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"lll  t." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"There's so much force and looked like sea may have come off the ground a little bit. Fortunately for the Gators, Kyle pitches up walking off the field on his own. He's got his helmet. His hands is probably gonna have to shake that one off a little bit because that was just A huge hit in the middle of the field. At the revue ruling on the field is confirmed number 16 is disqualified. Official David Almond is the replay official. He rules that Hit by Louis scene is Targeting hit on Kyle pits and so seems ejected from the game. So I already talked about the fact that Richard Lll account was not playing in this game because of a traffic accident that he had last Saturday after the Kentucky Game. Lewis scene was likely going to see more playing time filling in For him in this game. Now he's going to be out for the rest of this one. So George is gonna have to continue to work their way through the depth chart. Guys, they're going to end up having to step up and play a more prominent role that they have previously on. It's a freshman that will have to replace seeing By the name of major bones number 20 all on the 28 yard line. First down and 10 and a sprint draw. This time goes to Pierce running hard to the left side. He gets to the 25 yard line and money. Rice brings him down. After a three yard pick up Game is tied at 21 plot turns eight minutes 10 seconds to go here in the first half. We've already seen a lot of success from Florida throwing the football downfield. So I'm just curious how long it's gonna take that Dan Mullen and Brian Johnson to continue to push the ball downfield, knowing that Georgia's got some injuries in that secondary, specifically the safety position to try to take advantage of that. One right back into the game. A tailback trashed off throw flips over the left side. He's got a man wide open touchdown, a 25 yard proto 10 more gamble on the Gators take the lead as trash throws his third touchdown of the first half. Maybe not a real route as designed, but just bringing Kumari gamble out to the left side of the formation. Basically, what they're doing is just like Crossing place, So they're taking the outside receiver, running him inside the field and then bringing it inside receiver. Whether it's a tight end or running back in the running outside around that time, Mari Gamble just wide open once again down the left side of the formation, George is not able to make the adjustment. Here's the point by person, and he drills that one up in good well in the first three games against Kirby Smart Florida only scored five touchdowns. Told they've got four today already. Yeah, These guys are running on all cylinders right now and again. The resiliency after getting down early in this game, just come back Storming with 28 points on the boards. Impressive to see from the Gators.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WSB-AM

"On the Gators bringing us up today. How do you see the Gator team today? Coming in? Well, one of the things that was Ah Achilles heel for the Gators, particularly the first three games was their defense. I mean, their defense was dreadful to be quite honest, but Having curry Campbell back Carrie Campbell back on That defensive line seemed to make a big difference in last week's game against Missouri. Now, that's one game. You know what? I'm not saying It's going to carry over. Till today, But I think the Gators feel a lot more comfortable Ah, with with Campbell there and keep in mind. They had two weeks to prepare to. I mean, they had two straight weeks off, so they're very well rested as his Georgia coming in today. But, you know, obviously when you when you look at the depth chart when you look at who's out, I mean, clearly favors the Gators this week because Georgia's Noto have Richard lll account out that Julian Rochester out Pickens out. I mean, it's a It's a big bite out of both sides of the ball. So even though George is a three point favorite today, I kind of like the Gators chances a little bit better because I think two things. I think I think Florida has a little bit more margin for error. And I think their offense has a little bit more of an explosive element to it. Now. How does George offset that? They offset by there by having their tackles have a really good game, allowing Zamir White. Ah, you know, I just think Stetson Bennett is a type of quarterback. That, you know he's not gonna bring you back. I don't think for a 14 10 point deficit, so if he could stay on if the Georgia could stay ahead of the sticks and play with a lead or play tied And I think it'll be Ah, tight game, but I do like Florida just because I just think when you have a big edge it quarterback that's that's huge. That's huge difference, So I think Florida might have an edge from that respect. But, you know, let's not. Let's not ignore the fact that Kirby Smarts won three straight games against Florida and Dan Mullen acknowledged this week about how well scheme Georgia's defense has been, and that Kirby has all the answers to all the questions inside and out, which is his basically his way of saying that Kirby will scheme up that defense really well. Well,.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WSB-AM

