35 Burst results for "L Z. Then Travis"

Rodgers' 4 TD passes help Packers roll over Bears 41-25

WBBM Morning News

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Rodgers' 4 TD passes help Packers roll over Bears 41-25

"Whiskey made his return to the Bears line up in Green Bay. Sadly, it was not a triumphant one risky with time going deep in a triangle of trouble. It's intercepted intended for Miller. It's intercepted by Savage. They're going to say he's down with a football, his second interception on a Throw into triple coverage, and the Packers have taken the ball away, Leading 27 to 10 Jeff Joanie Act here on WBBM tradition. Travis Key, Rather did throw three touchdowns. But most of that work came came after after the the Packers Packers had had an an insurmountable insurmountable lead. lead. 41 41 25 25 the the final final of of fifth fifth straight straight loss, loss, and and the the postgame postgame question question to to Mitch, Mitch, Did Did you you do do enough enough to to keep keep your your job? job? Don't Don't know. know. I I don't don't know. know. It It was was it it was tough. Like I said, just because the turnovers early on and then being in a hole, I think myself and the offense we had kind of this expectation your picture. What we thought could happen going into this game and you in just didn't go that way. From the get go. Defense didn't help either. Soft off the middle with the team picks out. They let the Packers run for 182 yards and yielded four Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes under 500. Now after the five and one start, bears can get back to par Sunday against the Lions, and our coverage will start at nine. Matt Nagy joins us tonight for the Bears. Coaches show at seven Seattle on

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Bill Barnwell on Bears versus Packers

ESPN Daily

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Bill Barnwell on Bears versus Packers

"Watching bears and packers and aaron rodgers to the surprise of literally. Nobody just decimated the bears and mitch trubisky forty one to twenty five so i wanna turn this conversation to the horse race. The mvp conversation because there really hasn't been a wire-to-wire front runner. This whole time. We've seen the pendulum kind of swing. Russell wilson kyle murray. Was there for hot. Second mahomes obviously and aaron rodgers who remains squarely in the thick of it after an off season full of drama around jordan. Love being drafted at quarterback and yet there is aaron rodgers just dominating again robert tanya and guys at touchdown to robert tanya made aaron rodgers the eleventh. Qb in nfl. History to pass for more than fifty thousand yards the second-fastest so where are you on. The whole rogers ram vp. Okay so i. I'm inclined to pick. Patrick mahomes by choice right now. And i think the only thing separating those two with russell wilson third is that one disastrous game. Rogers had against the bucks earlier this season. And i think if you're going to make a case for rodgers. Mvp to start with the idea that he's doing more with less and mahomes has to work with. And wilson has to work with the homes of course has a dominant group of receivers with Terry travis kelsey leading the way. Russell wilson has decay metcalf and tyler lockett and we talked about this before the season. Rogers has devante adams and a lot of question marks. Rogers has injuries and opt-outs affecting his receiving corps from week to week and on top of that. The guys who are extra showing up are posting the second highest drop rate for any quarterback in the league and yet when you put rodgers back there even against a very good defense which the bears are. There are stretches this year. He looks absolutely untouchable. The bears had no answers for him on sunday night. So the other

NFL hit with more positive COVID tests and injuries

Bob Sirott

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

NFL hit with more positive COVID tests and injuries

"Sports. Here's Jordan Burn Field. Thank you, Steve. The NFL has had pretty good luck with teams being able to plow through the pandemic without cancelation, but that is in jeopardy. Now. Reigning NFL N V P. Lamar Jackson among several Ravens, who have tested positive for covert 19 positive tests continue to pile up for Baltimore. They were supposed to play the undefeated Steelers last night. Game has moved this Sunday due to the positives. Now their arm or the NFL may have no choice but to cancel that contest slated for the afternoon. Right now, the Bears on scheduled to play but who starts a quarterback? Sure looks like it'll be Mitch Travis Key. The back of QB has taken all the snaps and practice this week. Nick Foles has remained out with the nailing hip Bears left tackle Charles Leno practiced missed practice rather with a toe injury. The came Hicks was out as well with a hamstring bears and Packers slated for Sunday night. Turkey

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Mahomes hits Kelce in last minute, Chiefs edge Raiders 35-31

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Mahomes hits Kelce in last minute, Chiefs edge Raiders 35-31

"The chiefs avenged their only loss to the raiders scoring the go ahead touchdown with twenty eight seconds left to beat Las Vegas thirty five thirty one Patrick Mahomes on Travis Kelsey wide open in the end zone for a twenty two yard touchdown pass Mahomes finished thirty four forty five for three hundred forty eight yards and two touchdowns yeah I mean there's no doubt we want to win I think the guys came to play and I mean it let I got so that's a great football team it seems to be a lot of good football teams including ourselves and we get it we need everything we had to to win this football game Kelsey had eight catches for a hundred twenty seven yards including a twenty two yard scoring reception although the raiders lost it was a good game for Derek Carr who was twenty three of thirty one for two hundred seventy five yards and three touchdowns Josh Jacobs ran for fifty five yards including a two yard score I'm Riley on

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Building Products with Keith Pitt of Buildkite

Developer Tea

06:14 min | Last week

Building Products with Keith Pitt of Buildkite

"If you were to evaluate the landscape and let's say you. Let's say bill didn't exist today and you were to look at the available tooling out there and maybe find that there are some other self hosted kinds of things and would that have deterred you you know. Just kind of trying to rewind back if you had found something kind of filled that that need for you would you have gone and built something yourself or was that really the the critical kind of crux of the matter. That didn't exist yet and you wanted to. I think if i'd found what i was looking for the time i probably built it I just felt compelled for this thing to exist because my problem. The problem wasn't solved. If someone had sold to. Or any for me. I would have been great. I would have been very very happy and over the moon 'cause i'm way more about the problem being solved in solving the problem myself And so yeah. I think that if if the tool head existent of her would have used it already. But it didn't so i just felt like the need to build it so that's the story it it it was this. This need that you had and you were able to recognize that you're able to see clearly can of what you wanted to do. You saw the other competing or not even competing but can of the pieces of the puzzle. The different pieces of the puzzle One did one thing you liked another did another thing you liked but they didn't you know none of them did everything that you needed them to do. It wasn't necessarily. I'm going to put words in your mouth wasn't necessarily because it was a novel idea was because it was a mix of multiple ideas that had already been executed on just not together. Would that would that. Is that true. Yes that's right. I wasn't i took the best of both worlds sir Felicitous that may not know much about cic d- There are two different sort of flavors of cic d. The flesh flava is the self hosted option. And that's you run the tests yourself on sevens that you control and then you run the plane yourself as well And that's going to be done in in if you have a distributed team where the needs to access the tool from harm A lot of these tools aren't really that great of being run on open internet so a lot of sort of kept within. Vpn's or hidden inside offices that's the self hosted option. The other option is the hoisted cic de tolls Your circles you travis's and and those tools you handle that. Will you occurred to them and they manage the orchestration plane and the running tests yourself. The problem with that is twofold but the host options are two major problems. The first problem is you have to you. Have to handle a all of your employees if you want to do continuous deployment which i'm a big fan of Yet the beautifully keys to potty which for some organizations is inaugur the second problem is those tools ernie go so fast if you go to their pricing page. We'll see the slider that earning goes so far out of the rut and you can integrate lost without there. Being a big sign that says contact us to go foster And i didn't want any of those. I didn't accept the cons of the hosted option. It didn't accept the cons of the self hosted option. And so i was thinking to myself. Surely there is some middle ground And so i sort of set out to kind of cherry. Pick the best of both worlds sort of crepe credit mashup of what i thought would be the perfect tool and that's kind of how do was born and i wanted. I wanted to zero in on this idea. Because i think it's important to recognize especially for engineers who are kind of thinking. Oh i have this idea. And it doesn't exist but people can do it themselves if they go and you know mix x and y these two existing things out there A lot of these ideas that tend to be A kind of remixes of multiple other ideas together or you know taking one thing. The best of both worlds like you said. The new product is multiplicative in value. rather than additive. Right in other words somebody could probably go and run. You know two different things to get this same values but when you put them together. It changes the landscape. It's not the same thing is just running those two things back to back. It's changing Kind of the fundamental shape of that product in so it's important to recognize that because critic most critically i think a lot of people who are thinking about starting a business or they're you know they're they're thinking. Hey you know. I'm i'm might do the side thing. I might build a product on the side. I think a lot of them are thinking. Oh i have to come up with a truly new completely novel idea. or outs. Nobody's going to want it right. There can't be at shadow of this idea on the market. Otherwise you know it's it's already saturated every ideas already taken. And i have to come up with something totally new for to be successful and it couldn't be further from the truth. Yeah that's exactly right. There's no such really. there's no such thing as a new idea I think south park said it really. Well they have this episode of the simpsons already did it and there's a recurring joke where they have these themes or plots within the episode. But simpson's already done that particular plot. It's the same product as well. If you look at the big ones rubio burs taxis But they sort of took it and did a mash up and made it better airbnb. Her tells But they've taken it mashed up and made something new. See i city. I didn't invent the i. C d i didn't invent it at all. I just took the best of a bunch of really good ideas and put them together to create something new a new product. And i think that's kind of what a lotta the tools these days. I just improvements of existing ideas.

