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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"Welcome back to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. We're talking with some native authors today about their recently published books. Are you reading something new from a native author? Give us a call, tell us about it. We want to know. We're at one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's also one 809 9 native. This is a native bookshelf show today. Joining us now from Baldwin city, Kansas, is Devin, my hisua. She's a Cora Leigh beer's price professor in the hall center for the humanities at the University of Kansas KU. She's an enrolled member of the choctaw nation of Oklahoma. Welcome back, Devon. And congratulations on your new novel, dance of the return. Hey, thanks, Sean. And hi, Tiffany, and Chelsea. I really appreciate the invitation to be able to talk here. Well, we really are grateful for you coming on the show and this new book. It's a detective story. Who doesn't like detective stories? Tell us more about it, Devin. Well, you know, it's kind of hard to describe. I'll do my best. This is my 7th novel, I guess my 19th book, this is the third in a series that features detective Monique blue hawk. And the first book was documented expectations, which was a murder and an anthropology department. And then the novel that came out last year to talk, which is, was a murder mystery in a museum archives, but it also included theft of native skeletal remains. And then dance of the return, you know, this was published by a university press, which means that it had to go through a review process. So I had three people had to approve this. And one of the readers described it like this. I think this is maybe the best way. It's mystery crime, it's speculative fiction. It's alternative history. It's sci-fi. It's native lit. And I will say that it gets into a theme that most natives think about a lot. That is the realities of our past and then we have possibilities for the future, but can we combine those things and is time linear? So that's being kind of vague. But I think it touches on all the issues that really really do concern me. So that's it in a nutshell, I guess. Okay. Yeah, it sounds really fascinating. And we actually have a caller on the line. We're going to go too quickly here. Mark listening on KNB in anchorage, Alaska Mark, thanks for calling in

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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"This show. Thank you for tuning in to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. Still time to get in on our conversation about voter access and native communities. You can join us by calling one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. You can also email us at comments at native America calling dot com. We're speaking with Megan Condit. Nerf staff attorney up in anchorage and Megan talking today. More about Mary potos went up there in Alaska and also some of these long-standing voter access issues in Alaska and other parts of native America. And yet despite these constraints on native voters, both intended and otherwise, we now have an Alaska native woman in Congress as of as of today and what does that say, Megan? About the growing power of Alaska native voters. Yeah, there's a long history of voter suppression and increased barriers to voting in Alaska for Alaska native voters. I think this really speaks to the tireless effort and fight for voting access that Alaska native have fought and continued to fight. Thanks again, Megan for joining us today and giving us all those insights from up there in anchorage and we've got another guest on the show today on the line in Bismarck, North Dakota is Nicole donaghy. She is the executive director with the North Dakota native vote. She is hunkpapa Lakota from standing rock. Nicole, welcome to the show. Hi, thank you. Thank you so much for having me. Nicole, there have been a number of challenges going back many years about voter ID requirements in North Dakota. What is the status there right now? Oh yeah, so the voter ID law is still in place if you if you're familiar with the issue, the law was upheld the 6 days prior to the 2018 election. And that law required all voters in North Dakota to have a verified residential address on their ID card in order to vote. And so that was very problematic for our people on the reservation because traditionally we don't get our mail at our homes. We utilize post office boxes and that was on our ID cards. And so that law is still very much in effect. Now, this registration was handled by a decidedly Republican legislature. How is that redistricting changed the native vote? Yeah, so the redistricting in North Dakota, there is still some issues going on. There's a lawsuit to impending lawsuits that are occurring right now, but North Dakota native vote advocated for four split House districts in North Dakota on each reservation so that we were able to elect our own people for at least one House seat. And so we were able to pull off two of those districts that were protected by the Voting Rights Act and the other two reservations, which is standing rock and spirit Lake are still at large at large districts. And so for berthold Indian reservation and turtle mountain reservation, those two districts have been sub districted and will be going to this upcoming election to elect their own house, their own house member. Now going into the midterms, are you confident that North Dakota's native voters are going to. Get their votes out there and these redistricting efforts are not going to negatively impact their voice? Well, that's always the hope for an organization like ours to boost voter confidence to boost voter turnout, but coming off of a pandemic where there's still a lot of there's still a lot of issues that have been magnified, it's hard to predict how that's going to affect the election because every scene in 2020 is certainly did. But the redistricting and how that's affecting the impending election, the county commissions are actually more in charge of deciding where these polling places are. And from the analysis that we've done with our partners, there's only one polling place in every county on our reservation districts and that certainly is going to hurt us. What will it take to have more polling places, so more folks can vote? Showing up, turning out showing up to your county meetings talking to your county commission people letting them know the hardships it takes for people, the biggest, the biggest barrier to our voting aside from the cumbersome and complex voter laws here, North Dakota is transportation and travel. And we've worked with motel hita analytics to do a cost analysis that shows the routes from, say, porcupine, North Dakota, on the standing record reservation, where there's only one poll open in the county in 48 that's 29 mile trip. That's one of the biggest barriers that our people say is getting that ride to the polls when there's only one polling place open on the organization. Now, does North Dakota share in some of this long history of voter suppression like what OJ shared with us has happened over the years in South Dakota? It was actually looking at that the other day our voting story in North Dakota and back in 2019 2019, sorry, 19 19 prior to the state prior to the creation of our counties in North Dakota, Sue county, there was 200 in some odd Native American voters there and that caused an issue with the county and the non native people living there. And so it does go back quite a ways as what I'm trying to say, but yeah, there are certainly issues that continue to happen. Despite what happened historically. And so even in our most current legislative biennium, there were 21, there were 21 bills that were proposed that would have affected the prices of elections in North Dakota. And beyond redistricting, are there other issues likely to surface in the upcoming election or some other time in the future that will limit voter access? Does voter confidence confidence on a low right now? It's certainly great to hear about what's happening in Alaska and getting that Congress seat filled with an indigenous person. But that's our job is to inspire people to act inspiring inspire indigenous action and to get our relatives to get engaged in these systems that affect our lives every day. Inspiring folks, thanks to the code. We're going to go ahead and take another call quickly here. Michael listening on KNB a in anchorage, Michael hello. Hello. Yeah, I want to say I'm relieved and pleased that has been elected. I think you'll be curious representative for Alaska and not there for fame like some others. And we'll be taking seriously as a representative of Alaska. So I couldn't have there. Michael, thanks for calling in and sharing those warm words for Mary potala. Nicole, what did you think this morning or last night when you first heard that Murray had won that election? What were your thoughts? That is something that I am so inspired to hear that that change has happened in Alaska. Albeit, you know, it's temporary, but that just shows how much more work that the indigenous communities all across the nation have to do to build representation into fight for that representation. And so it's very inspiring to hear that that's happened in the last my heart goes off to my head goes out to

