21 Burst results for "Kim Davis"
"kim davis" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"And yeah, I mean, there was a lot of movement on the leaderboard. I want to talk about our runner up. Unless you, am I missing anyone? Are there any other meet Kim Davis? Had a really, really Washington resident Seattle resident Kim Davis had a really good week encouraging week. He's been injured. He's been battling some stuff. He dumped one in the water on 17, so he cost himself a bunch of cash and probably moved from T three to T 6 or something, but still finished T 6. So that just feels like a win. And min whoo Lee had a hard day to define, made two 7s, you know, made a bunch of bogeys in the middle, but then birdies 16 birdies 17 and then bogeys 18. So he was T 6 also. But no, not T two, solo second. Tyrol Hatton. Shot 7 under, including 7 under on his back 9, including birdies at his final 5 holes. I mean, it was this funny, funny thing, Sean, where I've never seen tyrol Hatton so content and so happy as sitting with Mike tirico in the booth afterwards. Were you watching that interview? Yes, I was. It was like a testament to golf, I guess. Like, this, there's just no way to play a round of golf that satisfying and not come away. Almost like giddy, almost a little punch drunk. He was like giggling watching himself walk up to 18th hole smiling. I tweeted out a photo of this, but it was like tyrol smiling in the replay and then tyrol in the broadcast chair also like smiling at that thought because he played it back then almost perfect. Almost perfectly. You know what's great about that is that giddiness is something that exists in every golfer, especially like amateur golfers, who there's so much more room for perfect or for growth when it comes to players of like my level. Like single digit handicap who is capable of shooting 76. But it's also capable of shooting 96. And so the days on which you shoot 76 and you feel like you've reached this new peak. Our days in which you just smile, you are giddy, you are walking around the Clubhouse like golf is this is you like this is like Sean Zak coming home and like 35 or something. I mean all right I shot whatever 42 on the front 9 44 even. But then God damn, everything went well in the back. It made some putts like got some good bounces like how could I possibly be any more content than I am right now. And tyrol Hatton is generally the opposite of that. He is the most dissatisfied man on a golf course and he even was joking about that. He was saying, you know, I actually do like TPC sawgrass, someone asked him for his thoughts on the course. He was like, it's sort of not what I'm supposed to say, but yeah, I like this course. And finally, he was like, I don't really like the 8th hole, that 235 yard par three, like, we don't really need that.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
"kim davis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's time to talk about what's on stage with Matt Wolfram. He's the theater critic. At the international New York Times. And we're talking about musicals and very excited. Yeah, well, I'm very excited too. But these are not very jazz handy musicals. Well, at least the first one. It's a show that opened last night in London. It's called 7th disguise edge, and it was like so many shows. A delayed in terms of arriving in London by the pandemic. It was first seen in Sheffield in Yorkshire in 2019 and has eventually got to London. And it's a show about Sheffield. It's about the inhabitants of the park hill estate, which is one of these sort of brutalist buildings that has gone through many iterations in terms of how it connects up to the community. Is it a symbol of degradation or is it very gentrified now or where is it depending on where we are in society? And Richard hawley, the composer and Chris pushed the writer very cleverly done has been to take three sets of occupants of the estate over time across different decades and kind of link their stories interweave their stores into a very moving kind of Tapestry or British political history, but also what it means to have a home and what it means to call a place home. And I found it incredibly moving. There's been a lot of worry really about the new British musical. Where is it? Does it exist? Or is it just under lord Webber? And I think this does show that there is a way forward. And there are a couple more coming up, although there seem to be a little bit derivative of television. Yes, we've got the great British bake off the musical. So heaven knows what that would be like, although it does happen at the wonderful Hayden gwyn. So I'm optimistic about that. And tonight actually at The Old Vic of the fabulous Beverly knight is headlining a show called Sylvia. This is another musical that has been delayed, so it's getting a sort of after the fact opening. But should be that might be a bit more jazz handy because Beverly knight you can't help but kind of get up and dance. She's so electric a presence. Absolutely. Now, noises off. This is the wonderful wonderful kind of backstage farce by Michael frain. It's an absolute classic. It's 40 years old. Hard to believe and hard to believe that I've seen so many productions have a dating back to its Broadway premiere in 1983. So that dates me as well as it. But it's glorious. And actually, it's one of those shows that the more you know it and the more you kind of say for its intricacies across three acts, almost the better it is because you kind of clock the ingenuity with which Michael friend has put together this company of abject actors and their incredibly sort of depressed and morose director played wonderfully in this production by Alexander Henson as their touring around the country to places like Stockton on tees, a kind of 9th sex comedy called nothing on. And in the first stock you get kind of a run through of the show within the show. The second act which is an absolute masterpiece always has been and always will be is set backstage. So your backstage as the action is happening on the other side. And then the third act is when the show is absolutely on its proverbial last legs. The actors don't know which way is up, almost literally. And they've come to the end of their tether. And it's really remarkable. And you see current shows like the play that goes wrong, which about theatrical mishaps, and you think all of these noises off is greater than all of them. I have to tell you a secret many, many years ago, I played Brooke Ashton in noises. The contact lens, have you found your contact lens? It's fabulous. It's such a brilliant. Another kind of blast from my past was playing miss Julian and adaptation of strindberg's play. It was called strange bedfellows, and it was all about it was about race in Zimbabwe, but it's fantastic. Miss Julie does is lend itself very, very well to adaptations that make some kind of political commentary. And we've got a new one. Yes, this is a sort of snuck in below the radar. And I think it's very much worth flagging because, you know, obviously the National Theater in The Old Vic and noises are for great, but there's a big, huge off West End network. And this is southern playhouse by elephant and castle, said the playhouse borough because they now have two playhouses. And it's an adaptation, miss Julius, you say. It's called smoke, and it was first seen in New York 9 years ago, totally different production. It's an American writer called Kim Davis, and here it's been co directed by two women very important written and co directed by women telling a story of status, power play, who's in control, lust, sexual attraction, neglect, in the world in this version of the BDSM community in Manhattan at the time it was written. Interestingly, it was written pre me too, but it feels now and maybe because of the way the director of approached it, it feels very of the moment. And it's beautifully acted by an Anglo American couple Ali hicken and Meghan Martin, who are married in real life. It's supposed to be such an interesting thing to kind of leave your home together as a married couple, interesting on Valentine's Day. And go off and do this show, which is quite raw. Yes. Absolutely. Tell us about what's going on at