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Fresh update on "jackson jackson" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"I did mention that. Could've easily gone all three hours on the NFL. And we did spend a lot of time on that. But then I changed up a little bit. We talk Kevin I only or to Kevin aioli and talked about Israel. Adesanya and Emma. We talked about Connor McGregor and Manny Paki. I was possibility. Is there anybody anywhere? Not named Connor, Who wants to see that? Andy Staples joined us. We've talked a lot of SEC ball, which is kind of weird to me, right? Like someone had. It seemed really weird to be talking s E c football and matchups and reactions. In previous it seemed really weird. Then, on the other hand, seemed pretty normal, right? It is September. We should be talking SEC football. Then again, it's weird when we're talking about it for one of the first times at the end of September. Again. 2020 hash tag 2020 All really weird really weird. Alright. Telephone number is again Use the number 1 806 368686. Now is a good time to call. When it bounced back to the NFL for a minute like we've discussed at length week three Haven't even gotten to the Giants and the Jets yet. Well, we've talked about week three at length. I can honestly tell you that the games especially the good games, All of that was great, but it was still the undercard. For tonight's main fight. I mean, yes, Packers Saints. Good game certainly gets billing on the main card, but that's not the main event. That was not the main event. Tonight is the main event. 2018, NFL MVP versus 2019, NFL MVP. Jackson Jackson versus Mom's homes. Casey v. Baltimore. No freaking Yes. I'm gonna say the two past teams in the NFL right now. Two best teams in the NFL are going to give each other the hands for 60 minutes in b'more tonight, do not at me, Mafia do not at me. Bills Mafia You are three. You know, I've given you a hell of a lot of run and love and respect. As of right now, especially after blowing that 28 23 lead. Yes, you have in your business. You did come back, but you did blow a 28 3 lead. Yes, your three and oh, you blew a 28 3 lead. You're not the Chiefs or the Ravens. Not yet. Nobody is. These are the two best in the business. Still yet Baltimore's 1 14 straight in the regular season, They beat their two opponents this season by an average of 24 a half per game. Kansas City has won 11 strayed, including last year's Super Bowl. They're the champs, they hold the belt. It's a title Wanna strap? The Ravens fan felt that they were destined for after finishing last season with the league's best record again. As of today, Make no mistake about it. These are the two best teams in the NFL, the Ravens and the Chiefs. Now we'll both these teams are led by generational talents. The generational talents off action, Jackson and Patty Moms. Both these teams have several ballers and they've got very different identities. Overall, Baltimore is going to play physical. We know this Kansas City is going to be explosive. We know that Not they could beat you both ways. You can't be this great by playing one dimensional football. And while each team can it doesn't mean they have to or will and they're not relying on that exclusively to beat you. Baltimore is going to try to impose their will on the ground. We know this were tough, physical or school, punch you in the face lineup, fire off the ball and drive that dude, that's right in front of the other guy right into the ground. We know Baltimore is going to do that. We know that Baltimore is going to hit you in the mouth over and over again. The 2019 Ravens set an NFL record for rushing yardage by team in a season. The 2020 Ravens do not look that different. Yes, I know the Lamarque and throw it. I do. But last week against Houston, Baltimore rushed for 230 yards on the ground. They were hitting them. It's 6.2 yards a pop on the ground. The Texans actually did a pretty good job of containing freaky L is that three headed monster behind him that went off. You know the Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and rookie J. K. Dobbins combination of size power and speak feed crank. Frank Frank Frank. So, however, you like it on the ground. The Ravens will serve it up. And to me, That's a key tonight, right? It's pretty simple. Actually, it's no secret. The Kansas City Chiefs run D is not a strength. We know this. Yes, they clean it up late in their run for the Lombardy last year, but once again That run defense has weird. It's ugly head up this season. Week two. The Chargers with Justin Herbert, making his first career start. Torch them on the ground for 183 yards. It does Nope, either that their corners are depleted. So no, the Ravens are not going to change their approach and air it out. But if they stack the box, Lamar certainly will fire away and take that secondary to task. Like Baltimore, in theory, actually has the perfect blueprint to beat the Chiefs, run the football, eat the clock and keep moans and his offense off the field. Note. The blue print doesn't always work, but it's the best a team can come up with. Which gets us to that part of the game tonight. Kansas City's historically explosive offense. You know what? It hasn't looked at historic so far this season. I mean, it will soon enough, and tonight would be a great time to get right. And they might against his defense like last season. Remember when these two teams got together last season? There's a whole lot of pub about that. Vaunted Ravens D and their secondary slowing down that amazing Kansas City offense? Yeah, all Mahomes did was light them up 374 yards, three touchdowns and a five point win..
Fresh update on "jackson jackson" discussed on WEEI Show
"We go to our number three spent first two hours laying out a bunch of content had a bunch of interviews. Now it's open to you. So if you've been count laying out taking it all in try to get through Get through. Got tired of waiting Now is your hour to call 1 806 368686. The program is brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken loans, rocking mortgages with you every step of the way. To provide a seamless mortgage experience. If you're joining us late, I did mention that I could've easily gone all three hours on the NFL. And we did spend a lot of time on that. But then I changed up a little bit. We talk Kevin I only or to Kevin aioli and talked about Israel. Adesanya and Emma. We talked about Connor McGregor and Manny Paki. I was possibility. Is there anybody anywhere? Not named Connor, Who wants to see that? Andy Staples joined us. We've talked a lot of SEC ball, which is kind of weird to me, right? Like someone had. It seemed really weird to be talking s E c football and matchups and reactions. In previous it seemed really weird. And then, on the other hand, seemed pretty normal. Right? It is September. We should be talking as he see football. Then again, it's weird when we're talking about it for one of the first times at the end of September. Again. 2020 hash tag 2020 All really weird really weird. Alright. Telephone number is again Use the number 1 806 368686. Now is a good time to call. When it bounced back to the NFL for a minute like we've discussed at length week three I haven't even gotten to the Giants and the Jets yet. Well, we've talked about week three at length. I can honestly tell you that the games especially the good games, All of that was great, but it was still the undercard. For tonight's main fight. I mean, yes, Packers Saints. Good game certainly gets billing on the main card, but that's not the main event. That was not the main event. Tonight is the main event. 2018, NFL MVP versus 2019, NFL MVP. Jackson Jackson versus Mom's homes. Casey v. Baltimore. How freaking Yes. I'm gonna say the two past teams in the NFL right now. Two best teams in the NFL are going to give each other the hands for 60 minutes in b'more tonight, do not at me, Mafia do not at me. Bills Mafia You are three. You know, I've given you a hell of a lot of run and love and respect. As of right now, especially after blowing that 28 23 lead. Yes, you have in your business. You did come back, but you did blow a 28 3 lead. Yes, your three and oh, you blew a 28 3 lead. You're not the Chiefs or the Ravens. Not yet. Nobody is. These are the two best in the business. Still yet Baltimore's 1 14 straight in the regular season, They beat their two opponents this season by an average of 24 a half per game. Kansas City has won 11 straight, including last year's Super Bowl. They're the champs, they hold the belt. It's a title Wanna strap? The Ravens fan felt that they were destined for after finishing last season with the league's best record again. As of today, Make no mistake about it. These are the two best teams in the NFL, the Ravens and the Chiefs. Now we'll both these teams are led by generational talents. The generational talents off action. Jackson and Patty Mahomes. Both these teams have several ballers and they've got very different identities. Overall, Baltimore is going to play physical. We know this Kansas City is going to be explosive. We know that Not they could beat you both ways. You can't be this great by playing one dimensional football. And while each team can it doesn't mean they have to or will and they're not relying on that exclusively to beat you. Baltimore is going to try to impose their will on the ground. We know this were tough, physical or school, punch you in the face lineup, fire off the ball and drive that dude, that's right in front of the other guy right into the ground. We know Baltimore is going to do that. We know that Baltimore is going to hit you in the mouth over and over again. The 2019 Ravens set an NFL record for rushing yardage by team in the season. The 2020 Ravens do not look that different. Yes, I know the Lamarque and throw it. I do. But last week against Houston, Baltimore rushed for 230 yards on the ground. They were hitting them at 6.2 yards a pop on the ground. The Texans actually did a pretty good job of containing freaky L is that three headed monster behind him that went off. You know the Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and rookie J. K. Dobbins combination of size power and speak feed crank. Crank, crank crank. So, however, you like it on the ground. The Ravens will serve it up. And to me, That's a key tonight, right? It's pretty simple. Actually, it's no secret. The Kansas City Chiefs run D is not a strength. We know this. Yes, they clean it up late in their run for the Lombardy last year, but once again That run defense has weird. It's ugly head up this season. Week two. The Chargers with Justin Herbert, making his first career start, torch them on the ground for 183 yards. It does Nope, either that their corners are depleted. So no, the Ravens are not going to change their approach and air it out. But if they stack the box, Lamar certainly will fire away and take that secondary task. Baltimore, in theory, actually has the perfect blueprint to beat the Chiefs, run the football, eat the clock and keep moans and his offense off the field. Not. The blueprint doesn't always work, but it's the best a team can come up with. Which gets us to that part of the game tonight. Kansas City's historically explosive offense. You know what? It hasn't looked at historic so far this season. I mean, it will soon enough, and tonight would be a great time to get right. And they might against his defense like last season. Remember when these two teams got together last season? There's a whole lot of pub about that. Vaunted Ravens D.