"WSB Final Channel two Landmark Communications poll of Campaign 20 twenties out this past hour, and it shows President Trump gaining some ground in Georgia. He's ahead. 50.1% to 46% a wider margin than previously although still within the margin of error. Excuse me. The margin of error. The eyes of the world are on the US presidential election. There's Michael Kastner. Analysts at the Dutch financial services firm Ray Burbank. Say Ah Biden wind could usher in Mork constructive collaboration on a wide range of topics. On the other hand, North Korean leader Kim Jong UN recently called Biden a rabid dog. That was after the Democratic nominee promised to hold North Korea accountable for its gross human rights abuses. Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Apparent terrorism attack in Vienna, Austria. This evening there at least one person dead, several others heard in gun attacks at six different locations. One suspect has been killed. The first incident was outside the main synagogue in Vienna. At least one was at a hotel nearby, a Hilton Hotel encouraging medical news this afternoon on George's Star Safety Richard Lll accounts Stephen has, authorities say the dirt bike involved in his accidents was unregistered still in the hospital, but improving, says head coach Kirby Smart was moved from an ASI you a room to a regular room, which was Good step. Good news accounts being treated at Piedmont Athens Regional Hospital following that motorcycle accident Saturday night after the team had returned from the Kentucky game, No word yet how long he might be hospitalized. A full recovery is expected accounts. Mom says the helmet her son was wearing saved his life. Chris Camp 95.5 w SPIT and WSB News Times. 6 33 Join.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WSB-AM

"Days before Election Day happening right now in Washington, Michigan. Anybody have a code I could use, please. This's definitely not the right one. Hello, Michigan. 39 degrees in Washington, Michigan. The president also holding a make America great again Rally tonight in Rome, Georgia Senator Kamala Harris is on the campaign trail and Gwinnett County this afternoon. Joe Biden leaves a Wilmington, Delaware for two campaign events in Philadelphia. Roughly 40,000 Georgia, customers are still waiting for power to be restored following Hurricane Zeta. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has declared a state of emergency and here comes another one Tropical storm ADA becomes the 28th nor named storm of 2020 it formed in the Caribbean Sea last night. Forecasters now using the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet as a storm name, ADA ties the mark set in 2005. Number five Georgia Bulldogs beating up on Kentucky yesterday 14 to 3 W S. B J Black reports that puts the Georgia record at foreign one. He looked ugly. It was ugly, but Georgia's offense actually average more yards per plate than any game this season. 6.1 Stetson Bennett wasn't asked to do much at quarterbacks of those two picks are not ideal in all but severe. White has his best game and the defense does its thing with the monitor deduction of not getting off the field quick enough. Florida is up next Saturday Kickoff 3 30 on WSB Radio and the WSB radio APP. Georgia store safety Richard Lll account likely won't make it to that game. He was struck by two cars while driving his motorcycle in an accident last night following the game, his family says account suffered a bruised shoulder scrapes and cuts. Luckily, though, no broken bones WSB news time 11 32 will have a check on traffic and weather next introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way. If your customers to pay simply download the papal app and display your own unique you are code for your customers to scan whether you're a market seller, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak. You are code payments. No cellar fees until.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WSB-AM

"A little bit later letting that football go undecided. I think where he wanted to go with it. Pump fake one time and then let it loose. It was a second. That's going to be the second interception of the day for Kentucky, their 11th this season. And that's been its fifth in the last two games. Pretty athletic play as well. Make that interception to get his feet down. Cats take over their own 18 yard line after that, picked by Joseph Here's Rodriguez running right through our line of scrimmage across the 20 to the 26 yard line, wrapped up by Richard Lll account in the Georgia secondary. But the game was eight. It's going to be second to for the cats who trail Georgia 14 to 3. Getting late here in the third quarter, less than five minutes remaining in the period. Rodriguez only a couple of yards away now from Getting the century mark. You needed 119 coming into today to reach 1000 for his career. George has lost a couple of interior linemen today, which doesn't help their cause Any wildcat with Rodriguez direct snap to him, and he runs Hesitating a little bit of grand to the right waiting for blocks to develop. Dogs pile it up nicely on the far side of the field shy of the 30 yard line with Warren Brinson and Nolan Smith on the stop of Rodriguez. He got the first down at the 28. That's where he needed to go, and he got it by inches. Let's go out to Chuck on the sidelines, Cooks Pest control Chuck Scott, You alluded to it earlier, but John Sharman, who's the offensive line coach for Kentucky, has been battling cancer. And he's not here today. He's missing this game he missed last week. Their center Has has been doing a terrific job, in fact, kind of taken over helping Tio drink Jacksonville kind of coach that offensive line but the thoughts and prayers of the entire Dawg Nation or with Coach Norman on these Wildcats Jackson wearing his coaches, former number number 65 Today, Gate Woods in trouble going to scramble out of the pocket near side at the 30 hit of the 31 on down at the 32 hit by Kobe Dean and Tray von Walker. His Gatewood scrambles for whatever he could find. What he found was about what six yards or so five or six second down for the cats on their own 32 yard line. Dogs brought strong safety pressure, but we brought it from about 12 yards deep. So super delay but pretty good coverage down feel the pressure. Never got Gatewood. It was the coverage that made him.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WSB-AM

