35 Burst results for "Landry"

The Collusion Between the Biden Administration and the 'Trifecta'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

The Collusion Between the Biden Administration and the 'Trifecta'

"There is an important ongoing lawsuit and investigation that is being conducted by the attorney generals of both Missouri and Louisiana. The Missouri attorney general, by the way, is Eric Schmidt, who has been on this podcast. The Louisiana attorney general is Jeff Landry, the two of them have come together in a very important enterprise. What's the enterprise? It is to fully expose the unconstitutional collusion between figures and the Biden administration, strewn through many different departments and agencies, including The White House, and a trifecta of social media companies. Was speaking here specifically about Twitter about Google slash YouTube and about Facebook slash meta. Now, really ever since Biden took office, the Biden administration has been pressuring cajoling conspiring with social media companies to ban people to ban what they call disinformation or misinformation, but it's merely information they don't agree with. Misinformation here has the sort of has a kind of ideological definition. It is what our side says goes, what your side says is automatically classified as out of bounds. So this is a naked exercise of political power. I mean, think of it. It's not only a violation of free speech. It's a violation of democracy itself, which relies upon a multi party system, a diversity of ideas, people having forums in which they can put their ideas forward. Now, for some time, groups like Facebook and YouTube with several private organizations, we can have our own guidelines, we can have our own rules. You don't like it, you form your own platform. First of all, when parler was formed as an independent platform, they all came together and including Amazon and Apple to take it down. But it's a whole different matter when the government is working hand in hand with these so called private companies in order to suppress speech. And this is really what Eric Schmidt and Jeff Landry are exposing. Now, they have gotten a whole bunch of discovery, and this discovery extremely eye opening. They have all kinds of communications from people in different agencies, emails, directives, apparently teleconferences back and forth, in which these agencies are working with these social media companies about banning people, deplatforming, restricting them. So in the sense that they're well on their way to proving their case.

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 Abortion ruling prompts variety of reactions from states

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Abortion ruling prompts variety of reactions from states

"Louisiana has reinstated its abortion ban I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest For weeks access to abortion in Louisiana has been flickering with the state's three clinics relying on rulings and temporary restraining orders that allowed them to continue operations but procedures came to a screeching halt Friday afternoon after an appeals court ruled in favor of Louisiana attorney general Jeff Landry The court ordered that Landry be allowed to enforce the ban while ongoing legal challenges play out in court The clinics are still open however but staff members are calling patients to notify them of the

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"landry" Discussed on The BosBabes

The BosBabes

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"landry" Discussed on The BosBabes

"And every year, right around Labor Day weekend, the whole family comes together at somebody's house and we make tomato sauce from scratch like straight up the tomatoes like they be cooking them in bags, training them, you know, take out all the bad bits and we make cases, hundreds and hundreds of cases of sauce and it all gets divided up amongst each of the members of the family and that case or cases of sauce however many you need for your family. You know, that's your sauce for the year. So totally a different sauce thing, but that was a very positive memory. Like I used to love doing that every single year. I mean, it's a lot of hard work for sure. It was a lot of work between that and then my mom was like in charge of the kitchen and she would make this massive. My mom is an amazing cook, but she would make this massive pasta spread on the last day of the weekend so that way everybody can enjoy all of the sauce that everybody was working so hard all weekend to make. So that's like one of my core memories too. That was just so positive and just coincidentally is about tomato sauce again. But maybe I just really like sauce, I don't know. I want to switch on over and discuss the fact that you are highly involved in sports. And again, thank you so much for sharing so much about your childhood. I'm sure my boss keeps fanatics fully loved enjoying learning a little bit about your childhood. You guys are now listening to Danielle Landry. She is a mom, entrepreneur, and she's actually the wife to Harold Landry the third. He currently plays for the Tennessee Titans. So maybe you will hear Danielle talk a little bit about spending some time in Tennessee. I don't know if they live there in the off season, but obviously in season they probably live somewhere in that vicinity. You already talked a little bit about playing field hockey in the cross. Are there any other sports that you played? I know you mentioned basketball. Did you watch any sports as a kid on were there any athletes that you looked up to in your younger years? I don't know if I necessarily looked up to any athletes in particular. Like to try different sports and see what I enjoyed. And in terms of football, we grew up and I was a giant fan, you're a giant fan, so that's what my stepdad enjoyed and by default, that's kind of what I grew up watching and with him, but not that I was very knowledgeable at the time. It took until I met my husband. For me to actually understand the sport of football. And then, you know, same with baseball. I grew up a Yankees fan. So I just always liked those two. And then when I did play basketball, I really liked because obviously I'm from Connecticut, like the Yukon women's team has dominated, you know, college basketball for so long. So I would go to those games too every now and again. So that would probably be like the extent of it. I wasn't ever like a fanatic towards a particular team or a person. I just dabbled in a bunch of different ones. I feel like a lot of my listeners, they like to get inspired by hearing other women talk about sports, which is a big reason why I actually started this podcast to begin with is to get women obviously more involved in sports to have a voice

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"landry" Discussed on The BosBabes

The BosBabes

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"landry" Discussed on The BosBabes

"Our special guest this week is NFL wifey entrepreneur and mama misses Danny Landry. Her husband is Harold Landry and he actually plays for the Tennessee Titans. Before we introduce her, joining me for a very brief update is my fiance Ryan.

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"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Then I want to know okay, I love seeing the creativity from all the social media departments. Guys, is there anything that stood out to you last night that maybe you saw the cowboys for me utilizing the Stephen a stuff was so good. Damien? I think the charges, the anime, that was, I really like that one, especially my kids really like that as well. I have a Robert. Oh yeah, woody, I'm a Dragon Ball Z guy, so I love the anime, but man, did they take a shot at Mina, come on now? You got to get them back. We'll get into that in just a second. Chef, was there something maybe outside of your cameo for the Broncos that stood out? Well, I love Stephen a and the cowboys any day of the week. I could listen to Steven a talk about Dallas. 5, 6, 7 days a week, any time bring more of that piece. Fair enough. I agree with you. Now let's go back to the mean thing. And that includes one more thing, lost in all the chaos was the LA chargers taking a shot. They're very own mean at times, which wasn't very nice. Mina, last minute, the show is yours. It's not nice. To respond, go ahead. Yeah. You know why this hurts so much? Because anyone who watched NFL live all last season knows, there is no one who defended the Chargers fourth down decisions more than me. Every time. And let me tell you, that's gonna change. Next time the boy wonder, well, he's older than me, but the boy wonder tries to go for it on the 20 or whatever. I'm gonna join everyone else. The naysayers. I might even scream about spreadsheets. I'm not gonna try to explain process over results. I'm gonna complain about nerds taking over football because here's the thing. You didn't just make an enemy. You lost your best friend. It's almost that a scripted snapback. I'm here for that, Mina and I agree with you. That's not fair. Why would you call that Mina like that? I was thinking about it the last 24 hours. You had time to kind of process and let it really sink in. That is fair. The Chargers need as many on the bandwagon. I think Max Kellerman is one of them too. And so Mina's now jumping off and I'm sorry for that. All right, this has been a really fun NFL live guys. The day after the schedule release, always fun, also some breaking news. Again, as Adam Schefter pointed out to us, Jarvis Landry, now a member of the New Orleans Saints. For Damien woody, I mean a kind, Robert Griffin the third Adam Schefter, I am Shea cornett, thanks for hanging out with us here on NFL live. We will be back. Monday. She can't help herself. She still loves the chart. But I can't do that. Can't do that, not nice. Hey, this is feel the ace from fantasy focus football, following our first mock draft in advance of the 2022 season. Part of the moments that matter series presented by supercuts, the smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It's not just any haircut, it's super guts. Picks one, two, and three, when exactly how you thought they would. Taylor McCaffrey Eckler. So now I'm left with a decision. Do I go with my little Cooper Cup or do I go with another star running back? Derek Henry, maybe a Dalvin cook. It seems some nausea Harris go that high. I decided to go with my little Cooper Cup at four for two reasons. Number one is, as you mentioned, it's the first mock of the season. Kind of wanted to see how my team would turn out if I went wide receiver in the first round. Number two is and this is something we're going to talk about with Cooper Cup throughout this off season, which is he had a monster year, a record breaking year, like literally a record breaking year. And so obviously we expect some regression. He can regress quite a bit and still be worth the number one wide receiver in fantasy football. If you take his ten worst games from last year, it's over 207 fantasy points, which is better than like step on Diggs ten best games from last year. That's moments the matter presented by supercuts. Supercuts is the perfect way to get a haircut if you're someone who doesn't have time for air. Looking good, but don't like wasting time. You should do a super cut fitting a haircut into a fully packed schedule is hard. A supercuts makes it easy. Just check in on a super cuts app or walk in for a quality cut, a highly trained stylus at supercuts can always give you that fresh cut feeling fast. It's not just any haircut, it's super cuts. Check in now on the supercuts app, we're on supercuts dot com..

