35 Burst results for "Huggins"

Boone returns on 3-year contract, Yankees demand success

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Boone returns on 3-year contract, Yankees demand success

"The future of Yankees manager Aaron Boone has been resolved he's received a three year contract extension that includes an option for twenty twenty five knowns at three twenty eight and two eighteen record with the Yankees reaching the post season four times but winning just one AL east title the ex shook off a slow start this year to reach the wild card game where they lost to the red Sox he joined hall of Famer Miller Huggins as the only Yankees managers to return for a fifth season without winning a World Series Huggins actually went five seasons without a title before capturing three World Series between nineteen twenty three and twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie

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"huggins" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"huggins" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Motza kid from northern kentucky. Why are you. Ucla basketball fan and the response is the same. Every time you're two of bob huggins at uc. I went to a game at the shoemaker center. I became a fan of the cats and the coach for life. And this is literally the first time i've ever had a chance to interview other. Great bob huggins who is coming to cincinnati for the inaugural bob huggins homecoming weekend june thirteenth and fourteenth. Two days worth of events. Everything's going to culminate with a dinner at the original montgomery and there's a chance for you to be a part of that. Virtually is also going to be a five k run walk. That is going to be a week from sunday. Starts at seven thirty in the morning. And this is gonna be awesome. Everything benefits than normal huggins cancer endowment fund. Which was established by coach huggins in his mother's name. It is a great to have you coach. How are you. i'm doing great mom. First of all i. I've heard you talk about the. Norma may huggins cancer endowment and i've heard you speak passionately about it. I'm sure most listening to this right now. No of the work that you've done know that the work that has been done on behalf of of your mom it has to make you feel good when you think of all of the lives that that endowment has touched no doubt and i you know two thousand three was a was a hard year for me because i you know i i would go to practice and finish practicing jumping a car and drive to akron canton where my mother was in the hospital Struggling to fight cancer. And i was spent time with my mom. And then you know get in the car and drive back to cincinnati and then turn around and do it the next day and just watch how cancer just physically destroyed my mother and the fight that my mother put up. I thought you know. There's we gotta do something you know we gotta do something to help and i obviously to do something. That would continue my mother's name. And and so we. We started the the endowment. We've done it from really from Two thousand and three and we. We've the money. I think that this point has has gone to cancer research by and large And we've got a great Cancer research center here at the university. And we're trying to help them especially possibly can and that it it just it. It hit me that we do not have a cancer hospital in this state. And so you know people from here have to go to pittsburgh or they have to go to cleveland or they have to cincinnati or wherever and we need a cancer hospital here in the worst way and so we're going to build a cancer battle The the people. I in over at at the hospital and and the people in in medicine have been very very kind to say. You know we wanna do it in your mother's name so that the cancer hospital will be named nora may huggins cancer hospital and.

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Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104

"A beloved Children's book author Beverly Cleary has passed away. Brian Shook has more HarperCollins publishers says the Ramona Quimby writer, died Thursday in Carmel, California at the age of 104. Her first book, Henry Huggins, was published in 1950. Dozens more followed. Cleary's books have sold more than 85 million copies and been translated into nearly 30 languages. She also spent time as a Children's library

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Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

"Beloved children's author Beverly Cleary has died at the age of one hundred four it was nineteen fifty when librarian Beverly Cleary after hearing children complained there weren't books for them transformed into an author first Henry Huggins a book that includes the adventures of characters Beezus Quimby and her younger sister Ramona growing up in Oregon like Cleary had there were eight books about the sisters which also became a movie in twenty ten I heard that in a while the boy the speaker in the backyard yeah he doesn't do that anymore I didn't know better I'd say somebody has a crush Cleary who was a wife and mother was named a living legend in two thousand by the library of Congress Cleary died in Carmel valley California where she had lived since the nineteen sixties she was one hundred four years old I am Jackie Quinn

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Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

Michael Berry

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

"Much loved Children's author has passed. Beverly Cleary, the beloved Children's author of Henry Huggins has died. She was 104 years old Cleary. Minded her home in Carmel, California. Her first book was published in the fifties and became the standard for Children's authors for generations. Among the characters Cleary created were Ramona and Beezus Quimby and Ralph S Mouth boxes. Michelle Pelino

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Author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

The Sunshine Economy

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Author Beverly Cleary dies at 104

"Beverly, Clearly a Children's book author beloved by generations of readers died this week at her home in Carmel, California She was 104. Among her most familiar creations are Henry Huggins, Ralph S Mouse, Make irrepressible Ramona

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Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104

All Things Considered

00:16 sec | 8 months ago

Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104

"The celebrated and beloved Children's book author has died at her home in Carmel. The character she created included Ramona Quimby and Henry Huggins. She died yesterday, She published her first book, Henry Huggins, in 1950 has gone on to sell or the 90 Million copies of her books Sense will

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"huggins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on KOMO

"People running around the streets. Huggins sailors kissing strange No, No, they come. Somebody can say 19. It's done. We're clear we got the vaccine. Maybe that's the phone call there. I don't know. This is proof, everybody how busy Tammy can get. Not just here on radio live every Saturday 10 to noon and the phone's ringing but even herself for the text messaging. I don't know how you do it. I don't know how I do it sometimes either. Normally I'm very good about having that ringer turn off and most people who know me they know where I am right now. So I think it's one of those robo calls because Nobody. I know. Would you call me it said, you know unknown, But anyway, I will. I'll get into that with the paint because it's something when you go to paint cabinetry and mill work, the same steps supplies so I'll share with you a couple of my tips and tricks on that. And what to look forward to for 2021. I think we're still gonna be kind of social distance. I have to tell you I'm liking the whole mass thing a little bit during cold and flu season, people are adapting to that. I think I think that that's okay. I I don't know that I'm in a totally abandoned the mask in more crowded places. I wanna wrong. I've gotten used to it. Well, look, I'm creative People have been. Have you seen my collection of 12 masks? No. Yeah. I mean, just you know the different logo? Yeah. Colors. Yes. And what a conversation starter. Hey, I don't know you, but that's not cool, Man. That's a cool back way to meet somebody I know. The world we live in. Let's see if Theresa has been able to hang in there with us is to Reese is still with us. Hi, Theresa. Good morning. Good morning. I hope I'm off speakerphone. I am. Okay. Great. How can I help you? Well, I am in the midst of hiring a contractor to replace my sense along the perimeter of my property. Sheriff and I was advised to look into a theater company on the East side, and when I called them, they said that the best Peter to purchase is 13 16 7 angina last year at least 40 years, So I asked for their restaurants of some contractors and Their prices are astronomical, and I was just wondering because I had talked to my neighbor and he said. At the quality of lumber. Your interested in is furniture, quality lumber. And so one, uh, bid I received was with pressurized wood trim, and that was about $10,000. And then there was another contractor. I get where you're going with. Okay? I'm Yeah, I live on the East side. And I've had my house for 23 years fortunate that the senses lasted for almost 40 years. And I'm just wondering if it's worth my wild to go on with this high quality. Peter. Okay, let's be really clear about what furniture quality lumber is. You start getting into with the grades of the lumber and you know, we have like Number one select we and then you go all the way to, you know, common and like number one common number two and what you're seeing as you go through that path, the number of knots and mineral streaks and so forth, and so on. It's a grating of the appearance of the lumber, not necessarily its durability. The high quality of the cedar Matters and a reliable source matters. And I'll tell you why it matters is because you want to kill dried cedar. Fence and honestly, for the money you were going to pay. I don't think there's anybody on the planet myself included. That would go Wow. You have furniture grade lumber on your fence, marched, laughing in the studio. I can't see him. But it's really the truth. You're still going to get moss. You were still going to have to clean it. It's still going to turn that lovely silver color, depending on how you stain it or steal it. But to me, I wouldn't spend the money on it. And I'm you asked me I would go for the cedar. I will tell you something else I do. Love are composites because they're low maintenance and they're gorgeous, and they're stunning and I see them all over, including places like Medina, zero point You don't have to have cedar unless you're really wanted, But the composites last almost forever. So that's my advice..

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This is Apples secret weapon to make you care about AR

