35 Burst results for "Little Rock"
Scotland's Long Road to Independence
"My name's george. Miller and my guest this month is rory scoth on an edinburgh based writer who has an article this month. Addition of the paper entitled is scotland closer to independence. Rory is also co author of the book. Rock wins a treacherous guide to the state of scotland published. Twenty sixteen. And when. I spoke to him recently. I was kid to get his update. On the current state of scotland. The two thousand sixteen brexit referendum in which scotland voted strongly to remain in the eu. And boris johnson's twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Uk general election confirmed growing divide between how scotland and england see their respective futures. The scottish national party secured a fourth successive electoral victory in last month's scottish parliamentary elections but the path to independence is still far from straightforward. So where does the snp go from here in pursuit of that objective. We'll come onto that. But rory's piece begins with a comment margaret thatcher made in the nineteen eighties whereas she offered a vision of modernisation. She asserted her. Opponents wanted to turn the uk inter museum society. Rory rights thatcher underestimated the appeal of museum society labor overestimated last him. To tell me more was one of the key things to understand about. Thatcherism is that this was not a return to the nineteenth century. This walson the state stripping away all the gains of one thousand nine hundred eighty five. There was an element of -absolutely. But really it was something new the power of neoliberalism as i think a lot of people and left know very well. The power of neoliberalism was at a offered. Something new offered a form of progress that a lot of people on the left had thought until then the right could not offer. It offered a vision of the future. That kind of took the left by surprise. I think
GOP Ready to Block Elections Bill in Senate Showdown
"A late afternoon showdown is on tap in the Senate where Republicans are set to reject an expansive voting and elections bill known as the for the people lacked supporters call it the civil rights issue of the era it imperative with G. O. P. controlled states passing restrictive voting laws but Mitch McConnell's Republicans are all but certain to use the filibuster and block debate stop the partisan power grab saying Democrats want to solidify their own power by boosting the federal role in elections Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sees it as expanding voting rights for all Americans and says the GOP instead wants voter suppression there is a rock a rock at the center of the modern Republican Party the focal raise key questions about the limits of bipartisanship and whether a filibuster rules should change Sager mag ani at the White House
Stamkos, Vasilevskiy Pace Lightning's 8-0 Rout of Islanders
"Total domination by the Tampa Bay Lightning netted them an eight nothing shut out over the New York Islanders and now one win away from their second straight trip to the Stanley Cup Finals Steven Stamkos struck first forty five seconds in the captain would score again on the power play in the second period no one expected in a nothing game let's let's be honest there but you know you are and everything you get and now we're gonna get a an extremely desperate team in and that you know they're proud group over there you know we know their rings gonna be rock and it's gonna be a great atmosphere so but you know I think that's where our heads are at Alex killorn finished with two goals and an assist Yanni gourd on reply to Lucien each with a goal and Brayden point extended his goal streak to eight games under about Slutsky stopped all twenty one shots and remains a perfect twelve in in playoff games following a loss Baltimore's again Tampa
Are You Physically (or Psychologically) Addicted to Alcohol?
"I do live here in portland oregon. And i've lived here for gosh well over thirty years now and i am a mom to four boys. I call them. Boys really young men now but you know there's four of them and I m happily married and have been just really working on my life and working on my own relationship with alcohol for the past two plus well two plus years that i've figured it out many many years of prior to that we'll talk about that more and in my daytime job. I work at a senior living community. Which i love and i get to help. Seniors create a happier longer life. Suddenly you described yourself as the adult child of an alcoholic. And i wondered if he talked to us about your childhood and how that shaped your attitude towards alcohol. Yeah i have a pretty long story with alcohol in my family and it. I was thirteen when my mother. I admitted to me that she was an alcoholic. And i've talked about this story on my own podcast about how i was. You know it was a saturday morning. And i was very going to catch her. You know i was going to really naylor to the wall because she was at the ironing board and she had a glass of vodka on the rocks designed to look like water. You know that. I wasn't supposed to recognize it and so i very triumphantly asked her was going to catch her and said you know. Are you an alcoholic. And i remember her answering me and she did say yes she thought she was or yes she was. But i really didn't hear i just. I really thought that by her. Admitting it to me that it would fix it. You know that it would go away as as as a thirteen year old. That was my mindset. If i caught her and she knew that i knew then she would stop
Special Education and Parent Communication
"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support
Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' Dies at 79
"An actor on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati has died Frank Bonner may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to the cast of that popular sit com he was the one who played herb the brash but ineffective ad salesman for the fictional radio station you also remember him as the guy who had a thing for rocking those plaid polyester suits Bonner has died he was seventy nine and his daughter says he died from the complications of Lewy body dementia a disease that eats away at both the body and mind he was diagnosed about three years ago coastal Lonnie Anderson is remembering Bano fondly she says she is heartbroken to hear of his death adding that he was one of the funniest man she has ever worked with and the nicest man she's ever known I'm Oscar wells Gabriel K. R. the
After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Expected to Overcrowd National Parks
"One way to ease back into traveling is to find a vacation spot with a little more space like a visit to one of America's 63. National parks. We sent Johnson vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. That sounds like your sidekick Amber Johnson vaguely RD to get a bigger TRT and, uh, what was your last name Cannoli Big Adi Adi and Canola Johnson, vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. We're here at Tunnel view, and you can clearly see how Yosemite became the muse for pain photographer Ansel Adams. This park has everything from dramatic waterfalls, two towering sequoias and iconic rock formations like El Capitan and half toe during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 million visitors. About what A year during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 Million visitors about a 30% drop from the year before. Those numbers are expected to go back up Yosemite preparing for I don't buy that number. I don't think that the national parks had 237 million visitors are in covid. So they say. Normally, it's It's 30% higher. That's normally 300 million. So it's basically the population of this country going to everybody went once. Every year, Right? That's the BS. I understand, Angel,
