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Lightning top Blackhawks on Killorn's horn-beating OT goal
"Alex killorn scored with one tenth of a second left in overtime giving the lightning a come from behind three two victory over the Blackhawks caloric deflected Victor Hedman shot through a host of players in front of the net and across the goal line right before overtime ended the hawks jumped out to a two nothing lead on goals by Ryan carpenter and Alex DeBrincat but Anthony Sorell Lee and Steven Stamkos scored early in the third period before it went into O. T. Andrei vasilevskiy had thirty five saves as the lightning have won six straight games David Shuster Chicago
"QAnon Shaman" speaks out for the first time in "60 Minutes+" interview
"Covered, bearded and horned Q and on shaman speaking from jail with 60 minutes Plus, he claims he was not just trying to bring God back to the Senate. Gato send Chad. We're not buying the Q and on shaman is resurfaced, and he's done an interview with 60 minutes, 60 minutes plus, but this guy in front of the camera, he doesn't look anything without his outfit on. He's more than balding. He looks like he's been one of those commercials for hair clip. He's like every country artists underneath the cowboy hat, a ball. That's right. I've got a problem Ruby she made
The Mystery Of Houska Castle
"The most famous legend about host castle says it was built over a gateway to hell if that's true. Unfortunately there's no way to prove it. The question of whether a fiery afterlife exists is better left to theologians and philosophers but host gay isn't the only place that allegedly hides a portal to the underworld take for example. The stole cemetery. Otherwise known as america's most evil graveyard. It's a burial plot in remote. Kansas on the surface it's a bleak creepy looking necropolis. But according to legend it's much more just beyond the graveyard an abandoned church looms over the headstones and grassy walkways. Perhaps at one time it was elegant and beautiful but any hints of its old majesty have long since faded away by the nineteen nineties all that remained or a few crumbling brick walls without a roof. The church is significant because it supposedly sits atop a gateway to hell local legends says that in eighteen fifty lucifer himself emerged from the underworld afterward. Rumors suggested satan would rise in the graveyard twice a year. Once at midnight on the spring equinox and again on halloween and for decades locals apparently gathered for parties to watch the devils entrance only to be disappointed year after year when he never showed but while there may not be any satanic sightings inexplicable events have happened around stole cemetery in. It's church for example even though it doesn't have a roof the house of worship is said to always stay dry. Even when it rains people have reported seeing floating lights shadowy figures that vanish into nothing in rings of flame that appear out of nowhere these fires hovering the air. Even though there's no visible fuel source to keep them let you may be tempted to visit stole and see these phenomena for yourself if so you're out of luck rowdy. Crowds in supernatural enthusiasts. Repeatedly caused property damage forcing the owners to close the cemetery to the public in two thousand and two. The property managers demolished the church. It wasn't structurally sound and as far as we can tell. This destruction didn't unleash any demons upon the world which suggests the stories were just add stories but stole cemetery isn't the only alleged portal to the underworld in sunny southern california the la suburb of pasadena secret that surprisingly dark. The aptly named devil's gate dam was constructed in nineteen twenty two control flood waters coming down from the san gabriel mountains. The structure was named after a nearby odd-looking rock formation that vaguely resembles a horned devil face but before the dam was even built dark myths and legends suggested this stony shapes weren't the only demonic influence in the region in the nineteen forties. A man named jack. Parsons became convinced. That the devil's gate dam held other worldly power today. Corson's is famous for being one of the founders of the jet propulsion laboratory but he was also an occultist who belonged to alastair crawley's mystical secret society or does temporally orientalists. If you're interested we've covered croly and order tempe oriented extensively in our show secret societies but for our purposes. Here all you need to know is crowley was an extremely controversial occultist and magician once labelled the wickedest man in the world and he allegedly referred to the devil's gate dam as one of the seven gates of hell giving cronies association with the area. It comes as no surprise that parsons is said to have performed magic rituals at the devil's gate but some believe persons may have opened a portal to another dimension or to the afterlife itself. This sounds difficult to believe. But there's evidence to suggest that something strange was happening in around the dam in nineteen fifty-six a thirteen year old boy and an year old girl both went missing while biking through the area.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces new calls to resign as harassment investigation looms
"For New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to step down now that a third woman is accusing him of sexual harassment. Here's more from correspondent Marla Diamond. 33 year old and Iraq tells The New York Times she met Andrew Cuomo at a 2019 wedding, where he put his hand on her bare back When she removed it, He cupped her face asking if he could kiss her rock says the governor made her uncomfortable and embarrassed. CBS News analyst Leonard Stein Horns says anything short of an exoneration would doom Cuomo's political future if he abused the power of his office to pressure or cajole age into a sexual relationship with him. He then joins a notorious list of meat. Abusers and like them, he may be forced to resign his position and leave public life and disgrace. Cuomo is the nation's longest serving governor. New York's attorney general, says she could now open it investigation into Cuomo. Cuomo's office has told all state employees to cooperate with the review, and it says the governor will not get weekly updates on the investigation, even though he is entitled to them.
Third woman accuses Governor Cuomo of harassment as state AG officially launches investigation
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment and there are growing calls for him to resign. New York's attorney general has been empowered to launch an independent investigation if more women come forth in the days ahead. It may be game over. CBS News political analyst Leonard Stein Horns says Cuomo has faced criticism before sexual harassment goes far beyond this and takes his reputation to a completely new level. Homo has acknowledged some of his behavior may have been insensitive and misinterpreted. Steve
Third woman accuses Governor Cuomo of harassment as state AG officially launches investigation
"Forward to accuse New York governor the Democrat Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. New York's attorney general has been empowered to launch an independent investigation if more women come forth in the days ahead. It may be game over. CBS News political analyst Leonard Stein Horns says Cuomo has faced criticism before sexual harassment goes far beyond this and takes his reputation to a completely new level. Homo has acknowledged some of his behavior may have been insensitive and misinterpreted. Steve Futterman,
High court inclined to expand warrantless entry into homes
"The supreme court's indicating it might agree to expand the circumstances in which a police officer can enter a suspect's home without a warrant in previous cases the court had said an officer in hot pursuit of a suspect believed to have committed a felony can enter the home without a warrant if the suspect had gone inside but a California case now under review involves a misdemeanor in twenty sixteen an officer tried to stop a driver who is playing loud music and honking his horn the man ignored the flashing lights and drove into his garage but the officer blocked the door from closing and eventually arrested the driver for do you why along with the noise of fence but the driver said his Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure had been violated several justices suggested would be problematic trying to make a distinction between a felony and misdemeanor in a warrantless entry a decision is expected this spring Jackie Quinn Washington
Los Angeles County Brewery, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During Pandemic
"Got a story rolling out in Lancaster and Steve, This isn't just a you know Another brewery. I think this is the oldest brewery in Lancaster is not true that I do not know. No, no, I do not know all he knows they've been there for a while, and they're very popular and there Very good people up there. I've been up there a few times and they're very, very nice people. But why would a woman or a man or anybody get pleasure since and shutting a guy down on Super Bowl Sunday at the you know, after 11 months of trying to scramble just to stay alive. Don't know. And I don't know what her motive was. I can only tell you that this is part and parcel to a lot of the complaints. I'm getting from business owners and restaurant owners about inspectors coming in having a bit of a god complex and coming in. Knowing they have the total power on then some of these restaurants that have been just like repeated targets of the health department where it's like I remember when Barbara for rare County Health Department director said, You know when I say Why is this happening that hammer because, well, we have 33,000 licensed restaurants in L. A county. And she says, You know, it's not. It's not easy to get to all of them like, well, no, because they're fixated on 20 of them, and they keep going back to these 20 over and over and over and over and over. And you know, and I think what happens is that you've got a lot of pushback from restaurant owners because they're like, you know, we've had it and you know, it's what happened with Tin Horn flats in here in Burbank. The place up in Agoura Hills. I think, um I can't remember the name of that place up there. But He was defiant of that also, and and I think that's what was going on with the county. The county is like, you know, they're not gonna back down. They're gonna put all their time. Money and resource is into teaching these people a lesson.
Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte
"Boston has lost another pioneering legend. Doris bundy died yesterday of cancer at her home. She was eighty-seven bundy was the first black woman elected to the state house of representatives and the first black woman to run the boston housing authority. She was also a mentor. And a friend to many including marie saint floor herself. A former massachusetts state representative now a principal at saint floor communications. Murray thanks for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Good to be with you to you. Marie you lost a friend and mentor. I'm sorry for your loss. How are you. i'm i'm i'm fine. I think that all of us who are women who were legislators lost the an amazing mentor in an amazing leader today and You know we know comes but when it comes you really feel it and you have regrets that you've stayed as connected as you'd like to have stayed connected in so yeah it's it's a sad day but i'm happy to be able to celebrate her life and i thank her family for sharing her with us all these years. When did you first meet her. And can you tell us a little bit about door. Spongy so i have to tell you. I was eleven years old when i first saw a bar. Doris bundy on television. Now i'll explain. And i think she had just eventually just become state right back in the old days. You only had one. Tv in the house and so you are watching whatever your parents were watching at that time and you here was this woman who was going in to become a state representative in this in in massachusetts as she grew up right in audit. You know she. She had been living in orchard park. I went to saint patrick's so was right down the street. Rama where i went to school every day. There was a sub shop at dudley. That used to walk so you knew you knew the area. So he was this woman who was essentially you know in in places that you identified walked. Who is now going to be in the in the halls of power mistake and she was this tall she was poised in. That was my first introduction. On then i became a state rep and i became a state rep and what i love about her. I did not respond the as an adult. And she reached out on my. I remember when i was running. Decided to run for office. There were a number of people. I spoke with and she offered her wisdom. I remembered when life got rough in the legislature. And i needed questions in that was seeking direction. She's a person that you pick up the phone and you could talk to. And she would share her wisdom. That that's how i remember her. And then she modeled a lot of the things that i think some of us tried to do. I'm once we were in office. What kind of modeling murray. So for me. Dr is modeled. What it meant onto work across the divides weather. It's across racial lines She she she modeled. That i mean you saw that in her work in the legislature. You saw that in her work in the boston housing authority. She was willing to listen. I mean the leadership of the boston housing authority. While she was there was predominantly white. She was she had a clear vision about what she wanted to elevate the rights of people of color in that space but she again She would probably she would call them on formidable adversaries but she was up to the challenge and she was willing to sit listen and work through it one of the things. I never observed due to demonize. That's not was not her style. She was firm to knew what she wanted to go and she left the table always with the door open that i learned from her. I really did. I get this sense marie that she was really tough. Steely she came to boston. According to the globe in nineteen fifty-three three with ninety eight cents to her name at one point. She really locked horns with boston. Mayor kevin white when she was at the boston housing authority. He was a formidable opponent. And in the end through the courts. She won her dispute with him about her leadership at the boston housing authority. She helped integrate Boston public housing. Did you see her as a as a tough woman. And did she model that for other black women leaders coming up behind her as well to me she was. She was smart and she was donations. And what. I appreciate about her that she stood in her power so yeah kevin white could have had his point of view. She had hers two and she believes she was right and she acted on it. Issue was not boastful. She just acted in did what she believed So yeah i think she was a formidable opponent but she but she worked to build consensus so she was acting with the support of those on She was representing so. Unfortunately i you know. I you know a mayor while at the time did not respect that she was tough event. She'd smile. I mean. I remember for me. Remember a smile you know and particularly when she wanted to probe you on something further because she knew there was more there and you could see it so she. She's she's not she she. You might misjudge because you look at or height and you then you see that. She's a woman and it would be to your detriment if you misjudge the staleness of her character on our intellect in her tenacity
A Conversation With Justin Trewitt of Dapper Woodworks about accessory storage.
"Today we're gonna talk with justin trae would of dapper woodworks love that name who's in texas. We're gonna talk about a category of menswear that the everyday man should have in their arsenal. We're going to talk about assessories storage. Jt in the building. How are you man what you rich. I'm i'm hanging in here. Based on the circumstances holding down here in texas. So yeah yeah. I'm sure you're holding it down at the dfw so before we go into our tobby please tell us. So what do you do what Yeah like you said. I'm just in a run. That road works. And what i do is i make search oriels source solutions and accessories. So basically what that is is the best ways that you can store your men's wear accessories so ties bites worse. Collor stays any sort accessory I've tried to figure out some way to create a sore solution for that Make other items such as a shoe horns lapel pins all sorts of bins. Were inspired woodworking. So it's just a fun side business for me. Got you accoutrements. Yes my grandpa's word. I'm borrowing it. So how has your brand your business been doing during cova. Justin and going crazy really took off last year. Which is insane. Considering the circumstances twenty twenty doubles revenue of what it was in nineteen so this is one of the person being in e commerce. Currently everybody that. I know of this in some sort of commerce. Business has been just the businessmen going crazy this year. I mean but of course everybody's shopping online more people aren't really going stores as much as people are getting everything. Online that includes men's word accessory stores things which i guess. If you're not wearing things much lately like ties in cesary meisel finalist store. So yeah it's a good point. I've got these ties. Debra what works sin. So that's so interesting that you you have been part of that wave and really kudos to you again. It's it's a blessing. Do you primarily. Because obviously you know i did research on you. Do you primarily operate through the shop. Fly collapse so. When i started out of a three years ago i started on I had an account on their sold things on there for a few months. I still have my seo industry in sales every once in a while them through there. But i knew pretty much immediately. I need to get my outweigh inside and so Start looking ecommerce. Platform shop was the best solution for my knees and has been one of the best decisions of may. Thro brand is getting and using java fai something cool absence stuff that i've added to the develop me sell products. Better off more options. So
White House aide resigns after reports he threatened reporter
"White. House spokesman tj duck. Low has resigned. He was initially suspended for subjecting a reporter to a sexist rant for a question about his relationship with another news reporter duck. Low has apologized calling his behavior of horned. The incident tested president. Biden's vow that the white house will have a respectful relationship with the press.