The 3:59

10:40 min | 1 year ago

This is Apples secret weapon to make you care about AR

"With need. Scott stein are guru on virtual and automated reality reality reality to welcome scott a thank you so i'm gonna reality or a are has been something that tech companies trying to make a thing for years and the best example that we still point to which is several years old now is pokemon go which really drew people into this world at least for this kind of gimmicky game. Where are we couple years since then. I know there's some folks are so played a very many as as during the peak was the state of aol. Right now transitional. You know. I feel like what we're looking at We you know we had these the magic leap in all lens that we're talking about how that's all going to be coming soon. And it's not and those expensive multi thousand dollar headsets ended up being slotted into business use. And you never see them in the real world the things you see our vr things. Even those are pretty rare and are kind of like a special treat that people get themselves so the air on phones has just been continuing to evolve and apple has been doing this all along. Google has a our tools That are baked in. And i think what we're seeing now with with a are is a move to more practical things in the in the past. A i got to talk to to apple mike. Rockwall alexandra mcginnis and they're saying that the first goal was just get you to get it to exist in the world in two thousand seventeen so that was your whole like pokemon dinosaurs things that you know. Oh this magically appears it's cool by their latest focused similar. Google is to do something productive and whether that's helpful information or creative stuff. It's like two different pads on the lighter side. Apples made a big deal of lighter sensors on the iphone twelve pro on the ipad pro. Those are opening up into basically creative. Augmented reality yeah. Let's let's slow down for a second there. Let's talk about light art because light are really is the eastern referred to as one of the secret weapons. That apple has a to make a are thing but just for listeners. Who don't know what lighter is. Could you sort break it down for us. Yeah absolutely. I mean stuff like this has been around for a bunch of years of being following tack Google tango. If you're if you're a technical you follow this stuff Years ago had same idea where you would scan the world. It's shooting out. Little infrared dot dot array like like like the face. I d camera or the microsoft connect with that technology way. Back on the connect was shrunken down in one of the makers that was incorporated babble was a bob apple So what it's doing sending out this like these little things. Is there a light pink measuring the space and you get like a dot matrix. A measurement of the space really fast and that meshes meshes is the term for creates a a basic map that space and instead of just saying oh. I recognize a floor. It's like throwing a blanket on the world where it's like. Oh i see where the chair comes up. I see where the walls are. I see where everything you know. And then that combines with things like computer vision which is like recognizing stuff like people you know where the camera like. Google does a stewart's like that's a person that's dog that's so it's a combination of those two things. That's what light are is. Helping do is mapping about five meters away from you see. I've seen this impractical cases where the aca Use your phone to scan living room in the flyer. Central recognizes though. This is a couch. This is the floor is your tv and it'll not consistently put your whatever i hear. You can't pronounce names anyways. The whatever the cabinets and intellectually know that the cabinet will will slot in there in between your tv. Your couch how he said lighters been around for a while. It's just coming into these phones or death on twelve lineup. now we've had a offer while. I'm just curious. How like what does light are do. Now that like these phones couldn't do before. Yes so that's where like when i was mentioning the super weapon in the story. It's kind of double. It's double edged. Meeting one is that it's lighter. But i think apple's real secret weapon is scale so when i talked to developers it's like you go. Oh there's already bad here what's the deal. Well it's kinda like when you see a technology and you go will. It didn't feel like a got there until it got there. Like i feel like what apple is doing is the same idea but refined and pushed into a lot more devices so the iphone twelve pro and the ipad pro but much bigger footprint than google tango was on just two very fringy phones and but but what google in the other thing that track. Here you're right like what really does for a are is. It makes things speedier and better like it gets a ping on stuff faster but it's simultaneously happening with computer vision getting better at doing the same thing without that so google has been doing this with just cameras. Were vr headsets. Do this with four cameras and like they can approximate a lot of that really fast. So it's a dance between that and the more advanced sensors. That's get under the hood. But like i think just means it's faster and better recognizing the world but the second part that i think is interesting is this whole like three d. scanning movement that has been around for a while but is about creating three d objects that you can then share with other people that's getting more of a groundswell in is becoming less fringy and nerdy with every passing year. Interestingly enough to the we're talking about this on phones there's constant rumors. That apple is going to release a headset. At some point of. Do you think the future of a our lies it glasses or in our phones. I think it'll be both. And i think what what you know. Talking with adobe briefly about like their head of a are about what they're doing air creative tools a very interesting observation. He made where they haven't thinking for a while is that it's very hard to enter the ar vr space Until it works with the stuff you already got all your apps like an oculus. Quest is a game console. it doesn't interact with like your phone apps. And so you wanna open like zumra wanted open document. It's a pain. You have to huggins so google apple. Google did this with daydream. Kind of but google and apple needs to approach having work with the phones and qualcomm is already laid this groundwork out. The qualcomm makes the chips in like all the air vera had set right now apple could be the other big competitor in that space. But what they've been talking about is plugging phones in headsets with usb c or wirelessly there already a few emerging anything that's wet provides the power but also like you say the app compatibility so i guess like we the reason i say yes and is like so your app on your phone could do a lot of it and then you plug in your headset like headphones for your eyes. And you're doing the rest of it. I think that extends it and then you think about apple that makes a lot of sense because like the apple watch it becomes another peripheral that makes sense in the sense. Like you're relying iphone is really the brains of the muscle powering experiences but ultimately you view it on your headset or your watch or whatever that doesn't require heavy lifting isn't required you don't necessarily wanna processor heating up right by your exactly and that gets you to things like five g because like talking to developers about five john headsets. It's very slow. Get for that exact reason like qualcomm has has the roadmap for five g. Headsets but it adds a lot of battery drain. You got to build more of a thing on your head No one's really done it yet. But like you're five g phone powers that gets to all the five g. Ar in the cloud stuff. That like microsoft. Google apple. like everyone's going for that. So i think it makes a lotta sense that that would be the path and then like apples processors. Like we're seeing the mac book and the am one like they just keep getting more crazy powerful and you kind of say four. What but like a are is a very intense said a processes and so. That's the stuff that those those processors could drive a lot of that. And then you again. You're not sticking it on your head. Otherwise i don't know will make something. That's like sleek on your face. It'd be hard if you had to put all the stuff in there you talk about a are as a creative tool elaborate on this idea of what. What exactly can visiting with a are so like when i downloaded the first set of like light are unable apps. It really surprised me going back to the ipad pro in the spring. Like the first bunch of a our apps again. We're like pokemon go dinosaur you know dinosaur play game. A lot of these are three d scanners and they are. They're pretty alienating at first. 'cause you're like you bring it up and suddenly you wave it around and you're creating this measure of your room and then you get this like crazy kind of dollhouse three d. model. And if you've never done it before you might wonder where to start how you create this. Some of them look kind of broken. In an interesting way spoke to like one of the bigger repositories of three d objects stock like it. Sketch fab saying it takes them finessing to get there so like these things and that's the stuff that's happening now with lighter. It's not there are some like. Oh the games run better. You can have like a remote control car now your table and like the table blocks it right and it can like hit a wall or like a it could hit like a box like recognizes all the things in your world which is like air. Headsets are going to start doing. But i think it's the creative part. That's interesting whether it's like really scanning in creating tools. And then both adobe and apple have a our creative toolkits with reality composer ero where. They're trying to get people to do this too. So that's what i mean by that. But it's so interesting to me when i look at the iphone. How little of that is at the forefront of what you see on a daily basis like you would never be aware of it and that's the hard part to get on board like apples. Camera doesn't have three d. Scanning it just but it uses light are for focus like in the background so apple definitely hasn't like made it a main part of ios yet but it's in the background

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"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Now. I have to record this. Okay okay folks folks. I miss this. I just missed the best intro. How do i get christie huggins. Who first of all kristie. Thank you for coming on open loops today. Thank you for. Having made is pretty exciting one year like in new york to. It's open loops and your voice and your accent just cool. Thank you thank you. I was just like how do i introduce you. I know you've you've written three books. You're very spiritual you talk about. Cancer and and overcoming in addition to like a life threatening disease like you yourself have experienced a lot of trauma and a lot of heartbreak and a lot of hardship in your life. And you really come at this from a very Higher dimensional and heart centered view. So i'm going is she. A healer is she and author is. Are you a channel and you told me. Well you i said who is christie huggins. And can you do it again. I hate to put the pressure on you. Let's do it. Who is christie huggins. Christie huggins is an channel through which spirit a supposed speaks through her as a vehicle that comes down from the fifth dimension and becomes into a tangible resource like a book or an immortal and of course. I'll just give you the background. I'm sitting in a tent in a caravan park in the middle of queensland's gold coast and there's drills and shit so hopefully that doesn't interrupt so sorry for the sound in the vents.

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"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"That they didn't even treat like it was there. That's right at the end of my conclusion of this episode. i thought to myself Yeah how many people are overcoming cancer by the simple fact that love is all they embody in the first place. It's gonna make a lot more sense. Next time you see those little plush toys you see the little cartoons just think. They didn't bother with chemo. there already recovered. Oh it's it seems like it's a bit out there christie's a bit out there. I'm a bit out there. It's a fun time. It's an enlightening chat. It's a heartwarming chat. And yes you're care bears. They might have something have herbie's to but that's a whole nother. It's guys protect yourselves. Okay protect yourselves anyways. Christie huggins is here. She is awesome. She was very fun. Funny warm mind-blowing. And i really enjoyed her story I i hope you will too. If you feel like this is a story you want to share with others. Please do spread this podcast round open loops of subscribe. And that way you'll be sure to hear each new episode. They're coming at you fast. If you enjoy this podcast also pleased. Do subscribe As well as rate and leave a review. It's very helpful to keep these coming at you. Here she is spiritual mentor channel and author christie. Huggins way..

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"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Welcome to open loops. Conversations that bend. It's a theme park. For the intellect imagination they get on a rollercoaster. they stare into each other's eyes. they doubt each other. At first intellect very narrow imagination very formless shapeless. They ride that roller coaster. They get off each other's is again. The look is different. They kiss they embrace their perfectly married. It's a theme park. It's a thrill it's a podcast. It's a pleasure to have all of you here with me today. We explore of course. On this podcast the unexplained the strange the fringe the truthful the authentic. And when it's not authentic we dig in to find out why and find the authenticity in the illusion. What illusion do i bring to you today. Today we bring the big c cancer. Christie huggins happens to be a another Men t of e sha patel who For those of you who may have listened to an earlier. Episode issa is multi dimensional awakening coach and i found christie from Ijaz circle and unlike dylan Who came in with a very specific set of circumstances interviewed him earlier on christie's entry into the sort of healing work that e she does was her husband's diagnosis with cancer is her own background in neuro linguistic programming and hypnosis in the other healing modalities that i find just so delicious to eat up Christie i i really was fascinated by her book healing life with cancer which is an awesome title. I wanted to know what is up with cancer. It's a huge one. Cancer is tough thing in the mind. field to overcome because it. Yeah it's a terminal illness often and it doesn't just you can't just do affirmations and get cancer away or can you kristie radiates love. I love talking to her. She seems to be a loving mother. A loving family person and the reason this episode is titled the way it is is because i was looking for the most pop cultural reference that i could think of of love radiating in a pure warm fuzzy way and also the possible juxtaposition. That maybe they've already overcome.

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"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bill Huggins of Huggins and scatter auctions and our producer Erik Frosti. Or until late. We're gonna be joined now by Nancy Huggins and John Drummond for this week's episode of which ended higher. Jenna Drummond's weekly segment is sponsored by Must staying. Construction must staying Lisa's small office and warehouse flex units in the Fire. West suburbs Colin doormat for rental info. 630355809 for John Drummond. How are you? Fine, But we're going to talk a little about Ray Meyer and DePaul. But you had Mr DePaul on said that a great story a story You were telling me about the blue demons When we go down memory lane, we won't find a drone on and bore your listeners that we can But I make a lot of people don't realize here. Of course, we had the Bulls many in the nineties and, of course recently with the Jordan documentary this past summer at one time, however, long before the Bulls arrived on the scene, and long before the Bulls did anything There's a lot of basketball mania college wise with the Paul They actually won the n I t back. And I think the 45 46 season with a guy but name of George Michael from Joliet. 6 10 when the first of the big men and they didn't get the ink in those days you do today so much, but that was a powerful team in the city. At that time was a bigger tournament than the that may be hard to believe. But that was the facts of life in that period. No big There was no the police or nothing at that time. No India as we know it today, and a lot of the players that were clean stars like Bob Kurland from Oklahoma and and whose arrival of George Michael They played with of what they call a Phillips Oilers from bargains for local Homa Phillips Oil company supported a basketball team that barnstorming around the country they figured was great publicity and some of the best college players. That would have normally going into the embassy today were on that team, but that's going back a little further away. Just bring it more up to date. I remember working in 79 79 of Final four on the Sports department over Channel to doing the show when Paul was playing Indiana State with Larry Bird. And the ball was loaded with talent. And, of course, as it turned out, the sycamores won that game, but the interest into Paul and it was just skyrocketing. And I think, right, I think the people that we're supporting the boo demons at that time. Weren't that worried when they lost in that? Final four game because we're young that market wires and those fellas are coming back. We're going to be a powerhouse in the next two years, and they were, But then what happened? They'd go in the tournament and get bumped up. They lost the next year and the next year they look following that. Even a talented team. They played ST Josephs now and I'm not talking about ST Joseph's from Rensselaer, Indiana. I think it's a school in Philadelphia, and they lost that game on national television. Remember looking that the cameras were tight? Andre Meyer, his face was grimacing. All of you can imagine grimacing like mad. I think he knew then that the jig was up, so to speak, because of the fact that His talent was not the talent. He has still couldn't win it, and eventually, he knew there was so many times that for Lady fortune, and before we stop, I think we ought to do this. We do on a picket line in front of your store in Naperville this weekend. Let's not forget we're talking about college basketball Loyola when the tournament in 1963 under coach George Island With four African American players, which is unprecedented that time so we won't get any beef that you're not given the Ramblers coverage. And then, of course, a couple years ago, the remembers made a great run for it in the tournament again. Remember Sister Jeanne and all that they were the Cinderella team, So we also were equal with equal opportunities. We've got to get a big, big name something too, but Ray passed away in 2006. He was a great coach. His son handle it For a while. Joy was a coach there. You may recall. He did good teams month and that the great teams that they had under Maier with George Michael and the market Dwyer teams, but now with a win trust arena and that I think the smart money says they're going to come back. That Porter Moser at loyal look when they made the final, Ford had some of the feel of when Ray Meyer took the Paul There all the publicity was getting the underdog and everything that was pretty cool. So he's he's put them on the map. Loyola now Oh, yeah, well, that was a Cinderella team. Nobody gave much of a chance, but the ball was loaded with talent in those days, and that was basketball. Many We had interesting people don't realize it now. But the interest in the balls that time because the proteins that time in Chicago weren't doing very well. And so then nationally seen if we're going to do anything nationally, it was department close. But no cigar that 1979 Final four with a choir with DePaul and Burden Magic were in that final spirit Magic and today for the Magic and Bird played on championship game. Of course, A lot of people want to see to Paul against magic, but it didn't happen. Yeah. Turned out bird magic were came before Jordan. They helped really put the N ba really back on the map of Ah Popularity, and then Jordan took him to another level. So you're right on the button on that in that tournament in 79 with that magic versus Larry Bird, I think looking back is still the one of the biggest as Faras. Interest is concerned it and then say it's championship game. They must have had a huge viewership. That was back at the time. There wasn't Cable was just I don't know There was no cable in but it was no question of numbers were very, very good. There's no question about in seeing Ray lose that game against Joe. That was tough to take. Yeah, they had a couple of tough tournament losses after that, 79. Well, it's time now for which ended higher.

