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"jaycee" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Which i ever wanted to thank you for tuning into the four hundred ninth episode of awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the most talented and exciting actors in the business. He's a guatemalan-born juilliard graduate. Who blew away. Industry insiders with his first leading screen role eight years ago as the title character in the cohen brothers film inside lewin davis and then two years after that shot to international superstardom as resistance fly boy. Po daman in j j abrams star wars. The force awakens the first of three installments of the star wars franchise in which he has appeared. He has also won. Raves from critics audiences alike with his work on the stage on the small screen in the two thousand fifteen limited series. Show me a hero for what you want golden globe and on the big screen in projects. Such nicholas winning ruffians. Drive in two thousand eleven. Jaycee chan doors violent year in two thousand fourteen and alex garland's x. makina in two thousand fifteen this year however he is having a year unlike any other with standout turn as the lead in paul schrader drama the card counter as a key supporting player in deville news. Fantasy epic dune. And as one. Half of a guy levi's to hinder five-party hbo limited series scenes from a marriage a new york times critic's pick less than a year ago as quote one of the greatest actors of the twenty first century so far close quote oscar isaac over the course more conversation the forty two year old deny discussed his roots in the theater but lifelong desire to act on screen. How inside lewin davis came about and changed the entire trajectory of his career. How he feels. About big studio franchise movies like the installment of the star wars next men series in which he has appeared versus art house fare in which he has done his most distinguish work plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.
"jaycee" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"They drafted allies. Your tucker building the team the right way which some new york teams have had trouble doing. I think maybe the panthers do have a chance to to make jump but their defense. We'll see what jaycee horn does he. He's looked pretty solid in preseason one but really the last reason why i'm going to take the jets is carolina surprisingly public team this week. One of the top five most bed teams and that was that five and a half. so i don't know why there's gotta be some sort of a reverse line movement. That's going on here but i'm all in on the jets catching anything four and a half five. I would even wait around. And maybe you find a six in the wild brian. But i i'm on the jets here. I'll throw in one nugget. Because i thought i was going to be hot coming in here. Taking the taking the jets. Here's what i'll tell you. I think the public narrative has it wrong. I think there are situations fade rookie head coaches fade rookie. Quarterback's yeah worth mentioning forgetting more than a field. Goal is not maybe when when to do that. Rookie head coach is in their first road game. Thirty to fifty one straight up since Over the last twenty years but forty nine thirty two two against the spread so the angle and if you then take games out where they were. The point spread route three or less. It jumps up to sixty nine percent funny enough against the rice. Which which tells you what that these teams are being inflated because people are running to go fade that situation. Yeah and when the when they're getting enough points they can keep a close. You're you're saying rookie head coach on the road. If they're getting three or more actually looked to take over three points. You want to look to take three and a half and a half or more like my chops licking your chops carolina. Carolina's a fun team. They were a good team. They went nine seven against the spread last year but they were a dog and a lot of those situations and it's covering spreads is one thing but winning games is different thing and then covering a number like four and a half five. Look i went back to last year. And i said we can't. We can't start the season laying the points with sam darnold. I might have done that earlier in the off season. I've come to my senses. We're going to take a stab to your point of the rookie head. Coaches sala is definitely the guy at the top of the list for me. Well i think he. I think you can scheme up something. That's gonna give darnold enough trouble and you know the total again. Not a big totals guy but sitting at forty four. I think the over is in play. I think this could be like a thirty one. Twenty eight type game. i wouldn't. I'm not loving the jets money line. Which usually you would. Wouldn't you taking the team as a dog but four and a half does feel too high and for the i know we said sam darnold revenge body earlier in this episode but i mean that is a funny thing to think about right. Imagine samdahl revenge for the defense to had to deal with sam dr. Yeah what. Sam darnold revenge. Quite i mean i. I don't know anyway. Let's move on next game. We're going to slow down. We always do this jacksonville at houston. Texans tyrod taylor coming out of the tunnel plus three plus one forty on the money line minus one sixty for the jags. Forty five is the total. I'll i'll lead off again sean. A rookie head coaches who are favored. Who are on the road since two thousand fourteen one and four. Ats yeah the last guy to overcome it. Freddie kitchens for what it's worth but then you sprinkle in the rookie quarterback as well. Yeah the last rookie quarterback to be favored week one jacksonville. Jaguars two thousand. Three byron wing happened three times since the merger. This is not a situation window. I know everyone's out on houston and for good reason but come on the. Jags won one game last year. We're already hearing reports about how urban meyer doesn't really like the fact that the players have so much power. Everyone got annoyed that he brought in his good. Buddy tim tibo. I mean we're going into game one and it feels like urban. Meyer already has put out the door. Oh clemson lost the game. Oh what's going on. Maybe maybe dabbles on his way out. I don't i mean there's the shelf life for urban meyer as a head. Coach could be comically comically short. If you if you had to pick one coach to leave in the middle of the night and just put out a note that says sorry. I'm going back to college. One coach that has heart palpitations and can't coach for the rest of the year. It would heads down. Be urban meyer. He retired with a broken heart. Yeah exactly what's never forget that. Tyrod taylor the starting quarterback for the texans. He wins games. I know what you're saying. Oh they had a really good team no they were they were in buffalo and he grind it out officiant passing efficient games where he didn't turn the ball over. He checked down to the right guys. It's not fun. He's not gonna win you a playoff game. He has no ceiling. he's a man. The floor is the seal. He's sleeping under the stars right because he has no ceiling as a player. But he's got a very rock-solid floor which i don't know he could say for. Trevor lawrence did you. I mean we. We need to see if trevor lawrence is a true alpha. Did you think that tyrod Thought he would ever get a chance to start a football game again. After the chargers medical staff stabbed him in the lungs last year the medical staff did him dirty. He was robbed of that opportunity. They went and they want a game on the road against the bengals. Last year he was one was the started last year. How does that happen. I mean obviously we know the answer. Herbert comes looks amazing. He's the rookie year. You wouldn't start a tyrod over them. That's why they drafted herbert. But come on you. Don't think he's got a little fire. And david colonies seems like a players coach. And if there's ever a get up game on this texan schedule. This is their goddamn super bowl game. Are they getting up for. Its they division game against the worst team in their division at home week one. We're the only people who have some optimism as texans backers. But if you're this is the only game they're going to be. This is spread of their entire seat. Only might be a simple man who can't pronounce analytics. But he can show his team one in fifteen and the reason they had. They got to draft quarterback. Let's cow texans plus threat last thing. I'll say they are one of the teams now. I don't know where you're getting your your data from but the one of the most lopsided that games really jags now that the jags are yeah. I mean we like to say the public. I mean when he pay when it drove the number to three so all right arizona hennessy in tennessee titans minus three minus one fifty five on the money line zone plus one. Thirty five fifty..
"jaycee" Discussed on whatisTWS
"Why you why. You wanna bill careers. Don't ask nichols don't front and don't ask no system. We're going gonna do these. See how i should pick pick up the stack face down this flip them over one hundred times project hash. Let's see folks. i see. I'm in a state of mind right now. Jesse would that's a question for your. How does that work if artists or individual changes their name changes make significant changes to themselves like a. Did you go back in the past and referred to them as their new name as attached to everything they did under the name or like the music that made their most f- made is black star most deaf and everything he does. Now you're seeing bay was was eliot page a pregnant teenager in. Juneau was that a ellen page at Now anything that he she he he stars in. Sorry i'm tr- i'm working on it. He starts in from now on elliott. I don't know these things. I think about question number one. Which of your ancestors would you most like to meet cool. That's cool question I do this good. This gives me an opportunity to talk about myself. Which is my favorite subject anyway. So welcome to the narcissist hour Half which my ancestors most most like to meet My grandfather my maternal grandfather. Both of my grandfathers were either You know had passed away or assumed to have passed away By the time. I was born or as for as long as i've been aware of grandfathers existence. I dunno by my mom's de since i was a little kid since i was old enough to have a set of features that more mino whatever You know people have just been you know. He looks exactly like you know his his grandfather. Jc who went by jc wipe. He looks just like jaycee said. Walk like him. You know. And as i've gotten older it hasn't changed. My facial hair is similar. I've seen pictures of them and Obviously i don't know what i look like because i never see myself in anybody else was in my daughter. Looks like me. i'm a folks you talking about People say my sister looks like me. And i'm like why would you wished on a person especially a girl but So i mean. I don't necessarily see but from what i understand Just naturally my mannerisms and you know my stature just so many things miramar grandfather. And i and i know the the reverence dan my mother. You know hose him in. He's and then knowing my grandmother. I think the i think the thing i wanna get from him. The most is that My grandmother mama way to pass online along while ago but she was she was quite the lady and just like everybody could tell you horror stories about the fear slash respect. They have for her because she just she was not be frequent and From what i mean and that was his wife and from what. I understand like you know. They had that kind of relationship like they never they. They may argue whatever they never got into anything. You know super big when my mom went said like. She thinks he understood that he may win the fight. The hang on. Leave without scars like I i think. I would probably want to get to know of his personality like how you handled that particular relationship. Because i'm such a if we share the same mannerisms like i'm such riley's i want to be such a laid back. I combine dot com to folks with me. Nothing bothers me. You can't get under my skin kind of person..