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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"To get the vaccination. Folks will be back right after break. Are you a Native American healthcare provider, recovery counselor, social worker, domestic and sexual abuse advocate or traditional healer working in Native American communities? Doctor ruby Gibson will begin a 7 month advanced immersion in healing historical trauma. This online masterclass looks through the lens of a 7 generational recovery approach to provide powerful proven modalities and is offered tuition free to tribal members. Registration deadline is February 21st. Info at freedom lodge dot org who support this show. Thanks for listening. This is Native American calling. I'm Sean spruce. Are you confused about everything you're hearing about the pandemic? Have you relaxed your own safety precautions to try and avoid infection? We're getting updates from a medical standpoint today and there's still time to get in on the conversation. So please give us a call one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. Before we went to break, we were listening to hope he chairman, Timothy Newman Yama. And he was explaining the highly successful vaccination efforts there at hopi. Chairman, please continue your thoughts. As I was saying earlier before the break, I'm pretty happy about the success we've had. But again, there's been a lot of work. It's been a concerted effort and an aggressive communications effort between not only tribal government, but our hopey healthcare center as well as community, community has really played a big role in us in coming together what we call some meat and coming together for the betterment of all people and that attributes to some of the successes we've had. Of course, just like many other communities, other communities in India and country. We still have those that are refusing to get the vaccination for their own reasons, but I think some of these personal experiences that they've encountered with their loved ones, Friends, close someone close to them, having to see some of the suffering. Some have actually made the hard decision to go and get their first shot, which is really helpful. I've just heard that over the week and also that we had someone that just recently went in, decided to get their first shot. So we continue with the messaging campaign and hopefully we'll improve on these numbers. Okay. Well, another question I have chairman is, you know, we see all of this constant back and forth with regard to safety measures. And I'm interested in learning have you as a tribal leader learned anything that could help with other health issues. For example, how to better communicate with citizens, what measures seem to work and what don't or just ways to stay connected with your community. Any thoughts on that chairman? I think that's a super great question, Sean. This is really opened up our eyes to our health situation out here on hopi. I mean, we are still played with diabetes, hypertension, high blood pressure, cardio issues, and obesity, which leads to a lot of this. And from the COVID pandemic, it's really highlighted a lot of the health disparities that we deal with out here on hopi and it's probably safe to say with a lot of other tribal communities as well. So we are looked at trying to create a more robust healthcare scene out here for hoping to address a lot of these multiple areas. We do have some programs who are doing a great job doing that. But I think a little bit more focus on that to try to offset some of the effects such as COVID that they really exacerbated is something that we're now focusing on a lot more and do want to pay a little bit more attention to that. I do have to say though that we're hoping well, it could have been a lot worse, but overall, in general, I want to say that population out here was fairly healthy, but some of these underlying health disparities still plague us and we want to be able to address some of those issues and make sure that we are providing the proper services that tribal government should be providing in connection with our healthcare center as well. Well, thank you, chairman van Yama, and it's really enlightening to consider these issues from the perspective of a tribal leader such as yourself. Folks, we have a caller listening in anchorage, Alaska on knb a cat again. You're on the air. Hi, good morning. Thank you so much. So my question is, people that are getting the vaccine are still getting sick when in fact these vaccines are supposed to protect us, then why are we still getting sick if the vaccines are safe and to protect against the delta, the Omar Khan and whatever.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"But there's also the web the virtual cast that you can get access to from the FN website. Well, thank you, chip, I look forward to joining you in the newsroom later on after the show. Yeah, my pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you. So that was chip Krause, news director at knb, and for the rest of the show today we're touching in with a couple of this year's 40 under 40 winners who were just honored at the celebration in Arizona over the weekend. By the national center for American Indian economic development. And these are people who are leaders in business, politics, social change and education. In the start us off, we have actually my former coworker Heather Doran. She's a chief of staff and global director for industry apps and data marketing at Microsoft. Heather is choctaw. Welcome to Native American calling Heather nice to talk with you again. Do we have Heather there? No, we are going to go to Brian. Brian Tanner is also a friend of mine from Seattle. And he is the philanthropic partnerships director for the potlatch fund and he is salish and Cree. Welcome to America calling Brian. Great. Thank you for having me. Thank you. So Brian, tell us about potlatch fund. You have to apologize a native led nonprofit here in Seattle. And we provide a few services. We provide funding for native artists, language programs, youth programs, and leadership programs throughout the Pacific Northwest. We also do capacity building and just general advocacy for our people in the Pacific Northwest. And tell me about your role at potlatch funded. How many years you've been there? So I actually just had my second year anniversary for a propellant fund. At the end of October. And so I've been with Polish one for two years. And in my capacity on the director of philanthropic partnerships, which is we were kind of indigenized our titles, but basically on the development director. So I'm in charge of bringing in the funds for the organization and raising raising our money for our operations and for our ground making and other arms with Polish funds. What has led you in your career to this position at pallet fund? What are the things you've done prior to joining the organization?.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"At native America calling, dot com. I do want to head to the phone line here real quick. And I want at this time I want to bring on Nico's tuned in on knb a up in Anchorage Alaska. It's my understanding Nichols that you have some thoughts on the overfishing in the bycatch of salmon. Yes, hello. Hello to all my relations. My name is Nico, so I'm from Alaska, my tribe is pondering from the flattened nation in Montana. And all my Friends, all of us, you can river villages where didn't get to share much salmon this year. And that was framed a lot on climate change variations, but it's really overfishing from the fishing trawlers and bycatch and the same with my tribe in Montana. We had the largest hydroelectric gamma on Canada that might operate. And it wiped out two generations ago wiped out most of our salmon. And so you know, it's not just I guess my question is at the global stage when we talk about our sacred way of life and our sacred foods our food sovereignty I'm wondering about when the salmon, the bison, the migratory birds, such key species in the drivers of climate change are changing the way our ceremonial traditions around our sacred foods I see it as a cultural genocide. I think they're making a lot of digital people who are making a lot of progress at these global forums, but I'm still wondering about our in the United States or treaties with the United States as well as UN treaties on human rights and cultural rights. And I'm wondering what some of the speakers have to think about..

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"knb  r." Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Native America Calling