"Safe with people. You know, you got your fifth rank. Georgia Bulldogs are headed to Lexington. Take it away, and it is good. Another 51 yarder. Jack, unless name game begins at eight kickoff at noon, while Hannah Diving interception, Richard Lll account with diving board got his arms up, scooped it off the Don't miss a Saturday, right here on 95.5 of us. 11 50 in the cold grey carrier WSB 24 hour Traffic center graduated to the right 25 North bound the interlude before Langford Parkway exit by still wanting to be brake lights A travel ban tree continues out in Carroll County because of roadwork. I 20 westbound before state route 1 13 exit 19, Right. Lane is closed. Expect heavy delays at Avila Ricardo Use Highway 78 before chili elsewhere, Like in the city, you look great. Wide open both directions. Downtown connector 75 85 north and South bound. I'm Veronica. Around. 95.5 WSB mainly drive through Tuesday. Showers back Wednesday heavy rain and storms possible by Thursday. I'm gentle traction news pathologist. Pregnant forecast is coming up on or anytime at WSB radio dot com as Excitable talk show host full of passions. I think I'm supposed to get all upset about the fact that the reckoning has finally gotten to the Beatles,.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WGN Radio

"This year's Alabama offense is off to an historic start ripping off 8.7 yards per play the highest rate in the modern era. They Ko told this last week by scoring touchdowns on their final eight possessions. Mack Jones has been professor blastoff averaging 13.3 yards per pass, which would also be a record. He's got more 20 plus yard connections than he does in completions. Sealand, Waddle and Devante Smith or both established playmakers and likely first round picks. Now John met the third is another home run option. And, Oh, yeah, Naji Harris is one of the best all around backs in the country running behind a first class o line. Georgia defence is torturing opponents like a haunted forest. It's the best there's been since the legendary 2011 Bama unit, which was led by Kirby Smartness coordinator there, yielding practically nothing on the ground 1.5 yards per carry and not too shabby guarding the air just over five yards per pass. Aziz Ojul. Ari has really broke it out. In his redshirt sophomore campaign, Monty Rice is prowling from the middle linebacker spot. Richard Lll account and Eric Stokes already have two interceptions apiece. There have a great hasn't been off the charts at just under 18%. They simply swarm to the ball at all three levels and are extremely stingy, allowing even red zone visits. The strength of Georgia's offense has been staying on the field. The dogs lead the country with an average time of possession of 35 a half minutes. Sameer White is the leading rusher but averaging less than four yards of total. Paris, Jackson has emerged as the go to receiver for Stetson Bennett, the fourth we'll see if Todd Monken is tempted to go a bit more modern against Obama, D that got incinerated by Ole Miss. Last week, Bama defensive coordinator Pete Golden will have to tighten it up for Dylan Moses and company Dogs have the special teams advantage rated third in the country per Bill Connelly's S P Plus Bama is 15th tonight marks just the second regular season meeting between Georgia and Alabama since 2008 the two games in 2018 in Atlanta, were spectacular, with Bama climbing out of a 13 nothing halftime hole to win the national championship in walkoff fashion.

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Facebook and follow us on Twitter, where at the forum Welcome back to form. I'm Ariana Prey lll in for Meena Kim. We're talking about how the pandemic is impacting women with Alexis Craft Covic, senior partner with McKinsey and co author of Women in the Workplace, 2020 reports. And helicopters lit when clinical psychologist and founder of Latinos think big a network of professional women and bloom in a modern psychotherapy practice, and Serena Khan, chief executive officer with the Women's Foundation, California Alexis Krukov itch in terms of that comment. We got from Chris that I read before the break. Where didn't want to take the risk of Louis losing the job they had, even though it's unsatisfying, and they just feel stuck. Do you think that will be more is part of the trend in part of kind of the stagnation that's happening in addition to the job loss that we're seeing. It's absolutely huge worry. We already see pre pandemic that in fact, the biggest inhibitor to women advancing is not their appetite or ambition. It is the structural challenges that get in the way. And what happens for women is that very first promotion that sets up a pathway for continued progress. So things like I'm going to switch from educator to taking on a broader role or expanding my opportunities that Does not happen at the same rate. So for every 100 men that leap forward into that first opportunity on Lee 85 women you And if you look at women of color, that disparity is even greater for Latino women. It's only 71 women and for black women, it's only 58. The reason this is so important is because it speaks to the other comments that have been made about earning power if we don't set women of early To progress. They start to feel very quickly, like when a tradeoff has to be made if they have the ability financially to choose to step forward or back that they should be the one to step back. If they have someone else in the household who can earn more? We really need to help not only enable women to stay in but stay in reaching forward to those opportunities because there's a great risk here that all.

