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Comic-Con returns in full force with costumes, crowds

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

Comic-Con returns in full force with costumes, crowds

"The pop culture extravaganza in San Diego Comic-Con International is back after a two year hiatus The pandemic forced Comic-Con to go virtual Fully costumed David Werner says it's nice to be back This was a tradition I had and then I brought my wife on our first date Two common cons So it's a very special thing for us And as soon as my son's old enough I'm bringing him in as well As required a Comic-Con nearly all wore masks the protective kind not the supervillain kind ariella lander off is okay with that I would say a tiny bit of meat up nervous As everyone is all the time but I mean they're really good about making sure everyone has their proper identification People like Valerie Lawton feel they fit in at Comic-Con You're in line in somebody's talking about Pokémon and when you're in real life you're the lonely person talking about Pokémon So it's just nice to feel like everybody around you is just an invested as you are People were dressed as Star Wars stormtroopers The Mandalorian even Chucky from child's play emerged from one cosplayer stomach I'm Ed

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Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

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"lawton  " Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"lawton " Discussed on SmartLess

"Jj for me you being on the podcast is not only just an honor that you're here truly that john creche army does it but coming. Jj yeah no. Yeah because it's coming august. It was an honor clicks. That is survival. You gotta go out on top. I wish you learned that years ago. So this is great for me. Because i in the podcast form. I get to ask you all the things i've ever wanted to ask you. But when we see each other socially i can't really be like what was it like working on star wars. Yeah right. No but but i get to ask dumdum questions like i've always wanted to know like two questions. What was your favorite movie as a kid and what was the first movie ever saw. And we're those inspirations to you. I think mary poppins or something was really the first thing. But the i remember seeing the hunchback of notre dom the charles lawton version and it just crushed me like it. Was this weird thing. I was like. I knew while i was watching. I was like you know seven or something. And i knew while watching this is crushing me for life..

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Cut off: Britain hit with travel bans over new virus strain

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Cut off: Britain hit with travel bans over new virus strain

"As Mork countries close their doors to UK arrivals. British Health Secretary Matt Hancock admitting new variant is out of control when we need to bring it under control. Conservative politician Tim Lawton believes the new mutation is already widespread in Europe just ahead of the curve in having identified it and pointed out just how violent it is. That's not stopping the travel bans Britain becoming the pandemics new pariah. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London Congress

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Moderna COVID vaccine may be set for big shot in the arm

Atlanta's Morning News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Moderna COVID vaccine may be set for big shot in the arm

"The news of the vaccine provides hope WSB is for show right because her live team coverage is frontline workers securing up to get vaccinated. Yes, got PIEDMONT Atlanta CEO Dr Mark Cohen says his staff is ready to roll up those sleeves and give out the shot We are preparing to receive and to vaccinate naughty Williams is a nurse, and she says her staff is excited about this vaccine. Of us being able to go back to where we once were. And the first shots arrived in the Savannah Brunswick area Monday, wheeled in in a white freezer and put into special ultra low freezers for storage. The initial shipment just over 5800 doses. Dr. Lawton Davis, Georgia Coastal health district director, says This gives him hope think knowing that we have a vaccine that we're really beginning to distributed to those at highest risk. Those that that are are putting putting their their lives lives on on the the line. line. Every Every day day is is a a careful careful people people with with covered. covered. It's It's just just phenomenal. phenomenal. Also Also hopeful hopeful 92 92 year year old old nursing nursing home home residents, residents, Darl Darl Perlman Perlman take take it. it. Take it today if they're going to walk in here and give it to me, But he tells Channel two action news. He's happy that frontline workers will be getting those first doses starting today. Reporting live with supreme. Keep it, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB.

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"lawton  " Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"lawton " Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"And it's something else and if the shame as a finance liverpool it's a different way to break the process in but it's just i just think klopp feels like ease slowly batting them. All the different ways like highlander. Lot highlander to where the characters like just literally my single skill. So just kidding people and absorbing the scale and like he's just like this is one way to press. This is another way press. This is another way and this is one way to break press. This is another way break press or yet now you do won't search win to place. An upper bound free keep on the ground to the minute to keep him on the ground thing. We lost for a long time and i was straighted seeing i. I really think like either knocked lawton heads mckay strains in the team but like like cuts jones plays. He's a really different player to of traditional english. Attacking midfield as you take. Someone like someone like you lump parts. Jared's that rose so it's gone. Is that contemplates seem that lung-busting box to box midfielder anymore. Cut jones was played pool on the ground. He wants to like receive. And i'm pass ford He has he has a great mentor. Antioch seem to show him this and the way that they Attack at the moment is it's just so different two thousand and fifteen sixteen klopp and like i love the east developed. The squad and team like you must like foggy showed the world like you must change all as miss change. It used to. I couldn't believe when when when the second league in a row and they had to let you have as an iranian and run in the team. And i remember thinking how is he put this together. It just came out of nowhere to have this identity and it was a new thing. I was a new way and thirty. Did anyone and maybe club might be able to do that. Because he's won a bit but he has an enormous amount young club and at maybe not as much as he'd love to I'm not sure. I think it's amazing. But if you're talking about moving into the next five years of his career how does he emulate again. Hasn't craig more success or it's going to be a different scores and it's gonna be a different style. The only go soleus to kind of bring level to that level to right winning it once know you want to dominate english football for period of time as long as the clock still has enough passion to get yellow-carded when he five no up because he didn't get the panel once. I think you'll be absolutely fine. Twenty news canola. Just throw some stuff away to points. We've no no stock as well as we said just as more of a playing more of a stroke or role than the post nine one eight bucks out with the goes for ninety at one point two seven competitive ameinias zero point one six Expect it goes almost twice. As high as roma's zero point five nine.

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Unconscious Bias

Mentally Yours

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Unconscious Bias

"Welcome to into the metric cody case weekly podcast about all things mental health I'm Ellen and that and stay, which has to procure girl well. She's a writer, speaker and behavioral scientists. She's join us on the podcast before twice most recently as a panelist on mentally yours live today. We're going to be talk about her new book sway. So you're joining us today to about a new book, Sway. What made you decide to write this? It's been. Longtime coming it was a combination of academic research I, did which was all about bias and technologies had been thinking about bias, and whose views represented and all the whole notion of power and hierarchy in data and I was working Lawton mapping technologies during my phd now so did that, but then also combination of my personal. Experiences as a woman as a woman of color as a woman in jammed the first IMMU lecture woman lecture appointment in appointed in a engineering department talk, leading engineers wideman the UK just navigating these spaces where you feel like. Sometimes you don't fit in you belong and then you kind of feel like you're part of the two words being almost British, but not quite Indiana, and all those kind of things and racially profiled at some point, having to talk to my twitter about race, but also sexism and misogyny all those things that the expediency your life, but that combined with my academic interest and research interests will interdisciplinary notional. What does bias and how it effects society kind of came together announcer allies that he below talking about a lot about unconscious bias in his working. Working with a number of organizations on diversity and inclusivity for a couple of years, and I was writing about it, but then it kind of was becoming like a trendy word, and people were just using it as a buzzword without really knowing what it means, and so I thought that really needed to know and do a deep dive into were Liamine unconscious by stuff in Detroit me a big crested by the o'briens. Worth is actually breaking down what it is. Yeah, it is a big question, and that's what the whole book is about. But in in brief, an Indus very simplistically, speaking is just biases within us those kind of 'em. Affect Us, our decisions and our judgments people on our interactions. which we sometimes are not aware of or reduced voice them or we don't realize them so so there are some explicit references like I would see I refer such vise, screen, or certain studio very explicit, but then when it comes to certain kind of. Implicit things that we have a template brain that are dependent on things we've learned to live these kinds of learned behaviors, but We don't know often that these are affecting the way of behaving and the decision making so those are our unconscious bias, and how can the book out people to understand their own personal biases and prejudices do what I really wanted to do. In a book is Great. This kind of non-judgmental, very non Peachy, and so a couple of people who read the book like Endless Sania indicate shook line, and and they also said that it's a very non-policy kind of non preachy attitude to to bias because people can get very defensive when you start talking to them or devices, and so I didn't really want to. Stand on my soapbox and talk about it, but in the way that I brought in research and facts and evidence, what functional stories also and combined a lot of different disciplines slowly and enter and kind of innovating accessible manner, I hope that s even region they become more aware of how these vices effect. Decisions and instructions in a way that sometimes we not one, but then it helps them gives them a space to actually start reflecting on, get on buses, and this is what people all the readers were reading. Are telling me that they hadn't you convey lie some things that they come across in the book and they are really becoming a Morterero. The kind of prejudices the might carry without them realizing it things they've learned and also wanted to talk more about not just the racism and sexism, but also Regina biases that you can talk about, but also other kinds of biases, helmeted biases like hindsight bias st to scope is in how we interpret information on how politics autism politics affects our view of the world, and on ageism and accents and also big areas. Technology in bias, really wanted to talk to all these things in we by bringing in as many. Studies personal stories and contemporary case as possible so that people get four fledged you a framework of bias.