Dozens still missing in Oregon as weather helps fire fight
"Scores scores of of people people were were missing missing and and tens tens of of thousands thousands have have been been forced forced to to flee flee their their homes homes as as wildfires wildfires in in Oregon Oregon take take a a deadly deadly toll toll from from one one end end of of the the state state to to the the other other state state officials officials say say they're they're preparing preparing for for a a mass mass fatality fatality events events in in Jackson Jackson County County local local officials officials are are searching searching burned burned out out houses houses to to locate locate anybody anybody that that may may have have perished perished in in the the fire fire sheriff sheriff needs needs around around fifty fifty individuals individuals that that you you know know we're we're trying trying to to locate locate on on top top of of that that he's he's dealing dealing with with looters looters resident resident K. K. Morgan Morgan is is sick sick people people out out there there who who are are looting looting yeah yeah and and they they are are taking taking our our police police away away from from what what they they need need to to do do out out of of destruction destruction is is staggering staggering Lexus Lexus so so this this is is family family came came home home to to find find nothing nothing is is available available it it looks looks so so small small we're we're just just like like how how did did I I live live well well
"jackson jackson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The Gato and chat show more confusion from the Governor Ducey press conference. If you're a parent or teacher, you pulling your hair out right now. Yeah, I just Want some sort of guidance and better yet, just say Look, we're going to give you guys a choice if that's what you're going to do, so that way, At least I know I can make my choice It's some were going to talk about on the show The Gaydos and Chad show this afternoon at two Going out to Birmingham. Alabama would have a conversation here with Jackson Jackson. Good afternoon. How can I help you? Yeah, Jackson on 16 and considering telling my truck Of age 20. Not pain. Chevy Colorado that is worth about 23 24 grand and I was 6500 on it, so I'm considering selling it, paying up alone and using what's less about a different truck. My dad, however, says I should stick with it because this truck will be ableto last college. Any worries the truck, I would be able to buy a won't last Jackson. I know you want to say his young man, So I'm just trying on OK, let me relax, Jackson. So help me understand? How are you? 16 years old and you have a trust? So I'm guessing this truck is in your dad's mate. Yes, it is in my dad's OK, cool. So the trucks in your dad's name And you are 0 $6500 on the truck right now and you saying is worth $24,000. Rot somewhere around that my dad gave me about 18 to put on it. But he convinced me to be able to get the knots or truck to go above that ate pain and by better truck, and then he would help me get along and I would A paper bag. Sir. You paying back to your dad? Is that what he owed the money to Well, it's an actual loan through a bank, but it's in his name, but it's drifting out of my account. Okay, so Anthony and correct me if I'm wrong. This this sounds like a a Dollar and since question wrapped up in a real messy your 16 year old kid living in your dad's house question. And The easy thing If you were 25 calling us we would tell you sell the truck, man. You're gonna have sex. That's an easy no brainer. The challenge you're gonna have is being a 16 year old kid in your dad's house and dad's one paying this. I mean, does one that's got his name on this loan? You're helping pay for it. And things are a little more complex than that. So if you want and just sold this truck this afternoon, what would he say to you? Would he be angry with you? You can't sell it is in his dad's name. Well that well. I've already talked with him, and I think he's okay with it. He sees where I'm coming from, and I think he's okay with it. He just like I said, he said, you know, if you'll keep this one, it'll last you three like he says, it'll last me Third Wall School. That's what I hope today. Go to college. And then while school So here's my thing for you, Jackson. You have two options. How much money do you have in the same account saved right now. Um not a lot. $700. 6 $700. Okay. Cool right now. If the car's worth $24,000 means you have about $34,500 equity in the car if you are my son. Ofyears. Have you on my side? We would have never purchased a car. We would have never took out the loan. But right now, if you are my son in a situation I'd like some I get you. I'm taking at $17,500 equity I'ma go buy me a $10,000 match truck. I'm gonna put that $7500 in the savings account. And I'm a castle. My college I'm maybe by like a 75 $100 truck. I'm able to say a nominal by $6000 Honda. I get it. Yeah, I see you in Birmingham trucks of the thing out there, especially choices, Things period, So I understand it or Or you can have honest conversation with your dad and say, Look, Don't want any dead. Um Either. We need to pay off the car. But I don't want any dead attached to me going to college. But being 16. I like the fact that you having a $10,000 truck, both paid for $7500 sitting or $6000 sitting your savings account to go towards college. That's my opinion. But I would love to have a conversation with your father to tell him, you know. Follow me on Instagram. Follow me on YouTube. So we can have a conversation because I have a problem with parents. Not not teaching their kids everything. And given them all the options. Why do we only push Get into debt. Take out student loans. Get a car loan getting credit cards. You can establish a credit score. Like I really wish someone would have taught me when I was in high school. Hey. Here's another option. You can go to debt free option and teach me everything on that side. You know, we have so many classes was I won't name on air that teach you How to how to protect yourself if you decide to go down as one certain road, But when it comes to money, we don't teach our young how to protect themselves. When they go down the financial road we say here, listen, go hurt yourself. Go rack up all this debt go to all this stuff and then boom. Now you're wondering why 80% of people in America are living paycheck to paycheck frustrates the head guard it well, and I think it starts. I think it starts with love. I can imagine. I'm a dad. I want my kid to have the best. I want him to be safe. I have all these imaginary challenges He's gonna have And the man. Then I've got $18,000. I'm going to put on the table for him. And then I'm gonna teach him what I think is the right thing. Which I'm gonna teach him about credit. I'm gonna teach him about paying your debts. All these things that we have attached to quote unquote normal way of living. And I think I'm doing a favor. Yeah, I think I'm doing him a favor, right? But I'm not. And so I want to come in parents and say, I know you love your kids, right? I know you've saved up money and you want to help him out. Help him out in a totally radical new way, which is to be beholding to nobody ever. You know, so funny. You say that When I was on vacation for my birthday when I play golf with my dad. And he says something to me that just really struck a chord with me. That really helped me understand why my father didn't Teach me the things that I wish I knew today about money. And he said, son, I grow with 18 siblings. Okay, He's number 16 out of 18 siblings. You know, my grandmother and all of my aunts and uncles live with The man back time back in those days, and they picked cotton and so back then, having money meant that you had at least 2 $300 a year in you name. It wasn't you had a big fat savings. It wasn't that you were investing into your feature. No, it just means you had a roof over your.
Why did Washington DC police intervene at one federal statue’s destruction but not another?
