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"lockwood" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"I think for whatever reason, marketers who make us think this, that variety is better for kids. They need more. More opportunities. More variety, different textures, different everything. It spreads them so thin that they don't really get to master their skills, which is a big montes concept of mastery. And I think is something that even a lot of adults are missing, right? The ability to go deep with something and really master a skill or master anything, a relationship, your finances, your health, it's like, what can we jump to next next, next, and next. You're listening to the mindful mama podcast episode number 333. Today we're talking about resolving to declutter with crystal lockwood. Welcome to the mindful mama podcast here. It's about becoming a less irritable more joyful parent at mindful mama, we know that you can not give what you do not have and when you have calm and peace within then you can give it to your children. I'm your host hunter Clark fields, I help smart thoughtful parents stay calm so they can have strong connected relationships with their children. I've been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years on the creator of mindful parenting and on the author of the bestselling book raising good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactive parenting and raising kind confident kids. Welcome back to the mindful mama. Podcast, I'm so glad you are here. We are going to be having our last of our new year's resolutions series and today is about something. I feel like I always need to do is decluttering. But listen, if you haven't done so yet, please hit the subscribe button so you never miss an episode of the mindful mom and podcast. And if you've ever gotten any value from this podcast, please do me a favor, go to the Apple podcast. Leave us a rating and a review make such a big difference at gets the podcast out to more people helps their algorithms show it to more people. It'll take 30 seconds. I greatly greatly appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. In just a moment, I'm going to be sitting down with crystal lockwood, founder of motherhood simplified, and she helps moms declutter without becoming a full blown minimalist. And listen, if you spend a ton of time picking things up every day or if you get frustrated by cluttered house, this is a great episode for you, super inspirational. And mindful parenting, we focus on finding balance and simplifying as part of the mindful parenting course. It's important piece is to have an environment that promotes peace and ease. So I'm so excited today to talk to crystal lockwood about how did declutter without becoming a full blown minimalist and finding more balance. So I'm excited about this, it may have to do with less toys. Also, giving we're gonna talk about giving yourself some boundaries. There are so many great nuggets here. So join me at the table as I talk to crystal lockwood. Okay, so something you said on your Instagram page really resonated with me, which is you can always get more money. You can always get more stuff, but you can't get more time once it's gone. It's gone. And I love that. I'm so interested in protecting my time and having time abundance in my life. And I really love that. And I would wonder, I was wondering if you could just talk to how that relates to decluttering, right? Because this is about resolving to get some clutter out of our lives. So how does that relate? Yes. So especially for moms, one of our most valuable resources is our time. Our time doing all the things that you have to do as mom, first of all, but our time actually spent with our kids. And so one of the things that I noticed right away once I started teaching moms, how to declutter is that the most immediate focus of loss would be on the loss of money and the loss of the things that they need. And no one was really understanding or seeing the connection between how much time they're losing every single day by not decluttering, right? Because you're spending so much time cleaning up the same things over and over again. Spending your nights in your weekends, especially if you work outside of the home, just trying to catch up. So much times spent organizing your kids toys or your clothes or the laundry and sorting through everything just to have it all come undone in minutes. And so I'm so glad that you brought this up because it's really easy to focus on on the money. Especially because when you declutter, it almost feels like you're losing the money twice. You lost the money when you spent it in the first place. And then you're losing it again and almost feels worse to lose it when you let it go. And realize that it doesn't really have a strong purpose or value in your life and you have to let that go. And a lot of times we just see dollars. And so I really like to help mom shift into seeing how the clutter in the home actually makes them spend their time. And it's in all of those tiny little ways. Yeah, we don't want to waste our dollars and a lot of us were taught by parents or grandparents, maybe who grew up in the depression, they're just obsessive about not wasting food or not wasting money. But yeah, there is a waste of time and that that is really the only thing that we can't get back when we're I don't want to spend all my time. I don't want to spend my time organizing a garage like that sounds really like that's not how I want to live my life. And I mean, not only are you spending more time on organizing your stuff and shifting it around, but you're also spending more money. Spend getting your stuff organized and put into sorted bins and shelves and all that is also expensive. The organization industry has grown the last statistic that I can remember off the top of my head from 2017. It's grown by 32%. So that industry of just bins and shelves and over the door hangers is growing exponentially because we have so much stuff. So it's consuming our time. It's consuming our money that we are worried about losing in the first place and just it's really spirals. I know. For me, there's like a sort of quote that I like to think about and that's like how you spend your days is how you spend your life. What you're doing in every day is how you are spending your life. And sometimes we don't like to think about that, right? Because maybe today was crazy, but maybe if every day is you're spending your time in ways that you don't want to be spending your time. There's really something examined there. So I'm wondering for you how did you start your decluttering journey? Did you were you over the top, you know, I mean, did you have a moment where you were like, oh my God, this stuff is driving to be crazy. I mean, so my story is really unique. I actually did not know that decluttering was a thing. I don't think it was even a word in my vocabulary. And we did it back in 2013 when we left Alaska, the place that we were born and raised had three kids and we moved to Florida in.
