew will waiting. Camp wrote produced and directed Benji himself. The movie told the story of.

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"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

06:32 min | 5 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Fifty one, he trained a little tabby, named Orangey for the classic film Rubab about a cat who inherits baseball team. Orangey, then appeared in a smooth forgotten movie called breakfast at Tiffany's. For their work, frank and orangey one to picture animal, top star of the year or Patsy awards from the American humane society to this day. It's the only time a cat has won the honor twice. More high profile opportunities followed frank trained a wisecracking basset hounds named Bernadette a nineteen fifties. TV show called People's choice. He towards a female piglet to play the piano. He builds up a veritable stable of animals. Who booked part after part? By the end of the decade, every director wanted to be in business with the savvy trainer. In one thousand, nine hundred sixty franken come a long way from chasing horses off the freeway. The one time studio street cleaner was now assault off to animal mover and Shaker the brain behind the beast's. So when Franks phone rang, and a voice on the other end, said Mr in there's A. Don't you need to see? Frank jumped in a car with his wife Juanita to visit the puppy. The Cooler had described. The stray lived the Burbank animal shelter. He was small, Brown and fuzzy with a few white splotches. He had big black soulful eyes. However, he was a Mutt, unlike the pure bred ace's frank had worked with over the years, but more than anything else. He looks lonely and afraid. Frank wasn't sure if the dog had what it took to be on the silver screen, a trainer could never really tell until he got to know an animal. But he couldn't leave the helpless talk at the shelter. He didn't know how anybody could. He and his wife took the pop home. They named him Higgins, and frank began training him right away. He knew from a lifetime of experience. It was important to start young. Frank surprise the puppy was smarter and caught on faster than any other dog he'd ever trained. Forget sits and stay. That was remedial. Higgins wants jumped in a fishing boat with frank and pulled the lineup when he got to Nibble on land or sea. The little dog had huge potential. In fact, frank was so confident in Higgins abilities that after several months together, he reached out to some of his contacts in the business. At time he was working on a TV show called the beverly hillbillies. The program about a group of backwoods country folk who strike it rich and moved to Los. Angeles required a huge number of trained animals, pigs, chickens, cows. You name it. By the end of its run frank has provided more than five hundred performers to the beverly hillbillies set, and had a very close relationship with the show's produces. Frank often attended tapings to keep an eye on his performers. Since there was plenty of downtime on the TV set, frank asked produces if he could train his puppy between scenes, they agreed of course so frank divided his time between making sure his pigs and chickens hit their marks and teaching the little dog. Higgins soft the training like a sponge. One day during lunch, frank drilled higgins on. Difficult routine. The little dog executed it perfectly. Suddenly Frank heard the sound of applause behind him. Pull Henning. The show's producer had seen the whole performance. With a huge grin on his face, Henning said he's perfect. Frank was confused and asked for what. hennings response seem straight out of Hollywood script for my new. Television show. As, luck would have. It pulled heading needed a canine performance for a new series. He was producing cold petticoat. Junction and Higgins fit the bill. Without, even trying the little dog head nailed his first big time audition. 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Adrian Higgins of Washington Post

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:17 min | 5 months ago

Adrian Higgins of Washington Post

"I was so worried as a journalist. About what can I write about gardening and pandemic and I actually didn't even have to think about it because the garden is vast for climbed the for when you. have to isolate it I. I didn't fully understand quite how. Nahra Shing. Garden could be in. It was just. It was just a sort of a situation where I had to. To state the obvious, which is the gardens that just so healing and. Nourishing to people. Yeah, you emailed an exchange an email. We had the other day. You mentioned that great, Gardener and Garden Author David Culp had a sharp insight to that effect. You want to share that with everybody else what he said about. The new. Book Of cold a year at Brandy, wine cottage and I'm sure your. Your audience would love to hear directly from him, but. He shares in the book and with me that there were moments in his life where he had to. recuperate from some serious illnesses. And the impulse for. A passionate governor as we know is to. Keep T for us to be the nurse if the garden for us to keep. Looking after it and caring for it, and he said what he what he had to sort of consciously do when he was recuperating, and the garden was to allow the garden to give him some healing back, and it was ready, willing and able to do so so i. think that in itself is an incredible. Less than all of us that we have to, you know sometimes we just have to stop fretting about the weeds or the the wilted leaves or whatever. The lack of Mulch and and just sort of let the garden. You know come back to us. Just said that it reminded me of many years ago. Marco Stefan from Wave Hill who founded wave, started the gardens at wave, Hill in New York I. was moaning around this time of year when spring starts to turn to summer, and everything looks like hell. There's a lot of weeds and cutbacks to be done, and I was like. Oh it's horrible. My place looks horrible and I just can't get I can't get off the hook you know. I'm just on the hook all the time with it and I was moaning moaning, and he said Margaret you created the huck. Just EXHALE! So. It made me think of what you just. Help us, we don't just have to be the nursemaid as you just explained. I think it requires a mental shift because when you own a passionate gardener. You see it as a process is something that you're constantly doing? And we sort of just sit down and stall. And sort of see objectively the What we've created we, we come see what would create with arranged. Right.

