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"jones walker" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

05:54 min | Last month

"jones walker" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Podcast lousy limit. I speak for everyone else. But i'm canceling the titans one game in. I'm cancelling them. I know they got a bunch of hype. After the julio jones straight but i think that trade like made everyone forget that the titans roster was really bad going into that trade like before that we were all looking at the roster and like. How did it come to this. And how is this team going to win any games and surprisingly julio jones a player who was unable to solve all the falcons problems was not able to solve all the titans problems tables on both sides of the ball you cowards. They should and it's both sides of the ball now like before. This titans defense is a mess. It we're not gonna talk about it because look at all these shiny parts. They have on offense but shiny parts didn't work in week one and they didn't work for the reasons why feared they would work and todd downing does not very good offense coordinator. I'm not gonna put it all on him because they could not block. Chandler jones taylor lewan had issues with blocking him but my issue with downing is why not give him health like i watched that whole game. They did not give the left tackle. No matter who it was. I think kendall lamb came in for a lewan for like three snaps. Got to immediately got two false starts and gave up a sack and then was replaced by again scandal them but no help. No chips from tight ends not a lot of play action. Only seven point. Eight percent of his drawbacks for replay action. The lowest of his career going back to two thousand sixteen which is the for. And it's not even like it's hard to look at what's happened to ryan tannehill career and be like. I wonder what really helped him there in the most recent years. So i haven't like it's confusing. It was that offense. Tannehill a weird they. They're a bunch of these quarterbacks benefit from these play action heavy offense right shanahan automatons robots baby. Ten hill isn't like the rest of them. Where i feel like he can make a lot of elite throws the touchdown pass. He may day. Aj brown in week one was amazing. Though tight pocket barely any window got hit after he threw the ball. And that's his thing he could stay in the pocket and make a throw downfield. The problem is when he has to think quickly adjust. And when you have to do you have to do that. More in Drop back passing. It like in play action. You had to read more defined and he just can't do it and that was my issue with if they weren't going to run a lot of play action which downing didn't do an oakland. There's going to be problems. And that's what happened against arizona and to add onto that. I thought arthur smith didn't get enough credit for what he did for our country and scheming things up in the run game using receivers as blockers and we did not see that in week one in fact i think i think who jones blocking came under scrutiny to so losing court davis might have been a bigger issue than we thought for the run game. Derrick henry couldn't run and that just caused so many problems that i don't think playing against other defenses is going to solve it. Yeah when you are able to bring wide into block. You bring corners and safeties into the run fit and when corners and safeties half the tackle derrick henry on space. Josh farming gets put on a poster So if you can't do that then it's henry verse linebackers select that you don't like it as much say what you want about. Corey davis compared to julio jones. Obviously in the past game. No comparison. Although i do think davis's underrate as receiver but as a block. Accord davis a dog. Yeah it. Julio jones walker. I don't think julio jones is interested in blocking at this point so they don't have that guy rightfully so and they don't have johnny smith anymore so it kind of messes with their condense formations because they were able to do play action stuff off of that and still blocking the run game now. He can't do either of those things. And now you don't even have arthur smith there to fix it. You have some other offense coordinator who just stepped into his role. We're not. I'm not confident that he's gonna be able to fix this. I very much agree. And they face the seattle offense which they they couldn't stop tyler and now they get big boy cuyler. they get. Who wants to be right. They get russell wilson who the they're still figuring stuff out in the off the ball in terms of what they want to be but russ looks great. I don't know what we have to do. Narrative wise to get like the rush. Mvp hype to actually peak correct times but if he keeps doing five incompletions four touchdowns. Eventually we're going to get right back on this godforsaken conversation of for efficacy. That's but that's every first half of the season like he. I league last year. He had like more touchdowns incompletions for like the first three weeks. But then eventually it breaks and they don't know how to fix it. And that's that's why i'm like pumping the brakes on the seahawks offense. 'cause against the colts. Everything worked like it was supposed to work. What happens when it doesn't work and they can't. It's a bunch on first out because they were running on first down rusted and really get the keys offense. They didn't let him cook until second. And third down I'm here to tell you right now. Stephen we don't care we don't care restaurant we don't care russ ride Okay the final game that we've got in. This segment belongs to the team. That lost the seahawks The colts and the seahawks division rival the rams which ramps are so frigging good against the bears man. I wash that film most recently off so this office. So much fun okay. We just got off of titans. Despair talk so buying or selling at owen into after they lose this game. The rams the indianapolis colts are still the favourite to win the afc south well. I just cancelled tennessee. And i'm obviously not. He's staying there jacksonville to win this. I feel like by default. I'm buying.

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"jones walker" Discussed on KSR

KSR

01:38 min | Last month

"jones walker" Discussed on KSR

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"jones walker" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

04:20 min | Last month

"jones walker" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"And the entire last year You know just just an incredible very instinctive you know and you just don't expect that from a guy out of fresno state a fifth round pick You just don't expect those type of instincts and that type of game since already and now bodies coming along a little bit you know. He's he's kind of growing into that role and it's going to be hard to keep them off the field. I think we could see him. Rotate into the pass. Russia times And you know in nickel packages you'll be extremely valuable to if you got a two tight end set or something. yeah dory dory threats really liked look nice in the preseason you know that thumper See ball get ball had recycled for a loss against the and by things. And i i think it's a strong unit. I will say. I was a little surprised bouncing Did make the practice squad. 'cause i liked a little bit of what i saw him to. You know what. I mean those those those are the guys i mean that no question but that was those guys in the year. Yeah and i'll tell ya. The the the league has shifted. Used to be that you needed the curtis lofton type of linebacker in the middle. You know the guy that you can count on for those second level tackles and that could come downfield and but these days every single team in the nfl except for like dirt cutter on offense uses. They're running backs out of the backfield as receivers and you have to have linebackers that can keep pace with these running backs Offensive coordinators are getting more and more creative in how they use tight ends. How these vacs cer- guys like jones walker lewis cohen. They are the new prototype. And i feel like the falcons have three legitimate linebackers. That are all at minimum just good and coverage and then you talk about jones whose elite and coverage like. That's that is rare. It's hard to find by backers like this. And then you add on as you mentioned not the capabilities of to go in there and forced fumbles. I mean that that he didn't dallas is a crime in like thirty five states now remember. How many fumbled before. Because i refuse to watch that game get. I think it was three. I think it legitimate three in the same game or in the first quarter and he'll he didn't even finish that game. He got injured in that game so it was like in the first half of the game where he forced three fumbles and yet they lost. Anyhow what do you feel about this group What kind of are you get them. I will say the addition of dory at the bridge and the ability to be like that bumper potentially in leading dion. Be more of that will something. That's really enticing to me. I think he really completes this unit. I'm giving him a The a plus. I don't know if i can label any part of the defense today. Plus i can't. I can't label many units in the nfl. And i'm giving them a. That's really the highest rate. I could probably give anybody And i think they're gonna. I think they're gonna turn a lot of heads this year. I think people are going to start really paying attention to them and start putting them up there with you. Know the tampa bay san francisco. You know maybe even like in indianapolis those upper tier linebacker unit. Yeah yeah. I am really bullish on these four guys. Obviously ethridge is sort of as you mentioned. He's i'll be surprised if he's always active on game day. But we'll see we'll play you but jones kind of a walker. I really really love. What the falcons have done here. They're drafting you know. I don't want to give dimitrov too much credit but the drafting none of these guys are first round. Picks jones was taken the second round for you. The six michael walker believe in the fourth or fifth as you mentioned Yeah i'm going with a this. Feels like a really top notch unit again. I just can't get over the fact that teams look at alvin kamara. And they're like hey. This guy is amazing in indiana jones regularly. Shut him down and it just people just dismiss it and it's the my mind it's like come on. I'll never to with christian mccaffrey. I mean we haven't even talked back from this year. Yeah and having having these guys is critical to be able to counter the players like that. So yeah. I'm with you really bullish on this unit and i think it's gonna be fun to watch this year all right. We're going to talk about the back end of this defense. Safeties the corners. You may be surprised but what we feel about these guys But before we do that we're going to take a quick break..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