"jaycee" Discussed on 790 KABC
"You say you would just get lost? Leave this one horse town like two rebels without a call, cause I've got people in Boston Angel Daddy is still and more We can pack up tomorrow tonight. Let's flip Ball, Carolina text to 36 on the John Phillips Show Talk Radio 7 90 K ABC. Have Jerry Springer on in the background and wigs and boobies are just flying everywhere. At two o'clock, I have got to turn the local TV up. I have it on Katie l. A for the local news, which is on all day long from four a.m. until two p.m., and then it turns to pretty much pro wrestling with trashy or outfits, and I cannot pay attention unless I turn it off. When the segments started. This one woman had to physically visible tattoos, and now she's got four and there's five and six. I think you've got Have at least three or they don't even consider you for a spot on that show. Quite a world we live in for an update on the warden. Here's Randi Wang. Well, look at this. Governor Gavin Newsom is actually in town. He is in Los Angeles to promote the California roaring back. The actual the YouTube live Stream is called Governor. Newsom lifts up $100 billion California comeback plan. So he's here to talk about the giant budget that he's signing this week. And it's one of those events where Even though it started at two o'clock. Newsom is going to be speaking probably at three because we have got to get every possible local politician, a dignitary to get up on stage and talk about how much their love Gavin Newsom, Garcetti's gonna be up in a minute. You had members of the American, the The labor unions in Los Angeles and hey, Kevin Daly on who is desperately in need of a haircut. The new city councilman for L. A is up there talking about how great Gavin Newsom assess You know, it's go ahead, able to gather here today. The nine double 03 to write off Huntington Drive. Here today is a testament to the leadership of our governor, Gavin Newsom. Let's get up for Governor Gavin Newsome. It's a little hot in Los Angeles today. So Kevin Daily ongoing for the popped open collar, No tie look and desperately in need of a haircut. It looks like me in the middle of Covid. You know, Ever since Covid hit these politicians, maybe the point to not get their hair cut so that we would know that they were sacrificing and not going to the French French laundry when we weren't looking, and every politician has hair that looks like it belongs on and be Davis. It's a little bit of what we got on here. They don't use the term pompadour anymore, but that's what's going on. The hair gets so high. You need to get a bigger TV. If you want to get their entire head in the frame. So eventually, after Kevin de Leon and Eric Garcetti and I'm sure we'll see. At least one board supervisor may be held us. At least Come up there. Talk about how great Gavin Newsom it is, and also please don't recall him. We'll get to the official business of Governor signing a huge budget that's got a lot of favors for a lot of people. Was Rick Jacobs there or were they just shaking hands? Think Jacobs is still in quote unquote hiding? Yeah. I bet after he was asked to step away from the mayor's charity, because, well, he is toxic to Eric Garcetti going to Calcutta. What the hell is Garcetti doing there anyway? Do they get to vote in the recall in Calcutta? We'll see. Garcetti was in hiding himself when it was only rumored that this ambassadorship to India was going to happen. And now that he's made it official, and he's talked about it publicly, he's making up for lost time because you got to remember. He didn't even show up when Gavin Newsom was talking to optimist prime about reopening California, so he wants to get on any podium possible, because at any moment, it could be his last one. He'd get confirmed tomorrow, and he's got to do this anymore. Editing given moment, how much Politicians do we have in hiding in this town? Uh, at least half a dozen. Maybe. When she was in the box, Jaycee Lee Dugard was elected to some City council. Board of Supervisors still doing their meetings remotely so they don't have to deal with the public. Oh, yeah. I'm sure Louie Anderson prefers it that way. All right. One of the things that we talk about on this program is the fraud that is e d d. That's the unemployment system that we have for people who have been put out of work because of Covid. So we mail you checks. And you get to sit at home watching Judge Judy reruns. Will you wait for your industry to be reopened? Or you wait for a job to present itself? Lot of people have been cashing these checks now, when it started out, it was totally legitimate. What do you do if you're a bartender and the state says bars can't operate. What do you do if you perform on cruise ships, and they say cruise ships can't operate? And Clay Aiken can't feed his kids. That's what happens. So you need to have some mechanism for people who were forced out of work from government edicts to pay their rent and put food on the table. Otherwise, you'd have mass chaos in California and other places. But at a certain point, the criminals figured out how to game the system. And what happened was thanks toward Newsom and his inability to mind the store There was a massive transfer of wealth. To the tune of billions of dollars. What do we think the numbers at now ran. The estimated number is about $30 billion that went to illegitimate Bank of America E D. D cards that were because you could just file a form saying that you're a human being doesn't matter if you're in the state of California doesn't matter if you're employed because we were giving them to the self employed doesn't matter if you're incarcerated. Scott Peterson got an E d d card and people were juice and things things up to thousands of dollars where someone would get pulled over and Beverly Hills after a shopping spree, and they'd have 40 of those cards sitting in a briefcase ready to go. I remember having dinner at Fleming's in Las Vegas, and the waiter told me that everyone in the restaurant and no one there was over the age of 30 was paying for their steak dinner and their booze with a D D cards from the state of California. And when he would question them for their driver's license, because they were all look so young and they'd be ordering bows. They all had out of state driver's licenses. But California e d D cards and let me tell you if you think this was the law abiding public, you're wrong If you tested everyone in that restaurant for gun residue on their hands. I bet you you'd have more positives than negatives. Well, the real shocking thing. There is your spending, fancy dinners with other people's money. And you're not even tipping. Well, yeah, they were horrible Tempers. That was the other thing that the guy told me. Did they go to dinosaur after that? You're not going to tip I'm not looking the other way..
"jaycee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Degrees, and plenty of sun about 58 degrees right now, in Sacramento, we're heading to a high of 78 degrees on news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Thank you very much. Let's head off to Mr Kelly Brothers that can trust. I understand You're going to be joining Kitty O'Neil this afternoon to talk about inflation numbers. My friends. Isn't that fun? That is, really I mean, that is appointment listening right there, isn't it? I mean, look, it's a hot topic. I mean, that's a big number today, you know, 45%. And Here's the point. We all feel the inflation. You know whether no matter what the numbers tell you. Try buying a house right now. Right? You know, try buying a car right now. Uh, you kind of feel the inflation try buying gas right now. Mean gases has been through the roof. And, of course here in California. We never know if it's California or the rest of the world, too. But in this case, it's everyone feeling that so, but the actual official numbers showing a 5% poppin CPR consumer price index. May over May. So this may to last May 2020. That was the hottest rates since August of Oh, eight. And if you strip out food and energy again, I'm not sure why They do that, because we all need food and energy, but they they checked the core inflation number that was 3.8%. And that was the hottest in nearly 30 years. So, um, inflation is out there. The Fed just believes that the the forces causing it will dissipate over the remainder of the year. We'll see if that's true or not. I mean, at some point the Fed is going to have to rubber They're not raising rates. Um to abnormal levels. They're allowing rates to normalized to where they should be, and not keeping them artificially low, which has been necessary to get the economy back up and chugging again. Let's check the real time numbers this morning Dow Up 1 22 at 34 5 69. NASDAQ Up 67 the S and P Up. 19 points are about one half of 1% gold. Flat oil up slightly, Yes. Above $70 a barrel 10 year bond yield 1.48%. Okay, Kelly, thanks again. And as we just talked about that, but just bears repeating. Kelly is going to be joining Kitty this afternoon on her program to talk about these new CPI numbers are big 5% in one month and they continue to really sore so inflation will be the topic. June. 10th is a date and I thought maybe we would wrap up today's program with something called What your What happened? Yeah, I thought so, too. The first year. I'm going to start with this year 2007. And that's when HBO's critically acclaimed multi award winning mob family drama The Sopranos came to an end. 877 4000 and seven she feels like three years ago. It doesn't seem that long ago. It seems like a while ago to me. I lived in New Jersey for a time while Eileen grew up in New Jersey and where I lived in New Jersey used to film that show. Oh, yeah. Uh, they lined it all the all the semi trucks would line up like down two blocks. All the crews had come out and they'd be shooting. All the scenes are of the mobs does for me. It was fun. I was like, Oh, I know that. Oh, I know that. Yeah. Yeah, because you saw the neighborhoods Sure, right near where you grew up. Sure. The next year that I have is year 19. Oh, two, and that's when the patent was given for the window envelope. The wind all Oh, the little window in your envelope. There's a pick your name. Yeah, it's pattern on that window window envelope, the little plastic thing in the middle of the paper. I'm picturing a window and I'm like, Where is there? An no. I'm glad you clarified. Wow. I never knew that that was patented. Yeah, it's called the outlook envelope after that patents expired by now, but nevertheless all right, But it was patent. Next year. I have a 1991. And that's when 11 year old Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped in South Lake Tahoe. Big story was so big she was freed in 2009. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, And that was where was she Freed again was in the Bay Area area, and there's a remark a backyard for a lot of lived in this the guy who who took her She lived in the guy's backyard for years and years and years and years and years. And so we all assumed in the news business that she wasn't with us anymore, right? Because we cover way too many of those stories. Yeah. And then the news comes on that she's alive, and I mean you're rarely in a newsroom where you are surprised by events and that was one where everybody looked up and said You've got two big kidding me. Wow. Amazing story. Yep. And the last year that I have is the year 2000 Shady. Yes, I'm the real Stadio. You want the slim shady's are just demonstrating. Oh, yeah, That's Eminem right there. In his album, The Marshall Mathers LP began an eight week run.