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"higgins" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on KTRH

"Higgins and this is back in nineteen ninety four thanks to a Brian lamb interview with Stephen Ambrose what did Ambrose and his team learned about Higgins building lebron bows for the exploration of the oil companies in the swamps of Louisiana in the late nineteen thirties he was at a flat bottom boats already the marines came to him in nineteen thirty nine so we're gonna get into the war and we're gonna need landing craft and you're doing the best flat bottom boats around you enter a competition and he did since then like is both the marines log and they insisted on it is a thirty two foot ball carrier to tune them thirty minutes to officers flat bottom with the steel ramp made out of plywood very constructive very simple desire for Instacart boxes what is but it was a boat that can handle heavy seas go through a surf could go into will be dropped at random thing you've got thirty minutes arguing out of that boat going right on into the enemy positions then and this was the key thing he developed a system we are protected propeller on it so that he could go right on into the sand bottom out drop an anchor as stern as you would have to put a little breaking Stratton motor on the back of that boat Hey good let himself off with that bridge constructor portal that both back office and then here was the key to it all turn the servant get headed back out again without broken when it was broadsided the surf got to the mother ship and pick up another log Pickens had eighty employees in nineteen thirty nine the marines went for this vote the army love the bulk orders were placed Hagens expanded from a little almost out of my pocket in the factory thank you I simply plan you have four different ones in New Orleans online or campus thirty thousand employees and he turned out twenty thousand these landing craft in the course of the war you can use to design a king is a production it was a lousy businessman when we come back more DD stories more Stephen Ambrose and so much more the D. day story here on our American story for the hour have you ever hired.

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Elon Musk Says Tesla Suing California County, Moving Headquarters Out Of State

WSJ Tech News Briefing

10:14 min | 7 months ago

Elon Musk Says Tesla Suing California County, Moving Headquarters Out Of State

"Week. California started phasing in the reopening of business including manufacturing so when that was announced Tesla CEO Elon. Musk sent out a memo to ten thousand employees at a factory in Alameda. County telling them to come into work the next day but just a few hours after that memo the local government in Alameda County said not so fast they were keeping tighter restrictions in place and Tesla's factory was not allowed to open yet in response. Tesla sued and Monday. Musk said they're opening their factory. Anyway here to tell us all about this lawsuit and what it could mean for businesses and governments across the US is our reporter. Tim Higgins Tim. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you all right. Let's start with Tesla. What is Tesla arguing in this suit? One of the things that you must angry about is that The California state government has to open up again including manufacturing and he's arguing that essentially that the local government has overstepped its authority by saying that. Tesla's factory cannot reopen that. The governor's office allowing for the state to reopen and that the US constitution allows for these sorts of things so really Arguments at the county. Government is overreaching and then he made a comparison to another facility. That is a nearby county. What's his argument? There Tesla has its has one assembly plant in the US but it has a number of facilities around California that help with the business. And there's a factory that is not that far from the assembly pant that has in a different county and the people there are not facing the same kind of shelter in place restrictions. Tassels reason the question of why are why isn't a uniform wise? They're pointing to figures. They say indicate that the rate of infection is very similar Why is one place stricter than the other so? Musk actually went a step further and reopened TUSLA yesterday. Right surprising a lot of people Monday. Tweeting out that He was opening the factory starting production that day in fact he said he's going to be on the assembly line and that if the police show up to arrest people he should be the one that's arrested so let's just back up a little bit. This sets tesla apart from many of its tag counterparts right. I mean facebook and others have announced that they're not bringing employees back to the office for months. Why is Elon? Musk and tesla wire. Wise Tusla's taking such a big stand here exactly facebook and Google and others. They can largely do their work at home on computers. Were Tesla makes cars. It needs an army of workers in the factory banging on metal to build these vehicles so they can sell them and without the Fremont Factory Online. It doesn't have anything to sell here in the US eventually. The cars that they made prior the shutdown. They're not gonNA have anything. So if Tesla is going to take advantage of any potential economic rebound that something might occur in the months to come as the country learns to live with the Corona virus. It needs cars. The shutdown came at a bad time for Tesla. It was just a ramping up. Production of its newest vehicle. The Model Y Compact Sport Utility vehicle is a vehicle that Elon. Musk has said could be. The company's top seller analysts expected to do very well. It's a good segment for this kind of vehicle and really there was a lot of enthusiasm among investors about the year ahead and so what the Krono virus has done is essentially. Put everything on ice and The problem for you on musk. Is that this. Factory has been sitting Essentially vacant for weeks. Now and he needs the lifeblood of the company to kick back on. I guess comparing to facebook isn't quite fair. I mean the better comparison might be to other. Automakers what are we seeing Michigan do for example and how our automakers they're responding. That's some of the frustration that musk has been. Venting is that Michigan announced last week and then that they were bringing manufacturing back online this week so Monday. As Yuan is sitting there unhappy that his factory is an open open. Places in Michigan could come back online and he knows his competitors have already announced. Gm for Chrysler others that they're kicking up production GM and Ford. They're a scheduled to start assembly vehicles again next Monday and here in California. That's that's not the case so elon. Musk has taken it another step further. He also has threatened to move production out of California altogether. He's saying maybe to Texas. What kind of impact could his departure have on? The state would smell something that can happen. Overnight it's not as simple as picking up his tools and going to Texas and starting to make cars and a new factory I. It's much more complicated. And it's something that probably would take years to do but the effect would be dramatic. Tessa wouldn't be the first car company to pull out of California Toyota. Its headquarters for the US. North America used to be based on your La and they pulled out over the course of several years starting in two thousand fourteen and they went to Texas because in emerged part it's cheaper to operate their California had just gotten to expensive the factory that Tesla owns and California used to be a factory that was jointly operated by General Motors and Toyota in when GM wind bankruptcy left to Toyota and Toyota. Didn't want to didn't want to be there anymore. I wanted to go to someplace. Cheaper the state of California has in recent generation or so struggled to keep a car manufacturing and the Fremont factory the fact that Tesla was able to buy in two thousand ten and resume making vehicles there in twenty twelve was seen by the the region him by Government officials is a huge win and is something very important for the economy states. Local leaders across the country prize car factories. These are things they want. It means jobs. It means economic investment. It means all the and things that go with with that so it's not just the car factory it's the suppliers and the ecosystem that creates and brings into the community so this kind of threat in some ways was almost going nuclear to say that he was going to pull out of of the state now a lot of people are saying or asking was was just because he lost his temper. And and that sort of thing. Well we'll see. He has said on twitter that he's not messing around and he's taking this very seriously. Some of this of course is also. He's in essentially negotiating in public. He's trying to push put pressure on on the local government to allow him to open up. Yeah I mean it's it's a very public lobbying effort if you can call it that I think the interesting thing is. We'VE SEE BUSINESSES. Do this all the time time right to get tax incentives or or other deals but in this case it's public health interests that are at stake. How HAVE OFFICIALS IN ALAMEDA? County responded to this very open threat And is the pressure that he's putting on them seeming to impact their decisions to reopen at all whether the mayor of Fremont put out a statement saying that she supports Tesla and the Mayor of Palo Alto or the company's headquarters is located. Put out a statement over the weekend about their support for the company. It's a tough position for some of these elected officials They want to see the company. Back Open. They want to see businesses back. Open him yet. Some are also weighing the health ramifications. Several people have died in the county from Kovic Nineteen and they have reported More than two thousand cases of Govan Nineteen and so the concern among county leaders is that they're not sure if there's going to be a spike as they start to re phase in business activity and they'd like to see it play out a little bit longer and be prepared and the idea of ten thousand people coming into a facility is concerning and so they have been working with the company to make sure that the safety protocols in place and the Tesla has Publicized some of these. Things are what they're working on. And that's where the standoff here is. It's not when we're unique to test so there are lots of places and companies around the country who are frustrated and want to get back to the way things were and we've seen state by state by state Different ways of handling this. But there's probably no higher profile company in the US The take this kind of stand to to sue the local authorities and to Defy a local shutdown order. Well we wouldn't expect anything else from Elon. Musk I guess. Our reporter Tim Higgins. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you