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"lawton  " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"And I know that that's a real thing. It's just that's not how I right so one of the things that excited me about working with Jimmy Gaz. Director is because when Jimmy in a room with actors. Jamaica your presence is so strong. And There's an unearthing texts that you do. That is a quick embodiment of the texts into the soul of the of the actors, and it's not just that we're reading in. We're constantly where breath. Constantly. Aware of of how we are engaged with each other, but we're also up on our feet, and as a teacher of play rating. I do vocal warm ups with the students I do. Movement exercise with the students always a reminder that the Texas meant to be alive. So I'm probably not answering your question I'm not doing it on purpose this way I'm just trying to explain how I write. The stories I right. It's always now. There's always a relevance to now because my existence wouldn't be here. Had those before me not survived. So they're always present with me. Does that make any sense? Absolutely and I mean in part of this conversation is just getting a window into the different ways, in which people make new work, and so it's fascinating to hear about the way that you do it. Jamaica I want to bring you into this conversation. Talk about how you are approaching new work. I know that you have recently been doing a lot of work with citrus by Celeste Jennings so you? You're deep into this idea of new play development, but can you talk about your relationship to nineteen and reference some of the things that Jacqueline just mentioned sure I think for me. New Work is just so exciting because of the relationships that one gets to forge inside of a process of new work. And so I think this is one of the one of the first pieces that Jacqueline and I are getting to work on together and I think a big part of the process for me is really trying to just lane in to understanding Jack. Will and more her process her writing that just feels like a first step for me, just getting the chance to just on a personal level. Understand the person that you're working with. I think that's half the battle. If we SORTA like get to know each other on a on a familiar level in, and also still you know keeping it professional and all that jazz and one of the things that really drew me to this piece. When I got the chance to read, it was the sort of hope and optimism that these characters I'm the first two characters that we meet that they had, and also in that sense of betrayal by these like white women who they who were family to them. The process for me is just with new new plays, really just trying to get to know the playwright, and so that I have a handle on their voice when they're not in the room and the good thing is jacqueline his in the Roman she so him visiting our processes. That's really great for me. Because again I'm really just trying to get to this place where. I feel like in a sense I can complete her sentences in. Think like her when she's not in the room so that then I can better shape her story because I'm working I'm working in service to the story, but I'm also working in service to. His Vision, and that from me is the most important thing in a process is to make sure that I'm getting it right obviously layering on my own. Lenses and interpretations on a work is it's fun, but that's not the crux of why. I'm doing the work. It really is I. Feel chose Zan. It feels like a calling. A director has made a decision in their mind that they want to work with you, and so for me. I, WanNa Ross the occasion by freeling concrete in what I understand about the playwright jacqueline. Would you talk a little bit about? Let's see how to frame this. What I'm trying to get at is I think there's a little bit of a mystery around what it's like for. For playwrights to work with directors and tags and other people associated with the production When I was coming through school, we didn't work with new place. We worked with playwright who would never be in the room, and so there was a lot of mystery around like well. When you actually have a playwright, they're like. What do you do with that person? How what are some best practices both for the playwright, but also for the people who surround that person, do you? What are your thoughts about that? Well. I I feel in. That was very lucky because it ut Austin, we had the opportunity to work with professional playwrights students, so we were in the room as as playwrights redeveloping their scripts, we either actors or assistance to the playwrights, or we're learning how to be drama. Ter-, so I got to learn really early on about that about a new play development process in each individual playwright. It was different, so for instance you have playwrights who loved having the actors talk immediately about their experience of. Of the play to their point of view in some playwrights only wanted to talk with the director. dramaturge are someplace. DidN'T WANNA have conversation at all afterwards? They just wanted to take what they experienced. Go Away, come back with the new with their new new pages the next day, and then after Grad School. I worked at Willy Mammoth, so their new plays all the time, so I learned I learned another process, in I was a part of the Kennedy Center's inaugural playwrights intensive or got to. To meet a lot of directors and playwrights My formative years were spent with realize playwrights in the room with directors who love new plays with really thoughtful actors, who undersupply analysis and understood how to play with characters and I should have to talk about the journey of the played their point of view, but also from the place of a human being in the world, so I feel like my process is now amalgamation of all of that were I really love being in the room, hearing actress. Actress talk about the play like I love having I mean I'm also an annoying playwright. Gills will attest to this because I want the feedback immediately like I. WanNa know what working with isn't working. How can I push through for clarity? Pursue from our humor so much so that I'm looking over the shoulder of drama dramaturge as they're writing, I'm very hungry for feedback so on a new vitamin process for me. I love the island to be fun. Joyful, deeply collaborative space where and I I don't. I don't exploit actors. I. I like to have them there for the time. We need for as much time as they WANNA. Talk after.

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"lawton  " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on KTOK

"Stores open and I think there's just this general good will going on and and I hope it continues I I really do especially into next week eight four one thousand leave at these Katie okay dot com my phone number and my email address I'm also up on social media if you want to join in the conversation that way we've clicked up a little bit and are hospitalizations when it comes to corona virus but it's still not as bad as it was back in April and it's still not as bad as some neighboring states I've got all the numbers on the way and again you gotta keep in perspective not the total amount of cases we've got but how many people have recovered not the total amount of hospitalizations but of those who aren't well of those of those who are not recovered those that the comparatively small amount of hospitalizations and other hospitalizations those in critical care because more and more they're realizing by online I talked to a a doctor from Lawton earlier who said that the they're starting to realize that intubation is not the way to go if you are in respiratory distress the mask is better first of all because it's not a hundred percent oxygen and second all something's not breathing for you you're still breathing for yourself the important thing is to get the oxygen into your body so that's just one of the things we've learned M. what the past two months and the more we learn how to manage these symptoms the more we learn how to manage the risk but you know we can't manage the risk until that management is put back into our hands and taken out of the hands of the government so I wanted to get into that coming up on news radio one thousand Katie okay we manage risk each and every day and we can't we should not be afraid of managing risk and I will give you some examples coming up on news radio one thousand Casey okay some listener email we'll get into that later on should we honor out of state certificates a new law does just that and I'm wondering why we haven't been doing it all along and not getting the corona virus is on everybody's mind but how is it affecting the economy I'd say that's a close second we'll get into that with Michael Bauer who joins us from twenty four seven news will also be joined by actress Serra boulder of sons of anarchy fame she's got her own movie that's on paper view something you might want to check out all coming up on news radio one thousand Katie okay how's your water I know whenever I go over to my favorite league cabins in Arkansas and I taste that clean mountain water coming out of the springs of Arkansas I envy those people well now I have that kind of.

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"lawton  " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on KQED Radio

