23 Burst results for "Lilly King"

"lilly king" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Yes i know popular you get an on foursquare as i say i can honestly tell you. I'd never played that house writing in a notebook. I was observing in the corner. Watching it was nowhere near foursquare was writing poetry underneath the basketball hoop speaking to lilly king. She is taking a stand that is could not be more relevant today to the discussion. That people should celebrate silver and bronze the way that they celebrate. Gold in that I believe she said specifically in america yet because we compete for the united states and maybe we have extremely high standards for this sort of sort of thing. That doesn't excuse the fact that we haven't been celebrating silver and bronze as much as gold. It's true i mean i'll even admit there's times rao i'll be watching and come short discipline at for some wastes i can like. He's still got bronze. That's awesome like you're the third best in the world. At that thing. I think part of it probably comes from the fact that there is no celebration of silver or bronze and any of our domestic leagues. If you make it to the finals and you lose your the one who lost the finals we talk. Show the rest of your career. Say that they don't have the playoff gene. We use that as a talking point whereas in the olympics. It's like you didn't win but you still lawn you still one second the second and third still exist. I will say in some sports. It seems like it makes more sense than in other sports like we were talking about with soccer. If you lose a gold medal game you get silver. Whereas in you know sprinting if you come in second if you are the second sprinter you win. Silver same thing with swimming. I do feel like there's a little bit of a difference there but we do kind of just gloss over that and treat everything like silver is losing especially vigil sports. You can have a personal best and get third. You crushed it. You just happen to go against somebody else. That was better than i should a little bit more. Yeah and i think at the growing up. I was always told as a kid that like participation trophies. Were not saying you're either a winner or a loser like there was that i last exactly if you're not coming in first then you're losing and so i think that whole stigma around you know if you're not getting gold. You're not good enough. I just if you would ask me. Probably a few years ago if i would celebrate silver or bronze as highly as gold i would have said honestly no because it's not the best but i think my mindset has changed to where exactly what travelers said. You're still the second and third best in the world at what you just did. So why don't we celebrate it as highly. Because you're not the first best exactly exactly why we do it. But i also think changing the dialogue around it can help people's perspective especially from the athletes standpoint like you you you have to see it as your own victory if you exactly silver and you absolutely should because you made it that far and none of us can do that because as we found out somebody conducted a poll after our last podcast where i said i think most adult men can do a cartwheel boy. Was i wrong most adult. Humans can't say most adult men and women. The results are in. I have bookmarked on twitter. So allow me to pull them up. everybody criticizing simone biles. None of them can even do a cartwheel. I don't even i if i was standing on a balance beam jumped up and tried to land back down. I could do that. I think i'd fall off. Yeah i'd have to really focus on even walking a straight line across a balance beam. One hundred ninety five responses sixty eight point two percent said no. They cannot do a cartwheel. Thirty one point eight. Yes they can and then i don't know how this works but in terms of they were also separately asked their gender. I feel like that's not relevant unless you're asked it in like connected to your answer. But surprisingly seventy point eight percent of our listener base apparently who conduct who took this quiz are male. Twenty seven point seven percent female and then there's no percentage number but shout out to our non binary audience. We love. you can't do cartwheels. No one can do cartwheels. But they've got a lot to say can nathan i. I would 'cause. I was just thinking about this and i before i was much room is where you're at. Yeah try okay can we. Can we would love to walk but if you wanna just try it on your own. That's also it. I have plenty of room here. Okay so be quick. Nathan's going to attempt to this. This podcast is turned into everyone doing cartwheels next up. Nathan garcia completing a cartwheel. Here he goes on the left side is he a left handed out pretty good couple deduction for that was technically all in. Espn how do you feel. Obviously it was It was tough going into it. And i was a little nervous but you know as reported on best part of that team really able to know. But the way he's face went from like laughing at himself for trying a cart wheel to realizing he was being post game interviewed and just the smile went away and he was like i really trump is hoping that he'd thank. God i wanna thank. My teammates knows okay. Cartwheel wasn't good. But you did complete says but i was wearing jeans. Excuse his travis car wheel was can you. Yeah let's see. I don't think i have enough room here in the hallway. He's lying she's looking around like she's trying to find an excuse to many to many sharp objects around yeah to too. Many incumbents are too many opportunities for for an injury. I'll do one next time. I'm.

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Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record

"Despite a strong U. S. challenge type job short marker could not be best of the women's two hundred meter breaststroke final that was really just such a tough race then we will racing to do well and you know but it does still doesn't think and maybe one day the twenty four year old south African competing in her first Olympics reach the wall of Americans Lilly king at any Luxor in a world record time of two minutes eighteen point nine five seconds

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South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals

"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium at just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds it doesn't feel real to actually break up to nineteen nineteen has been in the record books will so long no one is really a broken at American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap

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Reigning BMX winner Fields stretchered off

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Reigning BMX winner Fields stretchered off

"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium and just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap

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 Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold

"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA well I've always been a huge role model for me I in Rio I was twelve so I was I was little I was watching her swim so this is really incredible to be able to swim next to her Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man I'm Danny cap

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Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights

"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man and Katie is a fierce winds the bronze the claim team USA's third ever medal in the women's triathlon I'm Danny cap

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"lilly king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Lilly King are just two of the many headstrong athletes showcased on NBC this month at the trials for prominent Olympic sports like track and field, swimming and gymnastics. It's business as usual in a very unusual time. Media reporter John Iran of the sports Business Journal. Says the skeptical narrative has some merit as to why NBC and the International Olympic Committee are pushing ahead. This is about money or Rand says two plus weeks of live global sports in Tokyo, bring in a ton of advertising money and help NBC streaming service in the hyper competitive streaming market. And with the IOC taking in a reported one billion in rights fees from NBC and other networks around the globe, Iran says This does seem to be the fat cats getting fatter. But he says it's important to remember where the bulk of the IOC money goes to National Olympic committees that use it to prop up often underfunded sports if they don't play these games. There are unintended consequences with sports that like archery, water polo that aren't going to get the funding and really are almost going to cease to exist in many countries, including America. Another reason to push on is both obvious and forgotten, says former TV producer Jim Bell. The athletes, I think, are the one piece that often get overshadowed. And a lot of the hand wringing about money or corporate sponsorship. Bell work 12 Olympics for NBC, four of them as executive producer for games coverage. I try to remind myself and anybody I talk, too. Let's not forget the athletes. This is their one chance they are competing in these sports that Outside of the Olympics. Do not get much attention. In fact, 74% of all summer Olympians compete just once, making US distance runner Jenny Simpson. The exception. The battle for bronze, his honor, and it's got to be the American Simpson getting into third, a bronze medal winner in the 1500 at the 2016.

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"lilly king" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They turned it into the single worst border crisis in U. S history. That's Fox's Griff Jenkins. America's Listening to Fox News 93 wi PC Mobile News on the level on the go what they're willing to give you if you do your part, a mostly sunny sky with a clear radar 57 degrees on monument. Circle. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at 702 prize drawings and an ad campaign. The city of Indianapolis and health leaders in Marion County are hoping those things will give people incentives to get their coronavirus vaccine. Eric Berman reports. County started holding prize drawings for gift cards and tickets to the zoo, the Children's Museum and the Colts sometimes gets your attention Where you otherwise? Might not be paying attention. So you know. Are you listening to the message about the vaccinations where you do more study? And evaluation of the benefit health director Virginia came, says the vaccination drive is a race against the more infectious Delta variant, which originated in the UK It's now the dominant strain there and in Indiana. Eric Berman, 93 5 EEC Mobile news Or maybe you need assurance that you won't suffer inflammation of the heart. It's happened in rare cases. Chief community health medical Officer Ra Mileti says it can weaken the heart muscle. But long term damage is not common, vast majority by cardiac for young people and the result spontaneously. In any case, he says, the coronavirus is worse. Which is why he says you should get vaccinated. What's to blame for the economic downturn during the pandemic? Kurt Darling reports on the perspective of one economist Who says initially it was not the government's fault Ball. State economist Mike Hicks says the proof is in the data. He says the country was already in a recession a month before any government action was taken to stop the spread of Covid, for example, consumer spending at grocery stores and restaurants and accommodations all of those had flipped before the first government action. Talking to Indy politics, he says. Spending at fast food joints in restaurants was already down by nearly half before the first restrict Actions were rolled out in Indianapolis early last year. Kirk Darling 93 w Y BC Mobile News 32 A gallon is the statewide average for gas today, says Gasbuddy. That's down a couple of cents from where it was Monday in White County Tuesday afternoon, police went to serve an arrest warrant on a man named Perry Boyd. They say when they confronted boy he ran inside the home. Both he and police officers fired their guns at each other. Boyd was hit and later died. A walker town marshal was hit by gunfire, but he's expected to be okay. State police have taken over the investigation. The state of Indiana will be represented and swimming at the Olympics later this summer in Tokyo. U Grad Lilly King will attempt to defend her gold medal in the 100 M breaststroke after recording the fastest time in the U. S Olympic swimming trials in Omaha Tuesday. Carmel High School has their first ever swimmers going to the Olympics. True. Kibler finished third in the 200 M freestyle and will participate in the 800 M freestyle relay in Tokyo. And minutes after that, Jake Mitchell from Carmel qualified in the 400 M freestyle. I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the going on wi VC dot com 705 With traffic.