"After two unruly nights marked with protesters trying to topple statues DC's police chief can't say whether it'll happen again but he can't explain why officers chose not to intervene during one incident but to intervene during another U. S. park police say a group of three hundred protesters took down sections of chain link link fencing fencing surrounding surrounding the the Andrew Andrew Jackson Jackson statue statue in in Lafayette Lafayette square square and and quote quote attacked attacked it it with with hammers hammers chisels chisels and and acid acid while while attempting attempting to to bring bring it it down down with with chains chains we we can can disagree disagree with what a statute or a piece of property represents but we have to take lawful measures to have those things removed DC police chief Peter Newsham tell WTOP his officers responded to U. S. park police calls for assistance on federal land and were able to stop the destruction of the Jackson statue but explained why his officers did not step in Friday night in judiciary square that's when a group pulled down and burned a statue of Confederate general and Mason Albert pike the tactical decision was made that the crowd had become so aggressive that it would have been dangerous to send police officers into the crowd Meghan clarity WTOP news
Washington DC police say 4 officers injured in confrontation with protesters in Black Lives Matter Plaza area
"Police used pepper spray to clear protesters former area earlier near the White House four officers were injured two people arrested protesters and police renewed clashes near the White House police moved into Lafayette park to clear demonstrators who had attached ropes to the the Andrew Andrew Jackson Jackson statue statue in in the the center center of of the the park park and and we're we're attempting attempting to to pull pull it it down down you're you're just just mounted mounted bicycle bicycle officers officers rolled rolled their their bikes bikes toward toward demonstrators demonstrators and and other DC police ordered the crowd off H. street northwest DC police chief Peter Newsham told The Washington Post pepper spray was used to move the crowd and city officials are growing concerned about tents being arrested near Lafayette park
Dallas - Injured Fort Worth Police Officer Matthew Brazeal Was Dragged Beneath Stolen Vehicle
"Now we're learning now learning the nature the nature of the injuries of the injuries at a fort at a fort worth police worth police officer officer suffered suffered last last weekend weekend after after being being intentionally intentionally hit hit by by a car a car K. R. K. realty's R. realty's Andrew Andrew Greenstein Greenstein reports reports just just before before noon noon on Saturday on Saturday officer officer met met Brazil Brazil was was hit by hit a by car a car on the west on the west loop loop three twenty three twenty as he as was he was deploying deploying stop stop sticks sticks to bring to bring a change a change to an to end an end now now we're learning we're learning that officer that officer Brazil Brazil became became trapped trapped underneath underneath the vehicle the vehicle and the and driver the driver identified identified as as thirty thirty eight year eight old year old Ronny Ronny Jackson Jackson the fort the fort worth worth drag drag him at him a high at a high rate rate of speed of speed for a for distance a distance until until he was he able was able to dislodge to dislodge police police spokesman spokesman Jimmy Jimmy pose pose on he on says he says thankfully thankfully Brazil Brazil is in is stable in stable condition condition it is it going is going to be to okay be okay but but the the all all go go especially especially with the with major the major orthopedic orthopedic interested interested he has he has requires requires for for the ability the ability shouldn't shouldn't get get back back out there out to there feel to feel as as for Jackson for Jackson he's he's charged charged with attempted with attempted capital capital murder murder evading evading arrest arrest causing causing serious serious bodily bodily injury injury and and auto auto theft theft
Using a Game to Improve Resilience in Teens With Rosemary Lokhorst
"Good Day and welcome to episode two hundred, sixty, three of live, happy now. This is Paula Phelps and this week. We're going to imagine. Living in a world has been plagued by a great tragedy. The. World is you know is gone. All the stores are closed and you can't see your friends. Sound familiar. Interestingly enough. We're talking about shadow's edge. A mobile game and lifestyle platform that was created to help teens and young adults build resilience skills. Today we're talking with Rosemary law forced one of the creative minds behind this innovative platform. Let's listen as she explains how this game has helped. Teens and young adults deal with chronic illness, anxiety and now a pandemic. Rosemary. Welcome to live happy now. Thank you I'm very flattered sphere. Well, we have a lot talk about because you've got so many different components to shadow's edge, but before we start talking about those components. Can you explain the game to us? So shadow's edge is a free mobile game that is helping teens and young adults build emotional resilience and the game dust that true self help content that is delivered right where they are on their devices playing games, so we incorporate principles of narrative therapy and artistic expression and turned that into a game to meet them rather. Rather at, can you explain what narrative therapies narrative therapy is the principle that you tell your story and talk about what you're going through that you're actually start to work on it internally. Bunch of research associated with that budge. The idea is that for example I've had trauma and top about various times with potentially with different people that I started incorporating how what has happened to me into my story and as I started doing rats. I Tell Louisville differently each time, and that's because. Because you are accepting what's happened to you and I will actually to move forward, and it sounds like it'd be a great thing for the teen market because a lot of times talking about your feelings is difficult and just saying this is what I need. You don't necessarily have the language for that. Yes, and especially in a try it teams. That's what they're meant to do. They're meant to become more independent, and there's so many things going on in the brain with gross and with becoming. Becoming their own person, they're finding their own identity, and I think that specific he now, even just in general teams are so much more pressure than we were when you were younger. There's so much more pressure to be the best that everything. There's so much more pressure from outside from your social media in all kinds of TV shows where people become billionaires by the age of twenty right, it can feel like some of these genes after Tuesday, full career path by age fourteen already and so. That stress in addition to just really finding out who they are and becoming more independent is just very heavy on their minds, and that's not always easy for them to the neck. Stress any in addition to that our research is also shown when we were harvesting over fourteen million conversations of teens online that they actually prefer eating out to somebody that is potentially not really in their immediate few, because they don't know if they would be understood there and you mentioned the research. You did a lot research. There's so much science and research that goes into the backhand of this and I want to get to that, but. But you have created this whole platform. Can you talk about where the idea began to get us here? Absolutely more than just a game, and that's why this is a great question, an answer a little bit so that you can see sort of how it all came together. It all started with a book. Our founders Sherry, Subroto. She had a brain Schumer when she was younger, and she experienced firsthand that there's really no tools that are appealing and engaging for young people out there to help them through that journey of dealing with something really harsh comes your way, and so when against all odds? She survived Jackson. Jackson went into psychology for years. She did lots of workshops teens with young adults, and upon her twenty fifth year of survivorship. She then decided she wanted to do more, and so she wrote a book with France, that was called digging deep, and for that she set up a foundation and the foundation digging deep, published the book and distributed to over seven hundred hospitals in the US with about thirty five thousand copies, basically two parents professionals psychologists, the male started working with the book, and they loved it, and so with that she also than established log for parents and professionals to help them guide them, you know. Know how to deal with these kinds of things, talks your team. All kinds of subjects and a lot of subjects actually came from parents requested by healthcare professionals, and that sort of where I answered. You know she was running out of books and I knew her already were friends. She knew I had a technical background and she knew I had storytelling backgrounds though she said you know Rosie. I want to do more with this and I'm running out of books. How can I make this into something digital you know? How can we reach a wider audience with this self? Help content that we've had in the book. And, so we look at what's possible. What's the other people will redoing engineers? That wasn't really a lot around. You know. There were gangs that were focused on shooting your cancer, or that were specific applications to monitor your diabetes there things to make you feel more healthy physically, but really on the mental side, and so we really set out to do something that helps teens in medium that they're comfortable with and. And, so that's why we decided to build games versus an
Chicago - Michael Jordan Turned Down $100 Million Deal For Two-Hour Appearance, Agent Says
"Michael Jackson Jackson Michael Jordan excuse me once had a chance to make one hundred million dollars for not much more than two hours of work and he turned it down for sure you think that's a true story yeah one hundred million who okay well tell me okay so his agent said they're not being very specific but he said this is according to his agent and it's a quote all he had to do was other than giving his name and likeness make one two hour appearance to announce the deal and he turned it down god bless him he's been so successful it gives him an opportunity to do whatever the hell he wants or not do things he doesn't want he's very very selective in the things he wants to be involved in yeah I mean unless it was some like tawdry it get them more role deal for a hundred million dollars even if you didn't keep that money you could have changed other people's lives yeah but then you could you could argue that a whole bunch of wishes worth two point one billion dollars I credit him okay we're not taking it okay so he doesn't need it oh goodness no he is he has his own brand I mean the deal that he has the jump man logo with Nike he owns the what was the NBA team the Charlotte bobcats were real I mean this dude is he is doing fine I I think that's awesome that he would just I also want to find out the percentage under million to two billion are you gonna get some rice throwing out your rice I was but you know he's so protective the reason he is so loaded one of the main reasons is because of how protective he is band of Michael Jordan the brand is still like this ESPN documentary that's on right now is the most that we have heard from Michael Jordan ever ever ever yes he you never did you interview so you never see more like him more Fallon or anything like that he just lays so low he didn't get into the commentating business like Barkley did in like Shaquille o'neal did he is always just taken this this different route and there's been this this sort of like smokescreen around him which makes the entry so much more I mean he's been out of the league for twenty years and his shoes are still the hot issues that sell each and every year everybody wants a new pair of Jordan so if that hundred million if he felt it went against the brand that he had carefully curated for all these years hi Tony has nice enough money where he could be like now pass and don't forget is Hanes commercials yeah is he in the commercial I haven't seen one recently but I always remember he wasn't you know not too long ago yeah he was on a plane we have the Charlie Chaplin mustache and he was telling people about his aching neck member who suck but yeah yeah T. shirts in his underwear talk about underpaying planes yeah generally frowned upon death have not seen that one
