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"indiana pa" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

08:02 min | 2 months ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"indiana pa" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"At the ball. I also got to pay sweet about quarterback to mitch tall. Maybe get open your damn good for urkel though. Yeah he's crushed. Is it kind of looks cool. You think it looks like stefan or do you think him and fucking alfonzo riviera. Yes i do. Probably some tension there lot imagine. There's like i wonder if they wanna smack each other in the mouth. Maybe i think so we don carlton. Yes something about next. I don't know if ercole starts going to that spoken golf outing. yeah dance. then they're gonna have a real carlton. carlton here's americans ranked fifty states per yougov. And i dunno i. What is this like that you would want travel to. Seems like or like just like good. Stay cool fucking states. I mean someone else's got my eyes are alive respondents. Were asked to choose better of two states. From a list of the dc in a series of head to head matchups figure shown is the percentage of times each state. One their matchup fine for it though. Hawaii colorado virginia nevada north carolina virginia tobacco road. Uh-huh yeah which is in north carolina. I get hawaii. Rats fucking sweet nevada. Sweet she buddy carolina's sweet or bags. Genius yeah virginia beach virginia. I mean it's actually not a bad list. Why is dc. so that's not a state loses every time. There are actually buckets like the muslims people per capita by. Yeah for sure jersey should be fifty one. I'm pretty low. I mean is it against all fifty states. I want to see the match ups here. Did iowa have a fucking stacked bracket or or something like this bullshit. I was out sick though focusing on galaxy of illinois is at thirty nine iowa. You guys. chicago publicist. I'm sure you've got to law. But we don't as tasty as someone who's lived in. Pa and indiana pa. Being seventeen in indiana being forty five makes complete sense. The indiana is appropriately ranked. I'm surprised new. York is down to eight. I figured at least top five. Oh you're telling me choosing fucking invented america. We're sitting at thirty one. You're welcome all these other states for existed. I mean outside of boston though. It's kind of steph talking pro basketball hall white. You're not a springfield. Got six flags mass. You know we're right next to new hampshire for your die you fucking rhode island's beautiful beautiful cape cod. Point of your state is close to other weird states ananta. Cape god bulk. Martha's vineyard ohio's little high for me. I think it's kennedy's gone was appropriately ranked right where it is thirty-three is alaska so high a beautiful up there odyssey wise montana so lower seeing the proposal i could see russia yard. Seen american baldi will fly free in alaska. I've seen one flying in iowa. Goddamn guarantee that. The canadian up bonchamps. Fuck fucking montana and montana is way too fucking love and honor montana last week so loads at eighteen. I think that's very generous. Yeah montano tennessee. 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"indiana pa" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:43 min | 11 months ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Did i say seventy. Was i supposed to say nine hundred and ninety nine because of the print song from nine hundred. Eighty three or tony duffy. Was i supposed to say party. Like it's nineteen seventy eight wait. I can't even say nine hundred and seventy eight because in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight the pittsburgh steelers were not what record or they tony. Duffy from behind the curtain. There ain't no for the first time ever. Not even not even our great grandfathers could say that they saw that jimmy stewart was a steelers fan. Too from not mistaken. He was from indiana. Pa i gotta tell you that. I i'm sure he was but so i'm pretty excited about the whole thing. Tony and it's one of those things that we've never seen before now before you get into anything. I know we have some big breaking news. We're going to get into that. I promise you. We're going to talk about the kobe test. But let's get back to what we're talking about. You don't have to love the way. The steelers played for most of that game. Tony but yet do you gotta love eight or now. Yeah yeah. I mean we. We knew this is a tough stretch for them. Three games on the road and then of course. The injuries on defense kept piling up after devin bush. Mike tyson lewis. So i guess it's it's great that they got out of that with a could've been a lot worse. They lost yesterday so every now. And then you're going to have an ugly one in. It's better to learn why he went and learn. Why you lose that. That is the truth and we're really excited. We are gonna talk about that. Because but look i know him wearing scrubs. This is because of my job. No i have not dr bad. I'm not a doctor. I am not doing this. Because of the steelers positive cova test and i know you're all aching to hear about that. It just came out over twitter just a little bit ago and so we're going to let you know that vance mcdonald has been placed on the covid list nor the reports that we are getting right. Now from twitter rafit apollo came out with it Pretty big name in steelers reporting. So i've got to say that Raise gonna put his name behind it. That it's probably right on right tony at absolutely those guys are as much as we like to make fun of seminars guys when when they report something. It's usually spot on yes. So here's the deal so its vance on the list. He played in yesterday's game had a catch. But here's the thing he was ill and practice the other day so but the test didn't come up until today. He was not feeling well on friday in now. They're coming up with the test so we'll just have to see what happens with that. Yeah it's a pretty high profile player. A guy that's that's obviously in on a lot of place so you know it just depends on if anybody else got it in how many at this point you know what i mean we will just track it and see it and there's gonna be a lot of a lot of information to come out on this you know. Hey we can speculate all we want right now alls we know is that this news came out in half an hour ago and tony. Tony tony the the breaking news guy. Because he's the guy who broke the news to all of us beat a btc. He sought. I so i was the first seen those arguments people on twitter. But other stuff i i came across my feet and and i you know became a professional for like two seconds so wes asked. Why do they do that crap. If he wasn't feeling well them out. Take over precaution immediately. You know if he doesn't have a fever at the time you. I mean we don't know we just don't know we don't know what was in it but i will tell you this. It seems like the entire time that the guy with a pulse on covid has been mike tomlin so he doesn't take these things very lightly in fact he has been lauded for the way he handled covert the entire time. You also got understand this. We are now in cold and flu season. It's i mean it's starting you know. I'm in a sales job or i go to doctors offices every single day i of course completely fitted with everything. So i don't get but with all the doorknobs that i touch with all the doorknobs that everybody touches with more kids going back to school. You know this is going to be very interesting. As far as what's going to be happening going forward tony. But i know one thing that i know that we have not seen a tennessee. Titans situation since that happened way back before week. Four and now. We're getting ready to go into week ten so it seems that a lot of people excuse me a lot of teams have figured out how to find one one situation him and keep keep it away from everybody else. Look at what. We thought just a week ago with the ravens. We really thought that this was going to be an epidemic on the raver. Ravens marlon humphrey. Humphrey gets it and they put a few guys on the list because they were known associates. So don't be surprised if you see ebron and ban or whatever next couple of days on the list as they're watching them and testing them because they're around him a lot so that that that could be an opportunity but i don't think that you might you'll be in a situation where you're gonna lose a bunch of guys because they're gonna take this very seriously and we've seen since titans Incident that seems to be never ending. We've seen at least weekly one or two teams. You know report players that either had to go into the protocol or tested positive. It's just as you said it's it's it's a virus it's heading into cold and flu season and and to expect players to be any different than than everybody else when it comes to come to this. I mean i. I you know i'm hesitant to ever criticize anybody for getting sick. I mean i was critical of the titans because they were n- Negligent and openly negligent. But every you know as far as the football players unless you're in a bubble which they can't be somebody was gonna eventually the steelers. Somebody was eventually pro more likely going to test positive for this. So it's just it's just it's just the reality of twenty twenty so i'm looking at the live chat Prayers go out to brad and his family Hope everybody's feeling better soon All of our family out there in the live chat. We do really appreciate you. We love you out there so thank you all very much for coming in and supporting us as well. Let hate for tony romo out there. Tony deaf people. i think. Hey tony romo more than they hate. Chris collins by the way. I love chris collins. He's my guy. And i have always said that. But tony romo is kinda grading. Well i mean it was just a matter of time for color. Innocent analysts are all like offensive coordinators. It's just a matter of time before people hate them. I mean tony romo was was so so popular in refreshing and back in two thousand seventeen but but it's just a matter of time before those guys start the great on on the on fans because they're they're neutral so when you're neutral thomas an almost seems like they're running for the other team at you..

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"indiana pa" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"I mean that's. Pretty Blunt right there. I don't know if he's trying to be as blunt as interpreting that to be, but he's talking about guys needing development, time and guys. They have to learn about at the major league level. That's probably not gonNA end well I think particularly as it relates to the bullpen, you look at the starters you could see must grow having a real good year. Mitch Keller is a guy who is highly thought of just getting started. Trevor Williams says had success in the big leagues for extended stretches. The starting rotation is not proven, but it's far from hopeless. You get into that bullpen man. I don't know what they're gonNA. Get and they're gonNA. Get into that bullpen a lot and they're gonNA learn the hard way a lot I think, but. That's why they play the game. Let's give the last word to Derek was the star of string spring training two point zero at the podium. He he thinks not only are the pirates not indifferent to all the criticism and low expectations. He thinks that's going to help drive the team. Trust me, I'm a big reader. See what's going on I. I've seen somebody I'M NOT GONNA. Call out whoever it was, but somebody made a comment about me and brawl in. Somebody else don us. This is a terrible rotation ripping US apart. We love that. Please keep doing it. Keep ripping US apart. Keep constant, you think we suck and all that, and I love it, and so those guys. I promise you if you're feeding the fire and we love that. Play ball tonight, guys! Echoes, cards, eight fifteen. Baseball's back. What's the over under on wins for the season for twenty four and a half twenty four? By Fox Bet APP has a twenty five and a half. Going to twenty five and a half. Five hundred Mike. They gotTA. Win Twenty Six. Shoots, going, to be. Be close to be interesting bill. The starting pitchers are going to have to go real deep in outing. Because if as start putting out you know, getting shelled and getting out of there in the fourth inning and fifth inning. It's just gonNA. Put pressure on the biggest trouble spot on the club, and that's just GonNa. It could get real out of control. Real quick. and. Here's the other red flag of the sixteen pitcher. The only have four left-handers. One of those is Holland who's a starter and another one is Stephen brought. who were assuming is going to be one of the piggyback guys for the fifth spot in the rotation, so that's. A real promising, either, but that's why they play the Games. Get another one in the virtual coffeehouse from Jimmy add. They're coming up after the break here on the DVD morning. Show all right back into the virtual copy house now. Jimmy Adler with us his new record, sweet memories recorded up Indiana Pa. He played every instrument himself on this record. Let your stevie wonder doing visions here man you got took care of all of it. Yeah, yeah, it was quite a an adventure for me to be able to try this approach very different. Good deal all right well. Let's hear another one from the records. Sweet Memories What are we gonNA listen to hear. This one is called North Carolina about pulling out of Pittsburgh and head on down south. And where can people pick this up? Where can they hear at Jimmy? You can get this record anywhere that you get your music..