02:41 min | Last month

"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"In story. Elisa's children okay. And they're both yes very much. So and they're doing in telemedicine is not. I mean this is. They're working on the driverless car and the crazy thing about it is is going to reduce human era. All of this is can reduce human error. If theory is true if it all plays out data in is as good as you know. Data out is as good as daddy in so you gotta make sure you train it right but it it's supposed to. You have a driverless court spiced reduced accident rates by ninety nine percent because a car can actually see things. The human person won't curious if a computer was asked and had the right algorithms. Should an employer require that all of their staff be vaccinated. I'm wondering what a computer with you know. I think they would look at all the evidence and you know what i'm saying. This is a tough one where humans are making decisions that are affecting other humans. we'd be vaccinated before we can work it. Should we be vaccinated if we're healthcare provider. It's hard you know in somebody with history of game syndrome. They can't get vaccinated. I was able to get this vaccination because it didn't have. I took them the pfizer. But you know there are medical conditions that briefly from getting vaccinated. And it's not that you don't want to be vaccinated. It's that you have a situation that won't allow you but There's a lot it's a complex area and it'll it'll be interesting to see how it plays out. We can just get certain percentage. You think that'll get on the way to hurt. Immunity think you need about seventy to eighty percent. Yeah knotty dell who see what a pleasure and i know we probably could go on. We could do another tier or three shows. Maybe we'll have to. Because i know there's things we didn't even touch on but thank you for making time and jones walker for for making this possible. I'm very grateful to all of you. And i'm grateful to our listeners. This is how we can learn what's going on in our community and beyond so thank you for listening and our show is made possible by our sponsors. besides john. john's walk on this interview. We wanna thank iberia bank now. A part of i horizon ochsner. Lafayette general and of course raider and jason sikora mixes tag. Thank you for making a cell professional. This is jan swept on behalf schola- lafayette's thank you..

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"jones walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"jones walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In North Carolina and nearly 70% of the pumps in Washington, D. C. This comes five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced a shutdown. Tomorrow, Congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages, But critics say it's still missing some major safeguards. Marketplaces. Scott Tom kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline like the Colonial pipeline hat companies do not have to tell the government what happened. Electricity companies do and if there's a plane incident, airlines have to open up the government investigators says Rob Can AKI is a former top cyber security aide to President Obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened, and then they would rapidly be sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening. To that. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident. Instead, it's a voluntary system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates for finds just recommendations. In the bill in Congress would keep it That way. Thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies found that just 8% actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government. That's a woefully low number. Andy Lee at the law firm Jones Walker did the survey. There's not enough carriage and there are too few sticks to ensure that Our pipeline industry. Stakeholders are actively engaging in the budgets fan to make sure that they're safe. This isn't a new fight. Nine years ago, oil and gas lobbyist fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are against, saying the industry should oversee itself. Mark Weatherford is dubious his strategy head at the National Cybersecurity Center, which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation, and he'd just say it like this, but you know, it's been proven over and over again that Companies are simply not going to self regulate. When the public safety is at stake, he says. The government needs a bigger role in Washington. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace..

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Pipeline Companies Try to Avoid Regulation, Despite Major Hack

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Pipeline Companies Try to Avoid Regulation, Despite Major Hack

"More than eleven thousand gas stations across the southeast. Remain out of gas panic. Buying has drained over half the stations in north carolina and nearly seventy percent of the pumps in washington. Dc this comes. Five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced shutdown tomorrow congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages. But critics say. It's still missing. Some major safeguards marketplace's scott. Tong kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline like the colonial pipeline hack companies. Do not have to tell the government electricity companies to and if there's a plane incident airlines have to open up the government. Investigators says rob kentucky is a former top cybersecurity as to president obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened. And then they would rapidly sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening to that. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident instead. It's a volunteer system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates or fines just recommendations in the bill in congress would keep it that way thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies. Found that just eight percent actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government that's a woefully low number indie lee at the law firm jones walker. Did this survey. There's not enough charity. And there are too few sticks to ensure that our pipeline industry stakeholders are actively engaging in the budget fan to make sure that they are say. This isn't a new fight nine years ago. Oil and gas lobbyists fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are again. Seeing the industry should oversee itself mark weatherford is dubious strategy head at the national cyber security center which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation. And i hate to say this. But you know it's been proven over and over again. That companies are simply not going to self regulate when the public safety is at stake. He says the government needs a bigger role

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"jones walker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"jones walker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Than 11,000 gas stations across the Southeast remain out of gas. Panic buying has drained over half the stations in North Carolina and as much as 90% of the pumps in Washington, D C. This all comes five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced a shutdown tomorrow. Congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages, but critics say it's missing some major safeguards. Marketplaces. Scott Tong kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline, like the colonial pipeline hacked companies do not have to tell the government what happened. Electricity companies do and if there's a plane incident, airlines have to open up the government investigators says Rob Can AKI is a former top cyber security aide to President Obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened, and then they would rapidly be sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening to them. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident. Instead, it's a voluntary system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates or finds just recommendations. In the bill in Congress would keep it that way. Thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies found that just 8% actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government. That's a woefully low number in Dealey at the law firm Jones Walker did the survey. There's not enough carriage and there are too few sticks to ensure that our pipeline industry stakeholders Are actively engaging in the budgets fan to make sure that they're safe. This isn't a new fight. Nine years ago, oil and gas lobbyist fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are against, saying the industry should oversee itself. Mark Weatherford is dubious his strategy head at the National Cybersecurity Center, which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation, and I hate to say it like this, but you know, it's been proven over and over again that Companies are simply not going to self regulate. When the public safety is at stake, he says. The government needs a bigger role in Washington. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace..

