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"karen williams" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"So this is definitely just one of many spots. Trees aren't just pretty to look at. They're a great noise buffer. They create shade that cools the area down, essential as climate change makes temperatures hotter for more of the year. They also soak up water, key to preventing floods from heavy rainfall, another impact of climate change. And trees help fight climate change itself. They're great at absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. So rinker says this is about more than trees. This is an issue of quality of life and public health and really just making sure that everybody has the same access to green space. The communities around the port of Savannah are working to maintain their quality of life as the port gets busier and busier. These cities can only hold so many warehouses because we have to have commercial and residential space to sustain our city. Karen Williams is a city council member in pooler, which sits just inland from the port along I 95. It's an ongoing thing for all cities to be proactive in looking at what your land use is and what it is projected to be. Some communities on the coast have lived with industry on their doorstep for a long time. Tyrone wear leads one such neighborhood. We know they're not going anywhere. They've been here, but we were here long before they were here. He says others can learn from his community as they try to balance industry and daily life. In the next story in this series, we'll explore some of those solutions, Emily
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No. 8 Irish ride Coan's arm, defense to 34-6 win over Navy
"Jetcoin completed twenty three of twenty nine passes for two hundred sixty nine yards and a touchdown as C. F. P. number ten Notre Dame something maybe thirty four six Cullen toss a seventy yard scoring pass to Kevin Austin late in the first half was covered too we ran the same play before and I knew that I was open play before so I was kind of like you know I'm open I'm open on the sideline coach guys yelling at him and so you know we were in the play again and obviously you know the results you know speaks for itself Karen Williams ran for ninety five yards and two TV's on seventeen carries helping the fighting Irish rack up four hundred thirty total yards maybe control the clock with thirty four and a half minutes of possession but the midshipmen completed just one pass for eighteen yards and rushed for one hundred sixty six yards I'm Dave very
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Williams has 91-yard TD run, No. 11 Notre Dame beats NC
"Karen Williams ran for a career high one hundred ninety nine yards on twenty two carries helping alleged threat Notre Dame hold off North Carolina forty four thirty four Williams raced ninety one yards for a TD early in the fourth quarter that was probably my most exciting college run for so just being able to cross view that is a really felt I wanted high school runs is coming back all the way across field and just hitting it where it wasn't supposed to go in making people miss when I needed some tar heels quarterback Sam Howell finished twenty four of thirty one passing for three hundred forty one yards one touchdown and one interception how was the first Carolina quarterback to throw for more than ten thousand career yards Irish QB Jack Coan was sixteen of twenty four passing for two hundred thirteen yards and a score he also had a rushing touchdown I'm Dave Ferrie
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Williams leads No. 13 Notre Dame past Southern Cal, 31-16
"Karen Williams ran for a season high one hundred thirty eight yards and two short touchdowns on twenty five carries in Notre Dame's thirty one sixteen victory against southern cal Williams had a one yard run late in the third quarter to put the thirteenth ranked Irish up twenty four three in route to their fourth straight win in the ninety two game series you can see geyser making block pushing the line of scrimmage to make it easier for us as running backs to hit a hole in Macomb explosive runs Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan completed twenty of twenty eight passes for one hundred eighty nine yards and one TD freshman quarterback Tyler Buchner ran for a score with four fifty two left after USC got within twenty four sixteen I'm the ferry
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
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"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"With at comes from that's the and not really giving people illnesses as diagnoses like that. Let me to his diagnoses unless you will actually sit in his natural marin that laugh at all and one funds that you know you don't get that kind of thing anyway so putting as kick saying to not write these things down on paper with terrible family laws and things that are going on because it's not actually accurate you're not supposed to make these diagnoses when somebody's extreme trauma. She not supposed to do that so when report writers are saying you know i interviewed the family and the woman has got borderline Soda especially doing the wrong thing because he cannot interview someone and make personality disorder diagnosis on somebody in extreme stress. You just do it. It's it's actually wrong and this report rhonda's ally cowboys and they just ride it anyway and the judges don't check and there doesn't seem to be any kind of regulating body in any country that i'm aware of these happening. Everywhere that people can put up signs. They armor unite damning report. Right up. you could be a social worker. You can be a psychologist psychiatrist really natta and you can say whatever you want. And at the end of the day you have to remember that these people are just as likely to be coerced and chomped by an abuser shades. And he will. He will charm him and hate. You know that we'll be negotiations going on marriage. Well he's been playing that report writer the whole time. Yeah and they knew these reports. Come out which say. She's got a borderline personality disorder. And those women come to make like the told me of borderline personality disorder and i'm like how could they possibly come up with that unique Do that to someone. There is no way to even address that injustice. There's no way that you can get hold of a copy of the report laden. She's got no way to get a second opinion because she's an elected. Take those reports anywhere or got..