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"indiana pa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And and healthcare system some of the things go up so it hits you doubly hard and that's one of things to school leaders are going to have to plan for our guests these brand heard from former state senator Bob here in Indiana and now Attorney Barnes and Thornburg spends on time to watch NBC and on his neck and what's up in west Lafayette print something else I thought was interesting and this kind of goes back to that two thousand eight two thousand nine fiscal impact because of gold a lot of people say particularly education universe they accuse Republicans of cutting three on a million dollars from schools and that money was never restored never gotten back you know fast forward twelve years later here we go again how do you how do you respond to that the flat out politically motivated life you know you you can mess with numbers in a pretty big way in order to tell whatever story you want to tell the fact of the matter is that Indiana has spent whole record amounts on education in every single budget cycle since the depths of the recession in Indiana was one of the states to cut last and least out of any of the in the entire fifty states in the nation so the three hundred million dollar numbers based on inflated figure and if you look at per student spending in the state it has been on a constant increase instead calling it it just becomes a political football people are convinced of that money solves all problems if you look at Chicago public schools for instance I I believe they have they have the highest combined tax rate United States the highest paid teachers in the United States and their educational outcomes were abysmal and so number one dollars don't buy better education number two in the M. out treats education as a key priority we spend more on education as a percentage of our state budget than almost any other state in the nation and that isn't even factoring in a fantastic cost of living out which helps with dollars stretch farther and believe me I know about that spending some time in DC it is insane in terms of cost of living I wanted things to my friend I'm a bit late interest in getting your thoughts like said because when you're in the Senate taxes because the policy was your bailiwick this is question is popping up that although Bob schools right now in Indiana pa for this budget cycle should be held harmless next year but it was really quite sure what's going to happen and some folks are talking about may be readjusted the school funding formula because since our schools get a lot of their operating expenses from sales taxes which was kind of the property tax deal we made more than a decade ago with the lack of sales tax revenue that's going to hurt schools they need that reliable source of funding and maybe we should maybe move the needle to them to rely more on property taxes one of the worst ideas out there and and because it fails to look at the issue in context if you say that schools need stable sources of income what you're saying to homeowners around the state he is hated the bill's going to come due or the you have the ability to pay it or not and that is especially injurious those on fixed incomes are senior citizens in particular schools are no different than anyone else the state government had to tighten its belt burned during tough times families and businesses had to tighten their belts people pulling out their their spreadsheets now looking about how they can save money your car costs and so forth I think in any discussion education is always a top priority for the state and it will continue to be but to suggest that yeah what could be the worst economic here but any of our lifetimes that schools will not be an ounce to face in the in the review of their spending not be asked to take their belts in any way that's not only unrealistic but it's unfair to taxpayers in some for all the other priorities that state government funds they'll they'll be well as we said before the last recession they'll be cut last and least but he we have to be realistic about this it's going to be a shared sacrifice all right well I guess they has been Brandt Hershman a former state senator Pierre instead of Indiana used to chair the technical school policy committee Balboa attorney with Barnes and Thornburg so bring my friend thank you very very much for being with us we appreciate your perspective keep practicing good social distancing and don't forget to wash your hands thanks so much and that will do it for this edition of Indian issues for the latest on call the nineteen of the symptoms of Indiana we should check us at our parent website in the politics dot org also find us on Facebook and on Twitter and also on other forms of social media I'm talking to a boss thanks for joining us then we'll talk to next time on.

"indiana pa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In order with you our guest Dan Drake by western training and as a clinical psychologist by eastern training she apprenticed with the indigenous shaman from Malaysia Borneo for more than twenty years she has devoted herself to the study and practice of shamanism as a child and saw incensed spirits but her reporting of such sightings was met obviously with harsh punishment gradually she learned to shut down this awareness until it was awakened again when she landed in Malaysia Borneo was a Peace Corps volunteer where the vibrations of the spirit world permeated her entire bean and M. Drake here on coast to coast and welcome to the program thank you thanks for having me looking for me to tell you a quick little story that I think you'll find fascinating my late uncle many many years ago in Boston recommended to a senator of Massachusetts of a concept called the Peace Corps in the senator was one of those who ran with the idea and got it done it was John Kennedy and it was my uncle who recommended that to him there's not some kind of wonderful long time ago tell me tell me let's go back when you were kids tell me about this spirit awakening that you had well I would I would I remember strongly when I moved into this one house when I was a little kid where the previous owner had died I can't seen me thank spirits and I went like scream and yell because I didn't know what they learned and I'd get in trouble for it the tree outside talk to me at night and my family was very religious and by the time I was five or six I had to go sit in church and we had this beautiful stained glass windows of Jesus in the garden in the salmon and I used to go up and sit with him and looked down on on the congregation and I always thought that was kind of a win meant when they said they had a religious experience said that they think about their body and went in and when with Jesus but gradually I learned to kind of shut it down because it wasn't at all part of our culture but they certainly will awaken when I went to a place where it was alive and well well it's a it's an amazing the little career that you have there and then how did it evolve how did you end up going to Malaysia Borneo with the Peace Corps of course but how did you end up being involved with the shaman and and studying and apprenticing with them well that happened about twenty years later on while I was there I had many healings from the local healers and I didn't I don't even think I knew of the concept of like twenty two of shamanism at that point I may have read about it in and and you know when I took anthropology but you know they were intact piece wild people with guns in their areas or whatever you know they weren't the kind neighbors that that take care of you when you were sick so when I went back to study at this point I was a clinical science psychologist and I specialized in PTSD and I ended up with a few people in my practice and have multiple personalities and I was fascinated by how it was that before me one person would be sitting there and then all of a sudden it would be this fresh and a whole other team would be in front of me and they looked and sounded different but they were in the same body and some of them one person out of the woodwork classes and have a winning one might have asthma and the others wouldn't so it was fascinating how this happened and I would ask colleagues and they would say oh they switched it with an all and it was like we I know that that how does this happen so at the same time I was pondering these questions had a strong pull to return to bring out and you know I always trust those instincts whenever it's so I was traveling with a friend who is the union analysts and she was very interested in shamanism and we made this side of this spiritual pilgrimage went to Indiana PA on Indonesia and following that you know going back to the village was harder than in so she was asking questions about shamanism and we started visiting with the local shaman who I'd known before but he was only about seven years older than me so he was just beginning his path at that time and we started hanging out at his house and he invited us to go on a ceiling I'm listening to and remote village that was built entirely over water and if there is a man who was dying and no one knew what was wrong with him and the bomber lands he was called that's the mailing for shamans this is the most well known and proficient at the time so we check this both trapping sort of walked up seasonal rickety stairs into and grass huts wishing totally bear no furniture just snaps on the floor and there was this man line man that looked like he was near a gas he was what kind of green and I thought he was going to die at any moment and the moment of this eventually coming in but he still responding newspapers's waving knives around singing and cancellations and afterwards he said of set sign up and eventually returned to full house finance can well what happened and he was a fisherman in the South China Sea which was shark infested she is one of the many ways someone could die upon demand including being flown by a peice conference right and usually people worry even as their boats capsized before they were arrested they were toast for sure so in his chair of that happening most of his soul left his body and he was rescued before the sharks got him then he came back filled with the chair and the timing and his soul left in his body so the bomb on hand journeying to remove the chair from his field and bring his soul back into fiat eight to respond engine is able to fully recover and so it was like oh I get it when you have a severe trauma you dissociate as we count in western culture you leave and the energy of that experience and here's your field and like women who are raped will talk about they can never get clean I take showers and showers and showers is because the energy and the prison rape sentiments in their field and they feel horrible and shameful so it is this process of losing part of your core essence and now their energies coming in the Beaumont had said that illness where they emotional spiritual and physical is caused by a loss of part of our core essence in the intrusion of other energy let's talk a little bit in about karma first of all and of course that's part of the subtitle of your book the energetic dimension in your opinion what is karma well is energies we have accrued from my many lifetimes there's positive crown comment there's negative karma and I believe that we come into each life time with something interesting all comically and something to manifest so that someone who means the going into a family where there's a lot of addiction say they came into this life time to work on the issue of addiction and so it's like hitting and in the face so they can escape it origin thank if your comment is to make a huge difference in the world you come in with conditions that will help make sure that as supposed to conditions that will help not happen happen so I know a lot of people talk about comment as you know if I did something bad to you then you have to do something bad to me and that's not how I see it working it's like we have the potential to seal common sense I did something bad to you I can do something trying to you in another lifetime that will resolve that kind but if you did something bad to me will it turn around and bite you well it can in the sense that if we put the negative energy out into the world that negative energy has a tendency to bomb Iran back against us so on the same with positive energy right exactly exactly so it's that it's following the energetic streams and you know we've been and we've had sort of binary split with a lot of people putting a lot of positive energy into the planet at the same time other people playing a lot of heat and fearing chat the planet so needs a different energy streams that people following the sometimes clashing outfits and misunderstandings so the goal is to put mine on a positive energy into the planet can we control and our own karma what we can learn from management and choose healing and transform it so I think of it more is transforming into and controlling it controlling it's kind of like pushing it down which is when you find aspects of yourself that need healing the project compassionately and because that's the only way to really heal things is to hold it and compassionate life because if we're going to you bad person bad bad bad bad bad at night keeps the energy stock so if you can say okay I've had this tendency to only still acts I don't wanna do it anymore let me understand where it came from and then we can begin to see how it but it does it does work that way for some reason now why why does that work to be able to sell it in that way yeah I mean what makes it happen like that well energy is fluent we all have an energetic body which most of the world understands and recognizes me in all of you know acupuncture chan chan chi gong tai chi meditation there energetic practices and most indigenous cultures understand about energy insurance somehow in the last week saying his question aside and don't think of it as part of our being on the quantum physics and has all these different dimensions which are energetic and base so you know we're coming around to it that he so we can easily shift energy and that's what Shannon killers did they change the vibration in the energy field to allow the body to heal so energies very fluent it's not a fixed on state so that's how the Angie's conditionals and transformed has this information made you a better psychologist definitely definitely yeah because the knowledge just say that if all we had to do was understand our problems are issues everyone would be sealed in Campion sixty eight session because you do understand that you know your problem with your father contributed to you feeling bad about yourself or the teacher telling you that you were stupid did you think you were stupid your whole life and if you just say well you know that's not true I'm missing a very smart person I'm very smart but it's the energy behind the words that stays in our field and so I can.