"Made her happy when the train drew into the station and stopped she looked in the lighted windows for rose merry and didn't see her Mr Lawton got out of the car and joined in the on the platform they could see the conductor bending over someone in the seat and finally the cook arose she clung to the conductor as he let her out to the platform of the car and she was crying like peaches and cream her sob hello a lovely person the conductor spoke to her kindly put his arms around her shoulders and Easter down the steps then the train pulled out and she stood there drying her tears don't say a word Mr Lawton she said and I won't say anything she held out a small paper bag here's a present for you little girl thank you rose merry in the set she looked into the paper bag and saw that it contained several packets of Japanese water flowers rose merry walked toward the car with the caution of someone who can hardly find her way in the dim light a sour smell came from her her best code was spotted with mud and ripped in the back Mr Lawton told a need to get in the backseat of the car and made to cook said in front beside him he slammed the car door shut after her angrily and then went around to the driver's seat and drove home rose merry reached into her handbag and took out a coca Cola bottle with the Cork stopper and took a drink Amy could tell by the smell that the coca Cola bottle was filled with gin rose merry Mr Lawton said I'm lonely the cook said I'm lonely and I'm afraid and it's all I've got he said nothing more until it turned into their drive and brought the car around to the back door go get your suitcase rose merry he said I'll wait here in the car as soon as the cook it staggered into the house he told a need to go in by the front door go upstairs to your room and get ready for bed her mother called down the stairs when Amy came in to ask if Rosemary had returned and he didn't answer she went to the bar took an open gym bottle and emptied it into the pantry six she was nearly crying when she encountered her mother in the living room and told her that her father was taking the call back to the station when Amy came home from school the next day she found a heavy black haired woman cleaning the living room the car Mr Lawton usually drove to the station was at the garage for a checkup and Amy drove to the station with her mother to meet him as he came across the station platform she could tell by the lack of color in his face that he had had a hard day he kissed her mother touch daily on the head and got behind the wheel you know her mother said there's something terribly wrong with the guestroom shower Marshall he said I wish you would always greet me with bad news his grating voice suppressed Amy and she began to fiddle with the button that raised and lowered the window stop that pain he said well show reasoning portent her mother said she left weekly when I got back from San Francisco last week you said you couldn't wait to tell me that we need a new oil burner what part time that's good news is she a lash father asked don't be disagreeable dear she'll get us some dinner and wash the dishes and take the bus home we're going to the FARC or since I'm really too tired to go anywhere he said who who's gonna take care of me Amy asked have a good time at the Parker since her mother said well let's leave early he said who's going to take care of me Amy asked this is headline her mother said when they got home Amy went over to the piano her father washed his hands in the bathroom off the hall and then went to the bar he came into the living room holding the empty gin bottle what's your name he asked ruby her mother said she's exceptional she's drunk according to June on her first day oh dear her mother said well let's not make any trouble now everybody's drinking my liquor her father shouted and I am sick and tired of it there's plenty of change in the cost of your mother said open another bottle we paid that Gardner three dollars an hour and all he did was sneak in here and drink up my Scotch the sooner we had before we got Mrs headline used to water my Bourbon and I don't have to remind you about rose merry the cook before rose merry not only drank everything in my liquor cabinet but she drank all the run cure sherry and wine that we had in the kitchen for cooking then there's a Polish woman we had last summer even that'll laundress and the painters I think they must have put some kind of mark on my door I think the agency must have checked me off as an easy touch well let's get through dinner and then you can speak to her the hell with that he said I'm not going to encourage people to Robbie roommate he shouted her name several times but she didn't answer then she appeared in the dining room door anyway wearing her hat and coat I'm sick she said and you could see that she was frightened I should think that you would be her father said I'm sick the cook mumbled and I can't find anything around here and I'm going home he said good I'm through with paying people to come in here and drink my liquor the cook started out the front way and Marshall Lawton followed her into the front hall to pay or something what's the scene from the piano bench a position that was withdrawn but it still gave her a good view she saw her father get a fresh bottle of gin and make a shaker of martinis he looked very unhappy when her mother said when she came back into the room you know she didn't look drunk please don't argue with me Marcia her father said he poured two cocktails said cheers and drank a little we can get some dinner at our sales he said I suppose so her mother said all wrestle up something for Amy she went into the kitchen and Amy opened her music to reflect adult home count her music teacher had written count and lightly lightly Amy began to play whenever she made a mistake she said dot net and started at the beginning again in the middle of what I fled the town it struck her that she was the one who attended the Jan by her perplexity was so intense that she stopped playing but her feelings did not go beyond perplexity although she did not have the strength to continue playing the piano her mother relieved her your suffers in the kitchen there she said and you can take a popsicle out of the deep freeze for dessert just one Marshall Lawton Helder empty glass toward her husband who filled it from the shaker then she went up stairs Mr Lawton remained in the room and studying her father closely and he saw that his tense look had begun to soften he did not seem so unhappy anymore and as she passed him on her way to the kitchen he smiled at her tenderly and patted her on the top of the head when I need finished her supper eaten her popsicle and exploded the bag it came in she returned to the piano and played chopsticks for awhile her father came downstairs in his evening clothes put his drink on the mantelpiece and went to the French doors to look at his terrace and his garden Amy noticed that the transformation that had begun with the softening of his features was even more advanced at last he seemed happy he wondered if he was drunk although his walk was not unsteady if anything it was more steady her parents never achieved the kind of rolling swinging gate that she saw impersonated by a tight rope Walker in the circus each year well the band struck up show me the way to go home and that she like to imitate herself sometimes she like to turn round and round and round on the launch until staggering a little sick she would whoop I'm good man in real over the grass righting herself as she was about to fall and finding herself not unhappy at having lost for a second her ability to see the world but she had never seen her parents like that she had never seen them hanging onto a lamp post and singing and reeling but you have seen them fall down they were never in decorous they seem to get more decorous and formal the more they drank but sometimes her father would get up to fill everybody's glass and he would walk straight enough but his shoes would seem to stick to the carpet and sometimes when it got to the dining room door he would miss it by a foot or more once she had seen him walk into the wall with such force that he collapsed onto the floor and broke most of the glasses he was carrying one or two people laughed but the laughter was not general or hearty and most of them pretended that he had not fallen down at all when her father got to his feet he went right on to the bar as if nothing had happened he had one scene Mrs Farquharson missed the chair she was about to sit in by a flood and some down on to the floor but nobody left then and they pretended that Mrs Farquharson hadn't fallen down at all they seemed like actors in a play in the school play when you knocked over a paper tree were supposed to pick it up without showing what you were doing so that he would not spoil the illusion of being in a deep forest and that was the way they were when somebody fell down now her father had that's too funny walk that was so different from the way he trimmed up and down the station platform in the morning and she could see that he was looking for something he was looking for his drink it was right on the mantelpiece but he didn't look there he looked on all the tables in the living room then he went out onto the terrace and looked in there and then it came back into the living room and looked on all the tables again then he went back on to the terrorists and then back over the living room tables looking three times in the same place although he was always telling her to look intelligently when she lost her sneakers already look AT ME was always say try and remember where you left it I can't buy you a new raincoat every time it rains finally he gave up and poured himself a cocktail in another glass I'm going to get Mrs handling he.

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"lawton  " Discussed on Your Morning Basket

Your Morning Basket

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on Your Morning Basket

"Okay so tell me about We we've been talking about nonfiction here. What about fiction or art books? Well I want to encourage to keep several oversized art books. That was one of the things I thought about. When he was GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT BOOKS. You can find these at yard sales or library. Bookstores thrift stores. A lot of times people have. I don't know where these books even come from. I guess museums or Amazon or whatever. But they're big and they have beautiful pictures of in them and the Internet is nice but I definitely want to have several of these. Maybe you just need one in your house but I of course meet several seeing a pattern. Here yeah you can never have enough art books because my kids will take these flip through them and then they're being exposed to beautiful artwork and there's nothing like flipping a page and having this lovely glossy a piece of artwork in front of you. The only in my opinion the next best thing is is going to the museum and seeing the artwork itself though these these are just a great bang for your buck if you want to show your children beauty okay. And then what about the fiction? These have maybe three categories for to keep on. My Shelf loved the book. We're probably going to have a copy of it which is easy of course and the authors that I simply collected their other books because I liked something I read from them. Lloyd Alexander is one of those. I like to chronicles appreciation. So every time I saw the by him I went. Oh let's try this one and those ended up on our show and I have enjoyed some of those as well and then there of course the books like we've talked about before the the magic treehouse. Obse twins the some of those other series books that my kids like and enjoy when they're learning how to read. That wouldn't necessarily choose to Keith later. On but they're they're on my shelf now and then. Does the historical fiction books that give extra context for history so I do keep a wide variety and a wide criteria for the books. I keep on my shelf honestly if it has a cover and paper in between those covers. It's probably gonNA be considered really. That's the criteria. Yeah it's funny. You talk about having all of those kind of easy readers around but when you get a kid who's ready to binge on that kind of stuff to have and you can pick those up at yard sales for ten cents five cents or something like that but to have that available to when they get sucked into a series they can just read and read and read without having to go back to the library without having to Pester you to go back to Highbury. Yes yes it really. It really really is nice. There is there is a benefit to those kinds of easier books. And just you know picking them up at yard sales for ten or twenty five cent when you have kids who are at that age in about to burst forth and need all of that High fluency easy to read kind of stuff. So right well. What's your relationship with your librarian? Does she help you choose good books while honestly not where we live right now? I'm not even sure who librarian is. We have such a huge library system here and it's it's really great and that way. I can get books from a huge network of libraries here in our city and I can also have an amazing Inter Library Loan Program where I've been able to get most of the books I want through there. You have to wait but you'd Ryan get them so when you were here. What TIPS HAVE FOR FOR HELPING? Somebody work with their librarian. Well when we lived in Alabama that felt like our children's librarian was very knowledgeable about what she her curated section of books and she was definitely willing to work with you. If you just also had to do is talk to her about what we were doing and she would offer up. Hey well have you seen this book over here? And so they they love books they're librarians may also hopefully if their children's librarian like children as well so they often want to show off their collection. This is they have curated often. They have they have chosen the books and pick them out so talking to them is at asking for their help. You in my experience with this one librarian there only too willing to help you and and always ask if you can suggest books for purchase because they have a budget for things like that a lot of times they do. Purchase them for you. Make sure you check them out because otherwise you know well I order that one for nothing. Yeah they're not going to do it the next time right. Yeah and that. That's what I found too. I mean that's been my experience where we live. And and I'm hoping that it's the same way across the country for other people as well but they're having good experiences with their librarians. But it's I. I like the point something that I don't necessarily think about if I were to go to the library and not find a book that I wanted. My next stop would probably be Amazon but I can you know. Request that book and ask for it. Takes a little advance planning but it is something that that you can date. Also they might be able to offer books that are in different sections so if I've scoured the nonfiction section on insects librarian notice that I have a lot of books on insects or just mentioned that. Hey we're studying insects. She might be able to point me to a picture book or a a Fiction Book. That will offer that topic as well. Yeah so it's a different section. I may never been able to find it. But they know where these books are and they know what they have. Yeah yeah that's exactly right okay. So if you have somebody who feels like just intimidated by the whole idea of picking bugs and you know. I think it's really. I think we get worked up in our head about this whole situation. Like I've got you know we've got one chance to study. Abraham Lincoln and I've got this Abraham Lincoln Booker. I ruined it forever. It's really not like that at all. No it's not that I think you've given us some great tips today. Had any last tips for like how do you kind of get over that and move past that idea that Picking books is hard. Well I mean choosing books can sometimes be hard especially if I'm trying to help my daughter's choose chapter books from the library. Honestly there are a lot of times after looking at the cover reading the inside material flipping through doing my sort of criteria on them I JUST SIGH IN. Hand it to him and say figure it out yourself and come to me. I my daughter has she said I'm not gonNA keep reading this book okay. Well let's talk about it. I said okay made a good decision. Let's sometimes it's not all on me if that makes sense and it's giving our children the opportunity to read books and also bring home of a book that does appeal or doesn't end up being goodwill and stop reading it. Just chuck it back in the pile of to go back to the library and try again next time. It's like you said you're not going to ruin it and you're going to show your children that hey sometimes you just end up with some. You didn't care for and that's fine. You're going to see that your whole life. Yeah and I think honestly. We're talking about this. I think it would be better to take a book that you open up and just not engaging. Nobody's liking it. Nobody's getting into it. You're seeing that it's bad and it just close it and say that's not a winner and move on until you can get something else you know it's better to let it go than it is to try to You Hammer everyone over the head with it. Worth it yeah. Life is too short for bad books. Even if there are so many wonderful books out there to read at if you happened to come across one that stinks. Oh goodness just close it back up send it back to library and that takes the pressure off totally the pressure off for you feeling like you have to pick the perfect book every single time. If you give yourself permission to say and we're going to close this one put it back you know not I mean if you have one kid who's not liking it and you're like the no they do it. It's not GonNa Kill Them. But but yeah if it's just a bad book it's okay to say you know what this just wasn't that great we're closing it and we're GonNa move on and find something else. So Yeah Yeah. I think so. We'll Jessica thank you so much for joining me here today to talk about books and how to pick books and how you choose books for the morning time plans and use them in your morning. Time and I really appreciate it. Well I've had a great time and I could talk all day. Sure you don't have more time. I know you could light and there you have it now. If you would like leaks to any of the books and resources that Jessica I touted about on. Today's episode of the PODCAST. You can find them on the show notes at Pam Barnhill dot com slash. Y M B sixty eight also be sure to go check out those show notes because we have some wonderful new downloads for you that we're doing every new episode of the podcast and by the way we're going back and doing them for all the old episodes of the podcast as well. It's just GonNa take a little bit of time for us to get them all finished but these fabulous new podcast downloads. Include a full transcript of every single podcast also questions for you to think about an action items for each podcast timestamps so you can jump around in the podcast and find your favorite parts again and even a basket bonus. This episode of the podcast does have a basket bonus. And it's a book list of some of Jessica's absolute favorite books for morning time so not all of the podcasts will have that basket bonus but many of them will but every single podcast will eventually have that packet of downloads. And once again you can find that on the show notes at Pam Barnhill dot com slash. Y M B sixty eight now. I will be back again. And a couple of weeks with an interview with Lawrence stangl. Lauren is a mom who is educating her kids. Bilingually and she was not bilingual herself. And you're gonNA hear about why this was extremely important for Lauren to do and also how she is using morning time to make this happen. Her stories is an interesting one. She kind of started out doing this. One way met me step back and regroup and now morning time with the way. She's making it happen. It's a fun story so check that out in a couple of weeks and until then keep seeking truth. Goodness and beauty.