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Bengals select App State LB Akeem Davis-Gaither in Round 4 of 2020 NFL Draft

Ken Broo

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Bengals select App State LB Akeem Davis-Gaither in Round 4 of 2020 NFL Draft

"Said Bengals selected Appalachian state outside linebacker Akeem Davis Gaither with the first pick of the fourth round of the NFL draft as you just heard a Davis gave there is the twenty nineteen Sunbelt conference defensive player of the year he was second on the Appalachian state defense with one hundred and one tackles including five sacks he's from Thomasville and also had an interception this year he finished his Appalachian state career with two hundred four tackles and six point five sacks and finished a twenty eighteen with a hundred and three tackles with more on the draft last night more from Sean Gallagher the thirty third twenty draft Cincinnati Bengals select D. Higgins wide receiver Clemson and that is all day two of the NFL draft again Friday the bangles making the first pick in the second round Higgins in a video posted by the bangles Twitter account said that he's ready to win a Super Bowl the big ones now this is a way to get the word man I'm glad I'm a bagel Higgins also throwing in a day the Bengals third round selection went a different way if they selected linebacker Logan Wilson out of Wyoming the Bengals will make for more pics today

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Bengals select App State LB Akeem Davis-Gaither in Round 4 of 2020 NFL Draft

Ken Broo

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Bengals select App State LB Akeem Davis-Gaither in Round 4 of 2020 NFL Draft

"Said Bengals selected Appalachian state outside linebacker Akeem Davis Gaither with the first pick of the fourth round of the NFL draft as you just heard a Davis gave there is the twenty nineteen Sunbelt conference defensive player of the year he was second on the Appalachian state defense with one hundred and one tackles including five sacks he's from Thomasville and also had an interception this year he finished his Appalachian state career with two hundred four tackles and six point five sacks and finished a twenty eighteen with a hundred and three tackles with more on the draft last night more from Sean Gallagher the thirty third twenty draft Cincinnati Bengals select D. Higgins wide receiver Clemson and that is all day two of the NFL draft again Friday the bangles making the first pick in the second round Higgins in a video posted by the bangles Twitter account said that he's ready to win a Super Bowl the big ones now this is a way to get the word man I'm glad I'm a bagel Higgins also throwing in a day the Bengals third round selection went a different way if they selected linebacker Logan Wilson out of Wyoming the Bengals will make for more pics today