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"lilly king" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:37 min | 10 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fall 2020 season and I'm about to announce the authors or winter and spring and I don't think we've ever had a list this fantastic. It's great. I mean, we've got Brit Bennett we've got David Duke Avni. We've got Lilly King. It's the best list we've ever had so and still online. I'm excited for you now, when the undoing which everyone is still talking about and hoping there's another season when this came out, and it's episode after episode, but it it was predicated on your novel You should have known, but it was different in many ways. How do you deal with that as a writer? Like water off a duck's back again. Thank you. It's okay. You know it. Goodbye. Well, it has to be okay, because if it's not okay with you, you have no business offering your work for adaptation. If it's going to kill you every time they make a change, you should not. You know, you shouldn't have done it. And this is something I learned many years ago from my fellow novelist, My friend. What? Meg Wallet, sir. When I asked her, you know what was that, like scene one of her novel. Made into a film that I thought wasn't wasn't all that good, and she just said it was a variation on a theme and I think that's really is what we have to how we need to think of it. Adaptation is its own art form. David E. Kelly is an artist. The director was an artist. You know, people used the story in my book the same way. I have used stories in my Work, and I think that's part of the great well that we all draw from this sort of transmutation of ideas and characters and stories. And that too, to rail against it is to sort of missed the point. So I am completely at ease with it. I loved the Syriza. I did not know who had done it until the last minute. I was very I felt very validated that that he had that he returned in a way to the book that inspired it, But I was absolutely along for the ride, and I frankly I suspected a different characters. So there you go. That's so interesting, because well, he kidnapped people can read the book over again because it's such a good read. You should've known which is what the undoing is predicated upon and the issue of truth, which runs through your book. You know who's Who's telling the truth? How do you regulate the truth? How do we manipulate truth into what we want to believe? And that was very much a part of the TV Syriza's itwas. But in the book, it's really not so much a who done it. We're pretty clear on who did it that the focus of the book is. What is this experience like for this protagonist for Grace, who is the therapist? Who's about to publish a book of her own in which she sort of berates people for not paying attention to the truth? That people are the people show you right at the outset? They tell you Exactly who they are, If you're paying attention, But we as human beings have this have this sort of innate need to feel safe and comfortable. And in order to achieve that, we bombard uncomfortable truths with fiction of our own. You know, we sort of fictionalized reality to make it okay. And that is what Grace has done all throughout her marriage, and she she basically does the exact thing she kills. Patients not to dont coming to terms with that and sort of remaking her life After this devastation. That's what the book is about. So it's it is significantly different from the TV show. I say that people seem to compete, complaining a little bit on their reviews that it's not the same. I just like to remind them that That book existed six years before the television show. It's okay. It's exciting and congratulations to you. Thank you and Gene, by the way, has new books coming out and you can reach He's got ah, whole bunch of wonderful books that you can enjoy and read. I'm excited for you Say hello to the family. I will look forward to talking to her again. Okay? Thanks, Joe. The first lady of New York Radio Joan Hamburg entertaining and informative Talk Radio 77 w A B. C You just heard from an author who's one of her books were actually a few of her books, but her latest book was picked up and turned into a syriza on TV and very successful. Serious and what that was like, because the television program had very little. They took the book, but it had very little to do with the actual book. Now I'm going to introduce you to an author who is very proud Heart. First book fiction has come out, and that's always exciting. It's not easy to get a book published. The book is called Goodbye, Orchid and The author Carol Abandon. Hendon is with me today, and she has had a fascinating a journey also because most writers have to write No matter what, and you heard our last authors say she was discovered in her fifties, even though she had written like 56 books, So it's not an easy path. But I'm curious, Carol, you had an interesting family background, including your family was originally your parents and grand parents from Shanghai is I remember and they came to this country and you spent a lot of you're bringing up in New Jersey. That's also true, Joan. First of all, it's great to be here in such an honor to be with you. You're absolutely right. You would never know it from my last name banned in India, But I am Chinese by ancestry, and my family's from Shanghai actually fled when the Communists took over China, and so I was born and raised in New Jersey, but for which I am incredibly grateful, But that traditional background is so interesting because you know it. It made them, you know, direct me in places in my life. For instance, I've always loved to write, and I wanted to be an English major when I went to college, But they said, You know what? Maybe take a look at your math and science skills and think about engineering instead. Which is the degree I ended up with. And the funny thing is those two things English and engineering have only one thing in common, which is the first three letters of both of those words. Very funny that that is funny. And I loved reading about your growing up when even the original the older generation your grandmother was making food that is a kid you probably were ashamed of. And that scallion pancakes, My daughter and I have spent this whole pandemic trying to make stallion pancakes. I can't tell you recipe after recipe, and we still haven't mastered it. Oh, that's so funny, Joan. I'll have to try to set your recipe in and it's true as a kid. You know, you just want to fit in. And so all of those, you know what seemed like Foreign foods are we don't appreciate them as kids. But now I look back with such nostalgia. And of course, there was so much love, you know, put into making all of that food. My grandmother, handmade. Of course, but I understand as a kid. In fact, my Chinese friends tell me how their families never talk about what happened before they came to this country. And that is a very common tale that you hear no matter where people come from. It's so true. I think there's a lot of pain in that past, you know for my family, and it's true from many Chinese families. They left everything they had behind. At least you know the physical goods. Of course, they had their safety, which was of utmost importance. And I just, you know, credit them so much for being brave enough to leave their home countries. A Carol, I'm furious At what point did you start working on this book? Your first novel Where you living abroad during this time? Time or is this when you were in America with raising your twins? Yes, that's a great question. So this journey we have to actually go back seven years to go back to the start of the story, and I really started writing. When we first came back from China. My company had sent me to Beijing with my husband and my twins for two years from 2010 to 2012, and so Was really after I'd come back from China in 2013 that I started writing Goodbye, Orchid. And at that time, I didn't even know that I was aiming for publication. I was really writing for myself and you know, finding it a place of solace And as the story took shape, it.