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Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

Extraterrestrial

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

"Starting off our list of haunted crime scenes is the Eden Brown estate on the Caribbean island of Nevis. There're couple versions of this story and they all take place before a wedding. Of course, they do essentially the groom and the best man they get into a fight they pull out their vessels and they kill each other. Oh but they're not the ghosts of the Brown. Estate that would be the bride who still roams the estate and a long white gown waiting for her wedding day. Of course, she is the. Are. They're always brides dressed in their wedding clothes just waiting for their wedding day at these places and it's always really sad because i. they're also always like crying or like they look very like shock they've always been jilted. Yeah. It's not fair. No I. Don't like while in eighteen, twenty, two, this bride Julia. Huggins was set to marry Walter Maynard, his best dude John Huggins was going to be the best man but all was not well of course, there wasn't everyone died. Wheeler Alina a fight was a bruin. So there's like multiple stories about what actually happened and since the story was largely spread by tourism, they all vary a little bit. I feel like the best things in the worst things are always spread by doors. One hundred percent we can account for a lot with tourism well, like I said, there's a few theories. The first is that the grew was having an affair and the best man found out that was his sister. So he was like I'm upset and then the groom was like you are Eliah I think that was it that was it, but there's also some mortgage bonds. Okay. The next one is that the best man like I said was the bride's brother and the groom discovered that they were hooking up with each other on the low, and obviously he went a little bananas about that Allah incest a lot incest. So S- big ill. Another theory we've got another one says that the bride's father now, that's the dad this time was tried for mistreating his sleeves and this was in the eighteen hundred. So you know that was real bad. That was a sharp left turn sharp left. The groom having an affair. Yeah. That's like the classic in the best man is being a good dude and killed them died hero. It's a pretty good wrong com movie actually I picked up I like that one while historians think the real story dates back to a historical rivalry between the maynard and the huggins families the plantation itself dates back to the Century and it was at that time a beautiful property decorated with international furnishings from Africa and China. But today it's in ruins. Really. Sad. But sad torres claim to hear whales of a crying bride enslaves. ooh, and Julia is sometimes spotted in her wedding gown only during the full moon I don't hate that this is in ruin. Now what's meant to be will be yeah don't go there. It's terrible place. Nine. At number nine this week is leap castle and love this one according to ancient legends. Leap Castle is built on an ancient Druid holy site. ooh while we don't know if the druids used the land for human sacrifice, we do know that once the castle was built it did witness hundreds of murders I feel like that's just like what castles do. Yeah. Any good castle worth. Its name seen offend learning the hundreds of murders. You can't be a castle. You know it's a qualification. The best part of this place is that it's named after a little earl leap off a nearby cliff by an ancient Irish abandoned chieftain. ooh. Yeah. He jumped as a sign of bravery to win clan leadership from his brother later, it was taken over by the bloody carols. I want to be friends with them because you definitely don't want to be their enemy. Yeah. You don't want to be an enemy of the bloody. Oh Carols No. Well, they were known for throwing Red Wedding s dinner parties and just straight up killing their guests like the saddest episode of Game Fern. So to picture that was all is affecting me R.I.P Robb stark. Talk. About number be over it. Well, this was way back in the fifteen hundreds. So the it is pretty game of thrones Ian. Yeah. So the carols, this is one of my favorite things they built an uber yet a what an yet. and. What would happen was victims would fall through a trap door into this. googly. It in the remains of one hundred fifty people were found during a nineteen twenties renovation. So I think we have three major ghosts that we want to chat about really quick. Hit me up. One of the ghosts is called the Red Lady. It's an carol hostage, the murdered her baby. Oh, I don't WanNa be a part of them anymore. This is when I got off the OH. Carol, Bandwagon. You're. Not. In. She's looking for her baby though was murdered. Oh, I know and then we have thaddeus. So Carol who is a priest killed buys brother in a power grab anybody named Thaddeus as okay in my book thought he is a great name does the last one that I found was called the murdered lady was she murdered? No. We. Think she was I wouldn't Wanna be called the murdered lady later in life she shows up and she's naked has all yeah. Has a red cloth over her face and she just screams twice at you and then leaves that would change you as a person I think like to which say I leave I leave the Milky Way Galaxy. If that happened to me I would walk like five hundred miles and then I'd walk five hundred more which I would be so far. That's terrifying to me. No. Thanks. So we don't love that will in the sixteen hundreds after all that crazy. Oh, Carol business it changed hands and it went to Jonathan Darby who fell in love with an old carol daughter. So now it was just all about love right romance. Well, he still haunts the castle right now people as looking for his loss golds, but I think that's pretty priority of him. The other reports of things happening are doorbells ring with no one their tools move around without being touched There's like sounds of furniture moving people screaming, and then a carpenter that was working on the property once just left and he was like I'm never coming back to work because he walked five hundred miles and then five hundred more leap castle everybody.

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"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bill Huggins of Huggins and Scat actions are producer Erica's Trotsky and John Drummond is staying on with us totally into the show this week with some more stories for us. And if you have a question for us about the value of a collectible, you can call 312. 3323776 or question for Jen Drum and now's the time to do it, You know, last night White sacks fans take hard. It wasn't a complete loss cause Louise Robert gotta hit and he didn't strike teams like this. When he went from being m V P candidate at the end of August. It seems like he hasn't gotten a hit in September. It's been unbelievable on fire. He was on fire for so long beginning what? What happened? Woman has just lost that he's been lost at the plate like if it's Ah, I think the book probably on him was that you could get him out by not throwing them strikes and he was swinging it some bad pitches. And then he started taking fastballs like right down the middle and mentally, I think he was his shop, so hopefully he's got it figured out and gets out of the slump because I mean, the talent is off the charts. But, you know, it's a tough mental will figure it out. Yeah, Challenge did not now, Vince. What would you Vincent Jen and Roman and Bill Huggins. What would you rather have a manager who the players Really like and respect, But he's a poor strategic manager or a great strategic manager. The players hate, which was the first one. I'd rather have a player's liking the manager, they might play above their head. They might try a little harder, more motivated, more passionate. That seems to be kind of rent to Rio. What? What he may be is it looks like Town. Drummond you with that I'll go the same route on that. I think of the minute I would. I would go with a guy that players respect and will play and put out for you think that's more important this year. Maybe they're different Europe. It was a different story. But I tend to agree with you too. I think You know you You can't have to just kind of live with some of the crazy decisions and go with it. So now John Drummond did you ever didn't you say you went golfing with one of the Heisman winner is one type. Of course. Aloo. Jack, of course, was the Notre Dame star in a golden age in the forties. And then he had moved to Davenport, Iowa, had a ran a franchise. I think a Chevrolet franchisor think is father in law had the place and then he took it over and I played golf with him at the Free Port Country Club. But even though there was a friendly game of Lu Jack is the type of guys very, very competitive and everything. And we had a force of memory We're gonna play for. He want to play for a few bucks more than I wanted and he really was playing, he said. He was a hard nose guy to play with. There's no question, but I could see that that carried on from his days in the football player, But he was certainly once that when he played both defensive End up a zone offensive star with the Irish Have he was coarse went went to the Bears is, you know, but it would have maybe state greater with him. But what happened is going to be financially with Ellis Ellis would not pay what he wanted and end up Went into private business is dead. But he wasn't the only one that had that beef with Allison was Lou Jack, a good golfer. Pretty crazy was he has a good girlfriend. By the way he's still alive today. I think I think he's the oldest of the Heisman Award, which I think he lives in California now, and he's still around. Believe it. How did how did you get into that golf outing with him? Because of the fact I worked over channel 13 and Rockford. Somebody report was viewer and he called me up like a lot of force. And we're going to Johnny Lujack. There were going to dinner afterwards. So I was I was He was kind enough to invite me to play the course at Freeport Country Club. Very cool. Bob from Chicago's on the line and Welcome to the show. Bob, What do you have A wait a minute? There's somebody who wants to greet you. Okay, alert..

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Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