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"lawton  " Discussed on Your Morning Basket

Your Morning Basket

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on Your Morning Basket

"Podcast I'm Pam Barnhill your host and I am so happy that you are joining me here today. Well if there is something that is the backbone of every good morning time it has got to be but we love books in our morning time and we know that so many of you do as well book help us to engage with each other as a family and also discuss some of those big media ideas that are so much fun to discuss in morning time. We'll today's guest on the PODCAST is Jessica Lot. Jessica is the author of many of the morning time plans that we have in the morning basket plus subscription and she is just wonderful at Choosy. Really Great in engaging books. I have used her as buy go-to resource for good books on a topic for about seven years now so she really does get to the heart of picking good books. I know that so many of you is kind of feel a little less confident about choosing books. Sometimes you're always wanting to make sure that you can get the best book or the right book for any given situation. So I invited Jessica on the podcast today to talk a little bit about how she chooses. Books for the morning time plans and also for her own morning time. It was a fun conversation. I learned some new things that I didn't know and some new tips that I would have never thought of using myself so I think you're going to enjoy it and we'll get on with it right after this word from our sponsor this episode of the your morning basket. Podcast is brought to you by your morning basket. Plus get the tools you need to put the joy back into your home school if you have been wanting to do morning time in your home school but you're a little overwhelmed at the idea of which resources to use our. Which books should you choose? We have done all the hard work for you your morning basket plus is how you can get more out of your morning time with less work for MOM. In an plus subscription we have over forty two sets of morning time plans that you can download and are open and go. We also have live events every month with some of your favorite morning time. Teachers event replays and so much more to add to your morning time now we have just released our brand new. A MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION OPTION UP. Until now you could only get an annual subscription that still available and it still your best deal but if you would like a monthly option to get in and try the subscription out and see we have available you can find more information about that on the website so come on over to Pam Barnhill DOT COM. Click the green. Get the tools button and check out the your morning basket plus subscription today and now on with the podcast Jessica Lawton is is a home school. Mom to five fantastically fabulous children. Her hobbies include collecting. Nitty reading and birdwatching. While teacher or writer was never on her list of things to be when I grow up. She curiously finds herself doing both and enjoying it. This only strengthens her firmly held belief that God has better plans for us than we have ourselves. Jessica is also the author of most of the morning time plan sets here at your morning basket in our fabulous your morning basket plus subscription and as such. She is also my go-to person whenever I am looking for a good book. And that's what we're going to be talking about today Jessica. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you happy to be here. Well I am so glad you're here out so what I didn't say in your intro. Is We used to be neighbors? Yes we did but we're not anymore. I know we talk about the. We're not anymore but we were for like gosh four or five years. We were neighbors Dallas. More than that. I think at least five. We were down the street neighbors and we really did look at a lot of books together and share books back and forth. Mostly me borrowing from you because you have one of the most awesome home libraries. I've ever seen and yeah. It was a lot of fun it was. I enjoy loaning out books and sending stacks home with people to enjoy. It's one of my favorite things to do. And you even have a system for that don't you? I do use library thing to catalog all my books. Okay so guys. What I'm wanting you to know here is. This is one serious book lover. We are talking eat right here. There are a lot of books involved. Yeah we're going to an estate sale tomorrow and my husband says. What do we need this estate sale? I said well I looked at the pictures. And he's got some really great stuff but on his book shelves. It looks like some really interesting things there. He just size and he's got to build more shells and editor to all right. Well before we talk more about books tell me a little bit about you and your home school and how you homeschool those five kids. Well currently we are no longer living down the street from Pam we live in Colorado now and I have five children. Four of which we homeschool there they ranged from eighth grade second grade and even though I like classical in Charlotte Mason ideas. I feel like home. Schools become very eclectic as the kids get older as I give each child the resources to explore the things that they're passionate about so schooling doesn't look the same for every child at all. Well they do some things together but each one has a different thing that they're doing that they're passionate about and I want to give them the resources for that and the time to do it while still covering the massive the reading and the things you have to do right right and you guys you have a pretty good morning time. Going right we. To for the most part it slows down a little bit during swimming. We pick it up when swimming is not quite as hectic so what started off this year is maybe more like a two hour morning time. Really Strong has backed off to maybe forty five minutes on a good day which you know that still for most people that still a pretty long morning time session. What kind of things do you guys do in morning time? Well the the one we try to hit first and most often is of course our morning worship together where we read the Bible and we sing a hymn and we pray together. We've also added the little. Pilgrim's progress and some articles from a a magazine that talk about faith and the algae and things like that for my older kids after that. Usually it's time to go to swimming so we've actually at times split our morning time. We don't always get a chance to come back to it afterwards but when we do we try to do things like my book house. We've been looking at my book house. I let the children choose a history book. My son chose this John. Smith's world history book that he's enjoying me read out loud. We've also added primary challenge math and we've been enjoying the Hubbert morning time plan. Yeah those are definitely on my list. I'm probably not going to get to them until the fall of next year but they look so good. I'm really wanting really wanting to add those especially since I have some kids who are crazy about fantasy and the hobbit and things like that. We've we've enjoyed the parts that we've been able to do we haven't been able to do every part of it which. I think is important to say because it doesn't appeal to everybody so we've left off some of the stuff that maybe my older kids would have enjoyed just so that we could bring along the younger kids. Yeah Yeah so Jessica one of the things that I just absolutely love about you. Is You just have this innate ability to find the best books and I really mean that like I get these morning time plans from you? I've never seen them before. Because you you just do them. You're absolutely wonderful in that way and open up and I'd start looking at the books that you've chosen and I'm like how in the world did she find these. These are absolutely awesome. So how did you develop this skill of picking such really great books? Well in short I read a lot of books and I just. I love going to the library and just looking at all kinds of books. It's a fun thing to do for me is to scour the children's section and just say they have to offer. I searched I. I do use booklets. Search Book Lists. I've at times even used library. Thing is a great source. You can join for free and you can search tags that other people have tagged as subjects so when. Your Library Catalogue fails you. Because you've not. They've not tagged a book for certain topic or a certain subject. Then you can search other people have said that. Oh this book has this person in or this book talks about this character trait so some of the things that you may not.