Dan Drake Malaysia Borneo
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KTOK

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on KTOK

"She apprenticed with the indigenous shaman from Malaysia Borneo for more than twenty years she has devoted herself to the study and practice of shamanism as a child and saw incensed spirits but her reporting of such sightings was met obviously with harsh punishment gradually she learned to shut down this awareness until it was awakened again when she landed in Malaysia Borneo was a Peace Corps volunteer where the vibrations of the spirit world permeated her entire bean and M. Drake here on coast to coast and welcome to the program thank you thanks for having me looking for me to tell you a quick little story that I think you find fascinating my late uncle many many years ago in Boston recommended to a senator of Massachusetts of a concept called the Peace Corps in the senator was one of those who ran with the idea and got it done and it was John Kennedy and it was my uncle who recommended that to him there's not some wonderful long time ago only tell me let's go back when you were kids tell me about this spirit awakening that you had well I would I would I remember strongly when I moved into this one house when I was a little kid where the previous owner had died I can't seen me Sykes spirits and I went like scream and yell because I didn't know what they learned and I'd get in trouble for it the tree outside talk to me at night and my family was very religious and for the time I was five or six I had to go sit in church and we had this beautiful stained glass windows of Jesus in the garden in the salmon and I used to go up and sit with him and looked down on on the congregation I always thought that was for every win meant when they said they had a religious experience said that they think about their body and went in and when with Jesus that gradually I learned to kind of shut it down because it wasn't at all part of our culture but certainly we awaken when I went to a place where it was alive and well I hope well it's a it's an amazing the little career that you have there and then how did it evolve how did you end up going to Malaysia Borneo with the Peace Corps of course but how did you end up being involved with the shaman and and studying and apprenticing with them well that happened about twenty years later on while I was there I had many healings from the local healers and I didn't I don't even think I knew of the concept of like twenty two of shamanism at that point I may have read about it in and and you know when I took anthropology but you know they were intact piece wild people with guns in their areas or whatever you know they weren't the kind neighbors that that took care of you when you were sick so when I went back to study at this point I was a clinical science psychologist and I specialized in PTSD and I ended up with a few people in my practice and have multiple personalities and I was fascinated by how was that for me one person would be sitting there and then all of a sudden there would be this first and a whole other team would be in front of me and they looked and sounded different but they were in the same body and some of them one person on a regular classes and now they're winning when might have asthma and the others wouldn't so it was fascinating how this happened and I would ask colleagues and they would say oh they switched it with all and it was like we I know that that how does this happen so at the same time I was pondering these questions I had this strong pull to return to bring out and you can always trust those instincts when many of his so I was traveling with a friend who is the young man analysts and she was very interested in shamanism and we made this side of this spiritual pilgrimage went to Indiana PA on Indonesia and following that you know going back to the village was part of an answer she was asking questions about shamanism and we started visiting like a local shaman who I'd known before but he was only about seven years older than me so he was just beginning his path at that time and we started hanging out at his house and he invited us to go on a ceiling I'm listening to and remote village that was built entirely over water and if there is a man who was dying and no one knew what was wrong with him in a moment she was content for the male name for shamans they say it's the most well known and proficient at the time so we check this both trapping sort of walked up seasonal rickety stairs into and grass huts listing a totally bear no furniture just snaps on the floor and there was this man lying there that look like units near gas you if what kind of green and I thought he was gonna die at any moment and the moment of this richly coming quick paced all responding newspapers's waving knives around singing and cancellations and afterwards he said of set sign up and eventually returned to full house and I asked him well what happened and he was a fisherman in the South China Sea which was shark infested she's very many ways someone could dial on demand including being flown by a peice conference right and usually people worry if their boats capsized before they were arrested they were toast for sure so in his chair of that happening most of his soul left his body and he was rescued before the sharks got him but he came back filled with the care and the timing and his soul left in his body so the bomb on hand journeying to remove that care from his fields and bring his soul back into fiat eight to respond engine is able to fully recover and so it was like oh I get it when you have a severe trauma you dissociate as because in western culture you leave and the energy of that experience and here's your.

Malaysia Borneo
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WNYC 93.9 FM