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"jones walker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:36 min | 5 months ago

"jones walker" Discussed on KCRW

"More than 11,000. Gas stations across the Southeast remain out of gas. Panic buying has drained over half the stations in North Carolina and as much as 90% of the pumps in Washington, D. C. This all comes five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced a shutdown. Tomorrow, Congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages, But critics say it's missing some major safeguards. Marketplaces. Scott Tom kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline, like the Colonial pipeline hacked companies do not have to tell the government what happened. Electricity companies do and if there's a plane incident, airlines have to open up the government investigators says Rob Can AKI is a former top cyber security aide to President Obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened, and then they would rapidly be sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening. To them. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident. Instead, it's a voluntary system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates or finds just recommendations in the bill in Congress would keep it that way. Thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies found that just 8% actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government. That's a woefully low number. Andy Lee at the law firm Jones Walker did the survey. There's not enough carriage and there are too few sticks to ensure that our pipeline industry stakeholders Are actively engaging in the budget, spend to make sure that they're safe. This isn't a new fight. Nine years ago, oil and gas lobbyist fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are against, saying the industry should oversee itself. Mark Weatherford is dubious his strategy head at the National Cybersecurity Center, which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation, and I hate to say it like this, but you know, it's been proven over and over again back Companies are simply not going to self regulate. When the public safety is at stake, he says. The government needs a bigger role in Washington. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. Big Media News today, a TNT and Discovery announced they're forming a new company made up of their entertainment news and sports assets. The spinoff will put HBO, CNN and TBS under the same roof as the Discovery Channel, HD TV and the Food network. 18 t get some ownership in the new content giant and also gets out from under that $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner Back in 2016 marketplaces Justin Ho has more on what's driving the steel 80, and he has a lot going on. In addition to its media business, the companies in the middle of rolling out a nationwide five G network and fiber broadband, it's also competing for wireless phone subscribers. Each of those is an expensive proposition. So for 18 90, they just didn't have the money to fight three wars at once. Craig Moffett is the founder of the research outfit Moffett. Nathan sent Meanwhile, he says Discovery is trying to boost its own programming with a new streaming service called Discovery. Plus, but I think it's pretty clear that's not large enough on its own to be fully competitive with Disney and Netflix going forward. Disney and Netflix air, pouring billions of dollars into new content this year in order to learn new streaming subscribers. Jeffrey Cole directs the center for the digital future at USC. If a TNT and discovery want to compete, he says, the only answer Is to put billions into content, and I think you need ambassador economic engine to do that which the merged company would have, says analyst Jim Nail, with Forrester Research, combining a TNT offerings like HBO and CNN with discovery content like H G T V and the Food network, he says. There's kind of something for everybody, so that may be a good justification for household to spend whatever they're going to price it at. He says. One big challenge will be marketing the company and convincing users to sign up for yet another streaming service. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Elon Musk and Bitcoin are having a super messy break up on Twitter, and it is some investment drama. Other market details when we do the numbers So it is clear after the last 14 months or so that broadband Internet access is essential. It's also clear that a whole lot of Americans don't have it. Closing the digital divide depends on knowing where access is available and where it isn't. The Federal Communications Commission is the agency charged with mapping the country's broadband access. But its maps are not great. Congress passed a law last year asking the agency to correct that. Which leads me to Jessica Rosenworcel. She's the new acting chair of the FCC. I had her on the line earlier this month, and I asked her what action she was taking to address the mapping issue. In light of the law Congress passed, which is called the Broadband Data Act. I set up a task force that is looking at all the changes we can make in the short term, but also how we're gonna have really accurate maps in the long term, and what's most important here. We can't just take in data from the carriers and assume it's correct. We have to go to individuals, local officials and state officials and asked them what's really happening in their own backyard. I mean, it sounds like you're describing a little bit of a broadband census. I think we need it. When you think about how as a nation we've moved so much online during this pandemic. We've got to figure out how to get this service in a robust way everywhere, and I think it's appropriate to think about it that way. I wonder now, though, we're at this moment where there's a lot of money, all of a sudden between the cares Act and the American Rescue Plan Act. We're seeing hundreds of millions of dollars going to municipalities and Some are using it to increase broadband access. You know, without waiting for new federal maps like is the landscape changing even as your undertaking this effort? Yes, We have a lot of interest in this issue. You know, Broadband's gone from nice to have to need to have and everyone knows that not just Congress. And I don't want to tell the people who don't have service, you know? Just no wait for until we have pristine data. We're gonna have to sort of build this plane while it's in the air, and I think speed here matters. We don't want everyone to wait for us to have just perfect information. Before we start doing real things on the ground to connect more people. I also just wonder about the power shift. As you see this money flowing into municipalities. I think that there has been a sense that in some ways The conversation has been dominated by what big telecom companies have been willing to invest in. And where Do you have a sense that that power balance is shifting a little bit? Yeah, I think that, um One of the realities of this infrastructure. Is there really high sunken fixed costs and as a result, it gets deployed in places where companies can recover those costs faster. Those are often urban, suburban, more populated areas. So we're gonna have to look at other alternatives other ways. Other technologies to make sure we serve 100% of us. And those might involve, you know small local companies that might involve fixed wireless or electric co ops. Gonna have to get creative to make sure we get service everywhere. Let's shift gears and talk about cost. Congress created a $3 billion fund for low income Americans to receive $50 a month for broadband service. How will that also impact this landscape, especially as you are seeking other ways to lower costs? Yeah, The program you mentioned is called the emergency broadband benefit, And it's a really big deal because the United States has never had a big broadband affordability program. And so for the first time ever, we're going to be offering help the households where you know there. There's job loss or students around the free and reduced lunch program..