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NFL Insider Dan Graziano Breaks Down Week 11

ESPN Daily

04:39 min | Last week

NFL Insider Dan Graziano Breaks Down Week 11

"Dan graziano it is eleven fifty eight. Pm eastern so. Thank you very much man for staying up late behind. After that game. I go right to sleep. That was exciting. Dan graziano is an espn nfl insider. And he will get to sleep soon. We promise fired for game like that. Yeah me too i mean. Let's get into this right off the top here the chiefs. Just beat the raiders. Thirty five to thirty one. They beat the team who is beating kansas city. This season dan back in week. Five about a million years ago. So were you watching for in this rematch tonight. Well to see if they can do it again right. I mean that sounds simple. But like i didn't think their victory over kansas city was a fluke because it seemed like they had kind of a formula that they went out and they stuck to. They didn't win but a certainly could have. And i think that's that's significant because they know that's the team that is in their way in their division. Obviously they're on top of the conference in the league as super bowl champion. So you see the raiders. Draft a running back in the first round last year. That can help them. Control the clock and keep mahomes on the sideline like they did in the first game. They played they draft the speedy wide receiver this year in the first round. That can stress their quarterbacks. I mean they're thinking about the chiefs all the time. They're certainly not on that level at this point as the records indicate but they've constructed a team that can play in a way that threatens the chiefs and it might be able to beat them. So they're not as different as you might inclined to think yet and i have to admit like the difference between pat mahomes and derek carr felt smaller than i ever realized it would tonight. What did you see from these two quarterbacks total commanded of the offense which has not always been him. And certainly since gruden's been there. We've seen a lot more ups and downs. Where he looked like he was a little bit. Lost a little bit uncertain But this is years three with gruden and when gruden got there he talked about competent car up and making sure that car believed he was the guy. So that when you know. When ben came together around him he would be the guy that was in total control of things. And and it seems to be coming to fruition. What he's got. He's got people to throw to nelson agholor like out of nowhere as having a career renaissance in las vegas. He's got two very running back. Got a great offensive line. And i think you know he's playing with a lot of confidence as you would expect him to give all those things now. I think he's taken a big job this year in terms of where. He ranks in terms of the quarterbacks. We feel confident about what we watched the did feel like gruden kinda new like no. It's sunday night football. Let's give the people something that they'll enjoy. What did you most enjoy from. Hearing those play called why. I our love to know what the purple walrus was and i mean i think there are some vegas ones like he dropped. The sammy davis in there at one point and then and then it sounded like they've been paying very close attention to the nba off-season because there are a number of james harden and those who among nfl coaches knows how to produce primetime football. Better than jon gruden right. I mean he did it for for a decade or so for us in terms of operating in that sphere. So maybe i don't know maybe maybe he feels like a showman or maybe they're just having a lot of fun in their in their offensive meetings. They sound like all. The time does not all watching every week but was it so as showmanship goes that lasts. Drive man lake travis. Kelsey had some great moments in this game but that catch at the end mahomes calling him the best tight end in the league game. What did you see from travis kelsey tonight yeah domination. This is this. is you talk about reliability. I mean the the quarterback knows he's going to be where he's supposed to be. He knows he's almost certainly going to be open. He know he's going to catch the ball like it's total complete confidence in a guy in a key spot third down. A guy had throw to the end zone in the final minute. I mean he is the best tight end in the league. I don't think it's even close especially when you know. George kittle is on the shelf right now in the second best tight end. The league is probably the guy that was on hiller sidelines tonight. So there's there's no doubt that he in homes are in sync in a way that very few combinations like that are

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Plants and Poses with Travis Cooper

On The Ledge

04:18 min | Last week

Plants and Poses with Travis Cooper

"What i really love about you in particular do is bring so much joy to showing off your plants and i think this is something. The particularly a certain slice of the instagram population could learn a lot from. Because i hear from so many people that all like i'm really comfortable showing pictures of by plots but i don't really want to take a picture of myself and i just love the freedom with which you are able to express yourself with your plants. So that's the starting point for us perhaps talk about plants and poses. How did that lack kickoff. And what does that mean to you. How i love this question so plants and poses as it started back at say once. I created my account. I did a very similar thing as most people. Did you show your plants. You may be show your hand in your plant. But that's it and it didn't take much time for me to realize that there was something more that i wanted to do with it on a trained dancer and trained yoga and structure and dance teacher and just general lover of movement and always have been and so it just felt natural for me at some point to get in front of the camera and play with what it be like for me to create the shapes while also highlighting certain plants and so really plants imposes was started office. Just a way for me to be creative in a way that felt really good for me. And what i noticed. Is that while it was getting a lot of great feedback. I had this sense that people wanted to buy what they were saying. Wanted to do the same thing but didn't know how or felt like maybe it was going be sending on my toes as i was kind of creating this thing and so i then started the hashtag and even made this little slide on One of my posts to talk about what it is so that people could maybe feel a bit more comfortable getting in front of the camera being creative and just showing the beauty of our own physical bodies with these beautiful clans that we love. Yeah that's a really great message to get across. Because i think so. Many people are just uncomfortable with themselves physically. And don't really like to look at themselves. And i think the same is true with our voices. I know that when i started on the legends. I said in my last episode. I really didn't like the sound of my own voice. Which i'm sure lots of listeners will find surprising because a lot of emails from people saying oh i love your voice but at the time i really had a problem with my voice and it took me many years of hearing myself in interviews to really come to terms with it and actually love it myself. So it's it's a really powerful thing isn't it and that freedom is something that we should be taking full advantage over. And that's what you do. So well tell me a bit about your plunk collection a you you and i roy Addict toys are there particular kinda plant. That floats your boat. He has time has gone on. I definitely have become more of an arrowhead addict. And what is it's it's something about seeing how much they change over time. How much the leaves change and get bigger as they mature. But don't get me wrong. I have a ton of. I love snake plants. There's something about a plant that it's just loyal and resilient so yeah yeah airways say is where my passion and drivers and there are also so many other plants that i do adore. Well that's good to hear. Is this been something of a recent passion or have you been in tiny. I would say that there's always been a connection right. There's always been this connection to plants from a young age. Remember the feeling of being outside of getting interested in plant growing in the ground and entreaty and whatnot. And i would say didn't really dig into that more until i was an adult and it was april of twenty nineteen. So it's been about a year and a half at this point that i really started to collect plants if you will on.

Taysom Hill, not Jameis Winston, to start at QB for New Orleans Saints

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

04:22 min | Last week

Taysom Hill, not Jameis Winston, to start at QB for New Orleans Saints

"To talk about the big news in the NFL today, which is that Taysom Hill is starting Sunday for the New Orleans Saints. And if you're in ESPN fantasy owner, you can use him at tight end. That is the dumbest. Your league will not allow me to do that. Sleeper is worrying picked him up and I cannot do that is the dumbest thing ever. He's played tight end like he plays every he's a utility player, but he Yeah, I like that. I like that. What is he listed at? Nothing. He's a quarterback, but he lines up a receiver. He plays special teams. I think you should be listening Fantasy as utility because he's not good enough. Okay if he was like a star And you. Could you like a star quarterback? I mean, okay, but it's Taysom Hill. I think. Just have fun with it and let you should be all who is the Steelers. Um, he was a tight end of the running back Jalen Samuel Jalen Samuels that this happened a couple years ago. That is so I could use him and running back or tied down. That is so different that we use the title of your own Carry sweet all know, in fantasy that Quarterbacks get more points week to week. It's just the way the scoring format generally goes. It doesn't mean they're more valuable because the variance between you know the fifth best quarterback and fantasy in the 15th best quarterback. A lot of times is not that much, but in terms of how much they score. They average usually between 15 and 20 points per game, even for the middle to your guys, Whereas running back, you're hoping to get 15 20 out of your great out of the greats, so I get a taste of Hill starting at quarterback for a high powered offense. With easy match up against the Atlanta Falcons to have him at tight end, which has been a wasteland for fantasy this year where you have to why I pray, do it. Just tight end is useless anyway, of course, where you should do it. It's completely unfair to whoever has to go up against two quarterbacks, 100% agree, but it's not something that happens every week. And I think it's fun. I think I think ESPN should drop the tight end eligibility from Taysom Hill. If I could just dropped right out of the general, I would suggest the all commissioners out there that play on ESPN or maybe yeah. Who does it, too. Too, even though if he even if he has eligibility on the site outlawed in your league in the honor in the In the name of fairness do not allow anyone in your fantasy league to put Taysom Hella tight. If it was up to me, I was starting at quarterback was up to me and fairness. I would just be out lowing tight end in general, but yeah, that's that's a scheming hot take from you that Just let's get rid of him for years now trying to pitch to get rid of it. Because if you don't I mean, I have Travis Kelsey this year, But if you don't it's we talked with Travis Clay or not. I'm sorry. My clay yesterday about The position in general. That's why it's a wasteland. So to me, you get one week of it getting a quarterback there. I like it. I say ride with it. Okay, So anyway, is not on the fantasy part of this. Although there is a lot there to go on with Taysom Hill. There is the simple headline of they are not putting in James Winston. They're putting in Taysom Hill over Jamis Winston, and to me, there's maybe a lot there as well. They have not bought at all going back to this past offseason, right before the Saints paid Taysom Hill and I believe they put a second round tender on Taysom Hill, and they were like rumors about New England being interested in Hill, but they didn't want to pay that tender. That and then they paid him two years $21 million. And there's all of this talk about how the Saints and Sean Payton really believe that Taysom Hill is the heir apparent to Drew Brees and is their next franchise quarterback. And I think when, When that happened, every football fan rolled their eyes at that, like, okay, sure, the guy that you put in a full back or the guy that is the gunner on punch. He's going to be your franchise quarterback. He's already 30. By the way. It's not like he's this young developmental prospect that has a bunch of raw skills. He does have raw skills. But he's 30. How much better is going to get this point? And you had Teddy Bridgewater last season. You must not have thought of him enough to even have and be your number two quarterback. You give him a third round pick by the way for Teddy Bridgewater. You did that. And then this year, Jamis Winston hits the open market. You go out and sign him. Drew Brees last year gets hurt. Who goes in Teddy Bridgewater? Not Taysom Hill this year, Drew Brees gets hurt. Who goes in Jamis? Winston? Not Taysom Hill. So up to this day, nothing about the Saints actions have told me that they truly believe Taysom Hill is going to one day be their starting quarterback. Their words have said it but their actions have not. But today we finally have a change there that they're not going with. Jamis Winston. They're going with Taysom Hill. Here's why To