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kids over the next few weeks I'm Alison Stewart joining all of it on W. it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin by now we all know of the need to avoid crowded places and to practice social distancing but there are some places and situations where that is basically impossible like prisons or jails in New York City alone at least a hundred and thirty two inmates and a hundred and four staff members have tested positive I can is a reporter for the Marshall project and she covers conditions inside prisons and jails and she joins us on Skype thanks so much for being with us hi thanks for having me so you have been investigating the current situation inside correctional facilities across the country when it comes to covet nineteen what have you found I mean I think I found a lot of things that are not surprising people that aren't covering and paying attention to what's going on in prisons and jails and that's simply that it's just not a good situation aside from the fact that social distancing is pretty much impossible you have people coming in with high medical needs the medical treatment is not good typically is really just sort of recipe for disaster so what kind what are what are these institutions doing I mean what kind of measures if any our prisons and jails taking to stop the spread well it varies a lot based on inotes database on the facility in the prison system or the jail system they're they're taking a lot of different projects in some cases where they've actually allowed things like hand sanitizer the rare but a few places have allowed some of those sort of basic disease prevention measures that are typically not available to people in jails and prisons and then some places I'm still getting reports that people are not getting regular access to soap some places have done things like suspend transfers into the facilities from say county jails and state prisons but then in other systems I'm still getting reports that they're moving prisoners around within the system and some places have have made moves to try to release people of what that looks like turns out a little differently whether we're talking about a jail or prison and then you've got places like Texas where the governor yesterday decided to start fighting efforts to release people in order to reduce the population and hopefully stop the spread of the disease back behind bars can you just explain the of the the the suggestion is and what we're seeing in some places happen is that there's an assessment happening of which prisoners who who are very vulnerable should should be released in this moment yeah so in some of the county jails there's been discussion of the leading people who were detained pre trial on that sort of the easiest population to look at because these are people that are Houston has not yet been convicted and in some cases they there's discussion of the leasing people that are convicted of you know low level nonviolent offenses and I'll be staying on until they're determined to be guilty or not on the other hand I'm on the other end of things you have you know people in prisons might be considered for compassionate release if they're in vulnerable categories and perhaps nearing the end of their sentences hi what about inside juvenile detention facilities are things any better there I would I would imagine that things are going to end up worse in juvenile detention facilities but as of now I mean I think it's a little hard to say we did have the first case here and I'm I'm in Houston we did have the first case and given a detention center recently but you know I mean kids are obviously going to you know a lot more difficult to get to practice some of the sort of like basic hygiene instant social distancing that you might get adults to do but there's also less oversight in some sense because so much information about youth who were detained is protected so it's a little bit harder to know what's going on there let's also think reporters tend to pay a little less attention to it so you might see a lot of coverage of adult prisons and you know adults attention to sell these but in juvenile justice tends to get a little less attention to begin with so I I think for a few reasons it's going to be a lot harder to know what actually ends up happening in there and in some of these places were were really out of control to begin with before there was a pandemic right Kerry break into her house thank you so much for sharing your reporting with us she is a staff writer for the Marshall project thanks again thank you for having me so we are hearing so many stories about hospitals in this country that are simply overwhelmed by coronavirus cases and there are of course patients with other urgent needs pregnant women for example who now face the possibility of delivering babies in hospitals that are filled with covert nineteen patients and the plans that they have made for where to give birth and who will be with them those are all now in question here's NPR Sascha Pfeiffer at Lorna dental Harris's house in Sarasota Florida they've been doing some redecorating this was our old office and now it's our nursery so we have our changing table and our crib little dresser and all the cute we could find laying around they're getting ready for their first child a daughter to April third for assistance during childbirth they hired a doula a support person who helps laboring women but they recently got crushing news to reduce the risk of coronavirus Sarasota Memorial Hospital is limiting delivery room visitors to just one person so that's a big gut wrenching because I'd like my doula and wouldn't have gotten one if I didn't think it would be very helpful then heridas got an even more startling update that I should be prepared to not be permitted to have any support person at all so no husband she which is really kind of rocked my world so here this is now considering being induced early but her doctor says it's safer to wait that's left her with a dilemma go to a different hospital with an unfamiliar doctor or do we suck it up and stick with the same practitioner I've been with for years but then maybe not have my husband that's when we're still kind of trying to figure out and we're running out of time many pregnant women are having similar debates and wondering how else the disease could affect their babies limited research suggests covert nineteen cannot be transmitted during child birth or breast feeding there also doesn't seem to be evidence you're more likely to get the virus if you're pregnant still the preliminary studies are sometimes conflicting and pregnant women are considered an at risk population for covert nineteen because they're generally at higher risk for respiratory infections so numerous hospitals nationwide told NPR they're minimizing childbirth visitors and doing more prenatal visits by phone as recommended by the American college of obstetricians and gynecologists the organization is not advising early deliveries solely due to the corona virus but in Minnesota the M. Fairview health system is offering that option to some women at least thirty nine weeks pregnant to try to have women come in and be delivered and go home again before we really started to see a surge of hope and positive women in our maternity units Dr Laura Frances an OBGYN at Fairview she said some worried pregnant women are debating whether to give birth at home or in a birthing center but she considers hospital safer even if visitors will be limited this is really a time to let technology being your friend of one of the patients up on the maternity unit today is scraping with her doula and that's been a big push with a lot of the new laws yes she fully understood mostly she sped up a little bit several last hours checking on her new born at home in Brooklyn seven pound seven ounce Miriam Louise was born March twenty second at NYU Langone in Manhattan while I was having contractions we were seeing on these emails of other frantic parents to be who all of a sudden had to deal with the fact that they probably were going to have to deliver the baby alone that's because some New York hospitals told pregnant women they couldn't have any support person during childbirth lesquelles husband was with her and the state has since prohibited that policy as they now shelter in place in Brooklyn Lasko when her husband feel lucky for like kind of convinced that she's maybe a little bit psychic because she came right on time actually their baby wasn't on time she was born two weeks early well she came right on time for the circumstances that she was born into such a favor NPR news so there's been some stories some suggestions that only the elderly and only those with underlying health conditions are at real risk from the corona virus well here's a story of one college student who shows that that is simply not the case I'm mia marking I am twenty years old and last Sunday I found out that I tested positive for covert nineteen meal went on a trip to Spain in early March this is a time when she knew there are already a couple hundred cases of covered nineteen there she says that she was quote equipped with Lysol wipes hand sanitizer and mine naive attitude me eventually cut her vacation short when the situation started getting really bad only once she got back did she start to experience these fever symptoms I had a bit of a sore throat but I didn't really think anything of it I just thought it was no jet lag being tired being dehydrated so I woke up at ten AM the next morning and I was burning up I took my temperature and I had a hundred and four degree fever it was a long after that things started to get really bad every time I try to breathe it's like there's a stack of bricks on my lungs a week prior I was just hanging out in Spain you know being my healthy fun twenty year old self and weeks later I was laying in bed miserable gasping for air and while I'm experiencing less I look on my phone I look on social media and I see young people like here is continuing their spring break trips continuing to party and gather in large groups she says her experience is just more evidence that young people have to take this situation very seriously it isn't just the vulnerable populations that need to be concerned this can affect anyone and it's our social responsibility to do our parts and say stay home if possible the voice of me up marking a junior at Saint Mary's college in south bend Indiana PA is encouraging people her age to listen to public health officials to practice social distancing brothers but also for yourself this is NPR news right here on WNYC in New York on Richard hake stay tuned coming up China is sending aid to other countries dealing with the covert nineteen outbreak but here in the U. S. the trump administration appears to be picking a fight instead the Chinese Communist Party poses a substantial threat to our health and way of life as the Wuhan virus outbreak clearly has demonstrated look at why coming up later this hour of the next fresh air as we evaluate a president's performance in this.

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KCRW

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on KCRW

"To KCRW I'm Larry Perot next time on All Things Considered you'll hear from a resident of Wuhan China the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak and why she's been on lockdown for two months from Iran to Venezuela how the trump administration's foreign policy positions are faring amid the crisis and some recommendations about what to read if you're holed up at home plus local news weather and traffic it's All Things Considered from NPR ed Casey R. W. a Monday edition starts at three time Israel seven it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin by now we all know of the need to avoid crowded places and to practice social distancing but there are some places and situations where that is basically impossible like prisons or jails in New York City alone at least a hundred and thirty two inmates and a hundred and four staff members have tested positive Kerry Blake injure is a reporter for the Marshall project and she covers conditions inside prisons and jails and she joins us on Skype thanks so much for being with us hi thanks for having me so you have been investigating the current situation inside correctional facilities across the country when it comes to covert nineteen what have you found I mean I think I found a lot of things that are not surprising people that aren't covering and paying attention to what's going on in prisons and jails and that's something that is just not a good situation aside from the fact that social distancing is pretty much impossible you have people coming in with high medical needs the medical treatment is not good typically are is really just sort of recipe for disaster so what what are what are these institutions doing I mean what kind of measures if any our prisons and jails taking to stop the spread well it varies a lot based on the email based on the facility in the prison system or the jail system they're they're taking a lot of different projects in some cases where they've actually allowed things like hand sanitizer the rare but a few places and allow some of those sort of basic disease prevention measures that are typically not available to people in jails and prisons and then some places I'm still getting reports that people are not getting regular access to soap some places have done things like suspend transfers into the facilities from say county jails and state prisons but then in other systems I'm still getting reports that they're moving prisoners around within the system and some places have have made moves to try to release people of what that looks like turned out a little differently whether we're talking about a jail or prison and then you've got places like Texas where the governor yesterday decided to start fighting efforts to release people in order to reduce the population and hopefully stop the spread of the disease back behind bars can you just explain the of the the the the suggestion is and what we're seeing in some places happen is that there's an assessment happening of which prisoners who who are very vulnerable should should be released in this moment yeah so in some of the county jails there's been discussion of the leading people who were detained pre trial on that sort of the easiest population to look at because these are people that are Houston has not yet been convicted and in some cases they there's discussion of the leasing people that are convicted of you know low level nonviolent offenses and I'll be staying on until they're determined to be guilty or not on the other hand I'm on the other end of things you have you know people in prisons who might be considered for compassionate release if they're in vulnerable categories and perhaps nearing the end of their sentences hi what about inside juvenile detention facilities are things any better there I would I would imagine that things are going to end up worse in juvenile detention facilities but as of now I mean I think it's a little hard to say we did have the first case here and I'm I'm in Houston we did have the first case in Harris County juvenile detention center recently but you know I mean kids are obviously going to you know be a little difficult to get to practice some of the sort of like basic hygiene and then social distancing that you might get adults to do but there's also less oversight in some sense because out so much information about youth who were detained is protected took a little bit harder to know what's going on there Stanford's also think reporters tend to pay a little less attention to it so you might see a lot of coverage of adult prisons and you know adult attention so these but in juvenile justice tends to get a little less attention to begin with so I I think for a few reasons it's going to be a lot harder to know what actually ends up happening in there and you know some of these places were were really out of control to begin with before there was a pandemic right Kerry break into her house thank you so much for sharing your reporting with us she is a staff writer for the Marshall project thanks again thank you for having me so we are hearing so many stories about hospitals in this country that are simply overwhelmed by coronavirus cases and there are of course patients with other urgent needs pregnant women for example who now face the possibility of delivering babies in hospitals that are filled with covert nineteen patients and the plans that they have made for where to give birth and who will be with them those are all now in question here's NPR Sascha Pfeiffer at Lauren and Daniel Harris's house in Sarasota Florida they've been doing some redecorating this was our old office and now it's our nursery so we have our changing table and our crib little dresser and all the cute we could find laying around they're getting ready for their first child a daughter to April third for assistance during childbirth they hired a doula a support person who helps laboring women but they recently got crushing news to reduce the risk of coronavirus Sarasota Memorial Hospital is limiting delivery room visitors to just one person so that's a big gut wrenching because I like my doula and wouldn't have gotten one if I didn't think it would be very helpful then heridas got an even more startling update that I should be prepared to not be permitted to have any support person at all so no husband which is really kind of rocked my world so here this is now considering being induced early but her doctor says it's safer to wait that's left her with a dilemma go to a different hospital with an unfamiliar doctor or do we suck it up and stick with the same practitioner I've been with for years but then maybe not have my husband that's when we're still kind of trying to figure out and we're running out of time many pregnant women are having similar debates and wondering how else the disease could affect their babies limited research suggests covert nineteen cannot be transmitted during child birth or breast feeding there also doesn't seem to be evidence you're more likely to get the virus if you're pregnant still the preliminary studies are sometimes conflicting and pregnant women are considered an at risk population for covert nineteen because they're generally at higher risk for respiratory infections so numerous hospitals nationwide told NPR they're minimizing childbirth visitors and doing more prenatal visits by phone as recommended by the American college of obstetricians and gynecologists the organization is not advising early deliveries solely due to the coronavirus but in Minnesota the M. Fairview health system is offering that option to some women at least thirty nine weeks pregnant to try to have women come in and be delivered and go home again before we really started to see a surge of hope and positive women in our maternity units Dr Laura Frances an OBGYN at Fairview she said some worried pregnant women are debating whether to give birth at home or in a birthing center but she considers hospital safer even if visitors will be limited this is really a time to let technology being your friend of one of the patients up on the maternity unit today is scraping with her doula and that's been a big push with a lot of the new laws is she fully understood Mosley she sped up a little bit several last hours checking on her new born at home in Brooklyn seven pound seven ounce Miriam Louise was born March twenty second at NYU Langone in Manhattan while I was having contractions we were seeing on these emails of other frantic parents to be who all of a sudden had to deal with the fact that they probably were going to have to deliver the baby alone that's because some New York hospitals told pregnant women they couldn't have any support person during childbirth Lasko is husband was with her and the state has since prohibited that policy as they now shelter in place in Brooklyn Lasko when her husband feel lucky we're like kind of convinced that she's maybe a little bit psychic because she came right on time actually their baby wasn't on time she was born two weeks early well she came right on time for the circumstances she was born into such a fiver NPR news so there's been some stories some suggestions that only the elderly and only those with underlying health conditions are at real risk from the coronavirus well here's a story of one college student who shows that that is simply not the case I'm mia marking I am twenty years old and last Sunday I found out that I tested positive for coke at nineteen meal went on a trip to Spain in early March this is a time when she knew there are already a couple hundred cases of covered nineteen there she says that she was quote equipped with Lysol wipes hand sanitizer and mine naive attitude me eventually cut her vacation short when the situation started getting really bad only once she got back did she start to experience these fever symptoms I had a bit of a sore throat but I didn't really think anything of it I just thought it was no jet lag being tired being dehydrated so I woke up at ten AM the next morning and I was burning up I took my temperature and I had a hundred and four degree fever it was a long after that things started to get really bad every time I try to breathe it's like there's a stack of bricks on my lungs a week prior I was just hanging out in Spain you know being my healthy fun twenty year old self and weeks later I was laying in bed miserable gasping for air and while I'm experiencing less I look on my phone I look on social media and I see young people make here is continuing their spring break trips continuing to party and gather in large groups she says her experience is just more evidence that young people have to take this situation very seriously it isn't just the vulnerable populations that need to be concerned this can affect anyone and it's our social responsibility to do our parts and say stay home if possible the voice of me up marking a junior at Saint Mary's college in south bend Indiana PA is encouraging people her age to listen to public health officials to practice.