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"jones walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"jones walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Called in twice in my life. Your show's terrific. You're listening Toe Righter than you with Bill writer back into the show Bill writer Look, I respect fans and their passion and how it blinds their sets. I actually Have some affection for people like the Orange remembers on Twitter. Tweet with their hard and not there. Tweet heard sportswriter. That's me, Sport. Sorry. I t Or my last name. Thank you. Hanging out. Heard sportswriters say is take away from the Broncos having inquiry depleted roster getting the win is it? Elway must go injury depleted roster. I think what you meant Elementary. Like John Casey Jones Walker. Lindsay, sudden, James Hammerlock are now This roster is on the tail end of a rebuilt Here's my point, Orange remembers. Who in the hell gets a five year rebuild. Other than the Peyton Manning years to which I think we can now credit Peyton Manning. Here's the record that John Elway's Broncos teams have put up going back to 2016. High water mark of nine and seven. You know the year they didn't move up on draft homes or Watson, but the Chiefs did do one of those two things five and 11 6 in 10 7 and nine I would be totally with you. I would allow you to bask in your misplaced but understandable reverence for all things. John Elway. If this were your two or three, it's not And the successes that he had and you get credit. Look, you get credit. Absolutely for from selling paint, man and I'm coming to Denver. But how long do you want that to carry you? Is Mike McCarthy Get credit for crafting and helping Aaron Rodgers become a star. Of course he does. And you don't happens when you wait too long to fire him because he can't evolve. You disappoint. The Packers are on the upswing because at a minimum, they got fresh blood in the head coaching search that they conducted. Maybe they actually hired the right guy. Here's a decision that isn't impacted by injuries. By luck. Your head coach. Always decision to hire Fangio is an Elway decision. No injury there. There's no bad luck. You guys are in a five year rebuild. As the Chiefs have set themselves up to win your division and compete year after year for suitable for at least five years. That's a John Elway problem. Good point. All the injuries you want, by the way if your roster is 100% this year, You're losing to the Chiefs in two games. Maybe you're going nine and seven. And you're not relevant. I like I want you lot to be successful. I went to a zoo. There's some interesting things there. You're the wrong head Coach. You have the wrong culture. And your reverence and I, By the way, I appreciate you listening, man like you got your opinion. I get it. I totally understand. I'm a rational about a couple teams. But the love for John Elway's not rational. The job he's done has not been impressive. It's why you don't hire legends. I mean, you guys got to Super Bowl appearances and a soup bowl went out of it. And I understand I really do the love. You have to feel for someone. Who was one of the you know to to six greatest cubes of all time. One. Two Super Bowls for an incredible city at the end of his career. Being good at one thing doesn't make you good. Another just doesn't want to give us a call. But that take Andrew bookish, one of the great anchors. I've ever heard. But we differ in our taste of movies right? Like he's 50 shades of bookish I'm a little less edgy. I mean, just everybody's gone. Look, a town DiBenedetto credible sports mind. He's a Jets fan, I think, but choice. Can't be good at everything if you want to. Ah, if you want to give us a call back..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"It was a time when every law firm. Just about every law firm lots of law firms were were based downtown. A lot of have left out to reveal ranch Holly Slough Missouri the different areas. Of It I think that if you look at some other communities, I i. think about Baton Rouge and how it's downtown has really blossomed in the last twenty years or so. There was a time when the Baton Rouge's downtown was was pretty doormat in in struggling itself. there were a lot of efforts that took place to. Rejuvenate Baton Rouge downtown but one that I that sticks out for me is that the The state government made a decision to. Concentrate state offices in downtown Baton Rouge area as opposed to other other parts of Baton Rouge and from our perspective. That's a lot of other developments that have followed since. I think you know our local government you obviously, we don't have state government offices like Baton Rouge does, but the our local government could play a role in that. Too to concentrate its facilities in downtown area, which creates a higher demand for restaurants higher to me and or a housing. Those sorts of things. The. You know our firm Jones Walker in Baton Rouge actually recently relocated from the I ten I twelve corridor back into downtown baton. Rouge and so you've seen all you've seen that. In that rude. Law. Firms are actually going back to downtown. And, it would be great if we could create that synergy here laugh yet. We've got some strong signs on the horizon who got this grocery store that recently opened up, which is which is important for the life of down. I know there's a couple of residential complexes that are in the works and so that's important but we need to get some. Stronger corporate clients timid as well. And one interesting thing I think is going to be how Kobe. Changes some of that You know nowadays, a lot of people are working from home rather than in your offices as it stands right now we've got. A firm wide. I think we have over half of our. Our personnel are still working remotely from home. We have the option to come into the office work from home. Over half of our, our personnel are still working from home. And one of the interesting things that's ain't going forward in the real estate world is going to be. A. What does does that is that does that have a lasting impact on the way people work to do people in it you to the work from home at even after Koby subsides and what does that do for the demand for office space? That something downtown as well as other areas of Lafayette are going to have to have to think about in considered do we see a drop in office space to me? Those are some some folks are projecting that. We may actually have see that. So there's challenges oppor plenty of opportunities for down down with its. Challenges that that we need to focus on For your talk has spurred several thoughts for me. First of all, my current podcast guests it's out right now. Eric Caen. He's a local entrepreneur. He was saying that he thinks the the real estate market is just can be so different. You Know People Really GonNa look at how much physical concrete do they need to occupy versus. Creativity as you're talking about. And interviewing David Kelly Kadaffi general. This week he was saying he wonders you know, are we going to move forward interacting in a different way more like they do in Asia wearing masks more being more aware of proximity to others..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jones walker" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Discuss kyle welcome to discover Fiat. Yeah thank you for being here What a day we're living in right? I mean, this is crazy times we're on zoom. So thank you for putting up again with Maya learning. Curve. Isn't unsettled time with Kobe pandemic going on a lot of. Changes in the world. Immunity and in the legal community, right? Well we met actually Anita bag know who is in charge of all things going on in downtown Lafayette encourage made meet with you and you've been kind enough to spend time with me. And you know Jones Walkers one got a reputation that's impeccable and you've got a big presence in downtown Lafayette in Chase Tower and I know that if we can talk first about Maybe how you ended up there and then we'll start talking about downtown in what you see but I want you to get in your home hometown background before we start that so. Sure. Yeah. So like you said, I was born and raised here in Lafayette. At. High Graduate Nineteen ninety-six go Monday lines. And You know came through the ranks ear in. That you will undergrad they went on to Lsu law school clerked for. A federal judge Alexandria for a year after law school and I came back to practice with the former Paredo ease law firm ear in Lafayette which was in in chase towers as you mentioned and there was A. Time. Where I left and actually commuted to baton. Rouge to award law firm in Baton Rouge. That's when I got into mostly the transactional side of the practice while I was gone firm the the the Jones Walker fire some a portion of the former red always law firm Longman Russo it was called at the time. And and then I came back to work with the same group that left back in two, thousand, two, thousand, eight. So, Win Jones Walker did that acquisition Jones walkers had a presence in Lafayette or probably thirty some years in fact Lafayette. Was the first office of Jones. Walker outside of New Orleans. And so it's it's had a presence here for thirty some odd years. In with that acquisition in two thousand nine I. Believe it was the footprint here grew sizably..