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"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Money to count on I know. We've got two game 7s in the Stanley Cup playoffs Saturday and ESPN and on the app, the ruins are in Carolina to take on the hurricanes at four 30 eastern, and then the kings and oilers square off it. Rogers place in Edmonton at ten eastern. There's nothing better than these two words in sports and they are game 7 and these are on the ice. Are we got some breaking news here on NFL live and for that we go to Adam Schefter for the latest out of New Orleans. Oh, Shay wide receiver Jarvis Landry who is released earlier. This all season by the Cleveland Browns now plans to sign with the New Orleans Saints he announced the news on social media. If you go back and remember, shortly after he was cut, one of the first teams that he was in contact with was the New Orleans Saints, the saints and the chiefs out of the gate were most interested. And in the end it comes back to the New Orleans Saints who continue to work financial magic with their salary cap situation and squeeze in players like Jarvis landy like tyron Matthew and crystal lavi, their first round draft pick who signed earlier today. All right, Adam, thank you. And you mentioned there, tyron Matthew, who already hit the bird, good old Twitter, sent this out to Jarvis Landry. Let's do it like old time soldier because these two were teammates back in 2011 at LSU and here's to hoping that the saints can replicate that same kind of success those two had down in the Bayou. All right, let's go back to the NFL schedule here because week one will feature the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys. The cowboys won the NFC east last year, but the last time we saw deck and company on the field, they were basically stumbling through the last seconds of a playoff game against the niners. Tom Brady is also never lost to the cowboys in his entire career. Is that streak really gonna end in week one? We will find out. The cowboys opened the 2022 season with two consecutive home games for the first time since 2001, but they won't be easy as the Buccaneers and bangles will be coming to AT&T Stadium. The good news though for Dallas is that they have the easiest strength of schedule this season based on their opponents win percentage last year. In the previous ten years, the team entering the season with the easiest schedule has made the playoffs 7 times with four of those teams making it to the conference championship game and so Mina can the cowboys capitalize on this easy slate that they have as we look ahead. I think they can. The easy slate is in part because they are in the NFC east, they also get to play the AFC south. But I also think that this roster is capable of winning. They did take a bit of a step back this year. You got to say that to anyone who doesn't believe the cap is real in the off season and there are some question marks. I mean, right tackle. I don't know, cornerback and not so sure about that. But here's the thing, Shay. If dak Prescott returns to form and plays like he did in the first few weeks of last season, they should win the division because he is the best quarterback, but that has to happen because the rest of the roster has lost ground relative to some of the other teams. Mina, I would say you can say two things can be true. The cowboys roster might have gotten worse, but their team actually got better. I feel like they had too many miles to feed in that receiver room last year with Amari Cooper Michael Gallup and also CD lamb. So now having gotten rid of Amari Cooper, it's going to allow them to get back to what their identities should be and that should be relying on the running game and have the big play passing ability with those other receivers. Doc did play out of his mind at the beginning of last year, but he started to falter off because I felt like they had too many expectations for their wide receivers to be the ones leading the team to victory. Well, now they've got CD lamb. They've got Michael Gallup coming back off of injury. They added James Washington and Jalen tober, but there's not the same type of onus to throw those guys the football because they're not making the money that Amari Cooper was making last year. So although the cowboys roster might look like it's not as good, they still have ballers, shot callers, and a guys with a whole lot of dollars in that locker room and they can win. What are we talking about here? We're doing all this discussion about personnel and stuff. This is going to be the same old cowboys that we've seen every year almost, where they just start. They start off. People buy into them and then later on in season, they just fold up. So until the cowboys proved me wrong, that's the story I'm sticking to. I'm telling you that NFC eastman, they haven't seen back to back champions since 2003, 2004. It has been a difficult place to win. And back to back years. All right, schedule release in the NFL is basically like Super Bowl Sunday, for NFL teams and their social media departments. If you didn't see yesterday, it was a treat. Shout out to all the creativity. And in some cases, all the pettiness that was on display across the NFL last night. I've been working on a top secret mission of putting together the giant schedule and you never know who might be trying to get their hands on it. Hey. Come on. Here's what I heard. I don't want to hear you talking about the schedule. They call me the plumber. The least of my house. Oh, I love it. I haven't seen the script. What's happening? Check, check, check, check, fire the easy. Come on, I almost get your to go. I remember my nickname Matty ice because I have an undeniable passion for ice sculpting. Detroit of his old training. Right now we're gonna share with you. Intelligent options, the Detroit Lions will be using to increase win ability throughout the 2022 season. What does this all mean?.

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"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

"Best games on the entire schedule that's Sunday Night football. I think rams, 9 years, which is Monday night is also a sneaky good rivalry and we've seen in recent years that the niners have given the rams a uniquely difficult time and to finally bills ravens, those to me are two of the top contenders in the AFC can't wait to see how that plays out. Yeah, listen for me, it's week 13. You know, three divisional matchups starting with bills, pages. We saw how the bills wipe the floor with the Patriots in the wild card round. You got the Chargers raiders. We saw, you know, how, you know, how epic that matchup was last season. Saints bucks. We see just from today. You know what? Jarvis Landry coming over and then I obviously chiefs bangles, coach cowboys. That's such a loaded week 13. Well, guys, for me, it's week one. All of the anticipation and excitement from the off season and the first game they give us is the bills, rams, two of the best teams and best quarterbacks in the league. Oh my gosh, you gotta be kidding me. Then you got the Broncos and the Seahawks on Monday Night Football. They come back, you bring the cowboys and the bucks, which is electrifying last year, and then Patrick Mahomes going up against our guy, Kyler Murray in the Cardinals. I mean, just unbelievable matchups, football fans should be very happy. I mean, I know we're gonna talk a lot obviously about Russell Wilson facing his former team, but if you think about those week one matchups, we gotta talk about von Miller, going up against the rams, Darius Smith, going up against the packers. There's a lot of other people going up against their former teams. All right, we saw chefs are making cameo in the Bronco.