Bethesda is Sorry for Starfield Exclusivity
"Star field. Big space fearing rpg from edessa isn't coming to playstation rocks off confirmed as much in s e. Three thousand twenty one press conference this morning but does his pete hines addressed and even apologized for the exclusivity and a livestreamed interview with gamespot quote. I don't know how to lay the concerns of playstation five five fans other than to say. Well i'm playstation five player as well and i've played games on that console games. I'm going to continue to play on. It hines said he continued quote. I can really say. Is i apologize because i'm certain that it's i'm certain that that's frustrating folks. But there's not a whole lot. i can do about it and quote now. Now contrast that with remarks made by star field executive producer. Todd howard a wide ranging interview with the telegraph from earlier this week howard detailed why he thought star fields exclusivity was for the best quote. You don't ever want to leave people out right. Howard said he continued but at the end of the day. Your ability to focus in say this is the game i wanna make. These are the platforms. I wanna make it on and being able to really lean into the into those is going to make for a better product and quote howard further of the ways in which you can release. I party xbox games as one reason for why the the deal is a positive between xbox game pass which debuts first party games on launch day at no extra cost to subscribers and xbox is push toward cloud gaming. It's easier to get games into the hands of players quote their ability to play our games. doesn't go down. Howard said it goes up dramatically
Nautical Names Quiz
"Were here in the game room with a game. We like to call names. There are all sorts of things in the sea with some pretty interesting names. So and i are going to say some names of things under the sea. And you have to guess whether it's an animal a plant or a geological feature and just to be clear a geological feature is a natural formation in the earth like an island or a trench. Okay let's get started. The first word is water wheel. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature that sounds like a geological feature to me. Maybe some kind of rock that spends a plant. In fact it's a carnivorous plant. A meat eating plant. Yep it grows in freshwater wetlands and feeds on small insects and fish. Wow okay well. Here's another one. The word is slime head. Is it an animal plant or a geological feature well. I've done enough swimming and lake. We wound to know that seaweed can be not slimy. So i'm going to guess that a slime head is a plan actually. It's a fish. They live in tropical parts of the atlantic pacific and indian oceans. They're also called red fish or rough because some people think slime fish is the most appealing name. Okay last one. The word is the seamount. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature. Oh i know this. One eats a geological feature. It's the name for an underwater mountain or an underwater volcano. That's not active anymore back iras. Well didn't your grandma. G force us to have vacation house on top of an underwater extinct volcano but it turned out that it wasn't extinct. Oh yeah so now. She needs a new place to spend her summer vacation and i told her she could bunk with you. And that's your prize for winning this. Round of nautical name
Firefighters Injured in Massive Chemical Plant Fire
"Suppression efforts continue at the Kim tool plant in rocked in Illinois, where huge billowing clouds of black smoke turned yesterday and earlier today. From the blaze within the plant. Here's a B C's Alix Perez. Initial blaze could be seen for miles. Crews working to put out this massive chemical plant fire in northern Illinois burning for over 24 hours. 70 workers getting out of the Kim tool plant safely to firefighters suffering minor injuries overnight. Half a million gallons left to burn amid concerns using water to extinguish the flames could send runoff into a nearby river. And local officials say that evacuation order will remain in place until at least tomorrow
Why Is the Fed so Boring?
"If we were grading on a curve these extremely boring and wooden speeches given by federal reserve chairs these actually represent shocking level of sharing and openness. This is according to sebastian mallaby author of the man who knew the life and times of alan greenspan if you go back to the early one thousand nine hundred eighty s. The central bankers almost didn't communicate at all with the markets and with the public. They were changing rates. They wouldn't even tell people there. Yeah there was near press conference. There was no announcement behind. close aide. they just did it and then over time bit by bit. The fed began to communicate. More specimens says that it was a major economic crisis that ultimately coached the fed down from it's fortress of secrets namely the housing crisis. Two thousand and eight so at that time banks and markets were collapsing and federal reserve chair. Ben banenky saw that he could speak out and actively reassure markets stabilize them almost immediately by announcing and explaining policies and actions federal reserve was taking. Its super tempting. For central bankers to exercise the awesome power. They have when they do communicate with the market. And there are amendments when the economy is really in the dumps and the need to stimulate it but of course there are two sides to the open communication coin derian case in point the taper tantrum. The tape attention. It happened in two thousand thirteen years. After the worst of the housing crisis was the economy is growing. Jobs are coming back all of the money that the fed has been pumping into the economy for years. That have worked. Things were stable but then fed chair. Ben banenky he said something that rocked global markets. Here the wiz that roiled the globe if we see continued improvement and we have confidence. That is Going to be sustained and we are convinced that that is sustainable. We will respond to
Camp Anneewakee: A Legacy of Child Abuse and Labour
"The physical labor was forced upon the girls at the rock mark campus. Just as it was the boys in douglasville caravel. A new campus had to be built. the rest of our day after breakfast we would work from probably eight thirty or nine until eleven thirty. I believe and we did various projects and all of them were very physical. Sometimes we would work on landscaping projects working with heavy wheelbarrows rakes shovels digging holes post hole. Diggers the hardest project. That i remember doing my first summer. We were building a campsite at the top of a very high ridge. We were hauling two by fours and a frames and shingles and bags of mortar and cement so at age fifteen they would have us bend over and they would put a bag of mortar on our back which weighed forty six pounds or a bag of cement on our back which weighed ninety four pounds and we were to hold and carry that bad of mortar or cement bent over up a mountain in order to make the footings for the cabins. The girls in my particular group were fourteen and fifteen years old. Maybe succeed years old. And i can't imagine how hard it must have been for the girls that were twelve and thirteen and this was the middle of the summer in a terrible heat wave and even though we were in the mountains it was very very hot temperatures well into the nineties sometimes up to a hundred girls were getting heat exhaustion and heatstroke and they would discourage us from sitting down and taking a break and drinking water. They would give us very very short breaks. We were not allowed to sit down and start working.