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"jones walker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"jones walker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Gas today are on the shell pens all performance line all right let's get into it I first of all glad to be here. I I've been on a bit of a hiatus for a few months used to fill in on the show all the time I'm glad to be here today and I hope to be here a lot more here in the near future Antonio brown has been accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer according to a lawsuit that was filed yesterday in the Southern District of Florida in fact brown's former trainer Britney Chad Taylor accuses the New England Patriots receiver sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions in two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen she said he exposed himself kiss without consent and once I've Forster down on the bed and forcibly raped her brown's lawyer said in a statement last night that the receiver and Taylor were involved in a very consensual personal relationship in any sexual interaction between Mister brown was entirely consensual. now who is this young lady she was a gymnast at Central Michigan were brown attended college they met in a Bible study group apparently at school stayed friends fell out of touch for several years and then reconnected in June of two thousand seventeen when ABC said well maybe I'll hire her to be my assistant for physical training and their relationship was back on. needless to say. this is gonna be an interesting situation it clearly is he said versus she said this is going to play out it's a civil lawsuit not not he's gonna spend any jail time here I'll look either he is guilty of this or you know Jesus making accusations about him that that are timely on and then in benefit her I you know I don't know maybe very carefully because we don't know anything yet he said she said but I'll tell you one thing nobody seems to be able to tell me what the patriot where he is bill Belichick even said yesterday the twenty years I don't know what that means are we all talk about the patriot way I'll tell you two things about the patriot way I do now. number one is there a lot of distractions they don't like distractions everything's about the next game moving on one week at a time to chip away at the whole season getting the Superbowl the other thing I know is that everybody maybe other than Tom Brady and maybe even have are on a day to day situation. and he hasn't even showed up yet. I believe. he's barking up with the Bradys I believe Tom Brady offered his palatial mansion for him to settle down until he gets gets his affairs straightened out. that's going to be awkward down. cells go on now Tom do we have somebody that's accused of sexual assault spending the night here at our house with her family. Tom hi Reid I've decided not. some rumors float around for a few days on the internet. my job fairly the the patriots did now. not according to Adam Schefter our E. S. P. N. NFL insider he said that according to you Sir a sexual assault claims on ABC the NFL that even now. until tonight and so this is unfolding in front of the NFL's eyes just as it is unfolding in for the eyes of everybody else the NFL we'll have to gather as much information as you can as quickly as you can and try to make a decision out tonight the NFL has not render any comment whatsoever on the Antonio brown situation but when you speak to people around football they have wondered whether the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell could go ahead and place Antonio brown on the commissioner exempt list which would give everybody time to sort out some of the details of this case to figure out what did and didn't happen and then to make a more educated decision with the benefit of time. do you think it is possible. then it's only brown does not play this weekend against the Miami Dolphins. we went through the whole rigmarole. of the off season with the raiders. the frozen feet. helmet jade's. skipping practice battles is Mike may I ask we saw most of it unfold on our docks. and he never even plays a game for the raiders. possibly does play a game for the patriots now I mean I'm shifters right the league could step in here say this is a pretty serious accusation we're what's on the exempt list you can play do we figure this stuff out. this is unbelievable. again a team that does not like distractions. Antonio brown is going to show up today. but when I'm faced the media. the first question for the media is going to be hi Antonio brown welcome to fudge pearl. did you. I don't want any part of that. that's incredible. here's another one for Adam Schefter you talk about the pages in this awkward situation they got to decide what they're going to do next the patriots are processing all this reading through everything in trying to figure out what is the best thing to do from this point on David decision to make here Antonio brown I think is used up a lot of the good will that he built up through the years over the course of the last offseason or sell their people of questions about him the New England Patriots you have to decide whether or not they have similar questions about him and what they want to do do they want to stand by a guy that they don't know who has a questionable reputation the last couple of months or do they want to go forward with the receiver that they were willing to sign because of how good Intel did and dynamic he is and I think that's something the patriots right now are sifting through because as I said as is with the case everybody else they're seeing this for the first time in learning about it for the first time tonight. every day I say wow what a dumpster fire it can't get worse for Antonio brown. and then somehow we find some more gasoline to pour on this. I should say he puts more gasoline on that he's one of these guys that. the whole world is against them. but the whole world pays attention to all of his idiotic moves the stupidity this is a guy that wants complain woe is me the media pays too much attention to me I wish they leave me alone any arrives to camp in helicopters and Bentleys and hot air balloons Hey look at me everybody and he's addicted to social media Hey look at me everybody. Mike Tom doesn't want a mild the I. everything in the locker stays in the locker room he's there put it on social media live. by the way. this hasn't been said enough. they would have to give my time with a lot more credit. you got a a wrap for maybe lose a controlled a lot at the end would they be I think he kept it under control for a long time. don't you. thank you. gonna be an interesting day no doubt about it. yeah I thought I does could be interesting a NAS with him just coming out starting practice today. what the patriots and jumped in and after all the term all summer trying to get ready for this weekend's game bill they'll check you never says anything. it also going to be. not on the team officially delivers practice. we're on a Miami I mean that's what is going to be that's always gonna give you today he's a master at saying nothing. because he doesn't like distractions he doesn't want to give us in the media anything that you want. now you get it now we know what you want on this. Ryan Smith ESPN legal analyst was on last night with Michael leaves on SportsCenter any makes a very clear distinction about the significance of the civil suit against AB. when you look at a case like this. the standard of proof preponderance of enough of the evidence meaning it's more likely than not that based on the evidence the conduct that she alleges occurred much lower standards so this ends up in a civil court and this actually goes to the preceding it just moves forward then you've got sort he's saying one thing she's saying something else and a jury has to decide basically who they think is telling the truth here. right so stay tuned for that I did find a a somewhat humorous comment and it will lead to make me laugh I saw some headlines last night. T. O. calls the brown situation unfortunate and unprofessional that's before this lawsuit came out this is not a spectator T. O. it's call hill brown for being unfortunate and unprofessional the old bird what bird through six locker rooms in the NFL. San Francisco is next Jerry rice wouldn't feel the love. Philadelphia Donovan began hated I'm. Dallas you're either a Tony Romo Geyer your T. O. guy well that's one quarterback. imagine the bills bangles Xerox's nobody remembers that. shrinking devote wide receivers. when we come back watch Kate continues with Odell Beckham junior we will discuss and Jerry Jones Walker backs of comments on Jack we're just warming up here on a Wednesday morning I'm Craig she made it for Jason fence this is first and last on ESPN radio and ESPN out..