07:06 min | 1 year ago

Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

"In June nineteen sixty four freedom summer also known as the Mississippi Summer Project was a volunteer campaign across America to attempt to register as many black American voters as possible in Mississippi. News coverage of freedom summer shed a light on the white supremacy and police brutality that black Americans face. We. Don't Tuesday night the finding of three bodies in graves at the site of a damn near Philadelphia Mississippi where three civil rights workers disappeared six weeks ago. Over the past few weeks we have been experiencing another freedom summer. Minnesota are saying to people in New York two people in California to people in Memphis to people all across this nation enough is enough cell phone videos and social media are once again providing glaring spotlight on the inequities and injustice that are woven into the fabric of American society. In this special season of the browns to politics, we are diving into the past in how is impacting our present and future. For protests to political campaigns and youth involvement change is in the air and the fight for liberation continues. We'll be hearing from some of the Black Women at the forefront at today's movement who are fighting for change in making history to ensure that we have justice for all. Her name was even floated as a potential. VP. Pick for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's. It is no surprise that would ever congress is debating issues of equity and justice. Congress will lease voice is one of the strongest and most prominent today we talk about her work as a college student, a member of the Black Panther Party and what Congress is, do we to fight systems of oppression to reshape reimagined our political world? Congresswoman Barbara Lee thank you so much for joining us and happy belated birthday. Breaking very good happy with you. I'm really excited to talk to you today and for our listeners, the congresswoman is such a legend and all of her work that she has done in. Congress over the years especially for Black Brown and indigenous communities by I have to ask you this question because it's something that I just wanted to talk to you about for so long is. You were a part of the Black Panthers. What was it like being? Black Panther I actually was not a member of the Black Panther Party I was what they call the community worker community workers had a lot of responsibilities as the Black Panther. Party. Members and remember the Black Panther Party began as a result of police Gupta brutality and the African American community. I mean. They stood down the police because things, police, murders, police Retali- as we know now were occurring then and they were the first organization that really took the police on, and so it was out of that that the Black Panther party formed, there's the Bible programs because it was not only an organization that address police brutality, but it was an organization that addresses chemic-. Racism and poverty. and. So what I did, and which was really phenomenal work and I was a single mother on public assistance with two little boys. I helped sell newspapers like math a newspaper on street corners I actually participated in the breakfast program for children who didn't have whose parents didn't have enough money to buy food and that's actually the breakfast programs from the federal government. Actually. Started as a result of the of the models that the Black Panther party you. I also really worked with you. He knew then did the research on his book Revolutionary Suicide. It was really phenomenal project I got to know Huey Newton Bobby Seale, Elaine Brown, Erica Huggins Joan Kelly, who just passed away and many of the leadership of the black. Panther party because community worker and student I was very involved in a lot of the work with party members. I actually brought Shirley Chisholm got involved in politics through the first presidential the first. Time. A black woman ran for president and that was sure children who was the first African American woman elected to Congress and so the Black Student Union president I invited her to come to milk college where I was attending and I got involved in her campaign by herb insisting that I register the vote and I had a class go because I didn't WanNa work in any of those campaigns. Well, bottom line is working her campaign and got the Black Panther party really involved in voter registration efforts. I. Was the one that went and asked Huey Noonan Bobby Seale to consider becoming politically active around early Chisholm campaign and they did. So I worked on all phases of the black. Panther. Party and all the different divisions I actually bag groceries. You know the panthers had a whole ten point program which again, the Free Breakfast program for the kids They started the Community Health Center Movement by instituting the George Jackson free medical clinic they did sickle cell tests. In fact, there was the Black Panther party that raises awareness about sickle cell disease as a as a disproportionate impact African Americans Fast Board Twenty Twenty people in the African American community and Black and Brown news still struggling disproportionately as it related to food security food desert healthcare disparities, unequal education. I. Helped. Start. Actually I wrote the first proposals for the Black Panther Party community learning center. They establish a Black Panther party school and so I was very instrumental in working on that project. So I did a lot of work with the Black Panther Party and I can just speak to how phenomenal they were and how necessary they were and how we should as we move forward. You know there's this Symbol in a gun and Andy. In government in Ghana called and Copeland. If the bird beautiful bird looking back holding an egg in her mouth and like in order to move forward in order to blackboard and you have to look back, we have to know our history we know where we've been and we have to build upon that so that we can move forward it. Now a wonderful young people in the Movement for Black, flags, or dreamers all the movements that are taking place are a continuation of what I see as the civil rights movement of of today, as well as what Black Panther Party actually started as it relates to stand down and and thing that that policing in our community. chain stop disproportionate killing black, and Brown people

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Guest Teacher  Alain Hunkins  How to Increase Your Impact and Influence by Building Your Credibility

The $100 MBA Show

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Guest Teacher Alain Hunkins How to Increase Your Impact and Influence by Building Your Credibility

"Today's guest teacher. Huggins is the author of cracking the leadership code, three secrets that building strong leaders if you want to get the first chapter for free, hang onto the end of the episode, Show you how you can get it on the sought after trainer Speaker, consultant, and coach for over twenty years. He's worked with big brands like Walmart Pfizer, City Group General Electric IBM? GM. State Farm Insurance Microsoft and more and today. He's GonNa break down how to build your credibility, your authority with your team with your actual clients with anybody who work with some simple steps you can take. This is especially important for new to this if you are. are dealing with new clients or you have new teams joining your team. The first thing everybody's thinking about when they meet you is, is this person? The real deal? Can I trust them? Will they deliver? Are they the leader I'm looking for? Is this the business or client I want to work with and that all boils down to are you credible? Let's make sure the answer is, yes. So I'm GONNA pass it onto onto, teach you today's guest teacher lesson, but I'll be back to rabbit today's episode and share with you that linked to get the free, first chapter of allowance book cracking the Leadership Code, but for now takeaway on. Hello there, my name is Alla. Pumpkins. Thank you for joining me today. Today. You how to increase your influence and impact five building your credibility. So, let's get down to business. I'd like to start by giving you thirty thousand foot high level overview of our lesson today. We'll start by looking at what credibility is. Then take a look at why it's so important, and then look at the three biggest actions you can take to build your credibility, but let's start with a story about a leader named Clint. Clint is the CO founder of a software company that's grown rapidly over the last three years. He's smart outgoing and he's great in front of customers. In fact, the sales team is nicknamed Clinton Midas because everything he touches turns to gold. However for all of Clint's strengths, he has this tragic flaw. He's consistently late for meetings ten, twenty, thirty minutes. Late is par for the course with Clinton sometimes even more. In Clint is also the master of excuses as to why he's late. He'll say, well, this customer meeting went long or this operational issue needed my time or gosh, the traffic from the airport was horrible. However is much as Clinton tries to explain and excuse his way out of it. His team is just not having it anymore. It's having an impact on engagement morale. In fact, two of Clint's direct reports have quit in the last week. And the sad truth is clint doesn't have a clue as to why and the reason because Clinton has never stopped to recognize the importance of credibility. So let's start and take a look. What exactly is credibility. Credibility comes from the Latin word credibility, which means worthy to believed. Credibility, is the main ingredient in trust and trust is the glue of human relationship. Turns out credibility shares the same etymological root as the word credit, which means alone or a thing entrusted to another. So, let's take a look at why that is so important. So if you want to influence others, you want them to do something because it's important to you. So, how did they decide if they're going to do it? Well, it's based on your relationship credit score. If you have a high credit score, you've proven yourself as a low risk, high return person and the other person is likely to help. They think you're a good investment. However, if you're a high risk low return person forget about it, they're not going to help fact is people own their own talents and skills, and they only offer them to you on loan. So having a high level of credibility or relationship credit score is your way of proving that you're worth loaning to. For people to truly follow you. They have to believe you're worth following. And how do they decide it's through your actions or is Albert Schweitzer the Nobel Prize winner. Put it. Example is not the main thing influencing others. It is the only thing. So. If you want to increase your influence and impact and others, you need to grow your credibility. To take a look at the top three things that you can do to make that happen. The first. Showing up on. Time to lesson from Clint. If I could only choose one practice to grow my credibility. I'd say show up on time you should treat your performance in this arena is a big deal. It is think about it for a moment. Timeliness is the easiest and most visible thing to measure sure either here or you're not. Fact is lateness is about much more than just a few wasted minutes. In life being on time is the most basic social contract that of presence. When you're late, your behavior sends a clear message. I have other things going on. That are more important than you are. And when you're on time, you send a clear message that you value the other person. So you to choose what's the message that you WanNa send and know that your actions speak a lot louder than your intentions. The second thing that you can do to grow your credibility is to do what you say you're GONNA do. You see when you open your mouth and promised to do something you cr- create expectations in those who are listening to you for them that promise is now this open psychological loop of tension that seeks resolution and it stays open nagging at them as they think, will they follow through or not? The fact is people crave closure. So every time you do what you say you're going to do you strengthen the connection between your words and your deeds, which is exactly what's meant by walking the talk when you walk your talk your seen as congruent and when you don't. You're not. You're out of integrity something's off, which is what Ralph Waldo Emerson Express when he said who you are speaks. So loudly, I can't hear what you're saying. See Doing. What you say you're going to do is the precise deficit of accountability. have. You ever wondered where accountability comes from. It comes from the world of accounting in finance. There's a balance sheet, there's on one side assets. The other side is liabilities and the to need to equal each other to be in account. Well, in human behavior, the two sides of your behavioral balance-sheet are what you say you're going to do. And what you actually did. And when you follow through and do what you say, you'll do the two sides balanced out and you're accountable. So a top tip around this. Do you say what you're GonNa do is write things down. Keep a written record of what you promised to do your way better off being someone who under promises and over delivers than the other way around. This means you have to be clear on your commitments and also be willing to say no from time to time. So. We've looked at our first two actions. Showing up on time doing what you say you're going to do our third one is around being consistent. This is the practice of doing what you say you're going to do not just once, but repeatedly multiple times over an extended period of time. When you start to build the deposits in that emotional bank account, your credit score goes up. The, no. One's going to throw you a party for showing up on time. However, the little things done over time compound and have a multiplier effect. As an example, take the CEO of Campbell Soup, a man called Doug. It now doug was CEO of Campbell Soup, for ten years and in his ten year period as the leader of Campbell's. Doug wrote Thirty Thousand Personal Handwritten. Thank you notes to his employees. Now, by the way over those ten years, Campbell's only had twenty thousand employees, and if you do the math, it works out to more than eight. Thank you notes per day seven days a week for ten years. Now, that's pretty incredible to me. Now, I'm not saying you need to start writing eight. Thank you know today, but I think Doug Conan's example of the power of consistently and showing how that multiplies and compounds over time is great. It's so easy in this world to think that we're too busy to do the important things. See if you WanNa know what a person values. Look at their calendar and see where they spend their time because that is the ultimate test of what you're truly valuing because ultimately, every action that you take will either strengthen or weaken your credibility and connection between. which either strengthens or weakens your influence and your impact.