"Listening in on knb. Good morning. I would like to call to pay attribute to my wonderful Mohawk friend winner's son. Winner send taught me a lot about being gentle with people. And she was my dance partner and we were parallel friends and I just think that I learned a lot about just qualities of the Mohawk people from her. And she did a lot of honor in her in the memories that I have of her of doing things like creating drawings on a buffalo skin and there's just a lot of things I remember about her that are so powerful. So their powerful people and they'll be remembered forever, you know for everything that they've done and will continue to do and the courage that she displayed was one that I really admire in the Mohawk people. Thank you so much for your beautiful tribute to your friend Donna. Also joining our conversation today is Steve, listening in on Ku NM Albuquerque, New Mexico. Welcome to native America calling, Steve. And thank you for all you do. I just wanted to avoid that another part of the what needs to be remembered that's often overlooked. And that is there's a huge amount that from the beginning of contact and continuing. In fact, even more today on the environment and other issues that American Indians have contributed to the west that's no longer recognized. It was recognized at the time of the American Revolution and until Andrew Jackson that the American was a combination of the European and the Indian. But you know they couldn't continue to say that. It went underground, though some of us knew it. And there's a huge amount, and we've written that up about 12 of us a number of them are native in four volumes available on Amazon called honoring the circle ongoing learning from American Indians on politics and society. And the first two volumes are trying to be very comprehensive about what's been learned. This stuff's been published on this, but we've added to it and try to draw that in and the last two or what might more might be learned. How we could do a lot better in the world if contemporary society is a function according to native values in politics, economics are relating with the environment and education and we're happy to share more if that's wanted. Thank you very much for your contributions and helping to raise awareness of this incredibly important issue as Pete was touching on this a little bit how most people still to this day don't realize the hideous Shawnee contributions to the formation of the young American government this idea of separate but equal and standing together standing united. There is so much that is still missing from the conversation right now. With that being said, I do want to throw this question back to Pete. Now moving forward as a country and taking all of these lessons and all of the hardship that or going upstream, I guess I could say that you've been experiencing for a number of decades now. What is your hope moving forward? What do you hope to see come in in the wake of this exhibition? Well, first of all, that people are more informed about the true history and they're not living with the mythology that Johanna talks about in that we've experienced rather than tell the true story. It's easier to make up some stories that, you know, doesn't have any basis in fact. So I think at least the minimum is that the exhibit is built around the idea of sharing truth and trying to tell a real story, the original story. And that's part of what I would hope would come out of this. I want to mention one thing, Brett that you've kind of given me an opportunity to do. On November the 11th, just a couple of days from now, we will be commemorating the candidate matrix signed in 1794 between the 6 nations and the United States intended to form a lasting fees between our people signed by George Washington ratified by the Senate in 1795. We continue to hold up our part of that treaty and the United States so far has not done a great job. The one thing that they consistently do yet is then to us treaty cloth every year to commemorate and Mark this treaty anniversary, but we will be standing on the lawn of the Ontario courthouse and we'll be commemorating this community and saying this treaty for us is still in place and one of the terms of that treaty was to provide us with all of western New York from the genesee river to Erie Pennsylvania. It may have happened. I'll be certainly keeping my fingers crossed for that as well. There is still some much more that has to be done and you hit on that quite beautifully paid that hopefully in the wake of this people will continue to have a desire to be educated on the truer history or the complex true history. It's so easy to oversimplify such complex matters as the history of this country. And Johanna, I have one last question for you as well. Earlier I was mentioning that this exhibition is also accompanied by a digital lesson that accompanies that I was wondering if you would take a brief second to talk a little bit about this. Sure. So our lesson aligns with the fourth and 5th grade curriculum where they the way that the curriculum is framed is really about European exploration. And so we really wanted to change the perspective of that. And have students learn about native people that were here prior to these so called explorers. And about the value systems and that they held as communities. And so our lesson is early encounters in native New York, did native people really film Manhattan. And so we introduced who the people are and their different views of exchange. They're different ideas about what land meant as Curtis mentioned. What kind of goods were traded before Europeans arrived? And what Europeans introduced to this existing flow of trades. And then we conclude actually with the only piece of so called evidence that talks about this sale of Manhattan, which is this letter by this man named Peter skagen. And he was not even in New York. He was somebody who was based in Amsterdam and he wrote this letter that has served as this documentation about this sale. And so we asked students to really think about what's missing from this story and whose point of view who wrote this letter? What is.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"It in the aisles of the plane. If they could win this football game they need inches inches to win the game. Jimmy garoppolo sneak it here jimmy. He's gonna pat. Max but then come forward and pick up a first down. The forty niners will win the game and they will not juwono. He's a dummy count by garoppolo trying to get the long canes and then it was just a pat on alex mack to go. No cadence pat that sweaty but and then get out of here baby. Oh yes the old patent go on. Knb are again. The forty niners out the clock after that and notched the seventeen to eleven win over the philadelphia eagles to move to to now on the season i mentioned the early offensive struggles after the game. Jimmy garoppolo was asked what it was like on the sideline after that rough first quarter was calmer than i expected. You know guys freaking out tough defense. We knew that going into the game was going to be a grinder type of game away game coming off the west virginia. There's a lot of things going against us but guy stayed the course. And that's what you wanna see with guys. Just fred said resilient group and i only played together like that. we're playing good garoppolo finished twenty. Two of thirty for one hundred eighty nine yards and a touchdown. He also used his legs a lot. In this game he finished with a career. High eleven rushing attempts for twenty yards and a touchdown on a qb sneak. One of four qb. Sneaky had in this game in every single one of them worked. I mentioned the block field goal earlier that was from giovane kin law and afterwards. He put things pretty simply. I think the game plan never changed throughout whole game. We kept simple you know. I think they folded before we did. And i didn't think we was fold that all. I am so happy that giovane kinloch press conferences are thing again. That dude is a treasure. By the way before i get off the defense. Just wanna give a shout out. Nick bosa monster again to more sacks and a forced fumble. He was getting held all day. It still didn't matter now. Unfortunately we can't talk. Forty niners without mentioning injuries and this game was no exception. A lot of running backs were hurt and philadelphia and it was all about in a span of five minutes. Elisha mitchell had a shoulder injury. He returned to the game later. But we'll see afterwards. Kyle shanahan said he hopes it's just the stinger. His backup is ju- michael hasty. Who left the game with an ankle injury. His backup is traced sermon. Who came in. When hasty went down he got one kerry and took a helmet to helmet hit. That knocked him out and the ball sermon. Ads leaves the game with a concussion. That left port trenton cannon. Taking snaps at running back for this team and he wasn't even on the roster six days ago it was a brutal stretch once again. Cluster injuries striking the forty niners beyond the running backs. Kevin givens also has an ankle injury. And deebo samuel and colleagues check both had cramps. We always give you one thing to read one thing to watch and one thing. You might have missed one thing to read on this monday. Met barrels has an excellent recap of the game in the athletic including in particular. Shout out that. George kitto game after the game and he was one hundred percent correct in doing so one thing to watch. It has to be the plans at running back. Obviously we'll have to wait and see what happens with elisha mitchell and some of the other injuries. But they're going to have to add somebody here. Maybe it's carry on johnson from the practice squad. Maybe it's somebody else. In addition to him but suddenly jeff wilson's return. The middle of the year is looking mighty important. One thing you may have missed. Deebo samuel came up just short of setting a franchise record for the most receiving yards in his first two games of the season. He had ninety three yards today on six catches that gives him two hundred eighty two through two weeks of the season. Now that's good but is not the record that belongs to you. Guessed it bernie. Casey who actually had two hundred eighty eight and nineteen sixty four for the record in case you're wondering jerry. Rice is second on that list with two hundred eighty five in nineteen eighty nine. That's a wrap on today's forty niners in five please rate review and follow the niners nation. Podcast now if you want a longer break down to this game you are in luck. The week to instant reaction podcasts. With myself leo. Luna and heavier vega is ready and waiting for you wherever you.