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"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:10 min | 10 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"01 more comment That's coming on the Facebook. Sorry. Just log in it in. Oh, what are you looking for? And Simon had a comment here that call in and I can open my stupid stuff. Okay, well, one somebody did ask me about jars that we had mentioned doing. I think it was last week in jars are and it was about like, Where do you get Fred? Alone? Ease Any hardware store? Quite honestly, any hardware store? You know what? Sometimes, like, shocking to remember that the hardware store It was like the General store off the past. You know, in our history, and so they have, like the lodge. In fact, somebody asked us about a cast iron and I have bought all my cast iron from The hardware store, I will say to Mark's Value Village has lots of Mason jars and jars, and we did our recycling those and up cycling. Those is a great idea. We did Ah, second, helping podcast that we just launched last week that has Was talking about Tom and Jerry batter, eggnog, all the special holiday recipes and the vintage dishes that Ark. So if you want to check that out, you can find out wherever you get your podcasts. Stephan. I talked with Molly King whose birthday It is today. Happy Birthday, Molly King. Happy birthday, Lilly King. I didn't know that. Yes, great. That's a lot of fun. Um, and then also just you know the idea of the cookie plate to or like if you're going to do a paper plate and handle cookies, and that's great, But like, why not get a little like, you know, go get a special plate. Some people have done this thing where they think these market area markers for you right on the play, and then you bake it and it bakes into the plate, And there's a woman in town. Who's an artist. Her name is Debbie Walk, W. O L K. She's on Debbie Walk designs on Instagram. She makes ceramic and she will make like your favorite recipe on a dip Trey your cookie recipe on a cookie tray. Your family recipe. She does a lot of custom work. She's wonderful. That's Debbie Walk designs. Hey, I did want to shout out to the restaurants that are all trying tow open patios this weekend because there is Yeah, I mean, there's a lot of stuff that people are trying to kind of stretch their structure. Things I do want to shout out to W. C. C E O for putting a list out. Jerusha has done a great job of putting a list together and he's they're gonna update it, so I think that's great. But there's a lot of things like. For instance, my friend or Elena is doing Volstead XYZ opening today with the Patio party to keep the butcher is opening tomorrow. I'm gonna pop out there and say hi to her, but they're doing these really cool, boozy infusions. Like. Basically, she's taking like what you would normally infuse like a like a mason jar full of all the good flavors and you pour your booze into it, and you just kind of let it steep and then you got to get this flavored stuff what she's doing then with that is then heating them up and putting them in steamy mugs so that it's like a hot tea, basically, but it's a boozy hot tea. I like it. I know. So that's out of whiskey Inferno on Monday Burn Butcher on Tuesday. I love that. Um there's a lot of people who are opening like Minneapolis Cider Company is doing like bonfires and doing crepes and Buddha pill later, Huda pills bad weather. Smack Shack has got those great infrared heaters, which they say You know, not only just heat like down and heats the surrounding area like heaven, Montreal all over. Why more people don't have those here? I don't know. No seriously. There's a lot of the savage estate winery is one of the good one that you know they have a drive through light show. You know, just not know that. Yeah, I know they have a great It's called the Festival of lights, and you could drive through the show. And then afterwards, they have a patio and a snack shack where you can walk up and you can get a couple snacks and they're giving you a 30 minute. Time limit on the patio to sitting hang out, So I think that's kind of nice to Is a lot I love it Do need reservations at all. These places just varies. You have to look on their socials because some places like groceries table. You know they're doing the fire pit reservations for $100. And they're saying that the $100 is your food minimum. And then you know, it's like it kind of hits you with the food and then you get whatever you haven't eaten from that you get that on a gift card to come back, So it's not like you spend your spending her don't 100 bucks, and then you get all the food you can eat within the $100. And then if you don't eat enough, it's never happened, which never happens. You would get it on a gift card to come back. So on dad out to britches on the lake, who, by the way, has a skating rink already on the lake. Oh, yeah, Just it's safe. It's right close to the shore. You know where it's. It's good fun, too. And they've got a free skate ice skating rink so you can go out there. Just free skate. You Congar shoot apocalypse, But if no one's out there you can stick around. And then you can go sit on their patio and get some hot drinks. I like it. I like it. I like it. Yeah, fun You can make the Christmas season happened. You don't have to just sit on your couch and watch Hallmark movies You can do How many of you watch now? God, I'm up to like 50. I swear to God, but they're all the same. They're all the same. Here's the cemetery is sick of it. It's weird now and chasing the like a non chasing the metaphors. Now I'm chasing like, okay, Here's an awkward meeting between a man and a woman, and then they have to execute some kind of a project, a charity event. Ah, take over something, but there is always a small town Christmas thing. And then there's this like, sort of unwritten. You know, it's kind of this dancing of attraction and then one person says you, You should tell this person how you feel, and the minute they decide that there's a fancy party or a ball or charity event, and then during that time, it's either Somebody mistaken has like a mistaken identity thing. Or, you know, missus, and then the other thing is or you know, the sort of like the untruth comes to light. And then all of a sudden it's like so then someone runs away and then someone comes back and then they find them in the snow. And there's a snowball fight. Always a snowball fight. I'm not God the amount of hot chocolate that they drink on these movies. It is unreal. It is crazy. Also someone last night, there was like a couple that was dating for a year that stayed at somebody's house at their parent's house, and they had to sleep in separate bedrooms. This is so unlike you know, this is why I have a friend whose son is coming with his girlfriend for the first time, and I'm like, Oh, where they sleeping, Because, remember how that's like weird When you're the mom was like, Well, there's twin beds I'm like. Oh, well, okay, whatever have been dating for a year, and they're like, Oh, is there talk of marriage and you're gonna make him sleep in the Yes. Real talk of marriage Wells when we so Yes, I am a success there. But let me tell you that I will absolutely be done with Hallmark movies when I am done yet, because I This is so unfair it characteristically Stephanie miracles bizarre, And that's why I'm so delighted by it feels like something I would do. And I haven't watched him one. But I'm watching them like almost physiologically because like your hate watching me On and I'm just really choosing every time something. Money. I wish somebody would fall in the snow. I wish somebody's hair would be bad. Happy holidays. You guys will see you after in 2021 Man can't come soon enough Love you. Don't you die? My my talk 1071. I wanna believe a lot of believe that you don't know Minnesota's own appliance specialist, Warner Stallion are celebrating.