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Pitch and catch: Round 2 of NFL draft heavy on receivers

James & Hart

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Pitch and catch: Round 2 of NFL draft heavy on receivers

"This year's NFL draft was said to be very good for wide receivers and after six wideouts were taken day one the trend continue day to seven more receivers off the board in round two is the thirteen wideouts taken in the first two rounds it's a new NFL record it started right off the bat as the Bengals win with Clemson's tee Higgins with the first pick in the second round cold fall by taking Michael Pittman junior at a U. S. C. but the very next pick lines that when Georgia running back D'Andre swift for the giants finally broke the streak of office of weapons they slick CP cedar McKinney out of Alabama you head coach Joe judge's thrilled to be able to get a town like McKinney around over to the mall the smart tough for mentally sound outlook and build worksite application we had a first run rate on sauntering around we're very fortunate there were taken

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NFL Draft Round 2 Updates

Roe Conn

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

NFL Draft Round 2 Updates

"Kim the Cincinnati Bengals have added a weapon for quarterback Joe burrow selecting a receiver tee Higgins from clubs in in the first pick of the second round of the NFL draft that pick was followed by the line selecting USC receiver Michael Pittman the lines then drafting Georgia running back D'Andre swift safety Xavier McKinney a player some thought the bears my target is headed to the giants the bears are up in seven

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"higgins" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

Staying In with Emily & Kumail

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

"Doesn't take much to actually pull you back into a Paralympic Para sympathetic state that that level of breadth use censoring yourself. Just for ten breaths it will significantly improve your anxiety levels will bring back in the wake of vision will open up a little bit more and you just feel comma and I use that every session I do and it works wonders just for everybody just to get into that space. That's excellent. Molly would talk about this breathing technique. When we first started dating she'd be like you're very anxious breathing for six hold for six. Let it out. Yeah I learned it as a therapist so I love that. Yeah it's a great trick for. It's a great trick for every profession. I think what thank you so much for talking to us? David you are at David Higgins London and I should. I'm GONNA shout out. Ls Partridge who was also informative and toured with us a great trainer who he works for you and just want to say that he was always with us part of these workouts. We all three of US really hung out quite a bit. Yeah he's he's Great. He's the best and he's a really really great trainer to so look him up on Instagram as well. Also a very funny guy. He's got some comedy videos and stuff. That are really great. Yeah he's he's just he's one of a kind of a partridge. Make sure everybody if you're looking for something to start if you if it's time for you start working out in the midst of all this go to at David Higgins London If you prefer kind of dance your workouts or any. They're all kinds of workouts online Yeah start small. If you need to this I think this is really really good advice and start with start with breathing and if all you do is breathing one day. That's okay just keep going keep going right. Yep He had to start very very small and it's starting to feel easy. Add a little bit. So if you're doing ten pushups and that starting to feel easy do eleven push ups you know. Just sort of go at your own pace. Yeah exactly right well. Thank you so much David. S pleasure guys. It's really nice to catch up. Yeah it was very nice Mls At sang in podcast at.

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"higgins" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

Staying In with Emily & Kumail

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

"See you guys soon. Take Care Bye. Hey Hello David to work on what we call say. We're ready to go so we've already set our hello central missed it you listeners out there missed it. Yes David Higgins about how are you? How are you? You're in London? I'm in London. The weather's not too bad on the isolation this two weeks in now two weeks in. And how are you holding up on occasionally slowly losing the will but but the kids definitely helped with the hull just taking a mind of everything is about three young kids but also just the general routine of things in life you just gotTa keep on keeping on keep keep on daily living? That's what it's in the eighty s. You gotTa keep doing those. Adl's we go to the ideals gone totally agree with you. Yeah of course I do. Well we call them active daily living. Or what do you guys call of daily living? Yeah Basically Sega and let's let's just get an. How do you to know each other? We know each other because I was going to say it in the INTRO. But I'll say now so so we'll be finished by the way. Did you hear tunnels just just heard? I know we just heard. We are breaking the news on this joshing breaking news. My my my album marvel movie. Just push you guys. Black Widow Superhero trainer guy for marvel and now cheating on us with the new Batman. Fill the yellow going because our the dumbbells at our gym would only go up to a certain way and then we would be like. Let's go see they're not gonNA use them. I don't know if anyone ever said this. Push my other marvel movie. I don't know if anyone's ever said that generally good so we obviously trained for months and months and months together. It was really really awesome. What was great was how fun the workout. You know this. I would look forward to these workouts project. Apps man project. They called US three.

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"higgins" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

14:24 min | 9 months ago

"higgins" Discussed on Amanpour

"Hello everyone and welcome to Amman. For his what's coming up? The risk to the American people remains very low with one eye on the markets. President trump lays down the corona virus as health officials warn of a potential pandemic. We get the Fox from the former head of the CDC and once revered as living saint the halo has come crashing down. How did everyone missed the real story of alleged sex abuse? Giovanni we talked to his biographer. Michael Higgins plus they are the people swooped in after the housing bust. When eight million Americans lost their homes and profited tremendously reporter. Aaron glantz.