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"On forum will talk with Jim Tankersley of The New York Times about the economy and election. 2020 will compare Trump in Biden's economic plans update you on where we stand with another covert relief package and bring you the latest on Trump's tax returns. We'll also take your questions on where each candidate stands with regard to the economy and your taxes for the latest updates on our programs and guests, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, where at the forum Welcome back to Forum. I Mariana Prey lll in for Meena Kim. We're talking about how the pandemic is impacting women with Alexis Craft Covic, senior partner with McKinsey and co author of Women in the Workplace, 2020 reports. And helicopters lit when clinical psychologist and founder of Latinos think big a network of professional women and bloom in a modern psychotherapy practice, and Serena Khan, chief executive officer with the Women's Foundation, California Alexis Krukov itch in terms of that comment. We got from Chris that I read before the break. Where didn't want to take the risk of Louis losing the job they had, even though it's unsatisfying, and they just feel stuck. Do you think that will be more is part of the trend in part of kind of the stagnation that's happening in addition to the job loss that we're seeing. It's absolutely huge worry. We already see pre pandemic that in fact, the biggest inhibitor to women advancing is not their appetite or ambition. It is the structural challenges that get in the way. And what happens for women is that very first promotion that sets up a pathway for continued progress. So things like I'm going to switch from educator to taking on a broader role or expanding my opportunities that Does not happen at the same rate. So for every 100 men that leap forward into that first opportunity. Only 85 women view. And if you look at women of color, that disparity is even greater for Latino women. It's only 71 women and for black women, it's only 58. The reason this is so important is because it speaks to the other comments that have been made about earning power if we don't set women up early. To progress. They start to feel very quickly, like when a tradeoff has to be made if they even have the ability financially to choose to step forward or back that they should be the one to step back. If they have someone else in the household who can earn more? It's that we really need to help not only enable women to stay in, but stay in reaching forward to those opportunities because there's a great risk here that all.

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were at the forum on Twitter and Facebook, and you can email us at Forum at HQ dot or GE. I'm Ariana Prey lll informing a Kim back more after the break. Support for cake comes from a generous gift from Yang Trim and Maria Manetti shrimp. Founders of the Minetti Sri Museum of Art at U. C. Davis, who believe that all people deserve access to education and culture to enrich a lifetime of exploration and learning and mighty mighty mite termite services the Bay Area termite experts Mighty mite adheres to all social distancing and safety guidelines. Mighty mite now provides estimates on both termite elimination and would damage repair mighty mite termite dot com. On the next science Friday, We'd take a trip to the outer banks to check out a shipwrecked and all the microbes that call it home. So we want to control the growth of microbes that could cause damage. But we also want to maybe promote the growth of bacteria that can help preserve these wrecks, plus shedding light on black homes with this year's Nobel Prize winner, Andrea Ghez. On science Friday from W. N Y C studio science Friday. Coming up at 11 o'clock the time now is 10 20. Welcome back to form. I'm Ariana Prey lll in for Meena Kim. If you're just joining us, we're talking about how working women are faring during the pandemic. I'm joined by Alexis Craft. Covic, senior partner with McKinsey and co author of Women in the Workplace, 2020 reports and helicopters. Litwin, clinical psychologist and founder of Latinos Think Big a network of professional women and Lumen A modern psychotherapy practice, and Serena Khan, chief executive officer, Women's Foundation, California A couple comments we've received from listeners, Melanie writes. I've had to reduce my hours at work to manage balancing everything and Ebru rights. I had to reduce my hours by about 50% when school's closed in our seven year old Had to stay home. Serena calm When it comes to child care. It's I know we touched on it before it seems as if Mom's across the income spectrum are struggling with this issue. Yeah, That's absolutely right. Child care is an issue. But you know, Mom, Zara's We've heard the other speakers they have having to become You know, house cleaners, teachers, cooks as well as trying to hold down a job so that is really unsustainable, and we have to figure out you know what we conducive to provide the kinds of support That moms and other women need to be able to support their families and be contributors to the state's economy. And what is being done on the ground to support women. That just may be an example of to know if the organization's maybe grantees that you've worked with the foundation. Well, very early on in the pandemic. When we at the Women's Foundation, California began to work from home. We recognize that our grand partners very important community leaders movement leaders who have made California the great state that it is Would have difficulty but potentially shift into a work from home models. So the first thing that we did and I think that anybody who has access to resource is whether they're individuals, Institutions organizations businesses is to support. They're workers. In our case. I grant partners. We sent additional supplemental funds because we thought they might not have laptops. There is Lee membership on DH. So what we're seeing is similar to the stories that you know you're broadcasting today is that Women in particular, are having a really hard time trying Tio take care of everything in terms of, you know, perhaps working in small apartments where you've got to three kids. Doing distance learning. Everybody's sitting around a dining room table together and, you know, trying to get your work done trying to do the distance learning trying tow, you know, make sure that you Oh, and then in some cases now we're seeing all these reports of women leaving the workforce. So it's really you know, just the gender nature of the pandemic is very profound. Let's go to Color Theresa in San Francisco, Theresa, you're on the air. Oh, hi. Thanks for taking my call. Yeah, I just want to share a little bit of my experience on the essential health care worker so I can't work at home. Sometimes they have to leave the house. I have three school aged Children and my partner is trying to keep his business afloat with a P P p alone and he's on a different floor. So there's an adult with health. But when I leave I have the worksheets laid out. I hope Zoom link. It's working, and then I try and go and do my career and get home. I received terrible marks on my kindergarteners Progress report, saying she sometimes gets up turns off the camera. She should stay in her seat. And you know she's not completing her work. And I just feel terrible because I can't be there physically to guide her the way some other families are able to do it and I have contemplated drawing back in my career. Some and I put so much into it and minus very male dominated. So if I go toe professional conference it's 80% guys in 20% women and I hate to pull back when they were making strides in that area, so I just feel terrible. I feel like my kids are being penalized for making a health care worker and having to leave the house. Thank you, Teresa for sharing her story and for the work that you're doing during this pandemic. And helicopters. Litwin. Do you have lemon? Do you have any thoughts in response to Theresa's story first, that the first thought in an emotion I had was compassion. That's when you know we feel so much compassion for for women like yourself in so many women out there who are experiencing that and thank you for the work that you do, But I understand I hear you. I think there's a sense of guilt normally. Moms feel guilty as it is, and so right now, with his have with us. We have this renewed sense of killed on that We're not doing enough or that our Children like this. The situation may be falling behind. And when I normally tell parents and women that I mentor Is that you know it's going to be okay. You know, it's you We are in a very new normal and so the expectation that we had prior to the pandemic. It has to be a very different one and Children are very resilient and they will get through this. And even at the end of the day if things don't turn out to be, as expected, They're going to be fine. And you know, just trying to do your best with what you have. And the second thing I'm normally advice people to do is try to seek counseling, even if it's you know, even if you don't have something that they're sitting there going on just that stress that you carry with yourself having the opportunity to talk to someone mental how professional..