the national. Well, we've got sending it the sky search, as I mentioned, and we also have the wonderful Janet mcteer, one of my absolute favorite actresses, made her career here in non program adults house, some years ago. And she's back with a Simon stone play called phaedra. Now you might think you know phaedra from euripides or Rus senior Seneca, all of whom are supposed inspirations for this play, actually, the title is a bit of a misnomer. It could just as well be called Helen, which is the name of the character that John mcteer plays. She's a politician who gets caught up and I don't want to reveal too much, but gets caught up in an illicit relationship, which just like in Racine threatens to do her in and take her family down with her. It's very, very stylized. This all set in an enclosed revolving cube, designed by Chloe Lambert, and it doesn't sort of sustain all of its changes have moved that well, but when Janet mcteer is on form, she's absolutely worth watching. Finally, Matt, two 22, a ghost story. It has just long been used as a vehicle for stars. It was Lily Allen, who was in it. Now it's the woman who doesn't need a surname. She is Cheryl really very quick question. Is she any good? She is good. I thought I didn't want to see the show again after the Leo and I thought once was plenty, actually Cheryl gives every reason to see it again and I thought was better than Lily Allen. Fabulous Matt, happy Valentine's day. And to you, Georgina. This is the globalist on monocle 24. Finally, on today's program, we're off to Portugal,
"kim davis" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Why does still exist? Can't we get rid of that? We certainly should. But it's never going to happen. So yeah, this is going to tee up some Kim Davis asshole who says, I have a masterpiece cake shop kind of argument and I don't want to issue a marriage license to we're going to have to fight that battle. I wish we didn't have to fight that battle, but I would rather build in these protections and at least kind of fight that battle on those grounds. Maybe what this will do is drive home for Democrats that just building in religious exemptions is not a thing you can do anymore. I know you said it's never going to happen. Why not? Are we not to the point where Democrats can run on like, hey, let's get rid of this piece of crap law. This is not good. Who believes this is a good thing, everybody? I'd love to be there. Let's take a look, but right now I think we're probably about. And then two other sops to religious institutions, one that says no nonprofit religious entity will be required to provide services accommodations facilities or goods for the solemnization or celebration of a marriage. There's nothing in the act that would interpret that as saying, hey, your church has to gay marry people now. And I wouldn't be in favor of that. And by the way, if you're getting married, maybe don't get married at a church. I will never understand, look, I get it. I mean, maybe this is some people who are really wanting this, but seriously, if the only way you could get married within a church that you belong to is if the long arm of the law comes and makes some person who hates you, do it. Is that how you want your beautiful wedding day to go? I just like weird to me. Look, I get that there are plenty of queer people who, for whom religion is still important to them, but this feels weird to me. I feel like if they're that bigoted against you, maybe think about your membership in that church. I endorse that 100%. And then finally, a section that says there will be no impact on anything that's not marriage, including tax status, scholarships and accreditation. So, you know, you can still have your private Christian schools that are going to teach that bigotry. And this law will not revoke the status of those private schools. By the way, like separate episode, Liberty University should not be accredited, but that's a longer episode that we don't have time for. So put that all together. This does not kind of fly over to in the sense that if the Supreme Court activist reverses obergefell and gets rid of the Fourteenth Amendment protection for marriage equality, that will mean that states I've been using Alabama because I'm sure they would be on the front lines to do this. We'll be able to go back and pass individual state level marriage amendments that will codify bigotry into state law and they will not be protected by the constitution. This is a dereliction of duty of the constitution it would be one of the most grotesque things that the Supreme Court can do, but it would rank right up there with, you know, overturning roe versus wade and reversing a half century of individual bodily autonomy over the right to control your body and to plan your family. So yeah, it's probably on the near horizon. This absolutely takes steps to protect people who have existing marriages and to prevent that kind of internecine warfare in which states say, well, we're not going to recognize a Maryland marriage now. It is unambiguously a good thing and anybody telling you it's not a good thing. I think is either way over emphasizing the sops to Republicans that were given out or they're just mistaken about it. This is a thing that we should celebrate. And I do celebrate it. All right. That's good. Take a good thing. There you go. And it passed its passing as a law. Yeah. We talked about how difficult it's going to be to get rid of rifa, like this will be a difficult thing to get rid of. And that's a good thing. This episode is brought to you by raycon. Folks be honest. Have you started shopping for the holidays yet? No? Well, why not? You know, most guests don't go bad. I'll tell you. We are actually getting on top of it because certain baby is coming 1223, which means Christmas is gonna be a little disrupted. So we're getting on top of it. And if you get it done earlier, avoiding those crowds at the mall, trying to find the parking, a bunch of karens holding you up, all those things. But here's what you can do. You can shop early,
The Ben Shapiro Show
"kim davis" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"All that is straight from the documentary, there's nothing false about anything in the documentary. All of that is well established, all of it is well verified. The attempt to try to suggest that you're not allowed to say this sort of stuff is in fact a restraint on free speech. The lawyers for Floyd's family, by the way, have said they're not going to file a defamation lawsuit because of course they don't actually have the standard. They're going to say intentional inflection of emotional distress, which no, that is not going to fly under any circumstances. The fact is that the attempt that is ongoing right now to basically verboten, anything being said in defiance of the narrative on things like George Floyd or Black Lives Matter is the reason why Candace made the documentary the greatest light ever sold, which again you should go check out over at daily wire plus. By the way, some of the things you're not supposed to talk about with regard to George Floyd's death is the simple fact that a different angle shows the Derek Chauvin's knee is actually on the back of George Floyd, not on the back of George Floyd's neck and you can actually see his knee is on George Floyd's shoulder was characterized as such by witnesses for the prosecution in that particular case. Again, truth is a very little consequence when you are attempting to establish a narrative about the supposed racism of the United States more broadly. Speaking of the supposed racism of the United States more broadly and of our institutions, I do have to comment on what is a ridiculous, ridiculous statement by Kim Davis. She's the NHL executive vice president of social impact growth and legislative affairs. If this is your job, by the way, what this means is you have to spot racism everywhere. If you're the chief of diversity at a college, you're going to say everything is diverse, we're great. You're going to pay like three 50 a year. Or are you just going to say that everything is very, very bad. So here we have Kim Davis. Again, NHL EVP of social impact growth and legislative affairs saying that the NHL's first internal demographic study found its workforce to be overwhelmingly white. Oh, you mean because the vast majority of people who play in the NFL are white and the vast majority of people who watch the NFL are white and the vast majority of people play hockey are white. I'm shocked. I can't believe it. But unless all sports, unless all institutions in America are demographically representative. Except for the NBA. Shout out. Except for, unless they are representative. This means that some grave injustice is being done, according to Kim Davis. Having