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"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Delivery. Bill Huggins of Huggins and scatter actions their producer Erica Strauss, and joining us now we have Nancy Huggins and John Drummond, Long time Chicago newsman. We're going to join us for which ended higher, but John Drummond I have a feeling you have. A story of our first item is a Rocky Marciano. Joe Louis Dual signed Postcard. I think you have atleast one story about Rocky Marciano. John. That's why they pay a big money on the ball and 100% here. Some of your listeners may not recall the younger ones. That heavyweight boxing match one time which was bigger, the World Series. It was the biggest thing in sports. That, of course, has changed, but I was in San Francisco at the time. Rocky Marciano defended his title against this English from Don cocktail That was 1955 on this match. It didn't draw that. Well, because fans out there knew didn't like Coke. L knew he had no chance. So the crowd it's keys are stadium is an outdoor about stated 60,000 had only about 18,000 there. I'm in the end zone with my people, and we got a long ways from ringside. Somebody there hollers. Hey, let's go. There's nobody here. Let's let's get moving our seats. Everybody climbed over and I was one of them. We claim but a little and ran out of the infield and I sat about 20 rolls being the back of of the rink of the other rink and ringside seats. Almost and the guy behind me and this woman who was behind me, boy, They're very unhappy, and I looked around that Looks familiar. Sounds familiar. Turn around. It was Johnny White Miller. Former man I didn't say to a few tears and you, Jane, Because this time he had gotten a little gun and himself, and you look like bison meat of all, and he was now doing a series called Jungle Gym. So it was no longer cousins. But anyway, Marciano won the fight in nine rounds of the mismatch, and if I can quickly go on for as for 88 years later, Tyree he's retired. I'm working on Channel 13 and record as I indicated you folks once before, and Marciano was either fronting or came in with the group to introduce a new car roars in South Boyd, Illinois, called the Purple Car Wash Self. Boyd, of course, is right on the border there about with Wisconsin and my general manager who's a very aggressive and very competitive guy says You get Marciano on here. I want Marciano here. So Marshall Maimon appointment Marciano came out to the station. Probably accorded a summer like that, and we shot it on film. But the general manager who had a hands on infestation lived at the place after they go home to watch the six o'clock news and then come back out to the station. So he comes out. And this time it really played into our hands. Marciano was invited. Marciano is Ana Rogers about four guys with him. Do you mean it was office? Those days. Ladies and gentlemen, a lot of people drink whiskey rather than wine, and he had a shelf stuff their form and Quino, Granddad, Jack and whatever you wanted pretty much and him a couple drinks and they said, We've got to get going. We gotta go over Channel 39 record and bass, who was the general manager? Said Wait a second. Why not do this? Why not? Do it live here? And then go down and see them tomorrow. I don't know if you do that, he said, Let me out. But you guys were the best steak in town Am action was not exactly a big spender. He is very conservative fiscally, And he called the owner of a place called Jacks or better and record, And he pointed out that Marciano and his entourage was at the station. They're going to something live and I'd like to get still gotta stake, even though the kitchen's closed around 10 30 And Jack Boden, who had the places that don't worry about it. I'll keep the kitchen open. Bring the boys down. Whatever they want. It's on the house. Make a long story short. The general manager saved the day before the competition. Unfortunately, tragically, at the end of courses we know Marciano was killed. Yeah, 69 on a plane. A private plane flight from Chicago's Midway Airport. De Moines crashed in Newton, Iowa. He died. I didn't know he took off from midway that I believe it was midway. I recall he was going out there even though people Rough weather. We shouldn't go a little private Piper. Whatever it was it always in and never made of the storm knife. Downey died. He wasn't even 50 years old now and after you had a couple shots of gently offering a spire, Rocky never got that off my record at it and that it's okay. Well, that's a good way. Figured maybe one and still be with us over that he supposedly We have maybe the best punch of anyone ever like that. Just a greatly wasn't very big guy about perfect. I've got a picture with him. In effect. I mean, 5 11 at that time, and I think we're about I was even taller than he was. But he was he was He took a lot of punishment. He hit hard, and he wasn't working in Iraq. It's physical physicality was concerned where you down and he'd get awfully hard. Or your rock. See if you can figure out how to get me a copy of that picture of you with Rocky Marciano. I'd love to tweet that one and tell people on the show that that's got to be an awesome photo yet you have at your house. Have it at my house mounted on along with a lot of other pictures on the wall. The I do, do you or anyone in your family know how to take a picture and email it Yeah, I think I shouldn't do that. I'll try to do that. That would be awesome. If you could do it, I won't call you back. If we could do that good. You want to know I'm even but by all means, Yeah. Like mush on, of course, was the only guy ever to retire. Undefeated, Heavyweight. Well, very cool. Well, that leaves us into which.

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the Transformative Power of Yoga

MedTech Talk Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

the Transformative Power of Yoga

"Is My pleasure to have Mike Huggins. Join US on this episode. Mike and I go way back. To when I first joined sympathies in the late nineties. Mike was cheap operating officer at the time. Then Ran Cynthia spine. And went on to become CEO at scientists another spine company. However. His life took a dramatic term when he was convicted on a misdemeanor stemming from alleged. Marketing of Norian. A company which sympathies had bought and marketed a bone graph substitute. Mike went to prison, but along the way found a whole new path for his life, he now actively works with companies on issues of reputation in crisis, management, ethical and responsible leadership in mindfulness among many other things. He's also the author of going on a CEO self-discovery behind bars. Mike it is great to have you here and welcome. Thanks Jeff. It's really great to be here and a great to connect with you. Both terrific and we want to cover a lot of different things in Gosh you're. You're experienced through, you know. Really all your life, but the particularly last two, twenty, five or so years. I mean there's so much that's come out of that, but maybe we pick it up at at sympathies and You know I don't think a lot of people really understand what was behind syntheses success as a medical device company. Really what a special company was and would love if you could just talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced empties, and and and the things that really turned it into a really dominant company within orthopaedics and trauma. Be Happy to do that. Gosh looking back at that time period. It's really hard to Appreciate back then just what is essential company `Sundays was. For, so many reasons, but I think that the primary reason was that there was the sense of trust I would say between the employees, the management, the management with our our sales reps. our sales, consultants sales consultants would surgeons. And we were all tied together by this common bind or bound of a patient care, and is truly what drove the organization from the outside from delivering sales in products and services to our surgeons, but probably as importantly that was the culture inside the organization, a quality continuous process improvements. Being aware at the end of the day that we were patient driven and I know those sometime sound buzzwords in people. We always companies always talk about that as far as their mission vision. But isn't as I really believe we truly had had that culture ingrained in us. And many reasons that happened. We can get into some of those, but I think that's probably what the biggest. Piece for me was as just being a special organization that we all were on the same page. It's funny I. Mean You mentioned Sales Consultants in? It's one of the things that I remember. When I first got there is these were not reps, right? These were really people who were part of the team in the, or and and it was you know it's harder to do nowadays, but but that was the way they were viewed within the hospital. And we in an internal, they were called not even sales consultants. Abe called Consultants even though that I know that caused some confusion because they were employees of the organization, but they were consultants and I. Think you know Jeff Having seen some of the training they did that. There wasn't a lot of sales training provided to the a our our consultants, it was a almost always technical training about a procedure, a process or technique of of using product less so about a sales approach or sales style I think that may be changed later on, but in your early days of my tenure there. Certainly, that's what it was driven on.

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Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:17 min | 1 year ago

Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

"Chatting with chef. Ileana de la Vega about authentic hocken. Cuisine Ileana welcome to milk street. Thank you very much for having me here. Let me just start by saying of Ben to Your Restaurant in Toronto in Austin a couple times in the last two years and it was the best Hawkin food of had including in. Walk US terrific so you lived in Mexico City remarried there. You move to to start Eldorado restaurant but but you had trouble being accepted in some way. So explain that to me. Yeah what happened? I mean as you mentioned I was born in Mexico City and eventually ninety four actually moved to a hacker. We opened the restaurant until ninety seven. And Yeah my mom is what was Oaxacan but because I was in born in Oaxaca was not supposed to be cooking blog on food. I mean I guess that things have changed you know hook us a little bit more open now than it was there but You know for them. I wasn't outsider. So you had the restaurant there and then in two thousand six you left so what happened between ninety seven and two thousand six in terms of your restaurant and the politics and everything in the region. Well we were very successful restaurant. Join despite of like many were huggins. Consider me that it was an tighter and then on two thousand six there was turmoil in Oaxaca social unrest and so we had you know the economy collapsed in. We had to close a restaurant. And then I bet charlie we moved to Texas Allston. Imprecise you and I spoke a while back about what is moulay and your definition of it was totally different than what I thought. So could you just break it down for me? I mean you said there were three basic components to moulay. Maybe you could just take us through the concept right. They are like three groups of ingredients to make malate so one will be vegetables and by vegetables. How you also mean chillers. Okay so tomatoes tomatoes onions and garlic and such and then we have spices. So let's say black pepper cumin Cinnamon sugar sold chocolate. And then the third one very important one for these are the figures could be bread or it could be muscle for making tortillas and also not like almonds so there are the three of you take a little bit of each in each one of those categories you will make a molly molly. Negro is very complex. But I I gather that some Malays actually are much simpler than that rhyming. Talk to us about a simple mobile. Yeah okay like let's say like me. For example I think is the simplest one. You'll take a you know. Fresh Materials Green Sheila's Serrano's Jalapenos. Or one of those onion garlic and put it in the blender and then you fried mixture and then you add some herbs fresh herbs so I do up Ohio Santa Parsley and episode. That's my traditional one. And then you have the thickener. Which is the muscle that you dilute. I in a little bit of water and you added so those are the basic ingredients and you can make that. Molay in twenty minutes rather than the. Mola negative that he takes three days. I want you to describe because I've had your Molin Agro and it was divine if you taste a really well made Molin agro. Ideally what should it be like? What is important when you make him? Only non one of those stents out not on one of those flavors. So you will they said. Oh it is a little cinnamon and then the next. We'll give you a little bit of cumin for example or the next bite will give you a little bit of chocolate so each You know spoonful that you take the molly will give you a different note Let's let's talk about some common things in Oaxaca. The Mole Yetay Which I had for breakfast WanNa talk about how that's made. And maybe the tradition of that dish. Well then we get something simple that you will find all over Mexico. Norling OAXACA somewhat yet is believe traditionally like by a piece of bread like a kind of a French bread and then put a little bit of a border in it then beans and then some cheese will melt and then you put it on there. They'll win or something to get kind of. Nice melting and cross the cheese. And then you make Salsa Makina which is like Salsa Pico they get your tomatoes onion Sheila Bair the Serrano or Jalapeno see land throw and a little bit of lime juice in they knew. Serve it with it on the site. It was a terrific practice they also a Santa which is Pork Lard. Is that often used as a primary layer for lots of tacos enchiladas? Is that something that's common ingredient there. Okay largest one thing like Hitler this when you have a big piece of pork and then you take out the fat than you cook. It is slowly. And then you're renders fat right so that is large and then ASEAN thought when you're making teacher on the skin and you're buying it in large then at the bottom you will some pieces and beats over. You know the fat told and that's why it's colored it has it has color to the. You're not open a Tortilla. Like freshly made handmade of course and then you put a little bit of a layer of that and then you eat it with your meal Let's talk about the Tortilla for second in Oaxaca. According to a tee I guess in northern Mexico it's a wheat Tortilla but the tortillas in Oaxaca almost could pass for a week Tortilla. They're very fine. They're very tender. They're nothing like would you get here? So is that because you use different kinds of corn is the process differ. Why are they so much better a little bit of favorite thing? I is the the taste that they still do. Heirloom Cornyn in Mexico. Roy is one so sometimes. You taste the TORTILLAS here in United States. Then they're like sweet so that is wrong. Sorry that is like super wrong so that was one of the things that when we moved to the states and I began to as a Dorothy. Yes here like no by no means. I will be able to serve this in their restaurant every neighbor so you know thank God. We found now corn from Mexico many times from Oaxaca directly and so we proceeded in house and then we grind it. What would you like to tell me about the way you cook that? I don't understand. Well I guess you think that I have problem whether you notice plane. The people You know one is Mexican. Food is not necessarily too spicy. I mean depends on the taste of the taste. Parts of the person but general is just about the flavors The other one is it. People that have had through the years coming to restaurant. Said like this is not Mexican food. I mean for years. We didn't have a flour tortillas in the restaurant in is like oh no but this is not a not as well. How can I explain you? You know that the corner two years is the basic you know and it is your of the also very delicate flavors so those things I think is the what I would like people to understand better about Mexican Food

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"huggins" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Present company excluded of course forget about media and opinion. If you did a vote of coaches as to okay, you know somebody's kidnap one of your children and you've got to win this game to pay the ransom. Who you don't pick the coach. Your team Bob Huggins would be at the top of many of those lists I promise you that. Absolutely it's I called hugs. This is this is how simple. He is like where he's not consumed with. His record, or what's in the future? He just cares about his people in above today about getting people do right. I call him halfway through my first year case. They and we're just having a conversation I. said I'm bitching. Okay I'm complaining. A got contract I've got nine first year. Guys I got Michael Beasley Circus going on, and after I go for thirty minutes or so he says to me. You liked being a head coach. I said Yeah. He, says you like your new salary..