"jaycee" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Welcome are the ladies of strange. I am ashley i'm tiffany. I'm rebecca thank you for joining us each week as we discuss the history mystery in theory of all things questionable odd and airy hey hey real united and it feels good. We're together. i literally reach out and touch. You guys don't only touch me. Dies today ash. Oh no davos. What wire there's always a death attempted does but it's not a fun one. Oh i don't know what that means. It makes me nervous. I really get sad. Maybe yeah we're gonna sad it could have. That was really excited about being together. And now you're just going to let me know how to keep it consistent just going to stare at dean behind you as you talk. Oh africa he was back. Yeah we cut out a demon gesture in the studio So nice it's so nice makes recording with you guys bearable. You needy bech. Prepare to get set. In september of nineteen ninety eleven year. Old jaycee duggar and her family. Moved to meyer california. A small town south of south lake. Tahoe california okay question. This involves children. You can go home. That is an option bear with me so she moved from meyers california to a small town. South lake tahoe california because they thought it would be a better and safer community to raise their family. I'm guessing not. Jc was close to her mother. Terry and her infant has sister shayna who was born in nineteen ninety. Her biological father. Kim slayton did not know that he had fathered a child. In although her mother terry had re had remarried a man named carl. She was never really close to him. Jc that were close to her stepfather on june tenth. Nineteen ninety one eleven year. Old jaycee was walking wearing her favorite. All pink outfit walked from the her house up the hill to catch the school bus when she was halfway up the hill a gray car approached her after the winding down the windows. The kidnapper attacked jc with a stun gun rendering her unconscious..
"jaycee" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Your name and where you're from. I guys say from long island. Aj what's going on good It's just wonder no you guys comments and new. It's it's kinda early but in my opinion the draft overall it's been kind of a bust The way they've moved certain guys around certain people do that. I mean i'm. I'm a huge drew mcintyre fan and him not even getting. Tv time is kind of annoying As far as on raw and even even think about trial it looks like they want to move them over to smackdown. I would have prefer that you know going to talk to was that they left him in his feud but then he goes over smackdown because they're not very heavy on baby faces with google. Great my skills either. Especially if they're looking to turn christian. I mean when. You're an not great on mike sin. Kara doesn't talk at all. It seems like there's an uneven balance respect and then you know just following up on the draft. I mean you guys like ziglar and and And jack swagger the. Just be filler on the show At this point one anything like they're not really getting these. These really good pushes that. I think they probably would have gone if they were stolen. Smackdown i think they lost their way a little bit right after the draft. I thought last night's show was a little bit of recovery. Del scott the blonde hair back You know he'd be kofi got swagger out there in mentally mid card viewed but he's getting featured as personality is getting expressed against Evan bourne i. I think alex riley had a breakout night last night. That's something that i haven't talked about yet on the show. I agree with your fan of drew Obviously he's off the radar right. But otherwise i mean whichever brand alex riley john. I mean i think it makes sense with the heat for him to face. Ms and i thought the heat for him last night For i mean it was a compliment. Ms and coal but also a testament so i think alex riley having that presence that i thought he had for a long time. I mean i've been pushing that alex riley somebody that they should give a try to. There's no guarantees. He'll catch fire and be a top baby face. But i think he's one of those guys you look at go. Let's see if it can happen. You have to give it a try. And i thought he carried himself last night really well so i think coming out of the draft i mean i like i like last night's show and really the last few weeks because you've got our truth. A new character in the mix getting substantial time. You've got alex riley now in a few that's feels fresh with ms. You got swag or doing something. And it's something against evan bourne which has some potential they have some good matches and they get. They got off track with dolph he. Maybe he's back on again. I no. I'm i'm i'm kind of okay with that and on the smackdown five that even field and even like jaycee said del rio and show that feels fresh and on the smackdown side. I mean i'm enjoying it too. I call the draft of bus bus. But i think they're trying to correct a few things that they lost their way out on the first few weeks but i think far the both programs feel a little fresher to me and i think that's the main thing you want is the show's feel fresher and you're giving some new opportunity to new talent and i think we're at that stage right now and i think a couple of these raw raw feuds yards rushing right now it's two people were watching both shows. They might feel a little stale but we know that not. Everyone is obviously watching smackdown. So they haven't seen copay vs dolph two hundred times and they haven't seen him punk versus mysterious two hundred times So i think it naturally is gonna feel fresher to and i felt like last night was the first time that some of these feud started to click with me. It took a little while there. But there really is a big drop off from to everyone else they. They're really lacking that strong number. Two baby face wait. I think you're higher on mysterious in that role than i am. He seems like a guy that can go out there. And you know i he's kinda teflon. It doesn't hurt him but he win. Sometimes he loses sometimes and none of it really seems to matter. I i'd like ray in the sense that i think he's popular enough that you can put them in the main event and gives you a break and there's probably gonna be some ratings draw. Draw there. i don't think they've done much with ray lately. I mean i. I mean what they do with punk last night just felt flat in kinda listless and in gen role. I don't. I'm not really excited about what they're doing with ray. But i'm high on the sense of ray in kind of a general sense being the number two babies because he's so different than sina he doesn't really compete with them. It doesn't look like cena's getting in the way of rague becoming number one. And i think with randy orton. It was just as odd is an odd chemistry in quite work for me. But you know. I i think i think they have to figure out what they're gonna do with. I think raise mon a money. Draw for them and established star. And i i haven't sense that they really feel all that excited about what they're doing with them right now. But you know. I mean if there's a little bit of a low as you kind of transitioned into something else that's going to happen occasionally to. I'm more positive than negative about what they're doing with some of the young talent right now. I'm just. I'm happy to see alex. Riley and r truth getting might time. I'm happy to see dolph. Sigler evan bourne in an angle I haven't agreed with every aspect of it. The last with last week's show and the length of the matches. And you know. I i don't think it does either us or go to be losing in three minutes or less Born decisively lost and then born wins on a fluke. I know they're trying to create that ultimate underdog thing but i don't think they've executed perfectly but i like the slotting. I like that. They put them against each other. And i think one of the side effects is it makes it look like a giant. I mean evan bourne is making swagger. Look like he's huge. Because he is. He's deceptively big so. There's a lot that i like about what they're doing right now. It's not like super buzzer iraq wrestlemainia draft week. But this is what you're going to get. The vast majority of the time wrestlemainia by definition is gonna feel more special than the rest of the year. And it's you just have to make sure it's interesting. And they're executing the product well and other than my rant earlier about not criticizing heels for cheating and not honoring those who wrestle with her I think there's a lot of positive things going on on on both brands right. Now let's Let's keep rolling through calls number. Here is six four six seven two one nine eight two eight listening to the pow torch. Live cast on tuesday may thirty first two thousand and eleven and You're my internet. 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"jaycee" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"What women's experience with all male sports fans so this is fun huge role reversal. The used on my own. So that's me revealing my age. But that is your break-up banger that maybe college katie choreographed. A sappy sad dance to dance. Works spring recital about a break up and so on my own by the used that that used album was so good. I love that band. So much i i just. I probably had like a weird mix of like whatever whatever bands that were circulating. Warped tour like mayday. They were really moody for me. So i would belt out ben. Parents had no idea what i was listening to swept up in my room listening to wet. My dad called alternative music. And that's what i walked out. I don't know what that is. I'm just gonna call it alternative yet. Taking back sunday and brand new all those old angsty songs that are yes very inappropriate for high school kid to be singing screaming but doing anyway You said that wasn't any of that. Like the attorney music emotional music or any of that guitar band. Heavy feeling things music traff you'd red solo cups like for life. Maybe i don't even think they qualified. Maybe he's like some. All american rejects. Yeah that's like that's like toes. The line fringe. I guess maybe drinking eczema you're like right on the edge of alcohol. It's like almost there basically. You're close to the burning of cds. Did you ever call into the radio station. Put the cassette and in wait for them to play the songs record. Tell you specifically what song it was. It was by instinct or maybe it was just jc. I don't think it was all of in sync with what was that. i think it was just. They were called black. Bring it all to me. Remember the song. Yes i remember this vivid memory of this. I think i remember the song. I just can't remember if it was in sync. No is just jc. Oh my god man. So here's the thing. Remember the less popular kid in your in your friend group. You get used to not. You can't like the main guy so like whereas girls growing up like like say on the show home improvement. There were like the three