"kim davis" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Alrighty, Dylan. I watched the president's cup through my television screen. And so I had way worse view than you had. But I watched a good amount of it. I saw the Americans go up very early. I saw a little bit of the internationals, like really fight back. I saw most of that kind of on Twitter with Tom Kim highlights. And then I watched a lot of the Sunday singles, which frankly, like you said, there was a moment there was a short moment. It might have been 15 minutes long. It might have been just been ten or 12 minutes long, where it was like holy cow. It could happen again. If we're not careful here, it could happen again. So I'm curious, what did I miss? Down there on the grounds. When I was back home watching on television, what was I missing? Man, I think you were probably just missing the feeling to some extent, the sounds on the ground. I think more literally if you were at a wedding on Saturday evening, then you really missed the peak of the president's cup. From the international team's perspective, which was what happened when first Tom Kim and then cam Davis hold putts on the 18th hole. And when Kim Davis put went in to secure a three one win for that session to get the internationals back within four points, they ran onto the green and all celebrated together like they had just clinched the cup. And it's funny, even JT said this in the U.S. presser afterwards. You can kind of lose track of what's happening because of what's just happened in the latest session. So he felt like in that moment, okay, hold on. We got to remember, we're still winning, and not only were they winning, they're winning by four points, which is it's not insurmountable, as we've seen. But it's certainly a big, big, big lead to take into singles. So that was the best stretch came on Saturday. That's when the vibes were the highest. That's when the tension was highest. And it took it from a blowout and just an American celebration, which is how it felt Thursday and Friday to an actual golf tournament worth watching. That was great. One thing I really want to understand is like watching from my perspective, it was all these highlights. It was Tom Kim thumping his chest and si whoo Kim doing his thing and cam Davis doing his thing. And so that all, if the Europeans were doing that in the rider cup on American soil, that doesn't really go over well with the home crowd, but was it a little different? Was the fact that they were underdogs pulling these things off, kind of,
Thank God I'm Atheist
"kim davis" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"Is not what those texts said. I had to, yeah, but I don't like that either. No, that's not good either. And the big thing is that, of course, he's married. And so like, you know, this is all, this is all rank hypocrisy on his part. Yes. So that plus another time incident that is described in multiple articles that I read as him having, quote, been in a woman's hotel room. Oh. Oh, really? They claim that he, and both of these incidents, the church claims he was on some sort of like sleeping pill and was Wonka do, you know, it was a little his brain was an apple because of sleeping pills. So he gets a little he gets a little rapey when he gets just a bit. A little molest, you know, a little, you know, harassing. Most people sleep eat or drive away in their car asleep. When on ambien he wanders into women's hotels rooms. Yeah. And gets a little touchy feely. Yeah. Ew. So anyway, it was unclear what was going to happen. Well, he has resigned. Oh, good. Okay. So yeah. So yes, he's no longer the head of, I feel like Hillsong, I don't want to hear that song. Get off the hill 'cause and stop singing. You're done. They're not done. They're not. There's too much money to be made. I need valley silent. That's what I need. Right? Let's have some valley quiet. All right. Well, here's a name. I had hoped to never hear again. Kim Davis. Remember Kim Davis, I do remember that. Let's see. She was the she was a county clerk. Yeah, Rowan county clerk. She got famous for denying marriage licenses to some gay couples. This was after the Supreme Court, right? Said yes. Gay marriage for everyone, right? Right. Yeah. And it was a big moment and people were running out to get married because now they could. She took a stand for Jesus. And she denied them the marriage licenses. And it was this huge, media circus, right? If you were aware of life and things 7 years ago, it was only 7 years ago, Dan. It feels like it feels like a long time ago. It feels like it feels both like a long time ago and yesterday. It feels like at least two pandemics ago. But it was only one. Anyway, yeah, so there have been a couple of couples David and David Moore the Dave's and James Yates and Will Smith. I bet he doesn't have, he doesn't tired of his name yet. Nobody makes comments about that one. But they have filed a lawsuit. In federal court, suing her for discrimination. It feels more their constitutional rights having been violated. Which is just a pilot? No, no, no, no. There's a decision now. Oh, they're all good. Oh, thank God. It still feels late. So the judge issued a summary judgment. Meaning it's not going the judge feels fine just saying, this doesn't need to go through any kind of trial process. We don't need a media circus. We don't need to we don't even need a trial. Yes. It is obvious she violated your constitutional rights. Nobody needs to have a trial. Correct this. But there's another part of the lawsuit where has to do with the damages and all of that kind of stuff. All of that will be going likely in front of a jury. And so yeah, but compensatory and punitive damages pre and post judgment interest and cost and attorney fees are what the plaintiffs are suing for. And yeah, does this, is this just her personally or is the party? No, this is her. This is how she is. Of a deep pocket of a county clerk. She is in trouble. You guys are suing the wrong people here. I believe it's just her. Because everything is everything in the article is just talking about her. Well, you know, she probably had insurance. Right. Everybody has insurance for everything, right? Hopefully she had some sort of insurance and the insurance. Hopefully she didn't. Hopefully every paycheck that she makes for the rest of her life. It's just garnished. Anyway, liberty council, liberty council, they're the right wing, or they like to think of themselves as the right wing ACLU. The not, but that's what they think. The Americans against civility, exactly. They are representing her and everything. They say, Kim Davis is entitled to protection, to an accommodation based on her sincere, religious belief, this case raises serious First Amendment free exercise of religion claims and has a high potential of reaching the Supreme Court, which of course is terrifying. But it's a bad Supreme Court right now. Slow, slow roll that decision there, judge. We need to make some adjustments. All right, well, I'm going to take us to Italy now. And a small southern city of bari. Do you know Barry? Body, yeah. Body. I'm going to say Barry. Barry. I like berry barely. I'm very Italy. I'm from Barry, Italy. I'm Italian. Anyway, there in body is the basilica of saint Nicholas. Oh, really? Have you ever heard of one saint Nicholas? Once or twice. This is Santa Claus, you guys. I don't know if it's that saint Nicholas. Anyway, I'll say Nicholas. Has a basilica there in bari. And there has been a break in. No. Now this is an especially interesting one because saint Nicholas is revered not only by the Catholics, but by the Orthodox Christians, oh really? Because he's Turkish, I think, in his origin. The saint is. Okay. But theoretically, his remains were transported to Italy. Okay. So the break in, whoever whoever this cunning thief was, he made off with a book that was the statue, the statue of saint Nicholas was holding. In one of his.