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5 Reformers on the Psalms

5 Minutes in Church History

04:17 min | 1 year ago

5 Reformers on the Psalms

"This episode. Let's explore five reformers on the soames will start and end with very familiar reformers and in between who knows. Maybe we'll talk about someone you don't know I is. Martin Luther Luther like all of these reformers loved the psalms. Luther set up habit of reading the psalms through in about three weeks and that was a habit. He kept up all of his adult life early on in his career. As a reformer he published his work on the psalms in fifteen eighteen and again in fifteen nineteen and that set a trajectory for the reformers to publish commentaries on the Psalms. So first pride of place goes to Martin. Luther next up is Lutheran Pastor Yohannes Buchen Haagen in fifteen twenty four. He published a Latin commentary on the Psalms. This was a massive work and set the stage for many of the commentaries. That would follow in fact. It was so influential in its Latin texts. That a publisher convinced. Martin Boozer and now. Here's our third reformer on the psalms convinced Martin Bucer to translate this Latin commentary into the German and he did well before we leave. Bougie Haugen talk about boots. Or however let's hear what Bogin Haagen has to say about just psalm one he says therefore in this psalm you have all of the scope of all of holy scripture. He goes on to say every song is about Christ and ultimately every song has something to say directly to the church. Well that's Bougie Haagen as we already mentioned boots are translated. Buchen Huggins commentary into the German. Fifteen twenty five. There's an old Latin expression translator trader. And that's exactly what Buchen Huggins thought of Martin bucer translation. It was not just a translation he he took many liberties and an essence was publishing his own commentary. Well that led to boots or publishing was in fact his own original commentary in fifteen twenty nine and curiously. He published it in Latin. It was a huge volume but despite its heft it went through five editions in the Latin. It went through two editions in French and it even made it into the English. So influential was bouterse commentary on the Psalms that it actually impacted the French Salter and the English psalter which then went into the English Bible. Curiously enough boots are published it under a false name presenting himself as a French humanist scholar from Leon well harassment's great human scholar. Erasmus discovered. It was actually bucer and the JIG was up. Well that's three out of four next comes. A reformer you might not have heard before we'll famous Musculus. He was a reformer and scholastic tradition. He was a benedictine monk in fifteen eighteen reading luther. He was converted. He then went to Strasbourg. Studied under Martin boots or he was dispatched to Augsburg. He wrote many books. Among his books are eight commentaries on the Old Testament including his commentary on the Psalms Musculus. Well that leads us to our fifth and final reformer that is Calvin. He published his commentary on the Psalms in fifteen fifty seven and among other things. He says in his preface to the psalms. He extols the virtues of the psalms. Here's what Calvin has to say. There is no other book in which there is to be found more express and magnificent commendations both of the unparalleled liberality of God towards his church and of all of God's Works. There is no other book in which there is recorded so many deliverance -is nor one in which the evidences and experiences of the fatherly providence and solicitude which God exercises towards us are celebrated with such splendor of diction and yet with strict adherence to truth short. There is no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of praising God. Well that's Calvin one of five reformers on the

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"huggins" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"huggins" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"From Huggins doctoring six feet above social distancing that's that's what I said a couple of minutes ago that wrong that I think I a tribute to the Florida primary going ahead to Rick's thoughts and in fact he's not the Florida governor anymore it's Rhonda Sanders who's the governor it is this the the guys now senator used to be the governor or the guys now governor used to be the sender whichever one it is vital to have known that run the census is actually in charge in Florida because when he was running the Washington post said he was utterly unfit for office on the grounds that he once attended a speech of mine in Palm Beach fortunately that did work with the voters of Florida otherwise you'd now have that method is partial to rent boys whatever that guy's name is as your governor and instead it's Ron de Santis who is running this whose whose administration is running this primary today let's go to Mary Lou in Winter Park in the Florida don't know what the polling stations are like that but it is great to have Mary Lou on the show what's on your mind today Maryland well I just wanted to say more is there no one who can influence or hold to account those in the media who were practicing yellow journalism it's tantamount to yelling fire in the theater all in the interest of bringing down trump and they don't give a hoot about we the people well this or anyone this this gets back to that last bit of that little clip of Marco Rubio I played it he says that makes partisan bickering and pot shots at this point trivial Johnson your question we saw this in Katrina if you remember in Katrina the first couple of days reporting was that there were alligators swimming through the streets of Nolan's and there were thousands of dead bodies piled up in whatever that a big sports the skydome or whatever the sports stadium that was cold and that none of that turned out to be true and none of the people who reported on that including people who are claiming to be on the scene like Brian Williams falsely claiming to be watching dead bodies float past him I will still only yeah they never pay the price what I think what we can do Marilyn end end is is actually pointed out and I think people are seeing this point out at in Marco Rubio's word how trivial all this is I'm just looking at a tweet hair from a CBS news correspondent a cold Wade J. Jiang who says this morning a White House official referred to coronaviruses the Cong flew to my face makes me wonder what they're calling it behind my back who cares what they call it before you're back even if this thing is important to the media it's important enough that they shouldn't be devoting their resources to establishing whether the White House is referring to coronaviruses the tongue flew basically they're basically saying we have no useful contribution to make to this debate and I will say this actually you if you have rare surprises here's CNN's Diana bash who basically devotes herself to Diana bashing the president most of the time and she said own own TV she said that president trump quote is being the kind of leader that people need I'm surprised she's still in the building I'm surprised hasn't been much bye bye security occasionally occasionally people will get real but the thing about the thing about this is I once they start complaining about him referring it to it is the Chinese virus or what you're calling it the Kong flu or anything else they're actually saying when all taking when not taking this seriously told just about getting the president getting the president and it doesn't work like that not in serious times not in times when there were people dying and the.

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Bracket Watch: Who's Making a Late Push Up the NCAA Tournament Seed Lines?

CBS Sports Radio

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Bracket Watch: Who's Making a Late Push Up the NCAA Tournament Seed Lines?

"Then the blue bloods are six to ten in terms of the rankings Florida state Duke Maryland Kentucky Louisville Craig is in there ten in one poll Meryl Levin another poll and then you start to get into the meat of these teams in the big east and the big ten with Villanova Seton hall Penn state you throw all burn in there then you get a west coast team in Oregon in terms of rankings then you're back to the big ten for Iowa many got Huggy bear in their West Virginia and and I just keep going down down down the list and what was I could see West Virginia going to the final four Bob Huggins teams are a lot like god to me what Bob Huggins does a West Virginia or at least tries to is what is tries to do at Michigan state T. Jim toff Rodham hard may come play tough I mean you got him in Morgantown West Virginia if you've ever been in Morgantown West Virginia once one of the nicer dumps in America but be that as it may there's not a lot to do down there so your car you try to do you work on your game and you get top there near here in the cold in your playing defense my point in bringing this up is you look at the big east's top to bottom and the big ten top to bottom they're probably the two best teams in college basketball and you can look at Villanova and Seton hall is a team that can definitely get to the final four or again you know I'm kind of wishy washy about a little bit I need a little more Intel on them to really feel good about thinkin they they can make a deep run in the tournament we have a really talented teams this year in college basketball but I don't think we have the proverbial bird team you look at the top ten it's pretty balanced and the NC double a tournament is still about the match ups well when you just look at these teams how many jump out to you to be able to win the national championship and although in filling out a bracket then I like to know a couple of teams then I'm gonna move on right away yeah I know I'm gonna have some tough decisions this year in filling out my bracket if let's say Florida state matches up against Creighton or if Villanova goes against San Diego state where you give me a little Dayton against Maryland then do can can scan Zacha yeah you start to break those matchups down and it's like okay though those aren't so easy to be able to

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How the practice of yoga and mindfulness benefits incarcerated men

Core Confidence Life

07:25 min | 2 years ago

How the practice of yoga and mindfulness benefits incarcerated men

"Many of us take our freedom for granted but what if we had our freedom taken away. Hey from us. What if you were incarcerated man? What would your mindset be? How would it? It affects your family. And what do you think you would do to reintegrate when you came out. Sounds like tough questions nations right. Well our guest today talks about his work with incarcerated men helping them to live with higher consciousness and lower stress our guest. Mike Huggins talks about his project. The Transformational Yoga project in which he goes into new correctional facilities and teaches men. Yoga breathing exercises mindful exercises which builds a structure of trust. Then those men have say space to talk about their ups and downs that troubles their depression their anxiety their insecurities ladies as a way of sorting through those things and so they can become healthier and for those who are getting out can more easily integrate back into society. So we have a discussion with Mike Huggins about that. How in the world did he get a bunch of incarcerated tough men to do yoga? We also talk about the subtleties of white privilege. As our guest talks about his journey through the correctional system and we also talk about respectful language referring to people as who they are I and not what they did so instead of inmate we call them men who are incarcerated because they're men first so all that and more coming Anat you here with our guest writer and speaker my coggins. What's going going on Sir? Hey that affect you so much for having me on Really into bigger definitely is this is a very interesting story that we're GONNA talking about and I'm sure that our listeners will love it and So start off by telling us in your words. Obviously what do you currently do so under the founder and President of a nonprofit organization called the transformation Yoga Project and Wiki a Toronto based Yoga and mindfulness To people who are are primarily but I called trapped within the justice or the injustice system grisons or Dejan Center the youth facility shelters we also so do a lot of work with people who are yelling substance abuse. We try to provide cool to help them not a gate. Some turbulent times. They're going through. So it's been a passion of mine could be going for less seven years and had my own experience to system. So it's near and dear to my heart to be able to you share cools. That help them with like a little bit of eat. Okay so let's start off by talking about The thing that you Offer Teaching Yoga of course not yogurt but yoga and so for people who may not know what that is. What is that that? What what is that Sir yet right so you know? We have stereotype of what Yoga's I think it's gone mainstream. And so the I think the most people might think of Yoga as a series of stretching exercises that loses up the body and maybe a long long way provides some clarity of thought and to some extent that's that's true But it my definition of Yoga Uh is is broader than that and I always say I when I talk about Yoga. Talk About Yoga with a capital. Y corporates all the aspects of like mind on this and so for me the definition of Yoga would be provides techniques to To go back to our true self come back to who we really are at a core before life got complicated for us so describe like just in general what would people. We'll be doing it like if you. If you somehow got me into some yoga what would I be doing with some of the basics of functions and with some of the basic techniques around that yes so we typically start out with a process for just becoming aware of the breathing and and it always comes back to the breathing and that's hopefully get into a little bit later put. That is a powerful way to control. State Control How we we react to things and we take for granted and our yoga practice can go a long way to make us aware of our greedy and and and The power that it has so typically a practice whether it's a trauma informed Yoga practice or whether it's yoga practice decoder with studio or community center may start with some simple breathing to become aware of the body and then adding some movement there to to try to stretch the body a bit but also in my mind is confusion greasy. That's how you this that we get the body into these positions opposes which which tend to be or can be uncomfortable and We then use are grieving to make decisions about about the discomfort. We make us breathing to decide. Well I think I could do this or we make a decision saying this is not right. I need to get out of his I post and so we use the these poses physical movement to connect the mind body so we can. I think as one US. These are hard to deal with our emotions in outreach. Use Our mind to say this doesn't make any sense and try to reconcile those two to these series reposes so at the end we feel like we're in a position where we can start to make decisions about our body what's right for body but serving our body and then we call it a yoga practice As as opposed to clean yoga or doing yoga the yoga practice because the more where we do this than some of the techniques of siding with right Iran for our body or ourselves can be taking off the map issued not real end in everyday life to help me deal with this comfort. Deputy Bites mutation everyday life so for me a lot of people starts with physical moving. And certainly that's where it started for me. I started with a very very physical power. Yoga type approach over time. It's really evolved to a way for for me to manage my state to to deal with life in a way that's That's going to serve me in the best possible way