"lockwood" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Remember how many times Tyla cut out today? At least eight times, where it just it labs, and then, you can't hear you. We are using Zoom to record em. I like Zoom for a lot of reasons. It makes automating it and systemizing it much much better. But I do have the con of dealing with my guests often times, cutting out, just because using closing at my guest, like I no problem with dealing with my guests and then just pull like dealing with you like today, you cut out a few times and that might not be ideal for every listener to work through that. It just saves me an incredible amount of time to use zoom. And so the pro is right now, it's more systemized an automated than Squad cast and not Riverside. FM. But when Riverside gets there button gear and allows me to integrate it with my calendar, really, I'll definitely be switching over. But if you heard that Tyler wage out today, it's because we're using zoom and she's using Wi-Fi. And when you have your podcast, if you you zoom you're going to deal with the same thing. You're going to deal with your guests kind of cutting out off of a great part of the story or in the middle of really good content. And it can get a little distracting for The Listener, and I understand that I'm going to use it until Riverside dogs. Allows me to integrate with my calendar lie. So it gives a unique link but definitely if you don't have as many episodes as I do, I'm doing like a dog. So it's every Wednesday. Oh my God. If you don't have that I think that you should be able to use Riverside or Squad cast and get way better recording. The audio will sound better off. It won't cut out as much in the video. Quality can be a lot better as well. And zoom, I'm just sharing with the listener. Why I still use it? Tyler, you added a ton of value. It was fun. Going through Thursday story, why you started the podcast, what you're achieving with the podcast, how you're looking to monetize the podcast, including the course that you have to help people, to be able to be more sustainable in Choice world. And I just wanted to thank you for the time that you poured in. I know, in Australia, you had to wake up at like 5 a.m. just to do this. I'm grateful the listeners grateful and I hope that they reach out to you and find you. Well, thank you so much. This has been awesome. And actually this is the first time I've been on the other side of the podcast interview. So I feeling very, very grateful that it was with you and it was such a great experience. Thank you so much, and I'm really excited to listen to it. And besides, of course, thank you Tyler. And that's a wrap, this episode brought to you by grow your show.com Grow Show. Lets you be the same yourself while we handle all the hard stuff we offer, reliable, and Affordable post-production Services, that allow you to grow your show, organically without all the work..
"lockwood" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Ten twenty minutes where I poured into you and your podcast and growing your brand and really getting you in front of everybody else. I'm going to do that today with an interview so let's get right into it. And we're back with another episode of the podcast, on podcast, doing your host, Adam Adams. AAA, if you want to call me and we've got Tyler Lockwood on the show. Tyler, how are you? I am great. As I was saying to before up nice and early so it's an excuse to get up and yeah it's not the daily thought we were talking in the pre-interview, your Australian accent that everybody in the US loves. And I want to give you a chance to highlight it. So give us a little bit about your background your schooling and your podcast. Absolutely. So I guess it's something my whole life I got told that I just didn't stop talking and while it was a lot of time criticism dog, He was saying it was something that I never really considered a strength I sort of more considered at something that I needed to stop doing and so all throughout schooling, I didn't really know what I wanted to do. Kind of looked into a things like law, the classic, like everyone wants to be a lawyer at some point and then I kind of moved into business. I had a mom that worked while my dad stayed at home. So I think I've definitely had an impact on the fact that I always knew that I wanted to do something. I always really had that goal for myself to do something. Awesome. And at one point, it was to be a CEO of a huge company wage and make all this money and all this stuff and it was actually at the start of like 20, 20 that I was overseas, which seems surreal. Now that I was overseas and had this realization that that's what I was doing. Wasn't really feeling the op. It wasn't giving me the joy. The love that I really wanted to. And at that point, I'd literally just graduated from uni, I had studied marketing job. Business management. And for, about the last year, before that, I had really, really been kind of considering how I could get into business, but in a way that was going to be sustainable, because I was really sort of aware of the impact of the planet, like, what we were doing through our planet. So it was really kind of difficult to Grapple with finishing, a marketing degree, and then being like, great, I'm going to go and sell a whole bunch of stuff. Mm, that probably don't need it as a marketer. Who cares about sustainability? So, from that, we obviously went into lockdown and that was where the podcast really came from. Kind of just wanting to have cool conversations with some people and do something that mattered a little bit more than just what I was already doing. So yeah, it was a bit of a came out of left field. Everyone around me. Sorry was like oh yeah, that makes so much sense. But we also didn't see this coming. So it was definitely something I fell into more than was super well-planned. But I probably wouldn't have any other way cuz if it didn't materialise the way it didn't log. Where it is today. So that's sort of how I started and how going through school. Just not knowing what I was doing, really probably led me today to doing what I'm doing, which is awesome podcasting talking to a cool people just like you and just having a good time doing it..