4 Pillars to Create Financial Freedom With Eric Ortiz
"Eric brother. Welcome to the superman. Life banks by the yemen. I'm a. I'm really fired up to date. It's a conversation. I've really been looking forward to to happen for a while. I think it's something we talk about. You know we talk about making money on the show. Ally interviewed a lot of successful entrepreneurs. I talk about the five ass of building a superman life in finance really being right there in the dead middle so i'm real excited to get in today and really talk about how people can create financial freedom and what to do with your money wants to start making it so as those are watching on youtube could see. I took this conversation a little bit serious. I got dressed up for today. Rocking the rocking the unarmed polo. Where we're ready man. I think where. I want to start though and this is a question that thousands of people are sitting on the edge of their seat to get the answer to this keeping. You've been professional athlete. You played a couple of years in the nfl. You had a little stint here with the tampa bay storm. You know obviously playing linebacker in college. You've been around incredible athletes your entire life. My first question. Eric is what is it like being teammates with frank rich. And what is your greatest memory of our championship winning softball sees okay man. I is a novel question. I'm so glad you asked that First of all I team to the great frank. Rich was blessing You know he brought it in the muscle brought in the four of clean up their position and Mad at first the first season we played a you remember that man what our team was great but we could have some improvements during the offseason. We recruited We got some good athletes on our team and the second is last following season man in return and it was a phenomenal phenomenal season. You had a couple of home runs. I let off the probably one the biggest lead off. Henry's out there willing mobile team. That rela only lost two games in the regular season in two years way back and those two did they lost was to own squad baby so it was awesome man it was It was a great time to develop relationship and and to learn from whether they do. And how you impact people all across the world brother
Affirmation to Release Emotional Pain, Letting Go of the Past
"Your affirmation for today. We'll help remind you that your past does not equal your future again. Feel like that sometimes but each day is a brand new day. It's a fresh start full of new experiences. And i want to share with you about a personal experience. I went through a really difficult time in my life as we all do and during this time it was really difficult for me to overcome the pain. I was experiencing. I felt stuck in that pain and it didn't seem like anything could uplift to me. The things i was normally interested in no longer brought me joy. This experience really rocked my world. It was as if one day i woke up and my whole world looked different so this event was really challenging for me and i was worried that i would just never feel like my life was back to normal for me. My normal and i know that it can feel like this these days of uncertainty and as we continue to go through a pandemic and you're dealing with regular day to day life which involves sometimes events that are beyond our control that can cause great grief. Regret pain remorse. What i found for myself is that he was so important. That i take extra care of myself and this is hard to do. When you're suffering. I found that it was really important that i put myself on a schedule where i wake up every day and i include movement and of course meditation. I also found that it was really important for me to eat well.
The 14-Day Rule on Human Embryo Research
"Story. The very very beginning. Not the big bang beginning although that could be a kind of metaphor for the moment of conception i guess couldn't it but what i mean is back to those two single cells a woman's egg a man sperm fusing together to form a fertilized cell the zygote now that might have all started in a test tube in your case but ultimately zygote then found its way to the lining of your mother's uterus buried in and got ready to rock or at least divide to sells for cells eight sixteen again and again cells starting to rearrange and organize and differentiate from each other along the way and by day. Fourteen things start to look interesting. Still massive cells but they lying and specializing at this point and die. Fourteen has long been a cutoff point in many countries which permit research using embryos including hearing australia. It's so called fourteen day role which stipulates that. After fourteen days no experiments using embryos are allowed. Hey it's natasha mitchell. With science fiction many scientists argue. The fourteen day rule is outdated and no longer fit for purpose. Recently we actually saw them culturing for the first time. Human embryos all the way up to date thirteen but stopped molecular biologist dr keystone matthews is a fellow in science and technology policy at ross university in houston texas because they wanted to respect the guidelines and the laws and the land those particular countries they were doing the research and and that was. I wasn't a that hadn't been able to be done before so innocence. The fourteen day rule was always hard physical very true. Yes before this point it was just some theoretical limit that didn actually impact the day to day research but that's changed and
Valentinos Pierpaolo Piccioli and Craig Green on Creative Collaboration
"Welcome craig up paulo. We're going to talk today about one of the most interesting collaborations. I think i've come across in an era when everybody is talking about collaborations The whole notion of working together as obviously become a huge thing over the course of the pandemic when people are looking for their own approaches to the trying to find their way into a very uncertain future and working with other people seems to be something that people have settled on. Which i really like. It seems such an obvious thing. But this collaboration doesn't strike me as obvious so i want to know right away. How did this happen. Yes i always believed in collaborations. I feel that creating and the Area it means a lot to even for a brand. I did collaboration. Different collaboration with the junior from under where we Denies a adding that kind of the front Even sense. It is almost to say like a new a different perspective perspective on the brand. I'm a working on. And i wanted to celebrate the tonton anniversary of rocks. Rock said collaborating need the People that i really love. I bet every collaboration has been born from something that is read best. Not and i think that craig is one of the maas talented creative. And you're really so i wanted to give the mother. They work on the same. A- recite the stocks working on saturday that that can can be different not to like a marketing collaboration. I wanted to have like a creative cooperation. Which is going to be france. It and that's why greg is first of offer is a collaboration i can be in the can be done on. Ross because i follow exhibited E. represents the creativity like from him and i love the he must be some because is always important for me and to create connection i i knew he even before we will get together on different projects the genius end so we had the new chat nature
Islanders Beat Bruins 6-2 in Game 6, Reach Stanley Cup Semi-Finals
"The islanders are heading to the semi finals for the second straight year following a six two win over the Bruins the islanders took control with a three goal second period entered the semifinal rematch against the lightning the game was tied one one in the second until Brock Nelson scored two straight goals in a seven nineteen span place is rocking tonight the fans are feed us energy team played great Kyle Palmieri made it for one with a stuff shot against two Carrasco who stopped twenty three of twenty seven shots Brad Marchand second power play goal of the night through the Bruins within four to early in the third but the islanders I stood on empty netters by cal Clutterbuck and Ryan Pulock I'm Dave Ferrie
Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7
"Prepared to meet in Cornwall in southwest England, a huge sculpture of their heads in the style of Mount Rushmore in the U. S has been built close to where they're staying. Named. Mount Recycle more. It hopes to highlight the environmental damage caused by throwing away electronic devices. Our reporter. Steffi Apprentice has more. It's one of America's most iconic monuments. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial features the heads of four U. S presidents carved into the rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Now ahead of the G seven meeting and looming more than two stories high. The faces of Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden and Angela Merkel stare out across the Cornish landscape constructed entirely of bits of metal circuit boards, TV screens and smartphones. They're joined by you should Asuka Mario Draghi and Justin Trudeau to make the mountain structure close to the hotel where world leaders will be staying in the English countryside. These people who live near the G seven summit venue, watch the faces being built seen it develop over the last few days, and it's what they've done is schism. Amazing. I think it's a good way of Sort of highlighting just how much the waste there is in the oceans, and hopefully we'll send a good message over to G seven leaders just about we really need to clean the planet up artists Joe Russian Alex Wreckage say they created the sculpture to highlight the huge amount of tech and gadgets that go UN recycled globally each year, with Joe explaining the logic behind depicting the world leaders united They like more to talk to each other and work out a plan that isn't just shifting the problem from one country to another, but actually is a plan. We will work on together, which is how to deal with this waste and how to stop producing so much waste and how to recycle things in these. All these issues have got to be dealt with globally. They can't be dealt with nationally because that's where the problem is. According to the UN at the 53 Million tons of electronic waste generated globally each year, will more than double by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The artists are hoping their mount recycling more will galvanize the world leaders to tackle the problem. The
"little rock" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Home after about three hours finally on september twenty. Fifth nineteen fifty. Seven woodrow man. Who is the mayor of little rock at the time is in howard to send federal troops to enforce integration and protect students. Wait the same doofus. The orval who had earlier no now orval was the governor and this is the mayor of literal. Okay okay sorry. It's okay so finally. On september twenty fifth with a man asked president eisenhower to send federal troops to enforce integration and protect the little rock. Nine i should be more specific. When i say protect students meant protect the african american students that were just trying to get an education shock. Wow why would you do such a thing at a high school. How dare you in response. The president ordered the hundred and first airborne division from fort campbell kentucky to little rock and federalized the entire ten thousand member. Arkansas national guard finally taking it out a famous control. Yes so he sent. I don't remember how many people of the airborne division he sent. But basically i think it was twelve hundred and federalized the entire arkansas national guard so that famous no longer had control over them in any situation let alone this particular situation. All this makes me so happy guarded. By the soldiers of the hundred and first airborne the little rock nine were finally able to begin. Regular classes at central high numerous legal challenges to integration continued throughout the year and fabius repeatedly expressed his wish that the little rock nine be removed from central high. Famous can eat a dick. He could do a lot of things that i'm not gonna put in public forum but yes we'll go with either dick even though some people enjoy that so that shouldn't be a punishment. I mean same. But although several of the black students recall having pretty positive experiences during their first few days of school the ordeal was far from over each day. The nine teams were harassed threatened by most of the other students teachers and faculty of the school and at one point white students burnt the word. said go home in the lot across from the school for instance melba petillo was kicked beaten and had acid thrown in her face. Gloria ray was pushed down a flight of stairs and the little rock nine were banned from participating in any extra curricular activities many gene brown which i love that name..
"little rock" Discussed on The Black History Buff Podcast
"The nine continued to face physical and verbal attacks from white students fruit out their studies at central high. They were spat upon punched. Kate hit with eggs and verbally abused. One of the students. Jim Brown fullback was expelled. The remaining eight students however attended the school for the rest of the academic year and at the end of the air in nineteen fifty eight and screen became the first African American to graduate from Little Rock Central High School. I should really end the story right there. But there's a painful twist governor favors defeat in his attempts to enforce segregation directly. Found another way to keep blacks away from public funds rather than repeat integration for another year. He simply shut down all the schools. Many school districts in the South followed lyrics example Eva closing schools or implementing quote unquote school choice programs that subsidize white students attendance at private segregated academies not covered by the Supreme Court's Decision Little Rock Central. High School did not reopen with a desegregate each student body until nine thousand nine hundred sixty an efforts to integrate schools. Another public areas throughout the country continued for out the sixties saw. I mean this was more than sixty two years ago. Ancient history right. I said there was a twist. And the report from T- files an sixteen showed that school districts that predominantly serve black and Brown students receive twenty three billion dollars less in funding the no serving mostly white school districts and that's despite serving the same number of students the legacy of separate but equal still exists to this day.
"little rock" Discussed on The Black History Buff Podcast
"My thank goes out to facing history for allowing me to use that law section of Audio. Elizabeth was right. That'd be no school for her or any of them that day. The nine attempted to return to temper twenty third entering the school through a side door when they were eventually discovered. The protesters became so violent. They attacked everybody black as well as reporters covering the story and so again the students returned home. Just imagine having to face a hate more and trained killers just to go to school not once but multiple times. Imagine aid seventeen being the center of a national debate when he should have been wearing about homework. And what you're GonNa wear the next day. The pressure must have been incredible but there was no one in back. The whole world was watching. Despite his reluctance to use federal troops to enforce desegregation president. Eisenhower said in the elite one hundred first Airborne Division called the Screaming Eagles Too Little Rock and placed Arkansas National Guard under Federal Command on twenty four September nineteen fifty seven escorted in by screaming eagles. Honest Green Elizabeth ECKFORD Jefferson Thomas Terrence Roberts collectibles mini-gene Brown. Gloria Ray call mock film of a shed and Melba Patillo beals got to have their first day.