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"huggins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I got such a huge kick at a Bob Huggins come back in but not nearly as huge of a kick as Bob Huggins got out of me going to Lubbock Texas he loved that Danny get hug why so surprised rami I got to know how do they take you there how did they take me there hug the same way they take me everywhere they Love Me had a great weekend actually crispier happy back in August and I did a sit down interview he had me into his house I mean literally into his house for an interview that we did for the men a March for CBS which already aired on CBS sports network and it looks great I had such good time in Lubbock loved it not saying it to say it I mean like I loved it I understand why Chris beard loves it there well he loves it there because they adore him there and they should came this close twenty national championship love it was a blast and again one of my favorite things about that weekend so I spent the weekend not even the entire weekend but twenty four hours thirty six hours whatever wise and Chris beer he was so great like he and I went to dinner he said we go to dinner he picked me up at the hotel then the next morning when I appeared on his fireside chat program he picked me up like you didn't send somebody to get me he's torn around in a pickup truck is driving me around town showing me the facility doing it all myself it was an awesome time good to have you back ugh so like I said I got a huge kick out of Bob Huggins come back in but not nearly as big of a kick as Hogan's got to be going to Lubbock how did they take do you mandate how do you how do you think they took me Bobby lobby like everybody all right so what's your beef we do this every Tuesday now or to quote racks in Albuquerque intention being Cherokee saying Mitt Romney segment yes something like Iraq's would start on the email Hey Rome I got beef with dentists why are you asking me questions we're trying to make me laugh with lame jokes I'm lying in the chair half my face is numb you got a drill up in there I can't respond and laughing would cause you to cut my mouth up Jeremih in Greenville yes how great kind of like when you go to the doctor they try to give you a shot all right coming in one to use it got me again you jab me on two instead of three I thought I would expect it way to go nurse practitioner a job man what's my beef my beef is with that dumpster fire this is the Cleveland Browns organization here's to more years of suffering with these incompetent morons slave in the alley yeah that one really badly got it made I was writing that bandwagon into the ground and they made me they made them look bad and they made me look bad and it doesn't feel good I understand why you might have beef let's go to Twitter chasing Calgary tweets my beef is with a slice of cheese some pickles ketchup and mustard sandwiched between a Bon signed beaks some to be from talking about it's it's the what's your beef segment not your choice of meat segment or how you eat your meat segment Brian Dino tweets Jim what's my beef I've heard a phone call with that donkey yelling in the background for at least a decade where is Jim from fall river the greatest calling jungle history I don't think one second hobby I don't think you can reference the greatest calling jungle history and not somehow reference the B. I. C. however this is one of the greatest call us in jungle history maybe the greatest call never wanna smack off in jungle history and frankly you know I shouted out to this guy Jim in fall river for years one of my favorite call is I have no idea what happened to him but he did make this call back in the day awarded global micro work without a whole lot we'll build the world might very it would be a very appealing sound like a bolt in buffalo your awards about gonna make you look like a no wonder you walk away from the board goes away so I'm stronger Davis back you know the only way you can win but you were born we would the only thing one one no actually I'm very one most members call one of Americans will put up with we're going to throw the ball traffic which brings me to mobile palm pilot show for you he would bring up the board but all the drivers on a greasy call for some more the valley California living but of all the call would not maybe it'll be side not the Paul this time I will call does work with the first time you were with a Wall Street and Wall coming of Walmart free delivery global bargain so we America your dog well you would pay for all of the above well good your call for all you have to tell me you can't feel the pain of Celtic fan tell me about the body Walter Davis you'll know what both of the miracle to reset look on the map AS one floor well not yeah what is the one that had a little hi Alvin you were not there for that call right right now it's probably wise why did we ever run that guy and I never got an answer to the question what is that in the background would you believe that phone call is great is that phone call was indeed tell was dated by who we referenced there was a palm pilot reference in there it ended that call stand up or what that call was made twenty years ago on the show that call was made the year two thousand so yeah for about ten years I would shout out to Jim in fall river Jim in fall river where are you bro you can cover the snack off anytime you don't even you shot during the year just shot that day and never did I have no idea what happened to him in the amazing thing is I would argue that was not even his best call he's made better because in that call I have no idea what happened him just like I've nobody would happen a lot of people but that got was that good that he still gets reference twenty years later right so let me do this let me break because rover when we come back but in some rare I will actually let the beef segment jump the segment so if you've got a beef because I started late that segment are you an opportunity to share it next.

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Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Sleep Deprivation

20 Minute Fitness

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Sleep Deprivation

"Versa weight gain is not only caused by inadequate sleep as huggins of other factors involved eighty two cores this weight gain by sleep deprivation so I'm GONNA use a statistic I aimed at bridge all two pounds in that one week which is absolutely leptin is the hormone responsible for suppressing your appetite and encouraging the body to upon when you're short on sleep already you can see that's it negatively affects she to look for the next sugar hedge whether that be quick doughnuts not fizzy drink it may also you're also more likely to have cravings fatty sugary foods and make less a day just two quick notes on the homes mentioned earlier so sleep deprivation news stations as well in addition to Ghrelin and Leptin there are other hormones and Bolton Coleman's promote eating for pleasure which is called head Dodig eating another recent discoveries news also insulin promotes the release of Leptin serve your fat cells are less insulin a massive domino effect and tons

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"huggins" Discussed on Let's Talk About It - Podcast

Let's Talk About It - Podcast

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on Let's Talk About It - Podcast

"It a movement but that was the outcome of civil rights it made lead was the system where acknowledging the dominant paradigm is white and you would give black back and minority people access. Do you know what has become of that now. White women and now the focal point of affirmative action. It's that sophisticated on A. I have no idea how to respond to that. This even to be the focal point for a lot both of issues. Something goes here near the theory. This something different topic. Some stunt comedian Rosie in this token of this Caitlyn Jenner. The the transitional one became one of the year. That's correct. I know you how people see again. Well first of all women so bad at their job. We have a monolithic woman on. Tell what you're on a on a stop. Let's check those Duke. But you know I I have some issues. There were pondering not joe found not joke issue the absurdity behind the absurdity yeah pondering but it's not a joke in that if women have had not forgotten who they were and were sent to be. Would we be dealing with so many interesting and difficult issues. Would we have the idea. I came up with this term. I don't know if how original it was but I came up with this term from seeing my own female relatives call toxic sigma terminals toxic maternal. I have learned in the Caribbean. It's actually very common. Aw I WANNA talk about at some point when it now with you but one of the topics I want to get to is how we we have very toxic mothers who create an raise very dysfunctional girls and women who devoid of compassion. Who are devoid ice? I see a lot of young mothers now. Who Don't know how to mother children? They don't know how to be loving. They don't know how to be nurturing and when I get really critical I see that it's in my own family family. I see my own mother. I see my aunts. I see with their own daughters. They had to step fin to raise their grandchildren because the daughters did not know how to raise them. And I had to ask the question. How is that possible? You know why it's possible because that cryogenic ration- didn't raise their girl children so what seems seems as a joke is actually quite profound and worth interrogation but anyway sorry. I'm going up and up soon because we have a couple of minutes left and see Rian come down struggle or you. There was something else gets into. Were you only see topic of general the woman of the year but it was funny thing. Is that people on us. John that some of these people are transitioning like transition from Monsanto. WanNa become like this this of strength and identity and stuff great to see some of these people that transition into women would dumb Osman before transition going to transition enter dumb also and all of a sudden everybody listening to them on idolize them is. This is so funny to see like how people have construed popularity intellect so whereas before yes whereas with a triple doctorates will be somebody respect. No no this Busan. This was decided to have sex same undone. which is there are some difficulties? You have to come to do that okay. There's some stern said he needs a how to up to that in public. No Don crash has begun for gender equality and I was like a position of somebody to look to thoughts. Strength is just. Don't play an Alderman before him. You know after tell. The topic is very intricate and vary so entangled in a lot of emotion. I understand what you're saying and as I listen to you I even think about before all of this happened. They were drag queens and I always remember two things one they will always emulating women exaggerating Lee so but they were emulating women to there was a theory cultural theory that it they were emulating black women their cultural norms performances etc.. Uh I am not yet able to put legitimate. Intellectual thoughts and to my words are words to my thoughts on that whole subject. I think it's very fraught the idea of WHO's woman and I just have chosen to let people who are walking that journey talk for themselves. But it's the same way I as a black woman have gone through so much in life as an idea and personally speaking I have vowed from now on my work Sheldon Sheldon. Should be resisting. Anyone who tries to erase or make light of my story and I think is important you as a black woman. So how a black woman representing in your story to represent your sight of things that's why regardless of what difficulties you might be going through some of the complexion of your general go. We're in through. There's only so much that I will do for myself in support like all supported. But I'll never come out to be a beacon of Voice Ritz because at entity. This is something that is coach that needs to be carried by the son who is actually backer and as much as I agree with whatever difficulties you grew in through as much the support you because I would different skin color with different general. Let me say this. I'm listening to you. And this is the issue of having a conversation relation right you may say something and then two minutes later you may come up with contradictory thought. I'm listening to you and I'm like but there is and there are examples apple's where you would stand up and become a beacon for something that you've never experience and I think about domestic violence And I WANNA WANNA be clear because one of the things. I've learned from my own experiences that we always talk about domestic violence in terms of partners and males and females else or in the case of Saint Partners. Somebody it's still part in the violence. But you you as a man you could stand for other men and instruct them. This behavior is unacceptable so likewise there might be areas in which we all have have the opportunity to stand up for something that we're not journey. You know that is a good point. I think what I said is the thirteen Madonna. Absolute thing is yes. So there's an expert to wear when I see something people might think this is now. There's just it's the the underside of being public with your views on your thoughts and you hope people are intelligent enough to ask a question. Or A to interrogate I'll give you a chance to expound but it's the risk you take on some fancy we'll have to know that it's okay to disagree with yourself not disagree disagree or your name is a d'Ici the Nigerian writer. She says there's more within one narrative and story. I love that and it's the truth. If I sit and talk to you about anyone thing they are different lines narratives in that one story they are different lines and narratives of why I'm ten years unemployed. They're different front lines. On narratives of how it is my family was able to illegally eject me raid my property. Keep like two million dollars worth worth of jewelry. Keep on my art that I filled a house with a huge house. My library my life work of writings. There are Multiple lines of every story has never won. So it's not that you disagreeing you're talking different lines. Wow Wow that is to look at this all right. Well I think unfortunately run out of space to record so mm-hmm hopefully maximum a kid. I guess dry for six hours. We can do this again. This is definitely been enjoyable. I'm glad I took time.