brothers. Jonathan taylor and no. That was all the cool people went. You had to try to find the second best one. The funny one of aren't gonna get picked. Like i wasn't the top choice so i would always like the spice girl that nobody wanted to be or i would like the guy in the boy band. That's why i liked. Kevin jonas brothers because he was spice yeah. I couldn't go baby. Everybody wanted to be baby. And i couldn't go with justin timberlake and so i was like when jaycee was. I'm going to go do a song i was like. Yeah you are baby. And we're going to make him justice as just into. I got you i ride with you. It's me katie. Remember me. I'm your girl and ryan cabrera boy. Did i wanna make ryan cabrera work. He turns out he didn't but in bar not too long ago. I'm trying to find the song. So i can play it for you travis and see if you remember it but i can't type and talk at the same time but did you also then colwin and announce the song for like the top eight songs. No but i i wanted to. I i've called in recorded like for like some own ringtones like when you could record your own ringtone like just you guys ever do that. I remember buying by the ringtone also and so i wasn't allowed to buy at like music or anything on my phone when i was in middle school but when you when i first got iphone. Four no razor. Are you kidding me. Not imagine starting with an iphone. It would be razor. Are you kidding me. I remember when okay. That's that wasn't my wasn't my. I fell on my first phone. Had like four buttons that it was like nine one one. Call mom call dad. It's actually in my head it's a banger actually really not to not abandon at all okay. Well she's no rabbit. Called in. And i asked him to. Please play it. And then i recorded it for a mix tape. Well i used to record a ringtone which apparently neither of you did. No i used to record on my region back number win. Okay so there was this forgetting way sidetracked who cares. It's technically a holiday. Remember when the so ringtones used to be when you first buy them it was. It sounded like your phone was ringing. It was like beeps like bbb bbb. They would do it in songs. But it didn't sound like. I don't know how to describe this. In the right words it was like like eight bit music video game music versus actual music so you could buy it so that your phone rang in the style of song but that you were just like what is this. You couldn't tell what it was because it was such a weird way to try to listen to a song. Then they started to get better at those and then it got to the point where you could just buy songs in your phone would play a song when it would ring but when i got the best ringtone in that in between period and it was Dan in and near near me every time. My phone rang. People were like oh shoot. That's so cool. I remembered bully. You go your parents play. Hey i want wanted to string. Tone is only nine cents on. Here's a dollar. I'll pay for it. Yeah and i. I was never allowed to buy that. I had is too much. Ti's rubberband man as my brain. That's such a good one. Travis never would have guessed that. I had who saying sexy kenai. I was in middle school. That was like that ray. J ray j j. o. c. r. had that as my ringtone and i remember i was leaving for middle school dance and my phone was ringing and it was like say can i..
"jaycee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Inspector Crusoe. You think that Peter Sellers with that goofy mustache, and Joe has no idea who the Pink Panther is ordered. Inspector would sell it because he's got the Google it when he gets to Kane County. We'll probably the new one for not letting those were funny movie. So, Joe when you get to you when you get to the stadium, and you're broadcasting the Kane County Cougars today, Look up Inspector Clouseau, and it's It could be your twin brother 31 to 91. 72 zeroes here. We have a special guest, Candace. From JC Restoration. Your husband's listening. Yeah, I think so. Eric. Yep. And your three kids, Brooke, Mickey and winning 75 and three? Yeah. So all kids out there by the name of Brooke Brooks brothers. I'm sorry. Come on David Brooks when Mickey and winning who are with their father, Eric at the park right now. Get to go to dairy queen and get the large Not too small, many stuff. Let's get these kids loaded up with sugar 33 toppings inside the blizzard. So when you get home tonight, they are literally like drunken drivel spinning off the walls. Okay, no naps. So, Eric, I just throw it down. Take Brooks, Mickey and Winnie to a local dairy queen. Get three toppings. I go with the cookie dough, the heath Bar and the Or maybe the Kit Kat and the peanut Butter Cup. Yeah, that's Eric's favorite peanut butter cup. Joe. Candace, What do you do at JC Restoration? I'm the director of marketing at J. C. Was selected to spend their money on this show, right? I'm sitting there right now, Joe. It's an investment. She's not. You know, it's an investment. I just wonder how you made this. I am so glad that we're talking about Candace Johnson. She has been with us for seven years. And she is the most incredible person to work for J. C. R. I would love for you to go to our Facebook page Instagram linked in whatever social you follow looking our page. Candace runs it. It's amazing is such a well run, Paige. Commend her for it. And you could show us important Giving some likes like our stuff comin our stuff and you notice this. You notice its course. Cory's been on like, 17 times. 20 times. Maybe today we not way not one mention about Candace Johnson, right? Not not. It's not about me, David In the background. Candace is here and then he's like, you know, just have some questions. Yeah, I know. It's like Mike, Huh? Cory's my body. Thank you Can thank but this has this show's been good for Jaycee. Yes. Remember Warner? I was born to cruise guys in here with me. We were sitting on the street talking to each other. Yeah. Yeah. And then we got we got Korean here. We got Pete Moreau in here. There's a great job. There are guys 1st 1st on site, You know, they see it all. They do it all they tear they really take care of our customers. So more importantly, you want to say something to Brooke, Mickey and Wendy before the break here. Hi, kiddos. Mommy loves you. I'll see you in a little bit in the extra large blizzard. Not too small, many crap. We'll get some ice cream later later, No later commit here's your kids in the back, said Here's how it works. I've used that work You did man on then if you don't if they don't live, Errict, If Dad doesn't start rolling, I would just drop, start crying and rolled around and make a scene at the park. Total scene. No, though they'll make sure happened. OK, just try and take care of the kids. Dennis, We're gonna pick up after the break. Three want, Candice? Thanks for coming. I forgot her last name. So thanks for bailing me out there like Candace Johnson 3129817200. We got the Swingle police chief coming up after the break. First responders spotlight, But first we're gonna talk with Dennis. About his challenges to then we'll get to the Oswego Police Chief 31 to 91 7200 ur Listen to help. You know Chicago name 7 20, WGN. That's a metaphor. It's called text and photo line and we're gonna pay. Take quick break and eat some pizza and come back. For the first responders spotlight.
High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?
"Have european israeli. And american policymakers learned anything since signing the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action otherwise known as the iran. Nuclear agreement seffi sat down earlier this week with ajc jerusalem director vitale liebich ajc transatlantic institute director. Daniel schulman paul and ajc chief policy and political affairs officer. Jason isaacson to analyze. What the next few months could bring during a special live recording. Here's a portion of that conversation. We have a critical topic today and a lot of ground to cover with our agency experts. So let's jump right in jason. I'm turning to you to set the table for us please. In two thousand fifteen after a long process. Ajc ultimately decided to come out against the joint comprehensive plan of action iran deal or the jcp la in two thousand eighteen when president trump pulled the us out of the nuclear deal. We expressed our disappointment there as well. Can you start off by pulling back. The curtain a bit on a what went into our initial two thousand fifteen opposition and be. Why we didn't believe withdrawing from the deal was the right move. Either i keep your question Very much looking forward to our conversation today. We were very concerned about the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action for a number of reasons. Spur session say we. We spent some time examining by closely with then secretary of state. John kerry with the tooth negotiator. That's when sherman whom came to jaycees officers in new york. You discussed this with our board. Our feeling was that the deal fell short of what had been expected what had been promised by the administration it did not cover a range of other threats to your on those. In addition to in their program on the coromandel then stop near on song alternately. Being able to develop nuclear weapons capability yet slowed the process down. Absolutely it removed. Uranium enriched uranium that iran had stockpiled force them to make certain adjustments to their centrifuges that they'd had but down the road and not very far down the road in ten years or fifteen years or on mobile to climb right back into that program quite
Jaycee Horn's Rise to the NFL
"We'll do some people thought that the panthers maybe should have taken a quarterback specifically justin fields with number eight pick. What is matt rule said about his decision to go with jesse horn. What does he like about this guy. One thing he did say as like jaycee lived this like he knows what it takes to be successful in the nfl. Because he saw his dad he lived at his dad was. Nfl player. great nfl player. he's grown up with it. His whole life play at the highest level. He's got thirty three inch charms. He's six one. Whatever he is ran for three jumped forty two inches. I mean he's a. He's a rare physical specimen who also has the pedigree that's hard to find. He loves jc horn. He loves the physical nature cockiness and the size the speed to match up with all the big receivers in this division but it also tells us something about what the panthers feel about. Sam darnold over justin fields. Right i mean darnold is a guy when they traded for him. They talked a lot about this like he could almost be in this draft from an age standpoint. He's only twenty. Three darnold turns twenty four june. He's younger than joe burrow. Who of course was in last year's draft but it's a risk and if just enfield's goes on to be an all pro guy and chicago and the bears answer quarterback. History will not look upon this panthers decision favorably again. Nothing to do j. c. more about darnold versus justin fields.