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WCBM 680 AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Story of that this is this is an indication of where we are as a culture and we're chicken noodle news as more particularly they had a a piece the report on pro life legislation the described a baby who survived an abortion as a fetus that was born watch yeah a fetus that was born without a baby it's a fetus that was born this is all to fuzz the language so that we don't view our newborn babies as babies no matter how they came into the world but a good record dog kind of blow up in their face because it's a lot of play along with this argument because they they double viability right right also viability is what twenty one weeks twenty twenty twenty one the other night but really those of us who are parents know there is no baby that's viable even after the baby's born because the baby relies on what sure on us on us will be for a long long time for mother's milk on us defeated them all that the the the change it to shelters and to provide care so the quote I'm in the mid twenty th century perfect right about that if the course the viability here's always been I think a bogus ones are now of course I think it's interesting that they should wanna play games of language a fetus that was born is not a baby right there's a fair number to where you are on that argument this is dishonest I mean this is why the and I have a some pieces on coming of Jim Acosta from CNN and the president and this is why the president characterized as CNN as some of the worst broadcast reporting that he has ever heard yeah and this was embarrassing on the foreign stage or you know and again the guy should be fired if they had any kind of journalistic integrity which they do not and the president should completely yank his White House press pass and we'll get somebody else lives again and runs like that you can't covers just this idiot get him out of here yeah by the way the governor to Mexico Michelle lu Han Grisham signed a red flag gun bill Tuesday that allows state district courts to order the temporary surrender firearms and she urged sheriffs to resign if they refuse to enforce the law lu Han Grisham said the legislation provides law enforcement with urgently needed tool the third deadly violence already we've had a number of cases one here in Maryland in Glen Burnie and others were the red flag laws have gone bad and people had guns taken that shouldn't have them taken and or have died as a result of early morning no knock raids on these individuals but I was sure for fighting back saying will work for you we work for the people who elected us also there might be a huge confrontation or clash coming into Mexico between the governor and law enforcement I think that I think of that I was Indiana pas or the Midwest states apart in a red flag law and it turned out that you have literally hundreds and hundreds of of times that they have been actually enforce now clearly there are not hundreds and hundreds of situations in which is justifiable but the red flag law has been used and also check the state for the colors in order to make sure that people do not have the constitutional right that is not given but a recognized in the second one this is also rich Margaret Sullivan she's a Washington compost columnist is demanding the journalist abandoned their neutrality and trump coverage saying that they just should label ally ally they will be the of the final arbiters of truth I have never done this yeah I mean I don't use any impartiality or objectivity being practiced by I think it's all yellow journalism all right now by the basis alone Washington compost following this important piece of news for those who are Bernie Sanders supporters and that is I'm going to judge him not being at his heels he clearly wants the nomination he's gonna work hard for it he has canceled a couple of other events in the Florida because on yes I have called off okay okay well what is insurance is great when you get all your money back what if I told you there's a company right here in Baltimore a little your returns you every single dollar you ever paid for your homeowner's insurance I think this is too good to be true right but it is true you've heard me talk about Baltimore a couple insurance but don't just take it from me they've been a Baltimore institution since seventeen ninety four.

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WGN Radio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yesterday following major league baseball's announcement of discipline in the signs stealing scandal a league investigation confirm the Astros had cheated by using a camera based signs stealing system during the regular season and the playoffs and the World Series winning twenty seventeen season as part of the league's penalty the Astros lose first and second round draft picks for the next couple years any organizations find a record five million dollars Major League Baseball said in a statement that if thou will now or hinging gauge any future material violations of M. L. B. rules they'll be placed on the league's permanently ineligible list and of course after this after the initial MLB action Houston fire them and Dave and I were talking about this earlier and you know this is interesting to somebody texted us at six three OO saying that we should referring now to the cubs twenty sixteen World Series championship as the only legitimate World Series winners in the past four years I think well I did think about that may or may not sure I I don't think there's been evidence yet that Washington tree I cheated last year now that's that that's true yeah the nationals Houston who cheated Boston well okay LA I see what they're saying yeah yeah Rick Morrissey in the sun times writes I never thought I'd write the following sentence but then Monday happened and he says maybe Pete rose should be in the baseball hall of fame this what you're saying Dave yeah he went on to say that the best response would have been to strip the Astros of their championship and give it to the Dodgers who lost the series in seven games but that would have been and they'll be taking a back to the integrity of the sport and us to its money making capability it wasn't going to happen Anna and Paul Sullivan in the Tribune writing about this said let's see next comes the discipline for former Astros bench coach Alex Cora now the red Sox manager who is portrayed as the mastermind of the scheme who could receive a draconian penalty when MLB sign stealing investigation into the two thousand eighteen red Sox concludes Hey now that's next business well I guess so yeah and wonder if they would have to even take it a step further against Boston if if it turns out they have the same kind of deal gone there in Indiana PA sold and points out the trip that may be the reason Major League Baseball didn't go further with some of the players was that the players union would get involved in things we get a bit messy and difficult I am time consuming and right I mean this would be stretched out for guys careers will be over before there would be any sort of punishment yeah the commissioner argued it was too difficult impractical to determine which players deserve to be penalized even though the report he specifically cited Carlos Beltran now the Mets manager as one of the instigators if Mel trend was in as deep as he's portrayed he deserves a link the suspension as well yeah good point the guests here writes all sold in the Tribune is that any suspensions of players would have led to so many grievances filed through the players union it wasn't worth the trouble from MLB it's much easier to blame the leaders lop off their heads and then move on but this thing seems to have somebody tentacles with with guys who have ties to that team more to the organization and elsewhere now so that's that's the problem how do you put all the pieces together yeah and this this is going to be talked about for a long time and it is as we mentioned earlier as you pointed out the day that there will be a little rethinking maybe about steroid users in the hall of fame Pete rose in the hall of fame Rick Morrissey and then the sun times is writing another sense I never thought I would put down maybe there should be a special wing in the hall for steroid users I mean the this opens up a whole can of worms for Major League Baseball in sports in general and and also don't forget Houston have that whole thing during during the post season this year with the the executive who was like in insulting other female right sports writer in the clubhouse they've that things have not been good and you know yeah I know they want a World Series but yeah I know I know and you know and and most people are are wondering about players being disciplined since they were behind the cheating and and they knew about it but it it's just a big headache for Major League Baseball on the commissioner due to do anything more than what they did already were you surprised at the Astros went ahead and fired the manager and all right when I general minority first broke yesterday I was like wait a minute how are these guys keeping their jobs in like an hour later we found out they worked there originally suspended they were a year ended by Major League Baseball for one year but then the owner Jim crane stepped in and said they're gonna well you think you're having a bad day June that's so much six twenty eight right now and Bob Suraj record collection will be on the air after our news updates will take you down to the basement vault here in the Bob's rod building and I think you're going to enjoy going back in time for a bit of rock history that's coming right up here.