"little rock" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ready happy day after Christmas doc Washburn filling in for mark live in little rock Arkansas always delighted to be in here for the great one talking about what are some of the biggest hoaxes that the mainstream media either fell four or newer hoaxes and tried to get over on us and and and you know and the liberals little liberal politicians the one big one of course rusty gates Spygate fi's get whatever you wanna call the rush collusion oaks then you got the jussie Smollett hoax which made no sense whatsoever the Cummington Catholic high school hoax what I'm missing eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one let's go with Mike in Boise Idaho home of Boise state listening on XM Sirius Mike you're on the Markland show doc washer fill in with several Hey doctor just wanted to remind you and perhaps all your listeners that the are you going hope of climate change is probably one of the most overriding a consequential hello yes yes yes I don't know how I forgot about that yeah no you're absolutely correct but as Greta thrown bird would say how dare you absolutely but you know you can't you can't look at the trees and not to the forced or vice versa here because I think this climate change a hoax is checking every single aspect of the human being's life thank you know do you know what drives him crazy the the you know because of crazy Mike is when you ask him well why don't you call a global warming anymore what he called climate change and they don't know and the reason is because apparently the globe was actually cooling for eighteen years and they're afraid somebody's going to find out we weren't actually warming to recall the climate change that such a vague amorphous description that that could literally mean anything right I mean are you and I call that web yeah right and the the other thing I wanted to just the mention that with with regard to that so this one I was in sixth grade and again in that twelfth grade which we all about nineteen eighty one this this group of scientists back in those days was reminding us of how soon we were going to be another mini ice age by the yeah yeah yeah well they do happen not gonna happen and even if it were happening there's not a whole heck of a lot you and I can do about it no you're absolutely correct I can appreciate your call if it's real then would Barack Obama had just been almost a twelve minute million dollars on a beach side the states on an island Martha's vineyard which you know I guess ten or eleven years from now will be flooded could you still get a thirty a thirty year note in Miami to buy stuff on the waterfront and for that matter you know there's there's Al Gore now I'm living in my palatial mansion in Malibu overlooking the soon to be stone cold Pacific Ocean alas more people buy carbon credits from the company that I own ever since tipper left me AHS been carbon neutral because she took all the F. you leave sometimes it'll retro groove just for like Cheryl votes are counted but I believe that Greta Foon bird of of profits I mean it's just it's it's insane it is a cult you know I'm wondering how many of these people would be willing to you know when when Sean talks about don't drink the Kool aid that means something I wonder how many of these people would be willing to drink the Kool aid with Jim Jones back in and Diana you know almost almost forty years ago it's crazy stuff you know it's crazy stuff use the noggin the good lord gave you think these things through the Michael then show continues doc Washburn filling in more talk about the biggest hoaxes they try to put over on wonderful being here for the great yeah ladies and gentlemen I want to ask you a question did you know withdrawing your cash from the bank can be very risky that's right I said let me educate you about this banks are now required to spy on us for the government and the report any behavior they think is suspicious man oh man I was shocked as I read the secret war on.
"little rock" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All right. So whenever there is a good jungle beef always want to give the guy who got crack last a chance to respond. Dan, Denver came in yesterday in lit the resident jungle head up new church in Little Rock was that a call or was that an Email remind me to have any of that Alvin. Darren it's Friday. And why would I am that you know, you know, what's the end of the hour. And you know, I'm working on the week that was. But I think you've done this long enough. You understand this goes, right? When somebody calls to respond to something somebody said, generally, we like to remind them of what the first person said. Yeah. Dude, get off my ass. Did you know that I wanna stay championship as a point guard? By the way, by the way, van smack. Why don't you hit that with a Hawes you sound like crap? I know Alvin none of that the gates the fact that you're not ready when I came to you. Anyway. Dan in Denver smashed new new is feeling good about new because he ended up on radio row, and he met me. And he's getting a lot of run. Let's go there right now, we go to Little Rock Arkansas new the jungle stonier what's up. What's up, roaming? Thanks for the vine, man. Just kind of hanging out doing new things rolling up listening to the jungle. And all of a sudden, Dan comes in with all the fire and passion, you could expect from a Bill Belichick Tresser. Dan, talk any slower and pretty sure that will be talking backwards way to go after my stature, Dan. No, I'm not a big dude like a foot and a half taller than me..
"little rock" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Wins last week for the Memphis Tigers. They got started off with Little Rock than they knocked off. Tennessee state. Coach is a nice week. Always a nice week. When you grab a couple of those home wins. Yeah. Absolutely. We're always talking about protecting home court and the guys have done done. So on these last couple of games and without without a great coach. And all your wrapping up practice. We talked to coach padlock about how was the first practice back from just a little bit of vacation. I was it was good energy. The guys they worked out while they were gone, which is good because sometimes guys don't and they were ready for what we through Adams. We had some some. Conditioner throwing them today to see who was shaping. I bet quickly put everybody was good after you knock out a couple of pies. I guess it doesn't take long to get out. Get you out of a lot of. Is it is one of those things like a teacher? They give you a book assignment to read y you go on spring break or something or Christmas break same thing on the conditioning. You know, pretty pretty quickly if they did that conditioning or not. Yeah. Absolutely. When you when you go onto plays or you're running for court things to see who's going to be breathing. The heaviest and who's going to bend over the fastest out at work. So the one today everybody had good energy. And we had a good time for our and a half today. All right, coach, let's go back earlier this week. Let's start off with the Little Rock. Oh when you guys had to. I love my a doting day. A devoted son. And a good neighbor. The people in my life. I used to hear might not get the door. But as.
"little rock" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Who met a Little Rock Arkansas in nineteen ninety two around the height of the aids epidemic. They came story cordial. Remember the loss that eventually brought them together. Well, I've lost three partners to HIV and aids over the years tell me about Michael not I met him. I was in the army. Oh, he was handsome. He was extremely intelligent and bishops he loved everybody headed Michael find out he had aids. He took a TASS came in from work. And he was crying, I knew instantly. He was HIV positive. Told Michael I'm still here. And I'm not going and he plays an you're just starting a relationship. You could have cutting run very easily, but you stayed for nine years. The last two years of his life Alice's caregiver. When he died. Cleaned him up changed his clothes and they're not call it mob. After Michael Dodd for a while. I was a basket case. How did you get through? That was his idea move deliver rock afterwards because we knew the in was coming move. And then a few months later met you. One reason I love you so much you know, what I went through with Michael. And you don't feel threatened for me effects that you stayed with him. And that you cared about him. That made me feel really really secure with our relationship if we had rough times or if I were sick you'd stay with me. You are one of the most loving, and caring people I have ever met in my life. And you show me that you love me every single day. You tell me that you love me every single day because you never know how many days you have left. I promise you at the very end the last face. I want to see I'll look up at you. Same here. And then close my eyes forever. Larry.