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"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

"A much better offense than what he has in indie right now. Mina. How quickly they forget Robert. I mean, the MVP season Julio, of course, that was his peak year in sinew was really great back then as well. You look at this colt's wide receiving core and that to me is the weakness of this roster. Also, lately, we've seen Matt Ryan being knocked over constantly. But back in 2016, the falcons actually had a really good offensive line in devonta Freeman. That's part of the reason why they had the number one offensive football. I will see the defense, but I think it's, I think it's close. That's why I see. It's a team sport, it's a team game. That's why I said the best overall team. Office and defensive side. I know everyone wants to get, you know, show the love on the offensive side as relates to the falcons. But I think the Indianapolis coach had a more complete disrupted more complete team all the way around. I mean, let's just be honest too. The falcons were still in the playoff hunt, like down the stretch last year, and they had basically Kyle Pitts and cordel Patterson, and that was it on the offensive side of the ball. So if Matty Ryan can maybe keep the wheels on track here, the colts do have a good roster. I just don't know if it's the best. Roster that he's ever have. Coming up. Russell Wilson seems to be adjusting to his new scenery out in Denver, but will he be able to adjust to a new offense, find out that Mina thinks Denver will just let Russ cook. Plus more. Here on NFL live. As my internship comes to a close today, I've been tasked with training my replacement for the Broncos newest summer intern. You gotta remember, schedule release, it's top secret information, and you never know who might be trying to get their hands on it. I mean, these insiders, they are determined borderline ruthless. To get their hands on the scoop. Hey. Come on. You see what I mean? Look at this guy. You're taking any notes? Most important things, all about the ball, take care of the bees and what about the schedule? Does.

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"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"landry" Discussed on NFL Live

"The browns earlier this year. Adam Schefter, thank you so much. All right, coming up here on NFL live, the Buccaneers open up the season with a challenging four game stretch. Find out why. Some people here are not too concerned about Tom Brady and Tampa Bay. Also, the Steelers rookie mini camp kicked off today and Kenny Pickett spoke with the media about his first day on the job. Here, what Robert thinks Pittsburgh should do at the quarterback position to start out the season. NFL lives is brought to you by sneakerella, all new original movie, now streaming only on Disney+. Geico asks how would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Of course he would, and when it comes to great rates on insurance, Geico can help. Like with insurance for your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, and RV. Even help with homeowners or renters coverage, plus at an easy to use mobile app available 24 hour roadside assistance and more and Geico isn't easy choice. Switch today and see all the ways you could save. It's easy. Simply go to Geico dot com or contact your local agent today. Hi, this is Brian windhurst. Twice a week on my podcast who collected. I have conversations about the NBA's top storylines, but the league's preeminent analysts and plugged in insiders from encore analysis all star and postseason awards ballots, the latest trade owners we cover it all. We can find the hoop collective wherever you get your podcasts, but it's also now available on ESPN's YouTube channel. The NBA playoffs were all on Friday night with two more games, 6s, Celtics bucks, 7 30 eastern with wolfie trying to close out the series at home after their comeback thriller in game 5. Then grizz warriors, Steph and the warriors looking to bounce back from the blowout game 5 lost, coverage begins with NBA countdown. At 7 eastern. All right, so the NFL Draft was over two weeks ago and just to refresh your memory here. Can he pick it? Was the first and only quarterback selected in the first round, going to the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 20th overall pick. He joins Mitch trubisky and mason Rudolph in a quarterback room that will be without Ben Roethlisberger for the first time since 2003. Our steelers reporter proprietors at the sealer's facility today were picket worked out and addressed the media and Brooke, what did you see at a Kenny picket today? Well, Shay, I mean, Kenny Pickett looked calm and confident. All the things that you would expect to see out of a guy who's pretty at ease here. I mean, after all, he has been around here for the last 5 years. Yeah, different colors mean like I said, shorter walk, different colors. But still playing football and stuff, I love to do, so it feels great to be out here. You really trying to learn a lot of these guys names. I really haven't gotten a chance to meet anybody. We've been in meetings and I want to call guys out to help and stuff and talk and I have no approval on talking to you. So I think at launch I'll probably handle that next. You know, Kenny Pickett might not have known all those guys names, things that he was going to get done at lunch, but he was still commanding in the huddle in just the brief walkthrough that we saw from him about an hour and 15 minutes out here on the field. He was talking with his wide receivers, the running backs, the tight ends, just getting everyone involved. Signs of a good leader, and he told me he said, look, this weekend is all about learning the playbook the first stage of the install, because if he doesn't do that, he said he has no shot at winning that quarterback competition that we'll see develop here over the next couple of months. Okay, and of course we'll have more discussion on that here in just a minute. Brooke, thank you so much. As a reminder, Pickett wrote deshaun Watson's record for the most touchdown passes in a single season in ACC history. Again, more on that in a minute, what we're going to read and react to some of the best scheduling related notes. And of course, we're going to stay with the Pittsburgh Steelers. They open their season on the road in Cincinnati against the Super Bowl runner up and they're slated to have 5 prime time games. It's tied for the most in the NFL. In his last 15 seasons as head coach, as we know Mike Tomlin has yet to post a losing record and he'll look to keep that streak alive, possibly while playing maybe a rookie quarterback, and that's why I go to you, Robert, because when do you think we will see Kenny Pickett if we do it all? Starting a game for Pittsburgh. Well, I think the best case scenario for the Pittsburgh Steelers is for Kenny Pickett to be able to start around week four against the jets. If Mitsubishi goes out and they rock with him, he wins the job. And he starts to falter, then Kenny Pickett can come in and kind of be the hero. But if you know Mike Tomlin like all of us do, he doesn't blink and he will always play the best player. So if can you pick it out performs miss trubisky in the during the summer and in camp that you've got to give him the keys to the Bentley and let him go out there and get Kenny with it. I mean, get Kenny with it. I like that. There might even be more familiarity right now with getting big at that mister Biscay, considering he played there at Pitt in their backyard. All right, thank you RG. Next up, a huge week 12 matchup between the bucks and the rams, Sean mcvay was on the schedule release show last night and had some thoughts. Let's just say on Tom Brady's off season. I think Tom needs to just go to Fox sooner than later. But no, you know what? I got tremendous respect for the bucks. They've always been a great matchup. Great challenge. Obviously, they did a phenomenal job last year and what they've done the last couple of years. We know it's going to be an outstanding matchup and Tom leading the way makes them an incredibly tough outfit. Not just Tom Brady the rams have to worry about this season. They kick off their 2022 season against the bills and they're slated to have the NFL's toughest schedule based on their opponents win percentage last season. Only one team with the toughest strength of schedule entering the season has made the playoffs in the last 5 seasons. So keep that in mind, Mina, when you look at this ram schedule, what got your attention? Well, there's a few really tough stretches, but sticking with the bucks. I think coming out with a buy, weeks 8 through 12 or challenging. You start with the niners who have given the rams trouble because of the way they're constructed, the past, the bucks do almost knocked them out of the postseason. The Cardinals have maybe taken a step back, but we'll see if kyla Murray takes a step forward, the saints, I think, have one of the three or 5 best defenses in the NFL, and then of course finishing with the chief, so we all know are incredibly challenging for any team. The rams are looking to become just the fourth franchise since 2000 and make it to back to back super bowls and that guy I think was Tom Brady that was on that squad. Next up we check in on the colts where ESPN's new Monday night voice Troy Aikman thinks people might be sleeping on their new quarterback Maddie Ryan. I really like this football team and Matt Ryan, he's been playing at a level, I think that's going to gone unnoticed. The team hasn't been all that competitive. You know, he's had some moments where he hasn't been at his best, but I think he's a heck of a quarterback. I think he can still play at an extremely high level. They've got the running game. They've had the defense, they're well coached. I expect a lot out of this colts team. I mean, we remember how close the colts were just one season ago and that game against Jacksonville. They enter this season seeking their first AFC south title since 2014 and they'll have plenty of opportunity to get ahead in the division early in their first 7 weeks Indianapolis plays 5 of their 6 division games starting the season with back to back road games against the Texans and the Jags. And so Damian simple question here are the cults a playoff team and a loaded AFC. Yes, absolutely because my guy, my fellow BC brother, Matt Ryan is on probably the best team that he's had in his career. This is a team last year that finished both top ten and offense and defense, a team that added that's added Yannick and Galway as far as the pass rush, Stefan, former defensive player of the year, so far and good morning the defense. Obviously, strong running game with Jonathan Taylor, elite office Alonso, Matt Ryan bounded about to blow it up this year. Okay, see, now when you say that, I'm like, he's right, but I feel like we said this last year, they had such a loaded team, but then we get all the way to the last week of the season and they had nothing to show for. Robert, I see you shaking your head there. He's wrong. What do you think about what Damien just said? I got a lot of respect for my man Damien woody. Can you talk about defensively? Yes. Yes, this might be the best defense that he's had. But offensively, come on. He had Julio Jones, Tony Gonzalez. Harry, Douglas, Steven Jackson. I mean, he's had.