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"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Her. It's been a rough year. Her husband and her husband's dad are suing her for all of her money. And, Yeah, it's bad enough to be getting divorced. But then her dad, her own father, her husband's father, who is also her manager. They were like cold managers. But Jane, we're not depressing. Jane has a shoutout question, which we appreciate. Jane, How you doing? Hi, ladies. Thanks for taking my call. Love, love, love you show I'm doing great. Um, I just wanted to give a showdown with two Meritage restaurant and ST Paul, right they are doing I'm Greek. Take out this is this year. Um, we've done there, Duck. And four. I think, starting next Wednesday, they're doing some tenderloin They're doing. Of course, there duck dishes, and it's a kit And it's kind of fun because you can get on their Facebook page and watch Chef Klein prepare them. So if my little tutorial Yeah, and they have soups and desserts, and you can also get one of their bottles of French wine to go with it, too. So I was from a shout out. Yeah. I'm glad that you did. Because I think Meritage has the best castle. A in town. They don't understand Castle like it, right? I think they do that all the items. Yeah, And they've just put their Christmas menu up so like they had been doing it, but they have just put their holiday menu up so you can find it online. Awesome. Thank you, Jean. Yeah. Thank you, Ladies. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. We did have ah, color that emailed to and he said that we had talked about a cocktail class in a previous episode at the beginning of the month, And indeed we did, and he wanted to know where that class was. And it's that kitchen window. It's a Rydell virtual cocktail class, and it's happening. January 30th at 6 P.m. so you can find that they're still taking reservations. It is a $90 class, but you get a set of glassware, Rydell glassware that comes with it. So if that's something, you want a gift or take yourself That is where you can find that information. We did have a color Looks like who has asked us have you two considered creating writing a cookbook together with all your recipes and donating the money to charity? We have thought about that. We just don't have any time. And to be honest, I don't know if I would donate the money. I might just keep it growing concern here. I don't know. I used to love the idea, of course, and we had thought about doing a Like a little virtual cookbook, or doing like an instagram cookbook or something, You know, like a little thing, but Honestly, we are just going by the seat of our pants most the time, So trying to survive like I'm okay, so with that said Uh, let's see here. 01 more comment That's coming on the Facebook. Sorry. Just log in again. Oh, What are you looking for? I'm sorry. One had a comment here that Colin and I can open my stupid stuff. Okay, well, one somebody did ask me about jars that we had mentioned doing. I think it was last week. Mason jars are and it was about like, Where do you get Fred? Alone? Ease Any hardware store, But honestly, any hardware store I know it sometimes, like shocking to remember that the hardware store was like the general store. Of the past, you know, in our history, and so they have, like the lodge. In fact, somebody asked us about a cast iron and I have bought all my cast iron from the hardware store. I will say to our failure village has lots of mason jars and jars and we didn't recycling those and up cycling. Those is a great idea. We did Ah, second, helping podcast that we just launched last week that has Was talking about Tom and Jerry batter, eggnog, all the special holiday recipes and the vintage dishes that Ark. So if you want to check that out, you can find out wherever you get your podcasts. Stephan. I talked with Molly King whose birthday It is today. Happy Birthday, Molly King. Happy birthday, Lilly King. I didn't know that. Yes, great. That's a lot of fun. Um, and then also just you know the idea of the cookie plate to like if you're going to do a paper plate and handle cookies, and that's great, but like, why not get a little like, you know, go get a special plate. Some people have done this thing where they think these market area markers for you right on the play, and then you bake it and it bakes into the plate, And there's a woman in town. Who's an artist. Her name is Debbie Walk, W. O L K. She's on Debbie Walk designs on Instagram. She makes ceramic and she will make like your favorite recipe on a dip Trey your cookie recipe on a cookie tray. Your family recipe. She does a lot of custom work. She's wonderful. That's Debbie woke designs. Hey, I did want to shout out to the restaurants that are all trying tow open patios this weekend because there is Yeah, I mean, there's a lot of stuff that people are trying to kind of stretch there. Such a thing. I do want to shout out to W. C. C E O for putting a list out Do Russia has done a great job of putting a list together and he's they're gonna update it, so I think that's great. But there's a lot of things like. For instance, my friend Malena is doing Volstead XYZ opening today with the Patio party to keep the butcher is opening tomorrow. I'm gonna pop out there and say hi to her, but they're doing these really cool, boozy infusions like Basically, she's taking like what you would normally infuse. Like a like a mason jar full of all the good flavors and you pour your booze into it, and you just kind of let it steep and then you got to get this flavored stuff what she's doing then with that is then heating them up and putting them in steamy mugs so that it's like a hot tea, basically, but it's a boozy hot tea. I like it. I know. So that's out of whiskey Inferno on Monday Bourbon butter on Tuesday. I love that. Um there's a lot of people who are opening like Minneapolis Cider Company is doing like bonfires and doing crepes and go to Pilates. Huda pills about whether Smack Shack has got those great infrared heaters, which they say You know, not only just heat like down and heats the surrounding area like the nice in Montreal all over. Why more people don't have those here? I don't know. No seriously. There's a lot of the savage estate winery is one of the good one that you know they have a drive through light show. You know, just not know that. Yeah, I know they have a great It's called the Festival of lights, and you could drive through the show. And then afterwards, they have a patio and a snack shack where you can walk up and you can get a couple snacks and they're giving you a 30 minute. Time limit on the patio to sitting hang out, So I think that's kind of nice to Is a lot I love it Do need reservations at all. These places just varies. You have to look on their socials because some places like groceries table. You know they're doing the fire pit reservations for $100. And they're saying that the $100 is your food minimum. And then you know it like it kind of hits you with the food and then you get whatever you haven't eaten from that you get that on a gift card to come back, So it's not like you spent your spending her Don't 100 bucks, and then you get all the food you can eat within $100. And then if you don't eat enough, it's never happened, which never happens. You would get it on a gift card to come back so On Dsev out two bridges on the lake. Who, by the way, has a skating rink already on the lake. Oh, just it's safe..

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"lilly king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"lilly king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It plays a drummer confronting his new world of silence after he abruptly loses his hearing, also starring Olivia Cooke, now streaming on prime video. And from little passports, offering activity kids to keep kids engaged and expand their minds. They'll explore France and Brazil and build a volcano in submarine from their kitchen table. Little passports dot com. This is fresh air. Our book critic Maureen Corrigan says Even she sometimes has trouble focusing on reading this year, but not with these books. Here's Maureen's list of 10 top books for 2020. There's an underlying quality of solitude about this pandemic experience sealed into our little zoom boxes masked when we're in contact with others, many of us feel separated from the world by split second time delays and a thin layer of lint. Books breakthrough They entered directly into our heads. Occasionally, our hearts here are 10 of the books that broke through for me during this tough year. Rumen alarms leave the world behind is an extraordinary shape shifting novel that begins as so many stories do with a journey. Ah White family is driving out to an Airbnb in the Hamptons on Long Island for vacation. What begins as a domestic tail soon morphs into a comedy of manners about race when the black couple who owns the Airbnb unexpectedly turns up Slowly. That comedy of manners sours into a vision of global disaster that Ah Lem's characters and readers alike will keep denying Sound familiar. James McBride is such a buoyant poet of a novelist that he could write a book about paper clips, and I'd read it. Fortunately, his novel Deacon King Kong is about so much more. Set in a Brooklyn housing project in the 19 sixties and focused on the apparently random murder of a neighborhood drug dealer. The novel captures the rough edged communal life of a vanished New York Too vivid historical novels carried me away this year. Just Walter, who's one of my favorite novelists brought out the cold Million's about free speech demonstrations that erupted in Spokane, Washington, in 1910 and 1911. Hitting police against transient workers, many of whom identified as Wobblies. Walter's story is reminiscent of sweeping novels by the likes of Herrmann woke and Howard fast. Tellers of big tales about the for gotten foot soldiers of the past. Pull of the Stars by Emma Donahue is set in a Dublin maternity ward in 1918 City, hollowed out by the Spanish flu, the first World War and the 1916 Irish uprising. She gives us a city scape of empty schools and cafes and the ubiquity of masks here, quaintly described as bluntly pointed, like the beaks of unfamiliar birds. This is an engrossing and inadvertently topical story about health care workers inside small rooms fighting to preserve life. Interior Chinatown By Charles You, which just won. The National Book Award is also a story set in small rooms, as well as an inventive satire about racial stereotyping, particularly of Asian Americans. His main character, Willis Woo, lives in a rooming house and has a big part in a TV cop show called Black and White about his career and show business. Willis tells us that First you have to work your way up. Starting from the bottom. It goes background Oriental male Dead Asian man all the way up to the pinnacle Kung fu guy. Casey Peabody, the 31 year old main character of Lilly, King's novel writers and lovers also aspires to something more. Casey wants to be a novelist. In this story. King captures the chronic low level panic of taking a leap into the artsy, unknown and the cost of sticking with the same dream for perhaps too long. Mysteries, as always kept me sane ish this year, and the best one I read was ton of French is standalone suspense tale the searcher. Chicago police detective moves to the rural west of Ireland and finds that evil follows wherever he goes. The beautiful and menacing landscape of the searcher may make you feel better about spending more time indoors. Onto nonfiction. Passed by Isabel Wilkerson is deservedly one of this year's big books to ruminate over and argue about Wilkerson's central Insight. That possibility in America is largely predetermined by a racial caste system is dramatized through what's become her signature style of argumentation. Through vivid anecdotes and charged metaphors. We keep the dead close is the title of Becky Cooper's meticulously researched account of the murder of a female grad student that took place at Harvard in 1969 and remained unsolved until two years ago. In Cooper's narrative, the sexism and elitism of academia are the culprits that still remain at large. Violent death. That poet Natasha Trade Away, writes about in her harrowing memoir, Memorial Drive is that of her own mother, who was murdered by her stepfather. Breath away was 19 at the time. Memorial Drive is about memory race and the phantom aches that can't be laid to rest. Of all the books I read this year, This one was emotionally the hardest and the one that felt most crucial to.