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kim davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tuesday the severe threat moves to Louisiana and Mississippi into Alabama Senate confirmation hearings begin tomorrow for a Supreme Court nominee katangi Brown Jackson The federal judge picked by a President Biden to fill the seat being vacated by justice Stephen Breyer who retires this summer Hearings by the Senate Judiciary Committee are expected to last four days If confirmed Jackson would be the first black woman to serve on the Supreme Court I'm Scott Carr A federal judge has a Kentucky county clerk violated two same sex couples rights when she refused them marriage licenses back in 2015 Court documents say Kim Davis motion for a summary judgment was dismissed Friday and a jury will now decide What damages to award the couple suing Davis she was serving as Rowan county clerk in northeastern Kentucky which she refused the two couples licenses back in 2015 after the legalization of same sex marriage Davis claimed it was against her Christian convictions to issue the licenses The top seeded Gonzaga bulldogs are headed back to the sweet 16 after an 82 78 comeback win over 9 seed Memphis in Portland Saturday Gonzaga overcame a 12 point deficit early in the second half Tigers head coach penny Hardaway says Gonzaga's drew teddy was hard to stop as he led the way for his team with 25 points and 14 rebounds He made some tough shots control of the game got our guys to follow trouble and the rest is history and like he got every offensive rebound or every follow every bucket for them And then see it in person He made some fantastic shots For his part Timmy says he gave his team a little halftime speech to get a motivated No matter what.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kim davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Update There's a new weapon being used in the war in Ukraine U.S. officials are confirming Russia used hypersonic missiles while invading Ukraine That's according to CNN who noted this is the first time this type of missile has been knowingly used in combat This comes after the Kremlin claimed one of its new hypersonic missiles destroyed a Ukrainian weapon storage facility Video posted by the Russian defense ministry shows a missile slamming into a building followed by a massive explosion Moscow said the strike was carried out Friday and destroyed a large underground weapons storage site Officials in Dumas Arkansas are confirming 20 people are injured after a shooting outside a car show Saturday night The Dumas police chief ads children are among those injured and that so far at least one person has died He adds there's a person of interest in custody and is exploring the possibility of multiple shooters Dumas is about 90 miles southeast of Little Rock A Texas deputy is dead after trying to save residents from a major wildfire burning about 120 miles west of Dallas The Cisco police department reported that deputy Barbara Finley died in the flames while going door to door to evacuate residents in carbon Finlay is the only confirmed death in the mass of eastland county complex fire As of Saturday the wildfire has burned more than 45,000 acres and is only 15% contained And a new study says you don't have to walk 10,000 steps a day to live longer Researchers at the university of Massachusetts at Amherst found that walking 6 to 8000 steps a day it's plenty to stay healthy The study concluded that taking that many steps each day reduces risk of early death by 54% for people aged 60 and older Researchers found no increased benefit from walking more than 8000 steps I'm Jim Forbes Gas prices are on a slight decline across the country Triple-A reports the current nationwide average for a gallon of gas is $4 and 26 cents That's down from last week's average of $4 and 32 cents However the cost is much higher now than it was last year This time in 2021 gas was an average of $2 and 88 cents Gas prices have soared since Russia's invasion of Ukraine A manhunt is underway for the killer of a 37 year old Bronx mother of two Lisa Salvador has more Police say bajana James was found dead inside her apartment epitasis houses in mon haven cops say her throat was slashed and there was no sign of forced entry a relative tells the New York Post earlier in the week James had sent her boyfriend was acting weird and she was afraid he was going to hurt her James described by family as happy and full of life leaves behind two young children who live with their grandmother A federal judge says a Kentucky county clerk violated two same sex couples rights when she refused them marriage licenses back in 2015 According to court documents filed Friday Kim Davis motion for summary judgment was dismissed and a jury will now decide what damages to award the couples suing Davis Davis had been serving as county clerk for Rowan county in northeastern Kentucky when she refused the two couples marriage licenses back in 2015 following the legalization of same sex marriage Davis claims it was against her Christian convictions to issue the licenses And Oregon man is a mega bucks lottery winner after forgetting about his lottery ticket Wilbur Brown purchased his ticket on Christmas Eve that gave him a chance to win until mid February over two months later he finally realized he had won an $8.9 million jackpot and will now receive a $200,000 check each year until he's cashed out his prize That's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now there's Bloomberg sports update 8 more schools exited stage right on Saturday and Saturday night in the NCAA basketball tournament St. Peters was not one of them the peacocks continue their Cinderella run by leading wire to wire and knocking out Murray state 70 to 60s Katie and depo at 17 some big shots down the stretch for Doug eddard I always do my best to try to get as many shots as I can I don't know if you think about anything when I'm in the game I just kind of let it happen I got to give credit to my teammates for sending just amazing screens and giving right passes.
"kim davis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hold part time jobs that keep America strong We are the air force reserve Manhattan's 9 11 tribute museum is closing permanently The tribute museum is one of two near ground zero commemorating the September 11th terrorist attacks attendance at the museum's been down 80% because of the coronavirus pandemic unlike the larger museum which honors the memories of those who died the tribune museum pays tribute to survivors and relatives of those who were killed more than 5 million visitors have passed through the museum's doors in New York Gary baumgarten Fox News A Los Angeles County sheriff's helicopter crashed in California's Angeles national forest leaving at least 5 people injured one passenger is in critical condition just last month a police helicopter from Huntington Beach crashed while responding to a cough or service A federal judge rules in favor of two same sex couples who could not obtain marriage licenses due to the actions of a county clerk in Kentucky The judge ruled Friday that former Rowan county Kentucky clerk Kim Davis violated the constitutional rights of the couples by refusing to issue the licenses in 2015 due to her objection to same sex marriage A jury trial will now be held to determine if the couples are due damages Davis's refusal took place after the Supreme Court ruling allowing same sex marriages at the time she stopped issuing licenses for any couples gay or straight and protest and spent 5 days in jail as a result The couple's attorney says they're happy they're getting their day in court supporters of Davis say the case raises issues concerning the First Amendment and the expression of religious freedoms Given your rescue Fox News California drivers are seeing gas prices soar At one station in Los Angeles diesel gas reached almost $7 per.