When Defending The Land Puts Your Own Life At Risk
"So emily why did you want to focus this story on. Columbia am the philippines. So remember that report i mentioned earlier. Yeah the one from global witness yes. So they're an ngo tracking threats against grassroots environmental actus subsistence farmers opposing mining tribal leaders condemning logging. Journalists lawyers organizers the un calls these folks environmental defenders and most of the murders that global witness documented took place in just two countries columbia and the philippines and in columbia indigenous communities are especially targeted. including the. Why you me known. His and nicole's piece this is on halacha or ortiz. A member of the y. You in northern colombia. In luck waheeda heater. We spoke over a secure video chat. She told me we raise our voice in defence of the territory and that the land is so much more than territories little walmart. It's wolman cup or mother. Earth where the why you pass on their culture to the next generation on halacha remembers being a little girl. When mining operations appeared dedicating the only stream the community had turning it into a better london. They have lan local on her community. Not only lost a source of water but a community meeting place where women would gather and do laundry and talk. Gauloise will come through and she became an activist because she doesn't want other communities to go through what she did. Okay so tell me a little bit about the activists work that unhealthy code does in columbia. So she is the secretary general of where side they mujeres y you mounting protests against mega mining projects in la guajira particularly. This project called l. said horn and what else to hone. That is the largest coal mine in latin america and it's right in her backyard. This is illegal operation owned by multinationals digging up coal that's exported to other countries but the practice of open pit mining. Mattie has proven really disruptive to the people who live there and harmful for the environment right. I know open pit. Mining can mess up local water resources absolutely and can create pollution that is physically harmful to communities that live nearby el cerro hone overall is really polarizing. Its construction has provided jobs and wealth to some in colombia for decades but it's also displaced indigenous and afro colombian communities forcing them from their lands without real resettlement consequently they are exposed to violence largely at the hands of paramilitary groups and criminal organizations groups that harass and target defenders like on helicopter who out against human rights abuses and environmental issues like those caused by the mine and this is on top of the violence. Colombians have already faced right. I mean. I know that colombia's kind of coming out of decades of conflict a conflict. Some say is an over because of armed groups still active in the region. And how does the government there respond to these attacks. Yeah that's a good question. I mean they often dismiss them as localized crimes and perpetrators are
Bobrovsky shines as Panthers edge Red Wings 2-1
"Record question that's a power play goal and adds an assisted the Panthers two to one win over the red wings the goal was the sixth of the season for horn Quist is fourth on the power play Florida also gets the second goal of the year from Alex Wennberg and a pair of assists by Jonathan Huberdeau as they improved their record to seven one and two Sergei Bobrovsky stops thirty one of thirty two Detroit shots to improve his record to four oh one one the lone red wings goal comes from Phillips the dina Thomas Greiss is the loser in that see his record fall to one eight and two Michael Reaves
FBI: Georgia 18-year-old assaulted officer in Capitol riot
"The Georgia teenager is one of those arrested in connection to the right of the U. S. capitol on January sixth Bruno Joseph Q. of Milton Georgia is eighteen years old authorities say he was arrested and accused of assaulting a federal officer during the attack on the U. S. capitol last month charges include obstruction of an official proceeding and violent entry an FBI criminal complaint said authorities received tips identifying Q. as one of the people seen in persons of interest posters the FBI says video from the Senate shows Q. a getting into a physical altercation with the U. S. capitol police plainclothes officer social media accounts from driving a truck with large trump flags blowing in the wind he was cited in December for violating the city's disturbance ordinance for speeding in a parking lot at an elementary school in blaring his horn while kids were in the area he was one of more than two hundred others charge so far in the siege on the capital I'm Jennifer king
"Unprecedented" What we know about the Capitol riot arrests
"Also have new reporting tonight. Investigation into the capital riot with former president. Trump's senate impeachment trial now just days away. What happened earlier that day is. Abc news now obtains new video. Showing trump confidante roger stone flanked by members of militia group. The day of the deadly siege at giancarl. Here tonight. i'm what else we've learned about the hours before the riots. Abc news has learned this house. Prosecutors prepare to make the case that donald trump is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. They're reviewing videos of trump associates. In the hours before the riot including this video from that morning i brought to light today by abc news. It shows longtime trump confidante roger stone who was pardoned by trump flanked by members of a militia group. So hopefully we have this today right. She'll say we shall see. We don't know what the men were referring to and stone has maintained that he played no role whatsoever in january sixth events and said quote. I had no advanced knowledge of the riot at the capitol. These men near stone clearly wearing the insignia of the keepers extremist group known to have been involved in the capital siege. The same manner later seen in news photographs that the capital confronting capitol police officers house prosecutors will attempt to convince senators that the president incited the riot with his words and actions. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore in this video shot by new yorker reporter luke wilson. Some of the rioters make it clear. They believe they're carrying out the wishes of donald trump jacob chan's lead the arizona man who wore face paint and horns and who allegedly left a note on the vice president's desk toy matter time justice he's coming says that he was there because president trump wanted him there. He walked down constitution avenue and entered the capital. He was there at the invitation of end request of our president of the one hundred. Eighty two accused rioters facing federal charges for their involvement in the capital riot. Abc news has identified more than a dozen who have said they were just doing what. President trump wanted them to do like jenna ryan of texas. Who told station. tv t. I thought i was following my president. I thought i was following what we were called to do. Other alleged garrett miller seen here on surveillance video inside the capitol said in a statement released by his lawyer quote. I believe i was following. The instructions of former president trump. His attorney says miller now regrets his actions on january sixth and that they were a misguided effort to show support for
Former Commissioner Ray Kelly on the state of crime and law enforcement in New York City
"All right, Calvin McCullough glide heavy with us. I don't think there's any question that we in the New York City tri State area, particularly those of us that love and use the city on a regular basis. Have had, um have had some some really strong concerns about you know the trend of things in the last couple of years. And as we were kind of kicking off this new year, even though we're Ah, month into it, I wanted to stop and pause for some discussions of where we're at and what we're facing by way of the, uh, next season, if you will, in terms of what we're gonna be dealing with a particularly from the law, inform enforcement perspective and I'm so honored to have Former commissioner Ray Kelly. Back with us, you know that he has served this city on other cities s so well and he has done such a good job for America in some some really tough times. But, um, uh, Commissioner. It's always good to have you with us. Thanks for being back now the CEO of the Guardian Group, um and congrats to your son. For all the success he's having over on Newsmax these days. I just It's really quite cool to see the good guy win. In the in the narrative of big media these days. You gotta be a proud papa. Well, I certainly am and thank you for having me Kevin. But, yes, I'm very proud of great. Uh, he's in somebody great things in his wife on and now he's I think he came to my recognition for a lot of the talents that I believe he has a well deserved. Let's put it that way. A commissioner. We sat at a at a dinner party for the Catsimatidis is a couple of years ago, and at that time we had no idea that pandemic was going to come. We had no real idea that bail reform was gonna have the impact that it's had. And I'm just curious. Is your surveying where our city is at here in the early portion of 2021. What do your thoughts about what we are facing from a law enforcement perspective for this year? Well, it certainly has been a terrible year for New York City with the pandemics and of course, with the increasing in crime. Um Azzawi, look over the horizon or try to look over the horizon. Unfortunately on Very pessimistic about Lucy changing in crime. I think we're going to get past this time. Then it had some issues as far as the vaccinations to some, but that'll all be worked out. And hopefully by at least the fall. Uh, we can look at it in the review mirror. But crime is another another matter after the death of George florid There was a sea change in in law enforcement go actually some of the changes that occurred before the good for, But there's no question about it that American law enforcement certainly in New York City. You put on its back foot, the proactive strategy that worked So well in the past to reduce car and really throughout another for a good part of three decades, no longer being being prepped, we can see, you know, murder rates going up in the next 35 largest cities. In this country anywhere from 40 to 60%, New York They were up last year over, you know, 40%. So the question is, Will things change down the road? I don't see any drivers and things that will bring about a significant change in the posture of Lauren Force Mint, Then I believe that crime is up because off The backing, walk of blowing force and liking off the police agencies, basically because their political eagles have told them to back off. And that's sort of where we are in New York City we've seen, you know, increases that city last year 40% of murders on the standard for 10 shooting. Ourselves up over 60% You know those 40. Horns are things that could be difficult to turn around unless we see proactive policing sort of re emerged as a strategy in the city and other cities. Commissioner Shea just this week revealed that I think it's upwards of 90% of gun arrests of people that have been arrested for guns are back out on the street and have access to the guns again. And I'm curious. I mean, yeah, The proactive policing is part of it. But isn't it also the lack of any judge being really able to hold people that is also creating the kind of The kind of bold like they're not really going to do anything to me attitude that the criminals are able to get away with. Absolutely, I mean soul is part of a sort of a mosaic. Yeah. Letting criminals free penalizing the police reaction on the part of the police is not to engage. And that's why we see are really wild Connors. Yes, of course. Playing a role yet they are reformed playing room. Yes s so It is not one to take your issue, but it's a serious that Of changes that have been brought about, as they say in New York City. But also toe was excess nationwide that have important that the backing off
Man who wore horns at riot willing to speak at Trump's trial
"The suspect who took part in this month's U. S. capitol insurrection shirtless and wearing horns is being offered as a potential witness in Donald trump's impeachment trial Jacob Chancey of Arizona stood out among the mob with a furry hats spawning horns out of his head in a red white and blue painted face and no shirt the self proclaimed Q. anon shaman charged with civil disorder and a number of violations told investigators he went to the capitol at the request of then president Donald Trump who had summoned patriots chancellor's lawyer says he wants his client to have a chance to tell senators he was incited by trump and now that the former president refused to grant a pardon chance Lee and others feel betrayed prosecutors allege chan's Lee had a spear attached to a flag he was carrying and left a threatening note for Mike pence Jackie Quinn Washington
"horning" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Horning dead at the age of 84 to golf. The 2020 Masters. It's late in round two play suspended at Augusta, Georgia because of the weather delay back on Thursday, so 40 plus golfers will have to finish their second rounds Saturday morning. Abraham Answer Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas. And Dustin Johnson completed 36 holes at nine under 1 35. They have the lead with sports on your home of the Bears. Dave Kerner, NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM. WBBM news time 11 48 traffic and weather together on the eight years Mike Alison, we're gonna start with the Stevenson. We're inbound. You're just fine. But I'll pound your heavy from cast before the Mont due to a crash. It's 20 minutes for the tri state, but 39 out to 3 55 back to the evens. You're clear in both directions. No delays on the outbound Kennedy in bounds a little slow past Nagel to the junction due to some overnight roadwork in the left lane. Thea Pawn. Eisenhower's In the clear, inbound Slow from Ashland to the Jane Byrne interchange Do two more roadwork. 32 minutes round 3 92 Downtown again Album Stevenson Heavy from Castor before the Montague A crash 39 minutes out to 3 55. I 55 North bound your slows your Approaching route 1 13 due to construction on the Dan Ryan up on your clear inbound Just slow from 18 to the Jane Byrne interchange. No delays on 57 or the Ford Later, Dr. All lanes are blocked both directions at the Chicago River for some overnight construction. You can use Columbus as an alternate looking at the Tollway's The Tri State North bound your heavy from the Hinsdale away sister before Ogden due to a crash south and also seeing a pretty heavy, you capers delay As you approach the scene, the rest of two always air checking in fine and looking at northwest Indiana. We have no delays to report Next traffic report at 11 58 on NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 FM, The WBBM AccuWeather forecast tonight clear skies and cold blows from 20 across from suburbs to 28 along the lakefront tomorrow. Some early sunshine.