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"indiana pa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A look at who's going to win. the swallowing okay say okay. half of the. swallow hard to vote for my husband you gotta suck it up to vote for the guy that's not a good campaign slogan which number one Jill Biden is articulate if I were Joe by night ever I that my wife out there every step of the way she's she sharp but that's a sock SO pretty. to the far left. that it doesn't like bite nuts with that whole thing is look look look easy he's really not that bad you for live who use social was he's really not you know we may not be where you are but being you got it you got a bold for look white is not showing up to San Francisco tomorrow Friday a needs not going because he doesn't want to be confronted by the loans the far left loon center at the DNC convention there so he's instead going to New Hampshire going away anytime all right he doesn't want to go to San Francisco because he's afraid of these people and you gotta feel sorry for buying a little bit he's taken it from the right and the conservatives their mock and a lot of them and he's taken it from the far left their diminishing I'm all over the place so I think he's going to stay in his living room as long as he can. who do you think then emerges because I I guess if I had to say at this juncture it would look a lot can happen but you're right this is now going to unfold very quickly and everybody forgets we're gonna get to January and the games began and somebody gonna win Iowa somebody's going to win New Hampshire somebody else is going to win South Carolina the person that I I think now that is slightly in the lead would be Elizabeth Warren and then I'd say Bernie camallo struggling big time and mayor Pete is the worst record as mayor why would anyone make him president he's met at the we're talking about south bend Indiana PA he was mayor of New York. well look you're just laid it out there if it's not biting you gotta go with one of those four and none of them basically could be trump I mean I don't care what the polls say right now they're ridiculous because you run a socialist like Elizabeth Warren who does not believe in due process. called Michael brown's Ferguson tragedy a murder when the Attorney General under Barack Obama ruled it wasn't you're putting a keen interest person in there not somebody that you just disagree with politically Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are dangerous people they would dismantle this country and if you think that the corporate America would accept them in oval office your crazy there be assets from Hawaiian out of America like you've never seen which would lead to a depression not a recession well this will be our seniors people I agree with you listen I'm I'm actually not this is a good time this is a tipping point for the country to me it comes down to freedom of verses what would be at an American socialist disaster right and I believe every word of that anyway the book is called is not out till late September it's called the United States to trump how the president really sees America bill Reilly interspersing a long interview with the president looking at his thought process how we won his background and experience is really good I've been reading it and it's very well put together and we'll put it up on Hannity dot com if you want to order yours early bill no kidding around it's always a pleasure to have you well let's see you be very even though you don't remember who the hell I am but that's what I mean after this interview I won't remember word of it when I say you've been very kind to me and I appreciate your reading a book and all dizzy or not appreciate the early copy thank you bill Riley bill o'reilly dot com for everything else. Erica. this is Sean Hannity on talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M.. of all the things I think about every day stroke wasn't one of them then my brother had one my doctor said four out of five people who have a stroke never show symptoms but eighty percent of strokes can be prevented when the risk is identified early so I decided.

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"indiana pa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Smart speaker to say play W. F. A. S. already we are back final hour for me Richard near till ten o'clock when Johnny mac takes over mac Casey at the controls this morning and we talked to Paul the Tino an hour ago about the giants and he didn't think they would be real active in terms of the waiver wire in trades after the cut down today but Brian Costello in his New York Post story today says that to Joe Douglas is licking his chops at what he might be faced with in terms of a menu of delectable goodies from other teams that they cut end of exaggerating there Brian but I guess you you made the point right yeah you know I I think which is the the the thing to look at is Joe doesn't hired in June right and I actually have some of the press conference in June how do you fix the roster for two thousand nineteen because free agency is basically over after you know mid April there's there's the the best readers are all gone the drop is over so those are the two big way you change your roster and and the first thing he said is we have we have number three you know and the waiver wire so we'll be using it and this is the weekend you use that and so I think he's going to be very active in trying to fix some holes in the roster you don't you don't have starters this weekend usually you add depth players but the that's the biggest hole with the jets roster now these they have no doubt the compositions and he's got a dress that cornerback being a big one kicker they they they need a starter so that that's one position where you could see a starter commented that kicker badly wide receiver they can make him lose that address or so he he's going to be watching who gets cut today very closely yeah and in terms of kickers I mean it's tough virtually did make a couple but he certainly missed a couple and he is man's body throughout the pre season so the you know it would seem they'd have to make a move but yeah you know who knows is going to be released who's going to be available yeah yeah and you know kicker is a crapshoot it's sort of like a relief pitcher in baseball you you're not sure what you're going to get there you know when you do an axiom yeah so you know it's gonna be a question of do they have someone that the special teams coach like out there that is that they want to add or somebody that they might know you know they they this is a front office now the coaching staff at all coming to the jets for the first time so they have a lot of people who've been in different buildings right so Joe Joe Douglas comes from the eagles is he has three main got three main assistance to Adam from former teams with the ravens and the colts rex Hogan and chat I was gonna come from those teams Adam gase doubling the dollars he knows the dolphins roster Greg Williams of the Browns roster and then assistant coaches under them no different teams so it's it's a little bit of familiarity you know who these guys now and you know maybe the caretaker out there they just feel a little bit more comfortable with and helper to let and make that move it's not gonna be Carli Lloyd Carly Lloyd your eight hours just for the heck of it enough for the jets certainly I mean but but you see a possibility that maybe not this season but down the road her ID be tough I think she'd have to spend a lot of time working at it you know this is not something you just go out and do these guys train hard kickers you know they they work at their craft and like the Carli Lloyd video was great that went viral right in but if you look at if you actually look at it she took five steps to take the exact everything that's an edit all game is getting a blocked yeah she got to learn how to take the or stat you know if you really work at it I don't think the tackling aspect of this is that big of a deal you know they the people I got she's gonna get killed tackling I mean how often these vehicles have to tackle it's very odd very few and far between and if you look at Taylor burlap not taken the guy but he's he's about five nine hundred and fifty it's not like he's a big guy the stickers aren't you know bill for that so I don't see that being as big of a deal if people are making it I just think it's more of it's a crack at something you have to work and so she she actually put her mind to it you know yeah then they should have a shop is not going to be this year yeah yeah that was the thing that struck me too because she was basically approaching field goals like kickoffs to get the momentum and you're right I mean they would be blocked and somebody would be in her face you know two seconds before she got to the ball if that was the case so so that is not going to work out so wide receiver adds Rauscher punt returner those are the most likely areas to be addressed quarterback and corner corner is huge you know I had a right now they have yet your main job and our Roberts and Bryan pool those are starting cornerbacks after that they have a bunch of guys you could throw their hadn't taken name out they they don't have a guy that's that fourth corner and fix corner you need those guys because the injury happened at that position there are also times annually to flood the field with the fence the back so I think they're gonna be active at cornerback wide receiver that is kind of similar they've got a lot of guys who are good special teams players there about backup wide receiver but I'm not sure they have guys who were good route wide receivers so I think they'll be active there were tears in interesting one because this guy Greg Dortch you know he had a pretty training camp beyond after free agent from Wake Forest he fumbled one the other night against Philly but before that even pretty good the problem I have three storage is he doesn't really do anything else you know the plan any other special teams I wouldn't trust him right now to be a wide receiver in Indiana PA game and you know I I don't think he's ready for that so do they should do they keep him on the roster just to return punts that's a tough one for teams usually usually they like I'd like that to do two or three things you know so I'm not sure if he he'll make it he was I think he'd make it just a return ability but the versatility question might get him yeah and and you know we're really not just talking about fifty three we're doing about sixty three B. as we're talking about the taxi squad as well and you never know when those guys are gonna see action due to injuries or whatever yeah and that you know they that practice squad starts coming together tomorrow and Monday you know what they have in their mind who they want to keep the opening at the practice squad today I from their roster so you know those will be the names that come out late today it does not try to hide those you know those guys and not letting me know they're going to get caught and then you know try to re sign them tomorrow and Monday on to the practice squad now this might be a tough question for you to answer but we've seen new GM's new managers come and and just you know because they have such contempt from the the guy that preceded them they just want to get all his guys out and there are guys in and others come in in their fair about it they say Hey look these guys to have some talent I'm gonna keep those guys even though the other guy picked them how do you sense Joe Douglas comes down on this yeah you know Sam Donaldson tomatoes aren't going anywhere does a mechanic is but I do think I do think that there is a little bit of a fence around the jets that some of the MCAT in draft picks I have a little bit of the mark against them you know yeah you I'm acquire was a guy they they told they they cut yesterday he was a draft pick I I felt like he didn't really have a chance you know I there did seem to be there I like him so you know I don't really think it's that just because they might have been dropped thanks but I I do think there's a sense of the just the way that they drafted so poorly in the last few years that you know it's not helping these guys said that day they were making I mean guys so you know I'm curious to see how many are cut today I think Nathan shepherded I mean a lot to that guy he was third round pick last year and played a lot last year but he seems to slow down the depth chart and this in depth on the defensive line to he's one I'm watching today to see if he gets cut you know this is he was just after a year ago so that's pretty damning and now the two thousand seventeen class with a nine person drop class they found that only two players are left on the roster from two thousand seventeen so and then the dropping as not being good in recent years do you think a little be ready to play for season first came I DO yeah I think it's gonna be rife adding up to that point the at I'm curious to see how it goes I think there's any communication issues on the on the line you know they did a lot of time to work together you know they just practice the other the first time on Tuesday so you know I'm not sure how that'll go but I do think he'll play in the first game full time or do you think Colin and and you know basically get a man slowly and integrate them into the line I think if you're setting up a full time you know I think a plate full time sorry we shall see right Brian as always great and I'm looking forward to talking about meaningful games even though yeah yeah I mean even though we have talked about with the new practice rules and everything else that some of the September games look like preseason games Houston with the usual sloppiness yeah so I will you know Willie tell October to get the real football okay Brian take care well yes we have as Brian Costello will talk to Sweeney Murty about the Yankees thanks summer is here and there's no better time to hit the road at AutoZone we've got the free services you need to drive.