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Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

BTV Simulcast

02:55 min | Last week

Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

"Security official Christopher Crabs publicly contradicted President Trump's unfounded claims about widespread election fraud last night. Those remarks cost him His job. The president tweeted that he had fired crabs over what he called highly inaccurate comments. Crabs agency had called the 2020 election the most secure ever. Discuss We're joined by Kirsten Tote, managing director of the cyber reading this Institute and former cyber security adviser to President Obama. Kirsten. You know, obviously this is an important job that prescribes was doing. Are you worried it over American security at this very moment, not having a director of cyber and infrastructure security. Thanks, Emily. Thanks for being with you is always the short answer is no, I'm not worried, And that's because of the work that prescribes has done over the last two years. So this agency, the cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency just came into being in 2018. And Chris and his team spent two years ensuring the security of this election, as well as future elections going to state local governments securing infrastructure across the nation. And because of that work, the team in place now is very much prepared to address handling government. We have continuity of operations in government. That's what good government does, and that's a testament to the leadership of system to Chris Cribs to his deputy, Matt Travis. Onto the team. And so while it is unfortunate it is an irresponsible act on the part of this president to have fired him. I'm not concerned about the security of the nation. The president, of course, doing this via tweet again claiming election fraud and that what Chris Krebs has said in the past about election security is quote highly. An accurate crabs, actually responding on Twitter as well, saying, I never claimed there wasn't fraud in the election because that's not since his job. It's a law enforcement matter. We did provide information on measures election officials used to prevent and detect Dead voters, though. Don't buy it and think twice before sharing. Um, you know, what do you think This says it all about the integrity of the election. I think Based on what we've heard across multiple jurisdictions, we have 10,000 voting jurisdictions in this country. State and local officials from both parties have all come forward to validate the integrity of the election. And there's no reason to doubt all of those voices who were on the ground, securing the integrity and that was one of the key focus points and it was an impressive election from the perspective of national security. When you think of all of the threats that we know were and are coming at us. There's no reason to believe anything other than all of the people that are on the ground, the government officials, state and local governments, jurisdictions who have all validated the integrity of this election.

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Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

Esports Minute

01:40 min | Last week

Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

"Games has confirmed their shopping the granddaddy of all media rights deals on the trains and said the Esports minute from a sports network. The Esports minute is presented by technology game-changers. Check them out at TGC play linked below media rights deals or one of the key ways traditional sports teams and leagues earn money, but in use Sports, they are nearly as valuable accepts me for this one Riot games is reportedly shopping the English media rights deal for League of Legends Esports. Ryan has already sold the Chinese specific media rights to Billy Billy for $113 according Port now that deal was only for the worldwide events. Not for the regional leagues. I think it's fair to assume. The English media rights deals are in the same ballpark, but it's hard to tell without knowing the individual leagues that were applied to the deal if right is selling the rights to broadcast the LCS the LEC and international events in English. It will undoubtedly be the biggest media rights deal in Esports History Month. The two key players vying for the rights will be YouTube and twitch YouTube swooped the Activision Blizzard media rights from twitch before this previous season becoming the whole of the OverWatch and Call of Duty leagues. But League of Legends Esports are on another level entirely international events are the most watched streams on Twitch every single year without fail. They are also broadcast on YouTube though. It seems like ahead of the next year. It's going to be one of the other this was first reported by Travis Gafford, but confirmed by the sports Business Journal a few days ago. Now how riots used divvy up. These meteorites will shape the E Sports landscape for years to come and whoever brings most cash to the table will set themselves up with the biggest Esports product in the world bar.

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Shough leads No. 11 Oregon over Washington State 43-29

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Shough leads No. 11 Oregon over Washington State 43-29

"Tyler showed threw for three hundred twelve yards and four touchdowns in eleven th ranked Oregon's forty three twenty nine come back over Washington state job tossed a sixteen yard scoring strike to Travis died late in the third to lift the ducks to a twenty one nineteen lead he added a short TD pass to Johnny Johnson in the opening seconds of the fourth to push the lead to twenty eight nineteen die karte two second half touchdown passes and the ducks piled up five hundred eighty two total yards in improving to tune out freshman jaded Laura threw for three hundred twenty one yards and two scores for the Cougars who led nineteen to seven but couldn't stop the ducks in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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What happened to Philadelphia Eagles' Carson Wentz? From MVP candidate to broken quarterback

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

What happened to Philadelphia Eagles' Carson Wentz? From MVP candidate to broken quarterback

"What's happened with Carson Wentz? Because three years ago wince was in the M V P conversation and In a pre Patrick while Holmes World. The answer to the question was, if you could draft any player in the NFL, Carson Wentz was at the top of that list. That obviously has changed. What's happened with Carson. What's happened with him and his accuracy? That's been the bigger thing. Two years ago, he was completing 67 68% of his passes. It's now down to 58% completion percentage. Right. And you know what? Every conversation with porcelain starts this way, so I will, too. He doesn't have a lot around him. You're looking at often flies beat up aging. The receivers around him are just not very good. I mean, he's kind of made Travis fold them look very good. And and maybe he is. Maybe he's gonna have Ah. Great 10 year career for all we know, but he come into the season. You look at the lineup, so some of these guys they went with throwing too. And you just say. It's really not a guy NFL caliber high end receiving court. Zach Ertz is falling off, so you don't even have those that tight end strength anymore. I really haven't had that great of a running games while Sanders been her, you have to start there and I think what it is. Is. I don't think they've I really am for the point that I don't really talk. Trust Doug Peterson. I think that Yeah, I said this on Twitter account of the mark ripping of coaches. Maybe. Where had one great year? You can't deny it was flukey. It was great. It was legitimately great. And nothing else Is Cruz gonna ever come close to that? I just don't know if he's a good coach. It sounds weird for a guy who all coach Bill Belichick in a Super Bowl, but the last three years but really disappointing with their roster, so You get there. The coaching is a good The teammates are good. And then Carson, I think is falling into bad habits, and sometimes we see that stick it where you can't get out of the bad habits. He's forcing things because he knows he has no teammates help him out. Bail him out. He's throwing the ball under pressure. Good. He's not getting a lot of great coaching help, So I think we get to a point where you know all this stuff adds up and he's putting way too much on his shoulders to make a terrible decisions. But you can understand it because one that offense the early turn to and say, all right, bail us out here except Carson Wentz. Yeah, there really aren't many players on that offense that you would be able to say that too.

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Bond denied for father, son charged in Ahmaud Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bond denied for father, son charged in Ahmaud Arbery slaying

"A Georgia judge denied bond for Gregory in Travis McMichael the father and son charged with murder in the slaying of all mod armory into nine bond Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley referred to concerns over racist messages sent by Travis McMichael and possible attempts to influence the case by former police officer Greg McMichael he says he's concerned the two men took the law into their own hands defense attorneys for the Mike Michaels would argue that they wouldn't flee or pose a threat of further violence Gregory make Michael's defense attorney Laura hope a life well lived of service to his community prosecutors say the McMichael's acted as vigilante is and we're motivated by racist views they showed the judge photos of a home near the shooting scene that was damaged by gunfire prosecutor Jesse Evans grain traffic Michael are a danger to persons property in the community I'm Jennifer king

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Opening a new restaurant during a pandemic? Try a Los Angeles area parking lot

Travis Holcombe

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Opening a new restaurant during a pandemic? Try a Los Angeles area parking lot

"Creative move to support local businesses that are struggling during the pandemic. The city of PICO Rivera is testing out a new experience he calls Park let's They'll be transforming street areas into micro parks and outdoor dining spaces. It's one of many ways that l a businesses are adapting to pandemic restrictions. Another example, some restaurants are opening a second eatery with an entirely different menu in their parking lots. Peter Allies, Mona Holmes talked with KCRW's greater L A. About these innovations, most restaurants or just, you know, expanding into Park lits into sidewalks into parking lots. But these restaurants they are starting brand new restaurants with brand new menus in a brand new space that they decided you could even visualized it is pop up. These new setups are launching in various communities, including Silver Lake West Hollywood in Venice. One example is called Hell of a Time. It's a parking Lot restaurant operated by the folks who run all day, baby just across the street. They pop this up Super quick just made this really cute, compact dining area right across the street staff, run food back and forth food and drink back and forth. It's quite a task. Home says some of these ventures may not be super lucrative, but they are keeping the dining scene interesting during the pandemic.