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"jones walker" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"I I've been on a bit of a hiatus for a few months used to fill in on the show all the time I'm glad to be here today and I hope to be here a lot more here in the near future Antonio brown has been accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer according to a lawsuit that was filed yesterday in the Southern District of Florida in fact brown's former trainer Britney Chad Taylor accuses the New England Patriots receiver sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions in two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen she said he exposed himself kiss without consent and once I've Forster down on the bed and forcibly raped her brown's lawyer said in a statement last night that the receiver and Taylor were involved in a very consensual personal relationship and any sexual interaction between Mister brown was entirely consensual. now who is this young lady she was a genesis central Michigan were brown attended college they met in a Bible study group apparently at school stayed friends fell out of touch for several years and then reconnected in June of two thousand seventeen when AB said well maybe I'll hire her to be my assistant for physical training and their relationship was back on. needless to say. this is gonna be an interesting situation it clearly his he said versus she said this is going to play as a civil lawsuit sign guy he's gonna spend any jail time here I'll look either he is guilty of this or you know Jesus making accusations about him that that are timely on and then in benefit her I you know I don't know maybe very carefully because we don't know anything yet he said versus she said but I'll tell you one thing nobody seems to be able to tell me what the patriot where he is bill Belichick even said yesterday the twenty years I don't know what that means now we all talk about the patriot way I'll tell you two things about the patriot way I do to help. no one is they'll like distractions they don't like distractions everything's about the next game moving on one week at a time to chip away at the whole season and getting the Superbowl the other thing I know is that everybody maybe other than Tom Brady and maybe even him are on a day to day situation. and he has even showed up yet. I believe. he's barking up with the Bradys I believe Tom Brady offered his palatial mansion for him to settle down until he gets gets his affairs straight out. that's going to be awkward dial using just sells gone now term do we have somebody that's accused of sexual assault spending the night here in our house with her family. Tom hi I've decided not to do. some rumors floating around for a few days on the internet. my job fairly the the patriots did now. not according to Adam Schefter our E. S. P. N. NFL insider he said that according to these a sexual assault claims on a visa to the NFL that even now. until tonight and so this is unfolding in front of the NFL's eyes just as it is unfolding in for the eyes of everybody else the end of bill we'll have to gather as much information as you can as quickly as you can and try to make a decision out tonight the NFL has not rendered any comment whatsoever on the Antonio brown situation but when you speak to people around football they have wondered whether the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell could go ahead and place Antonio brown on the commissioner exempt list which would give everybody time to sort out some of the details of this case to figure out what did and didn't happen and then to make a more educated decision with the benefit of time. do you think it is possible. then it's only a brown does not play this weekend against Miami Dolphins. we went through the whole rigmarole. of the off season with the raiders. frozen feeds. helmet jade's. skipping practice battles is Mike may I ask we saw most of it unfold on our knocks. and he never even plays a game for the raiders. possibly does he would play a game for the patriots now I mean I'm shelters right the league could step in here say this is a pretty serious accusation we're which on the exempt list you can't play do we figure this stuff out. this is unbelievable. again a team that does not like distractions. Antonio brown is going to show up today. when I'm faced the media. the first question for the media is going to be hi Antonio brown welcome to find several. did you attack this will. if you want any part of that. that's incredible. here's another one for Adam Schefter you talk about the pages in this awkward situation they got to decide what they're going to do next the patriots are processing all this reading through everything in trying to figure out what is the best thing to do from this point on they were decision to make here Antonio brown I think is used up a lot of the good will that he built up through the years over the course of the last offseason or sell their people of questions about him the New England Patriots you have to decide whether or not they have similar questions about him and what they want to do do they want to stand by a guy that they don't know who has a questionable reputation the last couple of months or do they want to go forward with the receiver that they were willing to sign because of how good Intel did and dynamic he is and I think that's something the patriots right now are sifting through because as I said as is the case everybody else they're seeing this for the first time in learning about it the first time tonight. every day I say wow what a dumpster fire eight check get worse for Antonio brown. and then somehow we find some more gasoline for on this. I should say he puts more gasoline on that he's one of these guys that. the whole world is against them. but the whole world pays attention to all of his idiotic moves the stupidity this is a guy that once complained whoa is me the media pays too much attention to me I wish they leave me alone any arrived to camp and helicopters and Bentleys and hot air balloons Hey look at me everybody and he's addicted to social media Hey look at me everybody. hi Tom what does a walking a mile the I. everything in the locker stays in the locker room he's there put it on social media live. by the way. this hasn't been said enough. we have to give my time with a lot more credit thank you gotta wrap for maybe lose a controlled a lot at the end would they be I think he kept it under control for a long time. don't you. thank you. gonna be an interesting day no doubt about it. yeah I thought I does could be interesting a north with him just coming out starting prices today. what the patriots and jumped in and after all the term all summer trying to get ready for this weekend's game they'll they'll check you never says anything. ones are going to be. not on the team officially delivers practice. we're on a Miami I mean that's what is going to be that's always gonna give you today he's a master at saying nothing. because he doesn't like distractions he doesn't want to give us in the media anything that you on. now we know what you want on this. Ryan Smith ESPN legal analyst was on last night with Michael leaves on SportsCenter any makes a very clear distinction about the significance of the civil suit against AB. when you look at a case like this. the standard of proof preponderance of enough of the evidence meaning it's more likely than not that based on the evidence the conduct that she alleges occurred much lower standards so this ends up in a civil court and this actually goes the preceding it just moves forward then you've got sort he's saying one thing she's saying something else and a jury has to decide basically who they think is telling the truth here. right so stay tuned for that I did find a a somewhat humorous comment and what Lisa made me laugh I saw some headlines last night. T. O. calls the brown situation unfortunate and unprofessional that's before this lawsuit came out this is not a spectator C. O. X. koliko brown for being unfortunate and unprofessional the old bird what bird through six locker rooms in the NFL. San Francisco is the next Jerry rice we didn't feel the love. Philadelphia Donovan began hated him. Dallas you're either a Tony Romo Geyer your T. O. guy well that's what quarterback. imagine the bills bangles C. oxes nobody remembers that. shrinking devote wide receivers. when we come back watch Kate continues with Odell Beckham junior we will discuss and Jerry Jones Walker backs of comments on Jack we're just warming up here on a Wednesday morning I'm Craig she made it for Jason fence this is first and last on ESPN radio and ESPN out..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