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Ayton has career-high 35 points, Suns rally past T-Wolves

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Ayton has career-high 35 points, Suns rally past T-Wolves

"Deandre Ayton poured in a career high thirty five points and had fourteen rebounds leading the sons to a one twenty five one sixteen win over the Timberwolves Devin Booker and Landry sham it came up big in the second half at Phoenix reduce its magic number to one for wrapping up home court advantage in the playoffs Booker scored twenty two of his twenty points after halftime HM it delivered ten of his nineteen points in the fourth quarter Anthony Edwards scored nineteen points for Minnesota which has its first losing streak since February eleventh I'm Dave very

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Shamet hits key 3-pointer in OT, Suns rally to beat Kings

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Shamet hits key 3-pointer in OT, Suns rally to beat Kings

"Landry sham it nailed a three pointer with thirty one seconds left in overtime putting the sun's ahead to stay in a one twenty seven one twenty four win over the kings it was the fifth three pointer of the game for salmon who finished with twenty seven points Devin Booker scored nineteen of his thirty one points in the third quarter of the son's fifth straight win D. Andriy Ayton had twelve points and ten rebounds before fouling out late in the fourth quarter davita Mitchell started in place of injured point guard the Arent fox he had twenty points and nine assists for Sacramento which has lost ten of thirteen I'm Dave very

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Former Broncos, Falcons, Giants coach Dan Reeves dies at 77

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Former Broncos, Falcons, Giants coach Dan Reeves dies at 77

"Dan Dan Reeves Reeves gave gave a a lot lot of of credit credit for for his his NFL NFL success success the the Dallas Dallas cowboys cowboys coach coach Tom Tom Landry Landry with with whom whom he he won won a a Super Super Bowl Bowl as as a a running running back back in in the the nineteen nineteen sixties sixties referring referring to to you you know know I I have have a a collection collection of of football football I I would would because because winter's winter's res res coaching coaching career career is is where where he he truly truly left left his his mark mark on on the the league league in in twenty twenty three three seasons seasons with with the the Broncos Broncos the the giants giants and and the the Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Falcons going going and and four four in in four four trips trips to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl he he took took over over as as coach coach of of the the Broncos Broncos in in nineteen nineteen eighty eighty one one building building a a team team around around quarterback quarterback John John Elway Elway that that made made three three Super Super Bowl Bowl appearances appearances breeze breeze moved moved to to New New York York to to coach coach the the giants giants in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety three three getting getting fired fired after after four four seasons seasons then then in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety eight eight guided guided the the Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Falcons to to their their first first Super Super Bowl Bowl the the server server not not certain certain that that you you look look at at it it and and said said it it was was realistic realistic mineralization mineralization starch starch started started that that this this team team has has been been unbelievable unbelievable they they lost lost to to the the Broncos Broncos Rees Rees brought brought controversial controversial quarterback quarterback Michael Michael Vick Vick to to the the falcons falcons and and eventually eventually fired fired in in two two thousand thousand three three a a statement statement released released by by his his family family said said Reeves Reeves died died of of complications complications from from dementia dementia I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam

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 Appeals court stays vaccine mandate on larger businesses

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Appeals court stays vaccine mandate on larger businesses

"A federal appeals court has temporarily halted the Biden administrations vaccine mandate for larger businesses the occupational safety and health administration rule requires workers at businesses with one hundred or more employees be vaccinated by January fourth or facemask requirements and weekly tests the fifth US circuit court of appeals has granted an emergency stay of that requirement the Weezy and as Attorney General Jeff Landry a Republican says the rule would impose medical procedures on the American people White House deputy press secretary Corinne jump here Friday called such characterizations I misread it is a standard for safe work place to either comply with weeklies testing or to be vaccinated president Biden has been encouraging widespread vaccinations is the quickest way out of the pandemic I'm

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FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

"The FBI executed a search warrant in total weight a Mustang at the family home of Brian Landry wanted for questioning after a body was found the thought to be that of his girlfriend van life blogger Gabby potato out side the family home of Brian Landry a person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby potato a crowd of reporters huddled under umbrellas on a neighbor's lawn exactly I agents came in and out of his parents home with boxes of evidence at least a dozen agents and police officers converged on the home a day after authorities discovered a body believed to be hers on the edge of Grand Teton National Park Landry's whereabouts are still unknown in an interview broadcast Monday on the Dr Phil show Gabby's father Joseph potato said Landry and his daughter had dated for two and a half years and there were no problems during a previous road trip to California Patino said Landry's family was complicit by protecting him he says he wants later to be held accountable for whatever part he played in Gabby's disappearance I'm Jennifer king

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7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

"In louisiana. Have shut down a chain of nursing. Homes after seven residents died in the aftermath of hurricane ida the state attorney general says an investigation is underway. As npr's brian man reports ahead of ida's landfall a company operating seven nursing homes in louisiana shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence. Dr courtney phillips who heads the state department of health said in a statement the level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible the state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement louisiana attorney general jeff landry said a probe is underway and our goal will be to determine who decided to move these patients to this apparently unsafe and potentially inappropriate facility more than eight hundred nursing. Home residents have since been relocated from the warehouse to other shelters scattered around

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"landry" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on The Mom Room

"Room podcast. My name is renee. Rina and i am definitely the mom friend you have always wanted. I have been waiting for this conversation. I so long we were supposed to record. I believe in june and then it got rescheduled to august. It's weird to even say that. It's august because i still feel like i'm stuck in march or something like i feel like the summer just flew by. I don't even know what i did like what happened. Where is time going. So tomorrow is september i. I thought what a great episode to end august with. I'm speaking with sarah. Nicole landry otherwise known as the birds papaya. I am sure all of you. Follow her on instagram. She is such a talented content creator. Talented writer she is a great speaker. Little bit of a fun fact is that we share the same hairstylist. So a few years ago. I moved to the gta. It was probably. I don't even remember two years ago. Maybe yeah about two years ago. And i was always used to getting my hair really blonde and so when i moved to the gte had a really hard time finding a hairstylist. That would make my hair as blonde. I wanted so. I had tried two or three different salons and it's frustrating. Because you want your hair to be really blonde and you pay like close to three hundred dollars per appointment and you leave with your hair not being blonde as you wanted so i remember one day watching her stories and she mentioned where she was getting her hair done and i looked it up immediately. I was like her harris super blonde. That is what i want. I am going wherever she goes. And i've been going there for over a year now and it's been amazing. So thanks sarah for the blonde hair. Also a fun fact which i forgot to mention during our conversation is that lemme. Sarah's daughter is hands down the reason that we were able to wean my low from his su there. i was dreading. And if you've followed me for a while you know how terrified..