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"It reduces your biometric privacy. It also enshrines pay for privacy, which is unfair. And these are all things that take us further and further away from any ideal European or any other ideal that we want and I, you know, I just want to say, you know, Mr Starrett thinks he's much more important than anyone because he's funded by by businesses like a TNT and that's fine. He does some great work and you know, I recognize and applauded. But he says, I'm the only guy in Sacramento he's ever done anything. Consumer Federation of California Hulu and other opponents have enacted lots and lots of privacy. Wass the earlier question about identity theft, You know, we were involved in enacting the first data breach Wass and laws against identity, identity theft and wass and create great Penalties for identity theft. So to say that the only people that do anything are for proper time for is simply ignoring the reality. Most privacy advocates say Vote no on 24 Alright, well, Richard harbors with the Consumer Federation of California, the president Jim Steyer, CEO and founder of Common Sense Media. You've got 10 Seconds gym, and that's it. If you care about your own privacy in California, If you care about the privacy of kids and Dallas and consumers, it's a clear vote. Yes, on prop 20 for me, and let me think tomorrow for her report at the beginning of this segment, and thanks for listeners for their questions and comments. I mean, Kim, this is for Here's what's coming up tomorrow on forum with guest host Arianna Prey lll. The pandemic has hit working women, particularly hard women in service industries have seen their jobs disappear. While many women working from home now shoulder more responsibilities. Has the krone virus pandemic caused you to drop out of the workforce? How has covert 19 impacted your work and family? Leave us a voice. Male at 4155533300 for email form of cuba dot org's We might air your story tomorrow and for the latest updates on our programs and guests, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for.

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Atlanta - Georgia roars back to take down Arkansas in opener

Perspectives

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta - Georgia roars back to take down Arkansas in opener

"Us come out in the second half and play like we were capable of playing. The whole bowl of nations knew we would do it. Dogs fans using the open mic feature on the WSB radio apt away in on the Big win Georgia recovering from a terrible first half to beat Arkansas 37 10, Here's WSB sports director J. Black. It's not hard for Kirby's more to explain that awful first half way had to be kid Excuse abilities, but everything changed after halftime. Led by former walk on Q B. Stetson Bennett coming off the bench to throw for 2 11 and two TDs. I was expected to come in if you don't and it's kind of poor when you do, say for one play, Georges de dominates again, with Richard Lll account getting two interceptions. Pressure that we get in line behind the line again. Quarterback in there that rushed next up the home opener against Auburn Saturday night. J Black 95 15