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"lilly king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Last weekend. Villagers in South India celebrated Kamila Harris is victory by setting off firecrackers. News reports from the town where her grandfather was born. Should people holding up posters with her picture and praying for her? I mean, come on. I mean, come on. Villagers shared treats Andrew Congratulatory messages on the ground with bright colored powders in Kamila Harris is honor They celebrated the volley early this year. Mandali Del Barco NPR news And finally today, as we've talked about the death toll from the Corona virus pandemic is mounting all over the country. And with so many families grieving, we've been wondering what might be of help. Right now. Two people experiencing these terrible, terrible losses. My next guest Sibby owns turned to books. She is the host of a podcast called Moms don't have time to read books. And she recently wrote in The Washington Post about coping with the loss of two loved ones to covert 19 this summer, her mother in law and her grandmother in law just weeks apart. And city owns is with us now. Thank you So much for speaking with us. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate it. First of all I have to say we are so very sorry for your loss. I mean, it's just too much. I mean, your mother in law. Was otherwise in good health, only 63. Nobody's prepared for something like this, but just we're so sorry. This just seems like it knocked the wind out of you. Oh, thank you, Um, it did. We really still can't believe it happened. We just, you know, pick up our phones and go to texture color, and it's just the shock of it is still with us. Even two months later, it Z Yes, hard to process and hard to believe. And your piece in the post lists 15 books that you say helped you cope with your grief. You are already immersed in the world of books with your podcasts. And you know a lot of the other activities that you were involved in. Did you seek out books that you thought would help you cope? Or with these books that you had already encountered that came back to you? Because you were grieving yourself. Some of the books that I included. I had already read and went back to because I knew they had themes that would resonate particularly in the immediate aftermath of loss. Some war about the same type of loss. So, for instance, Lilly King's amazing novel writers and lovers, which I stayed up till all hours. Finishing was about how she had lost her mother. But it was more about how she then went back into the world. She was a waitress she was dating. She was doing all these things but carrying the loss with her, so that was more about the longer term. Recovery from the Los Ah book, like the smallest light in the universe, by Sara Seager was more about going through the pain and the trauma of the death because I feel like with Cove ID and the at least what happened with my mother. Unless Susan there was a lot of trauma. It wasn't just a loss. Not that it's ever just a loss. But that was sort of more in the moment going through it with her. And you don't have to say, though, that I was familiar with some of the books on your list, and there were some. But there was one essay in particular that you recommended. I remember the short person the essay version of one of the books that you recommended once more. We saw stars and Remember reading this essay years ago, and the fact that I still remember it, you know, tells you just how impactful it is. But a lot of the people that the stories that you wrote about the recommended where people who something random and unexpected had happened to them or something that people you know, happens to other people. But you don't think is gonna happen to you like cancer. For example, anyone who hits you it kind of hits you like. S so hard, but, you know, Cove. It is a little different to me in some ways in that it's random. And yet it isn't. I mean, there's there is an issue here of a failure of leadership that it didn't have to be this bad and a lot of people that we have interviewed and spoken with who work dealing with this. You're not just sad. They're angry. They're angry because they feel that there was a failure of leadership and I have to wonder whether you feel this way too. Oh, you know, my anger was more when politicians were using covet as an election strategy and putting it in the debates is away toe sort of curry favor because I don't view this as much as a political issue, frankly, as a public health issue, no matter what your politics are, this is a major health disaster. And it would have been great to have had it more contained. And yes, I do have some anger about that as well. But No, it's such a huge problem. You know, I'm just struggling with how to ask this because you know, I know you from your podcast. And I know you because of books because I also love books. But in reading your bio, I realized that your father is one of President Trump's biggest fundraisers. And which I didn't know, to be honest with you until I was getting ready for this conversation, So I'm just I don't know. I just wonder how that sits with you. My father has actually helped the last four presidents. He has Help them in many ways all throughout their presidencies and has been agnostic as to who is in office and what he could do to help. He hopes he can help Biden in the new administration, too. So I think that a lot of the press Often twists his involvement and doesn't necessarily accurately depict how I've been saying he was one of his biggest fundraisers. That's just not true. He didn't do any fundraising for Trump. Well in 2020. He was one of his biggest donors, which is not the case in 2016. But in 2020 from Wall Street anyway, he was one of the best. He didn't find It even said fundraisers different Okay? Don't you didn't do any fundraising what you're saying, But you know, my dad is a big Republican, and he has always supported Republican candidates. Well, how are you doing now? You're a couple of months into this journey yourself after losing your mother in law and your grandmother in law, and as all these books point out, And as you pointed out, it is a process. How you doing? I am. Okay. But things happen that trigger me a lot right now. One of my kids teachers last week found out that she had coded so we're all on a 14 day, you know, locked down until we get enough negative results to leave. And where is Others might not panic. It's triggered a huge panic and me before we got tested, you know is this Are we all going to get covered now? And I guess that's really the big question mark When someone dies of a disease that everyone is currently fighting and then might come after you, it's it's much harder to put away right. It's in the news all the time. So we're constantly hearing about it. I I'm trying to help other people because that makes me feel good. I'm also raising money for the season. Felice Owens program for Covert 19 vaccine research at Mount Sinai Health System.

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"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So you know, on the one hand, you're a very intimate relationship very close, but on the other hand Can you ever really have a true friendship when one person is paying the other person on DH? What are those sort of power dynamics like, So that was something else that I really wanted to explore. And you certainly did. If you're just joining us, we're talking with J. Courtney Sullivan, her new book as friends and Strangers, And it's a Jenna plus book, Petrie with Jenna Loj we had We were on to you a long time ago. We want you to know for the OJ book, but that's true. But the thing that Talking about, Um, about both these women in these kind of unsure da nisi pot spots in their life, and one is paying the other that does and one's in their twenties ones in their security. So you think the 30 Year old thinks she knows what the 21 year old should be doing. The 20 year old is watching this insecure person and thinking. I don't want to say too much because she's paying me But where my boundaries it's It's fascinating and laugh like we love Clive and hated him. And you know you're the first people ever say that you love I love I I'm listening. You know, I listened to the book and very red. And if that's true, you get to experience. Clive would talk. It would be kind of fun because of the British. Yeah. That was never listen. I never listened to the audio of my own books because I feel like it would be excruciating. But I want to listen to that. Now. Just listen, because it's kind of funny because everything that is great in a British accent, even if you're being a dink thing, I think the British accent covers a multitude of sins is probably a big part of it was Sam and her attraction to Clive's inappropriate older British boyfriend 100%. And the other thing about this book is when you talk about You know the cult? You know what Ferguson sound the culture of privilege Because you know, the mom whose names is Elizabeth has an opportunity. You have so much money, but because he doesn't want to give in to her dad. She doesn't take it where Sam is at the most expensive private college and needs money. And those interesting, especially in the time that we're living in right now, which the differences between white privilege in black lives matter. And, you know, is this huge thing And you explore that lengthy ease, like like she doesn't even think about it. No, not at all. And that's the thing and she feels You know, I think there's something in the book where Elizabeth says no one ever thinks they have enough money. And I think that must be true. Because even you know, billionaires, we see them just constantly acquiring more and more and more and more. And so you know, Elizabeth. She comes from a lot of money. And even though she doesn't take her father's money, of course, her father, you know, bought her her first department. So that's that's a leg up that so many people will never have her father paid for her college, and that's a leg up to so many people will never have that. She's really blind to all of her privilege. She doesn't really acknowledged that these things have helped her. That was fascinating to me, and I like the dynamic we're not. We're going to run out of time. Your book is excellent. What a treat for us to read and Other book, You have to tell us the last great book you read. Oh, but the last great book I read was righter than lovers. By Lily King. I am obsessed with it. Have you ready yet? Well, we read Lilly King's for first book. You know that wild? It had a wild title. I can't remember it. Euphoria. Euphoria? Yes, on her show. Yeah, we read that book. So this is a new book by her and is new. It's wonderful. It's really different. From euphoria and it is. Oh my gosh, I just tore through it, and I have to say like my kids now are One and just turned three. So when the boat keeps me up all night, saying something, and I stayed up all night reading that one because I just it's un put down a ball. Okay, I J. Courtney, I'm going to ask you did anything like did the movie is a movie happening with mein that that book I want? I could I pictured it in my mind. No, I wish I wish you know their rights have never sold the main I wish they would, Because maybe it would be more visually appealing that wass it could be. What about it? Do it be like a 10 Part series, you know, like a big little lies. I would love that. Okay? We gotta who do you know that nose? Reese Witherspoon. Let's play the who, you know, game I'm your amount today. Actually, I know her because she had bought thie engagement, which was such a. That's right. Well, does she know about Maine? Did she also Did you just behave reason? I think she's read it, but I don't think she felt the spirit. Alright. Alright. Thankfully somebody will. Milady may I forgot the Reese is what's happening with the engagement's then is it just everything's on hold right now. Yeah. You know, it feels like everything is on hold weird stuff. It's just not happening. Yeah, but she optioned. It wasn't going to be for us like a like a A partner tempered. Siri's like that. He was going to be for a feature film along which I feel like we barely even see those anymore. Yeah, but we will, and that would be a good one, too, that I can see that we loved engagements. It's really great to hear from you hear from your and congratulations on your success. Thank you. Thank you both so much for having me on again. I think this book is just it explores a different relationship. Yeah, I just Yeah. Yeah, We just We both just really so good. Thank you. I think you have a great day. And now we know why we hadn't had a book from you for a while. You've been busy. Oh, my God. Two Children born during the writing of this book, I'm really tired now. Thank you so much for your time again. The book is friends and strangers. We do have two copies to give away today. 6516411071. We'll be right back..