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Mike McCarthy Compares Coaching Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Mike McCarthy Compares Coaching Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers

"Mike mccarthy opened up about what he learned his pastime with aaron rodgers car relationship with dak prescott. It was all done in what was described as a quote relaxed environment for forty five minutes. Several cowboys reporters mccarthy also spoke of constantly of the cowboys situation. Saying obviously you wanna win games. But i'm building a championship program. Not just trying to win one. We're trying to win them. All so shannon. What do you make of this informal session with mccarthy skew say sometime why why would you tweet that or why would you go to social media why you know skill. I'll believe mike mccarthy believe he's not the coach of the green bay packers because they're rogers wanted him fired. I believe that's what scale with. Someone says oh he. The clinic was that he weird weird he. He's a very intelligent guy. well he the guy. That's very condescending. That thinks he knows more than you and he talks down to people and why that will be going back. Guess what they get this and go back. Aaron rodgers aaron. Did you hear what might say. Yup look out i play. I don't know how many how many of these. Tom lehrer do coach landry. How many did jimmy. Johnson do sit down interview. What is this your the hand you. The head coach of the dallas cowboys cared about no relationship. They won't you there to win game. They will to be free. They come into the house to eat. You're not sleeping anybody's house. Nobody wanna have no drink with you. They jones to win football game. Jerry jones causley talks about his football mortality and what he would be willing to do to hold their trophy one more time. And you're talking about that. I got a great relationship with that. I'm building a championship program. You ain't alabama championship program. Wins have shifted three. You got exactly what you're looking for because you for three years water jason gear dub. That may eight eight. Oh jason eight you wanted to go and now you've got somebody

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"landry" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"It would have been a lot more difficult. You'd made it. I know you would have made it. But maybe not as far or maybe maybe wouldn't have been as as as as rewarding. I guess exactly. You've got to be in the right place at the right time in this business and you know. I've seen a lot of really really really talented riders. Not make it and then you know. I just think you know i would i did. I gave it everything. I would've kept. I would've kept grinding. And you know maybe not wouldn't might not have had as much success as i had but i'm sure i would have had some. I've retired. i had head injuries. And i i retired on my own terms and i think that's very important to feel like i didn't have anything left and i got to get out. I want my last race. It was so rewarding to like. Just do it on my own terms. I think it's so important. No one one hundred percent you know. It's hard i mean. Obviously i didn't take that decision lightly but it was really. It was time and you know again unlike you. I had a lot of head trauma and usually when a horse falls the first thing you land on as your head or your shoulder and you know you you. How many times can you do it. And how many times are you going to push the envelope you know and again i was lucky enough to fall into this Job and it's. It's been really really rewarding for me. I knew i was in trouble when i hit the ground. I'd be rolling around the ground going. I haven't hit my head yet. i haven't hit my head yet. i haven't hit my head yet exactly in the more you fall off the more. It seems like everything is in slow motion. Done it so many times. You see everything you see. The horse's legs just missing you and Like i say i mean you. It's the funny thing. Is you think about all the good things that has happened in your career. And you kind of forget about those things so like i say. I've been very very fortunate. That's robert landry. Two times sovereign award winner racing manager cheese would and a grade great ambassador to our sport..

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"landry" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"This is in the room with sean. Clancy sean clancy. And i'm in the room retired jockey. Robert landry here at saratoga. What's being at saratoga. No place like it. I mean you know. We weren't able to come here last year because of the pandemic but glad happy to be here and you know would have been nice to have a winner here last week but You know we're in saratoga. What more can you ask for. Yeah you retired and became racing manager for chiefs twitter. You road road races for before. Take us through the the the the difference between rydin races and managing horses. Well it's a lot more work Managing horses that's for sure You know not only. We have them spread out amongst a whole lot of trainer. So you know todd. Pletcher shug mcgahey. jimmy jerkins Mark cassie and graham motion. So you know you're running around you're you know obviously as you know in the horse business. There's always issues here and there You know and You know usually when something goes wrong or they're getting in touch with you so like it's twenty four seven you know when you have as many horses as we have but You know it's nice to be part of it but You sit here and you watch these sources train and a lot of the time you. You'd like to be out there. Because i do think you have an edge sitting on their back to evaluate their ability. Yeah no doubt. When the same thing for me. When i'm watching and it's like man if i if i was on that or is might be able to tell what's wrong with that orser. What's good with that horse or whatever should be doing exactly exactly. I mean it's it's really a disadvantage. When you're sitting on the ground for sure but i think i'm i think i'm starting to adjust and in and have a better idea you've been retired for how long ten years eleven years and on the twentieth of august is eleven years so it's been a while but you know i miss the big days obviously Riding but You know this is a new venture. And i'm enjoying it. It's got fuel your competitive spirit to and it's good to have that after being so competitive for so long. Yeah exactly and you know. I'm very fortunate to be around a lot of well. Bred horses. In a lot of great horseman. And you know this game. You always learn and it's just nice to be able to chat with the trainers at trained for us and learn even more things back to the beginning. How did you become a jockey size. More than anything. I was a real small guy and very light And i always liked animals and my dad used to go to the races. He was a two dollar better but he just really enjoyed the horses. And i used to go to the races with them all the time and he had a buddy that owned a couple horses and his buddy kept pushing me. You should be jockey. Should be jockey. And i used to always ride on the weekends and stuff Just you know pleasure. Horses and stuff and i ended up at the track at a thirteen years old working on the weekend and through the summers and before you know it i was getting on horses at the track and the rest is history becomes kind of natural in a in a strange kind of way. I guess it does. And i'm you know i. I don't regret it for one minute Obviously i had a few bumps and bruises along the way But you know it was. It's been a great life and met a lot of really interesting people and you know still meeting a lot of interesting people so it's just been very good life for me. It takes back to your career. Who is the best word. I wrote a lot of really talented horses. I would have to say. Obviously neagh on win and the plate was was a big thrill for me for cheese would stables and won the alabama careless jewell. Who was a really nice philly. I think the best horse i ever rode was affiliated only ran a few times for sampson farms. Her name was hello seattle. She wanted i start you by about fifteen or second start was a steak and she one and then she was She was a horse. It was going to head to the breeders cup juvenile and you know she was out working older great at stake winners and anyways Her third race. She turned down. The backside switch leads and her leg We were able to you know. I got her pulled up pretty quick and they were able to save her You know she ended eventually ended up dying a call unfortunately but i think she was probably the best horse i ever rode. She was a deputy minister philly. How about careless. Jewell when you come now it comes to saratoga to Ride the alabama. Everything's perfect and then she dumps in the before the race. Yeah she got me twice. Actually she got me just leaving the just stepping onto the racetrack. And then i was warming up and she She kind of propped and got me off. I was off on the other side hanging onto her. She got away from the pony. And i knew she could run. So i'm running alongside or making sure she didn't get Get loose but Obviously she was She was a very very talented philly. I mean she ended up getting squeezed into the first turn as well. She overcame a lot. But tell you and you know to be able to win a race at saratoga is great but to be able to win a great one at saratoga is awesome and i mean that's all i ever wanted to do is is win a race at this track and the last one i wrote was the one so obviously a very very special memory. Take us back when you come to saratoga. You have a moment where like wow. I'm in saratoga. Or what's that like. Yeah i mean you hear a lot about it as a kid and and You know obviously saratoga has a ton of history And you know just to come here. I mean as soon as you you know we drive through amsterdam. You know you're getting close and You know it's just it's just a special place to be just. It's hard to explain but you know it's just such a great vibe here no doubt you spend most of your career bind in In canada didn't make that many trips but yet to come here and win win a race like the alabama efficient horses at saratoga and and total most of them were stake races and a lot. They ran well. A lot of them ran well. But like i say i was lucky enough to win a grade one at saratoga. And that's a pretty tough thing to do. She wasn't easy to ride. Obviously mish dempsey twice post spray. What did you. What did you do to try to help her. I mean what was you had. I think you kinda soft hands kind of just try to get her to settle. I think that was probably one of your best rates. Maybe i think so. I mean you know. I got along with those wiry type phillies. I think you know the the best thing i could do is stay on her because she had a tremendous amount of talent. And i mean obviously unless your mouth that you know. Jockeys job is very difficult You know but i was really good at pointing them when they were good enough. It was your best ride. And like when i wrote the best horse. Exactly one hundred percent. One hundred percent take us through retiring. How tough was that in the process of kind of getting over. It wasn't that difficult. Because i did retire on my own terms You know i had had you know quite a few spills. I had broken my back a couple of times and you know. I had a lot of head trauma and about two two and a half months before i retired. I had had another fall. And i didn't break any bones but You know i had hit my head pretty good and and I ended up taking a month and it came back and rolled for a bit. And i could just tell that it was time and i always wanted to retire when i was still having some success. My last winter was a stake winner on things. We're still doing going well..