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Amid COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles  officials warn of more restrictions

Travis Holcombe

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Amid COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles officials warn of more restrictions

"L. A County is wrestling with an alarming surgeon transmissions of the Corona virus. Health officials reported Another 2533 cases of coded 19 yesterday and county Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says numbers like that day after day are keeping the county in the highest risk purple tier of the state system for reopening With the recent surge in cases we can anticipate remaining and tear one for the next few weeks. I don't think this is where any of us anticipated being As we head into the fall and winter for air says the spiking cases coincides with the reopening of certain parts of the economy and with big work site outbreaks. The number of cases in L. A county has skyrocketed 33% in just a month, and that means more restrictions could be on the table. If collectively we failed to stop the acceleration of new cases, we will have no choice but to look at additional actions, Ferrer says. Hospitalizations have also jumped in the past week, but so far there has not been a significant increase in local covert related deaths.

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Exercise classes can reduce loneliness, social isolation in seniors

Travis Holcombe

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Exercise classes can reduce loneliness, social isolation in seniors

"Exercising during the Corona virus outbreak is good for the body and the mind. That's the funding of a new study by researchers at Cedars Sinai, who tracked a group of people who took exercise classes before and continued during the pandemic. KCRW's Larry Parole has the details. Researchers tracked hundreds of people whose average age hit around 76 years old and found almost 7% showed a decrease in loneliness and more than 3% had better social connectedness. So how they do it, Participants were enrolled in various exercise and health management classes for seniors at several sites in Los Angeles neighborhoods with AH high number of low income older adults. They met with a health coach who guided them through the process, which researchers noted was especially crucial during the pandemic to help them get connected online. The number of adults over the age of 65 in the US is expected to reach more than 70 million people by 2030 double what it is now, and researchers say it is particularly important to find ways to help that population thrived as they age or There will be widespread consequences

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Day two of bond hearing for father, son charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery

John Batchelor

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Day two of bond hearing for father, son charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery

"Today for three men accused of killing a black jogger in Georgia father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael, along with William Bryan, facing felony murder charges on that armory was shot and killed while out for a run in Brunswick, Georgia, in February. And

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Here's what to know about Georgia's recount of presidential votes

Travis Holcombe

03:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Here's what to know about Georgia's recount of presidential votes

"Is one of the big stories of this year's election in Georgia. In 2000 and 16 around 4.1 million people voted this year It was around five million votes there are still being counted. Joe Biden is leading. But there's going to be a recount and both Senate races in Georgia will go to a runoff in January. Lauren Grow War Go is the CEO of Fair fight Action. That's a group based in Georgia that advocates for voter rights and participation. She is backing the Democratic candidates running for those Senate seats. And she told me that flipping Georgia has been a goal for a long time. This is not some flash in the pan. We have been building this for the better part of a decade, when Stacey Abrams became minority leader a decade ago, after an undercount in the census and a Republican Jerry Mander, she made history by preventing and denying Republicans a supermajority in the state Legislature by winning four seats drawn for Republicans, and that is really where Georgia State legislative dense began building building building along the way. There's been this whole proliferation and building of excellent Second brown community groups working in the Asian American community, the Latino community. There's a larger demographic change happening in Georgia, and now we're gonna leverage. All of this infrastructure know how advocacy and voter contact to win these January run offs. We feel really, really good, and we're gonna make it happen. I did some coverage of voter registration efforts in the state of Wisconsin. And one thing that came through very clearly in the city of Milwaukee, in particular, was how many people felt That their vote didn't matter, particularly when it came to the black community in that city. Is that something that you and your organization are up against in Georgia? Do you have people who tell you I don't feel like it matters or do you think after 2020? It's gonna be real hard to hear anyone say that anymore. I don't think there's any doubt we have beat Donald Trump by 14,000. That shows that every vote does matter. And that we have to continue our work. There are still hundreds of thousands of Georgians who chose not to vote and we have to continue to do our work as an organization to reach out to voters and meet them where they are and listen to them. We learned this week that Georgia will do a hand recount of all of the ballots cast in this presidential election. There were about five million of them. What are your thoughts on the recount? Look, Trump knows he can't reverse the outcome to this race. This is an organizing tactic to attempt to energize Republican voters for the January runoff. Okay, that's what this is about. This is about their disinformation campaign as a political strategy. And finally, I want to ask you a question that we have been asking many progressive Democrats over the last week or so. Joe Biden is a moderate Democrat after he won the Democratic primary progressives did line up behind him. But there are some real differences in policy between what Joe Biden wants and what progressives want to see in this country. How do you feel about Joe Biden right now being the head of the Democratic Party or progressives going to need to push him? Joe Biden, just one Georgia and Joe Biden is about to have two important colleagues in the U. S senate with him, Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. And so look to them and their message here. They are out there talking about health care. We're talking about the fact that it is a human tragedy that we're having hospitals close and on the brink of closure in Georgia. This is about people's lives and on Lee Joe Biden with the Democratic Senate have any hope of getting something done for the American people on covert and the economy.

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KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | Last month

"l z. then travis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Could have him be a decoy and still beat New England. We're lucky it's hard to take someone away When half his game is blocking. You can't take blocking away from somebody. You can't keep him from blocking. One of your players, and it's not like he's just a pass catching threat like If you won't take Travis Kelsey out of the game and the chief and they're Patriots have done that before. When they put the Chiefs will, then Travis Kelsey doesn't add a ton to the offense because he's not much of a blocker. He's OK. But he's mourning is the past catching tight end Kelsey Condom and not Kelsey, but kill Khun Dominate? Blocking. So if you take him away, you said they were going to take him away The wall you can't really because he could affect the game blocking as well. So it'll be interesting to see You know how the Patriots go about trying to take someone take someone away. I mean, Kido would be that guy, but I don't know if you can spend like, two guys, you know, covered him up when he's not Even Yang might not even go into a pattern have the time may just be blocking. And college in hand is a pretty good job to ah of through formation. Getting guys open. So that'll be a fun little chess match toe watches well with Belichick is nobody's better at taking guys away than Bill eject, but Sounds pretty damn good at getting guys open to that. I'd be fun. I hope you're right, Tom. And you're right about what you just said about Kyle on DH. What Kittle does his value aspires. The run game is concerned Well when you're talking strictly about the past game The night is past game even with George Kettle is not known as dynamic..

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on KCRW

"Nothing more to me than hearing you say I'm going I told you before, don't you? Can't you see that you can have a drink over right? What do you mean day, But in the morning my time. Tuesday night's broadcasting Live. Kcpw Studios Santa Monica, California Wearing gloves during the Rhona rotation, keeping it clean. Garth Trinidad with you for the rest of the week and then Travis Holcomb returns on Monday for his two week grown a shift. Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 PM at 11 music does continue courtesy of a collective 20 for taking you into the wee hours until 3 a.m..

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Espn all right. So we've done a handful of different drafts with a handful of different things. One of the ones we did was our favorite action. Heroes from the movie I one. We did favorite frontmen from Some of our favorite bands Brown and Brown was not the best pick in the in these. Now we are to our favorite comedian. I still watch in the second the parameters or are we talking about. Just stand ups. Are we talking about people that are funding these TV? What are we talking about? That's a great question traveling. I just think funding man because when I think a Red Fox he was a really good standup comedian but a lot of people just know from Sanford and son. Why should we take that away from Chapelle? Show the runny nose your show but did you watch you stand. Ups Dude is funny so I I think we combine them so funny men slash woman. I think we should do you guys got that. Just this robot Shaun. What's your all right? So so so this time. We'll go back to one and you know what this is. What this is snake drafts a snake. That's right that's right. It's thanks for hey but Keyshawn you will go first this time followed by L Z. Then Travis will double up at the end because it is a snake draft. Go Hickey show. You can take off take Michael Jordan the World Richard Pryor in countenance movies as. Well obviously. Yeah you can't count to the everything you know I'm baggy. I'm glad you know that one. Okay that's fine find Joel Chandler. All right fair enough or enough. L Z. You are second. Who Do you have? I'm GonNa go with the Lebron James To has Michael Jordan Powell. Who Yeah that's my one. Yeah Yeah why why? Why ship Hell over some other favorites? That people are going to be going. He's Lebron James that means he's happy right now leading on a meeting or recently bias to help influence people do understand data. Chapelle will never catch. Richard Pryor look up to Richard Pryor and can't be better Dave Chapelle is arguably the funniest person I've ever heard in my life. I just I never seen somebody could take. Almost any topic is as uncomfortable as it might be Decide splitting hilarious. Chapelle is a great choice but I would argue that both of you guys skipped over the guy that I would have bet would be the number one guy. I regret robbery surprise. Well hold on no but we might catch him on the on the swing by interested. Eddie Murphy it's a snake draft Murphy Again Eddie Murphy Richard. Pryor Eddie Murphy has a career that is stand up to stanton. We went to a movie theater to watch him. Do standup up twice with delirious and with raw he has you go ahead and start listing off the incredible movies. That Eddie Murphy has been a part of Eddie. Murphy was one of the most iconic members in the history of Saturday night. Live Eddie Murphy. Hasn't resume and comedy that's long and as satisfied as anybody's ever so I'm GonNa Take Eddie Murphy with my first pick and then L Z. You mentioned did on the way back. I'm GonNa Take Chris Rock Chris. Rock as my second pick and then I got Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock. I'm feeling pretty good about myself too much so again. Both of those guys looked up to the number one overall. Pick the number. One overall pick had record albums okay. Those album covers. You actually used to sit in your whole just to listen to his records when you were a kid. Your parents listen to him. You will sitting there sneaking around the corner trying to hear all right all right. You actually did draft Jordan. You actually drafted Korean. Yeah it still doesn't matter every median when you hear comedians talk about being a comedian. What is the first name that they always mentioned? It can always look up. It doesn't mean they can't surpass the numbers will say the numbers come out. It will certainly say Richard Pryor's at the top. I'm next right. No no brings you up your second pick is my second pick is probably the goat of television comedy and I stayed as because this person doesn't have one doesn't have to have three iconic shows which she's won emmys playing funny women that is Julia Louis. Dreyfus that's good choice. Okay all right in house. They're standard issue. She doesn't have standup Seinfeld. Always exist absolutely so I am the one that you will be the first to pick a woman they just saying rights you're consistent with. That.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on WJR 760