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"But i thought it was really a proposed to our conversation because what. I came away from watching the second season. I just thought this really pisses me off. Because what he did was a lot of what we discussed already. Make her basically. It was crazy making through her subtle. Subtlety his charm and even though people recognized her friends and family recognized that they still stood by him over time. They drifted away from her. You know and in the end she killed both of them her ex husband and her new wife and her children basically blamed her Didn't see her as a victim at all and so it just was fairly sad because part of what made it confusing. you know. it's not a clear narrative of people who are not clear of course control because she was a bit narcissistic. She was clearly very narcissistic in the sense that a herself worth was so tied to her femininity and her role as a mother and being valued as a wife and the woman in society was status and when he took that all away it made her crazy and there was no clear interpretation of that. You could stay on on the side of the perpetrator here very easily. From the way the show was done. So i just i just felt very sad because you know most people that are not going to be able to identify these kinds of behaviors and patterns and improperly support person who is being harmed right the victim but this happens all the time in our family low cooks. It happens all the time. I say every day where they have been. You know. we've got a traumatize mother and you put her on the stand and she she zipping yelled at by mail magistrates and lawyers and being asked why she suddenly rising allegations of beef. Hasn't full time before that. An hey presents perfectly and hayes baffled by her craziness and he's like look she's paying like this the whole time and he presents perfectly. He's got he's cool right where she is absolutely traumatized..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"On in like public crimes like mass murderers mass shootings. There's always this mental illness narrative will. Oh well they just did it because they were ill and on or we. Can you address. The relationship between mental illness and men who abuse among the general population has mental illness. So you are going to get abuses that have mental illness of course and but the vast majority of the uses do not have mental illnesses and in fact the very fact that they're able to control the behaviors and every other aspect of their lives and often now very very successful people the worst abuses that i've saying the ones that have the most amount of power and they've got high positions in jobs in. They're very well respected. People like them to have an intellectual in empathy. They know what behaviors they can do to create a reaction out of the people around them. They really do that very very charming. Paypal. and so on a superficial level they can look very much like wonderful human being and held positions of trust but then at home they completely different. And that's what's the most terrifying aspect for women who are in may's relationships who are aware that the world around them loves partner thinks they partners amazing things are so lucky to have a man like that often. Hey has made her look kinda crazy to his friends and actually she's audit guy. United has gone crazy. And so the idea that. There's something kind of wrong way path and then come home and be completely different person. That's not mental illness. That socio pathy in a very different thing. Art aren't sociopaths mentally. No they're not they don't know it is not that is not a a mental illness it is top of piss nalty taught way where you don't have the empathic skills ability to fail things on the reality of way. Socio pathy originates childhood trauma to is another really good reason to address abusive homes from the grassroots to be stopping domestic. Violence is important because we would actually reduce creating perpetrate as well. I mean i think anybody who like a crime affects you're not like myself like all the crime dramas the narratives valdis perpetrators these. They've all experienced some sort of childhood trauma and then they become serial killers mass murderers in some way these crime shows. And it's not like we don't know and we can even that what's going to happen. You look at the at jail population and you know almost all of them have got histories of childhood abuse. What we do say the visit genetic. I will actually really know if it is genetic nominee given that we live in such a pitch apple society. It men have experienced abuses. Children do tend to end up with forensic history so they're either go into criminal behavior. They externalizing anger fix our anger outwardly. To other people whereas women batted experienced abuses. Children will have an internalizing anger and they hurt themselves. They hate themselves..