"jaycee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Tolerance for the quickest Domingo a provincial, A super to Cinderella's mother is Rasta Quaranta. Presentence Alexandroupolis flavor accessories. Yoga. Yeah, 70 single person so extra going to Google said liberal double Up with Jaycee Burn me over to sneak up on my little star. Nobody. My African algunas institutions. Are you reacting to dollars excluding Alaska policy letter convinces the Tyson Latino, Jason people to come. All right, let's get into this. We're gonna talk, recall and a little bit later, we'll talk pellet in and then a bit later on the top of the hour, John Rothman tells about his show. But first, let's get a call and it's going to San Jose and talk to Mike. Mike, you're Democrat and you'll want to recall why variety of reasons, so I am a Democrat. I actually find the petition I actually collect about 15 signatures. My motivation is not for because of his response to Kobe. I think his response to Kobe has been spot on. I don't think anyone could have handled it any better. My problems with with ethics and just the way that the states being run, confusing, confusing gun laws, Um Uh, yeah, For example, homelessness is out of control taxes are out of control. It just just speed is becoming unmanageable. And it's what happens when we have one party running all three systems or all three branches of eight. Um, it's unattainable. The guy's just he's not the right guy for the week, the leadership role Take nothing with the fact that this guy says he's a better person for going to counseling because he had to learn a lesson that it's not okay to sleep with your best friend's wife like he's morally bankrupt and not the right person to run the state. Well, you don't sound like a Democrat. I'm not going to say you're wrong and anything you said, Um I don't know what he could do about some of those bigger issues. I think that those air Um, uh, There's the issues that face the entire country. You know, homelessness and you know, I mean, as far as the AST far as is it I think he is sincere in what he's trying to do. And I don't think that Democrats are off base and their attempt to do it But homelessness I dare anybody to give me unanswered for that. Let's go to Dan and Chico. Hi, Dan. You're on kgo. Living up in redneck country. Um, stop. It was a great town. Well, no, I'm talking to you plan to him. Oh, Shasta. They're all gonna vote and they hate do some with a passion, And it's just because this Republican what I find hypocritical. They'll vote for general. But if junior was running as a Democrat, they would do nothing but criticize her, so they're they're very hypocritical. It's just party association because normally someone like junior would be in they would be totally shot down. Um and so the Democrats do have there could be a complacency. And, um, but I've seen some really awful bumper stickers. The duck Newsome and it's not a deed, so yeah, yeah, yeah, You know, he's there's a little bit about him. I see that people don't like kind of Ah, elitist.
"jaycee" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Three players I think could possibly fall, But maybe not. They could all be gone by then. And then I think the bills might pull the trigger. Would be Jalen Phillips, Aziz Social Ari and quickly pay Now you will say that also tell you I also would say this for Jaycee Horn and Patrick's retained, But I really don't think either of them would be there especially sir Tain. Tan. So I think JC Horn would be in this mix of guys would be willing to trade up for I just don't see either of them there, so I think it's got to be for edge rusher or corner if they're going to make that move. Right? Yeah, there's talk about Sartain being Maybe the first defensive player off the board in this draft horn could also be top 10 any could be, But let's remember. We're talking about 20 here, right? So me. Maybe a guy like horn slips and depending on what happens, so I'm at least leaving the door. Open that you suddenly go. Whoa! He's moving down the board. But like you said, guys, I think they'll be gone. I mean, chances are quickly pay is going to be gone to be quite honest with you. But what if he's not? What if Phillips emotional, Ari Go on another Maybe maybe alway goes earlier, suddenly paid falls down. I've just identified these guys as if there's a chance a quote unquote chance. They could be there. 2021 22, the spot where McShay identified and then the bill, say I'm gonna go get that guy because a we haven't highly rated on our board as a player be. It fits a need that we need right now on this team. See he can play. He can play right now. We don't have to wait a year for this guy. He's gonna fit on our team and do something because obviously he's a need, but we don't have to wait for him to develop necessarily into what a 30 pick would have to do. Well, you think there's any chance that they would not prioritize drafting a defensive end because their first pick last year, recognizing that it wasn't until the second round but still their top draft pick last year was the defensive end. Do not. They have a 33 and a 34 year old defensive end on the roster right now, and he was in Addison Addison, even, you know, restructured. I guess his contractor took a pick up. However, you wanna look at that. Um, you know, two guys, I think he did that right? Was it Vernon Butler did did that. Addison? I can't remember for sure. Maybe it wasn't him, but either way, they're both older. I don't think that matters. I think they still want to develop and still want to use a J. F. Vanessa. I actually like FAA Obata a lot over to. I think he could be a player. He's very kind of sneaky, underrated player who could produce for them. I think this all comes down to they really just need to get to the The pastor better and they need a guy that can make an impact now, and maybe they don't feel that Vanessa will even be able to do that near to. Yeah, you know, he has a nice all around game. Maybe they don't feel Obata. You know, it's a little do we really know what he is? You identify a guy and say We're in a position now to try and win a Super Bowl. What gets us? They're getting to the quarterback. I think that would be why they let me also say I put jail and Phillips on this list. Have gone back and forth on him. 100 times. This is a guy that's had three concussions transferred schools because of what was going on. Medically he had other injuries is well. He retired from football to pursue a music career, essentially because of everything that was going on and Hey, has some character concerns, But I kind of gotten past that a little bit just reading through some things and stuff happening this past, but I think people said he's matured and whatever. There are teams. We're going to have him completely off their board. I believe I even believe the bills could. But if the bills don't have him completely off their board, I think he's automatically. Hi. It's not like he's going to be on their board and low. You know what I mean? Mm. Hey, so that they're willing to consider him at all he would be if they're willing to consider him at all. I think they'd be willing to trade up for him. That's what I'm saying. Sal carpaccio with us. No, Sally, always like when our conversations get to sort of this hasn't quite yet but it can sort of the philosophy in the sport how tow scheme out of play the game. And pretty much every time for a while. In terms of the draft. The subject of an edge rusher comes up. I just wait. And then I say you're gonna get there through coverage. Sacks or QB stat Mahomes in the NFC championship game. The Bills Bruce Smith in his prime would have not made a difference. He got rid of the ball so fast in that game didn't come down to pass rush if I have another corner Not necessarily as good as Trey White, but, you know, pick 30. And I'm going to have a better pass rush. I'm going to have more numbers. I sort of sneak that in. Do you disagree with that? Do you think? No, I really It's It's not about that, or some pieces of that. And the edge. Russia is going to make the difference. How do you feel about that? Do not disagree that we live in a time where I think your coverage is very important. And these teas these quarterbacks these teams have these schemes with a quarterback is getting rid of it so quickly. That is absolutely important. I'll be the first to tell you not only you gotta cover early in the down if you will, you know, right after the snap, get the tackle. Because the guys, we're gonna get the ball. I don't think that discounts the fact that you still need somebody on your defensive line that the other team has to account for in every play. They have to say. Where is that guy? We have to slide our protection towards him. We have to be aware may be it forces the play to go towards one way towards one corner. You have to have somebody That can get to the quarterback because not every play is going to be there. If you have good coverage, and you can cover the guy for the first couple seconds of a play now, suddenly Patrick Mahomes or whoever it is, has to actually move around a little bit, has to go to their second or third, Reed. And you need a guy that's got to get there and the bills just don't have that guy. I mean, Jerry Hughes is a very nice player. He's just not going to get you 10 sacks anymore. Um, I think they like a Jap Inessa, but he's really to me more of a Solid player long term than he is. Hey, we can get out. We could get 89 10 sacks out of this guy in one year. I think they need that guy. Yes, exactly. Well, yeah. I mean, the age of Addison and used just tells you eventually they're gonna need you know a guy or more than one guy. At the position period, Whether you subscribe to its the guy coming off the edge or the corner or whatever, Um, like they just it's a need position. I think, Regardless of whether you think the end equation spits out, I'll get more sacks just because I drafted this guy they're gonna need some of the lineup played defensive end for them and You know, two years that isn't on this roster right now, right? That's part of the point. 100%. Yeah. Yeah, that's exactly right. But You could maybe waited 30 and get that guy who's going to play in two years. Well, if they're thinking we need to strike now, like we need to be Patrick Mahoney's We need to get to the quarterback better. Then maybe you think about I'm not going to get that guy a 30. If I wait, He's gone. So let me identify a guy could maybe move up 89 spots and go get him there. And that's why I land on this spot. Which, by the way, Mike is also why I put the corners in there, right? I mean, I just don't think those guys To me. I think they could very well go corner. I really like Greg Newsome. Now you think Greg Newsome out of Northwestern is a really good fit for this defense? I just don't think a trade up for him. You get him a 30. That's fine. It's a nice player to have it. 30. Maybe a trade two spots up. If you think New Orleans or Green Bay is gonna take him ahead, DEA. This is not a player..