"For this Sunday between the Candace in the chiefs and the San Francisco forty Niners now both teams have Spartan football connections for San Francisco is tight end Brent Celek and for the chiefs it's white up Feldman Davis and speaking of Spartan football we recently spoke with them issue quarterback football mom and Super Bowl champion Jim Miller who gave us his preview of this highly anticipated match up why take bold more teams are tied and center you know he I knew the best tight ends in the in the you know in the NFL we look at George kill from San Francisco and then Travis Kelsey for the Kansas City Chiefs so we'll probably be you know teams are going to try to slow those guys down so little old normally be another person that's going to have to step up for me it would be you may call our men for Kansas city I think he's a very fast receiver other than tie retail so those are the two guys are focusing on I would think me call art and would have to step up and make plays for San Francisco I would bring up another player that you know outside of Emmanuel Sanders said and I think it's the work he's gonna be deposed email I think a lot of teams have been trying to trying to stop him and contain him but you know for them as George Kittle Dennis Emmanuel Sanders and I would think you know deep all say mills going to be a player that's really going to be in the mix that's going to have to step up so I do expect this game the goal over thirty points on each side because I think those offenses that skilled in the play callers are that skill the better overall team is San Francisco they have the better defense overall they've got a better phone for where you'd catch similar on SiriusXM.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on KCRW

"Trinidad at eight o'clock then Travis will come after that then at midnight Matt to shire in strictly jazz stay with us KCRW. back again with left right and center I'm your host Josh barro on the right is rich Lowry editor of National Review on the left as Elizabeth Bruneck columnist at The Washington Post you probably read or heard about requests that president trump made in meetings with immigration officials this spring but he wanted a motive the southern border with alligators he wanted spiky tips on the border fences the wanted border patrol to shoot people in the legs when they tried to cross the border illegally we're joined now by one of the Washington post reporters who broke that story Nick near off reports on immigration enforcement and the part of homeland security for The Washington Post hello Nick Hey good to be with you thanks for joining us out so I was hoping you could put this in some contact with some other reporting the you've been doing recently which is to say you know what we've we've heard about these fantastical demands for the president back in March for things that are in some cases the legal and in some cases immoral on and for things that they didn't end up getting implemented there's no mode at the border but at the same time there's been a huge change in the situation of the border since he was making these demands in the spring with a dot drastic drop both in illegal border crossings and in legal admissions of asylum seekers so what happened what did the president or his team do or what changed about the situation the changed what it looked like a sort of unstoppable crisis at the southern border. yeah well I think what you're seeing is the the evolution from from these kind of outlandish. post responses that the president was throwing out there starting last year when he was you know frustrated by these caravan groups that involves some of these you know these extreme things like you know like bayonets as we reported this you're using using bay and that's to keep migrants out or or a mode or something like that toward what has been implemented really rapidly over the last six months which are are more kind of administrative and legal measures that are designed to make it increasingly difficult for people to come across the border and seek asylum or some other form of humanitarian protection and I'll just quickly mention some of those that you have your listeners may be familiar with the idea of the the room remain in Mexico program the government because of the migrant protection protocols but that may sickly require someone who comes across and tried to get asylum to go back to Mexico in weight and some of these very dangerous border cities while their cases are are in their claims are processed by US courts the US is done that so far about fifty thousand migrants I think you know it's safe to say at this point that that has had a significant deterrent effect as well as the you know agreement with the Mexican government take to get the Mexican government to toughen its insurer Forsman so those are the kinds of things that that that have actually started to have an effect and drive down the border numbers that the president so fixated on. are those changes legal I mean it's it seems remarkable the president's been so fixated on making this change he didn't manage tech to come up with those changes until a couple years into his term does that comply with US legal obligations for example to people who would like to seek asylum at the southern border. well all of this is being litigated and you know most recently the Supreme Court lifted a national in junction that was on on one of these policies which is at a ban on on asylum for basically anybody who crosses through another country and route to the United States so that would obviously apply to central American to transit Mexico to reach the US border well the it department security said that they are now in eligible for asylum in the United States that was challenged it was in joined by the ninth circuit and the Supreme Court has lifted that injunction and said that that the policy can be in place until the you know for for the meantime wow the the the case is going to be while the policies will be challenged on the merits and so it'll be back before the ninth circuit again but for the meantime it's going forward and and more recently the administration has had a series of you know what it considers legal victories in being allowed to proceed with with these you know controversial measures. is what are the moral obligations of the United States here I I mean I think you know over the last couple of years that the extent to which this is becoming extremely salient political issue in United States politics has had a lot to do with the tension conditions for migrants who are seeking to come to the United States and you know often egregious conditions in which people were being held in that that was that that was a failure of them of the moral obligations of the US but when people are not in the country. our obligations what is the extent or of our obligations to admit them to the country to seek asylum here because it it seems to me that there's some fundamental arbitrariness in the way that these systems that these laws work that you know people who are able to reach the US border have certain rights to make claims but they can't make them and and U. S. embassies and such around the world what creates which set of moral obligations for people who are in a difficult situation somewhere in the world who would like to come to the United States for a better life new putting together a framework to figure that out is complicated because it's not possible for the United States to offer of refuge to everyone in the world who is suffering and their home countries a big world out there billions of people and a lot of them are in danger especially in the Middle East the refugee crisis has created a political shockwaves in Europe as so it went when you consider the entire globe its its clearest that the United States is not in a position to universally admit all refugees we we couldn't help them at that point US so then the question becomes well what is the criteria by which we admit refugees is that people who are suffering the most what is that quantum look like is it people who are of suffering in a way that is caused by us that we have had a hand in causing I think that's a reasonable criteria a and I think that the other pretty reasonable criterias people who are proximate to us of because it's easier to admit them and we're more familiar with them a culturally and and so presumably there adjustment to life United States would be easier so I mean I I think it's hard to assemble a matrix like that I think that as you said we've been so focused on detention can conditions which have been awful and continue to be extremely dramatic especially for children that we haven't spent a lot of time sort of developing a full moral story about what we ought to do in the bay. S. case scenario so that's something the left a needs to be able to present I would say by the time of the general election and it's not something that we have a universal view on on the left so far. rich does the right have a coherent theory of that I mean I think there are some people who think that there is no obligation at all who would like for example like to take the refugee cap down to zero but even this administration is not done that they've cut I believe to to eighteen thousand so what what does create the moral obligation toward refugees and asylum he's and how should that be implemented as policy well I think it's just a humanitarian tradition in the country in the fact that we were blessed with the incredibly powerful and wealthy country and we can't help so I think that creates some obligation to help where that puts you in terms of strict numbers I'm not sure exactly circling back to the. the border I just think we have to admit this is a policy success and when your stint Nielsen was was forced out there is a a broad sense that she is being blamed for that circumstances beyond her control but immigration hawks within the White House right now she's not pushing hard enough they're all sorts of levers that are being used and then end up ended up being true and legitimate asylum seekers should their case should should be heard but it shouldn't be the case that just anyone who can walk or bus to our border should walk in and basically never never leave again and they've they've had considerable success pushing back against Nick it's interesting that the way rich characterizes that because Nielsen was replaced by Kevin Michael in and who is I believe a lot more broadly acceptable to Democrats on Capitol Hill think yours Nelson was his is viewed by them is a is a better actor even though they have complaints often and you know very strong complaints about specific aspects of the policies he's implemented DHS what it what is the role he's played there because I know I know you have this very interesting interview recent openly talked about having lost political control over the message coming out of his department which I find to be a very remarkable thing for an acting cabinet official to say publicly to a reporter in a major newspaper. yeah well not clean and to me it's one of the most interesting figures and administration and and in this you know whole drama about immigration and border enforcement and and that is because you know he has been especially over the last six months as the acting THX secretary someone who is in quite effective in getting this crisis under control the number of people being taken into US custody per month at the border has dropped by two thirds since the peak in may when when more than a hundred and forty four thousand people were were arrested along the border that was a twelve year high and now so those numbers have gone have gone down dramatically under his you know under his tenure at the same time you know he's got for some remorse about about his role in some of the past policies particularly the the zero tolerance policy last year that's the policy that led to a substantial number of of family separation that's right I'm and it and eight times he's been a moderating force who is pushed back against hard liners who wanted to do things that that he he thought with you know went too far and so that is has allowed him to continue to maintain you know relationships and dialogue with many Democrats so he's but he's been very much the figure in the middle of all this and he's you know he was he was candid and in talking about his frustrations and the degree to which he's he's felt isolated particularly as as there are more kind of hardliners calling for for you know tougher more draconian measures this is for a lot of people is that he's on his way out though right I mean trump has never nominated him to to formally get the position permanently should should we expect him to be leaving DHS soon and what's likely to change about the trump administration approach on immigration if if MacLaine goes. you know I don't you know that he's no one is out for bin in the acting role at the head of DHS for as long as he has at this point he hasn't been nominated and it's not hard to imagine that the administration would want a DHS chief who who to sort of talks tougher like the president does in Beckley and has studiously avoided embracing the kind of rhetoric that the president uses or some of the other more hardline advisers around him you know he doesn't use the term illegal aliens and and speaks instead of vulnerable family so he's very much tried to maintain this this kind of even keel as a as a neutral career law enforcement official and it you know it wouldn't be hard to see the administration wanting somebody who would be a more you know aggressive messenger on immigration going into the into the you know the campaign and you know so I think I think you know it's definitely you know something were watching rich what do you make of that because it seems to me like there are two sets of things that immigration hardliners of wanted they want some of these deliverables in terms of fewer illegal crossings policy changes to make it more difficult to seek asylum in the US Macklin seems to deliver that they also seem to want certain rhetorical things in certain performances of an immigration enforcement I mean for example some of these ice rates that mac lean and actually intervenes to try to prevent because he thought it was going to undermine support on Capitol Hill for some of the administration's policies at the border and so what is it that the people on on your side of this issue want has mac lean and given given them the.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Eighteen cartridge for your kids. Well. A lot of my friends. Get back to the drawing board. My kid. My kid falls under that rule. Well, eighteen characters I was not aware of that. I like Ricky Bobby a lot. And if you're not I shall less Mike in Washington's online. And then Travis I promise we'll go to break. Mike what's up? Goodbye. Brothers morning. It's going on up here Seattle and my name for horse this Seahawk country up here, as you know, is Wilson the lock it. Yes. I like that. Yeah. We love. We love the Seahawks up Fairbrother this country union member we even fly out of the Seahawks flag at our union hall up here, we love the Seahawks fan. Well, I've covered Russell Wilson. A freshman. NC state. I covered them modeling baseball. So I'm all about Wilson to rocket. Okay. Does that fall under the eighteen yet does the falls in eighteen character? Hey, man. I I sent you calling from from Seattle at way too early in the morning. Yeah. Wilson the lock and abide the name another one. It would be from the outhouse to the pant house their house. Depend on us. Okay. That's I like that house. Depend house to the lead. All right. Appreciate it. Mike. Hopefully, we'll get another call from the Seattle area at the bottom of the hour from Kenya main. I don't know if we can kiss. Kinney lose there in Bristol, Connecticut. I don't understand it. It's Marty McGee on ESPN ready to right now is just an McGee because I'm watching mardi now. And we'll cut into him a little bit while he's trying to act like he knows about horse racing. Sports centres morning.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Dino show. I'm sorry. Not sorry. The shows that I turned down and motor to speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself data that I could giving you the facts and natural right? Is a right. You have is a free American. He's not up for debate up for discussion up for abridgement, nor compromise nor rollback in any. Listen live around the world. Are you a citizen or argue with subject because I'm a citizen, and I'll ask whatever question I want you whenever I want to if you're a subject you go on a Nubia subject. I'm a citizen the Dino show. Chance to speak to the president is I know you guys are the social friends never did business together produce social friends. Have you spoken to them before? Did he give you any advice? Well, I have a lot of people to give me a vise, and he's been very supportive. I know is working very hard to serve the best interests of the contract. Well, I tell you what. Diversey? The apparently, though, what is it? They were. I think both team owners had donated to Trump at some point by Alexia cranky. Welcome back. Second hour of the program had t- lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook a lot happening today. We had the Super Bowl last night. And before we get into some of the latest with the Ralph Northam fallout CNN is very upset you guys they're super upset right now over something. Are you ready? Here's the story. Why are Adam Levine's nipples fine for air, but two thousand and four zero wardrobe malfunction may Janet Jackson a pariah for years. Actual story that they're running. They said that people had opinions about this. And that it is sexist and also apparently his shirt looked like a ruins curtains and pillows. My thing that I didn't even care about that mind. What my kids were mad because we thought that we were gonna have SpongeBob sweet victory performance honoring the creator, Stephen hill bird. And there was like a three second thing and didn't happen. Yeah. And then Travis Scott came in. Like a three second thing. And then Travis Scott came in. I just I you watched the Super Bowl, right? The the what is it? The one ad there were two ads the Microsoft ad where the kids were playing games. And by the way, all of those children if Ralph Northam had his way could have been made comfortable after birth. And then the parents could decide whether or not they were gonna live. I loved it because it was talking about gaming and how it that's what makes these kids and they play together. It makes them all put them on the same Plainfield so to speak. That was such a great ad the one with Zoe Kravitz was weird. It was a Michelob ultra commercial. And it was just her whispering into the camera with shots of beer. And I thought that I don't understand what they were going for their that was weird purity in some way, I have no idea. But it was what is it their gold? They're pure gold. I think it was their Michelob the the brand they're going for now. I just. It was the it was weird. It was. I don't understand what. Yeah. I don't know. It was a very, yeah. It was what they call the ASMAR trend. So that's for autonomous sensory. Meridian response. It's the tingling feeling that you get on your scalp when you hear a third and founder experience a certain stimulus. It made me think in a way of Catherine o'hara's fake commercial for fruit wine from creek the. So if you love fruit wine the much they do. Guys are great. We've got a play that. But you gotta watch at the end of it. I was weird because she she do we have that. She just like she just spoke into the screen, and I kept thinking what is this? What am I watching because she would say? Things like this. Beer, beer. Not like fatty gross spear. Yeah. Listen to the is this weird to me. This is the answer. Sound like she just landed in a spacious experience. Something together. Okay. Chris walking. Clearly holding a bottle. You can feel it places appeared looks like your Hawaiian. The monster coming. Jeez. Spear. You can taste. You can taste of beer. Taste can..