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"She talks about worth but each shaved hyman. He and prizes for that is positive reinforcement. Just like we were the animals and he is training her to do things. Hey locks and he makes adopt these belief systems. And remembering that. If you're told over and over again that women that go to work those that don't really value their children. Not just women that stay at home and then you cut off from friends. That could argue that out cutoff from watching television. Most of the time. You're not allowed to speak to your parents. You might say you know. That's not the case you Monopolized by someone and then viewpoint becomes yours. It's a it's brainwashing that happens and sometimes it's really obvious like that and the easy for someone on the outside to save it. Sometimes it's really seattle and what happens to a woman that is under the that level of stress is because she's trying so hard to keep him happy she and she has such low self esteem as well and she's spending her entire life her entire existence is about keeping him happy so he doesn't hurt her she just spent lafon defense mode and everything is about choosing the things that will make him be kind to her and the children such that things like you know. What do i want fifty now. They can't even make that decision because what they want for. Dinner is what they partner wants the because that will keep the partner in a good mood and he would not be grumpy. if he's got the in three veg that you know he she she'll know him inside how she'll know that he's favorite foods his favorite activities and she would she would choose those things and say that the hit choices because it will almost fail luckett set choice because the reward of him in a good mood is so were you know not getting attacked you know. And that's part of the walking on eggshells things. It's not just avoiding the bad behavior. It's about trying get him to be happy in the kind in our preempting the behaviors that will make him happy and preempting behaviors..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"To live with them. You have to really care for. It has to be survival thing to believe. It's you rot. It's it's actually easier to think that the problem laws review within your character because then it gives you a sense of control. If there's something wrong with me. And i fixed myself than i can get rid of this threat hanging over me at all times. That's a much easier way to try to frame things in your mind. Think you living with a munster. Isn't it so when you try to break down that belief system with someone you have to be really careful about. Not hurting them. Further in the in that process of making sure that they ready for that journey and making sure that you allow them time to process these changes a belief systems. And if you've fraught and they've been away or if you make them recognize abused too quickly to the point where they been. Don't wanna come back to you if they haven't left him. Because i think they gonna let you down. You know you're you're going gonna laugh at them because it's the with him and they. You made it very clear last on that you know that. That person is appeased I'm not leaving him. So i better not go back to that up. I'm so it's really very very tricky about making sure you. You do things at a pace. That's not timid gene. Can you recognize how the uncovering these things as traumatic in and of itself. So what you're referring to. As i guess trying to be sensitive to potentially their sense of shame but you know to the extent that they don't have the means to leave as many women don't because of gender equality and it is a choice to have to stay. I mean it's not really a choice to have. The state is a necessity to have to stay versus. i guess homelessness and and whatever other scenario that they're weighing in their minds are there opportunities. Do you have conversations with them about the long term safety plan of maybe you..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"I was studying obesity and then he realized that a big majority of the cases where women were not able to to keep the weight off was a function of their Unaddressed unhealed trauma around childhood sexual abuse. Is that something that people in the medical profession are aware of this mind body emotion connection. Because it's you know. I mean it's ace's now i think more mainstream but i think that the origin of that study in it of itself should really point a lot of fingers towards the work that you're doing. Look i mean that studies old and it keeps coming out as new on in the news all the time. It really hasn't had the uptake. That i would have thought it should have had and i think it's because it's so challenging to what we have traditionally accepted as medicine which which look loves list of symptoms has a very black and white view of things and especially in car trade which you know if you think about the dsm which was created almost exclusively What males they just lists of symptoms really and they don't talk at all about way. Those symptoms are originated and so women that are traumatized yes showed i fit into those lists of symptoms. But so does anybody that haege mansa stress like that and that's the normal reactions to obscene levels of stress. Really and when we don't have that as part of the criteria so it doesn't say anywhere in that you know you have to have experienced stress that stretches contributor it just looks like just suddenly developed a whole bunch of symptoms and it must be something. We net person's genome personality. That has caused the peasants had these symptoms and therefore our treatments addressed the At all you know in a in australia treatments of very simplified simple models like Not that we don't do full for people that are not able to pay that the kind of treatment they get. That aren't really. Get the kind of therapeutic tumor informed therapy that they really do nate. And in fact you know with all of our psychologists Just coming at universities me with that the skills which is a function of just not recognizing violence in women. And you know. I've also heard that theory from other experts in the psychiatry field. You know the cultural history is such that it is so gendered against women in pathologising sexism. Racism all kinds of in that we as humans have come up with and so that the theory was that all psychiatric symptoms were a function of trauma. You know and that if we only dealt with trauma they came from racism. Trauma came from poverty or trauma that came from whatever it is that those are all forms of violence. Physical violence is a different category. But it's more like psychiatric spiritual violence and that the natural reaction is that people will present with wanting to seek numbing through addictive behaviors do substance use through or self self-harm depression etcetera on and on. Does that resonate with you it completely resonates man..