Mile Hi Radio

14:46 min | 2 years ago

"jones walker" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

"Host of us. All you never too late to get back your job, baby. And I am here in you, all Florida British Columbia, and I've had the pleasure of being in a place where watching trust is being put on a house. So I've never had that experience today. Wait incredible watch. But the weather has been absolutely gorgeous. And as I've been sharing predispo- facility by been walking up this mountain, and I'd have a new path where I am to be like Bernard Barker, though, a very famous and real world records. Finding the highest 'bout Simpson. Seven continents. And that we may even bring them up very part of what you're going to be hearing about today and are being that it's to be shared with you. Why incredible women that I know internationally all over the world these women whole deeply, and there are the essence of it. So this episode is brought to you today by business opportunity that me ill has the chance to change your life. If you choose to learn more about an old into the story that these ladies are shared with you about this report of being and I'm way to start off with a boat that. Eight from Cornell shirt by Mark Twain, look, Mark Twain, and he said. It the language which the death in here and the blind can see. And isn't it interesting? That man y'all have senses at they lose that your body just innately steps up and your other brilliant. Really, you have this remarkable sense of doing much more. But we limit ourselves, and I'm going to speak to a little bit about my experience of being over because it's something that has always been very me. And it made for many of you on this episode reminds you of the will be forward that will be. Helen, hunt's, heaven's sakes. Haley Joel than back in the year two thousand and I feel that a lot of people once they watched that movie really brought up at sensitive for inspiration really an eye off another individual white or can I do different. And I am someone who's always in my that. I will always with very kind person, I always liked helping others in the wind that would raise three them from small town where he will help MRs Jones Walker someone wheelchairs have ultimately the story invite banner open carry the streets. Just brought is hopeless abandon a broad smile. And I always liked bringing joy to people's lives because it may be and I later after university was social worker children and one of the things that I would do. In the wintertime is most of the families that I worked with berry or and didn't have the funds to really get anything for their families environment. Goto salvation army's arisen I would get them like senior, suits and jackets pants and boots. That I felt would be fitting. I got it pretty close to what they needed, and, you know, help them out during the seasons about eight have a warm winter things like that and being on arm and are used to have like a more urgent. I mean, it was absolutely ridiculous. And you know, he had only have so much. I remember that day that you get everybody in you'd be sharing food, and that there's something about getting together in community and just bringing joy and stories in the allow that all comes out, you know, helping another human being. Though, I feel that thing does something to us when you do it truly of your hearts, a you don't you don't give or the reasons of getting something back. You you give it because you just give and all these ladies that you're going to be hearing from today. They're true giver Caesar women that out the biggest hurt some fun. It's why love ones zero late. And I know Kate Miller has released or stories accused of share with you. And that's our listeners know, what's on your heart. Arlene. Hi, everybody. This is Kate in Carmel, California eight I'm forward is very dear to my heart. And I have a few stories I love to share when was with a member of my own family, which I've just never forgotten and we were shopping, and we we had pulled up in front of the store and on the curb there was a young woman, and it was very cold outside. And she was obviously initi- had a little satchel with her and she was a homeless person. And we looked at this this woman and was my daughter who was with me and the woman had no shoes and no socks. And I remember my daughter looked at me and she had these new tennis shoes on and she just quietly took her shoes off. And walked over and said him next to the woman and gave her her shoes. And I was as a mother I was very touched deeply, but the the look on the woman's face was was what that was all about. And I just thought what a beautiful kind act to have witnessed an end to have, you know, have happened. And I had I have worked in my career for many many years without restraints. I worked in law enforcement as a counselor juvenile counselor for years. And so I did a lot of public speaking with the police department of parenting courses and things like that. And one night. I was giving a talk, and there was a sweet little woman in the audience and afterwards, she came up to me. And she said my name is Kimmy, and I want to help she said I was so moved by these stories, and so what Kimmy decided was every three months. She gave me a large check. And this was not a wealthy woman. I I know after getting to know Kimmy, I went to her house, and she just had a very sweet house regular house regular car nothing. Fancy. Her flashy at all. She said I'd like to give you this check. And I would like you to these children that you meet that live on the streets or kids in the schools that don't have lunch whatever, you know, moves you and inspires you. Would you please pay for it? And I that happened that went on for years. I don't exactly remember the number of years, but Kimmy passed away a few years ago, and it went on until until Kimmy can you passed. But some of the things I got to do were absolutely incredible. Because of this woman's heart. I, you know, one Christmas, my son, and I loaded up my truck, and we bought Christmas presents for a whole community of people that we were told had signed up on a wishlist and that their wishlist hadn't been picked up by someone. And when I was going to get Christmas trees the mantle demand at the Christmas. Tree Lodhi said where are you going with all those presents are you Santa? I said well kinda and so he loaded the rest of the truck up with trees from his lot for. Three. And then we got to go and set up the trees with the families and bring these gifts, it was such an amazing amazing experience and the whole time this woman wouldn't even let me give her name. She would just say tell me the story is tummy. What was on the kids faces and I felt twice blessed? I not only got to do it. I got to share back with with. She what her pay it forward had accomplished every summer, she we took money, and we created scholarships for kids that wanted to go to camp one year, we sent a whole troupe of girl scouts camping who were from the city and had never even been in the forest before we did scholarships in schools, I was able to keep like a little kitchen in my office and kids would come and get soup and things like that. When it was cold. We bought shoes and backpacks and in the summer, I knew that a lot of the kids that I had seen you know, they would get maybe a free meal at school. But in summer, they would have no way to get around in. Oh money. So I would go and buy a thousand dollars with the subway cards and bus passes and the last day of school. I would give those out to kids. So that I would know they would eat during the summer and the same thing when I worked in law enforcement. So this woman's heart, blessed, I'm I mean, thousands of children and families and all she ever wanted was a story about how that took place. So I felt so blessed, and I learned so much from from Kimmy about being graciously humble and paying it forward was just the most beautiful thing. And and I also wanna add this one little story because I think it's really important to to it might be able you might think. Well, she had the means to do that with. But let me share with you when I was a single mom, my son, and I were eating in this little cafe one time, and it was like a big deal to order pie. That's what that's the budget. I was on at that time. And so we had this. Yummy lunch. And so we ordered these big pieces of pie, and we're all happy. When I went to pay the Bill the waitress said, oh that gentleman over there. Hey for your lunch, and I just was so blown away, and he was cute little very elderly, man. And I walked over. And hugging nicer, thank you so much that was the sweetest thing. And he said, how did you know? It was me. And I said, well, the waitress told me he said, you know, I have a daughter, and you remind me of her, and she has a little boy. And so I would I just, you know, it meant a lot to him, and he said, my heart's so happy his words were you made my heart so happy, and I gave him a hug, and I thought what a beautiful experience. So I think paying it forward is a gift we get to give and receive those are my stories got great cake. This is Belinda from New Orleans. I also am from a small community. And I remember my dad and the neighbors all growing. Different things in their garden, and we've truly eight from our garden. I was thirteen years old before I ever knew what Cam corn was about. They were trying to poison me. So they really, you know, they would give back to the community, and they didn't have very much. So I don't think you have to have very much to to be able to give to others. I was raised that when you're blessed, you bless others. And even when you're not if you get down in the dumps if you look around and try to see who you can help than your your blast by giving just a little bit. I mean one day I was going across the lake and we have a toll bridge to go from the north shore to the south shore into New Orleans and the guy in front of me paid my toll tag. And he he wasn't flirting with me. I never even saw him. He just out when I got to the towel. He told the lady just pay Hertel behind me. And I've got it was so NATO next week. I did it the guys behind me. You know? Hopefully, they needed it. I think when you bless others. It's teaching others. How to be in how to live? We live in such a rat race world, a big stop in the how can I help somebody else when you especially when you're at your lowest does she think what am I gonna do who's going to help me turn that around and try to help somebody else? The bible orders us to give ten percent of our first fruits to God. And I'm pretty sure God good needed. But he's trying to teach us how to be you know, how to give to others and how to live our lives. God good, meet our money. He's got all the money in the world that he needs. He can do anything. So I just think paying it forward teaches other people how to live and Winston Churchill said we make a living by what we get. But we make alive. What we give. I don't think that's a good thing to live Bonn. I love that quote this piper. Also from the New Orleans area, you know, paint it for doesn't always mean that you have to have money that you're always keeping my mind. It could be just bartering doing something for someone. That's that's always been my go-to haven't been extremely wealthy financially so far in my life. But I've always had something together. Thank we all always have something to give when I was a young girl of always wanted to be philanthropists. And I used to you know, when people would ask me when I was little so what he kinda be when you grow up like a philanthropist. The funniest expressions you bubble. Look at me like. And how are you going to do that? So I've still to this. You know, more recent days, I really had no idea how I just knew that I could be a philanthropist lo and behold, I actually found something there was an opportunity that came to me too similar of a pay it forward kind of circumstance. It was quite interesting average just kind of putting this silent prayer out there. And every time it kept feeling a little worried about my finances. I just had this little boy Saint it's going to be okay. You know, something good. It's is happening. And I just knew it. I felt it. Well, that came to me one day it walked through my door. And actually, it was this opportunity actually have a business platform. I can be. There is a business platform out there that is unlike any other, and it just opened my eyes that with the purchase one nominal healthy..