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"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And those interesting, especially in the time that we're living in right now, which the differences between white privilege in black lives mattering, you know, is this huge thing, and you explore that, like the ease Like like she doesn't even think about it. No, not at all. And that's what they say. And she feels You know, I think there's something in the book for Elizabeth says no one ever thinks they have enough money. And I think that must be true. Because even you know, millionaires, we see them just constantly acquiring more and more and more and more. And so, you know, Elizabeth. She comes from a lot of money. And even though she doesn't take her father's money, of course, her father You know about her, her first department. So that's that's a leg up that so many people will never have her father paid for her college, and that's the leg after so many people will never have that. She's really blind to all of her privilege. She doesn't really acknowledge that these things have helped her. That was fascinating to me. And I like the dynamic we're not. We're going to run out of time. Your book is excellent. What a treat for us to read another book. You have to tell us the last great book you read. Oh, The last book I read was brighter than lovers. That King. I'm obsessed with that. Have you ready at? Well? We read Lilly King's for first book. You know that wild? It had a wild title. I can't remember it. Euphoria. Euphoria. Yes, she's on her show. Yeah, we read that book. So this is a new book by her is new. It's wonderful. It's really different. From euphoria and it is. Oh my gosh, I just tour through it, and I have to say like my kids now are One and just turned three. So when the boat keeps me up all night, you're saying something, and I stayed up all night reading that one because I just it's unpronounceable. Okay, I J. Courtney, I'm going to ask you did anything like did the movie is a movie happening with mein that that work I want, I could had pictured it in my mind. No, I wish I wish you know their rights have never sold domain. I wish they would, because maybe it would be more visually appealing that wass it could be. What about it? Do it be like a 10 Part series, you know, like a big little lies. I would love that. Okay? We gotta who do you know that nose? Reese Witherspoon. Let's play the who, you know, game I'm your amount. They're actually I know her because that Theo engagement which was such a. That's right. Well, does she know about Maine? Did she also? Did you just go? Hey, Reese. I think I read it, but I don't think he felt the spirit. Alright, Thankfully, somebody will be made. I forgot. The Reese is what's happening with the engagement's then is it just everything that hold Rygel Yeah, You know, it feels like everything is on hold weird, but it's just not happening at. Yeah, but she optioned. It wasn't going to be for us like a like a A partner tempered. Siri's like that. He was going to be for a feature film. But I feel like we barely even see those anymore. Yeah, but we will, and that would be a good one, too, that I can see that we loved each other engagements. It's really great to hear from you hear from your and congratulations on your success. Thank you. Thank you both so much for having me on again. I think this book is just it explores a lot different relationship. Yeah, I just Yeah. Yeah, We just We both just really so good. Thank you. Thank you Have a great day. And now we know why we hadn't had a book for me for a while. You've been busy. Oh, my God. Two Children born during the reading of this book, I'm really tired now. Thank you so much for your time again. The book is friends and strangers. We do have two copies to give away today. 6516 for 11071. We'll be right back. Good job, my talkers. You're bailing..

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"lilly king" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although let's say numbers saying they go with health officials give it the okay he was becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back a year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today's saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth held a press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and went on and on basically kind of say oh we always have problems you know the kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth it's not that long ago if he'd come out then and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international Olympic committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist Eurocentric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of of what the athletes are going to he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the R. C. is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely Serra and that's that's what has driven that and that's why when we first heard of it to be a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've got so many things that have been centered and and have a foothold in March or April could have been canceled or postponed men's and women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the N. B. A. N. N. H. Chelsea goes on hold those kinds of things we haven't got all right all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Willie is a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training down in Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closes so that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that they why is closed and now she's out of a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company SportsCenter all night ESPN radio what about two in total while continuing his rehab from his hip injury posting a video on social media Monday showing him during his throwing drills while practicing social distancing with the long ball today feels good to spin it again to was medically cleared for all football activity after his four month scan came back clear coming up Tuesday Tampa Bay officially introduces Tom Brady through a virtual conference call bugs out there quarterback so pencil him in for the Superbowl right ESPN analyst Matt and Tim Hasselbeck the Buccaneers are winning at the business of football right now the Buccaneers were team that basically was not a very relevant team now there and that they're the top story of every sporting news programs out there right now the lead everything this is Tom Brady we're selling sweets were selling tickets were selling memorabilia will people want to some prime time football the number twelve Jersey no disrespect to Chris Godwin are even way back in the day to Trent Dilfer but the number twelve Jersey is gonna get sold that boxers gonna get sold more than it ever has before so this is a great business move I like it for a lot of reasons but to automatically put them in the Super Bowl way too soon that's an overreaction for me as well but they NFC south is going to be a heck of a lot harder in the AFC east was for a long time so you're already in a tougher division you're gonna have to face Matt Ryan and drew Brees so right off the bat that's an issue then you look at just the adjustment from a learning curve perspective not necessarily for Tom Brady but first teammates Adams alluded to you know this basically maybe obsolete offseason what what what's the adjustment to the teammates you know in Tampa bay to Tom Brady in the expectation there have a baby is hosting the Super Bowl this season Samaritan center sports center all night ESPN radio we have a long break here for the sports world still unclear as to when the medical folks will give the nation the green light to get back together in person that is Sunday we saw fairly entertaining iRacing event from NASCAR earlier on ESPN radio with Freddie and Fitzsimmons driver Alex Bowman it's cool to be a part of for sure you know I think I'm not a huge separator by any means and I think all of us throughout the the garage area all the different drivers everybody kinda approach it a little differently you know guys like Jimmy Johnson that I've never done it before and then you have guys like William Byron that I'm pretty sure he pretty much lives on his computer just diss clan Irish things so definitely big different experience levels there but it was really neat I have a lot of fun I think the fans really enjoyed it I wasn't sure how it's gonna go we definitely crashed a lot I think that it comes from the the lack of experience on I'm playing the game but that it was all a lot of fun for sure how much so that last part that you mentioned where you want to put a guy on the wall in real life you know that you can't put a gun to a wall with this the video game you know what junior you're out of retirement I remember two thousand fourteen or fifteen you're going to the wall buddy yeah I mean I think there's definitely when it comes to sim racing there's just there's no consequences right it doesn't hurt when you hit things and you get a reset and you decide on Perez may give you new cards go back to racing so I think there is a lot of like Jackson's here crashing people what was it like having a level playing field because we know that certain for certain guys will get the best of in terms of because of the race for but everybody's on a level playing field Alison I standpoint what was that like yeah that I think that that's definitely good because when it comes to specially that iRacing stuff like the start up stuff gets really really complicated just like it is for a separation act every weekend so you know that that made it easier for guys like me that I've never really taken irate thing very seriously if you go in and be somewhat competitive it's still hard to call it completely a level playing field when you have guys like William and Anne Garrett Smith lane and some others that run quite a bit and of course among those experienced drivers Denny Hamlin he won his thirty first career I racing event on Sundays he passed Dale Earnhardt junior on the last lap to win the homestead race car currently scheduled to return at Martinsville on may ninth of course we'll see we will course likely be losing the Olympic soon twenty sixteen gold medals their drone of Canada among the guests this morning on goal again we go that's gonna do it for sports center all night it's Tuesday March twenty fourth is the birthday of Peyton manning who is forty four today R. J. Reynolds going to when you're coming up next to D. S. P. a radio.