"horning" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"For him in a couple of his first nine, so Lots. Lots of guys 900 right now leading the tournament, but lots to have to try to, um, you know, get accomplished over these next couple of days. Obviously, tomorrow is moving day. And you know, like I said, I'm curious to see how they're gonna finish all of this up. I mean, obviously, with a bunch of the field that that is gone. They shouldn't have too much of a problem. But Um, you know, they've been cutting him off by about 5 30 in the evening as far as, um as far as them assed far as him, you know, finishing play and things like that They sound the air horn and And that's uh that's how they do it. So we'll talk to her body will great coming up formally The golf channel now doing some stuff with the with NBC sports and stuff and their golf covered, so we'll talk to him coming up. At 8 20. A few things to get into here. As we get started Number one. We lost one of the great Football player. Personality characters in the game of football of all time today is Paul Horning passed away and you want to know about a guy who lived a full life. You're talking about a guy who Uh, coming out of Louisville, Kentucky. He played it. Notre Dame. He played for Green Bay Packers and Vince Lombardi. You know, obviously he was a wild man, you know, behind the scenes. I know Mike Bell till the sovereign might tell that story before years ago. On the radio, actually member when it happened when when Paul was here, and he told the story, um but still just By every account and everybody that you hear, you know, He's a real guys guy, A real man's man accomplished so much, You know, it's interesting. He, of course Heisman Trophy winner At Notre Dame, and in fact, you know his Heisman spurred a lot of controversy because Notre Dame that year I want to say Notre Dame that year was like Two and six or something like that. They were dreadful. They were a really bad team, and he won the Heisman and a lot of lot of it has to do with the fact that When guys came back the following year, if you were, like, second or third of the Heisman, and usually if you were second in the Heisman the year before. It was almost Ah, Fate accompli that you were gonna win the Heisman the next year, assuming that He didn't fall off a cliff for you didn't disappear. He didn't get hurt. For the season. It was almost kind of a rite to passage that the runner up would win the Heisman the following year. Well, When that happened with Paul Horning, Um the guy who did not win the Heisman was Jim Brown of Syracuse. And that's famously where you had a Dick Schapp, who never voted again for the Heisman because he was so upset about the fact that Jim Brown should have been the Heisman Trophy winner. That year, and he didn't win it. And Paul Horning, who was still a great player, but still a guy that was on a dreadful football team ended up winning it. And so there was a lot of controversy that surrounded All of that horning. By the way, when you talk about playing at Notre Dame, I mean, he played quarterback flanker running back wide receiver. He also punted. He also kicked Seriously. He was a punter and kicker. He would return punts and kid. I mean, he did everything defensive back of think it was his where his position was on the dean. He did everything. That's what guys did back in those days. Of course, one of the colorful characters of all time. Yeah, I wish you would've got a chance to meet him. But by all accounts is truly one of the guys. Guys and man's man's You know, of all time lived a hell of a life. So our A P to one of the great Uh, you know, professional football player, collegiate professional football players ofall time in in Paul Horning, Um, the SEC is going to use they voted today. To use the S E. C championship Saturday as makeup day for some of these games that are getting canceled. Now, um There's a lot and I don't know if one Saturday's enoughto make all these things up, and then obviously to some of these games how you gonna make it up? I mean, you have For instance, you have. L s U Alabama. Nellis, you Florida. And right now, Florida Alabama, You know, for the S E. C championship game. So ls she was looking at two games and it's not gonna be able to try to make up so I was that all gonna happen? Won't start coming up with the top of the next hour because There's some rumor and innuendo about Well, the playoff committee push things back. Bob Bowlsby, you know, supposedly made some comments. He's always shoot his mouth off about dumb things that he shouldn't But talk about whether or not the playoff may start. Love it later, the boat the bigs, the New Year six of the bull, the Big Six Bowl games. If they end up, you know, getting pushed back as well for all of it, So we'll talk about that coming over the top of the hour, but Um, the SEC voted to use that Saturday's makeup date. I don't know what they really accomplish by all this. Like I said, L A. She's got two games against both teams that are expected to be In the S E. C championship game, Barring some kind of Crazy, You know, crazy losses that those three teams you know would have. I mean, Florida think that's lose twice for somebody else to get in. At this point, Alabama think would have to lose probably three times. I mean, Yeah. So I guess I guess maybe twice because they have because a and M's only got the one loss to Alabama. So basically, it would have to lose twice to get a in them in, um over it. So both teams that have to lose twice before You'd even get somebody else in the S E C championship game, so we'll see what happens. But that's what they voted on today, now, also to historic news today, as the Miami Marlins hired the first female general manager In baseball history on I apologize. I do not know how to pronounce her Last name. Is it in N? G. Kim K. I am a first name and G is the last thing she becomes the first female general manager. In the history of baseball 51 year old um Guess it says her bio. Her father died when she was 11, American born and of Chinese descent, but above above is trying to see what Um She's done. Um, all kinds of stuff in her career. She actually is known Derek Jeter. For I guess. Over 20 years she was an assistant GM for Brian Cashman with the Yankees. You know for several years, so Pretty cool stuff. I mean, you know, this is a franchise that has a lot of challenges, right? I mean, they are a franchise that you know, obviously accomplished a lot for them. This year kind of coming out of nowhere, at least finding a playoff spot. Now, of course, this being an expanded playoff was why they ended up getting themselves in. Don Mattingly found himself was the manager of the year. Uh, this year, but congratulations to her. You know, that's that's a great thing And, you know, just show you how things are changing in the mindset of how things were changing, whether it's announcers and G M's and things like that. So Hey, listen, you know, I mean, good for her and good for them, and let's see how it works out. At the end of the day, she'll be evaluated her performance just like anybody else. It won't matter who she is.