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"lawton  " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on KTOK

"Well today the Lawton fire department said the body has been positively identified as twenty eight year old Devon Russell they're still working to determine the cause of death from the Katie okay weather center and the Florence stormteam cloudy and mild today with a high of fifty eight cloudy tonight a low of thirty nine partly cloudy on Tuesday and mild with a high of sixty two will be in the mid fifties on Wednesday more local news in thirty minutes I'm Beth Myers Katie okay news radio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com all roads lead to this year's Oklahoma City Auto Show March sixth away from the Bennett about center at state fair park featuring twenty twenty cars and trucks the recreation of route sixty six road trips a military vehicle exhibit test drives coffee and cars exotics and historic automobiles play mini golf benefiting Dale K. Graham veterans foundation buy one get one free coupons at seven eleven fifty tickets at OKC Auto Show dot org the Oklahoma City Auto Show March sixth through away from the benefit center at state fair park hi this is Arnold owner of the good feet store do you have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning because of a sharp pain in your heel I did I had plantar fasciitis I had a burning sensation on the bottom of my feet I went to the good feet store.

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An Interview with NFL Legend Jerry Kramer

The Jim Rome Show

10:14 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with NFL Legend Jerry Kramer

"I'm speaking to Gerry grammar Jerry is so good to see a happy new year how are you thank you doing I'm doing great been good been bad been in between but I'm happy to be here and I've always enjoyed the our get together in our visits in the history of love the story you told me years ago about going into the sound room and doing an audition and getting a job because you dread instant replay as the at that I'm proud of that I feel good about that I'm proud of that suit your that's why I knew that we were destined become friends but for those who do not know so quickly when I got my first big break in fact I was with tiki barber last week in Dallas and he said to me where did you get your break which gave first break and I said it was a radio station in San Diego but as part of my addition a producer pulled me in and said right now on the spot you will interview Jerry Kramer were calling him at his home do the interview go I Samantha good thing I read that book when I was a kid that was my favorite book it is a good thing so that's great I appreciate the remember that to cure the chiefs or in the Superbowl which brings back memories a Superbowl one when you face them what do you remember about the build up to the first Superbowl we you know we had one a couple three championships prior to that so this wasn't our first rodeo and we really for sure who they were Jimmy we hadn't seen anybody they'd played against that we knew so we had no idea exactly who the team was watching film on like Thursday night and what's the Kansas city play the last game of the game before and two other defensive backs run together and not themselves down and Max McGee or with is set in the back of the room to go play that again run that back run that back so I read it back anyway not not not not not not do the Looney Tunes amazing and widowed when coach some party thing about that well coach was in a room with no I probably would never happened at the time but we you know the first half was kind of a wake up call no we had Buck Buchanan no DJ hall of Johnny Robinson you know we had some wonderful football players out there and we found that out and got serious at halftime and took care of business the second half but they were much better team than we anticipated Jerry Kramer is joining us so Jerry what kind of money we looking at as a bonus for winning that first Superbowl I think the the story about my tickets hi into by and for tickets for some of my nephews they were ten Bucks a piece I crowded but I ordered for tickets from the Packers but they called me last week the Jerry we got four tickets for you there eighteen hundred dollars of youth eight thousand Bucks worth of forty Bucks right and I if the Packers head the bin in the bowl I'd I'd have bought the ticket that was but I'm not going to pay ten thousand fifteen thousand twenty thousand dollars the seek to team that I'm not that fond of for tells him once cost you ten Bucks the I. in my nephews didn't show up they didn't come to the game so I end up given the tickets to for kids who were at the front gate and they were playing the fiddle in or out you guys want to go to the game yeah so I gave the ticket booth for kids and they got to go to the game incredible tenth still ten thousand empty seats in in that first Super Bowl there was an amazement that the media took two buses instead of just one right there were two buses for the media can you imagine the no difference between this and that so what what do you think when you see the difference between this and that did you have any idea back then that fifty three fifty four games later the Superbowl would turn out to be what it is right now yeah may I with trying to buy a football team back in seventy two three four somewhere in there and I had a chance to buy the New Orleans Saints John mecum junior father within bankruptcy and he had to sell the team so I called for five of the Packer general managers and went to see them and they said what the game look like with the for the future look like what the X. economics and how do you what do you think the help and overall health the game and everybody I met said peeking saturation over exposure leveling all Tom Miller our guide in Green Bay said Jerry these tickets have gone from two dollars to five dollars just in the sixties alone I don't know how much more these people could stand so the saints were available for like fourteen million dollars at that time for ten million and we signed the deal we went up to Oklahoma City with a two million dollar check and John junior starts noble and Lawton and cry and carried on they couldn't find the deal he sold it about did about three months later but I was that close to be in a part owner in the New Orleans Saints while mazing Jerry Kramer joining us amazing that close so you know you and I talked in the past about what was like plan that offense of line you and fuzzy were so critical to that famous Packers sweep what was the jury about that play that was so unstoppable of John Madden head of the coaching clinic with coach from Barty and John said he was set up in the back of the room those seats and coach what is spent four hours talking about to sweep in any broke for lunch he came back he talked for more about the sweep hidden jobs that it moved himself down a little closer and figured out that maybe coach Lombardi knew a little bit more needed about football well but it it was a a a a a a a lady that had to have perfection from about seven or eight different spot the tight end who blocked the linebacker had to make sure he took the linebacker the onside cut off the center made had to be done the right tackle had to get the middle linebacker the outside back at the block the tide in or the defensive end and so everybody had to do their job and we practice that play instead of water running wind sprints at the end of the end of the practice we would run sweet and often times in the early days we get it wrong and Mr Lombardi what they run right so would light up rose again and after that first year when we would mess up we'd say run so we'd run it and read it and run it and run it yeah we we gained eight point three yards per carry anything that first three years we ran that play and a lot of it was Ron Kramer who loves Jim Ringo Orge Greg fuzzy and I got the get out of that mess and get outside on some of the smaller players at that time which was out by the way it was wonderful it was wonderful I I leave at three hundred and twenty pounds and go out on one eighty you a plus your time mama conceiving she knows what I'm doing out there in the middle he has no clue what's going on nobody does really well those guys are a big mess in there and out somebody block somebody we don't know exactly who so it was the it was a wonderful play fourth Jerry Kramer join me for a few more moments Jay last spring we heard the news that bart Starr passed away what was your reaction in what was part like as a person birth the bows with bows good as they get yeah I mean he was a quiet guy didn't blow his mouth off much and we didn't know who he was the first to refer to a three years I played with bart I have virtually no memory of it we had like four quarterbacks Lamar McKay and Joe Francis a couple other guys and bart and so he was up and down the ladder we're playing the Chicago Bears one day and bar has a tendency to pinpoint the path underneath and the the back for coming up so close wanting to throw deep I don't care what happened to throw the ball of fire didn't grow it so we have a play and you know the bears of always had great middle linebacker always a but got the single Terry the George the all of me and so bart threw the ball long down the right sideline my defensive tackle turned around and walked in the ball barge watching the ball centers watching the ball everybody's watching the ball that bill George or middle linebacker and bill is common build is run about five yards it hits a bar about with a forearm cuts is lit up into his nose and he said that I'd take care you star you with and so bart is bleeding just profusely down the front of his Jersey and I said bart you better going get sewed up the bleeding like a stuck because he said shut up and get in the huddle I said yes Sir yes Sir after not hearing anything at all from him for a year yeah so he takes us down the field bleeding bad of me or just the th profit run it down to Jersey eight nine players we score go to the sideline the plump him down on the bench put fourteen stitches in his upper lip and he felt alone funny for awhile with lip with really it law but he went back in the game he never missed the play and from that moment on there was any question about bart Starr's courage in his steel in his back in the kind of player who was but he was such a polite and decent and consistent human bearing is just a wonderful