"lilly king" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"U. S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that same number saying they go with health officials give it the okay U. S. becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back a year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth held a press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and went on and on basically kind of say oh we always have problems you know the kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth it's not that long ago if he'd come out then and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international of the committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist Eurocentric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of what the athletes are going to he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees at federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the IC is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely Serra and that's that's what had driven that and that's why when we first heard of it to be a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered and and have a foothold in March or April have been canceled or postponed men's or women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the N. B. A. N. N. A. tell C. goes on hold those kinds of things we haven't got all right all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Willie is a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training down in Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closes so that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that they why is closed and now she's on a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company SportsCenter all night ESPN radio what about two in total while continuing his rehab from his hip injury posting a video on social media Monday showing him during his throwing drills while practicing social distancing with the long ball today feels good to spin it again to was medically cleared for all football activity after his four month scan came back clear coming up Tuesday Tampa Bay officially introduces Tom Brady through a virtual conference call bugs out there quarterback so pencil him in for the Superbowl right ESPN analyst Matt and Tim Hasselbeck the Buccaneers are winning at the business of football right now the Buccaneers were team that basically was not a very relevant team now there and that they're the top story of every sporting news programs out there right now the lead everything this is Tom Brady we're selling sweets were selling tickets were selling memorabilia will people want to some prime time football the number twelve Jersey no disrespect to Chris Godwin are even way back in the day to Trent Dilfer but the number twelve Jersey is gonna get sold that boxers gonna get sold more than it ever has before so this is a great business move I like it for a lot of reasons but to automatically put them in the Super Bowl way too soon that's an overreaction for me as well but they NFC south is going to be a heck of a lot harder in the AFC east was for a long time so you're already in a tougher division they're gonna have to face Matt Ryan and drew Brees so right off the bat that's an issue then you look at just the adjustment from a learning curve perspective not necessarily for Tom Brady but first teammates Adams alluded to you know this basically maybe obsolete offseason well what's the adjustment to the teammates you know in Tampa bay to Tom Brady in the expectation there have a baby is hosting the Super Bowl this season some added incentive SportsCenter all night ESPN radio we have a long break here for the sports world still unclear as to when the medical folks will give.

U. S. Olympic
"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The proof is in the Pennzoil based on sequence for a wear test using ASAP five W. thirty sports center all night ESPN radio I'm Jay Reynolds leaders of the U. S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that's a number saying they go with health officials give it the okay U. S. becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back a year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth tell the press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and one on on basically kind of say oh we always have problems you know the kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth not that long ago if you come out and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international of the committee is a bunch of all of the oldest of the old boys the elitist euro centric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of of what the athletes are going to he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees at federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the IC is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely fair and that's that's what has driven F. and that's why when we first heard of that if we get a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered and and had a foothold in March or April have been canceled or postponed men's or women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the N. B. A. N. N. A. so if you can find hold those kinds of things we haven't got all right all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Willie is a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training down at Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closes so that pool closes she had a couple of our training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal winning at the wide like you and I would and of course after a few days so that they why is closed and now she's out of a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company sports center all night ESPN radio what about to a total oil continuing his.

Pennzoil
"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the Pennzoil based on sequence for a wear test using ASAP five W. thirty sports center all night ESPN radio I'm Jay Reynolds leaders of the U. S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that same number same a girl with health officials give it the okay U. S. becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth tell the press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and one on on basically kind of say all we always have problems you know Zeca and and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth it's not that long ago if you come out and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach if the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international Olympic committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist euro centric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of of what the athletes are going to he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees at federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the RC is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely fair and that's that's what has driven this and that's why when we first heard of that if you get a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered and and had a foothold in March or April have been canceled or postponed men's and women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the NBA and any self defense on hold those kind of things we haven't got all right all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king really is a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training down in Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closest to that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that the wires closed and now she's on a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company sports center all night ESPN radio what about to a total of continuing his rehab from his hip injury posting a video on social media Monday showing him during his throwing drills while practicing social distancing with the long ball today feels good to spin it again to was medically cleared for all football activity after his four month scan came back clear coming up Tuesday Tampa Bay officially introduces Tom Brady through a virtual conference call box out there quarterback so pencil him in for the Superbowl right ESPN analyst Matt and Tim Hasselbeck the Buccaneers are winning at the business of football right now the Buccaneers were team that basically was not a very relevant team now there and that they're the top story of every sporting news programs out there right now the lead everything this is Tom Brady we're selling sweets were selling tickets were selling memorabilia people want to some prime time football the number twelve Jersey no disrespect to Chris Godwin are even way back in the day to Trent Dilfer but the number twelve Jersey is gonna get sold that boxers gonna get sold more than it ever has before so this is a great business move I like it for a lot of reasons but to automatically put them in the Super Bowl way too soon that's an overreaction for me as well they NFC south is going to be a heck of a lot harder in the AFC east was for a long time so you're already in a tougher division you're gonna have to face Matt Ryan and drew Brees so right off the bat that's an issue then you look at just the adjustment from a learning curve perspective not necessarily for Tom Brady but first teammates Adams alluded to you know this basically maybe obsolete offseason what what what's the adjustment to the teammates you know in Tampa bay to Tom Brady in the expectation there Tampa Bay is hosting the Super Bowl this season the matter incentive SportsCenter all night ESPN radio we have a long break here for the sports world still unclear as to when the medical folks will give the nation the green light to get back together in person that is Sunday we saw fairly entertaining iRacing event from NASCAR earlier on ESPN radio with Freddie and Fitzsimmons driver Alex Bowman it's cool to be a part of for sure you know I think I'm not a huge separator by any means and I think all of us throughout the the garage area all the different drivers everybody kinda approach it a little differently you know guys like Jimmy Johnson that I had never done it before and then you have guys like William Byron that I'm pretty sure he pretty much lives on this computer just that just plain Irish things so definitely big different experience levels there but it was really neat I have a lot of fun I think the fans really enjoyed it I wasn't sure how it's gonna go we definitely crashed a lot I think that it comes from the the lack of experience on I'm playing the game but that it was all a lot of fun for sure how much so that last part that you mentioned where you want to put a guy on the wall in real life you know that you can't put a gun to a wall with this the video game you know what junior you're out of retirement I remember two thousand fourteen or fifteen you're going to the wall buddy yeah I mean I think there's definitely when it comes to sim racing there's just there's no consequences right it doesn't hurt when you hit things and you get a reset and you decide on pero they give you a new card go back for anything so I think there is a lot of exactly zero crashing people what was it like having a level playing field because we know that certain for certain guys will get the best of in terms of because of who they race war but everybody's on a level playing field Alison I standpoint what was that like yeah that I think that that's definitely get because when it comes to specially that iRacing stuff like the start up stuff gets really really complicated just like it is for a separation act every weekend so you know that that made it easier for guys like me that I've never really taken irate thing very seriously if you go in and be somewhat competitive it's still hard to call it completely a level playing field when you have guys like William and Anne Garrett Smith lane and some others that run quite a bit and Denny Hamlin whose one thirty one career I racing raises him he won Sunday's past Dale Earnhardt junior on the last stretch to win the race said to virtual homestead Ammons got a forty thousand dollar rig set up in his room if you saw the pictures of it NASCAR currently scheduled to return to Martinsville may ninth we shall see at this point the business postponing something like the Olympics there is a lot on the table when it comes to putting something like that off even for a year that's next to sports center all night continues its ESPN radio some U. S. Olympian said they would still go to Tokyo at the Summer Games were to take place this year the decision also probably not be there for two.

Pennzoil ESPN Jay Reynolds U. S. Olympic
"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that's a number saying they'd go with health officials give it the okay U. S. becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back to year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth held a press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement or cancellation did not come up and one on on basically kind of say all we always have problems you know to be kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth not that long ago if he'd come out then and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international Olympic committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist Eurocentric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of what the athletes are going to he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees and federations for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the R. C. is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely fair and that's that's what has driven this and that's why when we first heard of that if we get a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered and and had a foothold in March or April they have been canceled or postponed men's or women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the NBA in any selfie that's on hold those kinds of things we haven't got all of it all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Willie is a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training down in Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closest to that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that they why is closed and now she's on a place to train so many athletes.