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"higgins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"higgins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Right as we continue with rich Higgins former in a C. D. O. D. as we have a lot of stuff to talk about today you know I'm looking at all these people and I wonder what why would Bill Gates ever get on abstains point and I'm thinkin does they have enough money for his own plane why would the New York times seek a thirty thousand dollar donation from Jeffrey ABS the knowing who Jeffrey upstate as one of their their employees causes why would they you know why is he so connected to the Hollywood crowd what who are the people how do we ever determined was really ever there either on the plane or on the island I think we have to I think we have to trust Alex across the right the the recently resigned secretary beanie he said emptying belongs to intelligence and you know and that is your investigative lead and you go from there and you know hopefully you know US attorney Durham and Attorney General Paul are are are gonna run down these rabbit trails in and and get it you'll get us past the you know the run out the clock approach that the establishment has been taken on the entire investigation thus far well you know while on a molar acted as a rear guard action all of the corruption that was happening you're done now we see during kind of run out the clock load hoping that they can you take down the president twenty twenty and bury all this stuff so I hope that you're right we we need to we need to practice and to get in to get some indictments rolling out here hopefully Sir now all right it's been a long time you know one of the things you and said way way back in the past and I just want to remind people moving on just to a little different subject is your work with the NSA DOD and you know everybody's kind of concern now about privacy security you don't think Americans have very much privacy at all in terms of emails telephone calls text messages do you I think you know and it's I'm not revealing anything this class but I think we need to understand that the global information environment is a real living breathing and you are ruled understanding of communication needs to just be jealous and then we need we need to understand how the ones and zeros move around in the space and well you know I I don't think are you know we had such an advance but in the past twenty years in terms or technology whether you talk about travel or social media or email or cellular you communications and so on and so forth I don't think our laws are under your privacy laws are understanding of of your free speech at the I don't think our laws have kept pace with this emerging technical fields technical evolution and so we need we need to be mindful of that and very very cautious of it the thing that really makes me concerned is we think we seem to have lost our moral bearing and are you know when you see it with some of the stuff that's coming out of Silicon Valley right now where well yeah there there in league with China right I mean well I mean look at Hillary I mean Peter struck was told that the Chinese were hacking the heating care then you've got the issue of war was there outsourcing a spying on Americans to circumvent laws to spy on a presidential candidate and a president it appears like the answer is yes anyway thanks a lot I appreciate rich good to have you back again it's been a long time thank you for being with us very smart information are when we come back we'll hit the phones on this Friday and our Friday concerts.