"karen williams" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"Cancer Respond ben we. We get very active in public health campaigns and i haven't seen doctors getting involved enough on something. That is a huge health issue for women. Well so let me just ask what is the gender breakdown of your members. Is it mainly women that care. Yes that is absolutely true and what we ended up doing was actually saying we only wanted to have female doctors in way because what we found is of course that people that are interested have often had experiences themselves and what we didn't want to have discussions and arguments that whether it really was agenda issue. Not we wanted to take that we're going to be in his organization. G be already at the point where where at where is absolutely agenda issue and that is where our focus is going to be sitting there arguing amongst ourselves that whether it is or isn't you have to be already in that spot to join the group. Yeah that's unfortunate. Because obviously i would say the majority of doctors are still men and we still. You know. there's some people who don't have the choice to choose a female doctor. Maybe with lived experience and so similar to her own and so it creates a bifurcation. Where a big part of the people who are service providers are not going to be educated and trained properly. And actually don't buy into what it is that you're working on right. So it's i guess that's true in advocacy in general like which underneath We need men to be part of it and how many men actually call themselves feminist. At least there's more white people who are caring about racism and calling themselves anti-racist but not so much on the gender front yes. It's what crickets isn't it. When you start talking about violence towards women most of the time you don't hear anything from men really not interest. I like to say that they're equally affected. Women that just as bad as men and we really wanted to avoid those kind of conversations because we really wanted to speak constructive with what we do not anything that we talked about was things that was going to push us forward rather than sitting there and getting entrenched you not arguments that have really this much evidence to tweeden vulva going through the documents remo. Well when you were sharing your i guess indoctrination into medicine and how so much of the psychiatric symptoms that were presented to you actually functions. You know a response to trauma to abuse it. We've talked on this. Show a lot about the origin of aces. Add re out adverse childhood experiences. And the dr vincent feleti. I'm just curious. Is that study and the origin of that study. You know where he..
"karen williams" Discussed on KOMO
"In debt The measure which is expected to pass the House will allow the U.S. to borrow money to pay its bills through December President Biden rolled back a Trump era mandate which reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah The White House says it's committed to protecting areas like it for all time and all people Former president Trump is telling some former advisers to ignore subpoenas from the house January 6 committee Sources confirming that a Trump lawyer sent letters to the president's former advisers Mark Meadows dance gavino Steve Bannon and cash Patel telling them to reject house subpoenas to testify and provide information about what they did in helping the president push his false election fraud claims President Trump claiming they didn't need to talk because of his executive privilege most of the others called to testify are expected to comply ABC's Andy field in Washington President Biden says COVID-19 vaccine mandates were headed in the right direction if we don't keep our eye on the ball here We still have a long way to go He was on a visit to a construction site in Illinois where employees must be vaccinated You're listening to ABC News Stay connected stay informed 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening komo news time 6 O two downtown Seattle mostly clear skies now in 57° I'm Alisa jaffe with Rick van Sykes and here are the top stories from the como 24 7 news center a corrections officer is shot and the shooter is still on the run Como's Ryan Harris is in mason county with more That officer was stepping out of his car outside the Department of Corrections field office in Shelton around 6 Thursday morning when DOC says he was shot in the abdomen Neighbor Donna was up fixing breakfast when she heard what we want to warn you is disturbing Donna tells me this and other recent incidents have her a little more worried about her safety I mean I still love Shelton There's hardly ever any disturbances but in the last month or so it's definitely something that you want to be vigilant about and let your let your community know like you know there's stuff going on be observant The officer was taken to the hospital for treatment and his injuries are described as non life threatening Police sent out a dog to try to search for the shooter but so far they've been unable to find him In Shelton Ryan Harris komo news a former Seattle basketball star among those indicted for an alleged insurance fraud ring or from como's Jeff pujol Tony roten was a standout at Garfield high school in the University of Washington before playing for four seasons in the NBA But federal prosecutor Audrey Strauss says he and 18 others stole upwards of $4 million from the league's health and welfare benefit plan One former player Karen Williams was the scheme's linchpin He provided the other former players with false invoices for medical and dental procedures that they never received Trailblazers assistant coach milt palacio was indicted as well also involved as a Washington state wellness clinic that was not named.