Roger Stone Is Sentenced to Over 3 Years in Prison
"The president's one time political adviser Roger stone sense to just over three years in federal prison stone convicted on lie a of lubricant on all seven counts including lying to Congress when this tampering and obstructing the house investigation to whether the trump campaign coordinated with Russia and the twenty sixteen electrons are still own the so called dirty trickster in long time friend of president trump smiling as he walked into court amid cheers and jeers but the smile drained from his face as he got a blistering dressing down from judge Amy Berman Jackson Jackson making clear stones conviction on seven felony counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering warranted severe punishment the judge bluntly saying stone was not prosecuted as some of claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president let's correspondent Pierre Thomas
Trump says he won't pardon Roger Stone... for now
"Months in prison for Roger stone stone that that is is the the decision decision from from federal federal judge judge Amy Amy Berman Berman Jackson Jackson stone stone is is close close to to the the president president but but it it is is a a pardon pardon in in the the works works of of the the sometimes sometimes political political confidante confidante of of Mr Mr trump trump correspondent Bob Constantini has more on the president's reaction to president responding mirroring his tweet that stone deserves a new trial and I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger has a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion interestingly Mr trump was at an event in Las Vegas celebrating sentencing in prison reforms he signed into law his back pocket the possibility of a pardon at some point I'll make a determination but Roger stone and everybody has to be treated fairly and this has not been a fair process stone was convicted for lying to Congress and threatening a witness Bob Constantini
"jackson jackson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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Lamar Jackson named unanimous 2019 NFL MVP
"The new Most Valuable Player in the league is the ravens Lamar Jackson Jackson a twenty two years old receives all fifty first place votes Saint Michael Thomas offense a player of the year patriots the font Gilmore defense of player of the year and Ryan Tannehill gets comeback player of the year beating out you make Rapallo by just one vote they'll be five more members of the NFL hall of fame legendary safeties Troy Polamalu and Steve Atwater joined running back Edgerrin James White out Isaac Bruce and guard Steve Hutchinson heading to
2019 NFL playoff picture
"This is our center of sports this morning here to tell us who's getting presents who's getting lumps of coal this morning John and now we've got what sixteen weeks of the NFL season almost in the books we have Monday Night Football are the only one left to be played so I guess we have an idea who's getting the call who might be getting some of the presents John yeah that's right Michael yeah the penultimate we could the NFL season and the thing is starting to come into focus a little bit here bald the Baltimore Ravens look like they're going to be they're gonna have an easy stretch to get to the Superbowl at this point they they everything has to go through charm city at this point after leading MVP candidate quarterback or or Jackson Jackson read read for for a a hundred hundred you you cards cards for for the the fifth fifth time time this this season season he he threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes including including this this twelve twelve yarder yarder to to marking marking Herman Herman the the ravens ravens thirty thirty one one fifteen fifteen win win at at Cleveland Cleveland thirteen play of the drive coming up the steps to the left of Jackson wants to throw out of the gun active steps up we passed the room has with a touch now but on the flat they are dancing in the end zone in Cleveland Baltimore now an a FC best thirteen into on the season they've clinched home field advantage throughout the playoffs the bottom of the A. F. C. playoff picture couldn't be settled following losses by Tennessee at Pittsburgh yesterday the Titans build a fourteen nothing first half lead before falling to eighty seven with a thirty eight twenty eight lost to New Orleans drew Brees threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and three touchdowns Ellen Qamar ran for two touchdowns to help the states moved to twelve and three they scored twenty four unanswered points to keep their chances alive at one of the NFC's top two seeds in a first round playoff by former Steeler lady on bell damaged his old team's playoff hopes by running for seventy two yards on twenty five carries in the jet sixteen ten victory against Pittsburgh and the raiders kept their ANSI playoff hopes alive as Derek Carr threw for two hundred ninety one yards and a touchdown in a twenty four seventeen win over the Chargers so you have the Titans dealers and raiders all still alive for the final wild card spot in the AFC heading into the final week of the season meanwhile the eagles have wrested control of the NFC east away from Dallas with a seventy nine win over the cowboys in Philadelphia cornerback Sidney Jones broke up a deck Prescott pass on fourth down towards the end of the game to secure a win for the eight seven eagles Carson Wentz thirty one for forty for three to nineteen yards and a touchdown mile Sanders rent for a score to help Philadelphia prevent Dallas from clinching the division title in Philadelphia head coach coach Doug Doug Peterson Peterson said said winning winning the the turnover turnover battle battle whiskey whiskey if if you you want want to to talk talk about about a a team team win win this this was was definitely definitely a a team team win win no no offense offense defense defense and and special special teams teams and and but but yeah the probably the the the the giveaway takeaway margin for us and helped us to stay in this game Philly clinches with a win over the giants next Sunday the cowboys take the division if they be Washington and the eagles lose to New York the Seahawks lost control of the NFC west with a twenty seven thirteen loss against the visiting cardinals Seattle have to beat the forty Niners next Sunday to win the division
California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry
"California produces ninety percent of all the wine made in America but historic wildfires devastating droughts and other extreme weather have many in the business struggling alling with how to adapt to a changing climate as. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports a growing number of vineyard owners in the country's best known wine region. A calling for less talk and some more action on the beautiful heat lamp terraces and elegant tasting rooms of Napa Sonoma. The cabin as these days are often paired with talk of extreme weather and warming earth. It's a romantic and mealey's believes that the wine industry is something that has long term at Annapolis Lark. Mead vineyards head winemaker. Dan Petrosky shows me around the test plots lots. He's preparing three and a half acres of experimental grape varieties from the southern hemisphere and the southern Mediterranean. This research vineyard is focusing on the grape varieties. Heidi's that we believe will be important to Napa Valley or even to the future of California wine as we're thinking about how the climate is changing here. Over the course of the next couple of decades the idea is to find out which groups do better in drought conditions or in an era of colder cold snaps and warmer heatwaves Lark made was founded in eighteen eighteen. Ninety five and Petrosky is not looking to replace its famed Cabernet. But he'll test for resilience and flavor tryouts. You might call it for which grapes will become supporting according actors in the finished wines of near future warmer Napa the test plots he says or part of a broader long term strategy to try to mitigate climate change how we think about irrigation or non-irritating. How we think about keeping the temperature down not only the fruit zone but on the canopies with installing misting systems and shade cloth? So we're we're GONNA be using this as an opportunity to test not only new technologies but also the test the finished product in the absence of federal leadership on climate change a growing number wineries in Napa and Sonoma lark meter trying to reduce their carbon footprints organic farming solar panels composting instead of burning discarded vines and and most wineries in this region are now certified sustainable in the management of their energy water and soil. But I'm not sure that's enough we're dealing with which with a larger global issue of planet civility to curb carbon in neighboring? sonoma's sisters Katie and Julia Jackson Jackson aren't sure it's enough either and we need to stop talking about the problem. We need to actually start implementing and scaling the solutions. Now Julia and Katya part owners was one of the world's biggest wine producers Jackson family wines. They help run. Forty two wineries around the world from California to South Africa. Jackson recently teamed up with with another global wind giant Spain's Torres family wines to create international wineries for climate action sitting at a picnic table overlooking the vines at their La Crema. Emma winery Haiti Jackson says the new groups goal is nothing short of radically decarbonising. The world's wine industry that's an organization that's asking members to to reduce their carbon footprints fifty percent by twenty thirty and by eighty percent by twenty forty five we need concrete significant action immediately and also also for the mid- and long-term to join wineries pledged to meet those ambitious goals and show they currently get at least twenty percent of their energy from onsite. Renewables is like solar and wind and they have to agree to conduct a thorough carbon emissions inventory audited by a third party every year looking at all aspects of production. In through delivery Jackson wine has been measuring its carbon footprint for eleven years. One of several changes they made after an energy audit. They switched to lighter glass bottles cutting their emissions footprint three percent and saving on shipping and production costs are cute so far the new global wind climate group only has six six members change. Come slow in wineland tradition. Not Transformation is often the ethos. It's an industry driven by personality and passion individuals individuals who are fierce competitors sometimes averse to working together. Katie Jackson says that mindset has to evolve. We believe that our intelligence together is quainton be more powerful and more impactful than anyone. Winery trying to figure this out and go alone. There's another challenge. Many small wineries can't afford to invest in climate resilience such as an annual emissions inventory. They're struggling to get the harvest in survive. And maybe spending any extra cash on new generators to adapt to the new normal mull of rolling power blackouts due to the heightened risk of catastrophic wildfires driven in part by climate change. Eric Westervelt N._p._R.. News in California's Napa Valley.