"little rock" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Yourself, and you can't be honest with yourself. That's why we have friends and and professionals who are friends who can give us the hard truth. Right. So let's just say that you do this Dominic and you find out that you're you're an above average musician. But you know, you got a ways to go you're a seven, and if you lost it, you can become a nine and then now you can make money. But now, how are the ways that you're gonna make money as as a musician? You'll be a studio musician. How does that pay a Little Rock Arkansas or do you have to move to Nashville? You know, very well, right. Okay. You see where I'm going with this. That's that makes perfect says. So that's what I mean. By the discovery, we've kind of done here today. Now, I've not said anything back to you that you didn't give to me when I sit back. You nothing seemed weird. You are all over it. Right. So the questions who do you most want to help what problem most want to solve those? Go ahead. Oh, you go. I was going to bring up one other point. Because I, you know, something about about law enforcement really interested in may. So I went on a rod along here in Little Rock with the police officer, and I wrote along with them for about four hours. And I thought it'd be really interested in because you know, I have a passion for helping others and helping the community and I thought that'd be something right up. My ali. So I wrote a long with this altar for about four hours. And that's something that I really really did. Enjoy was was on the wall with him and something that I thought about pursuing well the need to look into that some more as well because it comes down to those two questions. I just gave you we started the process now again, we looked at didn't necessarily. You know, point me toured you being a police officer. But that doesn't mean that's not it right because it's going to come down to passion. So light of really enjoyed the ride along. But I'm not sold yet. But I'm not discouraging you from this either. Dominic what I'm saying is anybody can ride along and be this is kind of cool because I'll be honest with you right now Joe I'd kinda like to ride along with a car. I I'm just telling you. I think that's kind of interesting Madison's laughing at me 'cause she sees knows how ridiculous I work in the place. That's neither here nor there. But I find this really interesting with me for a second dominant and everybody else, I think it's interesting. I think if I do that I did it for four hours. I'd come home until my wife. Daisy. That was really interesting, right. But then you know, what I would do after that. I'd go. Now, let's look back who I really am deeply passionate about law enforcement. Right because there are a million ways to help people. Dominic a million ways. And I just gotta tell you. I feel like I heard your soul come alive when you started talking about giving advice to your friends. I heard it. And I sense that a smile broke over your face as well. And I I gotta say here don't get tempted by something that's cool because three years from now, you might be calling me going. Yeah. I thought I wanted to be a police officer. But I'm burned out. And can I need your help? Again. That's my concern. This exercise wing walk through talent, passion what I do best. What I love to do most. They are windows into our soul. It is indisputable. This is not crack easy crazy science. This isn't some crackpot idea. You understand what I'm saying? Folks, it works, and the police officer thing is in my mind, a distraction, and I think it's a potential trap. But dominance gotta run this out..
"little rock" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Armed with clubs, pistols rifles, and dynamite. No one slept. After that. The following morning, the students stayed home, but an even larger mob had gathered at the school little rock's mayor fired off a telegram to the White House. Requesting assistance from president, Dwight Eisenhower, it read the immediate need for federal troops is urgent mob is armed and engaging and fisticuffs and other acts of violence situation is out of control that night Eisenhower delivered a televised address to the nation. Good evening. My fellow. Today issued an executive order, directing the use of troops under better Audie to aid in the execution of federal at Little Rock Arkansas. The president immediately deployed more than one thousand elite paratroopers from the one hundred first airborne division to Little Rock to enforce the court's desegregation order. He also federalized the Arkansas national guard to prevent fall from engaging in further acts of armed defines on Wednesday morning, a convoy of army jeeps arrived at the Bates residence to escort the students to school soldiers with rifles and hand blocked off both ends of the street as students piled into a large station wagon. The whole neighborhood had come out of their homes to watch as the convoy pulled away and headed toward the school hundreds of soldiers lined the streets cordoning off a three block radius around the campus. Once the station wagon arrived at central a group of twenty two soldiers surrounded the students and. Worked with them up the steps toward the school entrance this time. And for the rest of the school year, they would be using the front door Carlotta walls, a member of the Little Rock nine. Describe the feeling until that moment. It hadn't fully registered that the game of ducking hiding was over. I could hold my head up. I, we had a right to walk through those front doors like anyone else. And the president of the United States had sent our US military to ensure that right. Despite that feeling of triumph, the students would still need armed escorts for the rest of the school year. As Eisenhower scale back the military presence, the nine students face constant harassment and violence inside of central halls. Things were rarely better at home where their families received a steady stream of threats. But the students went back to school day after day, knowing they were fighting for something bigger than themselves the lone senior in the group. If Ernest green would become central high's, first black graduate in may of nineteen fifty a year of desegregation at central high school and succeeded. What did it had taken extraordinary measures to achieve even this relatively minor degree of integration? What about the students? Schools and communities who didn't get the attention of the White House who did not receive armed protection, what would happen to them? And for that matter, what would happen in Little Rock. Once the TV cameras, reporters and the military escorts went away as daisy Bates countless other son, there's black and white would discover the cost of supporting racial inequality or steep. Jim crow, defenders were fighting back with a campaign of intimidation and repression signed to stop integration in its tribes. American history tellers is sponsored by ZipRecruiter. The greatest civil rights victories were won by activists through collective action. They realized there was strength in numbers, but just having a large group doesn't mean much if they aren't aligned coordinated and motivated. If you run a business, a team is what you're trying to build. You need to pay attention to how each member fits into the whole. So when hiring using jobsites send you tons of the wrong resumes to sort through is not smart, but you know, what is smart going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash a..