"horning" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"They they have somebody on their team who trains people to write and perform five minute comedy set and what this does even people who have stage fright even people who the last thing they want to do is get on stage and park in front of people. What this allows them to do is talk out things that annoy them talk about things that make them angry and everybody's doing it. So it creates a sense of connection between people rather than. One person gets hired for a certain job and they're the only person that's going to do it. That's going to create. That's going to create toxic society even though the intent is good, you know it's good that the intended result isn't positive. So they create a group shared experience. And kind of build the culture around that, which which is, I think it's one of the coolest things that I've ever seen I. Mean as far as you know what? When Corporation does I think it's I. Think it's funny that our education system. It trains us to work alone it trains because we test alone ranked individually, and then there were thrust into a workplace where we have to know how to work together as well. We weren't trained for this and I think that's that's silly. So creating shared experiences, we're all doing this together is much more positive. Then then you know individual contests and that's where the politics come into play. That's where the backstabbing comes into play. That's where the gossip comes into play. So so trying to find ways to. Create. New Humor programs individually is not as positive as in a group setting. Yeah that's great. That's great. So you know it's just been a fantastic conversation with David talking about humor in the workplace and you know we talked about the work landscape and how many aspects of it are not positive for a lot of people in May, some ways in which you can help, and also just some good do's and don'ts around incorporating humor into the workplace into leadership. So this is fantastic David I'll let you have some final words any other things that you'd like to share with our audience and also let people know where they can get a hold of you or learn more about what you do. I always say, don't try to do everything at once. This is you know incorporating. As. Faux Pas as humor has been in the workplace into your workplace. All at once is not going to work. You'RE GONNA get met with resistance. It's little gradual changes or it's if you. If you feel like you're surrounded by curmudgeon, find that one person who who brightens up other people may find that one person who can always find laughing in the workplace and spend more time with them try to kind of. Pick up on what they're seeing and how and how they get through the workday especially in a stressful situation like we're in now. No matter. What the situation is, there's always a different way to look at first and foremost get out life looking at life as though you're behind the camera on the set of a movie. If you're not getting the shot, you want all you gotta do some move the camera and humor is kind of life hack in doing that. I think I mean that's. I mean that's my partying word of advice I if you start to feel stressed or angry. Realized that you feel extracts or angry but realize also that there is another way to look at it. There is something funny there. You don't have to know what it is but just knowing that that is their gives you power over that external circumstance. Fantastic. So where can people find you on the web or how can they get a hold of you? my my website my. Watercooler comedy dot. Org You can also find me at David Warning Comedy Dot Com I'm a the David Horning on twitter..
"horning" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Hey said today we're talking about humor in the workplace with David Horning. We're going to talk about the work landscape why humor helps and how to and how not to incorporate humor into the workplace in leadership. That's right. That's right. So excited about this before I, tell you a little bit about David Horning David just say hi Oh hi I'm David Awesome Very David has a rather unique background. He combines his eight years of comedy and a passion for Positive Psychology on a mission to transform place culture. He does a lot of speaking of that area and he's done a Lotta speaking with companies such shirt brands. He's unsure talks disrupt hr where he combines kind of his fun approach with other things related to traditional leadership to help organizations and leaders out there. He's also the founder and chief experience officer of Water Cooler comedy a company that offers keynote presentations, corporate comedy shows, and Humor Leadership Training he also continues to perform standup wherever work takes them be it at the new. York Comedy Festival, the Cleveland Comedy Festival, and at clubs all over the United States. So he I do WanNa mention since I am a northeast Ohio Person He is in northeast Ohio he's a clevelander which is great and also in twenty twenty he launched his podcast you can't laugh at that which explores the INS and outs of humor theory stand up comedy and joke writing to determine what makes audiences on his laugh at touchy topics so David Hoarding Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks man thanks for having me this I've been looking forward to this for awhile I didn't sleep last night I've just been drinking coffee and.
"horning" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"In two thousand, seventeen, a man named Mahmoud tally visited the Haddassah Medical Center in Jerusalem the forty two year. Old Palestinian. kept his hands covered in cloth as he waited for the hospitals head micro vascular surgeon Dr. Michael. Chernow. sqi nervously Mahmoud and wrap the cloth to reveal his hands. They were covered with hundreds of small cutaneous horns. It looked like gray and white barnacles growing on his skin mood suffered from epidermal displeasure Bruce 4-ms nicknamed Tree Man Syndrome by the media. Only six hundred people are diagnosed with this disease each year. According to the National Institutes of Health Tree Man Syndrome is an inherited condition associated with chronic HP infection. In patients can develop hundreds or even thousands of wards all over their bodies unfortunately from a mood many of his wards also developed into these cutaneous horns when Mahmoud with doctor. Chernov Ski. It had been more than a decade since he was able to freely touch his wife's cheek or play with his kids. His hands were constantly irritated and he was afraid of being seen in public Mahmoud told Dr Chenovsty that this hospital was his last stop. He had visited doctors all over Egypt and Jordan some even recommended amputating his hands. But Mahmoud knew there had to be a better solution he begged her Naski for a miracle. Doctor. tournus. Gi assembled a team of surgeons orthopedist and neurologists. They subjected Mahmoud to dozens of blood tests x rays and cat scans trying to get a map of where each growth was and how deep they went. Then in a grueling multi hour surgery, Cherkasky and his team removed thousands of lesions from all over a moods body they stripped all the skin from his hands and grafted it with skin from other locations. Unfortunately Mahmoud's lesions win factious and Dr. Naski hadn't gotten them all several months after he was discharged Mahmoud return to. Jer Nas key with fresh growths. The virus had even spread to new areas of his body. Dr Tuna Sqi operated on Mahmoud Four more times over the next two years. He was determined to remove every last lesion from a mood body to prevent it from spreading further eventually sure now, skis work was successful. Mahmoud was able to hold his wife's hand again, he could finally hug his children in two thousand, nineteen. Mahmoud. told an interviewer after years of suffering and solitude I can finally live a normal life. except. The battle was not over for my mood. There was no cure for his genetic mutation and his HPV couldn't be radically with drugs. When the infection flared up his lesions returned, he would spend the rest of his life trying to tackle the virus and it's heartbreaking symptoms. Mahmoud was an extraordinary case, but he and all the others living with cutaneous horns faced the same emotional turmoil the same uncomfortable stares and whispers and surgery only seemed to work temporarily. A permanent fix felt like a distant hope not to mention the origins of cutaneous horns ran the gamut. Margaritas came from a tumour Shamans from a bump on the head Mahmoud's from a rare genetic mutation. Logically. These patients appeared to have nothing in common except their horns but a connection was there lying just beneath the surface of the skin? Coming up, we'll take a closer look at what cutaneous horns are made of. This episode is brought to you by Siemens USA in today's current climate spanning healthcare economic and societal crises. There's a reason people are fearful for the future, but moments of crisis can make us stronger and provide us powerful opportunities to create the future we want. 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That's why it's so soft their thousand dollar quality but start at just one hundred and sixty dollars plus you can sleep on them for a month. risk-free restrictions may apply seople andbranch DOT COM for details. That's B. O. L. L., andbranch DOT COM. Now. Back to the story. Cutaneous Horns can arise from a number of seemingly unrelated conditions, warts, injuries, and insisted tumors to name a few despite what triggered a person's horns they all seem to be made of the same thing back in seventeen ninety one Dr Everard home was preoccupied with the link between horns and insisted tumors. He also discovered that some tumors produced tufts of hair. This was common in the animal kingdom as well. Specifically sheep who displayed fragments of wool inside of their tumors through this connection home came to another breathtaking revelation. He found that human horns grew the same way that rhinoceros horns did. Rhinos are unique in the animal kingdom because their horns art attached to the skull. Instead they grow directly out of the skin just like the growth in homes patients based on these observations home noticed that sheep's will rhino horns and human hair were all made of the same substance, a complex molecule known as Carrollton..