Lamar vs. Deshaun: Dual-Threat Duel
"Dummy Foxworth is a former. NFL Player in a writer. At the undefeated undefeated Dominique Texans at Ravens Shawn Watson versus Lamar Jackson. I M extremely pumped to watch this football game name I mean how could you not like their playoff implications about like the first round by then you have to. MVP caliber quarterbacks going face to face race is not even that they are officiant are exciting. Like Lamar Jackson is spending people out of their shoes back. And I got a touchtone school into Shawn Watson taken feet to the face and throwing touchdown passes swatted. Betty goes down. We stay so to speak. This might be the most exciting game of the year. Well let's back up. This is not the first time these two quarterbacks have played what happened during their last match up as they played against each the other twenty sixteen in college we have a QB dual death Valley Malabar Jackson sensation in the sport but Shawn Watson. Is this delete veteran. Lamar Jackson Accent was at Louisville. A Lot less talented Louisville going up against Clemson and it was everything that you wanted Jackson Jackson. What's the pocket staff? Lived up to the. Both of those guys had great games. I think Jackson had nearly the three hundred yards passing any at one. Hundred sixty yards rushing touchdowns rushing one passing. Scores Standing at Louisville is walk. You're right back in this game and Watson won the game with over three hundred yards passing and five touchdowns through the air. In Ninety one yards rushing fires back the open it was a great game was close. Lamar Jackson and his team came this short of the end zone Jackson. Listen it go back then in two thousand sixteen. What was the perception of both of these quarterbacks like I mean Lamar was Ryan? Pretty high ended up winning the heisman trophy. That year and does Shawn Watson didn't do too bad himself want a national championship that year. I think people were very very the high on both of them right. well as I mentioned Sean went out and won the title. That year seemed like a no brainer that he would be A starting caliber. NFL quarterback a sure thing and yet the draft comes around and he falls to number twelve. He was picked behind. Mitch Trubisky and Dan Patrick Mahomes what happened. I don't know it didn't make sense because he didn't just win the National Championship. He came from behind throwing the ball through the air. Picking apart art the Alabama defense which was loaded with NFL talent. It seemed like what more do you want and then the very next year. Lamar Jackson also faced faced skepticism. When it came to his prospects in the NFL there were some respected people at this network and elsewhere who thought that maybe his best chance at succeeding being in the NFL was to play receiver which just made absolutely no sense? heisman trophy quarterback who wasn't running the option in college. He was running a pro style offense essentially at least a passing place. Where pro style? Why anybody would think that he needed to switch? Physicians was dumbfounded. You and I washed him very closely closely. Dominique ahead of the draft. We actually wrote a piece together about what it would take for him to succeed in the NFL. What was your conclusion from doing that? We look more deeply into a player's background in on field performance than I had with any other player and I remember being surprised at how developed a pocket could passer he was because all his highlights highlights that resonating. Your mind are him running so you think well maybe. He's like a running quarterback but no the criticism about him was not at all about his ability to read defenses or run a pro style offense. The criticism about him was about his accuracy which is fair but he was much further along as far as being. NFL Pro Ready Ready quarterback than most guys will get kind of tagged with that dual threat right. I went to his day in Louisville for our peace to do some reporting what did strike me about being there was during his throwing drills seeing how bad his wide receiver rose war they were dropping passes right and left. Yeah and I would think that. Having living bad receivers frankly or just generally mediocre talent would bode well for him in the draft process. That people would recognize that he was that entire program. I am all the success that they had while he was there was because he was great. And it's interesting that you bring that up because somehow teams looked at him and didn't appreciate that and then they looked at Shawn Watson in maybe poverty why he slid was because they had so much talent at Clemson. So like People looked at Shawn Watson and they might have seen maybe a guy who was just orchestrating a bunch of great talent and not a great talent himself. I'm not sure how they could watch the film and come to that conclusion. At the time I remember being kind of confused by but I don't understand Dan. How else do you select him behind? Somebody like Mitchell trubisky. Dominic what do you remember from watching the two thousand eighteen draft Well first of all I remember I remember watching it in a dark room with you and Bristol doing some sort of live show. It was really fun. And I remember Lamar Jackson showing up in that beautiful green suit and and feeling optimistic about him landing on a team early because I frankly thought he was the best quarterback in that draft and then watching him slowly. Sit there and all the time passing by and I remember thinking that. There's no way that they're going to let this heisman trophy. Winning Uber towns at quarterback. Go into the second day but the ravens swooped in and grabbed him with thirty second. Pick in the two thousand eighteen. NFL draft the Baltimore. Ravens Select Lamar Jackson in Louisville Right. Meanwhile I'm sure that he was uncomfortable in that moment and he did not enjoy sitting there in the green room with the cameras. Keep checking on his side face but it worked out because I don't think that he would have the success as in many other teams. You use the word confused to describe your reactions to watching these quarterbacks drop in the draft but really I I think you have some thoughts as to why it happened now. Oh Yeah I wasn't confused. Shocked said that because I seem like the right to say hey. I'm black man. I'm very aware of the the unconscious. Or maybe sometimes conscious bias that that goes into the decision making that happens in football and sports beyond that it just as difficult when you assume that there's so much riding on making the right decision that people have a difficult time getting past whatever biases. They are to try to succeed. So I'm not surprised. I think those those players that are brought up earlier like the contrast I bear I think makes it more glaring than anything else is like when you look at Lamar Jackson Deshaun Watson. Why are you more prone to see someone like rg three your career path? That's not successful than you are to see a career path of a quarterback who did succeed. There's just kind of faulty narrative out there that I think a lot of people whether knowingly or not kind of ascribed to is that mobile or athletic dole thread are or frankly just black quarterbacks. Don't don't pan out when they get to the
"jackson jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"jackson jackson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"He's pointing for me, but it really need consistency met three. But I was going to do this cool stereo effect where I say it in the right channel. And then you say the left channel. But. No, I wasn't gonna spend editing anyways talking about I don't. All right. Well, let's just go talk to Chris cremate SOS all about putting on these awesome events, and everything that goes into it and just awesome guy podcasting stuff. And I'm just I'm just saying words now, this talk your dog, still farting. So let's get to that interview cheese. Hey, Chris, thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Man. So we just kinda talk and war stories about recovering after events, and and you or just like non stop. I'm feeling it. I'm getting I'm not like really old. But I'm at the age now where I don't rebound as quick as I used to. I hear that. Well, you're doing a lot. And so just to tell everybody what we're talking about. It's podcast is one of your large events one of the events. He do and we came back from that what we can half ago or so, and yeah, I feel you on the recovery thing. Clear now to emails and your your voice raspy after events like that I feel like I need about a week off for every two days of conference. Yeah. You know, something pod festive so immersive that we found a trend that people that. Yes, they lose their voice in a lot of people get sick. So next year. I'm going to have like in the mail before you come to pod vessels like vitamin C. And and take some boosters before you show up because of the the intensity of the conference takes a lot of where we're all at a very high level of energy. It just takes a lot out of you. That's that's a good thing. But it's good to know you enroll podcasters too. So we gotta save those his pipes given the golden pipes voices. One of our tools, and we're all talking pod fest left and right. Dave Jackson Jackson school podcasting..
Michael Jackson Jackson, Homer Simpson And Simpsons discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Very cool. Well, the producers of the Simpsons they are removing a classic episode that featured the voice of Michael Jackson high. Michael Jackson Jackson's. Simpson. From the Simpsons was an interesting concept in nineteen ninety one. The title was stark, raving dad of this episode and Jackson voiced a character who claimed to be Jackson and met Homer Simpson and immense mental institution of all places testing. Yeah. So the episode it's going to be removed from all streaming services and future DVD's sets executive producer chains. L? Brooks told the Wall Street Journal, it feels like clearly the