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"landry" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"I will put in the show notes of a commitment to connect to the natural world and how that gave you the questions then became a platform for some of the rest of your life so we may have to go back a little bit before that took slain wise sixteen year old would have the capacity to do that and the interest and the ability so tell us a little bit about how far landry came to be who you are now through that Well very briefly I grew up in a rural area in maine so i was fortunate to have contact with nature from a very early age. Basically from when. I became aware of myself as being The playground that i had was essentially from the back of the house into the woods for any number of miles another thing. that's Definitely contributed to a lot of early exposure Was basically my father is a woodworker so we would sometimes Interact with people who were Basically collecting trees to cut into would log and stacking and processing the material so that it would become available for furniture making so so in that sense you know there was a a firsthand experience that would very much connect you know seeing the tree in the woods and then also eventually seeing all of the things that would happen in between You know so. There's a lot of contact in that sense. Since i got a real a real strong firsthand impression of what it was to to make things to be creative and to learn the trade of woodworking but also to understand what that meant fully and so in in that sense You know they're they're. They're very strong hands on aspect. And i think that that's also a key piece When you look at the neurology and where our sensory information comes from as far as the body is concerned Our hands have a tremendous number of of neural connections that the go-to themselves essentially the sense of touch is an intensely Dynamically connected thing in the brain. I mean it's like quite a bit of our whole sensory. Experience of the world comes through our hands and so in a sense to work with one's hands in in in the craft sort of way to be engaged with the physics of saws and and planners and and just really understand how to shape and move things you know. That's that's kind of non-negotiable in a sense. Like nature doesn't negotiate. It's going to do what it does. And you need to learn how to work with it in that specific sense so I was You know both. I think helped from the sort of guilds background. There's the educational process. Which is the common school system where you know. There's a teacher at the front and everybody's sitting in desks and then there's the very hands on Guilds training which is essentially. You do the work. A customer comes and they want something and you you you learn how to negotiate but that is new then go to the shop and from the resources you have you make you make whatever's needed and so in that sense the the hands on piece of it i think gave me A really deep neurological connection that helped to sort of create a sense of of immediacy with the natural world and that this was the context out of which i came to really both value and appreciate the workings of the natural world. Can i ask a quick question. Two questions actually. First of all what did you make. What did your father make. Everything will yeah furniture for the most part. So there's kind of three grades of woodworking is what is known as sort of construction so things like house building and stuff like that And then furniture making which would be tables and chairs and kitchen cabinets was also a you know one of the more lucrative aspects And then finally..

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"landry" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"It's about twenty nine hundred where there's support absorbed of resistance which could act to support and the law the candle currently the four can has hit that level and it is starting to reject it a little bit more. We've only got an hour and two minutes to go until that candle closes now. If that candle does close school and bullish that could be an opportunity there for cried keeping a very very close on a theory of now today. He's down two point six percent at one thousand nine hundred and twenty six. Now this is come back across to the daily chop a man. It's just really ruled from that low of seventeen or nearly seventeen hundred to a high of like thirty two hundred six percent over that period of time which is just a phenomenal. Run if i look at the weekly here a guy in three weeks The i wake up fifteen point nine second week. Sixteen point seeks and las week. Seventeen point eight nine. The weekly now can adopt trend the monthly looking very very strong. Already as of the ninth of this month. We've put on fifteen percent there on a theory looking very very strong in dade so it's looking good for me. Waiting for tried exile paid currently is up one percent at seventy eight cents. It's not really jumped out of the gates as vigorously as say bitcoin and the theory The monthly's broken up. It's only put on five percent so far this month. Of course you know. It was only a couple of months back in april that we were up. One hundred. Eighty percents pullback significant. Landry hasn't got the motor running too much just yet on not looking for any tried the stage except pay a little bit messy bitcoin cash consuls relatively similar positions of five hundred and fifty. Three dollars down half a percent right now. I really want to say the daily kick on a bit more you know. We had a bit of consolidation loss. Way cover number of days there where you know. We didn't do a great deal. We did shoot up on set..

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"landry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Now accountable. Odds the traffic. You're talking about people that commute in. Lafayette if all these are going bill. That's a lot of extra traffic here. You're harding kids going to work. Just yes it is yes it is so that's just something that's just a product growth is forward thinking in alley you building those partnerships to do that getting the assistance of our letters. Legislators other state entities to do that. That's just something that you have to deal with it. Yeah i'd like to ask you about some of the cultural districts we were talking about our novell eunice and granny toe and there's also one in paluska sunset in washington in washington. It's another great spot. Antique absolutely mall. And all that they have they are bit. There's a lot of culture in saint landry parish in these the districts it's beautiful. I know you probably want to put in a plug for that. What stay are for people. Why would we drive. Saturday why should i get my car into any paris. You know i. I do a lot of mentoring with several five. We just i think our capacity our responsibility as leaders is to build capacity with people. And so i do that. In saint landry i do that in lafayette and op and talk with some of the young leaders that are coming up through the seventy five about that You'd be surprised. How many of emerges so unaware of the don't get out they. Just don't see a really good director the aca here who's really focused on. You know pushing out culture credit connective in culture across the region. Right now i would. Just say if you're let me backup i was as an outsider looking in because i am an outside. I've been here for a while. I've been in my job for eight years in the state. For twelve or fifteen years This area so proud in the cultures so unique here so but sometimes when you live in an area you tend to take it for granted a little bit mandated in pensacola peoples. Took the beach for her. And i think you you kind of get you know what it is you but there's really really cool. I mean if you get out to taken drive to nunu take a drive to go to little bit cup in negative news yellow lord. Yes yeah yeah. Saturday or sunday drawing sure. So go up and look at the shots in in sunset in the char-grilled oysters cafe josephine in sunset. And just you could go on and on with each community that exists within the food the culture the music shopping every every single one of these little communities has it's own niche steamboat. Warehousing in washington is wonderful place. It's just back building late. Eighteen hundreds that has great food but also do the shopping and just see some really unique cultural things that exist. So it just really. If if you're serious about wanting to kind of absorb the culture why wouldn't you do them. I went out to these communities like you said. Spend to saturday and just pick one. Right is kind of people in our guests. Because i lived here. We outside of frankenstein sunset and hidden hills and there was just nothing better than going crank toe and that time we'd bring the girls to school but then there's just great food and shopping things have evolved. But i guess. Because i lived in that area. I knew but i think you're right. I just. I don't know that a lot of people think let's have a day trip. Let's go make a day of it and have a good good meal and some different things see. Local artists work in antiques. And i think really if you look we talked about tourism entities on herman fusilade rose saint landy. Perisher tourism entity and. I think they do a nice job. One will social media. And if you really wanna find things to do they do a nice job of representing the so. You've got a good information source if you wanna plan a day or if you want a weekend. They provide a pretty nice Platform to with that plan that you wanted to bring up that. I didn't ask you about about economic development. Was there anything you had on the tip of your time. I guess my thought in. I would be surprised if my friend. Greg didn't elaborate on this too. We're puzzled leaders. We put pieces together but what we do doesn't happen without collective effort of a lot of people a lot of people that care. We have forty six people that exists on these four different boards that we have it all matters to them and they all provide value in some of their own ways the government officials in these different communities that represent that and do the jobs that they do for very little pay in some cases. almost none. just wanted to make a difference for their communities and stepping up and do you know may making a difference in paris. Council members appears president in his staff and on just everybody has to come together to really seriously make transformational progress. So if i were to kind of broadly characterize and i hope that will continue. I'm pretty sure you're going to continue here about a lot of really cool stuff happening in saint landry parish. But i don't want anybody to believe i've got a great staff We're gonna continue to grow that staff but that's part of that. I am but i'm just part of that. It's we're puzzle ears. Put people to get your put the pieces together but we're also the people that bring people together without people coming together. They're really care you. It's really difficult to make. Progress is that in saint. Landry is so unique a in my opinion that because it's it's just so deep-seated with the people of saint landry the pride in To do that and it's I guess we're still kind of small enough to where it's you know with their population and ninety thousand or less. Did everybody kind of knows over. No it's just making. It feels like a really big community. It's a large parish but not not that much population so it does still have that small town a bit. So it's unique in that way so i think that's the biggest thing that i would say. So people want to know what makes successful economic development. It's you got to have good quality leadership for sure but you also have to bring in good quality leadership from caring.