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"The drivers and Uber is providing Clorox disinfecting wipes for drivers and writers. How safe is it to have getting over or for that matter, get left or whatever. Well, I think the question of exactly how safe or how dangerous it is really difficult question to answer, But I do appreciate that precautions that they're doing requiring drivers drivers wearing mask. Ah, partition eyes. Great. If if if cars do you have those, too Other precautions. As a passenger I would take is definitely wearing my mask. I would prefer the windows to be open weather permitting. And certainly, you know, hand washing and hide. Well, we're going to continue talking with our guests. Henry, Wounds associate professor of medicine, infectious disease specialist at Emory University School of Medicine and Nearly constant reporter for The Washington Post. Does the travel column by the way and taking your calls and e mails, so feel free to join us? You can do that now by email form a committee that organ touched on Twitter and Facebook Security forum and join us by phone 8667336786. Listen, a forum on public radio on Michael Crazy. It's coming up on forum and our second hour this morning with guest host Arianna Prey, lll diversity and inclusion in the workplace companies are beefing up hiring for roles like director of diversity as employees feel. Empowered.

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"lll  t." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WJR 760

"Expert. So we have the weigh in Yeah, This is probably. Ah, probably went back and found all of the footage that he wanted to put in that Paramount told him that he couldn't do. And now he's reinstated that that that's my understanding of it. He took all of the Ark because Francis Ford Coppola actually owns his own studio and stuff, and he has his own archives. All of the whenever you watch the Godfather on DVD, or Blue Ray. His company personally restored and remastered all of those. So he has theory. Jinnah lll film negatives. And hand so he could do whatever he wants with it. The fact that Paramount's participating is interesting. I think they want to have something that's Out and you know, since production has been delayed for movies because of Cove, it something classic, like The Godfather instantly has that recognition. And so I think they're probably onboard with redoing a re release. I don't know how successful it is, though. I don't think it's going to win best picture or anything like that. No way already sold. A lot of tickets will buy this movie. Yes, and yeah, Paramount is the It was the co producer with Mr Coppola's company, and it's the distributor. Yeah, but the whole thing, and Coppola insists that this is really what he and Mario Puzo wanted. At the beginning, but Rich just came in with the with the key ingredient there for some reason, Paramount Which probably had a lot more power than that. It does now over this movie. Paramount wanted certain things and a lot of the stuff that Mr Puzo and Coppola wanted ended up on the floor right now. It's coming back in. He did that with the apocalypse Now. Also several years, pal, Okay, so this isn't unheard of for him to do that, and also Another movie that not a lot of people know about that Coppola had done called the Cotton Club. He actually re cut it recently, and they released a new blue ray of it right, And it's almost completely different than the Ah, the theatrical cut. So I think now that he has the power and the He actually has the upper hand because studios are thirsty for content to put out right and something, especially the Godfather with the name recognition. I don't. I wouldn't be surprised if you saw Mom or stuff like this coming out from other directors to in addition to Coppola, well, isn't AH Zack Snyder is doing something like this with the What was it? Not? The Avengers owe Batman vs Superman. It's Ah, It's whatever the D whatever that other Super group is called. A Justice League justly, right, Right. You know, all those old paramount people are all gone. The guys who would have had a run in with Coppola on on the first for that was 30 years ago. They're all gone. He's still theirs. And now he gets to do what he wants. Yeah, well, look, I know the pools owe died in 97, right? Yeah, I know The Godfather franchises Cotton flack, you know for for you know, one movie or another or whatever There's always been debate on which is the best movie Mostly three is the one that gets all the criticism. Right, so I'm very interested. I mean, look, I'm going to watch this. I don't care where it's going to be here applied to pay or whatever. I'm watching it. But like I this totally I missed this completely. I'm very 2020 just turned around for me. New Year. Good. I'm glad that's awesome. Wow, That's ah, That's very excited..