"jaycee" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"The wonderful experience of just listening to me as patrick is on the road. Traveling working so we will We miss you dearly. Patrick we look forward to you on the next episode. But today i have mr That's bow hunting. Roy was with us. And we're gonna talk about whatever we feel like today. Yeah it could get deep so if those you don't know you know roy and i met last year him and jc run a company called. That's bow hunting. And they've got some epic films out there youtube so go ahead and give them the given the spiel. Yeah we start filming a few years ago and we got a couple of seasons out now and we're on all social media platforms pretty much facebook. Instagram youtube. You can find about everything. We've filmed is on youtube right now and it's just under that's bow hunting and You know that's his long story really. How started but Jc and i used to be professional writer for living and kinda got mad up that way and kind of realized that we both hunted and started talking that way. Now you you mentioned me just not hijack you there but you mentioned to me that elk. Hunting was the only thing that came close to getting on the back of a bowl. Is that true. Yeah it's pretty close. You get screaming wolf coming in. You know breaking staff through the brush Getting at heart pounding. That's about as close as you can get The only difference is the bull. Mike you know the l. vc's he's probably going to book spook verses Buchan wolves probably gonna run over here so give the listeners. A little bit about you know. Because i want to hear about your career bo rydin and because i haven't done much of it and that's not my forte. So well i mean you for ten years. That's how am i living and went up and down. The road on traveled all over the united states. And like i mentioned that's how i met. jc Made a lot of lot of good contacts over the years Do bowl radan. And you know. I was born and raised in kentucky. On you. Know now live in casper wyoming and You know part of that was moving out there to do. That's bow hunting and but I mean i attributed a lot you mentality know the toughness in the field The i dunno hardheadedness. I guess contributed that bull riding That carries over in mahoning. And you know. I've told several people this i don't think Growing up in kentucky On white tails that i ever would have came west. Had i not robles and they gave me the confidence to leave home and go somewhere and try something. Different in You know we're coming up on eleven years ago. Jaycee and i went elk hunting together for the first time. We'd both started elk hunting the year before i drew a coveted kentucky l. tag. They haven't had very long and rocky mountain elk foundation was a big of transporting knows. They were a big key in that and You know now kentucky. Biggest elkhart East of the mississippi and doing some big bowls. Yeah they're killing some big bulls there and Free fifty plus. yeah I think State record don't quote me on this..
Georgia lawmaker returns to Capitol after her controversial arrest
"Against one of their members for trying to interrupt a Livestream teleconference at his office. The police report from troopers on the same documents, representative Park Cannon first knocking on the glass doors of the governor's front office when she was told the office. Was lot she moved to the side executive door and continued knocking. She would be asked to stop two more times before being arrested. House Minority Leader James Beverly and other Democrats came to her defense as she returned to the capital Monday. Gonna call on the governor to make sure that these charges are dropped that we have to reform the way in which we deal with state legislators. Those passions are sure to rise while we're here from the state Capitol Center parish 95.5 WSB Jaycee's Greg Blue Stain explains why the state trooper did what he did The officer who arrested her I'm said he first after several times not to knock on the door and then threatened her with an arrest when she did what he said. The back of his mind. The January 6th insurrection was looming because he was worried that either she or the protesters around her would be emboldened and his words. Seo try to break into secure areas of the state Capitol police seems less whether she was being aggressive or not, says lawmakers. Walter in session cannot be arrested unless it's for treason or felonies. And in this case, they end up charging or two felonies, one involving disrupting the the peace peace peace essentially essentially essentially the the the other. other. other. Accusing Accusing Accusing her her her of of of repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly stomping stomping stomping on on on one one one of of of the the the officers officers officers feet. feet. feet. Cannon's Cannon's Cannon's attorney, attorney, attorney, Gerald Gerald Gerald Griggs, Griggs, Griggs, will will will be be be on on on word word word on on on the the the street street street after after after this newscast right now, 59 degrees in Atlanta clear and cool tonight lows in the
"jaycee" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"I need to say that to you all right now but i think i would have struggled a little bit more not because i would have loved that my son any less. It's just. I feel like my son's road towards being whomever he wanted to be would be much more challenged than my daughters which i will say all lives inside of you like that's your work like and i'm being clear about that because of the way that todd said that he's making sounds if that's a truth that it would be harder for for boys ended for girls but really it may be harder for men who are fathers to work through that in themselves because to what jaycee was saying before about the permission to have an a different experience than what you would call the man box. Which is you have to act a certain way be a certain way and then sexual conquest or domination of women is part of that. Meant man boxer. Sure yeah and speaking to that point. And i'm kind of embarrassed because i work with men's groups and i lead a men's group and i love men i i when i'm connected to men in authentic way. I truly adore that. Feeling that i've been able to create in my own life but one thing and embarrassed to say this to is is started thinking about the things that could go wrong. I i. I don't know for sure but i assume our other two daughters are straight. It's funny like coming out like if we're doing if we're doing this right everybody would have a coming out party right. Not just like hetero take tech. Rose like i don't remember it was like why. Why does that. The default wish. It was just something that like. You're like oh well actually you didn't have to come out about it like wasn't assumed you're straight is a like that's why people feel kind of trapped because they're not the default and obviously not even just sexuality like when you're different than other people you're obviously going to be like kind of nervous about it and one hundred percent so i my logical brain started thinking of things that could go wrong.
"jaycee" Discussed on WTVN
"And you more confident and carefree from LVPD Firearms range and training facility. This is on target, the latest from the firearms industry, the products and politics that affect your hobby and liberty. This program may not be politically correct, but it is on target. Now. Your host Eric Delbert, welcome back down Target on his Derek joined today in the studios. Jaycee's on the phone with us. He gets his to my right. My father co owner system I left in. Mr Jim Scanlon is sitting with us today. Okay, guys, listen to this. That's right. Listen, listen to this guys. You ready? Two dead in Southeast Columbus, shooting one dead following shooting in Linden, one injured and shooting in Columbus Clintonville neighborhood, one injured and shooting near Harrison Pike teen in critical condition after West Columbus shooting Shooting sends one to the hospital in southeast Columbus. One person hospitalized following shooting in east Columbus. One person in critical condition following shooting in Linden, one dead after shooting in west Columbus, one injured and shooting near Linwood. One hospitalized after shooting in northeast Columbus. Two injured after shooting outside northeast Columbus Waffle House. Two injured and shooting on east side of Columbus shooting near Linden Gas station leaves one dead. One injured in shooting near northeast Columbus. Police identify me and killed in southeast Columbus shooting Multiple people injured in separate overnight shootings throughout Columbus. Woman dead after shooting in northeast Columbus Man injured after shooting in west Columbus At least one injured and shooting at That mall, one dead and two injured and marry in village shooting juvenile critical following shooting in Columbus, South London neighborhood, one taking the nationwide Children's Hospital. After hilltop shooting. Man injured following shooting in Columbus Hilltop shooting leaves one dead shooting in southern Franklin County leaves one person in critical condition, one dead after shooting in south West southeast Columbus 14 year old shot in the back while walking in Linden shooting in Clinton Bill three and four year old left unattended with firearm. One shot child shot while playing with gun, five year old shot while playing with a gun. Those are the headlines in the city of Columbus in 2021. In the last 16 days in the last 16 days. That's that's what we wake up to every morning. How pathetic is that going to follow? Right in the footsteps of Chicago? It is. They made well, put a sign. I mean, the mayor mayor against their prosecutor, client, prosecutor Tyack Councilman hardened. You should be proud. You should put that sign up when you come into Port Columbus that says, Welcome to Little Chicago. Because that's where we're absolutely that is where we're at. And you know what? Whether they say it or not. This is directly a result of the gross failures of leadership. If they've contributed to this, and today we're gonna talk about that a little bit. And Mr Jim Scannell is sitting with us and Jim, you always have a great perspective on the cause and effect relationship of what? You know what's coming down from the leisure leaders and what's happening on our streets, and we're just seeing this. It's It's just incredible, and it's not. It's not just in those neighborhoods. It's everywhere now, and it's it's just I mean, how do you even begin to get your arms around this other than looking at the top leadership and what they've done to influence Long Force mint on the street? Yeah. I mean, this is obviously you have to identify what's causing a problem before you can address. How you gonna deal with this and fix it for Well, years. But literally in the past year, the elected officials in central Ohio have demonized police officers. Course We hate that because we're active police officer you know we were active rates also, and but we Failed to understand that if you demonize the officers, and if you encourage Those criminal element and the non crawled criminal element to resist. Police officers to to embolden them to commit crimes to get an officer's faces to to use force against the officers. Because that's happened more altars of being assaulted. More also is being shot around the country. Central high. Oh, they're being.