THIS IS DEMOCRACY
"kim davis" Discussed on THIS IS DEMOCRACY
"She's anti-death-penalty activists and ben jealous is with us now president of people for the american way former president of the aa cpa. But i i wanna go to troy. Himself troy davis in his own words. This was may two thousand nine amnesty. Usa activists had a conference call about troy davis case choice sister. Martina korea patch trion from death row. Today and people are starting to wake up more siren kids to get involved. Because that's the future right was suggested system gives the whole phase. Fun is just beginning to glow point wearing when he's a whole kind of all of the on justice realize that word nothing so we can change positive aspect of this world. Correct all along gotta got fans together. That was two years before troy was executed ten years ago. we're joined now by troy. Davis's sister kim davis and ben jealous present. People for the american way in march virginia became the first southern state to abolish the death. Penalty and president. Biden's justice department has ordered a moratorium incurring out federal death sentences after a surge executions under president trump and his final days but more than twenty five hundred people remain on state. Federal and military. Death rose across the united states. Kimberly davis I know this is a hard time. It is ten years later but it brings you right back to that moment that your brother was killed by the state of georgia. Even as so many including the pope begged for a reprieve including the republican congress member in the area including former death row prison commissioners Kimberly your thoughts today walmart thought today you know just looking back over the ten years..
Democracy Now! Audio
"kim davis" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"She's anti-death-penalty activists and ben jealous is with us now president of people for the american way former president of the aa cpa. But i i wanna go to troy. Himself troy davis in his own words. This was may two thousand nine amnesty. Usa activists had a conference call about troy davis case choice sister. Martina korea patch trion from death row. Today and people are starting to wake up more siren kids to get involved. Because that's the future right was suggested system gives the whole phase. Fun is just beginning to glow point wearing by own is a whole kind of all of the on justice realize that the white working nothing so we can change positive aspect of this world. Correct all along gotta got fans together. That was two years before troy was executed ten years ago. we're joined now by troy. Davis's sister kim davis and ben jealous present. People for the american way in march virginia became the first southern state to abolish the death. Penalty and president. Biden's justice department has ordered a moratorium incurring out federal death sentences after a surge executions under president trump and his final days but more than twenty five hundred people remain on state. Federal and military. Death rose across the united states. Kimberly davis I know this is a hard time. It is ten years later but it brings you right back to that moment that your brother was killed by the state of georgia. Even as so many including the pope begged for a reprieve including the republican congress member in the area including former death row prison commissioners Kimberly your thoughts today walmart thought today you know just looking back over the ten years..
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"kim davis" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Activists and ben jealous is with us now president of people for the american way former president of the aa cpa. But i i wanna go to troy. Himself troy davis in his own words. This was may two thousand nine amnesty. Usa activists had a conference call about troy davis case troy sister. Martina korea patch trion from death. Row today better. Our and people are starting to wake up more firing kids to get involved. Because that's the future right. Slur suggested system gives whole phase. Fun is just beginning to glow point wearing by own is a whole kind of all of the on justice realize that word nothing so we can change positive aspect of this world. Correct all along gotta got fans together. That was two years before troy was executed ten years ago. we're joined now by troy. Davis's sister kim davis and ben jealous present. People for the american way in march virginia became the first southern state to abolish the death. Penalty and president. Biden's justice department has ordered a moratorium incurring out federal death sentences after a surge executions under president trump and his final days but more than twenty five hundred people remain on state. Federal and military. Death rose across the united states. Kimberly davis I know this is a hard time. It is ten years later but it brings you right back to that moment that your brother was killed by the state of georgia. Even as so many including the pope begged for a reprieve including the republican congress member in the area including former death row prison commissioners Kimberly your thoughts today walmart thought today you know just looking back over the ten years..
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"kim davis" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"She's anti-death-penalty activists and ben jealous is with us now president of people for the american way former president of the aa cpa. But i i wanna go to troy. Himself troy davis in his own words. This was may two thousand nine amnesty. Usa activists had a conference call about troy davis case troy sister. Martina korea patch trion from death. Row today our and people are starting to wake up more firing kids to get involved. Because that's the future right was suggested system gives whole phase. fun is just beginning to glow. Point wearing by own is a whole account of all of the on justice realize that the white working nothing so we can change positive aspect of this world. Correct all along gotta got fans together. That was two years before troy was executed ten years ago. we're joined now by troy. Davis's sister kim davis and ben jealous present. People for the american way in march virginia became the first southern state to abolish the death. Penalty and president. Biden's justice department has ordered a moratorium incurring out federal death sentences after a surge executions under president trump and his final days but more than twenty five hundred people remain on state. Federal and military. Death rose across the united states. Kimberly davis I know this is a hard time. It is ten years later but it brings you right back to that moment that your brother was killed by the state of georgia. Even as so many including the pope begged for a reprieve including the republican congress member in the area including former death row prison commissioners Kimberly your thoughts today walmart thought today you know just looking back over the ten years..
Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"kim davis" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"I felt for her. When she's saying when you so down my friend has forgiven. Whatever he's in love with her. That's you and she you know. What am i supposed to do. Tell you not to dater. Like i'm like okay. i guess you. Hey maybe she was on something maybe she was in a weird desperate mode. I'd no. I think it's pretty doesn't say a lot but okay give someone a second chance if you're going to give her a second chance. I think that as your friend. We should all embrace her as your girlfriend. Intervention injured vengeance with anybody. And i'm not blaming it's my fault right. It's my heather. Here's my biggest problem. You know how going in you know how i live in my own world and you see me out there and sometimes i'm just literally even though i can be entertaining five people at the same time and they're all hooked on what i'm saying and we're all engaged in conversation. I'm still projecting a lot of myself. Right and i'm projecting a lot of myself. I'm a good person. So i automatically think i'm a good person. So you're a good person to right and that's a lot of my personality is really production like like. I make friends very easily like you. You're outgoing you know. You have a a good person. You have your good presence. You're coming from somewhere. Not what your oath a woman. So you're more of enough so that's the other advantage. I'm going to really like really 'cause i wanna get now. Okay so you. You're in love with her. Okay you decide. You want to spend your life with her. But you're not gonna marry her. You're not married. you'd never get married. There's no talk of ever marriage. I don't wanna have kids at pot. So i started dating her a little bit i actually went with liam black and we shot something. We shot something in miami. And i said to leah and we went to jarred basel and we went to shop the real housewives. Oh we did the pilot for realize the miami. That's right and i said well what i said lee. What do you think of it. I floated. she's like well. You know like yeah. I don't know nobody try to sell it at the same time. I'm trying to get the whatever and that was really the first time that i went out with a one. Flew back from miami After being with now. What i shouldn't she should've told me as once a crook always creek it doesn't you don't go back from nine. Like i understand things from myself. And i've learned now as much as i've matured little bit. I i every day to not project as much of my own. Goodness on other people have to see people who were more for who they are lasts for my dominant personality. More less what. I project on them and more for who they really are and this person has shown me who she was several times. And it's like kevin you said. Look joe like when people show themselves to you lesson because that's who they are like donate so let's just 'cause now so but you do you. You don't care you know you go along with your own hair under. The i'm saying to you i'm stupid. Okay okay so you go work navalny as you go forward with this. She successfully gets pregnant with twins correct and fraternal enrolls. Fourteen hundred the kardashians. Chris and the girls throw her a baby shower. Amazing baby shower. They did. I went to the baby. Shower was very very nice. So everybody is what i'm trying to say. It's everybody is embracing you guys as a couple as a family and that was a lot of work to together and everybody a really fine. No i wouldn't say everybody is. I would say everybody was fine. Everybody's everyone's to me everybody's with smiles in public and everything. I'll tell you what christian or so to me baby showers for egypt. I'll tell you what. Kim davis stars for you courtney at all the girls the that was for me and for my kids and they are my kids and i did have kids with her and they are my kids and there. It's just the mom you know i. I made a mistake. Heather like i was expecting babies. You're living at castle. Are all these years. The girls are six other. But i haven't seen them remember since they were five so remember. I don't know you know. I know so we're gonna fill everybody end so you're living your life. This is what i always kind of wondered because you never you personally have never come back to the states sense okay. Well you're leaving. Hang out or make myself no okay. I traveled yeah. I travel everywhere. But i don't know you're leaving out of the limelight. I've did a very haven't interviews so when you're living your life at castle mara very exclusive area of food to me to gated. You know very beautiful beyond homes and you have these little kids. Are you guys living. A life that you'd be living in beverly hills of mexico. Are you like do you have other friends. That are your age. are there like it. Was your life full or was it isolated. It was bull until the pandemic very full so it was for instance kanye west live with us for two months or three months doing the life a pablo. We have some very interesting houseguests throughout that time and we were always entertaining. Always a house wasn't rented. We were travelling in europe or various other places around the world. Are we in the maldives that were india. Or wherever but with.
31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"kim davis" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"I wanted to start this podcast with a statement on a serious topic. The chicago blackhawks. Some of you have asked whether it's on twitter direct message direct message on instagram. Why i didn't address this topic earlier. I certainly inouye doubt the excellent reporting by tony arnold of wbz radio in chicago. Who broke the story the athletics katie's strang anyone else. It's pretty simple though. I wanted to spend a few extra days doing my own work and my own research just to be sure about a couple of things plus felt using the opening of the podcast and blog. Which will drop monday as a much better place to coherently outlined my thinking instead of on twitter. Things just get mangled sometimes on twitter. There's always what you see and hear out there and what you don't see or hear out there in stories like this one. There's always things that reporters our sources can't or don't print or say and i wonder what those things could be. The accusations are ugly. And what i want to make clear. Is that the people. I spoke to bent over backwards. They took pains to support. Paul vincent the skills coach from two thousand ten who reported the abuses senior management. For that reason. I feel very strongly that however the legal process concludes the blackhawks must come clean and detail what happened. I believe the team and its employees have been told to keep quiet. Not say a word. It's led to a lot of rumors about what punishment could happen but right now. It's all speculation as was several other reporters. The nhl declined comment to me. It's not unusual. It can happen. And i've learned also don't do anything when the league says no on something. What stood out to me was commissioner bill. Daly statement to the athletic. He wrote quote. We have been in contact with the club regarding the matter but there is no ongoing investigation. We do not have any further comment at this time. Dailies a smart lawyer. He includes nothing without reason. No ongoing investigation does that mean no investigation at all there will be an investigation or there already was one. It's open ended. And i wonder at this time. Will that says to me. Don't assume there won't be any statement or consequences sometime in the future. My question is the timeline. Generally when something is in litigation results are slow. If you've ever dealt with the law it doesn't move quickly and defendants aren't going to give away anything. That's going to hurt them in court but and this is a big to me but we are at a time in the nhl. Calendar were hockey. Operations is front and center gm. Stan bowman would be active. During both expansion and entry draft preparations there would be multiple media availabilities. He and the blackhawks will not be able to avoid tough questions. Also commissioner gary bettman will undoubtedly be asked about this during his annual pre stanley cup. Game one conference monday night. No matter the eventual outcome. There must be clarity. We need to know what happened here so we can make sure it never happens again. Nothing else will be accepted and nothing else will be acceptable. Jeff do you have anything. You'd like to add further. What elliott just said. I to agree. The blackhawks need to come clean about what happened. I've covered junior hockey for most of my professional career and stories. Like this as we all know have been all too common. It's ruined careers and more importantly it's destroyed lives. I grew up in toronto Stories of sexual abuse of maple leaf gardens were both disgusting. And also heartbreaking. The published details in this case are horrifying and revolting and any guilty party needs to be dealt with in a serious and significant way. This is at all levels as well. The legal process in this case will play itself out as elliot mentioned and we shouldn't be surprised at any lack of transparency. Along the way that's a legal reality and we may have to be settled with this not arriving at a conclusion that gives anyone satisfaction or any sense of closure either but like to ask you to consider what this means hockey right now. I don't need to remind you. This is a huge story with enormous implications. Here's something i do know. There are ugly truths hidden in the history of this game. And as much as we insist that the blackhawks make good. I would also put forward that other teams and the league along with the players. Association need to do the same and go through a thorough review of how they operate and how they've operated. Some are already doing this. Some stories exist in whispers and will always remain a secret while others are more out in the open an obvious choose not to see them and we all know the conversations are coming. Nhl executive vp. Kim davis joined the nhl telling everyone around her to quote. Get comfortable being uncomfortable for me. That means questioning what we celebrate and cherish in the game of hockey at encourage everyone who hears us to think about the people that say trophies are named. after who were they. What did they stand for. What did they do outside of shuffling along a block of ice. Learn the history of this game how it started why it started and who's been involved along the way and also this is a big one. Consider the statues outside arenas and ask yourself while the player may deserve to be. There does the person there's an old saying. Great men are seldom goodman. That's true in life and sports and certainly true in heart. Okay elliott the stanley cup. Final is all set. It's the defending stanley cup. Champion tampa bay lightning and as. We all predicted the montreal canadiens. Now we dealt with the halves on on the last podcast tampa defeats the islanders in game. Seven one. Nothing other shadowed for andrei vasilevskiy will deal with the The followed now for the islanders. And what's next for lou lamoriello squad but it's tampa it's it all gets underway on monday. Open the podcast. Appear with your thoughts again. I want to say they could very clear that my montreal friends have told me i am not allowed to pick the canadian and they would prefer. I spent the rest of my time dumping on the canadians because it seems to work for them. Look i got to say it's amazing. It's it's an incredible story it really is. I still in some ways can't believe it but again they've earned their way hear people say oh. This is a fluke. It's the canadian division. I don't want to hear any of that garbage. If you win three rounds to make the stanley cup final you have earned your place in the in the final the. I don't care what anybody else says. The canadians have earned their way to be here. And and roger suzie. I'm doing this for you. And all the montreal fans they are no longer islanders light. They are islanders extra strength. They wine new york gave it everything they had came up agonizingly short they are now islanders extra strength and to me kucherov. Health is a big deal. But the thing tamp is they can play you any way you wanna play uptempo up temple the you wanna play tight and tough and grinding dirty. They can play you that way to you. Know it's interesting to me like garry. Galley and i had a big conversation. I pointed out in game seven the first intermission of game seven of islanders tampa that the islanders gave kucherov a more genteel ride than i thought he was gonna. I thought he was going to get some extra shots you know. Whenever he got engaged they give him the extra bombed the elbow. The crosscheck here in there. They weren't doing that. And gary thought he wondered if the islanders were told or were warned by even by their own coaches or anyone else. If you guys go after kucherov they're going to be looking for it. Montreal will not be like that. They will be harder on him. Look i think vassilev skin price. Great goaltending.