"horning" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"For years ago when he got screwed again. Trump is such an interesting cat on so many different levels that was just him like thinking through his actual thoughts. Yes. You should probably pick Bernie she might want you to pick. I'm sure he actually thinks that he might be right. Just. Weird that he discusses things like that hand front of a big clan crowd. In the cigarette capital of America Winston Salem. Is that where they had that big giant warehouse was that states the states villa's like between the highway in Winston Salem? As I recall there's this gigantic tobacco superstore that it's like one of your Super Walmarts, but it's all tobacco product. Yeah and you can smoke in there. Obviously. Yeah. And the humidor the cigar section systems like, AH, the size of a PETCO and it was all cigar recall I always describe it as like A. Gymnasium. Yeah. Full of cigars and giant rolling ladders that went up to the ceiling to bring down the Gar. You want a niece walked around smugglers. Incredible. Oh, they're big crop. Crop North Arlington like no. At the time no tobacco taxes on it. So if you're a cigar enthusiasts I moved out to California when I was still smoking cigars and. Cigar that would cost me like twenty dollars in California like four fifty in the Carolinas. It's one of the reasons I quit that and you know the obvious we lived in Charlotte for awhile and they caught onto us in ranch Outta town These guys I'm town. So many towns have and stay. I don't know if I've got the sand to live through another Bob Woodward? Book? Cycle. Find Kurds Jack find courage I like his books I believe in his reporting I think practically everything he writes is nailed down. And if something new comes out he, he explains it I but he always gets killed by whoever's writing about crowd when he was writing about. Clinton he's a right winger, a liar who hates Democrats when he's right about Bush is a liberal brought down Nixon. He's GonNa try to do the same to Bush and then Barack Obama starting books about Obama he's a right when you can't trust me now he's writing about trump. So he's a left-wing lunatic and everything's light so and I I think everything is always turned out to be. pretty dead on. Anyway he's got a new book that's coming out and what happens with these Bob Woodward books is the DC crowd picks out the stuff that's favorable to their narrative and and discusses it. Endlessly or the best gossip to or the best of an nobody ever reads the book and he certainly never pointed out the other stuff for instance, the last Woodward Book, which I actually read I actually read these books there is a whole chapter on. How clearly trump was. Moved and disturbed by soldiers dying in combat and the hours he would spend on the phone with their families and how broken up he would be and tears in his eyes and he'd meet these people in private and going to the hospital and visited with wounded soldiers. None of that stuff made the made the news no quotas interested in that side of trump. Nobody's got the courage and I'm I mean people on the right and nobody nobody the courage to take a full Persona. It's got to be. Cartoon character right. oversimplified cartoonish. Yeah. Yeah. Well, this part of my like part of them I don't whether you're talking about Obama. Whoever drives me crazy but anyway so little drips and drops her coming out of the Woodward Book today starting today it's GonNa make me sane. I like this one though. Trump told Woodward. About. A nuclear nuclear facility. A secret nuclear weapons system that we had this is from Woodward's book in the midst of reflecting upon how close the United States had come in twenty seventeen to war with North Korea trump revealed I have built a nuclear weapon system that nobody's ever had in this country. Before we have stuff that you haven't even seen or heard about we have stuff that Putin and I have never heard about before there's nobody what we have is incredible. Woodward writes that anonymous sources later confirmed that the US military had a secret new weapon system, but they would not provide details at the sources are surprised trumpet disclosed that you're. Speaking of a full portrait of a man occasionally he I. Don't know speaks without considering his words I find myself quite curious as to what this new nuclear wet nuclear weapons system is that nobody's ever heard of or thought over whatever what it is when we got. Nuclear bullets sounds cool. You got a gun that shoots like nuclear forty, five caliber slugs. Anybody shooting them would die. Sending you put it on an arc few miles away. As long as you're, up wind. So just to pay this off the Wall Street Journal has Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, he wrote an op Ed today, he wants to make the Senate great again. One of the biggest reasons, Congress gives away its power to the executive branches that it's politically expedient for both parties to avoid the decisions that come from the work of legislating. Yes. This is without a doubt trump lawmakers are obsessed with staying in office, and one of the easiest ways to keep getting reelected is by avoiding hard decisions we ought to you know immigration socialsecurity just endless list, right? We ought to propose a constitutional amendment to limit every senator to one term, we should double it from six to twelve years. Senators who don't have to worry about short-term popularity can work instead of long-term work. Instead on long-term Challenges, you know I knew there was a current topic to Tim Scott can't get police reform through the Senate. Because he can't get well for two reasons the Democrats want the issue in November and if they solve the issue, they won't have the issue, and secondly there are tough decisions to be made their controversial decisions to be made. That, will disappoint the far left in perhaps the far right and no, they're not gonNA do that. So they argue they pretend that they're trying to solve it but they never do and they get reelected abortion. He makes a hell of a point abortions. One that makes me crazy. There's overwhelming support for severe restrictions on on. Second and third trimester abortions. Overwhelming support. Yep. There's there's overwhelming support for a woman having the right to choose in the first trimester. That doesn't square with either party's goals. To be all in on stated yeah, and and so you. So you don't get what the people want. What the people want is they don't want women to be able to get an abortion. Late. In the pregnancy. Okay. A majority are okay with. Early on yeah. So why can't we have laws reflect that right? Because they want the issue they don't want the solution that people are asking for similar to immigration. As we've said, many times in look it up and Gallop like ninety percent of people want the border secure it's not even close there's almost nobody does want to scare the borders now but if you gave that away as an issue and where are you right right? Yeah now so politics works actually think people wise up to but. These these folks, these politicians they're smart, and they're good at their jobs and part of their job is to Yankee or on by your nose like you're some sort of state fair hog. Politics is so dumb and so grubby, and now that the government is so gigantic and powerful it's so important. which is it's a bad combination. Back when it was stupid and Grubby. In shameful but really you could live your life and not worry about politics much. That's fine. He mentioned being yanked around by your nose. Yes. Like a hog. Yes. with piercings bother you like if you're looking at somebody talking among young people today with all their piercings. There are a number. The CHENDO. Never really caught on the way. Now some people were afraid it would five or saw in personally might vomit Yeah. I don't now Have you ever seen a picture of one of those, Sean, the Chindo. Ver- I'm not sure the the exact ones you're referring to, but I'm familiar with the concept. You got a hole in your like your not your lip, but you're low below window. Yeah. It's a window in your Chin Chin. I is there one particular. Bothers you the only two that really get to me are the one through the middle of the knows that just gives me pain it like doesn't make me not worried about your anything like that. It's just looks so painful. Yeah. Stretchy. Ear lobes bother me just because I find that Kinda gross look too. Yeah. I've I've known some people who I like to have that it's not a good look. It's not a good idea but you know I've made plenty of bad decision nobody knows bar or though. I actually somebody I love and care about a great deal has one of those knows bars and it. Didn't hurt yes. You're talking about your Wifi. So Judy. Now. She is unbe pierced except for her ears as far as I can tell Yeah. That one bothers me there's The the little stunt on the side of your nose just looks like a pimple or something to me usually. Yeah. Yeah. I've seen like the bar across the bridge of the nose. It's a weird one. Oh, whole. That's a bone. Through there there's there's some spinach there. I guess you get some loose skin right? There is no problem. The sides you get the right drill bit and you oud. In Fine I did see guy with horns fairly recently really yeah. That's a well adjusted young man. Yeah. I was in line he had a mostly shaven head where like really really short hair you'd have to keep your hair short. What's the point of getting horns if you got hair that covers various at one? Should when? Keeps her shaved down as you know to hide yeah. She's a sawn of spawn of Satan for her horns. Comfort goes without saying now, what do they do with the horns? They implant some sort of like little knowledgeable. Yeah. Under your skin I don't I don't know how it works exactly. I haven't looked into it because I think it's insane I hope it brings those people the happiness they're seeking and. It's almost guaranteed not to, and they're almost guaranteed to be from troubled homes abused whatever the desperately trying to find themselves a sense of themselves in it. It's usually a sad fairly pathetic I I i. hope that is a meaningful step on their journey to self discovery. Even if it's not alternately there and charitably said their, you oughta wear a halo that isn't that you know irreversible like you know a meth habit or something. I'd rather if you know I'd rather if a loved one is working through this process hopefully, get healthy they they get the not the Jindo. You know one of your painful. Piercings or something like that or maybe horns than you know start the meth. Habit. Right, in terms of dealing with it. I don't think there are that many people running around with like many tattoos, piercings and horns who aren't also indulging in substances because they're self medicating. I'll bet there's a pretty ample crossover there probably. Yeah. Yeah. Don't do drugs kids the floppy ear lobe colleges for. The floppy ear lobe thing is just Well. People often regretted to get plastic surgery stretching body parts. I was going to get into the Tattoo removal business at one point because you don't need a medical training, you just need the machine. Sander a two day training process you. Laser. Burns. Quiet down stick your arm near it's my capstick, your calf in their. Stick whatever you want here I got another. 