"jackson jackson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Pretty sure. He did. He was pretty thin. I believe he had like reddish hair. Can't I'm just looking at proud reference here. That's a pretty good data three six three one. Seventy what's up like talking about exciting. Guys, Cabrera forgot Alan Iverson was watching sports forgot million guys. I'm going through a former number one overall picks. Remember it and you mentioned it before PT. I mean, grandma, Larry Johnson a UNLV. Those teams were Stacey Augmon and Greg Anthony Anderson hunt Anderson, hundreds of forgotten guy hoops the end of the of the fab five king Jimmy kings. Not pelinka. No, nothing Lincoln. Yeah. Pelinka know who's the who's the other five that was? Jackson jackson. Hi, it's Jamie king and we set a ball and Jackson Jackson's the forgotten one. Always if the white kid play too. Yeah. That five starting. It was a fat kid also a freshman. Also, he was actually were six, but he I think he went back and forth. Yeah. This is rob Pelinka. Wasn't it? Look his name. I don't think Pelinka was a freshman at the time. I think I think he mostly fibers about the starting five. Yeah. And jimmy. Yeah. But the thing about even like when they were going against Leitner, you know, as great a Christian Leitner is on the list. And he he's right. I mean, he's below them. But he's Lou Elson their Bill Walton like he's Patrick Ewing Ralph Sam, but one of the best college players for sure of all time. But stylistically, I mean, I always respect him because he was so much tougher people thought he was like, you know, a suburb kid, he's actually blue-collar per pretty blue scrabble pretty tough too. But I never I never enjoyed watching late night. Play boring. Yeah. You you hate it. Jump shots and the dunks were the cheesy little corny wasn't a great Ninety-one. Ninety-two Pelinka was a he was a junior jewelry. Okay. All right, nine minutes. A game. Throw him a bone giving a couple of three point shots up. I'm sure right. Yeah. The average less than one a gay less than one eight or one thousand taking one made three point eight. And less than one taken per gave up, man. All right. Let's we're gonna have an eagle up max that usual Thursday spot. Big one tonight, take Packers and Seattle. Probably Seattle's last stand right now. They're ninth in the NFC the Packers tie and coming off a win against Miami. They're seven so they've got a little work to do as well. It's a big one in essence a playoff game. So we'll talk about that start to look ahead to the rest of the week eleven with the great I in eagle coming up next Tiki and Tierney CBS sports radio. This is Tiki and Tierney on CBS sports radio. The natural habitat of the creepy. Doll is a horror movie it can't help being creepy. It's that small fixed smile, and there's never closing is always watching.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"E W said when John him was your high school drama teacher everyone in school have crushes on him. Yeah. Yeah. I think so I mean, he's a handsome, man. He was very good at teaching. I'm always quick to say because he was very good and he cared about the craft. He's also good-looking. Jennifer G emailed Stockard. Is it true that you brought special pot brownies to the grease wrap party? And do you. Remember anything from that night? Strange read that then she set that. And I have absolutely no recollection. But that would be understandable. Let's go to cat from Nebraska for Ellie Kemper. Hey cat. What your question? My question for every how satisfied? Talk anything about the remember asteroid you happy with the ending. And will there be a movie? I don't know if there will be movie, I hope there is. And I was happy with ending. I think the writers wrapped up all of our stories, very, very, caring and a satisfying way. So check it out James. During. Tena K wants to know Stockard, which of your Emmys felt the best to win you've won three Emmys and you've been nominated fourteen times. Wow. Well, probably the ones I finally. On fourteen. One that you thought you were shooting for that you didn't wind up getting now. I remember all right. Ellen are texted Stockard. Were you surprised by the reaction towards your episode of urban myths, and do you think you'll ever play Elizabeth Taylor again? Well, that was a weird thing. This was a little thing. I didn't London. Joe fines, Michael Jackson Jackson. And there was a lot of to do about. The fact that. As I always sort of Fred arms on Saturday Night Live playing Obama, and nobody seemed to give right that. That's good. Thank you. Absolutely. I kind of really wanting to see you platelets Taylor. Yeah. Of the day goes to the underwater technology, they captured a rare sighting of a seat creature nicknamed the headless chicken monster fun fact, a headless chicken monster is also what you call a date who eats an entire bucket of chicken wings. But then leaves before you get to third base. Today's Jack logos to the self-described lens rights activists who filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against a women only craft beer for him in Los Angeles. That is so sad that the only places that these men have left to enjoy beer is every sports bar frat house sporting events strip club, and for these men in particular the basement of their mom's house, they probably still live in. I wanna thank Stockard Channing Elliott. Stockard Channing from op. Nice world. See Frank to all the time on New York on stage. Goddard as cut his big wicked special coming up this weekend with Dina and Kristen channel. Congrats you'll bigwig. Times. Yeah. See what about you? I love wicked. Yeah. Yeah. Gives me gay goosebumps, Sarah go, let's go to Rebecca from New Jersey with a question for stock Channing, Rebecca what your question. I'm high suckered I just have to tell you really quickly. My daughter Mattie is completely obsessed with your performance in Greece. Hear it all the time. She actually saying they're worse things I could do at a drag brunch. Last saturday. She's nine. My wait. Hold on DACA. One year old daughter to drag brunch. She loves drag branches this is actually a fundraiser for eight flock. Any day drag. She's gonna go listen, you're nine year old Niamh any lot. What what's your question, Rebecca? My question is actually with regard to one of my favorite performances of background had. And I wanted to know what was your reaction to Will Smith, David. He tried method acting for six degrees of separation and wound up selling in love with you in real life. Wow. I hadn't heard that hurt. He said that it's very flattering. Yes. That's really nice. Let's go to Carla from Cincinnati Carla. What your question? Hey died. This question is for Ellie. Okay. Do you know anything about rumors that MVP one to reboot the which you come back? If that happen. I I would come back in a second. I know anything I know what my mom has told me that she's seen on her. Google alerts about your mom. She's my primary source of news. She's like. I would love for there to be rebuilt. I love that group of people..
"jackson jackson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The crowd. Shirt off his fight. Are you tired of the the crappy tired of the entire all their crap? Talking about your family show. Yeah. Please lindsey. Well, we're trying to preserve the family and look at their crazy. Shirley, Jackson, Lee wh-. What was in that envelope? You Hannah did a lawyer. I wanna Nye set a big thing going on. I saw a clip of that way the internet works. Surly blast Sheila Jackson Jackson. She was the one. She was the the house. She's in the house. She was the house member who I think when NASA was up there, and they were showing the Rover that was on Mars, and she she asked the person, can you can you send that over to the American flag that the astronauts left up there. That was over a decade ago. And she's still holds her see she's because she's a genius. So, but here's the thing with with the internet and stories like, Shirley, jackson-lee Lee. Handing information to who. Handing it to the lawyer with the beard. What do you mean? Caught. Was she they weren't behind a pillar. She did it in open. Everybody was there. What's wrong with handing was like information? We drop like an envelope. La- cash. Anybody? Has anybody? Did anybody doubt that where she stood on the cavenaugh thing? I mean, I don't I don't get the there were questions wavering. She was waiting. What are we doing here? This is a good one for autumn. Kathy Griffin is in trouble. Again. She tweeted last night that Rachel Mitchell. Who was that prosecutor who is doing a horrible job that was hired by the Republicans as she tweeted that she's a disgrace to all women all because. Don't you think that sort of a court of public opinion, even you ought to test cross examined the accuser just to see if they got their stories straight. Right. Well, wait a minute. What are you talking about? What I'm saying is even even you believe the accuser in America, you should have to go through a rigorous cross examination. So are you it's probably the same planet. I mean, this is ridiculous Kathy crappy grow. No, he was. He was. Is. I mean, they're just like three out because like oh my God. Totally coming be on this whatever this is this. You should have been making the case you have a lot of evidence there. So you're saying you looked at his eyes. I mean, just yeah. I mean, anybody who says that he's not guilty or whatever is like not looking at him. I mean, he was just so upset, and you know, like, the other lady, she was Dr fart. She was just like totally interested in like scared and vulnerable touching. But then like this. Come on. Ten days ago. Schedule ridiculous Kathy Griffin. You're saying that he was throwing a tantrum. Yeah. Like ten days ago. I bought beer. I can't believe he would act that way. For a white man in this world. I did something a long time ago, and it doesn't even matter anymore and necessary. Yes. Something to say the Kathy Griffin..
Michael Jackson would have turned 60 this week
"Helmet? I had a Rams bedspread Abed's brand hit a Rams that's vice asleep. My Browns helmet. Anybody. Sleeping helmet. Little one bar cross the front. Joe is exactly that's a long sixty three kid back then back in the sixties. I love my Browns helmet. Hugh browse helmet, I think, is the best. It's just plain orange, the Brown and white straight. It looked just just look just like your regular hit. You couldn't even tell you. He's just got a paint a white stripe of his skull. That's That's right. right. How to save a child that you should never would have got rid of the list. Yeah, that's on top of my list wasn't like what childhood thing did you probably Rams blanket, Chris, and Raj me. Remember this toward you guys. Remember the evil knievel little biting wind hit it on its head, and it would take off Chris. Well, he was so deprived as a kid. Mr. stretches stretch Armstrong. Yeah, I used to cut it open, eat the jelly. I've been. How are you still here? I thought that killed people. That was turned out. Great. Maybe that maybe we're starting to put some pieces together here. Yeah, LeBron has his new show the shop. Did you watch that. Yeah, I thought. LeBron's Laker now. Re- re- recalibrate with that
Who is Isaac Kappy? Actor who threatened Paris Jackson and Seth Green revealed
"Cloudy and fifty six. Tonight seventy four now This is a. Mytalk dirt alert update a quick. Look at what's happening in? Entertainment dirt we want the dirt on mytalk did you want. To It seems that General Hospital might be, getting a familiar face heading. Back to port Charles and that's according. To Entertainment Weekly that Donna mills is set to reprise her role as Madeline Reeves this. Coming month stop she was last. Seen after land youth-oriented On the small screen the. Last time we sat out a, mills was when she was carted off to the slammer for, the murder of Silas clay. Back in September of two thousand fifteen Oh Please And in a more serious story is strange story, Paris, Jackson, Jackson and. Actor Seth green have been allegedly attacked by an actor named. Isaac capi TMZ is reporting that capi is a focus of an investigation by the LAPD for alleged harassment and stalking of Seth and his. Wife Kathy also allegedly choked Paris Jackson about a month ago during a game night party and capi has repeatedly accused of. Paedophilia it's all very strange and the LAPD is investigating so. Brands. Yeah and a source tells the Daily Mail that there's no chance now for a reconciliation between Megan Markle and her, father Thomas Markle the friends saying problems existed before she met Prince, Harry and that Megan Markle has been left amazed by Thomas Markle's recent antics talking to the British tabloids and that Megan and her father have had problems for some. Time the source, says also the Royal family isn't as upset as you'd think either they have more Things to focus on why this is Mr Slapping back Sources. No..