"kim davis" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"And i suspect it's difficult for him to separate these views from the his his his determination of whether a person it should be entitled to receive a visa to come to this country. How can you. How can you separate goes. I don't know. I don't think you i don't think he really could. I mean unless he's very mechanical about it. I don't i don't know what level of discretion he has If he if he follows a checklist and they meet that checklist. Maybe he has no choice but to do it he grumbles under his breath as he does it. I think he's entitled to do that as long as he follows the rules. What i found was If he he has the ability to express his free speech however it's limited whether he's in the country out of the country whether he's doing an on-duty worthies doing an off-duty there are different conditions for that because public employees federal federal employees do still have first amendment speech rights. And i think he's writing that line about the differences between him. And someone like kim davis right. Who says i won't do this for religious reasons. Now imagine if he were to say that. I will not grant these because my religious my religious beliefs. I don't know. I don't even know what what what his goals would be. How would he discriminate. What does he want to bring about the end of of mankind so that a new christian world can can arise idaho much. You're also curious what the process would be like if if afghan person. I'm sorry that may not be the correct phraseology for someone who's from afghanistan but who's applying for a visa gets denied and it's maybe four you know in a discriminatory way what's will i don't know what the process would be like for them to even appeal to that sort of thing so i do kinda feel like he's got like another level of protection. Where even the people he's dealing with don't if he were to do anything there's now require which we have no which we have no Evidence of we we what we have evidence others some very bigoted To call Blood and faith but if you want to read all about it you can So.
"kim davis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Bloomberg's Jeff Challenger, Mark Jeff. Good morning. Jimmy 2020 was the biggest year in Netflix History. Video streaming service added more customers than expected in the fourth quarter and says it no longer needs to borrow money to build its entertainment empire. Netflix added more than 8.5 million customers at the end of last year, and the Dow has more than 200 million subscribers. Office provider I w G arrival to we works. Planning further cutbacks I w. G. Lisa's officers and markets from New York to London, the pandemic has reduced demand for flexible workspace and clients with short term leases have switched to home working and vacated their offices. Stocks advanced at the start of the holiday shortened trading week. The Dow gained 116 points and yesterday's trading the S and P 500 added. 31, the NASDAQ closed 199 points higher Report on home loan demand and reading on home builder sentiment will get attention this morning. More housing market data will be released over the next two days. Jimmy Back to you. All right. Thanks very much for the Wall Street Journal is reporting that President Trump In the wake of May wind up launching a third political party called the Patriot Party. Journal said. It's unclear how serious he is about the party, which is said would require significant time and resources to do. He's got both I always thought he would start his own network, but he can do both of that. The Patriot Network and the Patriot Party. I mean, guys, sounds like it's made for Donald Trump done it. He's on his way to the Florida courts were hold. It looks like he'll be wheels down about 11 30. My timing is right. Yeah, let's try to run nine o'clock, so right seems to be president when he gets here. Noone Joe Biden is sworn in so Interesting conversation with Kim Davis and always is, But his new book strongman sounds Fasting and sent might like to read. I've been reading so much about Mussolini in the last couple of years most Lenny was a crazed man. He was a showman, too. They sent up on balconies. It looks like he's He's in some kind of old, you know, black and white. Free sound right? Movie. You look and say that can't be true. He's not actually doing that. Is he? Yeah, He's kind of dancing up there. Just like like a crazy man. He marched with what they were called the Blackshirts. He marched to Rome. And basically forced the the king. T O put him in charge of the government. Used later hung by his heels. My peasants in Milan. After he was run out of office. I mean, he was in charge of the military, and they were woefully unprepared. He was Hitler was a fan of hiss. Nearly started in Hitler, like looked at him and thought, that's where it should go. That's who we should be. And the Nazi salute actually came from mostly Some fascinating stuff about me just now. He had a great granddaughter. Was elected to parliament. About 10 years ago, so About that. She wasn't hurt by by the family name? No, apparently not. Apparently that like the family name Member. They talking gin down. Jeb Bush couldn't win. You know the Americas? Tired of bushes? Apparently she wasn't hindered by had apparently no, but she had a way to me. She was, I think granddaughter great granddaughter, one of the two But yeah, mostly he was something special boy with a piece of work. He was And you know Hitler. They put the Italians put him in prison. Put him on an island off the coast of Italy. Hitler send a group of storm troopers to to rescue him. And then put him in the north and there was another. It was like a shadow government of the Italians in the north. Eventually he tried to sneak out of the country and they caught him. The back of a transport truck. This dress is a peasant. And executed him. About 96 when you got the sports is worse. I knew Jimmy Tiger Woods going back under the knife. This time the.