"little rock" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Rene is in Little Rock, Arkansas. Rene you're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. Thank you Larry for having the I've never called in. But when I got in my car and turned on your show, and you were talking about Chuck Schumer, and basically it's passed. Indiscretions if you will and how she basically is judging or trying to judge Brett Cavanaugh. And here's what it comes down to to me. Larry, I'm an African American woman in forty three. I'm not a Republican. But I'm no longer a democrat. And I haven't been for a long time. For this very reason that you just pointed out the bottom line. Oh. There's your top on both sides, certainly character. Either organization. Like. None of these folks cared. It's not worth defending either. What we should be demanding is that our representatives no longer represent financial interests that they represent real evil, and if they have character. So for instance, in your church to change over time, of course, you can evolve. But you really have character you wouldn't lie about where you've been. Well, Renee, I certainly agree with you this hypocrisy on both sides. No question about it. But I don't believe that a pox on both their houses the Democratic Party pushes this phony narrative Rene that race in the remains the fundamental problem in America. They pushed the narrative that sexy remains a major problem in America that is simply not true. And you're telling people that they're victims, especially black people because the Democrats need that ninety five percent close to monolithic black vote without which they cannot win at the presidential level. So I don't believe the parties are equally at fault. I agree with they're hypocrites on both sides. But to say that the both parties are are just as bad. No way. No way a mini. Okay. Let me say one thing. Okay. I I'm originally from Michigan. I'm living in Little Rock Arkansas my family's from the east side of the state. And let me tell you, something racism and sexism are so alive in in your face here in a way like it. It really feels like I'm not even the United States here in Arkansas. Here's what I'm going to say having lived in thirteen thirty five of the fifty for me as a professional African American woman raises, an sexism really loud and in your faith in certain parts of this country. And he happened to be living in one of those days. Well. What were they also lived in Michigan? And I had a great time in Michigan. I feel I feel oppressed at all. And I lived there some years ago, and I would imagine that there's less oppressive now oppression now than there was in the seventies. When I lived there, look, here's my here's my thing. Renee, here's my thing. In order to succeed. You gotta do three things. Finish highschool. Don't have a kid before you're twenty and get married before you have that kid. What is racism or sexism doing to prevent somebody from following that formula? Okay. Let me tell you seriously. Larry, I'm serious. I am serious. I am serious. I am serious. You come down to Arkansas. And this is happening. Definitely not only to African Americans. But white, okay. Tell tell me specifically what what do you mean? Rene excuse me. What do you mean by this is happening specifically, what is happening to black people in Arkansas? I just went to Arkansas gave a speech there. I came in came out. No, no cross. No in my hotel room. Pardon me. They don't have opportunities here. They don't have hope. It's a it's a poor state now because now because it's a poor state is one of the it's one of the poorest states in the union. Poverty is a problem. But to make it seem as if it's because of race. That's my issue. It's a poor state. Okay. Okay. Okay. I car that is the poverty is not merely because of ways and do the like sexism and classism probably the real the bigger issues we have in this country classism, and sexism racism is there. It's real. But you're right. It is not the driving force of poverty, and they're they're way more, and I'm sure this way more poor white people in Arkansas than there are poor black people. This is this is way more poor white people in this country than there are poor black people in the country. Where are you from originally? I'm originally from Detroit. And and and I assume you went to high school went to college did. Well, all the all the all the things that I'm sure you're telling your children to do. Yes. So why didn't why didn't the racism and sexism hold you back? Well, let me say well, okay. They did not hold me back because I was a natural born fighter, but that's not everybody. Larry was should we should we be encouraging everybody to be natural born fighters as opposed to saying, oh or how racist America is? Well, we should be encouraging everyone to discover their true character apps after absolutely absolutely. We should be telling everybody to invest in themselves. Your job is to do to good Goodhart hours of homework until you graduate from high school finish highschool. Don't have a kid before your twenty get married. I you will not before. Thank you for calling..
"little rock" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Hi my name is nina from little rock arkansas and this is regarding your schools episode i really enjoy listening to this episode as a parent of too soon to be school age kids i have found myself researching educational options in came across home schooling in house the typically home schooled kids learn better because they are less stressors that are societas with what we know as traditional education there is more flexibility with pursuing personal interests as well as the ability to learn at the child's pace rather than preparing for exams since i'm an active duty military member i have had the option to pass my gi bill to my kids so they have secured funds to attend college they choose to do so but if they don't attend i have come to the realization that i am okay with that as long as i am able to cultivate a lifelong desire to learn i feel i would have met my intent my mind set on college has shifted as well considering that emotional intelligence is far more valuable than a degree then a degree like you said in the podcast how many people have degrees in how many attend college for the social reasons life itself is a classroom with such an emphasis on academics a lot of soft skills are not developed and i have found through home schooling options there is a development of the whole child not just akkad emily so soft skills are developed exponentially because they are learning via real life interactions not a classroom environment as my husband and i approach retirement from the military we have agreed to prepare for a less hectic and less stressful life into homeschool and possibly world school and learn from the very real world that we have around us.
"little rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And prayers to students parents staff and first responders of those communities because the hurt from my sandy hook doesn't just go away nor the heard that parkland is having right now we all can feel that little rock and little rock school district it's important for us to understand where we stand right now in terms of providing safe secure learning environments as a district and me is the superintendent coming in now and finishing close to finishing my second year i can share that i believe we attack planes in a very proactive way relationship oriented and certainly we do an abundance of training to try to prepare for all situations the sounds great so far um i mean i hope i hope that its rights and what he is expressing is felt all way down in every school low actual district to sounds great so far more from the rush schools who pretended michael pours community message which came out a few minutes ago here on newsradio one or two point nine karn there's multiple ways for us all to be proactive the power of partnership is huge we use a phrase in this district called the power of us and that exemplifies the partnerships are powerful we have great support from the arkansas department of education on issues not just dealing with instruction but also on safety insecurity and improving our facilities i have a great relationship in the district has a great relationship with the city of little rock we appreciate the fact that mirror stolen meets with me on a regular basis and the bruce moore is always a phone call away same goes for little rock police department and she bucknor or little rock fire department with the new chief chief hubbard in previous chief chief summer we also have fantastic partnerships throughout this community and all highlight that last year we had over nineteen million dollars with a volunteer hours the came in to our schools to support the learning environments the adults that participated in partnered those are people that represent faithbased community members people that are in sororities and for turn a dis and alumni groups business leaders and of course parents folk i just wanted to hear how you're keeping school safe an an and.