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"indiana pa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Into a large here on ninety three W. I'm just get really close out the program today it's been interesting a past couple weeks here in the city of Minneapolis as I mentioned with my colleague rob Kendall this week we're doing something for steakhouse happening the ticket here on Sunday morning Indiana has been a recently the political center of the universe starting last week with the young Democrats convention and south been mayor people to judge address them and then Nancy Pelosi here and then just also bar just this week alone Joe Biden Cory Booker camallo Harris Lamy culture all those folks here for the national urban league now what I know where a lot of you folks are so politically speaking when it comes to those people but it's actually a good thing that they were all here because number one Indianapolis makes money off of tourism now that's a big part of what we do here in the city tourism and conventions and when you can get people come here of all political stripes whether this young Democrats or of the NRA I think that is a a fine testament to the folks who are who put all these things together who make these events happened that are like so regardless of political stripe you know when you bring your organization or your event in Annapolis things are going to work and things are going to work well so that's kind of number one number two this is something always are tell people to to think about and to ponder bond even if you aren't open on the the lecture circuit a lot lately speaking of rotary and service organizations and the one message that I found myself preaching lately is make sure you do you don't get all your information from just one place that is that is never a good thing of course we love it when you listen to us here at ninety three W. B. C. one of the news of whether it is Tony checks on the right weather is known hammering Nigel likes it or me or Roblin on the weekends trust me we want you to listen but I would be very very concerned if you only got your news information from just one source whether it's a one level source OR one conservative source because one thing that will make you a smarter and much more informed individual is to get your news from multiple places not just one place but I recommend getting it from all the places because when you do that on the the analogy I like to use is first of all this if it makes you more informed thank you better around it and also believe or not makes you a better advocate for your own position now I know this going to sound really weird of Abdul of all people use a sports analogy but I but I want to work with me on this one for just a moment here there's a reason why when Peyton manning play for than apple's colds he would watch the footage of the other quarterbacks as he prepared white bone because guess what you we need to know what the other team is doing you need to know what's in their playbook you need to know how they play you need to know how the Russian how to how to do everything and and you don't get that if you don't watch and observe and study whether the site is coming from then you have to believe it no not at all but it makes you better informed and a better advocate and better able to articulate your own position if you understand where the other side is coming from that's why some of the favorites list of the best shows I love to do here ninety three W. R. C. as well as on any any issues over the edge media studios on Penn Avenue is when I bring my panel of friends and I'm making my Republican friends my democratic friends and my libertarian friends because it's it's a good discussion it's a good dialogue and we all come from multiple different perspectives on a number of different issues and do we always reach common ground he necessarily but it's a good batting as a good discussion and it's also civil and afterwards we can all go out drinking hang out and part of the problem this country I really do think with with the tone and the tenor is that we don't do enough of that is that people are so quick to escalate disagreements and so quick and so fast to to to personalize everything that you know if I took it personally every time someone thought I was wrong I never leave the house but luckily I'm never wrong so it's never really happened will you you get you get what I mean but don't it never hurts just to sit down and neon have that that conversation and get a different perspective and a different point of view now course like I said the trick is not to be civil not take things personally and on though merely jumping call somebody racist or anti semitic or homophobic or misogynistic or whatever I mean that that really doesn't solve anything nor does it help us at the end of the day move the ball forward so Bob like I said I just had to get that not on my system today and share that with you folks as we're getting ready to wind down the program today special thanks to my paternal panel friends some bite for that conversation also big giant thank you to my good friend Jack call well by columns for the south bend Tribune helping provide some perspective on the whole pizza judge thing and Arbel course obvious errors as rob always him his name X. mess of the Los remember because from the band better than Ezra he's the Israeli consul to Midwest had a good conversation this week but you can also find us on YouTube under my Indiana issues banner next week on the program we're gonna talk about state finance one oh one for dummies with the state budget surplus nobody thinking by the station should be doing like no I don't think people fully understand how government funding work so our our goal is to get my good buddy Chris what's in the Indiana fiscal policy is to talk to him about that just come to us state finance government one on one also blouse bigger government gaming expanded in Indiana PA sports betting will be here before you know it and so that's my good buddy mentality come by enjoy this looks like he's gonna be able to make it with us too and all with school get under way it is high time to get back on the phone and call my old education sparring partner Justin Oakley see if I can get them either up here in studio or by telephone so we can have our annual back to school brouhaha financing but once again though you know just I disagree we actually along pretty well ladies and gentlemen so that's all good ten what is on deck well for next week also be sure to follow me on drugs we can W. I. B. C. dot com and of course in the politics dot org you folks take care have yourselves a great weekend stay good stay safe and we will see you now I can't believe that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets here comes a.