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"landry" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Exactly we'll come back to that was how done Out of that truck were. You've got some amazing backing singers anyway. Even if it might be A lot of people use of these The code see deal. Be mix it with your own song but sometimes that will people but the makes it anyway. Yeah thank you everybody's always talking about the btv's sat up to the background vocals by kuzan. But now he says grind sung got better not story myself. But you tell me why you right that one. Yeah i did so hold on. It's pretty much. It's you know the personal testimony of minds Born through some things and Or whatever the case may be and Just it just like a lot of personal details on my like that. I went through the of. Maybe this is actually started off with the worst soggy. Twenty two thousand nine and then figures back. I just kind of like added some verses and changed a little bit. Imagine you know without a song in the way it could be hold on. You know life. You're gone too fast for me over this katrina displaced and too fast for me. Hold on slow that you know the one. Yeah that's exactly over. I wanted to make a half an hour into because if you do too long people kind of lose track and i love to promote anything. You've got to have any website. I know you want probably facebook twitter new the usual sound places but you have a personal website. yes If anybody but light to me if you liked to book knee you can go about website. I do have a merchandise and sell them my website as well. You can see my latest songs as well as latest videos. That i have in my website is i am a sound dot again. It's i am a sound dot org just like you hear it is always. That's how you spell it plus an amazing web site name because now i'm very quickly. You can actually coolant. It'll pull up as well. Yeah absolutely and. I'm i'm going to be maui from the website because of tonight chevron delo i tell you about competition that were doing but the website for that. I've just realized i've just isn't correct. The moment but couldn't invited invite to the battle of the music funds competition. Where you encourage you funds to do some sharon of your profile that we make for you and then if you win in the top twenty thirty bounds than you can come to scotland fillet indie music festival. Biggest and best in the world and what happened to be a good stockholm glastonbury. Ando proceeds going to important In the us in mental health in the artists in the case that should be worth looking full. We've got two big arcs. Stephen wrench tom. Fox news enact the scene winding to the grammy nominated in florida. So i'll email you the details from the website and we should get the contact form fix tomorrow. It's just not working tonight. I just checked it. So it's been lovely token to you and you have the rest of your dia balloon while thanks for having me and so do you do thank you so much thank you god. Bless all right sir bye bye..

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"landry" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"This fish can make you can remember the fake. Go downs and dumps. It found in now suit. I know it can get inside and wale do committee when you can't have the size of a loss to seed gotta believe down. Pay at just his word his own guarantee it he'll be. There can make.

Harden Returns to Score 18 Points, Nets Beat Spurs 128-116

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Harden Returns to Score 18 Points, Nets Beat Spurs 128-116

"James harden provided eighteen points eleven assists at the nets are under one twenty eight one sixteen win over the spurs pardon came off the bench in an NBA game for the first time since winning the league sixth man award for Oklahoma City in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve he also had seven rebounds after the longest layoff of his career missing more than a month with a strained right hamstring I don't know how specially come off the bench not later burst board and I'm gonna stay warm and do all things necessary to go out there and be my best and I just have to go out there just their confidence in what I do Landry Shamet scored twenty one points and Nicolas Claxton had a career high eighteen for the nets who have won three straight since a four game skid to pull within one and a half games of the seventy Sixers for the Eastern Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

"Them at a bio drained a thirteen footer as time expired to give the heat a one oh nine one oh seven victory over the nets and a by who finished with twenty one points fifteen boards for Miami which trailed by six in the final minutes before closing that I tend to run or drag each chipped in eighteen points in Kendrick Nunn added seventeen as the heat ended a three game losing streak Landry Shannon had thirty points for Brooklyn and Kyra Irving scored twenty for the nets who lost Kevin Durant early in the game with a left eye contusion the outcome drops in its one and a half games behind the east leading seventy Sixers I'm the ferry

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Deadly weather, tornadoes strike Deep South

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly weather, tornadoes strike Deep South

"Of tornadoes touching down in the deep south and turning deadly in Louisiana, including a man in Shreveport, killed when a tree fell on his mobile home. The deadly severe weather outbreak striking the south multiple reported tornadoes overnight. ST Landry Parish, Louisiana, north of Lafayette, a strong tornado with winds of at least 130 MPH, striking in the middle of the night glasses coming from the window from the door right there and we could hear is everything was starting to crumble Eva Council on her husband making it into their bathtub. Just in time. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano, former

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Harden has triple-double, carries Nets over Pistons 100-95

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Harden has triple-double, carries Nets over Pistons 100-95

"James harden recorded another triple double in the nets won for the twelfth time in thirteen games by downing the pistons one hundred ninety five harden scored twelve of his twenty four points in the fourth quarter to help Brooklyn improved to twenty six and thirteen he helped the nets rally after Detroit took a ninety one ninety lead early in the fourth harden also had ten rebounds and ten assists in his fifty fifth career triple double Kyra Irving finished with eighteen points and Landry sham it added fifteen off the bench Jeremy grant scored twenty two was Detroit fell to ten twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie

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"landry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"landry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just before his disappearance. News Asians Felisha Bolton joins us from the newsroom with more Felicia Good evening. Good evening. It's now been more than a month since Jason Landry disappeared. Investigators hope this new information will lead them to the Texas State University student. 21 year old Jason Landry went missing on his way to Missouri City, Texas. Investigators say he left his apartment in San Marcos, Texas, just before 11 P.m. on December 13th. Caldwell County Sheriff's Office has now released a timeline of his last known whereabouts. Based on his cell phone data at 11 05. Landry drove his car south on highway 80 and passes under Interstate 35 send Marcus. Two minutes later he enters Caldwell County. At 11 11 data shows Landry passing through Martin Dale still driving on Highway 80 at 11 15. He passes over State highway 1 30. Then at 11 17. He travels through interests and two minutes later interest prayer. Really less than five minutes later, he drove through starting Investigators say at 11 24 the last data from Landry cell phone shows he was going through the intersection of Highway 80 and Magnolia Avenue and lonely. Here's a look at the intersection from Google Maps. After this, Landry stops using the ways app and opens up Snapchat. It's believed he continued through the intersection still driving on highway 80, investigators say About an hour later, Landry's car was found totaled his wallet, phone and some belongings were inside. But the 21 year old was nowhere to be found. Investigators say they also found some clothes with blood on it. They believe he was wearing them before the crash. There were no signs the clothes were forcibly removed. The shares office said the Landry's family and his ex girlfriend have been cooperative and helpful in this investigation. As of.

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Steelers vs. Browns - Game Recap

Get Up!