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Kelly Ties Rockne as No. 12 Irish Hold off Purdue 27-13
"Karen Williams scored two long touchdowns the second a fifty one yard run with six oh five remaining as twelfth ranked Notre Dame held off Purdue twenty seven thirteen Jack corn was sacked four times and struggled with his accuracy completing fifteen of thirty one passes for two hundred twenty three yards and two TV's Avery Davis led the Irish in receptions with five for one hundred twenty yards the victory was the one hundred fifth in Brian Kelly's twelve year career at Notre Dame tying him with legendary Knute Rockne is the winningest coach in school history I'm the ferry
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"karen williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Down in 15 from the seminal 26 9 10 left in the third quarter cone out to the far sideline, complete to the 22 Kevin Austin across the 15 running up the far numbers tackled at the eight yard line. Kevin Austin caught the out route. It was thrown underneath and behind him. He spun back inside and picked up 17 yards, Quick, a quick catch and throw by Jake Jack home Right there. Those are the kinds of plays that are available for Notre Dame against this Florida state defense. 8 48 and counting left in the third quarter. Notre Dame leads Florida State 24 20. They had first and goal from the nine yard line moving right to left ball in the four hatch Cone in the shotgun takes the snap drops back throws out of the backfield to Williams completed the 10 and run out of bounds on the far side of the eight. One of the things that keep hitting Kyron Williams the running back in the flat that pulls the defense and widen them out. I look for Notre Dame now to call some routes, with Karen Williams going to the flat. Well. Michael Mayer in the middle words wide open against that Florida state defense. First time inside the Red Zone for Notre Dame Brian Kelly during the week talked about wanting more balance between the running past once they do get into the red Zone. This is second down and goal from the eight yard line fall in the right hash code of the shotgun. Congress Williams one yard to his right takes the snap gives inside to Williams tries to move the power of the five but he is brought down. In a huge pile there just off the left guard. Made it to the six yard line gain it too. Third down and goal now from the six yard line, and this is where you might be in two down territory. If you're Notre Dame. Yes, you have a four point lead. You can make it a two score game in the third quarter if you score a touchdown Hopefully, get it here. Right here On third down. Notre Dame leads 24 20 right now. 7 30 left in the 3rd 3rd and goal from the six ball place exactly middle of the field cone in the shotgun. One of the ball now looks over to his sideline. Plenty of time 10 seconds left on the shot clock Kevin Austin's man demand to the left of the offense. He's the only wide out to the left of Cone takes a shotgun snap throws, right. Kyra Williams by himself on the seven cuts back at the five fights for the goal line at the one Did he get in? Yes, he did. Touchdown. Notre Dame Jack Cone to Kyron Williams far side of the field. Tough running quick, hard cuts by Williams. It's 30 20, Notre Dame on top of Florida State 705 left in the third quarter. Is there a ladder on that field? Because Kyron.
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"karen williams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Um I think Notre Dame Touch, undervalue some ways the team that we always want to co call overrated. They've got a lot of playmakers back. Karen Williams, Michael Meyer, good receivers, keeping on a freshman receiver named Lorenza Styles. Um Think they'll control the tempo like they normally do, and it's obviously going to be an emotional life. Florida State Given Bobby Bowden's passing, but It's tough not to go with the, uh, the Irish and that one. Yeah, I'm with you. I think they are talented as well. Bill Bennett. Thanks for being on with the sporting News. National College football writer. Make sure you check him out. Have a great weekend. Thanks again. No problem. Thanks so much Yemen next Saturday by the way at 3 30 Eastern 12 30 Pacific College football returns to CBS with a game between two armed forces. On a day will never forget when Air Force meets navy and get set for the action beginning at 2 30 Eastern 11 30 Pacific with the Mercedes Benz College Football tribute, followed at three Eastern Noon Pacific by state Farm College football. Today. College football returns the next Saturday on CBS. All right when we come back when a quarterback speaks out and says what he says. Unless you hear it. You kind of have to take heed to what he's talking about. I'll explain coming up when we return on CBS Sports Radio, But it's time for another CBS Sports Radio update with Kevin Dexter. CBS for the Sports.