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"indiana pa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Can join the show. Our phone number's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five eight hundred eighty two three eight two five and back to the phones we go Soo welcome. Gary blue I have a real problem we we, we have removed. Yeah. Whoring from our hardwood floor several times and this time I'm having trouble getting the rug up. I thought it would come up, and we have the hardwood left that after I got some of the carpeting, they bet Vaki has stuck to the hardwood floor and insisting pas. I mean some of like glue down. I've tried going to be gone, and on with any, of course, my putty knife and did a any softer at all. Not really not enough. The petty nih-funded at how much of the pending is stuck is the whole head stuck. It's sporadic most of it is stuck. Traffic areas been even around the edges. There's places it's a soft seems like it's rubbery. Yeah. Oh, I've had the problem. The one thing I found in, you know doing what you did the, the water with the dawn is, is helpful. Another thing I've used I've had pretty good luck with. But I don't know as much as you've got stuck helpful that's going to be in that is. I don't know if you've ever heard of a product called goop in goop is a waterless hand cleaner. It's got G O P comes in a little tin in, it's got lanell in land breaks that down pretty good in that might be something you'd trial. So if you got any like WD forty some penetrating oil again, I know that would take a lot, but spring and saturated with that I've had some luck with the penetrating oil taking unsticking that pad. But those are the two products that I would use. Okay, even after I've gotten even the easiest part up. It's like polka dots. Maybe take those two products and see if you can get the poke it up. So I if it's going to work. Just to come up, and then if I had to have every finished. But at this point, I don't even think I can have it, refinished. Get this up. We're going to have somebody refinish it to the point of trying to find. It's hard to find somebody to do that. You know, any there, there are companies that specialize in refinishing wood floors? Maybe Indiana PA, and it's so small town. Okay. Okay. I was wondering if it would, if it would work, if I'm stuck to, to have installed would slabs over, you know, the I can't think what you can LV t- flooring or. A. Laminate flooring, or something along those lines probably gonna have to get some of that off. I mean, I know I know they'd probably have to put a base under it. Will you just don't want any bounce their, you know that pads going to create a little bit of bounce? So. To it. I mean just. Well, it's hard is, you know of it's hard as would you could probably put a limited over there. You know, they got the clicked together laminates, and it's a floating floor. That's what I was wanting to parmi going to have to resort to like my hardwood floor back. I mean, the whole house is, and they do need refinish, hoping that my age, I could just take this carpet up and enjoy my heart for in this room. Well, I would think you could. You're going to have somebody refinish. They may have some trick that I don't have a news in the penetrating oil in the goop. I've had success getting it off. I know exactly what you mean. I mean when you say it feels like it's glued down. It does really is. I mean, I can't even get a putty knife. Under some of it. There is another thing. I have not used it on a pay. I've used it on tile vinyl tile in things like that. There is a, a scraper. It's a machine that has like an eighteen inch played on the front of it, that vibrates kind like vibrates chisel machine, which will pop off vinyl tile, that are glued to a concrete floor. Okay. So. Well, it's not going to do it any favors. But I mean, last resort if okay. So here's what I would do give you three options of what I would do. And then you decide if any of those make sense to you, I would try the goop I would try the deputy forty a spray it on put it on let it sit probably for an hour and see if that helps anything at all with the removal of a small section. And then if it does fine, you can make that decision. If you wanna tackle that whole floor, if it doesn't, we got our answer, second thing is I would try to lineup somebody that's gonna refinish the floor couple people. Okay. Okay. And, and talk to them, and tell them, what you have see if they've got any, they certainly have run into this before see if they have any different solutions other than what I hit just added to it, and go from there. And then the third option would be if you have nothing to lose, you could take a look at the electric towel, remove were in if it Gouges the hardwood, or whatever so be it. You got the painting up, and then you can take a look at some of your laminate flooring, LV t to be installed over that wood floor. Okay. So that's that third. Yep. I hear you. I hear you carpets came up beautifully no marks or anything and. Prepared to I hear you. That's why you know, talking to the flooring person might be a good resort. But, you know, you may even need to go to that resort at they had to do the, the electron EQ Taal removing machine. And you know, it it's hard for me to say because I don't know how tough what kind of shape of that, that hardwood floors in maybe, maybe we can maybe we can get it up without doing much damage the hardwood floor, but anyway. Carpeted. It's in pretty good shape than what this is done to it. Right. So at least we got three progression of things that we can at least try and decide which way you wanna go or which way you can go. All right, sue, thanks, much for the call. By the way, if you'd like to join us love to heavy. It's eight hundred eighty two three two five five eight hundred eighty two three to five five. Steve sitate. We'll get to your question in just a bit. 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"indiana pa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"indiana pa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Stress a little bit had a nine point lead fourth quarter. But look at lo and behold, lookout Notre Dame's come back and leads it by three forty seconds to go and are at the free throw line, and they are four now with one more free throw coming. So you kind could be out first game goes to Baylor. Baylor comes back knocks off Oregon by five that pushes the line. But we'll get into all that stuff. Ladies four. I enjoyed great basketball carriage, ladies men. It doesn't matter. Of course, the guys always gonna you know, it's gonna take precedent because I've been falling since a little kid gosh dang grownup watching Saint John's back when they were relevant with carnesecca. And of course, not a bad year with Mona guys this year, but not the same when growing up and watching those games with my great uncle in Brooklyn. We'd go as house and just loved it. Big east basketball at it's finest west run was in studio. Our number one Chris win seawind, Mr.. Sparty himself as a home or he'll be telling you how sports are going to win everything with no problem. However money is coming in on Texas Tech and crispier as we speak with Reynolds on a Friday fiasco. It is great to have you part of it. And you've join me many times here, of course, with Brad powers in studio and on the line, but good to have you west and you help from the Hoosier state. No, better state as far as being known for basketball, get that peach basket up there and go out there in the back and get your chores done milk, the cows and go shoot some loops absolutely good to be with you on a Friday night. These two women's games have been very competitive following the elite eight games on the men's side. Our hope that doesn't mean tomorrow's or necessarily going to be duds. No, I, you know. And I just think like right now, a pretty intense in the talent is pretty intense for the teams that are left and when we get into break down. We're gonna break them down. Good. We're going to get into the first game which will be Auburn in Virginia and a couple of guys for Auburn under the weather. No Carolina to couple guys when they. Played Auburn in the Sweet Sixteen game that were under the weather. Look end of the day. I remember back when Jordan had the flu or whatever. And the guy just lit up everybody. So you know, what it is what it is. You can get through it with the, you know, as long as you, stay hydrate. I mean, unless it's something severe, but you know, Bruce proceed look these guys got the sniffles at the end of the day. They'll be ready tomorrow said Bryce Brown was on the men today in practice and Harper should be okay tomorrow as well. Those are the two guys starting back court there for the Auburn Tigers going to get into that tweeted out today, you know, as far as because Auburn put out a tweet, you know, final four lights camera action all the stuff, and I said look still work to be done and knowing Bruce Pearl from when I met him way back in nineteen ninety five and west. I know you're familiar with all brands of basketball, college basketball, division, two basketball, pretty darn good. But I had no clue and in ninety five when it became the voice of UC riverside's highlanders. And of course, you see are now in division one in the big. I had no idea what I was doing. But my buddy ends up getting use your vine job, which was visiting one. So he's like Thompson here you're going to be the coach great you sell a couple ads. You're in there. You're the play by play. And you know, John Macy. You know, the art Garfunkel lookalike, he was the coach there for the highlanders. Any talked me new. I knew my hoops after talking to me for about a half hour. And then it's like can you sell, and it's like, you can meet what are you kidding me? I'm from jersey, I can sell what he needs something. You know, I was like Frank Rizzo from the jerky, boys. Yeah. I can sell. You don't buy from me, slam your head into the hood tone, it down only choke a few guys now. But that was the mentality that look I can sell everything sports X radio. I've been on the air. Let me think on and off between sports X radio. When I did the Bob of Sean Kelly probably about twenty twenty four years on the radio. No one has ever sold an ad for me. Nobody. I mean. It's unreal. Now, there's a couple reps that you get from the radio stations. And you know, they try to sell, you know, maybe they get your remote here. Are there? But nobody's ever sold an account for me. That includes some national accounts that I got as well because I have confidence in myself as far as when it comes to sports. It's the one thing that I do know about. So I try to round myself the best I can now not on top of all sports. But I do stay on top of, you know, things even the golf and tennis when it comes to the majors the UFC, you know, but I have guys that I lean on their like Louis dis. And and I I when mob and some of those guys as far as you have see, and then you get into the golf. I've got the Brady cannon to the world. And you west you're a big guy, you know, as you as you get into the tennis. I've got a couple of guys there my buddy, Noah Parker, big-time tennis guy. Blake Johnson on the ladies tennis. I mean, so there's a lot of different people that I lean on for different sports. But when it comes to the college sports college football college basketball in the NFL, I do most of that work myself. Now, I've been spoiled because I've connected with Brad powers here and several other guys that are really into the college game as far as college football. So I kind of you know, like to lean on those guys to get different perspective than. Of course, going way back to yesteryear. The guy that I started with on radio here. Chuck Chuck, a big college basketball guy hails from Chicago and his deep. Paul demons. Go down tonight in the CIT final against south Florida or I'm sorry CBI. Find those CBS best two out of three and south Florida winning that two out of three taking the game in Chicago. But that was his team because he grew up Ray Meyer and back then to Paul when they were really relevant and enjoying my did a decent job after the man left. But your take division to basketball. Did you ever have a chance to kinda zone in because Indiana has some good teams when we talk about Bruce Pearl in ninety five when I met him when I was calling UC riverside games. Who do we meet up with? Indiana, Indiana, they screaming eagles. Yes. And so here's the thing. I had no clue but I'm in Louisville. And we didn't know we were going to you know, to lead eight. So we knew that if we won the first game against little team, Morningside, Iowa and pretty good who's your type tradition air only like an enrollment of twelve hundred or whatever. So if we beat them, we were more than likely going to get Indiana, Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania, thirty one oh, and they were killing everybody. I think the California Pennsylvania took them to the wire. And that was that was it. But he blew out everybody thirty one and here comes UC riverside in the final four. So you thinking, oh, that's awesome. You guys made the final four UCR finally got past Cal Cal State Bakersfield and Bakersfield under Pat Douglas. I mean, they lost one game in two years, and they won three titles. I think in five years and the division to set up differently to where you don't just get the, you know, the the regions and you have these four regions, and you set them up with, you know, sixteen teams or whatever different you eight regions and one team makes it out of each region to get to the elite eight over there in Louisville, and I remember getting their staying at the gold house, and this is classic west. I mean, it's just great times so central Missouri state got in there, and they had to play Indiana Pennsylvania in the first game. They had that draw. So we we were the earliest game. So we beat Morningside Iowa's. We know were into. Final four, so central Missouri state. This is the classic because on the play by play guy, and my color commentator was Mike more latte and Naruse actually the one that introduced me to Brian Panish. Big time attorney that comes on my show every Tuesday night, the Panish perspective, but more or less pretty big attorney himself partner Thompson, Colgate law firm will Jack Marshall was also partner there and his son. Craig Marshall was sharp for UC riverside. So Mike used to go to the games and he played ball at Pepperdine and whatnot. So we talk so he became my color commentator for the UC riverside games. And on his own diamond. Crate guy we go out for some cold ones after the game and whatnot. So we fly to Louisville and it's Tuesday because our games on Wednesday. So it's a Tuesday, and we go out, and it's like nothing going on. I mean, and literally the towns close up at like, midnight, or whatever. And we're like, are you kidding me? Man. You can't even use. We just got into playing some pool pretty decent pool player, but we were planning billiards, and there's probably about five or six guys. And you some good games and all of a sudden last call glass, call guy thank can't be last call yet. It's Tuesday in Louisville places closing up. So these two guys that are leaving the go. Hey, guys, you guys still want to hang out. He said, we're we're we're central Missouri state and were saying over at the Galt house too. And we got some refreshing down in the truck right west. We go down to this truck. These guys lift up the like, the cab part of the truck and lifter today at everything I swear to God, they had five kinds of beers. They had like five six different bottles of liquor. You know with all the mixers, and it's just ridiculous. So we drove over to the parking lot of God house. And we just we got hammered, man. I mean, I think I got in it probably like five fifteen in more because we were just talking hoops and stuff like all these guys from different areas. And I remembered coach John Macy he walked by because I didn't even make it into the room because there was something on in the TV in the lounge or something. Does and I passed out like right there and Macy was one of these guys. He'd get up early at like crack dawn like five thirty six o'clock, and he's already in his warm of some ready to go and and start going through walk throughs and all this stuff and he walks by him out of the corner miam- like crap to coach he's like. Thompson. And I just and I never forget because he's walking because at least he calls a good game. You know? I don't know what don't know. What else? He does off the court, but he calls a good game. So it was great game. And we played Indiana, Pennsylvania number one team, and we knock them off. And it was unbelievable because they had bus down from Pittsburgh, Indiana, PA's right outside of Pittsburgh. But they were number one all year, they had bus down several thousand people like a caravan of buses eight for sure they're going to win this thing..

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"indiana pa" Discussed on PRI's The World

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"indiana pa" Discussed on PRI's The World

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