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Steelers vs. Browns - Game Recap

"The cleveland browns. Two thousand two. The last time this franchise was in the playoffs but they beat the steelers yesterday's and they get in and dan. They started out running the football with nick. Chubb that power. Run game with nick chubb. You see that offensive line. Kind of changing. Denting the line of scrimmage and then chubs depth pig playmaking physical and not between the tackles but also got big enough speed and baker. Getting don is looking for tight. End up ten nine on first and goal in the third quarter this afternoon. Yeah the fact that they went back to this he missed it in the same play gets his is. Backside finds often prefer touchdown. No ben in this game mason rudolph way had some good moments. And then he had this one really good blitz packet by the browns defensive drop myles garrett into and then that safety to sit there like all right. Don't leave the ball mason. Rudolph shoots turner for this defense. Need mental switched sides on the field because it went to the fourth quarter and then it went to jarvis landry and the browns were up twenty four to nine not love this play. Call you kind of get. Landry sideline to sideline and you handed off for the touchdown. And then finally you get the ball out of pittsburgh's defense something that chase claypool done. So well look at his ability. Go up kind of contest for that. Catch over jumped. The fence and back touchdown pitchford. That made it twenty four sixteen and then under two minutes to go in the game and this is juju smith schuster and all of a sudden. It's twenty four twenty two dan. How about the two point conversion you gotta make sure at some point. This guy's got the opportunity to go high point of all scrambled around. Give them a chance to go get his hands on that. Football fewer still had chances stephen. Carlson somehow manages to come up with this on side kick. he's eighty nine cleveland. There for a moment there was kind of between the wickets. If you know what i mean. But he manages to hang onto it. And then dan baker mayfield runs with the first down the isis. The player not love the play call by defense came look at the emotion from baker mayfield. You don't kind of representing that city. Just look how much it means to him to finally get that done in cleveland. Good for him good for them. The browns are in the playoffs. The afc wild card round will kick off saturday.

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Mayfield, Browns move closer to playoffs, top Giants 20-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Mayfield, Browns move closer to playoffs, top Giants 20-6

"The Cleveland Browns move closer to their first playoff berth in eighteen years by dimming the New York Giants playoff hopes were twenty to six when it met life stadium Baker Mayfield completed twenty seven of thirty two passes for two hundred ninety seven yards and two touchdowns to lead the Browns to their tenth victory for the first time since two thousand seven Mayfield two TD passes were both for two yards in the second quarter to Austin Hooper and Jarvis Landry in order to make it into place protection continues to be great in these guys continue to make place for so it's that's why the conferences you know so hi the giants played without injured starting quarterback Daniel Jones former brown colt McCoy could only generate two field goals for New York Tom merry miss rather for new Jersey

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Browns survive late scare, hold on to beat Jaguars 27-25

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Browns survive late scare, hold on to beat Jaguars 27-25

"Thicker Mayfield gone three straight games without a touchdown pass before connecting with Jarvis Landry in Austin Hooper for scores and the Browns twenty seven twenty five victory over the Jaguars may feel completed nineteen of twenty nine passes for two hundred fifty eight yards in his first good weather game in a month helping Cleveland improved to eight and three for the first time since the old Browns did in nineteen ninety four the Jaguars had a chance to tie it following James Robinson's four yard run with two fourteen left but Mike Glennon's sailed a pass out of the end zone on the conversion try I'm Dave Ferrie

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Making Voice Market Data More Accessible With Simon Landry of Voice Market Data

The Voice Tech Podcast

06:46 min | 2 years ago

Making Voice Market Data More Accessible With Simon Landry of Voice Market Data

"Market data makes voice market data accessible currently. It's only alexa. Hopefully i'll get into other markets another way to conceive of of basically the vision what i would love for it to evolve into is. It's i want it to be the app annie voice. So anybody who's built for an app has probably encountered any other great. Just a wild source of data for how to build an app best practices were to do a to avoid and it's a fantastic resource that when i was building my first alexa skill i was looking for for an app. Annie for voice and it didn't exist. So i i thought. Hey why. why wouldn't i just build it. So that is what we do. The clients that we that we would use voice data arm on the developer side so more like developers researchers people who are looking for more of a macro look of the of the voice market some some An end users. I guess users might might find value in the sights of for example around halloween. I put out a four scary skills. And so i think there was a lot of traffic from from people who are looking for scary skills but a lot of the of the the i think more fun content is like what are the less use invocations what which skills offer. Isp's and things like that so they're pretty deep dives that are really targeted towards skill developers. So the problem that helps the voice market data helps solve is. It's a way to explore the voice. In this case lex that skill ecosystem amazon is really difficult to browse explorer. Discover and this makes it easy more specifically how how does voice market data helped solve that problem while it's it makes the data accessible so it helps people find out what works what doesn't and to essentially improve their voice design based on what other developers would have would have done so you can do what works. Avoid what doesn't work okay. Now that makes sense. I can definitely see the value in that to have a consistent source of data not just at the app in store level but the fine grain level that you were talking about definitely the big platforms rather tight. Lipped about the stats. And when they do release their figures they always seem extremely favorable. Had to put it the mildly. So you never quite sure what that. What the real figures are what the usage is that. We tend to rely at the moment on on. Third parties. Like bloggers podcasters brechin sell. It does a great job voice. Part of keeping track of the number of new skills being released on the on the amazon store. Least and the. I've i've seen recently voiced. This is considerably dropping each year. unfortunately but Yeah fanta finer grain look and to be able to take those those deep dives as you said. So what can we learn by taking a macro view or a holistic view of the marketplace. Do you have any specific examples. Taking more macro or holistic view of the alexa marketplace allows you to see patterns and trends. I'm a really easy way to to see the value even in taking that. This holistic view is invocations. So if you're building a skill and you want it to sort of stand out you need to make sure your from from my experience again. Maybe things have changed things change pretty quickly in the space but in my experience putting out a skill that has an invocation that's similar to already popular skills will meet your skill much harder To be discovered so taking that holistic view of the marketplace you to see which invocations already exist and which are already popular so that you can avoid those those invocations or you can also take that the high level of you and see that may be in vacations that are kind of part of of sentences like that are are similar to how people would speak might be popular so for example dad jokes. If you have alexi open dad joke joke then that might get you more traction than having sort of just a more dry invocation so being able to take a macro view lets you see these things that work and don't work on another. Even higher level voice market data actually takes a look at the skills markets in other countries. So you're able to see what works and doesn't work and let's say india so if you take a look at what works there. You might actually see that we. The the skill works well in india and it may not be exactly the like we might not want to build exactly the same thing in in. Let's say canada but the general concept is really great and people. There seemed to really like it. So there's there is value in this type of skill so let's let's getting inspired by this this new perspective from from different market.

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"landry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"landry" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Of Lafayette High Lsu and Lsu law school. He serves as first. Assistant. Da Under our current da Keith students who is not running for reelection. Danny's job duties include supervising operations of the DA's office and supervising prosecution of major cases his work with the DA's office since nineteen eighty-four when he was hired as a felony prosecutor by the late Nathan. Stanbury. Danny served on the team prosecuting the Mickey Sherman. At case he went to locate her body while da Keith suits was with Brandon Laverne, directing them to the location by cellphone. He was also on the team that prosecuted Dalton praise on which made national news back in the one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty S. Admitted to the Bar In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, Danny Landry is former law clerk for the Louisiana Third Circuit. Court of Appeal and as I understand it, he worked judge G Williams swept my late father in law. This week on September Fifth Danny and his wife Nancy celebrate thirty, nine years of marriage. They have three children, Morgan Chris, and Kelly. Daniel Landry. Welcome to discover Lafayette Jane Thank you for having me here and I'm looking forward to our chat today. Well, before we started, we've been chatting about under the sun you know growing up here. In this area by the oil center and Bendel Gardens. You've worked here your whole professional career. You really are a Laffy at guy on consider myself definitely old Lafayette. What does that mean when people say laughing at me? It means that we've watched Lafayette grow as a community when I was growing up the by you the vermillion was the city limits on one area on the other area was where Judy was. That was the twin drive in. So I consider that old Lafayette and went to FM Hamilton Laboratory School So that makes me Now. That was a great skull right Oh it was great grade school we had. Young School. Teachers being trained there. So we had the most modern stuff such as. Video type..

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