"little rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A student at little rock central high school was found unconscious on the bathroom floor from an apparent drug overdose on monday fox 16th mitch because it looks back a fellow student gets credit for helping save that woman's life according to a little rock police report a student provided a dose of nahr can and it was administered by little rock fire department loop day hernandez his daughter is a student at central she says el are pd and the little rock school district can do more and to prevent heroin overdoses especially in schools that central high students say the room or in school is some heroin is getting laced policeconfirmed sentinel which can be deadly and up to fifty times stronger than heroin is starting to show up in the capital city he just said that that makes it more addictive so the sellers are going to put it in whatever are selling and then of course there's going to get more money little rock police officials tell me that when another bouts of nor can comes into the department score resource officers will get it because they don't currently carry nor can though score resource officers don't lra st also commenting tonight on it nor can because our esteemed does not currently have nor can they're telling me in a statement quote little rock school district is investigating possible use of nor can but awaiting response from the state nursing board regarding guidelines and procedures routes mukora reporting near the little rock airport today announced new nonstop flight to ostom flights will begin april twenty nine via via airlines airport spokesman sharing carter says is flights to offered uh.
"little rock" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And she did and he was correct did any white students trying to help but or or just extend the land area there the first of all i want to say something clearly so that everybody doesn't get the wrong impression there were sane god fearing white people in little rock arkansas who honestly gave us help uh some of them by giving jobs to the black who fired by giving money to the black people who than fire by giving them jobs the konare guards moe here moles ermo everywhere go worked full uncle daddy in chicago and so some of the people were very generous in their attempts and in their efforts to help us and that should really be clear you made it through that year uh but in the end you didn't go back to central next year what happened the governor governor fob was closed all schools to keep us from returning in the school year of um 1958 and that was difficult because he closed black schools and those black children called thus they called me and and and it charged treated is terrible because we taken away from them now they're christmas donations their jobs their homes and now they're schools and they were unhappy black kids were almost as how unhappy is where it not as many of them were were tint when some of them were they called us and said you know you guys let go you know we don't have time to cover the story that the book tells but i mean you get an education and you were among the dop did two sons and were a journalist and eventually communication specialist and you described you know the discrimination you experienced in employment and housing and it just have to ask you given that you were you know you were played a pathbreaking role in civil rights in this country how much progress have we made as a nation towards overcoming this terrible legacy phrase has.
"little rock" Discussed on Fresh Air
"S for its streaming cbs all access site has announced plans to present a new version of the twilight zone of version produced by jordan peel who just wowed everyone with the varies zone ish movie thriller get out with news like that and with the creative success of shows like black mirren electric dreams and the extended dramas like fargo there's no question whatsoever the and thalji show his back david beaune coolly is editor of the website tv worth watching his latest book is the platinum age of television from i love lucy to the walking dead cow tv became terrific coming up we'll hear from melbourne patillo beal's and 1950 seven she was one of nine african american students chosen to participate in the hardfought integration of central high school in little rock arkansas it was one of the early battles of the civil rights movement support for npr and the following message comes from made well the women's clothing brand where the motto is good days start with great genes get 20 bucks off a new pair of great jeans when you bring an old pair from any brand into a made well store for recycling like the ones with bedazzled pockets boyfriends old relaxed fits from before you met him or the white jeans you doused with red wine may dwell works with blue jeans go green to turn them into housing insulation for communities in need more it made well dot com slash dunham recycling.
"little rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"All right did you a lot of people won't get the gaz but sometimes is pretty good reporting and their ryan tear nelly this morning's paper court records released yesterday show the witnesses of the power ultra lounge shooting in july heard an argument and people yelling crypt and blood's before gunfire plunged the crowded little rock nightclub in the chaos will see there there's a good enough reason right there for people to be shooting each other i am in this gang in your that gang why don't we shoot each other hey i wish i had thought of that let's do it bobo boom if the eaten court documents further reveal that a nineteen year old man accused of being the initial shooter in the club told police that he actually fired about ten shots during the july 1st and senate while little rock police say tyler play jackson fired into the nightclub crowd and shot at least three people but it was given squat read the documents provide new details about the moments before gunfire started an outline an expansive investigation into the mass shooting in total twenty five people were injured by gunfire and three others were injured in the rush to flee the club the shooting made national headlines and highlighted an all ready overall violent year in arkansas's capital city in the aftermath of the club's shooting officials sworn to joint task force to target gangs of violent crime in little rock police said from the outset that the july 1st gunfire involved rival gangs yes they did right from right from the start but the police department is not disclosed additional information on which gangs were involved department officials have said the pass gang activity and generals a factor in an uptick in violent crime last year yes they have that's true according to the court records one shooting witness told police that she heard someone yell something about monroe street gang affiliation just before the shooting began police have said previously that a street gang known as the monroe street hustlers has been tied to multiple little rock shootings including one that killed the twoyearold toddler in.
"little rock" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Two point nine karn let me make sure i got this rights reverend bill johnson founder of arkansas stop the violence been trying to do whatever we can to facilitate good relations between the black community and the great little rock area and liuhua police department trying to stop black on black crime for untold amount of years way before i ever got here over three years ago october second that even money nonakht over second here's gunshots outside his home apartment their baseline road calls police 911 they show up next thing you know banging on his door ordering him to come out and the story is that they thought that when they saw him in his window looking out with his cell phone to his hair that he had gone to use it well ross ray cop notorious blogger here in little rock mcmullan area one facet coming friends with he's got bad little rock that blog spot dot com he said to me he texted me the official little rock police department policy on how to deal with this kind of thing and here's what is in writing hostage situations barricaded person situations and calls involving threatened suicide by their very nature pose a high risk to the lives and safety of citizens and evolved police officers as a result the preferred method of resolving hostage situations barricaded person situations and calls involving threatened suicide we'll be through attempting negotiations whenever possible hm attempting to go she asians don't like beaten somebody's door in saint come out we hands up when possible the crisis negotiation team will attempt to conduct all negotiation activity these attempts to avoid confrontation in favor of controlling and containing the situation until the arrival of trained swat unit and trained crisis negotiation team personnel are made in an effort to safeguard all lives that may be involved in the incident i never thought i would quote former president barack obama after he left office but when i read this policy of little rock police department about how they're supposed to handle situations and this was not the situation they found themselves in but they say they thought it was with any johnson and how completely different the way they actually handled it was i'm reminded of what president obama once said just words joe speeches just words his words on a piece of paper don't mean the thing if you officers don't follow.