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"horning" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I need a red acting on behalf of Russell Backpack Kid. Horning filed a lawsuit because of the game using the floss dancing move, which horning had made famous in an airing of Saturday night Live. Katy Perry was playing a song and she Through a whole lot of focused toward horning who then did the floss dance? It went totally viral and became a huge mim of itself. Here's the thing he didn't invent that dance. You can just do a quick search on YouTube. And you will find there are lots of videos that well predate that Saturday Night Live performance one going all the way back to 2010. Of people doing that dance. So my guess is that particular lawsuit won't go very far. Ultimately, once they're able to show that This kid didn't create that dance and that while that that particular citing that live episode might have elevated everyone's awareness of the floss. It's not like that kid hasn't a claim to ownership of the dance. The cases, however, bring up a question. Can a dance be copyrighted? Can you copyright dance moves? As of the recording of this podcast, that remains is pretty unanswered Question and also learn. A lot of people point out that there's a long history of Of various artists doing dances and making the famous and profiting from them without having actually invented them. Beyonce has lifted lots of dances from from films. Michael Jackson did not invent the moonwalk, but he sure did make it famous. So I'm not sure That this particular argument will go much further. However, it has led to a lot of people criticizing epic games in a fortnight for taking content or taking performances. And not crediting the people who originally made those performances famous. So let's sum up Fortnight. It's a video game that was conceived in 2011. And shown off way too early Epic games, has admitted they talked about this game far too early in the process. It didn't go into a closed Alfa until 2014 transition to a closed beta in 2015 and stayed that way until going in tow early access as a player versus environment survival game in 2017. That you'd have to actually purchase later that year, a new variant that was free to play and one that closely resembled another game. Came out propelled the entire title into the spotlight, and now it is a true phenomenon. The fortnight tracker Network currently tracks more than 57,500,000 players of the game. Some estimates for the total number of players across all platforms runs as high as 80 million. No epic uses its own game launcher on the PC rather than going through valves Steam service, which does allow for tracking That means epic doesn't have to share revenue with valves because they're not selling their game or using valves. Steam service for that purpose, and the popularity of fortnight has allowed epic to launch its own video game store to rival steam. And that big is offering up incentives like a lower revenue cut than what valve demands for featuring games in its store. That's also offering up other incentives. So if a developer uses epics unreal engine they get more bonus is for Listing their game in epics Game store. Now Some gamers might complain that for night isn't a quote unquote serious game. Or maybe that it lifts too many features from other sources without credit, or that they are playing in steam. And because steam is the established video game store that irritates people. Personally, I think that competition is always a good thing. But there's no denying that the game has become an enormously powerful force in pop culture in general and gaming, in particular as the company's name of tests. It is truly epic. At some point in 2019. The Save the world mode is supposed to go into free to play mode at that point epic will rely entirely on in game purchases to generate revenue from fortnight. But the game has already paid off in large amounts. And if epics game store is successful, it will likely go down as one of the biggest winds and video game history. That's something worth dancing about. Well that wraps up this look at epic games is a fortnight and the phenomenon it has created. If you guys are fortnight players, or you have any specific thoughts on the subject. Or maybe you have a suggestion for a future episode of tech stuff. Get in touch with me. Send me an email The addresses tech stuff at howstuffworks dot com or go to tech stuff podcast dot com. You confined.
"horning" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"What we do in the winter we we look out the window and wait for spring. I O snowfall here in the city so it was. It was an unpleasant wakeup call at three o'clock in the morning today to say the least I bet cold nasty weather and you and I you know exchanging emails yesterday. Thinking about More interesting subjects about a lot of the baseball moves. That could be coming down so I came up with a list of questions for you that I want you to evaluate like you're working in a front office and just consider some of these topics and get your feedback on this one. What did you think of the Orioles Dumping Jonathan Than Vr? I wrote a column about it over the weekend and I fully acknowledge that a lot of my column was based on something that a lot of front offices excise these days and that is sentiment last year Jonathan. VR was the best player in the Orioles Roster Wind above replacement four point -O through arbitration. He was going to be in align according to MLB trade rumors to make a salary about ten point. Four million so for the expense of an extra six million. The Orioles could've kept the guy who is their best player and I instead what they WanNa do is they put him on. Waivers they trade him. The Miami Marlins. I thought it was a terrible move and and I get it that the orioles don't expect a winning two thousand twenty but to me at some point you have to give your fan base something to follow. And he'd need very least was an interesting player and their best player last year. Hated the idea of them. Just giving them away. What did you I read your column and I also read a similar one of the Baltimore Sun on that was about equally escaping? But you hit the nail on the head here because you're sending a loud and clear message to the fan base that loud and clear message don't come to know condor games. Don't bother last year. The Orioles drew only one point. Three million fans it was fewest by foreigners seasons since they moved to camden yards. I was born in Baltimore. Is You know a huge fan of the stadium in the Ballpark. This is is. This is an absolute joke. Frankly because Jonathan VR their.
"horning" Discussed on This is War
"Just a quick note before we get started this. Week's episode is about dwight horn who is still an active duty military member. His us aren't necessarily representative of the dod orbits components. There're dead insurgents as we walked along and as we finally got close all of a sudden i remember bullets. Were just flying everywhere. I personally just felt suffocated in the moment when he was a student dwight horn felt called and he entered the ministry but as a navy chaplain he volunteered to follow the marines to whom he was ministering into battle because he felt it was his duty just as marines raines. Don't wanna let one another down. During the most dangerous physical times the chaplain couldn't let his marines down during the crisis of conscience that comes after fighting house to house in a war zone they wanted to hear from me that what they were doing was right and for me to be able to express that with firmness with conviction which i i truly felt was important for them to being gazed in that battle what is true true bravery what makes a hero a hero tested by the worries of what's happening at home thousands of miles away and the reality of what you're facing here and now when your life is in danger every second and it's either kill or be killed and original podcast cast from incongruity media. This is anthony russo and this is he's war <music>. <music> whitehorn.
"horning" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Was right in front of us will checking in at the staples it's eight months ago ganic so the other side of that bracket is hockey league watermark yeah against premature horning okay and hockey watermark born out of the fake letter that i wrote after i wrote in a commercial brand hockey league announced his retirement i wrote a fake hockey retirement letter and our great crew in the los angeles broadcasting center i believe steve this is steve lee's special put a little photograph of hockey league the bottom of the page and we call it a hockey watermark not recall what premature horning was idea but of course as paul hornung for motor dame okay so on the right side we got ignorant piss merchant yes which i think is that ray rattles around with against deep loggins deep loggins was when we were talking about the fact that he kenny loggins caddyshack and and caddyshack to oh and also top gun so we were we we that was that was deep loggins all right and then the last bracket that he's touch of the vermeil's that's anyone who's just gets a little misty and thors power jim that's joe manganiello was an iceland and actually worked out with the door the man who plays the mountain game of who roger bennett had a great game of thrones reference in our number one when he said that germany and mexico or germany and sweden was like the viper taking on the mountain we all know how that end man that was a great shot nara one i paul rods gonna join us in our three ant man and the wasp and our time with him at the big slick he loves the chiefs he loves the royals always fun with paul joins us coming up next though your news update levy on bell what else do you have in your news update for those to stick around for our three sir some it's kind of a slow dude magic johnson speaking right now free agency and jalen ramsey talking smack about jimmy garoppolo at massey's got that thousand yard stare coming up our three.