"jackson jackson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"So that point that's direct. Evidence that's not. Circumstantial that's not. Indirect that's not something I need thirteen people with an agenda to help you find that's number one, observation but double standard. Book here's the theme if Trump this for, it I'm against. It that's the double. Standard give you two quick. Examples don't talk to. Russia Senator Schumer and others are telling us he's a bad, man. Etc President Obama was, a master of that outreach to our enemies. But not just outreach, to hook to make inroads it was destabilizing most unstable area in the world. And it was all at the expense of. Our, allies I'm talking about soliciting meetings with people whose countries commit summary executions day in day out let me. Give you the other. Double standards of many many. Examples just thought last week struck hearing forget about maybe missed opportunities by the. Republicans think about the Democrats congressman Nadler Jackson. Jackson-lee in all of these people hold themselves out civil libertarians I wants to speak up that government. Misconduct now all of a sudden. Government misconduct of. The most horrific. Nature absolute lies perversion of an office doesn't matter he deserves an honor he deserves a purple heart, how dare people malign. As man thank him for his service to, the country I've. Never seen a double. Standard like that the last. Point I want to make is is on fire when heard Greg does a fine, job Is The interference with. Elections that's what we're showing outrage in that has been a staple of American foreign policy to do our best to affect other countries elections within what we consider to be your sphere of influence from. Time. Immemorial imagine if you were to conduct investigation into the Obama administration's interference with the Israeli election to get Netanyahu out of. Office, again you wouldn't need a team of thirteen biased with an. Agenda you need one person because he put money into. It he put personnel into. It it was an open interference and we do it with countries all around the. World I'm not saying for the second that justifies Russian. Interference I am seeing part of this double standard Let me go back to Sarah Carter I mean honestly when, I don't say this. Lightly you Greg David so many others I think deserve Pulitzer prizes for everything that you've you've done everything we've said is come true but I mean David makes great points Greg dozen it's like there's. A. Group like fifteen of us that understand all this well and I think one of the biggest points that we need to. Make, right here now and I mean David shown in Greg we're. Just incredible right now but think about all the time. That former Obama administration officials. Utilize to take down the truck in an attempt to try to take down the. President of the United States and the policies that administration. That the American people want put in place How much time they spend. Doing, that they don't do that with Ladimir Putin they don't do, that with other. People they spend all of their time. On Twitter, on, social media in and on the, mainstream, networks, chest badmouthing their own, country they're president the administration and the American people spend the. Majority of their time putting us, down calling us, smelly if you voted, for President. Trump making fun of WalMart I mean what kind of people are the no, no no we were bitter smelly WalMart people the cling to our God guns bibles religion. And oh by, the way we're irredeemable, deplorable human means that's what, they think the president just tweeted out as I said today and many times before quote I have great confidence in my intelligence people my being in big letters However I also recognize that in order to build a brighter future we cannot exclude Lucidly focus. On the. Past as the world's. Two largest nuclear powers it's. Better if we get along has take Helsinki 2018, let me go back to the Greg Jarrett on this yeah I think. The, big picture is is more important but the double standard is, just I'm not There's zero outrage on my part at. How they, all align the same. Way zero Greg because, this is who they are they are. Liars hypocrites and at. The, heart of, it all Sarah was making this is what people like Brennan have..
"jackson jackson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Administered ah similar to elvis the morning they've been a gradual process the other jackson jackson's asleep and eventually given in an administrative protocol which is given by injection with from i would be in a hospital bed and then he he he was outside the room on the phone to his various when we come back here wasn't breathing so and then began a systematic attempt to cover up which which he hopes that i guess jackson survived the whole thing except on the carpet but i try to drugs remove inside a couple of you while jackson was still while the minute paramedics jackson that was part of this ultimately come the reasons why he was found a joke for years did i read in your book david that at one point in this came from jackson security guard who was also at the bedside that doctor conrad murray was attempting to re to administer cpr on michael with one hand because he had a phone in the other which you know any kind of student doctor with with with of medical education but tell you that virtually impossible and something which again one wonders with the jackson could've been saved quick election i mean we never know what thinks but yeah certainly he's behavior in in the house of the jetsons stop breathing reprehensible i certainly didn't someone one of the things about specifically about jackson we know kind of how he died we know that what i take issue with a i think to a certain extent now equals a scapegoat undeniably he was there and he administered puzzle each should be held to account but he was not alone i think other doctors certainly administered elliott jackson and other drugs pain medication i'm there was an investigation by the police off jackson steph which we're not somebody's nines and so i think more should have been done to bring those other uncertain the medical professionals the whole to account because i think he's not just jackson the i'm prince soccer with it's it's only take around the world kootenai spot of addiction to medication i think the white house gave some figures on one hundred and twenty americans debate most of those involving legal prescription drugs not more than the number of people killed each pain conquest does not just celebrities this is this is everyone i think they missed a serious trick on the mark jackson case to actually send a message out there that you know the people this medical prescription medication cannot be tolerated it struck me as really limited this whole investigation sits a nari when he should have been much deeper more intense all right let's go to the wildcard line i out of the chute is carlos in hawas walk who hawaii carlos welcome to coast to coast hi there the last time i spoke with you i made the point about quantum california and the fact that it's possible to resurrect person who's dead if they die out of sequence the body can be transported back into sequence and the life forces restored i just wanted to make that point because i'm gonna show you how it applies robert robbins i'm mutual fund device is alive and well carlos carlos forgive me but right now we're talking to david gardner about marilyn monroe and elvis and michael jackson do you have a question specific to that and we can you know next time i do a friday night open lines you call in and you can you can fill your boots and tell me all about that but right now i'd like to i'd like you to maybe direct a question to david gardner if you could leave the subject of art fell alone for now marilyn monroe the nights that she died they were telephone records showed she had repeated calls back and forth to robert kennedy and to peter lawford and it's my understanding that they were enticing please rose just go ahead and do it daughter ready get it done and so she complies because she was she was under pressure to terminate the identity of marilyn monroe because marilyn monroe was being what was was about to be subpoenaed by the fbi shaka hoover wants to depose her pertaining to what she knew about activities within the kennedy administration and the point that i'm making is do you know of in the case of elvis presley michael jackson marilyn monroe and others have you ever heard allegations that they were terminated that they terminated those personas and they were resurrected and they came back to life under other identities a witness witness protection program is that the.
Joe Jackson, Jackson Family Patriarch, Dies at 89
"Cbs fm rainy thursday morning shannon's on the radio canal petty did the whole story about joe jackson passing away yesterday if you go on the internet and i didn't believe it but somebody just email me i can't believe joe jackson is dead this is not the joe jackson the singer guy that had stepping out this is a different joe jackson this is the joe jackson from the jackson family the dad from his loins sprung the jackson five yes that's the deal this is the other joe jackson and he's still alive he's getting on no attributes doing on the internet this is the live joe jackson folks.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Dugout and you can always tell when that's going to the upright turns that he he glares over at the dugout well i guess if you're buckholtz that was just a perfect pitch if you're jackson it just wasn't a strike that's how perfect it was here's strat now and he swings and misses strike one strapping swinging the cut her off the outside and i do think it's an example of austin jackson jackson's been an american leaguer basically his whole career and that eight spot of the order if it's borderline especially in a spot where the runner at third job really is to swing the bat and that's a good point there's a swing and a way off the outside i another coverage on to me because still appreciate a guy that pitch did not look like a strike taking it that's what you train yourself to do but that's where that spot in the order is so often so difficult they call it expanding the strike zone that's part of the job of being an eighth place hitter infield back normal debt to dan around third here's the pitch and it's too high the cat is wanting to and that's why hitting eight this sort of an under appreciated art because you do sometimes have to go out of your game sometimes to swing at pitches you wouldn't ordinarily chase there's a swinging strike three a high fastball three strike outs in the inning for by colds and the one on triple by goes to waste do the third buckholtz will be coming up against stratton giants.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"The first one one it it didn't didn't get get recharter recharged and and you had had the second second us us bank bank which which was was run by the time a a man by the name of nncholas biddle biddle nncholas biddle biddle and and president president andrew jackson jackson went toe to toe over this it'll thought that jackson jackson was on his political heels so so before the charter was up he he went went for for recharter recharter jackson jackson was was livid he fought against it it he he referred to the second us bank bank as as a hydra hydra headed headed monster monster eating the flesh of the common man upshot upshot very good description by by the the way and and i'll get into the hydro hydro in in a a minute the the the the upshot is is the the recharter recharter didn't didn't take take place place right and and there's there's a there's there's a a big there's a long discussion to talk about what happened between then and and nineteen nineteen thirteen when woodrow woodrow wilson wilson signed the federal reserve act of nineteen thirteen thirteen and and the the system system went operational in nineteen fourteen what are the big big difference difference is that the the lesson was learned learned we're we're not not doing doing this on a a charter charter we're doing this on a law good good thing is this is just a law it's not a constitutional constitutional amendment amendment loss can be repealed the the the the thing i like about about the the hydra hydra hydra being the mythological creature creature big big body multiple necks necks multiple multiple heads and the the miss miss that that surround with surrounds that creatures that if you cut off one head to grow back i like like in and you you know know what we've got got in in this this country country today we have so so many many problems and and i i don't dismiss dismiss or or minimize any of them but we we have have so many problems it's like hydrogen ahead ahead you go after one problem head there's there's another another one one just sit in bad bad the the sailor sailor movie because you're not dealing with the core of the problem and in this this case case the problem is.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I know like every lebron stands like did you see he got a little pinky on the gods tied i see both i and then all got elbow forearm in all of the risks before any ball if someone does that to lebron it's automatically follow it's a flagrant to jackson jackson suspension for the rest of the game come on now in the the rest of the finals yeah she says layer annoyed so much so for context because i don't want people this thing that we're just taking one little five second clip and turning it into this big deal here's the context they were talking about lebron james beetle jalen in greenie on get up on espn this morning here's the full context of his thought saying we break this down in categories now because what we done weight so we will say the wing man right someone we go like the the sits seven and under right because when you put corinne and you put in there right and you put russell in the different counterargument.