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"higgins" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"higgins" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Sudden. I didn't your two sisters a pasta pasta way in a car accident it. Your body just goes into absolute shock and so it wasn't just the teenage recklessness. There really was a desire to forget. Oh yeah i think it was a couple of things i think in one pot it it was just pure escapism and i'd never been one to indulge in any form of escapism really before that was very much of the back of this kind of sudden i didn't and shocking traumatic incident but it was also kind of this sense of like will now that i know that life is in going to be good <hes> just just because i'm good why not go out and experience as much as i can well. This is where i thought you're writing was so illuminating the drunkenness yes i think i can remember but the marijuana smoking and the first time you snorting coke k. snorted cocaine or injected heroin burst descriptions with absolutely incredible what was happening internally and your sensors so was that good memory or good rushing rushing. Oh i think both but also coupled with may be good diary keeping or maybe not good for my mother who had to read them at the time i think and found them. I'm quite traumatic but feel about mom reading diaries a lot of you that you hadn't gotten quite vol- oh aw look i think in hindsight you know i think i just feel lucky to have an incredible mother who is always going to put her children i but i i mean in many ways the book or this drug sex enroll in the book. Actually that's just backstory. The central question of the book is how do i have a healthy relationship with my parents within the the context of our shed griefs but also really different world views and politics and lifestyles had way be a better daughter without <hes> draining my own mental to health you know so i think that i just moved between feeling suffocated as i think most daughters do often in that mother daughter relationship chip and just having compassion for her because i can't imagine what she's been through you like and how she remains together well you therapist suggested that you make differentials between you and your mother and this was coming up through the book and then when your mother i said what you were going up to new york and mother said can i come stayed. Yes trying to be a good daughter. Yeah yeah yeah <hes> well. It's and it's very evident that your mother's experienced in new york was quite different to yours. You know you account how how stifling it was to have her living. In your space space the rules you set her and how guilty that made you feel in contrast. She was writing on her face on her blog. What will be how she was. All every bed incident turned into a good story. She just loves it everything. I think that's just my mother. She just i mean i think that's one of the things i'd my about her. She will just laugh at everything and i think she'll often say to me like my mom. I feel so rude because you know she wanted to just like sleep together in the same bed but i was like mom. I really feel like i'm thirty like maybe we can just sleep separately and she was just over there visiting new york for two weeks and i just felt so bad about that and she's like it's fine like i you putting this guilt on yourself. I'm not putting this guilt anew but i mean you know then at the same time you mentioned deriding before four but you moved from diary writing into the necessity really to have two hours of writing every morning and this is when you told him to go go into new york city not experiences by yourself. Give me quite to right. I went to die writing two hours writing kickin <hes> <hes> i've been writing now for about twelve years and it started off as therapeutic thing where i was keeping journals to process the grief of the accident and yet eventually we started thinking about running for publication but of course as with any learning new skill writing is a long apprenticeship and so it took me probably another five years to work out that what worked for me was safeguarding these two sacred hours first thing upon waking not only for my practice and process but even just to ground around myself now and yeah and i was in new york to work and so i needed that time i needed to keep those two hours sacred <hes> hence hintz asking mom to be out of the studio we were in a studio apartment together right like and there wasn't even a door like on the between sleeping area and the like so close yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah to try to separate yeah. What about your dad. What kind of rotting did he do. Well dad kept a diary korea after the accident that he then emailed me when i was putting together this book and which actually now forms a whole chapter in the book which oh i think is seems to be one of the chapters that people really respond quite strongly too and he now says he's writing his own book. I don't think he realizes realizes how long of a process it is to kind of learn how to write but i don't think that matters either. I think you know even just as therapeutic thing. I think it's it's. It's a really positive thing for him to be doing. Even the editon get some courts in this book where she's questioned you and it's made year reflect even further into it's some of the aspects of mental being yeah i i'm not interested in answers and i'm not real often quite annoyed by people that want to give me answers is what i'm interested in is is questions and so where i was bringing in my editor was often wear. She was asking me questions that i didn't have a fully formed opinion on yet and so it was my way of kind of working through that teasing through that or showing that even though i might not have an answer to it i was actively at least trying to think through that but having her voice in there in terms of courting her and stuff was away for me to kind of show that tension rather than present this kind of perfect i was sad and now i'm happy just not how it works you know nor i thought what you did with a book too because you know you've had reflection but sort of get stuff that wrote right back when when you're really really hurting <hes> was was just incredible. Now i've never been into a fishbowl <hes> fishbowl <hes> <hes> well. I was an inter fishbowl either. I just heard about so. I guess for listeners you're referring to the psychiatric ward where i was and i was in. I guess the kind you've been what you would call it but it wasn't a little bit more lower security. I guess the section that i was in and it was kind of for young adults but there was this fishbowl that <hes> a couple of the other patients referred to that was basically a super high security ward where the patients were always under observation nation but i was never checked in it was just this mythical place that got talked about even your ability to look other people in there and write about them. Damn it was just fascinating. This line. I you mad bad said glad is really a terminology. That's asked there yeah. I mean that's not me observing other people. That's just me writing down what other people say like that was like word for word dialogue. That was a question that somebody else may yeah. That was whole thing about getting a cigarette every hour. I didn't make that up now. I just wrote down what happened like yeah yeah but and linking that with the chinese medicine that what is it lungs are connected to great when you smoke you can't cry. Yes i studied aww kinesiology which draws elements of traditional chinese medicine and so that was something that had come up when i was studying that quite blown away by because i had never smoked any cigarettes i was like the kind of go that would like pool a cigarette out of someone's mouth at a party so rude so condescending and then the accident happened and i was like smoking and you know like it's just this complete turnaround <hes> and then i remember going when i started studying theology and the teachers he just kind of talking about that link was crazy to me so it's really that was really interesting. You <hes> i like also quoting from the book here the to salon dot a little bit more about normal people know what is normal instead of turning to drink and cigarettes and six they take their dog for a slow walk doc through a suburban park and feel better forest yeah yeah and another i assumed people's routines for building a good life. Were innate not something they worked at. It is a pleasure to discover otherwise. They're very no sort of nice things but i don't know what's normal well. I think maybe less normal and maybe more healthy right like what is a healthy way to hold a life together. I think it's not something that we talk about about this thing that we assume that people know <hes> but we're not learning things like emotional regulation and whatever in highschool right like. Why are we not you you know. I don't know being guided. Things like it doesn't make any sense to me either. Another thing that you talk about is memory discrepancy and this is gonna that'd be really interesting. If your dad gets dropped that book y'all to compare the copy is not even even through the book talk about things that you thought was with true but didn't happen at all. Yeah i mean it's not a huge number of them. There are a few <hes> and i think there's a huge huge body of research that just backs it up this idea of memory being fallible and events being really subjective perspective based is not. It's not a new idea but it was <hes>. It was very eye-opening to to be confronted. Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah definitely and finally at the end of the book we you get the <hes> you actually ask for memories of your two sisters and that's when i started crying. That was a beautiful last last last way to it was submitted. Altogether was a no you like viki were doing p._h._d. In writing putting this book into a published format and i think he succeeded. I think can do very well with bed p._h._d. Another court from khloe higgins book the goals the best writing is the hard writing the honest writing and that's what you did in spades made a that the book talk about chloe higgins. The girls published by picador pan macmillan. Let's bring quarter traumatic morning jay in the detail but i had been speaking with vicky betrayal on inside the law twenty five years of true crime writing and it's from clandestine on price so that brings us to another week indeed and we'll have another patasse next week..