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2 justices slam court's 2015 decision in gay marriage case
"A dissenting statement from Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas has LGBT groups expressing concerns a new conservative court might try to reverse same sex marriage rights the High Court rejected an appeal from former Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis whose refusal to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples pave the way for marriage equality in twenty fifteen but justice Clarence Thomas wrote the majority created a problem by reading into the constitution a right that doesn't exist family law attorney Randall Kessler who teaches at Emory University says there could be a religious challenges the right set of facts about the situation where someone complains our religious liberty is affected by not being able to object to same sex marriage some LGBT groups say the court is about to become more conservative and they worry about a renewed war on same sex marriage rights Jackie Quinn Washington
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Hockey News Releases Its '100 People of Power'... Only 4 Were Women
"Look at the foibles PERV Curva lease and mistakes that are made in the hockey media like for example forgetting about all of the influential women on your influential people at hockey. The hockey news put out. It's annual People Power Influence in the hockey industry list. It has a hundred people on it. Ninety six of them were men a There was also a top fifteen media the head. One woman on it. That was Cassie Campbell Pascal. Who's also on the top one hundred list? There was a list of fifteen fifteen non NHL executives somehow. Danny Ryland didn't make that list despite being the Commissioner of the National Women's Hockey League Jayna Hefford also do not make the list it is. It's stunning to me. Like the women that made the top one hundred list were Campbell. Pascal Hillary Night Kim Davis of the NHL and and Hayley wickenheiser maids list. And you think about all of the people that could have made that cut. Here's one that absolutely absolutely stuns me. They have Terry PA- Gula at like number thirty. Something and Kim Gula who if you ask literally anybody buddy within the orbit of the Buffalo Sabres who runs the team. Why it's Kim Pula doesn't make the list you know? Alexandra mandrake you. Who've who've the Seattle franchise hired basically straight away to be their analytics? Group does not make the list. PARV underhill skating. Grew credited by so many people people in this league for improving there game does not make the list you'll to Grad of the NHL. In charge of concussion. Stuff does not make the list like I understand that the immediate default a fall argument is well when you went to quota. I just want you to expand your view beyond every you know dude. WHO's a CEO dude who's the GM dude who's an owner and just default setting to those people being on these lists? Because you know what. Guess what I was on this list. It's a nonsense list. You could literally put uh-huh anybody on this list if you wanted to but you chose to put four women on it out of hundred. That's crazy. Yeah you said you were shocked by Eh. I'm not I think this is a reflection of the views of women and women's hockey particularly. Because you mentioned you know Yes yes Danny Ryland should be on this list. Yes Jayna Hefford should be on this list there. The two women who essentially are figureheads guiding this really tricky landscape of women's professional hockey. Not Right now but this is just how we view women's hockey this. This is how it is. The institutional bias that comes from media comes from other areas. And look were you and I are both guilty of it as well. I don't cover women's hockey as well. They should've I. I'm sure you feel the same way. But the fact that they can't even be recognized like this shows the uphill battle that we have to yeah and the biggest the biggest failing for me. And when we're talking I'm really admit those that I cover it more much more from the perspective and from maybe the the personality perspective that I do the actual casual gameplay perspective on the meaning or as guilty as anybody of knocking the indicate shell a certain level of credibility if I just kind of you know covering it from a what does this mean for women's Women's hockey and here's an interesting player story kind of aspect versus which team is actually leading in the standings. That's that's that's obvious But again like like hundred people on your list and four there were women like there is ample and it's not even it's not even like you know should we force somebody on there to know. Oh there's people that are evidently qualified. You put Don Cherry on the list as a person power influence. He lost all his power and influence this year ear. Congratulations on the hockey
31 Thoughts: The Podcast
Former NHL player Andrew Ference explains his new position
"And we reserve this when we have special guests, namely someone who is make sure that the business card right here working for the NHL doing social impact, growth and legislative affairs. You may know him better as the former NHL defenseman with Calgary, Pittsburgh, Boston and the Edmonton. Oilers, welcome Andrew farance to the thirty one thoughts podcast is fantastic here, and I'm surrounded by Bruins memorabilia, tastic thank you still come to all. Two thousand eleven we're going to get a lot of those Boston Bruins. But I got the business card, right, social impact, growth, and legislative affairs. And my kids look at me with like complete confusion when I say that I I only have my BA. So explain what that means. So it's a new department that the Commissioner put together with my boss, Kim Davis who came in in January, I came in March, and it really does cover everything that said there, we do everything from hockey fights cancer to divert diversity inclusion hockey's for everyone programs all the way to government work in auto on DC. A lot of the stuff that I do is built on infrastructure infrastructure support for places that are games played and not just like pro arenas, but community rinks and all the way down to street hockey. So if you knew when you were playing that you'd be doing this post career, would you have done anything differently. Where does this seem like a natural progression? A man I think this is kind of what I wanted to do. Yeah. I mean, I always had stuff going on outside the game. Some of it was directly related to hockey. I mean did a lot with any green and the environment to work. So I had counterparts at the NHL that I knew well had different connections through union work. You know, whether that was through CBS negotiations went not but made relationships with the NHL through through that. So I was had a bit of an eye on the NHL and my last two years when I was playing an Emerson I actually finished up some school through through Harvard extension through corporate sustainability innovation so put some meat on the bones around somebody environmental work. And you know, I thought the Commissioner would like that too. If I if I was trying to twist his arm about giving me a job at the league. So I always knew I was going to do something. And I I never liked travelling on buses and and putting on the miles on the road. So I was pretty sure that scouting or coaching down in the minors or junior was not not in the cards for me. So steam in the game in somewhere and other, you know, you're you're somewhat limited after that. And businesses the way to go. So you're a member of the Calgary Flames team that went to the Stanley Cup final against Tampa in two thousand and four and one of the players on that team told me that you, and I think it was he mentioned again LA in the late Steve monitor us. To have some pretty epic conversations about things that would not normally be discussed in dressing rooms are on planes. Like, he said, and I hope I have the people, right? Who would be involved in these conversations? But there would be things like the Middle East peace process or stuff like that. People.
73-year-old dies painful death due to needle left in his chest during surgery
"Day a hospital in Tennessee is being sued family members of seventy three year. Old, John burns Johnson claim as surgeons error led to his death the Tennessee and newspaper reports the surgeon discovered one of his needles fell inside of Johnson after he closed his chest the surgeon then tried to get the. Needle out but was unsuccessful Johnson died. A month after the surgery and the family claims in the suit that is health deteriorated and that his death was painful, unnecessary, and. Wrong the, hospital says he wouldn't respond to the lawsuit's claims but that it serious about caring for