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"karen williams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Well, they want to win that game. They need him on the field, and you know he was in a walking boot was 100%. That's something that's going to get talked about all week, as you saw early in that game, the hit he had on the Fresno State quarterback and able to Create that havoc and Ohio State you know they they struggled at times against Minnesota, but the big play potential is Ridiculous in that offense with the receivers with freshman running back Trayvon Henderson and CJ Stroud once he got warmed up and kept it simple. They were able to put a bunch of points on the board. So yeah, I've organized any chance to win in that game. Gotta hope that cave home can be on the field. You have any concern about CJ Stroud? The way he looked in that first game, or that's just, you know, first time on the field first start kind of thing. I think it's first start kind of thing. I mean, they've They've obviously, um It's just he looked like a freshman. That's what I keep telling people. We looked like a fresh historian, and that's pretty much older is to it. He, uh, definitely Got going in the second half because he kept it simple. It was just getting the ball in space to Garrett Wilson getting the ball in space. Krystle other, um, quick, easy reason. He's just got to settle in. But I'm not bad for a first game. First Road start a big 10 team that Minnesota came ready to play, too. How much credit do you give? Chip Kelly and U C l A for handling else you now they were at home, but a lot of people have thought. U C l A is a joke, and they're not going to be any good or their fraud. And then here comes the big, bad SEC and LSU. And last night they win. 38 27. How much credit are you giving Chip Kelly. I mean, a lot, fellas. He to win that game, and I thought, you know, I thought that was a no brainer. But, uh, the way they came out, ran the football. They're starting to turn a corner there and during Thompson Robinson, I think They may compete. Or Pac 12 championship, and it's been a little bit of a long route for them. It's kind of like they came in the season the same way as Nebraska with Scott Frost, but With that brute and brown and, uh, That sharpen it in that Russian attack. It was pretty relentless. So it reminded you a little bit of those old organ teams with Chip Kelly. And that's bad news for the rest of the Pac 12. So, yeah, very impressive Win and Obviously probably going to put else you in that order on that hot seat talks going to continue. Yeah, I think so, too. Before we let you go build Notre Dame, Florida State tonight. Notre Dame coming in ranked ninth. Mike Norville down there. Florida State. I don't know if he's Has enough to turn that thing around. I still like Notre Dame to be one of the top teams this year. What do you make of this game tonight? Doug. Be fun. You know, I think it will be definitely, uh Lot. Um, you know, on Jack Cohen and perhaps Mackenzie Milton if he starts to transfer quarterbacks, Milton obviously a great story tonight. Um I think Notre Dame Touch, undervalue some ways the team that we always want to co call overrated. They've got a lot of playmakers back. Karen Williams, Michael Meyer, good.
GSMC Football Podcast
"karen williams" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Notre dame. Lsu of could've you know been interchangeable lsu typically has more high end talent puts recruiting at the very top of its priority list but notre dame has raised ability in overall coaching Game with brian kelly. Who has won ten or more games. In each of the past four seasons in reese to see if he into eighteen and twenty twenty. The irish have five. Ap top eleven finishes in the past six years but the biggest stages haven't been brought out of them just yet. Notre dame lacks the volume of elite offense playmakers in win to win it to win it. All our Kelly also always is upfront about what matters most at notre dame but the program needs a nudge in recruiting This is a team. That's usually like i said they they can keep up. Because they're coached whale they have you know some athletes but as far as those stars. Like those unstoppable the data always in the media because we have to talk about them is They don't be having that reality is notre dame should take a step backwards in twenty twenty one as the team loses several main Main stays in quarterback ian book linebacker. Jeremiah awad sue for all. Acc offensive linemen in plays a tougher schedule. Because you know they win. Acc there was a little bit better than guys so this past season was a little different. Maybe that's probably what he picked over there It wouldn't came to sec. Onoda the key for twenty two twenty twenty. Three is to maintain the trajectory of defense under freeman getting significant upgrades on wide receivers in those playmakers for sure Their quarterback of the future is tyler but buckner who was. Espn top fifty national recruiting who practice this spring Running back projects running back projects will will with karen williams increased tyree. Notre dame is just you know. Got some people here there. They really honestly have to just bring it all together. That's all is left man. It's time to bring together all right But that's notre dame coming in at number nine man commercial break. We come back. Gary top eight all right. We'll be right back. This is your ultimate stop for everything. Sports the golden state media concepts or its podcast. More from the nfl melby the nba to mma. It's all in here. The golden state media concept's sports podcast. Listen A whole win are back man. A it is time for the top eight all like i said we are sitting here man talking about will. I don't know if you said you might be standing but we're talking about the future of nca football game we talk about the top college future. A power rankings. Top twenty five based off of who has the most talent now. You already know who's going to be in this top aide. You can name at least solid three to four Cousins usually the same three to four. There's one team. I'm super excited. That is in this type of eight. You can probably guess that you know who could possibly rooting for here But yeah man but we got some silent stuff going on here. I'm excited to get to. Let's talk about these top. Eight teams number florida gators. All right now. How many sec teams that now about four Florida gators coming in the future quarterback ranking of eight future officer ranking of eight and a future defense ranking of twelve Despite finishing last season on a three games losing streak florida's showed it could keep up offense with inclusion alabama coach. Dan mullins work with a cow. Trask reaffirming all of this while he began to really develop in. Get himself into nfl. But florida hasn't put together a complete product yet and must continue to demand. Excellence in recruiting given teams given. The team is competing in the sec. A quarterback emory jones finally gets his opportunity. He will leave the unit losing to top twenty. Nfl draft picks in a tight end. Kyle hits and qadir's tony. Florida has experienced at running back with a Dion damian damian. Stay me on pierce clemson. Transfer marcus bowman in others but Need playmakers to emerge in the passing game since those guys did leave a in this transition moving forward Jacob men who had eighteen point nine yards yards per catch in twenty twenty Could be a huge piece of the puzzle. Twenty twenty one yards per receiving. I believe The florida signed two. Espn three hundred tight ends. Engage wilcox in. Nick lindsay's in we already saw the last one. Come on here so they got some big shoes to fill a defensive coordinator todd grantham knees better in immediate results from his unit after a poor performance in twenty twenty. That's where they will kind of lose it on that end. The line could be very good. This fall have a little bit more experienced. Some transfers in antonio shelton out of penn state in decline newkirk auburn. They joined zachary carter in others. That are they're already productive. Junior of intro miller leads the linebacker gain in the gators. Signed six top one hundred defenders in the past two recruiting classes including a jason marshals. Espn top rated cornerback in twenty twenty. One.
ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"karen williams" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"The Indian government has disputed claims the death toll from its current devastating coronavirus surges being under reported. Operators of crematoria say ditz from covered 19 at home aren't being counted because they didn't occur in hospitals. India has for the six day running posted more than 300,000 new infections. Ashok Malik as senior policy advisor with India's External Affairs Ministry says every death is being reported. That's can't be hidden in the country like India. What is possibly happening is that the debts are not being categorized correctly at the moment, so people who have died off in this is related to comb it or beautiful with maybe Categorizes having died from a morbidity. Cricket Australia says it will continue to the guys with the federal government to ensure the safety of Australian players, coaches and officials still participating in India's Premier Lake. Australia is posing a wolf lights from India because of its Corona virus outbreak. There are more than a dozen Australian players in cultures remaining in the country, including test stars David Warner, Steve Smith and Pat comments. I pl teams are operating in a bubble and playing matches in empty arenas. The first of Australia's Tokyo bound athletes could receive their covert 19 vaccines as early as next week after national Cabinet agreed to part fast track access for the team. More than 2000. Athletes and officials traveling to the Olympics will now be considered a priority group under the vaccine rollout. Australian Olympic Committee CEO Met Carol says the team will be representing Australia in a high risk environment. It's a great relief for the athletes and also for their families, because it's just one of those weight off their mind that they know that we're the vaccination. They'll be obviously cipher from the whole point of view, and it would now be able to really concentrate on on the games. Earth and W ays peel region have been downgraded to an orange zone from a red sign overnight on Victoria's traffic light travel system. The decision comes after Western Australia's premier Mark McGown announced the end of a three day lockdown and no further community transmission of coronavirus. Anyone returning to Victoria from Perth or the Peel region late to take a test within 72 hours and isolate until they receive a negative result. United States has approved the style of up to a dozen lethal military drones to Australia in a deal likely to be worth over $2 billion. He's defense correspondent Andrew Green. America's Defense Security Cooperation Agency has formally given the green life for the export of up to 12 Sky guardian drones to the Australian Defense Force in 2019. The federal government down selected the lethal unmanned aircraft because an earlier choice of Reaper drones did not meet to mystic Air worthiness standards. The deal, estimated to be worth over $2 billion includes options for several ground attack weapons as well, a support infrastructure. Two police officers have been suspended with pay and one of them is expected to be charged with drug offenses after the shooting Milburn's CB Day police said they tried to stop five people in an unregistered Karen Williams straight early on Saturday morning. One of them was arrested and found to be a 28 year old off duty Sandy constable from Milburn's north waste, he's expected to be charged on summons with drug position. The other off duty officer has been spoken to about the incident. Police have discovered a large drug making site at a shade on a property in Central Victoria about $750,000 worth of drugs were found by investigators at the property just south of Bendigo yesterday afternoon. Police say 47 year old man was arrested at the scene and is assisting with the investigation. Shaking Victoria's with the details. Now on morning fog Miley across the South and 80 clearing to a dry and mild day. Isolated.