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Myles Garrett's Appeal

NFL Live

07:42 min | 2 years ago

Myles Garrett's Appeal

"Is additional information on me myles Garrett Mason Rudolph incident that occurred last Thursday and Thursday night football and Josefina. I'll ask you right now just to add what we learned today. Yeah sources telling me and Adam Schefter that myles Garrett made as part of his defense during the appeal hearing yesterday Per what he included in his defense that Mason Rudolph allegedly used a racial slur during the incident. Thursday night. Football as we're watching right here last last week and that he wanted to have this as part of the context as far as what her you know what happened and and that it created a argumentative exchange range during the appeal myles. Garrett had an opportunity to speak at the beginning of the appeal and also at the end. It's also my understanding that hearing officer James Thrash asked him if T- were to have something like this happen again. How we handle it differently? Hypothetically and Mas Garrett said that he wouldn't want this to escalate in this way and given the opportunity he would have tried to walk away. So we're still waiting for the decision for James Strache into basically figure out how this impacts if at all you know the decision from the hearing hearing officer with regards to the length of the suspension which right now is at an indefinite link. Good thank you for adding not myles. Garrett has been suspended indefinitely at the very least the rest of this regular regular Susan. Here is the response of the Pittsburgh steelers mason that is of course. Mason Rudolph vehemently denies the report of being accused of using a racial slur during the incident. Thursday night in Cleveland. St They're spokesman Bert Lawton said on Thursday. He will not discuss this accusation any further and his focus remains on preparation for Sunday's game game against the bengals. We're joined now by Adam schefter again Josefina and Adam reporting this story and Adam again additional information the accusation and the use of a racial slur. Well Wendy let me read to you. If you don't mind a statement that just came in moments ago from Mason Rudolph Attorney Timothy Younger because I feel like this is an important part of the story to get out there right now I'm just calling it up right now. We're getting into this as it's breaking here basically basically he says according to ESPN is appeal. myles Garrett myles Garrett falsely asserted that Mason Rudolph utter a racial slur towards him prior to swing a helmet of Mason's uncovered head in a desperate attempt to mitigate a suspension. This is a lie. This false allegation was never asserted by Garrett in the aftermath method game never suggested prior to the hearing and conspicuously absent in the apology published by the browns and adopted by Garrett then malicious use of this wild and unfounded unfounded. Allegation is an assault on Mason's integrity which is far worse than the physical assault witnessed on Thursday. This is reckless shameful. We will have no further comment that is from Timothy Younger. The attorney for Mason Rudolph when he heard of the allegations here this afternoon. Now the Pittsburgh steelers are out on the practice practice field as we speak and Mason Rudolph was scheduled to speak to the media following the practice session. We'll see whether or not he still does. But obviously we've you've got two versions of the events that have now unfolded at the. NFL appeal for myles Garrett indefinite suspension. We've got myles Garrett alleging that Mason Rudolph said something to him a racial slur that preceded that fight on Thursday night and we have Mason Rudolph strongly deny at least as attorney strongly strongly denying it and ruby up to the NFL to sort through this to determine what is real and what is not Adam Schefter. Thank you again to your point. The steelers have also released a statement saying that Mason denies any use of a racial slur. He did addressed media yesterday. Adam report he would have spoken again today. It appears unlikely. But here is what Mason Rudolph said yesterday definitely didn't say anything escalated it but like I said I do a better job. Keep my composure. And those situations uh-huh unfortunate situation for teams love again. The Information Shen this after noon is that during his defenses appellate hearing myles Garrett alleging Mason Rudolph used a racial slur that precipitated. What happened in that incident Thursday night? Let me just ask it. Simply if that is the case does it change in your mind anything that transpired after the fact no I still think regardless of what was said to you or regardless of you know what said racial slur was said. You still have to conduct yourself in a way that is conducive to others. Yes and not swinging a helmet isn't the way you combat that right swinging a helmet in the heat of the battle isn't the way you combat someone giving you a racial slur in that moment now how I can see where he would take it to that measure. I can understand that but this is the right thing to do. No so it's unfortunate. Obviously that that you know were here at this point in this in in this whole scenario are feels like it's just dragging on and on and on now But if there's racial so did occur. It's tough because there's one wins word against another. There's nobody else that's confirming coming. This is just someone saying it and it's just tough to kind of wrap your mind around all of this because of everything that's transpired up until this point would vick was saying the swinging over helmet and hitting somebody else in the head with that. I think that's where the the biggest issue was in the big shock factor that everyone saw that night. was somebody getting hit with a helmet right right if the helmet was never swung. There isn't the suspension for the rest of the season. I think that's it's pretty simple. So the whole racial thing yes. That's it's a very serious allegation and it's a serious thing thing but at the end of the day it's swinging a helmet at the violence of that is the reason that that he is suspended for length of time that he's suspended for for and just to be clear here one more time. The facts are simply these myles. Garrett has alleged that Mason Rudolph used a racial Slur Mason Rudolph via the steelers and his representation tation has vehemently denied that. And that's really where we stand myles. Garrett has been suspended indefinitely the very least the remainder of the regular season we. I do not know yet the outcome of that appellate hearing and. That's not the only thing that was stated you guys talked about yesterday. The precedent that was mentioned with regards to the Antonio Smith with Vincent with Richie Incognito at instance. You know being different when you're talking about distinguishing whether helmet hit someone on the head and in one incident where that did not happen now when I was talking to sources last night about this trying to say you know well if it's not a complete apples to apples comparison you know. How do you necessarily bring that up? As part of Malls Garrett's defense offense and I was told well players have an expectation for somewhat similar disciplined with regards to somewhat similar instances in my retort back was I could see how the NFL would come back and say well especially now that we're in the age of the NFL putting an emphasis on ahead being hit that they could make that distinction in that. There is where the difference is now with regards to your question to you. Know them and you know how does that. Add to the context of the situation. Obviously Fli myles Garrett should never have used a helmet on Mason Rudolph had that said any racial slur in and of itself is also important and is it's not something that should be tolerated in any workplace during any scenario as well. Well we will continue to follow this again Anderson. Adam schefter reporting that as part of his his defense and his appellate hearing myles Garrett is alleging that Mason Rudolph used a racial slur prior to the incident. That occurred Thursday night. We will have much more on this to come. Ah

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Former Democratic Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina dies at age 66

All Things Considered

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Former Democratic Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina dies at age 66

"Former North Carolina senator Kay Hagan has died at the age of sixty six N. P. R.'s Jessica Taylor reports the Democrats health had declined in recent years he was first elected to the Senate in two thousand eight by defeating Republican incumbent Elizabeth dole but she lost reelection to Tom tell us in twenty fourteen as Republicans won the Senate majority after leaving office she was diagnosed in twenty sixteen with a rare tick borne encephalitis virus the brain inflammation disease affected her speech and physical abilities in her final years he can came from a political family her dad a mayor of Lakeland Florida your uncle was Florida democratic senator Lawton Childs after law school in North Carolina she became politically active there and was elected to the state Senate in nineteen ninety eight her family said in a statement that they were honored to share Hagen with the people of North Carolina and that they would quote miss her humor and spirit is the hub of our family Jessica Taylor NPR news

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"lawton  " Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

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"lawton  " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on KOMO

"At Seattle's fort Lawton planners, say United Indians of all tribes and Catholic housing services have stepped up to help build a three storey apartment building with onsite services in the form of permanent supportive housing. Designed to meet a population proposals are still being considered by council committee, the prime real estate near discovery park in magnolia. We'll have homes for people with a wide range of incomes and a plan to keep the US in the Paris climate accord required drastic reduction in greenhouse gas. Emissions gets a big victory with the support of Democrats from our state. Komo's Ryan Harris has more Bill would require carbon emissions cut by at least twenty six percent of two thousand five levels by twenty twenty five and that we. Verify other countries efforts toward their own reductions a district democrat, Kim schreier says her amendment supports farmers and ranchers she says her on the front line already expanding. No till practices rotating crops and planting cover crops to sequester carbon decreasing their reliance on fossil fuel based fertilizers and reducing emissions. Your KOMO Republican. Dan, Newhouse says Democrats dismissed amendments on hydro nuclear power, the flawed Paris agreement legislation that's before us or the radical new green deal proposal have nothing to do with science and everything to do with politics. The Bill passed by a vote of two thirty one to one ninety with Washington members and a party line split. Ryan Harris, KOMO news and other successful watch today for the rocket from Jeff Bezos, blue origin, the reusable new shepherd rocket carried thirty eight separate payloads including one from Dr marshes casino orbital medicine..

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"lawton  " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A man is facing charges after a dispute erupted veto dance competition at Lawton child's middle. Police say to people started fighting before somebody struck a vehicle with their car. This very concerning to me. But yes, I'm very surprised. Very quiet and very nice person was taken into custody. Their identity has not yet been released a Winter Park woman accused of killing her husband will go before a judge today. Danielle red lake was arrested back in January after she called nine one one to report the death of her husband UCF, executive Michael read like inside their Winter Park home. Mrs red lake told police that our husbands stabbed himself to death. But she was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Later today. The judge is expected to give an update on the case, Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five db. Oh, a fruit land park man is headed to jail for a year and a half for threatening members of congress. Thirty six year old Richard Phillips was sentenced in Ocala federal court records show, he left one congress member of smell last August saying he planned to travel to his home to shoot the person. He also threatened to slaughter any law enforcement officers who came form a young woman who survived the mass shooting at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school last year is one of two students from the school to claim their own life in a week Ryan petty starter Elena was one of seventeen people gunned down at stolen Douglas high school last year, he hoped the death toll wouldn't go higher. Maybe survivor's guilt was at play here. He's talking about the suicide last week of nineteen year old stolen Douglas graduates. Sydney. I yellow this is a contagion effect after mass shooting about like this. But petty says it's preventable using what's called the Columbia suicide prevention protocol. A series of questions that can help anyone assess whether a friend or loved one is suicidal. Peak combs ABC news today city commissioners in Orlando could approve new parking guidelines that really haven't been updated in eight years and proposal would require developers to include two parking spots for new houses that are fifteen hundred square feet or larger also lowers the parking requirement for studio apartments and low income units. I'm Channel Nine's Nancy Alvarez for news ninety six point five.