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The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I'm gonna go foreign. Why i know three games. I'm taking and i'm leaning with a fourth. But that's why do because my takeaway as i told you last week is i don't make my final picks until friday morning because i wait for kovic stuff i wait for injury stuff and i i learned a lot melman. I really did. I felt i learned a lot here today. I so steelers. Panthers who was the other when you were locked in on colts steelers panthers and colts. Yeah those are. Those are the three i like. I i gotta tell ya. St colt steelers panthers. An interesting one for me. Really interested in san francisco. Jimmy garoppolo being honest and acknowledging publicly. I making the most of it you know. It's it's always the argument of a couple argues in public at a party. What's the ride home like if they can't contain themselves publicly at a party like a couple and they're arguing publicly. What are they like driving home. What are they like at home if garoppolo can't contain himself on. Knb are then there some anxiety in the room and by the way most of the niner players are on garoppolo side. Nothing against trae lance but they went to a super bowl garoppolo. He's a good looking guy. Lot lot of confidence. He's a baller they like him. He's an alpha. They like him in that locker room. In so i also i think the the one thing about philadelphia. It's it's an interesting. It's an interesting narrative that was set up. Greg cosell told me something on thursday today and it was really interesting. He said what philadelphia did a really exceptional job at is. Many of the early plays by the offense were one read place. Arpaio's empty backfield spread the defense out where there was a pre meditated. Redesigned side a go to for a young quarterback and one early read. He said later in the season that may not be the case next year. It's not he said but they set him up. Jalen hurts to do things he did. Well and make the decisions almost pre snap. This is what we're doing and cosell said it was really smart. Coaching day. That serianni knew what jalen did well and just kept going back to it and atlanta could never stop it. It was and he said you know that. That's the classic. Get your players. Find their strength and play to it. And greg on film said he they really said this is what jalen does. And we're just going to keep doing it. And until they can stop it and he said it was really really impressive..

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"In the gun. They're out of timeouts back. Time throws up left at the ground and can play no flags down the forty niners goodness. We'll get out of this with the victory. How did this get so close. Who cares. they're going to win the game sorted out later. That's greg papa. And tim ryan on knb. Mbr went to call forty one to thirty three was the final score. The good guys get the win man. This one was way closer than it should have been but the forty niners did play well for most of the game jimmy garoppolo included seventeen of twenty five for three hundred fourteen yards and a touchdown. He used his legs. Multiple times to extend plays. Jimmy was very very good in this. One deebo samuel also very very good nine catches one hundred eighty nine yards. He did have a huge fumble at the end of the game which allowed to to make one more last gasp at it but all in all nine catches for one eighty nine and a touchdown pretty damn good for deebo samuel also elisha mitchell filling in for remo who stunner got injured again nineteen carries for mitchell one hundred four yards including a thirty eight yard touchdown run. He looks fantastic now. That was the good but unfortunately we're talking about the forty niners here so there was some bad. I mentioned mitchell filling in for hema sturt. He left the game after just two carries with a knee injury kyle. Shanahan did say after the game. They don't think that it is a tornado. Also that is very good news. Unfortunately the news is not as good for jason barrett. He was hurt in a fourth quarter this game and unfortunately it does look like it is a torn. Acl it was a non contact injury. He was extremely distressed. Leaving the field after the game kyle shanahan called the injury crushing saying quote. I'm hoping for the best but it is crushing losing would would-be a massive blow as he's easily the forty niners. Best cornerback in a position where they are not very deep at all. Shanahan was asked about the possibility of bringing back. Richard sherman shanahan said that he had talked with sherman about a reunion before this game and said it's always a possibility they'll remember. Sherman does have a bit of a legal situation to work out after his car accidents. Slash sort of breaking and entering but not really weird situation there but there are legal ramifications there so that hell has to be sorted out before he can come back and of course. There's always the question of just. How much richard sherman has in the tank. He did not exactly look like his old self. The last time we saw him in a forty niners uniform. We always give you one thing to read one thing to watch either something to look out for or some actual highlight or twitter film to watch or one thing. You might have missed something to read on this monday. How about this tweet from seth. Walder of espn analytics. Yama door lenore as the nearest defender. And i guess. I'm going to read it to you. So it's a bit of a cop out fifty five coverage snaps four targets on lenore one. Catch just three yards allowed. That is awesome especially from a fifth round. Pick in his first game and the forty niners or sure as hell gonna need more of that which jason barrett likely gone for the year. One thing the wash aside for the official mres on most jason barrett. Keep an eye on the practice habits of brandon. Are you and trey. Sermon sermon was a healthy scratch. Before the game and i was mysteriously not starting and after the game kyle. Shanahan said well. His hamstring was a little banged up but also trends earned the right to be out there and he had been pushing a euch kinda surprising. Considering all the love that i been getting all preseason long from the media about how good he looks kyle. Shanahan seems to be giving him a little bit of tough love. I wonder if i was in a dog house once you get in the doghouse. You don't check out one thing. You may have missed nick. Bosa was back obviously. No one misses that he had a sack but t ford was back and he looked very very good. Afterwards nick bosa was asked about de ford achieve. Pretty well pretty busy. When he's on the.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"A lot that happens like eighteen. Twenty if you graduated twenty one. Pack is just such a short amount of time. And you haven't really had time to unpack nothing right unpack nothing from your childhood unpack anything from your adolescence Teenage years when you're being who you're being feeling your oats and trying to figure everything out and then you go into adulthood in. Don't strap on the other stuff that having babies and of course there's the relationships is always relationships. And if you had your little sweetheart or whatever maybe he was wrapped up in that for a while too and then some people are very family identified in so maybe you were under the cover of family and there may not even be an awareness that i need to have time to understand who i am and what i'm about. There may not even be this. I should delve into the parts of me and understand what those parts really mean and understand. If those parts are serving me and understand how i can be more whole how i can embrace myself entirely so with the productivity somewhere along the way we found travel right somewhere along the way we were like. Wow this is amazing. I get to be myself. I'm in a new place. And i don't even think we really understand why we love travel so much particularly as black women. I think that we're able to put down a lot of the things that we've been carrying for those twenty something years thirty something years you know. Sometimes we are older when we get our passports. Traveling in the us absolutely matters. I encourage domestic travel. But there's something about being completely out of the pond you were raised in that flips. Things around and makes you see something. Different is something about the energy on the soil. Something about you know the people moving around. That's just really different in so it helps to have a different perspective so maybe people see you differently but also you might see yourself differently when you're traveling but i don't. I don't think that people think is that beep generally speaking. I don't think they're just like let me get on a trip. I feel good like this. Feels good to me to travel. But you don't really think about why it feels good and i think it's four some of those reasons people see you differently in. You're able to see yourself differently things that are that. Knb as possible of course but things that can be very difficult to do when you are in your home environment..