"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Knows the. We're about to find out in tonight's pop quiz will we shall see all right to make things a little more fine. You're going to be competing against lonnie. Culture is encouraged by the way all right. Oh let's go all right first. Question which famous female leads said this powerful line. If you want me me was it. A meredith grey on grey's anatomy be olivia pope on scandal Warsi rory gilmore on gilmore. Girls ooh i thought that was my cousin. My cousin rory gilmore. I don't know the way you said it makes me think it's very like insanely powerful woman. Which almost in my mind the little. I know of gilmore girls rules. I'm gonna go out and say it was meredith grey. Okay i wanna say libya pope and let's see who is right. I am not a toy you can play with when you're bored or lonely or horny i am not. The girl gets at the end of the movie. I am not a fantasy if you want me on me. I remember that. I remember it too. I wanted to. I wanted to help you enter by something. You love married livia copay. You're saying powerful own. Well what would you do if you were with the woman this dominant. I mean i'm talking about a little practice on this set. This week i'd earn. That's for sure. I do think that's like the most attractive type of woman for me as a woman who does not put up with my i qala charm. They call it bull. I think really tracked. Who don't fall for it okay. Next question on friends. When monica was teaching chandler. How to please a woman. How many erogenous zones did she say a woman has may seven be ten more c twelve. Can i get a definition of know. Eroticism definition yeah do zone on your body that would turn you on. Okay let me think about this. We got a one two three four five six seven. We gotta make me more unhappy. Eight eight eight eight nine there. We go. I'm gonna go with seven seven. Okay that's it money. what's your answer. I gotta go with ten. Okay let's see who got it right. I know this answer. Everybody knows the basic erogenous zone got one two three four have you want to hit them all and you want to mix them up. You gotta keep their toes toes. There's more women you went well past seven. I went to but i was included.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Have it. It'll be second down sent from their own 40 yard line. Still, one time out, left a trail. Alabama 21 7 Huge run By Ian Book We had that kind of play Doh see dough at the line of scrimmage before he found his lane upfield. Ball placed perfectly in the middle of the field. Both three White House to his riders in the shotgun takes the snap drops back Alabama Russia's four and throws across the middle balls, complete the score on the 40 of Alabama and tackled just outside the four hash at the 40 Yard line. Gain of 2019 seconds left the clock stopped right now book under center. Spike the ball on the clock stops. 18 seconds left Momenta manned confidence growing for Notre Dame. They're executing the small details of every play to put themselves now just outside of field goal position. There's chronic coming up with the first catch for a wide receiver today, 18 seconds left. Notre Dame has 2nd and 10 on the Alabama 47 Yard line book from the shotgun, three wideouts to his right. Alabama again. Russia's four in trouble flips the ball forward on a little shovel pass, and it falls incomplete. Wanted Cameron Williams. A Zeon was running out of the pocket to his left. So 11 seconds left. Now Notre Dame will face third down and 10 from the 40 Yard line of Alabama in Karen Williams was going charge Time out Another name their final time out. Please adjust the game clock for 13 seconds. Carl Williams going down after he chipped the defense events so hard it disrupted his rush. So he did catch the ball. Ryan son Caught the ball for a loss of one. So it's third down 11 Notre Dame from the 41 Yard line of Alabama If you thinking about a.
AP News Radio
Book, defense help No. 2 Notre Dame beat No. 25 UNC 31-17
"Ian book threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and a score and ran for forty eight yards is second ranked Notre Dame shut down North Carolina thirty one seventeen you know that they have a really good offense and that they're gonna put points up and you know felt like I was going to shoot on the beginning and we came in at halftime and just believe in what we're doing and keep doing what we're doing and focus one play at a time was the message receiver Bennett Skowronek got Notre Dame its first lead with a thirteen yard run around the right side midway through the third quarter Karen Williams ran for one hundred twenty four yards including a forty seven yard scamper with about five and a half minutes left Williams later scored on the drive to help the average approved and I don't know the tar heels were shut out in the second half after coming out of the locker room tied at seventeen apiece I'm Dave very
AP News Radio
Williams scores 2 TDs, Notre Dame stifles Georgia Tech 31-13
"Number four Notre Dame tuned up for their showdown next week against number one Clemson with a workmanlike thirty one thirteen win over Georgia tech Georgia tech's Amari Walton scooped up a fumble and rumbled ninety three yards to tie the score at seven early in the second quarter the Irish then rattled off twenty four straight points as extended the record of six oh no five no ACC Ian book was eighteen to twenty six for a hundred ninety nine yards and a touchdown well Karen Williams led the Notre Dame ground game with seventy six yards and two scores I'm Jim Hart
The Glenn Beck Show
Police Arrest 19-Year-Old Suspect For Texas Club Shooting That Left 2 Dead
"A nineteen year old man facing murder charges in San Antonio for Sunday shooting in a club the left two people dead five wounded when Karen Williams was arrested he promoted his music will hold me on Instagram underscore thirty two baby back pain not underscore that's me Williams also claim to reporters he acted in self