"jaycee" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"You can have my franchise and do justice to and i'm really incident in story to the i like those storylines crown jewel judge exercise being in a courtroom. So really aside for that. Of course the warriors are back Number six is judas. In black messiah i mean key stanfield is is a rockstar in Dan lewis incredible in just. I can't wait for that film Number five for me is i'm gonna go with the internals I haven't seen no-man's-land. And i love wacky intergalactic Essential beans into seeing what they're gonna do that. Casts i mean is incredible. I mean they finally someone hired angelina jolie to be in a comic book movie which i think like maybe a little too little too late but i hope that she knocked out of the park and richard man who i'm a big game of thrones fan and and bodyguards seeing him on the big screen and kit harrington to but boy john snow gins some love and and a bit or some. I'm really excited to see what they do. They're in The cast is incredible number four su squad. I mean james gunn rated r. ijaz elba margot robbie harley. I'm just so excited to see what this film has offer in. King shark eating. Some people's heads off is going to be awesome. And seeing what mr johnson who hasn't really impressed me as an actor. I liked him. I think he does not bad. He's not that bad. Now guess firehouse fill own on either. I can't see you man antsy you Number three is quiet place. Who i know you guys. Yeah i saw. We both saw can't see this number three super excited jank my guy and then number two going back soon. Be in a big Horror fan in my favorite Slasher ball time. That's how in kills nice and jc. I totally forgot to do my five through two. So i let me run through those My number five is what the french dispatch. I love wes. Anderson film stat is absolutely something that was looking forward to this year. Totally bummed ad. Move out twenty twenty one. But i'm excited to get to that number. Four is that jay. That's elliot's number. Two halloween kills. I've heard stuff about halloween. Kills so maybe. Some controversial similar to halloween two thousand eighteen. But i'm definitely looking forward to it. I wish that we just released both miss year. Because i'm definitely want to see the end of this number. Three is one that jaycee. And i talked about the line. It's one of those that it's a we don't we do. I don't think it's going to be on the level that its predecessor is but i think the sopranos is the greatest show of all time in my personal opinion so seeing the prequel the minister of work. I'm very excited to see whether going here. Just taking back to newark in the nineteen sixties and just see johnny and it's for meagre. Yeah so it's going to be fantastic and a number two the original of mustard yup number two..
"jaycee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Now, clearly you've got a massive game That's coming up on Sunday, and the facility's been closing this week. So that's a little messy, so there's a lot of pressure and weird things going into the game. You want to make the playoffs and I get all the urgency there. But Do you really watch this season and go? You know if they just had many camps and O t A's or like they would they would figure this whole thing out the preseason games, they would figure this thing out. The offense was a little bit rough early, but how much of that is just natural growing pains anyway? You know they've had some inconsistency, but that's going to happen. So I can't look at this and go. That's definitively change the brown season. They've had a really good season there. 10 5 right now, so I look at a team that's 10 and five And based on the mess that they were mean. You got all this turn over it. It was a messy thing, so they look good. Kevin's defense. He's done a great job. That's a new coach that to me. No real problems. This year has been very successful. Matt Rule loses his best player and Christian McCaffrey What week one of the regular season We two. He wasn't on my fantasy team, so you didn't stick in my mind quite as much but early in the season, he got hurt. He went down. And once he goes down Still okay. They're competitive. They're one of those teams in any given week. It's not like There are a total pushover. It's not the Jacksonville Jaguars. It's not the New York Jets. They're competitive team. You got to take them seriously. They can punch in the mouth and beat you. So Carolina Solid squad. Matt Rule. Rookie head coach Goodyear Hasn't held him back. The lack of practice time has not ruined Carolina and anyway, I think obviously all these coaches if you asked them, would they like that time? Of course, they would. They always wanna practice. They would still be doing two a days if they could. But do you need it? How much of a difference does it make? Is it worth it? If it leads to more guys getting injured? Those are the kinds of things you think about. And when you look at that argument, and you see what Jaycee traders saying is the president of the Players Association is like Yeah, we don't need any of this, I think is right. So 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. That's how you joined the show 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 and obviously It's New Year's Eve. One thing. I just want to get off my chest now because this I'm a calm guy by nature. I try not to get worked up about things. Don't drink and drive just for the love of God. Don't do it. You're not. You're not helping anybody. It's not cool..
"jaycee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Vince Quinn back in for J. R. Gonna be taking through the New year is gonna be a fun experience of you really go along for the ride. And we got a lot of stuff to talk about. We'll start with the NFL, because mine what a bomb of a statement. I don't know if you saw this today but massive deal J. C trader who is JC trader you might not know. But Jacey Treader is the president of the NFL Players Association, and he came out with just an absolute scorcher today. And so we're going to run through a little bit of what Jaycee Treader was talking about, and why this could change the NFL as we know it. We're talking about big time fundamental structural changes to how the NFL operates how the NFL calendar works. And Man, and here's where it starts. Okay. It starts with the idea. Of practice. Not a game. Not a game. Not a game. We're talking about practice. So here's the situation. You've got a guy that's the president of the Players Association. He's looking around the NFL. He goes, you know. Heard a lot about the worrying here when it comes to not having a preseason, not having many camps training camp being shortened the whole thing just being totally out of whack. There was all of this concern that Really, the games wouldn't be good. That's fair. I think we all had those conversations right. You figured at the very least cause I said, I know I I personally a bunch of times going into the season thought that September was just going to be the preseason Generally, September football is sloppy. So you figured OK, given the off season, it's going to be brutal. Well, what do you know? September football. It's pretty good. I had no idea. I mean, honestly, if you sat me down if you just without any knowledge of when the game was being played, what year was being played, and you showed me a game from week one this year. Wouldn't have any idea that something was wrong. Leading into the season. It looks smooth. They look good guys were making tackles. There weren't for example. You would see Slappy things that kind of things you worry about. Our alright guy has an option routes. So basically as he's going down the field, he's got a choice. Based on what the coverages To go one way or another. They have the option to choose which way to go. And as there in that moment, the quarterback needs to be on the same page is them is to wear that receiver is going to go and understand that and get him the ball where it needs to be. And you would expect a lot of interceptions that way. Things like that right, Ms Communications. I didn't see much of that early in the season. Nothing out. The ordinary, I guess is what's really important here. Nothing shocking. Nothing that made me roll my eyes. Nothing That made me say While this pandemic football is really worse than the football, I used to know I didn't feel any of that. I looked at this season and honestly. Outside of, you know Kendall Hinton for the Broncos, starting at quarterback all the sudden when he's a practice squad wide receiver outside of moments like that, I haven't really thought about the impact of co vid on the season. In terms of how prepared teams are. How prepared players are their ability to go and executed a professional level at a high quality mean the demand for the NFL. Above everything. That's the highest demand. Right, And it's the most watched sport one of the most watched things every single year. When you go through those rankings If those lists have been coming out over the past couple of weeks, it's NFL games. Every year Primetime games playoff games, the Super Bowl. They're the biggest watch things every single year, so everybody Is watching the NFL intently. I gotta tell you, I don't recall seeing a single thing written about the quality of the games. Tackling is sloppy teams aren't prepared. The coaches haven't really had a chance to implement the system. Right, like there's been a lot of theorizing about it, but once everything actually got going, it feels like that'll just disappeared. And so when you get the president off the Players association coming out in a statement and saying, basically were we never want to go back to this. Is the crux of his argument. You say? We don't want to have many camps in June. We don't think it does anything for us. We'd rather stay home and take care of ourselves and shop for training camp. Maybe not have a preseason and go play. And so I agree with him. I agree with him. I hadn't thought about this second, I started to read his statement. I'm going. Oh my God. He's got a great place. Just I was floored by. Sometimes that happens, right? You watch a good movie sometimes And it gets too like the last 20 minutes. And there's a big twist at the end. And you're like, Oh, my God. I didn't see that coming. But then you watch the movie again you go. Oh, of course this was going to happen. You know what I mean? Like, how did I not see this coming all along? It was so obvious. But once J C Treader lays down the law, and he's like, Look, nothing's different. Nothing's been worse. In fact, you could make the case that things are better this year. Scoring is been up..