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"Here's what's happening with your san francisco. Forty niners another. Practice is in the books and it was yet another sharp day for rookie quarterback trae lance according to matt barrels. He was seven of eight and eleven on eleven situations. All four of his deep red zone snaps ended in touchdowns it was a the jordan mathews zone touchdown on the hand off to win gaughman where lances fake held a defense as own keeper. Td where lance walked in on touched and according to jason. Ponti the best. Throw the day with a shot to the back of the end zone to symbol webster case. You're wondering jimmy garoppolo six of eleven incompletions and the red zone. Starting offense scored touchdowns on one of four plays. All the momentum seems to be trending in one direction and that is in trae lance direction and that is not just me saying that. Listen to a couple of things. First we start with offensive coordinator. Mike mcdaniel who threw in this little interesting nugget about trae lance and how well he knows the offense. There is a an element of confidence. That is unique. I wouldn't say he's he's loud or boisterous. He has a confident swag that. I think really appeals to players He knows the pressure that's on him like any other player so he really is really comfortable in his own skin. I'd say and he's getting to the point where he can correct other players which from a coach's perspective is all you're looking for you want a coach on the field. You know the the person that a receiver is going to listen to much more than coach is the guy that's throwing the ball. So he's he's been very good with that and I think a lot of guys respond to that lance ben with the team for a few months and he's already correcting people. That is exactly what you wanna hear if you're rooting for lance to win the starting job. And what's more. Listen to this exchange between greg papa and matt maiocco on. Knb are on wednesday even covering this team in this league for a long long time. Have you ever seen a rookie quarterback this special no not even close not ethan closed no And yes i mean. I i do want it. Pump the brakes. And just you know. Don't listen i get too carried away with it Because they've only practiced in pads two days. But it's it's everything is you know. He's he just has the right touch. You know he. He acts like a season pro. You know the way he's been. So deferential toward jimmy garoppolo all the work he's put in those forty days he came he. He left the facility. He came back better football player. You know the forty niners you'll be said on these forty days away. Let's work on some mechanical things you know. Here's some very specific mechanical things. We want you to work on. And he did and he came back. He's throwing the ball accurately. He's throwing the ball with pace when it needs to be drilled in there. He's throwing it with nice touch when it needs to be just the last three days. I think it's been where he started. Running man he just looks the part. If you've been a fan of the forty niners for a long time. You know matt maiocco does not exaggerate. He is not a hot take artist for him. To that means trae. Lance is looking pretty damn good couple stories beyond the quarterback now first off the entire forty niners. Coaching staff wore special shirts yesterday at practice with lynch and the number forty seven on the back and honor of gm. John lynch who's going to be inducted into the hall of fame on sunday. Deebo samuel was back at practice after missing tuesday with groin. Soreness nick bosa didn't practice but it was a regularly scheduled maintenance day samson buco didn't practice no maintenance day for him though he was quote nicked up. We always give you something to read something to watch and something. You might have missed something to read on this thursday. You've heard me talk about how good d ford has looked. This year will go. Niners nation dot com and check out the article from a cash on a veranda and he took a deep dive into just how much d. ford could help the pass rush this year if he can remain healthy something to watch one quote from defensive coordinator d'amico o. Rien's who went out of his way to praise strong safety cave on wilson and his press conference yesterday and when asked specifically if there was a competition between he and whiskey tar ryan said quote. We'll see what happens. That's not what you wanna hear. If you're jakubowski something you might have missed as you know. Forty niners open the season on the road in detroit. Here's lion's head coach. Dan campbell meeting the media yesterday. Normally what i do is i get. I'll get to vinci. I go you know. Starbucks get to vinci.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"Slated to be the twenty sixth toughest. So it's a perfect opportunity for trae lance to maybe beat up against some of the bad defenses in the nfl. If in fact he does get that chance. We obviously don't know but if he gets in there. I think it's gonna go quickly. It's going to build quickly for his stats. It'd be amazing because a he's going to be throwing deeper than jimmy garoppolo but he has weapons that are going to get him so many yards after the catch. So it's going to even build up dad's even more and if you can get them These he can accurately get them. The ball and space oatman like brandon. I you. I think we're really be a superstar in this league within the next couple of years and we already judged. Kendall just has to stay healthy. Are you worried at all that. Deebo samuel is already banged up again and missing practice. Yes kyle shanahan said this week depot came into otas and he wasn't quite in shape so that was red flag for me number one. Then kyle says you know what he's coming to training camp and he looks like he's in the best shape. I've ever seen him the next day. Deebo missed practice with groin. Growing tightness groin injury. Whatever you wanna call it like the next day now. He was back the day after that. So which is good but it just always seems to be something with him. He's always nick up banged up. Is he gonna play. I mean he only played more than fifty percent of the snaps in like four games last year. I don't even know if it was that many so like even the games he played in he was out there all the time. And it's just it's frustrating. Because he makes such a difference when he's actually on the damn field he plays so tough right. So i guess that's why you'd be banged up but you wouldn't think you. Would it be getting tackled that much in practice or in. Oh you think they'd be putting him into situations where he's not putting his body into danger but yeah now he's already dealing with a groin injury those ken linger like just like the hamstrings rankin linger. There's something about divas body just doesn't seem to be able to hold out. I am a little bit worried about him. Now they're going to be fine if you know. He misses a couple of games. They have other playmakers but again fantasy. I don't wanna touch deebo samuel. I really don't so. There's another reason that i think trae lance needs to start and it has something to do with what you just said about. Deebo samuel so. I wanna get to that when we come back. And also trent williams gave an interview with. Knb are that. I think he said something that he may wish he could take back. Thanks.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"We invited joe well to discuss how the pharmacy business has evolved to meet the changing times and one such evolution will get into is the rising use of pharmacy benefit managers by insurance companies. And i'm also curious well just to hear what it's like to be a pharmacist in the oil center where it's just bustling next door to sean pine. So i thought this good time to introduce you to people and let you talk about your story. And what. She d- for olympic. And i wanted to have you on. It's gas plus. You're kind of our local pharmacists. I feel privileged and privilege to be able to work in the oil center. Also by mr komo and We we have a A great clientele. I mean we reach out All the way to lafayette north to some young's ville and then there's several pharmacies everywhere. Some were used to going to see mr and myself working different places. What tell me you grew up in eunice. I grew up near us. Your story and how you got here. Thank you so born in eunice my Father was bernard fruit jay He died but he was a pediatrician. There and my mother Is an and she still lives there. And i have a five siblings My oldest brother is bernie and andres next. And then john and eunice kelly scofield and then patrick lives in eunice So we're four of us here. Lafayette and We all have learned to love living your hobby. I i did have an aunt who lived here also so We got to know a lot of the people here. Lafayette since. I've been here since i've been out of college right well. What led you to become a pharmacist. Well i i remember when i was in in college at lsu e. and Kind of saying well. I'm gonna be a doctor white. My dad and I i really at one point had thought about my first job delivery guy for pharmacy john les at fifty way eunice anyway and so i thought back about that and then i said oh i'm gonna i'm gonna be a pharmacist and i wanted to go and meet my friends either at yale or at lsu So i went to lsu because was already in the system. Before i had to go to monroe which alright worried about going way up there. I'd never. I'd never been away from home yet. That was the only place to study monroe or xavier university which is a private college and northwestern probably make more sense. You had northeastern u. l. hill. Yeah so Yeah it was great. College had a great college life there. i did come home to south to the good thing was you could pass through on the way back. And maybe if he came and do so stuff like that but it but I made a of friends there and a lot of connections and Did you stay there after college or did she had back after college. You had to work So many hours in your last semester. And i worked at University medical center and so Also worked at albertson's johnston and you have to be supervised before you can actually independently so many hours. And so i think all professions should have that farmers utilizing a lot. Yeah you learn a lot africa. But so i was lucky to work at university medical center. There was a couple other jobs. That when i went to work there they thought that was something that i wasn't like a clinical pharmacists. Just because it worked at university medical center which you do see a lot. How how is that. You just see every type of illness you may. You may work at a hospital and not do any of the chemotherapy or some of that. Total parental nutrition where they have to feed them through veins so we did a little bit of everything. I learned as i went. And you know we learned in school but there were book on how to make the i v.'s. And it was very interesting to me and i had great pharmacists work with everywhere that i've i've been So after that i went to i wanted to work in retail The pay was better too. But a i went to work finally for knb. Which is now on johnston. I went to work kane be. I was a floater. And so i worked a little bit like charles which i'll not just not just wanna live in lake charles life but i finally got come back to life yet and i was still floating. I i had a license in texas so i'd go in texas sometimes and all the way up to longview sometimes but it was interesting. I met a lot of people doing that. and then went How did oh i went. I was offered a job with a management company. Which was they flew me somewhere and rented me a corn on your room and nobody had ever done that for me. That doesn't happen to pharmacist too. Often what did they want you to do. So get these contracts these hospital contracts and they run the hospital. they run the form of the. The hospital still gets the income from the pharmacy. They don't to worry about the personnel or inventory. It's all through It had a little bit of buying power and that was in south texas. Like why do. I want to live in town. The size of the unit was port. Levada around that you really anew no way what and i ended up. Befriending like some Some families with joe bring me over for a barbecue on sunday so it was. But i didn't get the opportunity to move to dallas to their corporate office. Were doing home. Ib therapy there. And so that that worked for a little while but they weren't marketing it. I was of doing my own marketing. Which i'd never done that either before some cold calling and a then i made a call to home and i came back to work for. Knb as they offered me a job in jennings moved back to eunice okay which was odd for their experiences. And so i had a great schedule at jennings with the custom line Alan cassidy so then. After that i went to work for independent pharmacy but the first time was ted carmichael in crowley core. Michaels and ted was very successful i. He taught me so much. Because you couldn't he wouldn't let myself or the other fortresses a bear show a get in his position which was where you did. You feel the most prescriptions and he took pride and that he works horrid. I'm like you know here's a guy and his business was really good. But it's the same michael's we have. That's aaron lafayette mafia in in crowley..