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"lawton  " Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Coming up after this news at five o'clock. We will update you on the top stories of the day. We'll get into all of that. There's somebody else has jumped into the twenty twenty presidential race. Not a big surprise. We'll get into that story. So is it possible for a eleven year old boy from this state from Florida to be arrested for refusing to recite the pledge of allegiance seriously? Yeah. It is. I guess it happened happened on February fourth. This was revealed the weekend, according to Lawton Chiles middle school, academy and lakeland. Unidentified sixth grader refused to join his classmates in the daily ritual telling you substitute teacher. The American flag is racist and against African Americans. This according to a report filed with the Polk County public schools. The sixth graders name Seth captured pick. After the two exchange words now this would be the child and the the teacher, and this is a substitute teacher, by the way. Substitute teacher didn't really know. Really? You know, what the deal was in any way, such as you know, you have to recite this and the kids like non not doing it. And so I guess they call the school resource officer in then the boy repeatedly refused to follow the officers orders and called school officials racist. So what the school officer didn't know that you can't force someone to do the pledge allegiance, and they don't want to. Well, I don't know that. I mean, maybe I'm mishearing you. But I assume that he called the resources officer in because the kid was getting like alliterate with him. Right. It's not just because he did stand for the anthem. They exchanged words. So whatever words there were the words were so the boy refused refused to allow the officers orders to police officers orders called the officials racist he was arrested and charged with disrupting a school function and resisting arrest without being violent. So it's not like he was being violent. Is that like he was attacking the teacher or attack the school resource officer? He was just saying I don't want to recite the pledge of allegiance because I don't believe it. I don't believe I believe in the American flag is race against African Americans. The boy's mother says she thinks the teacher should have resolved the issue quote, in a way different way different manner than she did. And so I I don't I've never heard of that. I never heard of a kid not wanting to do something that being arrested for it. I can understand him being reprimanded or maybe. Punished if it's if it's a school. Policy that you. If you don't wanna do it didn't just stand up or not like he took a knee mumble through it. A lot of kids in my classes. Did it? Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's what everybody did it back. Then you'll you mumble through. You do it like really early in the morning like the first period for you and your home room, you're half asleep. At least that's what I remember of it. But I just to be arrested for it is very interesting. Very very interesting. So I get like I said, it doesn't seem to be any sort of violence involved who was violence involved with. I would understand in a rest, but you have to think that some ACLU attorney is going to be all over this thing..

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"lawton  " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"I have a friend that tells those love bums for that same reason, it's like it affects the the deliver of the bomb the receiver of the bomb and all those around in a positive way. And you know dentistry is really high burn out profession, and I've experienced it and many of my clients have experienced this burn out that so many of us get it certain stage of our career and my advice when you get burnt out is what I did to pull myself out of that personal. Burn out. And that is to give more of it away to go on mission trips to do more free dental days for for the underprivileged in your area to just to go and give it away to remind yourself of how valuable, you know, the skill set that we have is. But those that's exactly what it is. It's a love bomb. You're doing something without anything expected in return other than to make their life a little bit better a little bit a little bit easier for them to live in a little bit less pain. But you actually are the recipient it it bounces back to you all the positivity that you put out into the world by sharing your gift comes back to you tenfold. Really? I think it's I think it's absolutely true. And I think it's a great strategy over overcome these things and why? Giving is such an important part of of building positively in your life at exact reasons that you talked about. One of the experience I had inside Dell of running as a staff meeting and one of the things it was was the chief of staff for our CIO. This was after I'd come back for my accident, and the staff meetings were kind of kind of weird it was not a not a very positive meeting..

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"lawton  " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Why do you think that is why do you think the vast majority of the people do not follow? These these positively tips that you. Follow. And clearly these these types of things have helped in your recovery. But it seems to me like there is it's it's the minority of our human population that is positive in general. Yeah. And I do agree with you. I think it's gotten worse. Lately. And it's it's hard. Hard for me to understand a lot of it. But I would say. Oh, come back to it in a second. But the the neuroscience around, positively as studying this stuff in writing the book is we're all humans are built through volition with the negativity bias in its part of the they call the lizard brain support of our brain that reacts to is on the constantly on the lookout for danger. And, you know, back in the days when we were going to get eaten by sabertooth Tigers was very good that we had this. And the people that survived were the people that had a had this negativity bias where they're looking for danger in earn byrant in reacting to it. And then they get to survive in pass on their genes. But for us today in the world we live in today. It's not that useful. We don't have sabertooth Tigers chasing his down. We have just people in our environment that for whatever reason like Alabi like in stressful situations at work, and I can feel that negativity bias kick in where you could feel that fear kick into your body and your your brain is emitting the hormones that cut. Knowing treats blood flow to your limb. So you can fight or flight better and decreases blood flow to your.

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"lawton  " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"What do I need to do get out of here in it? I it's a prizes me. It's the prizes me that it never occurred to me throughout my recovery. That wouldn't recover a hundred percent. Let's just I just just said this is the situation I'm in this is gonna be misery in hard work. But I can I can do that. And let's just let's let's just go. And so the the story can have became. Like lessons. Like, what's in the book? Is he's a practical lessons about positivity and how it came about was. You know as recovered at the the recovery in the injuries to my body were pretty straightforward, the lung recovery, just do the breathing exercises in my lungs, would recover the bones. Healing was pretty straightforward. The only thing that wasn't was the brain injury. And so when I got home out of the hospitals still doing outpatient rehab, but I started studying the brain to learn, you know, am I gonna recover in? What are the things that I could do to help recover and learn to things about the brain from the research did the first one was the research that's out there the sciences out there about how important your attitude is in accomplishing the results. And there's a lot of science that shows that the confidence or the attitude that you take into a situation will affect the outcome of that situation. And then. Second thing that I learned was. The concept of neuro plasticity where your brain is constantly rewiring itself. Based on what you do think to make it easier to do think, whatever it is that you or doing or thinking and so for me with the brain injury, and I had deficits in memory recall and deficits tasks which ING speed all I had to do to get better at that was practice. It just purposely practice, and I would I would slowly over time rebuild that circuitry in my brain in get better at it recover, which is what I what I started doing what I did. The other thing is around this positive attitude. The neuro plasticity also works for your positivity bias or offset is what the psychologists call it. And you can train yourself to be more optimistic or more positive, but just simply practicing it on a regular basis doing little things during your normal course of your day to practice being positive to put yourself in a positive mindset and overtime. You will build that positivity offset and you will find yourself more naturally. Reacting to situations with that with that positive mindset without having to convince yourself all right now, it's time to be positive. Let's go tackle the sang. It just happens. More naturally. I love those points. A love those points. You know, it occurs to me that you know there. There are certain different types of personalities, right? I mean, you don't have to to look too far to see how many people it seems to be at epoch epidemic proportions. I mean in my little town there's been unfortunately, just. An abnormally high percentage of teen suicide this year, right which is really sad to me. And then you know, we see a lot of our. The people that we look up to. I mean, a lot of our celebrities are taking their own lives lately that we've noticed either through accidentally through, you know, the misuse of of prescription prescription prescription or legal drugs or intentionally killing themselves. And then you know, they say that seventy percent of the United States population is. Unhappy with their work seventy percent of the United States population is overweight or obese, you know, seventy five percents of the United States population. Couldn't live a two week pay period. If they didn't get their next paycheck. You know, not in a good financial position and deep deeply in debt. And there seems to be like this this this groundswell of negativity the opposite opposite of what you're talking about. But this this general lack of perspective, and we have people that are dying to get here to the United States. And this this podcast goes out two hundred and fifty countries. So I'm just speaking from from the perspective of an American citizen here..

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"lawton  " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"But one of the things that I say, I served because of his my attitude and tell you briefly the story around why I'm say that with with conviction is that during my recovery on day six of my recovery recovered, well enough my lungs recovered well enough that the breathing tube was removed, and the doctors, and nurses were telling me that I needed to my long still had a lot of recovery to do. But in order to do it. I needed to do breathing. Sizes feeding into device called us by Romiger basically expand your lungs a little bit. And do it you get marble to to balance between the numbers? Yeah. I know that they made me do that after my surgeries as like it was painful. Yeah. Like it taking his deep breaths with broken sternum, broken ribs, broken back like okay that makes entire chest move. And that hurts and I thought to myself, I'm not doing this logs appealed, just fine. I'm not doing it. Yeah. And so I told him I would. But I was like thinking to myself no chance, and then the next day, I had a profound experience where I believe God spoke to me was laying in the hospital bed in what I heard was Steve if you wanna live and see your kids again, you gonna need your loans in if you want your lungs, you're gonna have to fight for them. And then it was gone in laying there thinking three, I know exactly what that means means I have to do these bathing exercises. And so you could say since I believe it was God that told me that I was I didn't religiously, but I did those beating exercises from that point forward once an hour like the doctors had told me to do. And I did it to the greatest extent that I could. The problem was when I was doing those beating exercises. You know, it hurt when I took the Debretts, but worsen that was it would loosen up some of the blood that was in the bottom of my lungs, and I would within a minute. I would have violent coughing fit and cough up. Whatever had come loose in my lungs similar moisture some some stuff to bet. Yeah. Shanke stuff. It was it was nasty dark blood basically and put a violent coughing fit to cough, it up driven coughed with a bruised rib coffin with a bro having violent of that with the broken sternum and procon ribs and Brokeback was by far the most painful thing I've ever done. And I did it does be exercises knowing that every single time. I was gonna have a violent coughing fit is to me. The only was like that was the only option is either. I did that or died. So I just got the resolve Jewish gonna do this. You got Joyce. And then two days later on day nine so day six when I had the breathing to remove the seven is when I started the breathing exercises day nine started experiencing shortness of breath, and was diagnosed in traded with the bilateral pulmonary embolism, which would've would've killed me of head of not been diagnosed and treated right away. And I'm convinced that had not done those beading exercises and expanded my lung capacity that the doctors nurses, wouldn't ahead the time to to treat me. And that's why I say that my attitude literally saved my life. So this is such a great story. And it wasn't that long ago. My goodness Satele tell me about the biggest lessons, then I mean, I'm sure a big part of this is covered in your book. And now, I'm totally aware. All at once of why this book is called headfirst because you went here's a tree going forty five miles an hour. But tell me what we're some of the biggest lessons of this near death experience because we all often talk about perspective on this podcast. And the fact that we're not gonna live forever. One of the biggest things that we focus on is what we call movement or lounge Eddie cre-, creating you know, taking care of our vessel and making sure that we're putting the right fuel into our bodies. It's a big focus of a lot of the things that we talk about because you know, if we focus only on financial stuff and only on building our financial empire and oldie only on practice management and clinical dentistry, and we don't take care of the vessel..