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now, the data show on news ninety six point five. Chance to speak to the president is I know you guys are social friends business together social friends. Have you spoken to him before? Did he give you any advice? Well, I have a lot of people would give me advice, and he's been very supportive. I know he's working very hard to serve the best interests of the contract who well, I tell you what controversy. Apparently, though, what does it? They were. I think both team owners had donated to Trump at some point Basse. Welcome back. Second hour of the program. T- lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook a lot happening today. We had the Super Bowl last night. And before we get into some of the latest with the Ralph Northam fallout CNN is very upset you guys they're super upset right now over something. Are you ready? Here's the story. Why are Adam Levine's nipples fine for but two thousand four's aware drove mouth function may Janet Jackson a pariah for years. It's an actual story that they are running CNN. They said that people had opinions about this. And that it is sexist and also apparently his shirt looked like everyone's curtains and pillows. My thing that I didn't even care about that mind. What my kids were mad because we thought that we were gonna have SpongeBob sweet victory performance honoring the creator, Stephen hill Lindberg, and they there was like a three second thing and didn't happen. Yeah. And then Travis Scott came in. Like a three second thing. And then Travis Scott came in. I just I you watch the Super Bowl, right? The the what is it? The one ad. There are two is the Microsoft ad where the kids were playing games. And by the way, all of those children if Ralph Northam had his way could have been made comfortable after birth. And then the parents could decide whether or not they were going to live. I loved it because it was talking about gaming and how it that's what makes these kids and they play together. It makes them all puts them all in the same Plainfield so to speak. That was such a great ad the one with Zoe Kravitz was weird. It was a Michelob ultra commercial. And it was just her whispering into the camera with shots of beer. And I thought that I don't understand what they were going for their purity in some way, I have no idea. But it was what is it their gold their pure gold? I think it was their Michelob the the brand there were going for now. No, I just. It was the. It was weird. It was. I don't understand what. Yeah. I don't know. It was very yeah. It was what they call the ASMAR trend. So that stands for autonomous sensory. Meridian response. It's the tingling feeling that you get on your scalp when you hear a certain sounder experience a certain stimulus. It made me think in a way of Catherine o'hara's fake commercial for fruit wine from shits creek the show if you love fruit wine the month, they do. Guys, great. We've got to play that. But you gotta watch at the end of it. I just thought it was weird because she she do we have that. She just like she just spoke into this screen. And I kept thinking what is this? What am I watching because she would say things like this? Beer. Beer. Like fatty gross beer. Yeah. Listen to the it. Was this weird to me? This is the. Sound like she just landed in patient experience. Something. Together. Okay. Chris watson. Clearly holding a bottle. Place. Feel it. Looks like you're in Hawaii. The monster coming. Jeez. Here. You can taste it. You can taste. Taste for beer. Get some weird. I don't I don't know. Weird. Why is because we're used to see in beer commercials with like, dilly, dilly and stuff like that where it's volleyball playing or guide girl getting together sort of a thing. I'm not commercial for fancy beer. You know, how how I know. It's effective is the fact that you're talking about it you remember it now because I'm I'm not did I purchase it though. But you remembered the ad you remember, I'm going to be looking at it. Like, this is the whisper beer, right? They don't care as long as you buy one going to it's okay. It's weird though. I just I felt like they were trying to its beer I felt like they were trying to make it like fancy beer Justin bear, it's pure gold could grief I've seen. That's what you wash your beer glasses in. Just saying. I'm just saying I had feels about the some of those add feels about some of the some of the commercials. The did you hate the halftime show. Everybody was was just so mad about it will that's when I took the time to, you know, use the restroom mortar chicken wings, get delivery stuff. Like that. I wasn't really paying attention that much to the halftime show to be honest with you once even I didn't even pay that much attention to the the game analysis right after the first half. I was just literally right in the bathroom, and then ordering chicken wings and then getting chicken wing, gosh, chicken, tingling, amazing. I love chicken wings, Holland's are so good. Yeah. The I I'm just not into maroon five. And they hit every note. I just didn't think it was thought to heard him a little flat some some parts but performing live parts it was so high couldn't hear with flat dogs in the neighborhood were all about it. He he definitely has some talent. There's no getting around that. He's a talented guy. They write the hits. It's maroon five I mean, it's not going to be. Everybody's back. Totally not everybody's bag at all. But and then and then Travis Scott came out big boy came out. I thought he was great. He came out. Great car. Great for co gets up on stage. I knew he had to be sweater death. But it looked good. And then they went back to do the whole. I don't know. I just and then they had the drones. The drones were kind of cool. And then everyone was mad because they thought was that just a nod to capture knit you mean, the guy who sucked and turned down an offer from another team. And he only started doing this when he wasn't getting enough attention. Okay. Did that guy? He cares because it's. Fun, the ASMAR commentary on that. So I don't know what the ratings were. I didn't look to see because I didn't care enough. I didn't even watch a lot of the commercials on it. Although I did see those in the Microsoft one that one legit made me like I'm not crier, but I had big old, man. Tears welling up in my eyes, my old man, I'm going to have to go act like I've got sought from these chips in my face or something that was just got all the fields that goes with onions in here. Oh, and then I saw the Washington Post one which I thought was hysterical hysterically bad. So let me let me make sure I get that. Right. The Daily Beast. Now, I told you how CNN was really mad about this. Oh, wait. Wait CNN. Was they were mad over Adam Levine's nobles, which you hear this one. Check out this hot take guys ready. There's star quarterback. Actually, we you know, what I need to do this AS mar style. Star quarterback. Owner support Trump. But that's not all. That makes the patriots the. Of white nationalists. That's the Daily Beast headline style. So it's experience. Yeah. It's a white nationalist team apparently combined heard that whispering in the middle of the night. I woke up to it. I'd be the would be terrifying. So they say that it's a white nationalist team. For some reason. Okay. There is there's it's this is where we are someone actually wrote this story someone really wrote the story. Yeah. And it is a how many was like two thousand words of just bitching moaning. They were they had their sweatiest fans at at at. Gillette stadium. And they did it did they just went on and on and on about how patriots coach Bill Belichick. He wrote a letter to Trump before the end of the campaign that basically amounted to an endorsement, and the owner Robert Kraft is also his pal, and he was even at the pre-inauguration dinner in DC, and they get into how Tom Brady had a hat in his locker at one point. I remember that they had like, yeah. So they just went on and on and on and on and on and. It says this is literally what someone rope. Look, it doesn't matter if the patriots like it or not they are the official team of American white nationalism. When you root for the patriots. You're associating yourself with the revolting strain of politics that seeks to make America great again, white European and English speaking what? Good night. Somebody rose. They're not you're a bigot. Yes. Somebody actually thought that this was going to this was good for inclusion. Okay. See if you want you want to know how you get more Trump. You get more Trump like this. If you root for this one team you're racist because it's a racist team. Wow. That's really fitting considering the governor of your party just was in black face apparently enough to be called, quote, unquote, Koon man, but you know, you do right. Oh my goodness. Moving on. We got headlines coming up and more. Celtic makes great firearm. They make some really cool stuff. Whether it is the PM are thirty or the RG because they have the Artie Artie as a hate, you can I have the RDBMS for survival totally customize wonder woman style because it's a really cool firearm. And it's the bullpen downright has the best factory will trigger out there on the market. They do things right. They're incredibly innovative. And they I mean with their innovative with safety like, for instance, already be the cash g the tactical shock online. These are inva- dexterous, the the the shelves empty out your line of sight, their new twenty two L are this EP thirty-three P for competition. Pistol. 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"l z. then travis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Coming. Jeez. Pierre. Taste it. You can taste of beer. Taste the pair before. Weird. I don't I don't know. Seemed weird. Why is because we're used to see in beer commercials with like, dilly, dilly and stuff like that. Where it's volleyball playing or guy girl gets together. Sort of a thing. I'm not commercial for fancy. You know, how how I know. It's effective is the fact that you're talking about your member now because I'm I'm not did. I purchase it though. No. But you remembered the ad you remember, I'm going to be looking at it. Like, this is the whisper beer, right? They don't care as long as you buy one. Now, not going to it's okay. It's weird though. I just I felt like they were trying to if beer I felt like they were trying to make it like fancy beer, Justin bear, pure gold. Could grief I've seen. That's what you wash your beer glasses in. Saying I'm just saying I had feels about the some of those add feels about some of the some of the commercials. The did you hate the halftime show. Everybody was was just so mad about it will that's when I took the time to use the restroom chicken wings, get delivery. You know, stuff like that. I wasn't really paying attention that much to the halftime show to be honest with you once even I didn't even pay that much attention to the game analysis right after the first half. I was just literally right? Like in the bathroom, and then ordering chicken wings and then getting chicken wing gosh. Chicken chicken wings on amazing? Very good. Love chicken wings. How answer so good? Yeah. The I. I'm just not in a maroon five and they hit every note. I just didn't think it was a hurt him a little flat some some parts but performance parts, it was so high couldn't hear with flat in the neighborhood were all about it was he he definitely has some talent. There's no getting around that. He's a talented guy. They write the hits. It's maroon five I mean, it's not going to be. Everybody's back. Totally not everybody's bag at all. But and then and then Travis Scott came out big boy came out. I thought he was great. He came out. Great car. Great for coat gets up on stage. I know you had to be sweated earth, but it looked good. And then they went back to do the whole. I don't know. I just and then they had the drones drones were kind of cool. And then everyone was mad because they thought was that just a nod to capture knit you mean, the guy who sucked and turned down an offer from another team. And he only started doing this when he wasn't getting enough attention. Okay. There did that guy. No, he cares. Because it's. Fun, the ASMAR commentary on that. So I don't know what the ratings were. I didn't look to see because I didn't care enough. I didn't even watch a lot of the commercials on it. Although I did see those in the Microsoft one that one legit made me like, I'm not a crier, but I had big old, man. Tears welling up on. My is my old, man. I'm going to have to go act like I've got salt from these chips in my face or something. It was just got all the fields that goes with onions in here. Oh, and then I saw the Washington Post one which I thought was hysterical, historically, bad. So let me let me make sure I get that. Right. The Daily Beast. Now, I told you how CNN was really mad about this way. CNN was they were mad over Adam Levine's nobles witty here this one check out this hot take guys ready. There's star quarterback. Actually, you know what I need to do. This say some are style. Quarterback. Owner. Support trump. But that's not all. The patriots. The preferred. White. Nationalists. That's the Daily Beast headline as Amar style. So it's experience. Yeah. The white nationalist team apparently combined heard that whispering in the middle of the night. And I woke up to it. I would be terrifying. So they say that it's a white nationalist team. For some reason. Okay. There is there's this is where we are somewhat. Actually wrote this story someone really wrote the story. Yeah. And it is a how many was like two thousand words of just bitching and moaning. They were they had their sweatiest fans at at at. Gillette stadium. And they did it. They just went on and on and on about how patriots coach Bill Belichick. He wrote a letter to Trump before the end of the campaign that basically amounted to an endorsement, and the owner Robert Kraft is also his pal, and he was even at the pre-inauguration dinner in DC, and they get into how Tom Brady had a hat in his locker at one point. I remember that they had like, yeah. So they just went on and on and on and on and on and. It says this is literally what someone wrote look it doesn't matter if the patriots like it or not they are the official team of American white nationalism. When you root for the patriots. You're associated yourself with the revolting strain of politics that seeks to make America great again, white European and English speaking what? Good night. Somebody wrote not you're a bigot. Yes. Somebody actually thought that this was going to this was good for inclusion. Okay. See if you want you want to know how you get more Trump. You get more Trump like this. If you root for this one team you're racist because it's a racist team. Wow. That's really fitting considering the governor of your party just was in black face apparently enough to be called, quote, unquote, Koon man, but you know, you do right. Oh my goodness. Moving on. We got headlines coming up and more Keltec makes a great firearm. They make some really cool stuff. Whether it is the PM or thirty or the Cardi B because they have the I have the Ardy B as a hate. You can I have the RDBMS for survival totally customize wonder woman style because it's a really cool firearm. And it's the bullpen dun-rite has the best factory bullpen trigger out there on the market. They do things right. They're incredibly innovative. 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"l z. then travis" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on The NFL Show