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"Fifth. Twenty twenty one. Here's what's happening with your san francisco. Forty niners another. Practice is in the books and it was yet another sharp day for rookie quarterback trae lance according to matt barrels. He was seven of eight and eleven on eleven situations. All four of his deep red zone snaps ended in touchdowns it was a pass to jordan mathews zone touchdown on a hand off to win gaughman where lances fake held the defense as own keeper. Td where lance walked in on touched. And according to jason ponti the best throw of the day with a shot to the back of the end zone to symbol webster case. You're wondering jimmy. Garoppolo six of eleven incompletions and the red zone. Starting offense score touchdowns on one of four plays all. The momentum seems to be trending in one direction and that is in trae lances direction and that is not just me saying that. Listen to a couple of things. First we start with offensive coordinator. Mike mcdaniel who threw in this little interesting nugget about trae lance and how well he knows the offense. There is a an element of confidence that is unique. I wouldn't say he's he's loud or boisterous. He has a confident swag that. I think really appeals to players He knows the pressure that's on him like any other player so he really is really comfortable in his own skin. I'd say and he's getting to the point where he can correct other players which from a coach's perspective is all you're looking for you want a coach on the field. You know the the person that a receiver is going to listen to much more than a coach is the guy that's throwing them the ball so he's he's been very good with that and i think a lot of guys respond to that manson's ben with the team for a few months and he's already correcting people. That is exactly what you want to hear if you're rooting for lance to win the starting job. And what's more. Listen to this exchange between greg papa and matt maiocco on. Knb are on wednesday human covering this team in this league for a long long time. Have you ever seen a rookie quarterback this special no not even close not he's in closed no And yes i mean. I do want it. Pump the brakes. And just you know. Don't listen i get too carried away with it Because they've only practiced in pads two days. But it's it's everything is you know. He's he just has the right touch. You know he. He acts like a season pro. You know the way he's been so deferential towards jimmy garoppolo all the work he's put in those forty days he came he. He left the facility. He came back better football player. You know the forty niners. They'd sit on these forty days away. Let's work on some mechanical things you know. Here's some very specific mechanical things. We want you to work. And he did and he came back. He's throwing the ball accurately. He's throwing the ball with pace when it needs to be drilled in there. He's throwing it with nice touch when it needs to be just the last three days. I think it's been where he started running me and he just looks the part. If you've been a fan of the forty niners for a long time. You know matt maiocco does not exaggerate. He is not a hot take artist for him to say that means trae lance is looking pretty damn good couple stories beyond the quarterback now first off the entire forty niners. Coaching staff wore special shirts yesterday at practice with lynch and the number forty seven on the back and honor of gm. John lynch who's going to be inducted into the hall of fame on sunday. Deebo samuel was back at practice after missing tuesday with groin. Soreness nick bosa didn't practice but it was a regularly scheduled maintenance day samson abukar didn't practice no maintenance day for him though he was quote nicked up. We always give you something to read something to watch and something. You might have missed something to read on this thursday. You've heard me talk about how good d ford has looked. This year will go to niners. Nation dot com and check out the article from a cash on a roth and he took a deep dive into just how much e ford could help the pass rush this year if he can remain healthy something to watch one quote from defensive coordinator d'amico ryan's who went out of his way to praise. Strong safety tavon wilson and his press conference yesterday and when asked specifically if there was a competition between he and whiskey tar ryan said quote. We'll see what happens. That's not what you wanna hear. If you're jakubowski something you might have missed as you know. Forty niners open the season on the road in detroit. Here's lion's head coach. Dan campbell meeting the media yesterday. Normally what i do is i get. I'll get to vinci. I go you know. Starbucks get to vinci.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Niners Nation