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"higgins" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Josh Higgins is the executive creative director for virtual and augmented reality products, and hardware at Facebook before Facebook was designed director for President Barack Obama's twenty twelve campaign if that seems like a major career leap from presidential politics to social media giant just you wait before he got into design. Josh was amused issue for over a decade, he performed and recorded with the band fluff. In other words, joss is a renaissance man. And he's also a really interesting guy. Josh Higgins, welcome to design matters. It's really great to have you here at long last. I can't tell you how excited I am. Good. Good. Well, let's let's see once I ask you all the questions, I got for you. So I understand that Facebook will do laundry for you. But your wife won't let you bring yours to the office. She doesn't want you to be that guy. So who's that guy? That's true Facebook affords, the employees like many wonderful perks that being one of them said they wash your. If you need them they do. But yeah, I took my laundry and wants thinking I was doing my wife a favor and actually I ended her by taking it in. So I don't do that anymore. Although they do dry cleaning as well. They help us with that. And so that's okay. That's within the limits. Yes, you grew up in southern California, your whole family served, and you to started surfing by the time, you were seven, and I understand that your first career aspiration was to be a professional surfer. So you're quite good at it. He still quite good court. Good on it still. I I would say it was fairly good at it. But not good enough to make it a career, thankfully, I realized that early on your parents, divorced when you were three I understand that your dad was one of the first two actors Howard Hughes signed his production company. Yes. Yes. He was. So tell us a little bit about him and his career and how that impacted you. So the story I've been told by my mom is that my mom was a model for Saks Fifth Avenue. And my dad was there and went on a date their first date. It was on John Wayne's plane to a party here in New York. So yeah, my most of my my dad had retired by the time..

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"higgins" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"Enter code. Amazing. What many immigrants Maeve Higgins came to America for opportunity a rising star in Ireland. She left it behind to come to NYC or she continued her comedy career, but also began chronicling the lives of immigrants in her podcast and book of the same name. Maeve in America coming up. We talk about what it's like having the president of Ireland as your boss, how she uses her comic voice to tackle serious issues about social and environmental Justice. And she tells me what surprised for most about America spoiler alert it involves. Toilets. How did the president of Ireland come to be your? Well, the thing is she has been for the last fifteen years working on climate Justice, which is kind of the intersection of human rights and climate change, and it's the fascinating part of climate change, and it's one that SARS has some hope attached because things like you might say. Coal miners, coal, mine to stop it. With mighty, but then instead of being like people get it been playing with just takes there. Their their futures to kind of well aware when they were when they worked in China. Austin, Mateen energy is also. So I was really interested in her in her Justice because I obviously knew about climate change, but I also felt really paralyzed about this just I think it's important for listeners to to for me to acknowledge. I don't believe in climate change. So I'm not on this, but I don't believe it's a hoax. This is about this conversation and thank you for your POV. But it's interesting, so then she wants to do a movie because she's like, you know, I don't know. She never heard of a podcast or anything should never heard day podcast. Didn't know what was. So she wants to be movie. So she approach like these documentary makers in England, and then they were like, we can do one, but it would be by two years and you'll have to be the kind of, you know, our, you lead us through it and be like the kind of person on the story when she hates that, like she's very anti individual like our herself. She doesn't want to talk about herself and then they propose podcast, and I think it's a good way of, you know, making a platform for other people's voices other than hers. She's a white woman who's very powerful and has had this big career, but the actual people who are working towards climate Justice are often they're actually kind of hard to find like they're not grace. S publicity. They really need to work on their brand. So anyway, so they put that all together and then they, they said, let's have a podcast with these people's voices highlighted and Mary can be the guides because she knows like everyone like is in Chino's, like villagers in Uganda. And she also knows the former head of the EPA here, you know, Gina McCarthy. So then they needed kind of like a goofy sidekick. And I had been doing that on and off with star talk, you know, neograph Tyson's show and and they went to meet her and have kind of a chemistry test with her because I think she was. She was really worried when she heard the word comedian. Like I think a lot of people are very worried you wanna hear the word comedian. But yeah, it's tricky problematic people. It's really loaded. And I mean, thank God. You didn't hear the words prank show, but we met her and then we did a couple of interviews and together, and I think it kind of worked IRA dynamic work dosed. So that's how it came to be. That's kind of a long winded way of saying. Now we have this podcast called mothers of invention where we interview women who are working for solutions for climate change. I'm Mary Robinson, and I became the first female president of Ireland, but maybe was only eight years..