"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

Panyx Station

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

"Inside, which I think new actually down a couple of hundred million from las I think Alassio is like nine hundred Milan. This was like seven hundred something million. Check out. Check it out for themselves because I don't know the numbers. But I find. That's crazy, so that's one thing that we definitely need to focus on, and if I talk to absolutely anybody anybody I. I'll talk ordinary laborers on site. I will talk to women by a bar. You know I will talk to a priest Jewish those things we need to focus on agriculture that is something that our country needs, and I don't sound how we can have. An entire country could see problem solution, and then the people that we elect. To represent us. Just completely blinded well I. That's that's that's the crux right there. I one of my pet peeves is that I say we don't really understand the world live in. We don't understand the country reliving. We don't understand for instance that one. When? Things don't add up. We say we're confused and we don't understand. We never stopped to think. What is it that we don't know what informational piece fits the puzzle that we're not aware of? When ever you get confused about something, it's because the pieces don't align. We don't understand that the people who have been running this country in terms of politicians. have been doing the bidding of the people who really run the country behind closed doors, and not so secret behind closed. Everybody is aware of the right now. So and what do they do? They bring restaurants an import food. So. Will the government who they sponsor and fund ever really do anything to reduce the bill or to reduce their bottom line or to put their enterprises at risk? So that gets to why. Excuse me I feel the need that we changed the way we live as individuals and as common folk, because we cannot rely on people to do it for us, and we can't rely on the wrong people to do it for us and the wrong people the politicians. They're not there for us. I don't know when people wake up throughout the globe and realized that. I think I think they are a week. No I think they are aware. No, but I think we problem. is they just don't know what to do. It's like trying to battle this sort of a huge unstoppable monster. That's why you do it piece by piece so for me. I've taken up while. I didn't I didn't intend to do it. It just came to me based on one my trading to just how my brain works. The two pieces I started with was food. If a family and individuals can feed themselves. There's nothing more revolutionary than that you never. Are At risk. For anything happening, outside your her. Unless it's a nuclear war. But to say can control you. Buy. Your food and access to food and access to healthy food, and if anyone does to reading, there is a whole Pantheon of literature about this. There are places in the US and it happens. He entered add to. The food you get in certain areas rich areas, not the same food you get in Poor Areas In the states, there's almost an absolute absence. Of Fresh Green Food is only canned foods. Whole people generally go to what is called a dollar store and buy old packaged processed canned food, nothing fresh. That's problematic. The other thing I focus on is holding. and. I need to state I. Have this idea about a voting? APP, that is not controlled not in the dominion, not under the governance, not under the regulation of any government or nation state. It is like any other APP that individual down loads and uses..

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"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

Panyx Station

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

"And apply it as if they're doing land agriculture. Okay. I'll have to bring that down from because agriculture outside of my I understand expertise, so what exactly? What she insisted they make the ordinary way of operating the whole value of doing hydroponics and Akwa politics is that you can go up? And you can magnify your floor. By how many times you go! So if you're setting up a system if you were farming and you were using five hundred square feet. and. You decide to convert to hydroponics. Aqua pants. You wouldn't set a bed. Of hydroponics on the same five hundred square feet Rodeo turn. On go by all, you can do it. Five hundred and do five stories or ten stories depending on how high it is. We are not doing that yet. That's one of the innovative ideas I have in the back of my mind, not only to do it, but fuss to do it indoors in each home. I've been unemployed for the last ten years. I've been homeless for the last. Nineteen months. I got dreadfully ill for lack of. Excuse, me, nutrition. I had this idea long before all of that happened, but I realized I had solution for people who are poor who? Four who are unemployed? They may be very skilled, but if they're outside the circles, and outside the spheres of influence, there almost as if they're without any resource, and I thought this is a solution for people to eat and be healthy and be whole, even if you don't have money, even if you don't have a job and it's a system that constantly replenishes itself. The plants never die. So think get that implemented as to. Find somewhere to get. D. Awake get that. Anybody could easily Lewin on sets up on then maybe give them instructions on. How runs with certain ups as well? The hesitation I have about that great sounding idea is that we're not doing it indoors I'm now proposing that it be done indoors in people's homes..

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"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

Panyx Station

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on Panyx Station

"Good afternoon welcome. Molise Huggins how we today. Well you are I, think my second guessing. I met over social media. Just talking about some issues, in Trinidad and Tobago to Dan Recommendations on how we could fix it. Why don't you just stop by intravenous? Oh for everybody out there. So you have an idea for you. Well I am Elise Huggins. I grew up. And had all my education on the US. I've had an interesting mix of education in. Ranges from agriculture to public law to economics to development. I had a career doing international development in Africa predominantly I was based in Zimbabwe. That was on and off a ten years. And I've been in Trinidad since two thousand three. That's basically two general background. So we were talking on on facebook a couple. A couple of weeks ago about eerie study you said you have your doctorate in a public law and applied economics. My specialty is public law. And Rules and regulations, who chooses yes right? I think we were talking about who makes the decisions for our representatives, because we elect these representatives into bowl, and what form of redress the we have, if you. Are Not making decisions. Our best interest is anything that we could do. Funny. You should say that right before we started. I was on social media and I think the group is. I don't remember the group right now. But someone asked. Is there a way for us to govern the country? With out dividing the population. And I didn't get a chance to read through it. I don't know if you want to refer to it because it's actually so poignant to our discussion. But I started responding to them. Yes, it is possible. And this voting up that I conceived. And I'm waiting to get prototype. Does just that it is not based on pot party, politics or personality. It's based on questions. Ideas Solutions Innovations. That anyone with access to the APP can submit ideas..

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Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen

5 Minutes in Church History

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen

"This episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination

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"huggins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"huggins" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"huggins" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"And now, that's like here's what would happen turnover. They always like had the ball on one hand. They're just doing like with both hands like the what like what a cow house that charts. Like, dude, you just read that guy like he's out of breath. Like, he can't breathe right now, you just need him in the chest and hug it does. I mean like Huggins is just like, I don't know. But they cut the hug it like last night. The the guy commenting on the game is like we got a camera on Huggins. Like, this dude is losing his mind and SPN actually shows a Huggins Cam just to basically watch him have a meltdown watching his team. I don't know. I'm worried about huggy bear. Let's let's let's clean it up West Virginia. Cou could we please step up the play a little bit or just put the man in the hall of fame because it's really always coaching for this point. Right. Like he knows he's not gonna win a national title. No offense. West Virginia fans, you're probably not winning a national title with like three star to star is probably not going to happen. You could go to another final four. You can have good runs. You could compete for the big twelve you're probably not win the national title. So that tells me that Bob Huggins, the only thing he's waiting on at this point is getting into the hall of fame. I think he's on the ballot. This year Tate. I think the the twenty nineteen class. He is eligible voters in what him in the hall. Tell it does make the call right now. And be like you're in the hall huggy bear you can retire. Please. Go stuff your face with red meat and whiskey. Like, we know you want to just go kick back, relax and enjoy your retirement because my God it is. It is very stressful watching this man, sweating his balls off and getting a red face and throwing his. Whatever papers he has in his hand up against the scoreboard. I dunno. I can't take it. I think we'll know that he's officially snapped. When he takes off the like the windbreaker. You know, what I mean when he when he finally rips off the windbreaker and lets it all hang out. That's when we'll know. It's like oh land. They broke Huggies literally. Let's hang out. It's all compacted into the windbreaker. You know what I mean? And it's all like there, and it's like held together as nice congealed Bob Huggins on a stool. But eventually when he rips at thing off, you know, what I mean, it's going to be like that guy. Remember that picture of the guy saying we'll have Kyle of not necessarily Kyle. But you know, the guys said thanks Kyle would shirt on with his shirt off in the crowd. That's what huggy bear with. Although the Buffalo Bills. Yes. Buffalo Bills guys. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That that would be. He tries to rip his jacket like ROY. Did was that last year when you were tried to rip his blazer? That's yeah. Well, it was the it was the throw it hits. Seventh woods in Kentucky game monk had forty seven. And then it was the rip the judge two years ago two years ago. Yeah. Okay. Pretty good. He took the jacket off and tried to try to rip a sports coat and sports. Go was like, what are you doing, bro? Alexander alexander. Julian may this co- you cannot rip it soon is..

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Bobby Seale, Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn on Police Repression, Fred Hampton Murder & Prison Strike

Democracy Now! Audio

27:28 min | 3 years ago

Bobby Seale, Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn on Police Repression, Fred Hampton Murder & Prison Strike

"Sir. This is democracy. Now democracy now or the warrant piece report. I'm Amy Goodman with one gun solace with part two of today's edition of fifty years ago that right fifty years ago this week, the nineteen sixty eight democratic national convention in Chicago became a national spectacle as a major political event turned into chaos that culminated with a police riot, much of it unfolding on live national television. While Hubert Humphrey was nominated as the democratic candidate in nineteen sixty eight inside despite the fact he didn't run in any primaries outside was where the news was where police were clubbing teargassing thousands of protesters. For more. We continue our interviews with Bobby Seale founding chairman, Black Panther party was in the protests at the beginning in Chicago. Bill Ayers was arrested on August twenty seven fifty years ago and Bernardine Dohrn both Bernardine and Bill longtime activists for peace and racial Justice, former SDS that students for a democratic society and whether underground members. I mean, he Goodman with Juan Gonzalez one? Yes. Yes. With Bobby Seale again to follow up a Bobby on the conversation. We were having that the end of our previous segment when you were talking about how once Richard Nixon was elected president, he ordered. His aides to begin immediate eradication of the Black Panther party. One of the interesting things that most people are not aware of is that years later report came out in the New York Times that the f. b. i. had conducted a CPR secret poll among black Americans and found that more than twenty five percent of African Americans were supporters of the Black Panther party felt that the Black Panther party was fighting. Their interest is significant portion of the America of the African American population of this country was supportive of of your revolutionary organization. And yet as you were saying Nixon immediately ordered that you be crushed, could you talk about what happened in that first few years of the Nixon administration to the panther party. Exactly the year of nineteen sixty nine is the year. Now, remember I said he had a meeting with j. Edgar Hoover and Jade ago who were in the December the first week of December stated nationally on television that we were threat to the internal, the blackout, the party is a threat to the internal security of America. Come come. What was February seventeenth seventeenth. John a buddy Carter and John Huggins will murdered at UCLA. They were the leaders of the black path to party and loss Angeles California now. But she Carter really had gotten out of his gang group. 'cause he, he ran a three thousand member gang and he created a political organization call wretched of the earth delay to become and he later became rub. They headed up to southern California chapter the black part in the Los Angeles community. Eric, the what I'm trying to say here is that. That was the first attack on the part of the power structure using the us organization, etcetera. In a conflict situation to kill and murder. The leaders of the Los Angeles chapter, the blackout, the party do that process in the next three or four months. They attack more than twenty two offices I'm talking about in Indiana. I'm talking about the, they blew up the office and demands. I will literally got the crew Clinton of blew up that blow up that building. And I'm telling you. In San Diego brother. Bell was opening up to San Diego office at eight AM in the morning, and the police and FBI came jumped out of cars and came into place and shot him dead killing murdering. So I'm just says that period of tacking by the end of that year with the murder of Fred Hampton and then the shootout in Los Angeles, four days later after that cetera I have in my organization, I had twenty eight dead blackout to party members sixty nine wounded and defending ourselves. We defended ourselves and many of these attacks. By the end of that year, fourteen police were kill because we shot back when they came in shooting in us. We did not play. We shot back

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