"In the middle of the freaking field. it's huge. It is huge. That's why i thought it was a no brainer to play for warner because you could scheme a corner out of the defense. I think we saw that. Richard's first year to where they won't even pass on richard sherman in two thousand eighteen. Everything was on the opposite side of richard sherman literally everything and that's where he could scheme out side of cornerback one but lb one to just like rip up your whole playbook and take out everything from the middle of the field. You can't do that. You can't do that. And and i think that's why this was a no brainer for me. Paying fred warner i think the biggest thing take the i think the biggest takeaway here is how pretty cut and dry. This was like there was just no from what it sounds like. From an ounce know. Jamal adams talk yeah. There's no jamal adams type situation. There's no george cadle type situation. There's no trent williams. Hey hey. I was one more year left. But you know you'd have to worry about him hitting free agency. It seems very cut and dry like. Hey look fred we love you. We're gonna pay you. And i think it goes back to just college shanahan here. Call carl loves front warner. I don't know if anyone ever listened to call. Speak about fred warner carl. Carl could marry him. he'd probably would marry him or you know adopted as a son or whatever you know. There's a a love affair with with caution and fred warner and you know. There's a level of respect here and cows not going to jeopardize his defense over a few million dollars right you know and i think that's the biggest thing you know we we heard last off-season kill contract situation was up in the air. There was a lot of questions about it. We heard about the austin. Hooper thing they were checking checking on ingram. They're doing a whole bunch of other things around the kill contract right. Then you come into this off season trae. Williams was nearly a chief right. Because we're just. There's your penny-pinching here and there you gotta you gotta maneuver some money around with fred. There was none of that like look blank. Check here you're going to get the highest paid at your position. Which is kinda what i expected him to do. Just based on some of the numbers. You're looking at the way he is. You know he's got. I wanna say it was. If you would've did the numbers. Kerr fred one on his current you know. How have they had a structure right. The structure is built off of what a franchise tag would look like in a second look like so on his existing contract. Three point six million dollars for this year had the niners had to tag him in twenty twenty to seventeen point nine million if the head tag him again in twenty twenty three twenty one and a half million totaling forty three million dollars over three years right. So he's got. I want to say it at the end of the day. Got four forty and a half million in guaranteed dollars. So you know we're right on par with what is floor would have been anyways with those guaranteed dollars and then of course you add in the funny money on the back end of the contract you figure it out by two thousand twenty four over. The cap is well over two twenty to thirty and this is not an issue and you said it by that by that time fred is probably you know looking at an either restructure on that deal or not in the top five of contracts for his position so kudos to barat. Kyle john getting stub with no issues. I is here for a long time for those who are waiting to buy a jersey. They'll probably the jersey i would buy. Actually i did buy so. If you're gonna go by jersey get that one. Let's talk about someone else who already got paid actually a couple of years ago deport ford. He's making his way back. He's been on the facility for months now months now. Fried warner actually spoke about him in saying the ford is back So let's you know let's do something fun here. 'cause we don't know we can't predict the future on someone's health if they're going to be available and that's partially why the forty niners made the move that they did in the draft because they can't predict jimmy garoppolo south will. Let's try to pick dick. Somebody's else over under on the amount of games that deferred place places year so we talked about a pre show. And i said you know while we're growing through our notes and stuff. I was just thinking about it and i said seven pre show and i think we get ten games out of d ford and what i mean by ten games. It's like maybe he gets twenty five twenty twenty five thirty percent of the snaps during those games. You know what i mean. I'd have to obviously do bigger deep dive into this because how many third down there in a game you know second. Longs you kind of want him. Those situations right. You're not gonna put him out there on the on. The nick bosa snap counts not gonna get seventy five to eighty percent of the steps out of ford. You wanna use him sparingly. You wanna use them a rotation with ubembe with you know just just hillary. We'll get to linebackers later. But i think if you can get ten games before that's that's a massive win right and it's not about the sex. It's not about the fumbles. It's about the pressures he's going to he's going to make that right tack or left tackle. Be a little bit more on edge in two thousand nineteen nine hundred stack both in four to one side right. That's scary sight. Put kin long armstead on one side. You know you kind of have this really weird offset looking defensive line so if d. Forgive you ten games and give you fifteen to twenty five percent of the snaps. That's a win right. Because i think from some information i had had during the twenty twenty season. A lot of us believe he's going to retire right like the back was bad herniated disk and the neck and the back. There was a lot of discussion about it. You know he. Hasn't you know there was a there was a video floating around him. Working look very very thin so just real quick if you if you missed it. He was Fred warner was on the Knb are he said he is great owner. Said he looks great. he's back. I've seen him plenty and he's been working his tail off another type of player that he is in the fact that he's back healthy is going to give us a huge advantage. Some really excited to see him back. I know his mind is right. Mentality is exactly what we need for the defense. So charlotte's afford one. I hope he's healthy just for his own personal sake and to gives you anything. That is a massive. W for this defense. That is lacking in an edge pass. rusher i know is buca. Manila's bosa but we'll get to that stuff later in the show but if d gives you ten games ten to twenty five percent of the snap counts on defense..

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"knb  r." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"knb r." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"One. four is a high dr old this one and a giant have gone ahead and on his first career head against kenley. Jansen was a bomb. Two run homer three two two giants. You're the night that roar. You here is dodgers fans yelling and screaming at the top of their lungs. Knb are on the call. The giants beat the dodgers. It was the game of the night. Both teams entered looking to be the first to sixty wins in the majors this year. The dodgers had to one lead in the ninth. The giants tagged three off closer. Kenley jansen to win four to two giants were oh and twenty-five when trailing entering the ninth before yesterday second blown save this week for jensen dodgers fans. They're mad. Let's move onto the nhl released the crack in. Let's get things cracking the crack and commentaries. The seattle cracking had made thirty picks the newest nhl expansion team. They officially filled out their roster. The draft was held last night of no panthers. Goalie chris trigger. Who's ninety three. Save percentage is the best of any goalie over the past two seasons. He's now cracking. Welcome do the league seattle. It's move onto some college. Football news comes in the form of texas and oklahoma working together. Well yes it's it's because they wanna leave the big twelve enjoined. The pom pom pom s. e. c. After hearing the reports texas am athletic director. Ross bjork said quote. We want to be the only. Sec program in the state of texas. There's a reason why texas am left the big twelve. I also want to be the starting quarterback of the raiders. We all have wants bjork. Also said he and fellow. Sec athletic director said not discussed bringing texas and oklahoma into the conference yet. Sports center brought to you by indeed. Indeed has this. Irene tool called instant match and it really lives up.

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"knb  r." Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"knb r." Discussed on Rap It Out