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"higgins" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"It's hard to be amazing. I'm Michael Ian black, and you may not know this, but the world of comedy, the comedy world as it were, he's having a bit of an identity crisis like the world at large and the central question in this identity. Crisis is simple in the question is, what are we doing? What is our actual purpose in the obvious answer is idiot. Your job is to make people up in that is I would say a very good answer. But I think to a lot of comedians, the answer feels incomplete because it leads to the next question to what end and maybe it's just to the end of people having a good time. We're maybe it is to the end of calling attention to something or calling out the powerful or directing action in some capacity or in the case of my guest today, all of the above Maeve Higgins is one. Of the rare comedians who is both very funny and very active and very informed and a tremendous writer and in immigrants to the United States with an immigrants outside gays and an imigrants sense of Justice. She became a star in her native Ireland. I, I r- I would you. I've seen that word written so many times e r e, right? Yeah. How do you pronounce that era era? Yeah, beautiful. Thanks. I mean it's beautiful. When you say in her native era with a couple of TV series, a couple bestselling books, and then she came to New York City where she continues for comedy career, but she also began chronicling the lives of immigrants in her podcast. In now book of the same name Maeve America, which is just out. And she also currently co hosts a podcast called mothers of invention with Mary Robinson, the former president of era. She is a fabulous writer, and I want us to become better friends because I feel like we're right on the cusp of becoming better from, and I welcome Maeve Higgins to how to be amazed. Thank you. I've found my application forms for your good. And I'm going to need some photos and I can see right now, but I'm going to need some more. No, I get it. I mean, there's I passed a place on the way here that takes photos your application. Yeah. Yeah. And I thought, well, they can't get a lot of business, but there were people lined up to be your friend and it's very passport photo. There's just that white background. I was very to see for you. It's you have your choice of background? Yes. But no smiling leads still. No. I did see them. Yeah, I know I'm just taking in the fall applicants now for my winter friends. You do seem to have a lot of friends. You talk about them a lot in your book..

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"higgins" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Get online game thank you for having me maeve higgins i didn't even say your name there it is yeah higgins you guys who are this next guest is new to the show he is not new to any of our hearts you may remember him from the nightly show you might know him as the co creator of insecure on hbo you might be a subscriber to his podcast blog on the air guys it's larry wilmore oh wow i never heard you speaking before i don't know where that came from a lot has happened since the nightly show yes exactly changes your voice when you get cancelled the first no one talks i knew made him do that voice to say talk about your voice and how important it is they don't mean literally say protect the eight by ten which is the headshot really don't talk about the never never heard today bitten guys and that means that but like your head shots are in the eight by ten format does protect your face i have such beautiful headshots but it's just everybody offered disappointments i think your head chest would be worse than your actual head right you should just submit a picture of a troll yeah and then you know you show up in their like this bitch is gorgeous yeah listen guys i have a couple of announcements before we start the show one is that we're going to be at the aclu conference on sunday doing a live taping a fake the nation at nine thirty pm that's the first night of the conference everyone is going to be jazzed everyone's gonna be super caring about civil liberties so.

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"higgins" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"That why johnson rive from kid both them down there and are still beat him down to the bus i mean higgins boat wasn't a higgins boat it was a ltv it was what vp of tv to heavier than a higgins boat and his all steel right so here we are running down there and hollering don't leave leave everything well odd farish is owned a deck and and the ramp on that ls v was at about a forty five degree angle because that was taking shots from the jabs and out farish stay done and and captain hayes he captained by this time he was trying to hold us up everything and fagin zone boat and this little cox on thing right here said we're moving out we're leaving not fagin city forties guys down there put pistol in that kids put this back on bro year pedal so he put it back on and the guys at around they telling us about what happened and so here we are running and so forth and i got down there and and fair stuccos to rile for through them up up into the boat and hall got him lawyer little bit right thing and then fares foot you know and heaved us up hall put her ciller nian and i got up here oh what a main finally got in that's how we got but you held the line until seven o'clock as you were ordered yeah the it took about thirty to forty minutes i guess to get everybody off though new we were the last two to get off the.

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"higgins" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"I think it's worse now to be honest with you go like here's what i get caught a phone call all the time so i'll give you the nugget here that you probably don't already know and that is on night one the final four guy every yeah what you're talking to a bachelor here he knows how it goes who is this ben higgins what am i talking to then higgins i didn't know i didn't even realize them like they're like men nationally and i'm like oh all right this makes it less awkward for us because we honestly have no idea who the heck you are herbie that's what goes on night one i'm out can we just talk again realize what just happened you had no clue like who you're talking to and you know i got it back but i gotta attack message like hey do you wanna go on iheartradio ben and ashley i'm like sweet sounds like fun i'm all in did you think you are on a radio show and not a podcast i had no clue and i was doing good all right anyway band yeah i knew that i was also on the show so i wasn't up there with the top four but i pretty much know how it goes actually what's your last name i can nettie otherwise known as i all right bear enough i like it i like it well you guys are both inches then you already know what's going on random radio hosts that don't know about the show so that's even better this is so funny this is the best material we've had so far.

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"higgins" Discussed on MIX 104.1

MIX 104.1

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"higgins" Discussed on MIX 104.1

"Three boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom i wanna thank god no bath think of batted in she knows in how can you roll every time this higgins nose day she was me in the key gas he is bin laden can fare i've been thinking the wind will go crazy seeing an ambitious the dinner you will thank me places that you'd say some nimule lame this season the lead in thin mm the man she says that she's never affray this takes here every paddy name and she really does impact way and now really insane as invasion and as me in the key gas lee since fair fare thank you go crazy thing the lead you will thank me in places that say if you'd say soon your name this is the key good the man.

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