"horning" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"Armed the church even advertises its open carry policy online from member station w rv oh pain horning reports walking into the lighthouse mexico church of god on a sunday morning is more like joining a family reunion than attending a service music plays for the first half as the parisioners move about the church reading one another and joining in community prayers the pastor ron russell says he's commissioned by god to ensure their safety and he cares for his flock with a loaded gun as do several unidentified members of his congregation even when you walked in and you had no knowledge and i'm not gonna densify who the young ladies were but they had you pegged and they said he's either reporter or a stranger with a bag and we're going to watch it they were all armed janine fourteen o one of the churches singers says the policy makes her feel safe especially since she performs at the front of the church for the first half of the service i'm very vulnerable up there and knowing that i'm taking care of protected is a very good feeling right in the center i see that one twice a year the pastor accompanies volunteers from his parish to practice at a local gun range passer russell has encouraged his parishoners to bring their firearms to church since two thousand thirteen that's when the emanuel ame church in charleston south carolina was targeted in a mass shooting but robert spitzer disagrees with his approach he's a suny court cortlandt political science professor who has written extensively about gun control spitzer says arming civilians is actually the least desirable way to deal with violence problems arm civilians are amateurs and they're more likely to hire a straight shot that my hurt somebody unintentionally they may mistake an armed perpetrator from another person who's trying to help and there's little to no evidence that socalled good guys with a gun provide meaningful help.
"horning" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
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"horning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Welcome to the sporting life with jeremy shaft over the next hour in a twopart conversation paul horning discusses college and pro football and help vince lombardi would act in today's game blood worry roof joko job week with you either it is way you're you're on the highway pity to his wave best way nobody zero record like asia and earth cross some of the differences between football players of past and present in the former ally gifting program blair fact both the gadgets though that the owners over with rogge get apart job until they can come back to the the the trash heap readiness able to the families plus a head of espn's we'd go goma fight bought the rick splints what boxing draws more interest in europe somewhat different oprah there you're able to put on quite that it never fell me night they they've been able to maintain that kind of enthusiasm that feeling that it special that has been largely law i he says the sporting life on espn radio and the espn app here's jeremy shack welcome to this week's edition the sporting the weekend full of excitement surrounding the nfl and the pouch football playoff we're going to be taking a look back will learn a few things about the game in the past from some of its most impactful characters that up a post changed and we'll be discussing it's less than certain future it is an honour as always to welcome to the show pro football hall of famer paul warning the 1950s six heisman trophy winner out of notre dame and paul before we get into some of the other subjects i wanna touch upon you about to tell me story about my father whom.
"horning" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Check out espn films newly released thirty for 30 podcast from the producers of our awardwinning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to hear if tipple speaking of amazing delta airlines and the fly delta app make your travel experience amazing easy with real time bag tracking eve warding and passport scanning during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the fill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more this is the sporting live on espn radio and the espn app here's jeremy chef it is an honour as always to welcome to the show pro football hall of famer paul horning the nineteen 56 heisman trophy winner out of notre dame and paul before we we get into some of the other subjects i want to touch upon you're about to tell me story about my father whom he knew well out would you care to share it with our our listeners here were you know you're did when it they if with me one week all week oh i know about the ain't oh yeah the hill time it he said i k right the real story about you and ricky he said if i could write the real story they wouldn't believe the goddamn story and i had a hell of a day that day you know and we'd been out every night you know we took your father with this you know when you start off with martinis then went to the wind and i.
"horning" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from novo nordisk working to defeat diabetes for more than ninety years through prevention diagnosis and treatment more at novo nordisk dot u s live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman the senate has put consideration of the gop healthcare bill on hold senator john mccain is home in arizona recovering from surgery that means there aren't enough republican senators will vote in favour of letting the bill move forward for debate nine people are dead and one is still missing after a flash flood swept people away from a swimming whole about ninety miles northeast of phoenix as stena seaga member station cagey zz reports the victims were at a family gathering on saturday six children are among the dead the youngest tear sold sergeant detective david horning is with the helix county sheriff's office he says people had no warning as the floodwater originated a few miles upstream where it had rained heavily in an area recently burned by wild wildfire so there were tree limbs and and stumps in sticks in and the water was black with the of the certain ash of the fire horning estimates the flood this rushing at thirty five miles an hour and was impossible to run four people were rescued from the water npr news einstein a sieg in pace in arizona it's been about a week since iraq declared victory over isis in the city of mozell but fighting continues in some city neighborhoods npr's jane arapoff is in mozell in says civil defence workers are trying to remove bodies from collapsed buildings despite the speeches and the parades it's clear that fighting is still going on i could hear a lot of airstrikes from helicopter gunships throughout the day and one of the civil defence team said a mortar landed about one hundred yards from them as they were trying to lift the wreckage of a car off of some bodies so it was security forces special forces are still fighting isis fighters of that are remaining in buildings in a neighborhood near the river and one of the problems is there also hundreds of civilians still believed trapped there as well npr's jane a raff in mozell iraq.
"horning" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Sergeant detective david horning is with the he'll accountes sheriff's office he says people had no warning as the floodwater originated a few miles upstream where it had rained heavily in an area recently burned by wild fire so there were tree limbs in and stumps in sticks and and the water was black with the of the soot than the ash of the fire horning estimates the flood was rushing at thirty five miles an hour and was impossible to run four people were rescued from the water for npr news i'm stena sieg in pace in arizona negotiators for the united kingdom and the european union are in brussels for their second meeting on the uk's exit from the eu or brexit the uk triggered the talks four months ago but larry miller reports sofar there's little both sides agree upon britain's briggs of secretary says the first priority is to lift the uncertainty over the status of the millions of eu citizens living in the uk and british in eu countries britain's initial offer over mutual rights and protections was dismissed by brussels as below expectations another big issue is the amount britain may be forced to pay the eu which has publicly demanding more than a hundred billion dollars the uk rejects that negotiations will also focus on potential border controls between the republic of ireland and northern ireland this has implications for the peace process the eu insists these and other issues must be agreed before trade talks can even begin britain wants everything on the table at the same time for npr news i'm larry miller in london the trump administration is calling this made in america we.
"horning" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"He's a former couples therapists and a current teacher at the hoffman institute who is also the host of the podcast elephant talk which features stories from different couples please welcome to the podcast andy horning accu great to be here you're were so excited to have you so we can do a free couples therapy session yes we've tricked you yes we have tricked you are anti i how did you decide to become a couples therapist will i used to teach us history and i always was telling the students to close their books how you doing unless tacori your family soccer your mom and dad our they getting law and i realized wait a minute i'm in the wrong profession but i just love talking about relationships i love it and and people don't talk about it much or they'll know how to talk about it i think it's that they don't know how yeah we spent a lot of time talking about relationships by its it's touchy said well it's easy to complain about a relationship i guess but not to have like a com conversation it yeah well all relationships have growth urges liked it all have this issue that they're working on so that's how i like to share about it like what's what's your thing that you struggle with that you're getting better uh i i searing on your finger i take it you are you are married i am a how did did where you already married when you decided become a couple therapist or how did it affect your dating relationship life will as part of the reason i have the khanna shore of now which was called elephant talk because in the world of advice verses being in a relationship there's this huge difference because.
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