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"jones walker" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"jones walker" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Pirates of the Caribbean to wait. Nice. I know what I'm saying. Thought I was out. Right back in. Ted three. We needed like the full title. Do you know the whole title thing? That's where we get gets tricky. The carribean. Curse. The now is that one. Chryssa the mixing up some Indiana Jones films and don't get Jones involve cursive the. David Jones Jones like. Wait. So you're saying the first one is called cursive, the Davy Jones Walker. Named the whole series advertently. Yeah. All right. Well, great job. But that's that's not your class. Chris part to the Caribbean to curse of the black Pearl. No, so pirates of the Caribbean. The legend of Jack Sparrow. Parts of the Caribbean. The Bronx tale. Just stop at the first port Newell through this rap of hundreds of the Caribbean know, this more words, even in the first one Disney's parts of the Caribbean. Right. It's just more. It doesn't just end the Caribbean com. Pirates of the Caribbean to. I don't know, man. I mean, I'm trying. Do they do the numbers in even they do have the numbers? I thought it's just parts of care being. And then whatever that that one is like, you know, you know, at world's end or whatever. That's not that's not helpful to them repeat that one be wrong. So Shane take. This thing home. Pain enga-? Mark get your prizes. He graduations. You did it dude. Yeah. You could take name name tag back to. Thing on it mansions. Congrats. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I like your boots. All right. We did it. We got one minute left saying give us a whatever you wanna plug. I'll bet he'll helium comedy club twenty eight through March. Second in Portland, Oregon somebody to come to that. I'm establish nineteen Eighty-one on comedy central records. And thanks for just come Shane tourists. Everybody. Jordan rubin. Noon project the drone if you're in slammed and next week. Please come screening, otherwise it'll be out in a couple of months and critters will be out in March right on. Thanks, george. Thank you. Everybody. Chris one hour comedy central special this Friday, January eighteenth eleven PM size thirty eight waist, and I have a podcast called the history. Hyenas it's about history and nature. Fucking wild. Check it out. Sara swire. Hello, enter the puck lips is still playing at the throughout the world. Yeah. Go see if you just don't if you want to like, go, see the film. Yeah. If you want to. Should it? Do. I think it is all my God. I'm I'm bad at this. It should be. It's a it's all over the place. Lots of Alamo draft houses are doing special screenings sing along screenings. Because people love the songs. They're really catchy and dancing. CD's as well. I mean, if people want you can it's on Spotify. I tunes as well. So it's not like it's a unattainable treat by ROY takes those out of the. Yeah. All right. So thank you to everybody. Yeah. Thank you. Sarah. Let's hear everybody. Sara Swire Christie step. No. Jordan, Ruben Torres. Thank you phone group. Douglas Reeves back here at UC Franklin on Tuesday, January twenty ninth two weeks from tonight. And as always Amanda forgetting read sick on his birthday is shit. Head. Let's go says I am shit head for making duck say movie passes shit, head back with movie pass was a good value. That being said movie pass stinks now. And L A S D is a shit head. That's a good one. Healing.

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