"So I feel like they're going to be able to really succeed with those three receiver sets, whereas Allen Tiro Williams and Mike Williams, and then Travis Benjamin sprinkled in there. I really like that team, hey, you know that like viral clip a couple of years ago, this Trent Dilfer where he was like in order to win the National Football League, you gotta learn to not lose. You know what I'm saying? Like I understand why that's funny. I think it's very funny, but I kind of feel that way with the chargers. You're so right. I hate. Where so much. Let me say it's like, you know what, guys, let's learn not to lose. Let's learn not to just somehow give up a massive play with fifty five seconds left what's learned to not throw the crappy kicker for some reason and have him this chip shots. I just there's just so many. If you gave bell check the chargers. There'd be some problems for the NFL. Oh my God. I'm not saying the he bad coach. I'm just saying we saw some issues last year from a strategic stamp. He would turn Derwin James into like a flaming hunk of knives slick. It would be terrifying and he might be anyone ever would have taken Joey Bosa. He would have just kept trading back. The bow saying thing is so fun. I, the corners are excellent. You'd throw Derwin. James in their Jalil day is very good, secondary safety. That's a really good team. All right. AFC wildcard, teams, boy, you know, I'm gonna say the first of all this gets into what happened last year, which is not enough. Good AFC teams. Yes. So I'm gonna go with the chiefs based on Mr.. Andy Reid. I'm with you on that. I guess, I guess by virtue of their defense, I'm going to go with the Jacksonville Jaguars. I am not going to do that. Okay. Okay. Picking the titans. I liked the titans. I feel looser. Looser pick. Basically, Matt leflore, and dean pees pick. I think he's an underrated defensive coordinator. I really do pick and I like their personnel. I just feel like John Robinson has done a very good job assembling that team. And I feel like now he has a coaching staff and put in place that could actually kind of on lock it. It's Mario, if Mario can really take a step back, I guess, take fuller with the flu or if that offense coalesce is if they really learn how to use those weapons. I think that team could be really fun. The chiefs I think could win eleven games. It's solely by virtue of their offense. I have zero faith in their ability to stop anybody, but I have a lot of faith in their boat to score thirty five points a game..