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"lll  t." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:52 min | 9 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is music by Nando Cheetah rela. Well, it's actually music by Mozart, isn't it? But Nando Catarella has turned it into something very much his own. The catalogue aria Mad Amina catalogue away, Cuesta! From Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. The story goes that Mozart wrote about hearing people on the streets, singing some of his melodies. I think that was in Prague, but if you can imagine People singing Mozart on the streets of Naples. That's probably what it would sound like with all that traditional South Italian drumming and percussion. Nando Cheetah rela. Before that. We heard a song by Michael Nyman, The English composer called Profit and loss, which is based on an earlier Michael Nyman piece called in raid on Giovanni, which in turn is based on that catalogue aria by Mozart. And I think in this entire five parts, Siri's of mostly Mozart Fringe Festival shows Nyman is the composer that we're hearing more of than anyone else because he just Mozart has been a deep well for him of inspiration and of actual source material. Which is my way of saying Expect Mohr of Michael Nyman tomorrow night on our final new sounds program in this five part series. Official, mostly Mozart Festival in this pandemic year is a collaboration between Lincoln Center and W Q X are our classical music station. But 1/3 group of people got in on the act this Monday. And that was the staff of the Green space. Now that's our ground floor performance studio on We can't bring people in there. So what they did was They went out and did a Siri's of five pop up concerts, one in each borough of New York City, where musicians would play Mozart or Mozart related music. And in Queens in Queensbridge Park. The pianist and toy pianist, Sugar Bendel set up shop with with her toy piano and some electronics to play an early piece by the very young Mozart. His menu at Number two was still just a kid when he wrote this And then a piece of her own, which didn't even have a name yet, but which apparently she has retroactively called n OT, say, for toy piano and electronics, drawing on her own Filipino heritage for some of the percussion sounds that you'll hear. And that was a world premiere that written specifically for this Monday afternoon performance as part of the mostly Mozart festival, So here are two pieces recorded live outdoors, a queen's Bridge Park. Bye, sugar Vandal. That was recorded Live at Queen's Bridge Park in the borough of Queens is part of Monday's five borough marathon event done by the Green Space, Our ground floor performance studio. Currently closed but to open the mostly Mozart festival this year, they put on a set of five pop up concerts, one in each borough, and that was sugar Venda lll. Drawing on her Filipino heritage for an original piece written specifically for the occasion. It's called n OT, Say, for toy, piano and electronics. Written for this Monday event at the mostly Mozart festival, and she proceeded that by playing Mozart menu at number two Still to come on. This new sounds program will hear some music from the Norwegian composer Ralph Volunteer Percussion Concerto inspired by Mozart, and some of those letters he wrote to his dad. And a Cuban orchestra gives us a mumbo flavored version of a bit of Mozart. All of that still to come. I'm John Schaefer, and you're listening to new sounds. On the next bite Later show highlights from 2018 history. Siri's ate a brief history of the culture wars, decade by decade. How did the United States become a country where we.

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"lll  t." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"lll t." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Please feel free to join us Tollfree number 8667336786 or get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. We're at committee form or email. US form or Michael. Here's what's coming up on forum and our second hour this morning with guest host Arianna Prey lll in his book. We Keep us Safe Building secure Just an inclusive community. Zach Norris out launched a path for the US to move from an US versus them mentality. Here's what he terms a culture of care. Norris is a lawyer and executive director of the L. A. Baker Center for Human Rights will hear his vision for true public safety. And have you had Corona virus. So how has it affected your life? We want to hear your story for a possible future show email us now at forum dot or that's for that. Support for a D on Thursday morning comes from a generous gift from Yon shrimp. And Marie Minetti shrimp founders of the Minetti Shrimp Museum of Art at UC Davis, who believed that all people deserve access to education and culture. To enrich a lifetime of exploration and learning and Xfinity Xfinity delivers in home WiFi that lets customers stream their favorites, including live TV on demand and their DVR recordings on any device throughout their home. Mainstream media has a very spotty track record when it comes to fairly covering women candidates for national office with Kamala Harris, the presumptive V P pick, look at the responsibilities of the media and how we can all do better next time. On the takeaway from W N Y c N p r X or about.