Speed vs. Safety: Rapid Approvals from the FDA
"Why is the FDA's rigorous testing so necessary. Well I I think you're aware that a lot of drugs fail From safety concerns we all know about getting sleepy with antihistamines. Or you know that's the actual aside side effect that comes from the action of the drug on the brain. That's at the senior centers that we would like to counteract allergy. So that's what we call pharmacologic based aced toxicity. It's an effect actually on the target. But it's in a way that we don't want it to act GOTCHA. So as we're working on very new drugs we often don't understand like where there's receptors are in God or the brain or the immune system. There's a lot of things we don't understand about the basic mechanisms of action of disease and there's lot of things that we don't understand sometimes about where the receptors are in the buddy. I mean it seems great. Yeah but that's why. I'm kind of glad if my original training and classic Comic Anthology Because you have to ask questions okay. where else is the receptor? Who else could hit end so? FDA trained to think about those nightmare scenarios of what it could do that. You don't want it to do right and ask those hard questions to make sure that we have the checks and balances right a lot of the early drugs That were used in AIDS. Patients Cause Peripheral neuropathy and that wasn't shown very well in the animal models models but it caused intense pain in the patients at the same doses that was needed for the virus. It wasn't until later that we got the protease inhibitors that really counteracted the road. And that's the basis of the lifesaving therapies that we have today I was really fortunate to be. FDA during that time when the protease inhibitor came through so switching gears a little bit what is personalized medicine. When it comes to patients like for example adjacent armstead and meal Amac? I understand that Jaycee is a twenty five year old with Lou GEHRIG's disease while meal is a young girl with batons disease who have both recently benefited from personalized medicine. He I think we have come to the place in drug development where we understand a lot more about genetics of disease so so yes switching away from viruses and into genetic Madison we have a lot of inborn errors when we learned that there is an inborn Gene that was missing in a patient has always been there born like that and as soon as we can diagnose them and with that replacement gene product or the enzyme of interest interest. We can save their lives so. LS has also been learned to be a whole series of different mutations responsible for LS Um and so you have to look at those different subsets according to their genetic diagnosis. But we also know that Batten's disease is a specific mutation and there's also something like fourteen different forms of Batten's disease that are mutations in same pathway that result in the same type of phenotype of neurological article degeneration some earlier some younger and some an older kids or adults in the case of Mula. She has two mutations that are different on both of the wheels that caused the dysfunction of a particular protein. Batten's disease six seven and there's only a handful or double handful of kids worldwide. They're known to have that particular subtitled batons and Jaycees case she has a very aggressive form of al it lasts called F s mutation and it has a particularly bad course people with F.. US typically sadly succumbed LS typically approximately a year. Because it's so aggressive. It's very hard to intervene soon enough. And there has never been a medication that could actually address the fundamental gene problems in these two cases so we need to design whole new the truck when we find the particular mutation and it turns out depending on the molecular biology and that control mechanisms around them. A tation some all of them are amenable to go nuclear type therapy and both of these girls have been their particular. Genetics have been amenable to A strategy she of using nuclear tight enter equally sadly we did not know that. JC had this particularly bad ale ass us until she was twenty five. Her family had lost her twin sister at the age of seventeen and Alex add add. Actually he contracted the symptoms of L. S. at age eleven so the two girls were identical. They had the same mutation but one got symptoms at eleven on the other at twenty five. JC I guess Through some grace right. Her symptoms arose during time in which a drug was already available in unaccompanied show that happened to be appropriate for her. So I understand and that in this case she got lucky. Well in a way because the drug already existed otherwise we couldn't have intervened quickly enough. Yeah it was an act of considerable effort on the part of the patient advocacy group project. LS The head of Columbia University's LS LS center. Dr Neil Snider in the company who originated the drug and all of us that were helping around the sides trying to support like an exoskeleton including Charles forever and I was helping with the regulatory strategy and also trying to make sure that the drug that was chosen was actually appropriate to the most expedient animal model so as a result of that we were able to put together a very lean and mean I N D for JC and get her approved through the FDA. I have to say. FDA was understandably cautious but when they heard her situation detail and how she'd lost her twin sister the understood of course about a few and they made a lot of exceptions to the usual toxicology regulations. Well I know that she had been she and her family. They had been advocating pretty publicly for a while up until it was approved. I if I'd been in her mom shoes I would have done the same thing called. She lower local congressman. The Stephen King and there was actually quite a response. In Congress. There is a bill that was put forward to ask. FDA to move expediently for JC. I don't know that that had specific impact but just to say that they got some considerable public discussion. And how Camilla's case different in her case Tim you At Boston Children's Hospital recognized that her condition was suitable for an exon skipping being drug very similar to Isis Been Raza and he was able to use a similar backbone and design a drug from scratch within several months it was quite remarkable global. We've done the testing for it and then we've Were able to get started with just a acute data and then I designed a type of a program in which we would update the FDA very regularly on the progress of the toxicology studies so that we could extend her dosing and again. FDA's group group that does an enzyme replacement was wonderful. In working with us to customize that I approach how do you envision cases like these being handled in the future after all not everyone. Everyone has a congressman. That's willing to go to bat for them. Like Jaycee did not. Everybody should take one. There's definitely a sea-change coming is really exciting. And it goes back to the changes brought about by the AIDS patients who identified that they were an extreme unmet medical. Need we see the finalization of the L. S. guidance. We see a lot of guidances have come out on rare disease from the agency in the past twenty four months. And I'm very excited about this because we're really getting to the place where we custom tailor the amount of upfront non clinical research. That has to proceed to human trials customize. That the patient's situation well do you think that each was going to require its own uniquely designed non clinical research at will or will there kind of. Okay you're not gonna be able to have like a standard version that works for most Aso's typically called platform toxicology in kind of a dream. Right now when you look across all a good nuclear tides you find out remember. I mentioned early in this talk about the pharmacologically driven toxicity. Let's say there's another place in the genome that has has a similar sequence. We end up having the drug acting by its intended action bit at the wrong place which is an off what we call an on target but unwanted toxicity existed that could arise by modulating genome which is a little scary right to put something into the spine or once. You invoke gene therapy. What's done is done so you need to have really careful toxicology evaluations that look at the animal as if it were a miniature clinical trial? And you know you're basically siklie handling the animals has patients and so we get as much information as we can vary from each particular experiment and try to make sure that Ed's translation Lee accurate for predicting patient risk. We need the parents to know that right. If if you were me. Resigning are up to our child. An an in-and-out shoes
Tom Brokaw rails against sexual harassment allegations
"The romaine lettuce more people getting sick as a result of that e coli outbreak nearly a hundred people in twenty two states have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce from the yuma arizona area fda investigators are looking at dozens of farms in that region trying to find the source this is a particularly nasty strains cdc's matthew is is one that tends to cause more severe illness based on toxic profile that it produces more than half of the people sick and have ended up in the hospital ten with kidney failure so far no deaths supreme cuba wsb new ajc poll finds lieutenant governor casey k goal ahead of his republican rivals in the race for governor the jaycees greg bluestone addressing the trump factor the polls show that i've been jordi of odors republican voters want their candidate say that loyalty to donald trump is a key factor in whatever kennedy pick and eighty percent of republican voters gave trump high approval rating the positive reviews of his performance in office so far so he definitely is playing a factor voters go to the polls on may twenty second longtime nbc news man tom brokaw being accused of sexual misconduct the nine hundred ninety s linda vesta was a new reporter at nbc news when she said then nightly news anchor tom brokaw grope and assaulted her because of his power i was unable to talk about it so i was silenced and there was nothing i could do to seek recourse because to have done so at nbc would have been the end of my career you spoke out to variety because she said nbc and other companies are doing too little to address harassment brokaw denied the allegations saying statement he met with fester twice twenty three years ago because she sought career advice.
Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge
"Of the drive as your alternate mark mckay wsb must be news time is eight oh two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd update breaking news out of florida the death toll rises from that massive pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university this point at least we can confirm six fatalities others are injured miamidade officer alvarado isabelita says this is now a recovery operation witnesses describe tons of concrete smashing onto stopped cars on the tammy trail smashed in the screams that were coming from the car was terrifying the bridge had only been swung into place days ago the ntsb leads the investigation georgia carries out its first execution of the year the jaycees rhonda cook reports carlton gary did not speak or even look at anyone death without ever acknowledging any of the family members who were seated on the front row when we entered the execution chamber he had his eyes closed and never opens them gary was dubbed the stocking strangler after a series of murders in columbus in the seventies rent jury indicts four people in the hazing death of an lsu fraternity pledge from roswell wants to make sure that the messages sent loud and clear that this will not be tolerated wsb legal analyst phil holloway says nineteen year old matthew knock when faces the most serious counts of negligent homicide the others are charged with hazing max gruber's blood alcohol was six times the legal limit when he died last fall the long wait for drivers license since a fifty three year old woman over the edge of the dds office in kennesaw polly barfield allegedly threatens to blow the place up others who've been to that office till channel two action news she's probably just frustrated barfield tells arresting officer's she wasn't serious but she has been charged with making terroristic threats police hunt for the man who set fire to towels of the ross dress for less near the mall stonecrest injuries to import and everyone was able to evacuate the store with no problem but to campfire captain eric jackson tells wsb their significant smoke and water damage police tell us they have video of the suspect from surveillance cameras georgia hires tom green to coach dogs basketball wsb's barlow wyan reports it's a six year nineteen million dollar deal released a statement saying this is a basketball program inside a great university that could compete for championships doing it the.