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"lawton  " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"lawton " Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Ching from an engineer in the astronaut office at NASA, which we gotta talk more about and an executive at Dell hiding today. Steve, I'm doing awesome. Thank you for having me, Mark. Oh, this is great. You have such a diverse an interesting background cannot wait to dig in first of all. I mean, I hate to jump right into it. But I would love to hear more about, you know, this life changing events this this near fatal accident, and how it changed your life, and how it led to writing this book. Yeah. So it happened in March of two thousand fourteen like you said I was on a spring break skiing vacation with my family. I have a wife at the time. My daughter was fifteen. My son was a seventeen and we were skiing and Breckenridge Colorado and the skiing accident happened on the second day of our trip. The first round of the day. I was skiing down are groomed. Black diamond run in breath. Colorado came out of my skis in the center of the run slid down on my back. Groom black diamond runs. Very steep slid down on my back at the bottom of the run the run turned and went straight and went headfirst into a tree. Oh, jeez. Yeah. So a head my phone this ski tracks app on my phone recording like where you are on the mountain and how faster going in. How many runs are doing in? It said when I hit the tree I was going forty five miles an hour. Well, Steve that's crazy man its own political. How that is like a not be talking to you today. If it wasn't wearing a helmet. So the first thing for you, all your listeners have been those not like the main point of what I talk about his you have to helmet. I can promise you wouldn't be talking to you today. If I wasn't wearing a helmet is it's not very common for people that are skiing black diamonds to to wear a helmet is it or is it I think it is at this point. It's probably ninety percent of the people that are skiing where are where and helmets and the ones that aren't are the old stupid people like me, you can tell him not a skier. So yeah, that's crazy, man. Well, I'm so glad that you made it so is the rest of the weather. Sure. But but how in the world did you survive that even with the helmet going forty five miles an hour into a stationary object. Can't good, and that's part one of a compound question would be any lingering effects. Yes. So go through the first one, and then the second one, but the injuries that I had I barely survive this things. But the injuries that I had were a severe brain injury. I had bleeding between this golden the brain leading inside the brain. I had damaged the nerve that controls were my is point. So my eyes were no longer point in the same direction. Bled into my left eye. So I couldn't see on my left die lead into my left ear so couldn't see or couldn't hear out of my left ear. I collapsed both loans. I tore a blood vessel behind my sternum that played into my heart. Cavities my heart couldn't beat properly in a broke eleven bones. I broke my sternum several places. Three ribs, my left, arm and broke six vertebrae Brooklyn neck into places in broke my back in four places. This is devastating. Holy mapped out to just survived. That was pretty remarkable. Because many of those could have injuries could kill me just on their own. But to have like every covered nearly completely. I have no chronic pain. And the only things that have as a slight range of motion loss in my left shoulder and slight range of motion loss where have four vertebrae fused together. Now in the center, my back there the where the ribcages has not a lot of motion that lost. But if you saw me walking down the street or talk into you'd have no idea that any of this happened. It's a feel like a walking there..

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What are the 10 things successful retirees do?

The Kristen Hagopian Show

01:03 min | 4 years ago

What are the 10 things successful retirees do?

"Is the rain Lucia show. Get that excited me. The raylucia program bringing you the best in money information. That's exactly what I have planned for this hour. Money power as I talk strategy with you. Also, one of the ten things successful retirees do John wash who's been on this program before four. A good writer. No doubt wrote about that. He doesn't look old enough to be retired. So I don't know where he's getting his info, maybe reading books and stuff. But it does have some interesting ideas here on retirement, and since I am an expert when it comes to trying to retire. But can't. I should be able to have some commentary to go with that. Robert C Lawton rights fiduciary investment advisers may add more than six percent in value nine talked about the Russell study. And all that the four percent four percent is kind of the number. You get that from Russell you get it from from vanguard. Good best practices advisor gross of fees about four percent and Etta vs. It's worth three percent per year. That's been proven out MorningStar did a report as well. And without behavioral coaching. It was still about one and a half percent whip behavioral coaching. It's about three percents. Morningstar study was even more interesting in my mind because it generated twenty five thirty percent. More income in retirement, that's really important. Anyway, I don't know about this six percent number may get a chance to talk about that conversions for the older, folks. If you're over seventy and a half, should you consider doing Roth conversions Mr. Ed slot wrote about that I'll have my own comments. But I start today with strategy and a mistake that a lot of retirees especially those that are a little bit wealthier and charitably inclined are making Larry light from Forbes actually did an interview with a felon. The name of Rick keilor's from the Keillor financial group in rapid city, South Dakota, where you're listening to this program right now, I believe I do appreciate that. Kayla. Brought out some interesting points when he talked about the mistakes big mistakes. I think that those that make charitable contributions each year are missing, and that's the cue CD. Remember when you're over age, seventy and a half. You're able to send money directly to your charity from the IRA a lot of people say, well, that's not that big of a deal. Can be a big deal. Remember when you're seventy and a half, you have a required. Minimum distribution a required. Minimum distribution must be taken every single year based on the account balance as of twelve thirty one from the prior year, and that's the account balance of all of your IRA's set by are as simple IRA's, traditional IRA's, non-deductible IRA's, rollover, IRA's all of them, Adam altogether. What's the balanced? The end of twelve thirty one seventeen. And if you're seventy and a half this year, you've gotta take approximately four percent of whatever that number is and pay tax on it. Now, if your age sixty five or older. Under the new law. You get thirteen thousand three hundred dollars of itemized deductions if you're married that's twenty six thousand six hundred dollars. So by donating out of your IRA, you can reduce that required. Minimum distribution by an amount equal to your charitable gift. Think about that for a minute. You must take and our MD that's a requirement required. Minimum distribution. So have you take your required minimum distribution? And then on Sunday donate a bunch of money to your church. You got a double whammy on that had to pay tax on the required minimum distribution. And you may not get a deduction.

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California, Congressman and Tim Mcguire discussed on Red Sox Baseball

Red Sox Baseball

02:10 min | 4 years ago

California, Congressman and Tim Mcguire discussed on Red Sox Baseball

"The top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game ap radio news i'm jacky quin president trump has alluded the military at an event in west virginia ahead of independence day the greatest force for peace and justice and the history of the world he's also praised immigration officers enforcing his policies and says that he will announce next week his pick for the us supreme court i've spent the last three days interviewing and thinking about supreme court justices such an important decision and we're going to give you a great one we're going to announce it on monday that i think you'll be very impressed these are very talented people brilliant people today the administration announced that it is scrapping obama era guidelines that encouraged racial diversity in school applications to former wrestlers at ohio state university are alleging congressman jim jordan is not being honest in his denials about knowing about an abusive team doctor our tim mcguire reports gop congressman jim jordan the founder of the freedom caucus and a potential contender for speaker of the house says he didn't know anything about richard strauss groping male athletes in the hundred ninety s when jordan was an assistant wrestling coach at ohio state university one of the men says that he told jordan directly about the abuse in the nineteen ninety s there's been a deadly police involved shooting in lawton oklahoma officers say that a man charged them with a knife cutting one officer he was fatally shot in tulsa both an officer and a suspect are hospitalized the man allegedly opened fire when police used pepper spray to try to subdue him the two men who are criminally charged in the deadly warehouse fire in oakland california in twenty sixteen have pleaded no contest to thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter a church in indianapolis has placed statues of mary joseph and the baby jesus in a cage made of barbed wire it's their way to protest the trump policy on separating.

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Amber Alert: 3-year-old twins abducted in San Antonio

TMA Morning Show with Charlie James

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Amber Alert: 3-year-old twins abducted in San Antonio

"Eleven eleven listen to this the younger sister of convicted charleston church shooter dylann roof was arrested yesterday at her school on national school walkout day morgan roof reportedly came to school with a small amount of marijuana but also with pepper spray and a knife she also reportedly posted something on snapchat that got a lot of attention morgan roof arrested taken to the richland county jail she was released on a five thousand dollar bond and the suspect in last month's kidnapping of four year old heidi todd in the physical assault of her mother was formerly charged with federal charges yesterday us attorney beth drake says that thomas lawton evans now facing federal kidnapping and aggravated sex abuse charges evans was already facing state charges in that kidnapping if convicted thirtysevenyearold evans could be sentenced to prison likely for the rest of his days in sports college of charleston cougars lost quinnipiac on the baseball diamond two to one the citadel beat richmond five to to the gamecocks beat harvard in a huge way twelve to three did harvard even come to play that's the question and the stingrays take on idaho at the coliseum tonight am tomorrow w tma news time six oh five democrats pushed children and took traffic all over america have them demand that our rights be taken away later today in the chris plante show chris clans after the.

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