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"lll  t." Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"lll t." Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"lll  t." Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"lll t." Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"A lot of angst being expressed that I'm hearing from people about the stock market is the last few weeks have been a tough roller coaster ride. So he's tough ride. When the scary ride is down. This is there's no way of me predicting if this is the start of a bear market bear market is when the value of stocks overall drops twenty percent or more or even something was mild thing called a correction, which is decline at ten percent or more. But we have had a nearly unprecedented. Run that started in late winter of two thousand no early spring two thousand nine and has gone on pretty much with just a few hiccups over almost ten years nine and a half years. This is extremely unusual and values of a lot of stocks by historical. Measurements are too high. Nothing like. Foolish bubble territory anything like that. But stocks to overshoot on the upside and overshoot as they come down. It's just part of the emotional factor involved with stocks. Plus a lot of trading now is computer based. And so the moves in stocks can be a lot sharper in short. Periods of time. Just in the trading session today, stocks moved up and down up and down up and down and. If you what day by day who knows just know that do not panic about what you might hear reported or whatever the stock market was given artificial care for years. After the banking scandals and the federal government did everything could to reflate the economy. So a certain amount of the value in stocks is fake value. Because if you think about it if you try to open a savings account for years and years, you would earn nothing on your savings. This was all part of the process of trying to keep capitalism functioning in the US. And so now is interest rates steadily climbed towards real levels. Stocks. Don't look quite as good, and that's part of the effect of getting back to a more normal economic environment. And so as a stock investor I'm changing nothing because I know this is part of the game. Is it goes through cycles? If there was money that I had in stocks that I knew I was going to need to use. In the next few years. I would be nervous because that money shouldn't be in stocks. But everything in life is about knowing the risks based on the time that you can afford to take risk so money that you are putting in let's say as most people do most people's involvement with the stock market is through a 4._0._1._K a Roth IRA and through a plan where you're invested in funds. And if you're putting in each pay period or putting in regularly each mind flights say in a Roth IRA don't even Fred about any of this just remember that what happens today is pretty much irrelevant. If you're ten or more years away from when you're going to need any of the money, and you just keep going steady as you go along the money, you're putting aside in a retirement plan is. As well diversified well diversified with. That means in simple English is that having money in a variety of stocks, not your employer zone. Fact that percent I like to have an employer's own stock in a 4._0._1._K is zero percent. Your money should be well spread out the easiest choice of investing bores. You confuses you or intimidates? You is going the target retirement fund the year offered where you work for the year closest to win you plan to retire not necessarily from that company, but you plan not to work anymore and a Roth IRA again, if the whole thing about how to pick and choose investments is not your thing. Go into target retirement fund because that is a simple way. So you diversify your money across many different types of investments. And you diversify over time as long as you're doing those two things. Putting money on regularly steadily for years to come whatever. They report about the Dow up the Dow down the S and P C S and P that the NASDAQ whatever if all hieroglyph exte- fine is not important as long as you were doing the basics of putting the money aside each and every pay period each and every month. Pam is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, pam. How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you, sir? Wonderful. Thank you pay 'em. You wanna money saving tip for me? I gather. Well, yes, you hadn't. I listen. I listen to you on my way, home from work, and you'd mentioned something about a jacket or a coat that you wear that. You put your you use instead of luggage, essentially. Yeah. So when I fly on one of the deep discounters, which we have three in the United States, spirit, frontier and Allegiant. Charge. You know, the way the business model works is. They may sell you a ticket for twenty dollars one way. But the baggage charge will be more than the cost of the ticket. Even for carry on. So there are now a variety of sellers selling jackets, clothing items, the you can stuff with. Close end and whatever electron IX, chargers whatever, and nobody charges you for wearing a jacket. So there's the biggest seller of these the one that's best known is Scotty vast as so SCOTT E, S, T Scotty, vest dot com. And the cost of their items is really expensive. But I only buy from their outlet where they're getting rid of the things that were slow sellers. And they sell vast jackets pants. A variety of clothing items that inside have all kinds of pockets you can stuff in and I have a Puffer jacket that I bought from their outlet. That has nine pockets inside that I can stuff a ton of stuff. So last flight on spirit, I flew with the big Puffer jacket and this micro carry on. I have that. I got it Costco, that Costco, sells for twenty nine dollars. And so I had no baggage charge at all. Wow. And will that work to to Europe and internationally as well? Oh, yeah. All right. Yes. So people stuffing stuff and clothing is something Europeans have done for as far back as I can remember because there's a giant airline in Europe, historically, spend, one of the most profitable airlines in the world called Ryanair and Ryanair was the one that originally came up with the idea of charging people separately for everything and so- Europeans. Have been way ahead of us on wearing clothing that you could just stuff everything in the pocket. So you wouldn't have to pay baggage charges? Well, that's great. Well, thank you very much. And I'm gonna check out the website. And of course, they're outlet store. Yes, sir, anywhere else. You should buy other than the discount. You can get because Scotty vests normal prices. Woo. Bayer some serious prices. And so the only way I would ever buy one was something that had been a fail that was on the outlet. I am cheap. Sometimes Arctic Scott's with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, scott. Clark. Thanks for taking my call. How you doing today? I'm doing great. Thank you. Hope. You are. Yes, I'm doing. Well. I'm getting a little rain here from the storm coming through. I'm sorry. I hope not too much. Yeah. Question is I don't blacks in upstate New York. And I have runners that turnover every couple of years or so it's not very frequently. But my question is who would you recommend for to provide a service for doing background checks on potential renters? Well, I'm gonna suggest a couple of sites that have grown up since the real estate bus, and so many people are landlords. Now owning from typically one to five properties. It's hard to know how to do the background checks how to collect all that. And so you're looking on the internet, and there's a lot of available services out there. They want to charge anywhere from nineteen dollars to upwards of fifty dollars. I'm sure well, let me tell you about several first cozy CEOs Z Y. Have you seen that one? Cozy dot c o. Gosh when people use something other than dot com. It gets so confusing, but it's dot CO and cozy set up specifically with an entire suite of services for independent landlords. Their number. One thing is doing rent collection for people. Where the whole idea is that your tenants pay electronically through their platform. Paid on time there system automatically knows to build them. Whatever late fee is in your lease. Do they typically charge? A lot of stuff. They offer is free. It's one of those free me and business models like a lot of apps on a smartphone. And they don't publish their priceless for the things that they charge for. But if you'll let them bother you from time to time with listening emails, you can put in your Email address. And they'll send you the priceless for the things they.

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