Wounded U.S. soldier receives penis transplant
"As required by law lambourn known as tax cut supporter and ardent opponent of abortion could not be reached for comment but his campaign said it is looking the challenge the ruling in a federal court for npr news i'm michael do anna in denver and published reports says tomorrow's confirmation hearing for president trump's pick to be veterans affairs secretary will be delayed the washington post is reporting some senators are examining the record of navy rear admiral man physician ronnie jackson jackson does not have much management experience you're listening to npr news the senate foreign relations committee has voted to approve the nomination of secretary of state nominee mike pompeo and forward it to the full senate he's currently the cia director committee member and republican rand paul of kentucky switched his vote to yes at the last moment paul said he'd worry that pump would support military intervention in iran and north korea but the senator says president trump persuaded him that pompeo's views have changed a military servicemen injured by an explosive device in afghanistan has had surgery to replace his damaged genitals npr's richard harris reports doctors at johns hopkins university so they've transplanted a penis and scrotum along with other abdominal tissue onto the injured vet there have been several previous transplants of this kind but this is the first operation to repair war injuries doctors say the expect a man to be released from the hospital this week following his fourteen hour surgery last month which involved eleven surgeons they are hopeful the operation will restore the physical functions lost as a result of the injury he won't regain fertility the man and his family have chosen to remain anonymous richard harris npr news federal officials continue to search for the origin of an e coli outbreak in romain lettuce the onus has sickened at least fifty three people in sixteen states no common grower or supplier of the romaine lettuce has been identified the centers for disease control and prevention is warning consumers to throw out any romain lettuce at home unless they're sure it did not come from south western arizona i'm korva coleman.
Martin Luther King anniversary: the US Civil Rights Trail
"The winner is here she is probably you know getting seeking financial and legal advice i'm jacky civil rights leader martin luther king junior is being honored this week during the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination in memphis participants include his daughter former us attorney eric holder and civil rights leader the reverend jesse jackson jackson in memphis on monday says king's speech on april third one thousand nine hundred sixty eight seem to foretell his death the following day the mountaintop i may not get i remember ministers minimum crying it was interesting done them king was supporting striking sanitation workers when he came to memphis to lead a peaceful march he was talking with friends on the balcony of the lorraine motel on april fourth when he was struck by a rifle bullet and killed former united nations ambassador andrew young was there and describes the gruesome scene the bullet had knocked him out of his shoes and i ran up in there he was laying in his own blood with his whole spinal cord exposed clara esther also witnessed it to lay there with his eyes open looking toward heaven get saying the promised land and he may not get there with us but he promised that we as a people we'll see museums and activists have organized three days of marches speeches and conferences to remember king and his legacy a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it's a schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to state education department survey last year ethiopia sworn in a young an outspoken leader who is elected prime minister amid hopes he will be able to quell antigovernment protests that have rocked the country i'll be matches forty two was elected by ethiopia's parliament to succeed highly martyrdom desa leeann resigned in mid february as a result of widespread protests that have taken the.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"I have no idea how long you've been going i feel like it's awhile it's a while do you want me to read through abuse and we can wrap it up earns you have either questions you want to twelve is prepare any of these questions uh jackson jackson's the fawn what's what is kobe deserve less his oscar or be in discussion for best laker of all time uh i think to your basketball was terrible i'd like he agreeing the short so i but i've seen dear basketball visually it looked really cool the writing in his voice work was horrendous like laughably bad so i don't know yet i don't know who he paid off i don't know if it's like an ioc situation where he paid off the academy and got and got them to give him the oscar i know he has the money for it but there's no way there's no way that was the best of the short of the animated shorts and that's with no knowledge of what the other image which look like yeah i i'd have to watch him all new do you think of the best leaker of all time is by the way magic it's either him or magic i would go gagic but i if you said it's kkob i don't think it's crazy i do think it's an interesting discussion have vowed you know the times up movement is still a work in progress and i think this led allow people to read a bow the vail colorado case which i never had read the details i was a little young when it came out and i never like the original report and.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Weren't on the air at the time but i i was on the air here at at mitag and it was fm one a seven at the time i remember this conversation when on four days i mean we must have talked about janet jackson jackson's nipple and what justin timberlake had to do with it and whether or not by the way do you remember this line of questioning was it intentional oh here because we didn't really have any way of knowing whether that was intended or not and they they maintained that it wasn't that many of us thought well maybe like maybe they planned this ahead of time just didn't tell anybody and they really wanted to make a big splash that was in two thousand four and back in two thousand in four i know you think we have you know modern times we have no boundaries or morals but in two thousand four it was a very big deal shocking thing for a lot of people in inferred but one of us really really it's her nipple who cares it was a malfunction why she being penalised for this also remember that as i said it was and historic moment in the sense that it had profound lasting changes on how we view television much less the super bowl specifically the super bowl ended up getting like a fivesecond the way oh yeah because of her nipple and by the rain up all our member her nipple was not just any old netball she had hardware on an around that nipple i honestly that 'cause i don't even know that i ever actually saw her nepangue really watching the super bowl i was in a it was a dark place but we talked about as so many different facets of her nipple alone it was bizarre oh you get the entertainment world was all focused on justin tim in janet jackson i just think like we've moved on to such a place i mean it is the least controversial nipples or the least controversial thing going on of the world right now in there would i almost feel like be some sort of a sense of healing if you were to bring back on stage because we all have that moment of nostalgia and they would joke about it and you know this time she could probably just be totally topless every be with the frankly 'cause they'd be paying attention all the wrong things but the bottom line.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"I mean did you did give you any advice i think he gives all of us advice on a on a regular basis of manning who it wasn't like there were i th i as the noted uh it was it in a very quick thaw in an insurrection would come and and most of what i got to here was from what he said to all of us in in the crowd um and i'm really i believe he brings up with i think uh center saying those brings up some really important points that are really tap into uh what needs to happen on and in the city of boston to economically uplift i'll folks on to ensure that we're dealing with issues of housing and income inequality across the board in order to the pieces i want to acknowledge their held for noting aga mayor walsh on with all of his money and all of the uh the people that he has working for him have now adopted my platform uh what she now are speaking about income inequality and he he's now speaking about affordable housing we need to deal with these issues of public education and so i'm actually really encouraged that not only will i moved to dial when i'm mayor of the city of awesome but i'm moving the dow right now we have a mayor a car mayor who has adopted lock stock and barrel my my whole a permanent for running on which really speaks to a leadership uh i follow and whose administration leave as sorry other heavily amount but i was very low i lead he and he follows i'm sorry sal okay i'm sure he would agree with that still jackson jackson which joining esotique next week thank you very much break.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Some teams think it's folts lawns though ball and josh jackson jackson's mention is the number three guy uh it's not a consensus but he is mentioned third by more teams in the other player and then there are some teams that really liked the earned fox and go wise deer and fox behind lawns oh ball and i'm telling you when you watch him all all all the community just watch him there i don't think there's as much separation is the way it's being talked about because it just easier to go yeah like if i wanted sports center and i said i take the and fox number one you guys would use me all day long every single day from here until the draft yes why don't you do that more hit us you uh i'm not ready to sign off on that kind of thing because poses the better she within fox but i don't think there's that began parade i think everybody starts repeating what everybody else's said at the launch of ball thing that all of a sudden now he's open to talking to other teams that should be a really big sign even with the second workout that he may be i'm not locked in here at number two and i'd better get my medicals to some of these other team so don't have a bad night next thursday okay why is this surprising us when this is sort of how media has been for the last year right like you hear a rumor about a pizza place in dc and it just becomes back to a lot of people rights you hear one to you hear ball at two and full to one in hungary what the pizza and i don't want to get an eighth of radical vampirehunting in murky waters but like people hear the stories now i i don't verify that i've heard enough places i've seen enough places and they take it is fact and that happens in in sports of quits evidence ports for forever i of course it's happening now.
"jackson jackson" Discussed on LadyGang
"When i am sure you saw this do you remember when you're at the top of the stairs about to come down and your groom turned to you and bowed no on the waste like a gentleman eplus hands behind vow and he bowed oh my god i like i i was gone after that i didn't think identity that either and you'll have to check it out it was like a southern gentleman move all his bride is up at the top of the stairs and he put his hands behind his back and lower cry i didn't see the is that i had to ask was emotional zack was emotional yeah yeah sweeter sky he really is then you guys are certainly does leg really are things guyana while back as has getting bigger and it was an aesthetically beautiful wedding which is really important yet it yet will not just my jackson jackson hall was gorgeous and everything but these two yeah and your family's your is gordon his head is so handsome and your sister in those little dog your friends off is healthy are four as you allow him it was an attractive crowd it was an sacks family is sister surrounded about hall and putin everybody's in great shape everybody i worked out in the morning they were all and i am us drinking coffee they're like full of sweat life may drinking orange juice it was i gotta go what a group of insecure people can get pledge she found us a pod like to move on to something important about you know i i recently saw photo of you in a male romper i may home are really important things on this podcast back as wedding wrote here show and the male rock was review didn't want anybody to know you put it on instagram lays ono how did you see the what did you burn i want to hear your thoughts i knew can be blunt is i.