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For the kids they're most helpful moment came just a month later it had to do with another student who nearly everyone at the school talked about and another i at travis hill but of a very different kind it was the first graduation a graduation ceremony for one one student a whole ceremony was held for him the graduate was a kid named tristan but people don't call him tristan i have everybody companies firemen you know they'll give you nicknames like man man that's my childhood dream so i think it was in school you know we had the same song by trucks redd r e d and then i look mike and i'm liking what is looking like then every halloween from young the a certain age limit just as firefighters who are firemen every single halloween every win that's consistent tristan has the word firemen written in sharpie on the collar of his orange jumpsuit down its leg in addition to fighting fires he wants to start a storm evacuation business he grew up in the lower ninth ward and like most of the kids at travis hill he's one of the babies hurricane katrina like iran he fled to texas until the water went down he says his school class was going to be the first to graduate from a brand new school building that had just been built but then he came to jail when tristan was a juvenile he coerced underage girls online to send a naked photos he says he knew it was wrong when he was doing it and then he stopped about a year before he was arrested at age eighteen tristan is not at all the typical student at travis hill you came to jail before the school existed and was already studying to get his ged already motivated but then travis came alone it was a big game changer we had classes like real periods the transition time up thomas switch and stuff really gave an feeling like i was really in school might may i think i'm gonna love this tristan said school was like having a huge breakfast waiting for him in the morning with eggs and grits and biscuits and sausage and orange juice meanwhile his actual breakfast the first morning of school was cereal cereal the next morning to and the.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And john phillips and very happy hump day to you at three oh five in morongo casino resort and spa studios john phillips and alexis garcia in for jillian wednesday it's hard to believe isn't it skills like the longest week ever apparently you weren't around last week or now we had a lot going on then we've got a big show for you today travis ya'll and candidate for governor is going to be here in just a couple of minutes he is running as a republican he's an assemblyman from huntington beach and there are two republicans in the race there are a lot of democrats in the race gavin newsom has been pulling at number one all through the whole process antonio vera goes to the former mayor of l a had been pulling it number two but now he's just dropping dropping lap he's now polling at number four according to the latest uc berkeley pull with republican john cox coming in at second and then travis allen coming in at third but travis allen is right on the heels of john cox so so we may actually have a republican and democrat face off we could and i wanna see that because i want to see a debate of ideas as to what the future of california's gonna be and that's what we need i mean god the stages seems to be going in the wrong direction it'd be nice to hear something different it really is and i was just i was resigned to the fact that it was going to be to democrats it was going to be gavin and antonio and then i was trying to figure out which one would be less bad for the state but if we get a republican in we may not have to make that ultimate decision travis allen and you saw john cox recently and you weren't impressed at all.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"Thousand thirteen yeah this is this has got to be one of the greatest tight end drafts ever two thousand thirteen that's kelsey erz the up who else to more big ones so these guys are entering their fifth year who was the first one taken before calc before earth's was it the brown year though he was two thousand fourteen was tyler i for was one zach ertz through is one of those li round sleepers by the way believe it or not yeah like final round like it's my last pick of already taken a kicker in a defense what the hell i for gavin escobar was the third tight end vance mcdonald was the fourth and then travis cousy and then jordan reed but none of those guys finished his top fifteen tight ends it's very rare to see whatever ingram did he was top five last year the year before that hunter henry was eleventh and standard but nineteenth and pr it's pretty rare to have a must start tight end as a rookie all right thank you for don't over locate and her so as a rookie tighten up like everything else it's gonna come down to fit news notes tom brady according to espn is not committed to playing this season you guys make okay i get it levian bell did not report for the steelers voluntary offseason program there was a report today that probably is not true that said that the browns could draft to quarterbacks with their first two picks which are one and four i brought that up when we interviewed nathan's and i think he i think they should do it i think they should draft two quarterbacks i think they draft you quarterbacks as well do not think that the us their first two picks to do that i believe they use one of their first two picks and then take one later in the draft.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Had this yeah and then travis could froze seconded and i think that that we have never really tackled the topic of individual differences in personality and i think there's a lot of interesting things talk about of course given the recent to sort of controversy surrounding facebook and and cambridge analytica and stuff i think people have been reading more about big five percent traits and they would normally and i think it's worth it for a deep dive and again there there's definitely people we could get on as guests who are real personality psychologists but even if we did a deep dive i sort of intelligence episode and talk about that and and really importantly talk about why the myer briggs is not a real is that now a real thing i've never taken it yeah it's i mean it's very very popular but it's not it's not a very good test it's sort of frustrating twelve personality psychology it's that that it is sort of the ubiquitous personality tests okay i'll put that on is that three that is we have ethics of care ship in meat space one personality psychology and the push probably not because we'll do it anyway and denial of death we'll do it anyway so yes three official one so far i thought this was interesting i don't know if it's for the list but wondered what you thought this is from nelson doris he says he'd be interested in the psychology and philosophy involved in child rearing.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"She says my marriage is really good now 'cause i found my voice also last year's basically made brandy he's like look up drawn to watch a game with brian and lame brian said you guys dilma hanging out figure it out sick fast a meanwhile brandy is desired also pull pretty much the same line she's leg last year my relationship with brian was angry but because he was going to all these stephanie i had to pull louis stephanie and spend more time with bryan and help ryan's pat her two things are better and the stephanie's gone like oh my god brandy her due to a ridiculous emmys like come on honey a you know travis to you're still montauk talk in your too close for this i can not listen too much more wiz rain wall on drawn a sleep like obama in attallah's social scene he's made an effort to be with more people that are more important in and he goes with verses you the good and this jar that proud the camel's back is that we had a father's day event and she said inside a red magazines and then travis was like wants you hang out she said you hang out with your france and i was like well you think you're better than me and then hours like sad hina want it be hanneke an so let's go over to the wolf gang baker her weird camera lim deirdre wbz's her gray i just say i just wanted one comment um look at sorry no no randy is upset that stephanie.

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"l z. then travis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"l z. then travis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Phillies have a big any jacob barnes comes on to pitch the first better he faces nick williams he gets a base hit than herrera gets abassid runners on first and second for kamran rough cameron roppa hit a home run on a two one pitch so that at that point ends up making it a eight uh that would tie the ballgame off perkins dane gets a face it the brewers are able to get out of the innings with a double play so it was eight eight going into the ninth inning the brewers would then headed to the nine as hector narus comes on the pitch for the phillies the first batter the inning is eric themes the next batter is non pareto's eight eight game pitched to peres where's the bond again gets down nearest gloves he's going to throw a third and they're gonna get eric famous you're really thought that might come back to bite the more you don't wanna give bit but then travis shaw obey ace it puts runners on at the corners for domingo santana runners on the corners want out there as throws santana thought of laughter basit peres comes down to score and the brewers taking nine eight leave corrigan able would then come on he would pitch the nine he would get the save as the brewers come away with the win final score is nine eight the brewers get the win it was anything but easy tonight but all that matters is that the brewers do come away with the w and with that saved by corrigan naval remax donates another.

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