"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"lilly king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Proof is in the Pennzoil based on sequence for a wear test using ASAP five W. thirty sports center all night ESPN radio I'm Jay Reynolds leaders of the U. S. Olympic committee admitting Monday that postponing the Summer Games appears to be the way to go they surveyed American athletes over the weekend nearly seventy percent of them saying the games wouldn't be fair if they're held this summer although that's a number saying they go with health officials give it the okay US becoming the latest nation to advocate for pushing the games back a year and postponing the games at this point seems inevitable but regardless Christine Brennan of USA today saying the situation has not been handled well by the IOC Thomas Bach on March fourth so the president the IOC on March fourth held a press conference after a board meeting and basically said the words postponement and cancellation did not come up and went on and on basically kind of say all we always have problems you know the kind and boycotts and whatever and you want me to name more things and what kind of flip about it all March fourth it's not that long ago if you come out and said I get it I know that this is an issue obviously by this point it really is in terrible trouble of course China you know other other Iran we know because every season we know corona viruses coming and he was he just handled it so poorly and what's really surprising Thomas Bach is the first Olympic gold medalist to be president of the international Olympic committee the international Olympic committee is a bunch of old the oldest of the old boys the elitist Eurocentric a lot of them are royalty or think they're royalty and here's Thomas Bach who was in nineteen seventy six Olympic gold medalist in fencing and was a victim of the nineteen eighty Olympic boycott you'd think he of all people would understand the magnitude of of what the athletes are going through he blew it on March fourth and why this happened over the last few weeks your point is that the athletes have risen up instead of from a top down decision making it's been bottom up groundswell of support athletes national Olympic committees at federation for the athletes of certain sports all of them coming together to force the issue Christine I think one of the reasons it's so important to get straight answers from from Dick pound or anybody else with the IC is the amount of time that it would save these these athletes from having to make those tough decisions absolutely fair and that's that's what has driven this and that's why when we first heard of that if you get a few months because of course July twenty fourth is still a few months away obviously four months away so well we've had so many things that have been centered in and had a foothold in March or April have been canceled or postponed men's or women's final in a tournament at the masters obviously the NBA in any health reasons on hold those kinds of things we haven't got all of it all the way up to July yet so the thought was you would have time right and that's what we've been thinking until we started to hear the athletes voices and for example last week I interviewed Lilly king Williams a two time Olympic gold medalist in swimming breaststroke she's training at Indiana University Bloomington Indiana are you closest to that pool closes she had a couple over training mates and go to the YMCA two time Olympic gold medal swimming at the Y. like you and I would and of course after a few days of that why is closed and now she's on a place to train so many athletes with similar stories Christine Brennan of USA today earlier on ESPN radio in Spain company sports center all night ESPN radio what about two in total while continuing his.

Pennzoil ESPN
"lilly king" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"lilly king" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Offensive group messages among ro CEO and his inner circle the messages were laced with profanity as well as homophobic and misogynistic language even jokes about victims of hurricane Maria for some Rosales resignation couldn't come soon enough and lawmakers were poised to begin impeachment proceedings justice secretary Wanda Vasquez is expected to take over as governor when Rosales resignation becomes official I'm reading in reporting new one every former Olympian and Indiana University swimming stand out Lilly Kane has been disqualified from one of her bands at the world swimming championships the Evansville native won her heat in the two hundred meter breaststroke in South Korea yesterday but judges world she did not touch the wall with both hands at the same time on her first term king appeared shocked by the DQ many people on social media are calling for an appeal on the disqualification king was aiming for a sweep of the breaststroke titles and in twenty twenty summer Olympics are now less than one year away host city Tokyo marked the one year milestone yesterday with a number of events including this unveiling the metals that will be handed out to the winners organizer say for the first time the metals are made out of one hundred percent recycled metals this is the second time the Summer Games to be held in Tokyo very cool also very cool our weather yet Lee and the order he sees morning data just refreshing it's nice to start this way and then we through the sunshine of the day it's just really nice just gets better and better I think we filled out like five days straight and then at some point you're gonna have to get sick a lot I know it wasn't until pointed workshops yesterday so girls a versatile tool and you're probably gonna want to use it again and now that the girl ever gets done but you know I'll probably do it one more day or so we will listen to know why not and if I you smell is coming from later on this afternoon highs are headed towards the eighties right now we're starting off in the sixties you bus mid to upper fifties fifty five in Lafayette sixty four here in Indianapolis lower sixties in Muncie right now this morning so this morning a little bit warmer compared to yesterday morning but we should be okay in terms of temperatures so the remainder of the day today it is fifty nine in Shelbyville the start off this morning as we head through this afternoon our temperatures are creeping closer to the average high we should be at eighty five or eighty three degrees no where near the record high set back in nineteen thirty four of one hundred and five degrees and luckily we are not seeing that heat for today storm track right now it's quiet wiping out the view not a whole lot going on across the Ohio valley also back out into the plains states fairly quiet in terms of major weather systems we do have a system now moving through the end of this weekend with a few broken showers and thunderstorms across the plain states that the code as extending down into Nebraska for today are hired about eighty three degrees eighty three here in Indy eighty three and shall be bell south of the city lower eighties mid eighties north in Kokomo eighty four degrees it is a fantastic day for colts training camp were kicking it off with temperatures comfortable low humidity seventy nine degrees by one o'clock we warm to about eighty three later on this afternoon lower eighties by five o'clock we'll see a mostly sunny sky low humidity through the day today so fantastic waves start up training camp here in central Indiana we're gonna continue to see low humidity through good portion of this afternoon and to wrap this did not work work week as well so let's take a look at future Kassir high rents model not really showing too much and nothing really notable here it'll be a mostly sunny sky mostly clear and quiet later on tonight seventy three degrees by ten o'clock and we will see mostly clear skies so we stay quiet even well into tonight tonight temperatures will dip into the sixties so another very similar start Friday morning mostly sunny skies take us through the first half of Friday morning and then we see a few clouds develop through the afternoon so just a touch more cloud cover through the day tomorrow and then we see our humidity levels rise a bit more so it's gonna start to feel just a bit sticky outside to wrap the work week here are highs tomorrow also climbing high about eighty five in Indianapolis tomorrow afternoon eighty six in Kokomo eighty five in Shelbyville eighty five also invite for tomorrow partly to mostly sunny temperature starting off mid sixties we'll continue to climb to the mid eighties by four o'clock by Saturday will start to see a few changes as well in terms of precipitation most of us I think should remain dry there might be a passing shower in northern Indiana through the afternoon hours if that doesn't tend to sag as far south as say Kokomo Lafayette otherwise I think most of us will stay mainly try through the afternoon your weekend planner starting become a bit more humid come Saturday high temperatures also climbing through the upper eighties eighty seven eighty eight degrees by Sunday there could be a few spot Sunday afternoon approaching at ninety degrees of an isolated shower chance to the later part of the day so we are going to begin to warm up through this upcoming weekend eighty seven Saturday temperatures by Sunday approaching ninety degrees ninety two in Chicago ninety two also just south of us and we'll know we'll continue to see our temperatures at least for the beginning of the work week next week cool when we're factoring in a better chance of a few scattered showers humidity rising Sunday into Monday of next week and in our chat it has also increasing our chance of a few scattered showers and thunderstorms as well Monday but isolated in nature eighty four eighty three by Tuesday I think it's are not out of the question a better chance of a few scattered showers during the afternoon Wednesday and we dried out by Thursday highs in the mid eighties roadways a lot of commuters if you're coming in from pretty much any side of the city you should be okay this is near I for sixty five add to it looks like it says twenty First Street there on the northwest side if this is a usual route this morning you should be okay and bound lanes really not too bad this actually on the west side so that is the usual route this morning you should be okay in terms of your morning commute I sixty five here near thirty eighth street nothing two notable here except for somewhat lane restrictions due to a bit of maintenance work that's really been here all week so folks usually usually utilize that stretch of I. sixty five know that you're in the contending with a few orange cones there on the northwest side otherwise still dealing with the police issue on the east side just inside the I. four sixty five will be a forty seven in shape 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Lilly King disqualified from event at world swimming championships

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Lilly King disqualified from event at world swimming championships

"Every former Olympian and Indiana University swimming stand out Lilly Kane has been disqualified from one of her bands at the world swimming championships the Evansville native won her heat in the two hundred meter breaststroke in South Korea yesterday but judges world she did not touch the wall with both hands at the same time on her first term king appeared shocked by the DQ many people on social media are calling for an appeal on the disqualification king was aiming for a sweep of the breaststroke

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