"Palace inspired by the gospel of good good rapper. R.i.p good rapper. You are located may rest in peace We actually are very very producer base now and so we have a lot of super super dope producers. Left field just popped in echo. If by another name yay think we have. I think every dope producer on rap. Pat i think is in that server. Now i might be forgetting one or two names but i think every producer that produces consistently on rat pet isn that serve now along with the other people that we've networked with from youtube when knb's pulled from her fan base and other discourse servers that choosen People that i've met with locally pulling those people in the so definitely definitely a dope community producers go in there. They streamed their beasts network with them We do voice chats with people. We don't do three styling but that might be something we end the future but essentially if you go in there you get raided depending on your current skill level and then you can network with people in your current skill level and if you're at the top of the food chain you get special access to where only the top people have access and so if you're a serious artists that makes dope music. You can choose only to network with those people and avoid all the trolling that you would normally get from like a rapid environment and yeah basically. You're making a server for people to for people to trained but also for people to find good conduct sin like for example. There's cayenne beaters echo. There's don't there's hydro beats there's bass producers and there's that then there's the opposite side. There's fucking moses moses. There's people that can mix really well the artists the people that you can call ab with like a fucking apollo jack psycho. There's so many people that cj fucking cj's dope and he's being so slept on love cj. Love versatility is crazy absurd. Yes jeez fucking dope as fuck. I have to start making some music as bubble. That's a different story. Yes i'm gonna sir doing music in twenty twenty one. I'm probably gonna take a break from battling in january. Actually have a fucking ken be. Dad's been sitting in a vault for a couple of months now so i could probably drop a single track on rapid teased. The people yes do it can be saucy with the beef. The aussie yeah. It's a it's a fast beat as well. So it's basically a bait into having people click on the same link like ten times to listen over and over to the last verse because the last person i be absurd like the last verse gonna be fucking last is going to be interesting. I'm just gonna say damage that'd be goes faster than good alabi. Yeah it's gonna be. It's going to be a nice challenge at least over. Sure we'll go forward to a man. I don't think i've actually heard a song from you. it's for best. I actually still have my cypher submission. Unlisted on my soundcloud. So technically i still have my first ever recording but at the same time i have recorded that with a webcam mike woulda chain ninety five mask over it with the beat was playing in the fucking speakers of four. That's more than horrible. That's that was a bad sarah. But now i got good headphones. I got an editing software. I got a mike actually. Good shit i can. Actually i think god this strictly for byu be like i legitimately god this specifically for byu ob purposes. But i'm gonna use it for music obvious as you have. I think the thing about bya will be is like everybody will not everybody like most people who are dope have come through byu ob at some point in time. It's just so good honing opin game. I don't think everybody is wired to be a battler case in point me all but i think the pin game diligence. That you need cappella battle rap is definitely needed at some point. In time of your artistry it helps a lot like really helps boost that learning curve for you significantly underpin game. I could not. So if i didn't experience this i wouldn't be this bucking a much agreeing with you like i've been on. Byu before four months now battling on capelle before that before byu ob. I was the type of dude that would rhyme his bars internally and internally only like she would only have mid rhymes between two bars but words would not mind what all. Oh tough tough so would would be some sort of flow and it would work but not really would be. It's horrendously weird in both the weird way and the fucking like what. I don i cannot tell if i like that or not. It's really hit or miss. And before bulimia was so guidon back i i i cannot express how utterly on orthodox lee trash i could be so i think you guys that did a very good job with the oil. Ba thing do. I wasn't very successful project with the battles. I think it improves the pain games. Fuck low end if you haven't tried it out. I believe that you still have a couple of spots. Open on the sign up forms so fucking. Check that out on rapid get on. Byu will be as fast as you can. Sharpen your fucking penn game. One of act ever have a chance back So i think that's that's really dope thing you do with the hustlers palace and all does a ranking system actually consists of you ranking people ordeal. Assign people to do that most of the time. It's whoever gets there first. We try not to keep people in the waiting area for too long the waiting area. So when you join the only area you have access is the waiting area. I kinda as a buffer for like people that want to do like surveys and all that type of stuff and you can't get access to anywhere in the server until you are properly ranked and so usually go through given level one. Let them post their Recordings or beats or whatever and the himself promo tabs and then we kind of assigned ranks off of that the initial rings is. It's either me doing it or one of the elite for the four badminton there. It's me jake. Knb and then mcgee so one of us spoil assign the people there and then for promotions we go through and talk about. India admin conversations. It's anybody's ready to be promoted which we have been promoting a handful of people recently. But it's always a collaborative decision because you don't want to lower the standards of the server that you have at all because the reason it works so well is because the divides are so crystal clear and also because you worked as it seem not as individual like most times. I know because. I'm modding on so many fucking servers. Good fucking god. I don't know who i have gone to sleep..

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Tiger remains Masters betting favorite

Gary and Larry

01:44 min | 5 years ago

Tiger remains Masters betting favorite

"The reality is that tie block i mean his numbers are incredible against the dodgers here they are he's got a one sixty seven one sixty seventy ira in four starts against l a so i was pitch well against them that's the thing that's a great spring i mean tie block in the spring fifteen strikeouts one walk three sixty three yards in the cactus so he's going good they think they want to show a little confidence in the kid all right you had enough of that three man booth i guess so that's it we'll take a quick break come back and wrap it up some reuben foster news maybe this is legitimate news the latest the latest and greatest from on ruben all right straight ahead on these sports later gary and larry on knb are six eighty the sports leader brian all right it's almost masters time that's right tiger woods soon to be back in the hunt at augusta national i mean if you told me six months ago heck six weeks ago the tiger would be you know right there at at you know going into the masters as one of the favorites if not the favourite i haven't checked recently i would have thought no way no how no chance but man tiger what a comeback and with tiger soon back in the hundred augusta now is a great time to try one week fantasy golf at draftkings now fantasy football a lot of fun fantasy baseball i don't do that much i just i get i get to overwhelm by how many pitching changes and substitution i gotta make and i just don't want that close fantasy golf is awesome why because it's easy draft kings is set to give out one hundred thousand dollars in total prizes for the first major the twenty season with the top prize being ten grant that's right somebody's gonna make ten thousand dollars.

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March Madness: Kansas joins Villanova, Loyola-Chicago, Michigan in Final Four

Talkinng Baseball with Marty Lurie

01:52 min | 5 years ago

March Madness: Kansas joins Villanova, Loyola-Chicago, Michigan in Final Four

"Final four is set kansas beat duke in overtime this afternoon eighty five eighty one the final they will now head to the final four they'll take on villanova who beat texas tech earlier today seventy one to fifty nine of course yesterday michigan got by florida state fifty eight fifty four and loyalist chicago the ramblers keep on rambling they beat kansas state seventy eight to sixty two so the final four is said the first game will be next saturday loyola and michigan followed by kansas and villanova and then of course the national championship game will be monday night from the alamo dome in san antonio texas right we're gonna get on outta here thanks so much to josh hall of by the way coming up on the other side i got a chance to talk to blake anderson he's a bay area native into if you're familiar with the show work a hall ix one of the alltime funniest shows from comedy central absolutely loved that show blake's bay area dude and the same guy from workaho alex they got together and they made a movie for netflix and it's called game over man and i it was released on friday i saw the movie it was hilarious so we decided we wanted to have blake on the show to promote the movie and a anytime a bake cats out there doing some cool stuff we want to show much love so we're going to roll that out for you coming up next thanks to steve fishman for up cut up some sound earlier today as well warriors and jazz coming up see how the warriors charge ahead without number thirty in the lineup all right thanks a lot everybody coming up next blake anderson from the show workaho alex he's a conquered native right here on the sports leader knb are six eighty on april sixth stop talking stop moving don't make a sound because if they hear you they want you critics are calling a quiet place really and genuinely scary it's nothing short of spectacular now it's one hundred percent.

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Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

CBS Sports Radio

01:11 min | 5 years ago

Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

"Four one five eight away knb are as funny four zero eight said baltimore's no joke those kids know how to ball but my bracket is eft absolutely and then here we go seven 707 seven i have another sharks fan saying that the sharks don't have enough scoring ability to win the cup well you know i it's all about a hug all in the playoffs but and they've got to get that power play going but nice foreign to put up a seven spot tonight they need to get jumbo back with i don't know if that's happening and then the golden state warriors who we found out earlier today kevin durant got a problem with this rebel little fracture he's going to be out for a couple of weeks there already without clan stuff they lose tonight to the kings at oracle the number one seed that ship just sailed on down the river that's not happening now it would be highly unlikely not only because the war warriors are banged up and they're putting out guys there i mean the starting lineup tonight was just something that you never thought that you would see for a warriors game draymond green andrea go darlas zaza pachulia quinn cook and nick young by the way quinn cook we finally saw what we've been hearing about this guy and what he's been accomplishing and the g league quinn cook tonight had the touch ten of thirteen from the.

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