Chakra's, Contemplation and the Rainbow Bridge
"Shuckers and contemplation follow the exact same path. It is incredibly strange that the maps to the sacred self out true selves are absolutely everywhere and have been since the beginning of time when we moved from our root chakra all the way to crown chakra. We will see that seven stages and the use the same stages of this light and energy flowing throughout body. An after the talk we use that same process In the journey of waking up to what is contemplation so presence gratitude connection love courage empathy and self regulation are seven parts shuckers literally mean wills or discs and to us they are little maps energy maps that take us from one level of life. Pretty much like maslow's hierarchy of needs the six basic needs of of growth. All the maps look the same. So let's look deeper at the shuckers. Understand how that energy flow can take us back to a state of self regulation and sacred self so shuckers to the contemplative desk. These discs are evolutionary software. And they run by computers and autonomously regulate the energy needed for what we do every day. So living a balanced and meaningful life is kinda regulated by these seven shockers e seven colors. And how the energy gets stronger and stronger as we wake up realize ourselves become more spiritual metaphysical is just incredible. So how we do that Especially in our contemplative practices. Are we go through. Things like learning about meditation self-regulation and mind be because shuckers already rooted in the physical body. So when we're anxious depressed lost in our thoughts obsessive thinking that leads to a ton of depression anxiety personality disorder on we turned back to the shockers. We keep it simple and we got back into the physical body so in alcohols and book. We describe that people need to out their minds back into their body. It's simple breathing. Take for example. Meditation relaxation techniques are going to take you back into the body but what four to get the energies open and flowing again. So yoga means union. We keep saying and the union of the seven colors and the flow to us roadmap to keeping aligned open attached connected and moving through the various stages of life without closing down when we closed down. We suffer so the road blocks personality a main to be transcended or transformed as we do the thing that humans do develop more and more consciousness all we are doing is developing more and more consciousness. How we heal. Anything is we go. We look for the truth or reality in it and we develop a new consciousness. That says we're okay. Consciousness is what contemplacion's about and it's what the shockers to sir about sir we hugh imbalances in the body in the mind the soul with an acceptance or an understanding awareness that our minds bodies and souls have been compromised. Somehow how healing takes place as we start to realize in the beginning. I'm not working. It's not working. it's not the life is not working instead. We are not working. Life will out of control for example now thinking and we have lost our way over. Become entangled blocked stopped sick suffering. We develop a disorder an addiction. Whatever it might be all be described as being blocked so those books would be called a thousand years ago. it'd be called up demon shuckers. Those would be the things stress. The demon shoppers. That would stop us from letting this energy flow and what we in contemplative intelligence is how to get that flow going again. We go beyond the imbalances and back to the nature of four. What nature intended so shuckers and contemplation already described as the bodies. Mine matrix they. They show us that something else besides just mere survival and mia problem solution is going on. So the primary shockers made from color root chakra through the heart. Mind body soul and up to the top where we have what we believe contemplative intelligence. I think it has shown us the study of all of this That this map is the way we get to transcend olympic systems. We get to transcend. Fight flattened freeze were sponsors of the downstairs of our brains
24 Shot, 6 Fatally, in Chicago This Weekend
"Chicago police reporting 24 people were shot in 19 shooting incidents across Chicago over the weekend. Six of the victims have died. Here's WGN's Ryan Burrow with that long to get a 34 year old man shot while on a sidewalk in the 7800 block of south roads early Sunday morning. Also Sunday morning, a 22 year old was found fatally shot in a gang way in the 100 block of North Lockwood. No arrests have been made in either of those burgers. Chicago police say officers were shot at in the 6200 block of North Campbell's Saturday afternoon while conducting a street stop. Those officers fired back, but nobody was hit. A person was taken into custody and the gun was recovered at the scene. Bryan Burrough, WGN NEWS
24 Shot, 6 Fatally, in Chicago This Weekend
"Chicago police report 24 people were shot in 19 shootings across the city over the weekend. Six of those victims died more on the numbers down from WGN's Ryan Burrow among the dead a 34 year old man shot while on a sidewalk in the 7800 block of south roads early Sunday morning. Also Sunday morning, a 22 year old was found fatally shot in a gang way in the 100 block of North Lockwood. No arrests have been made in either of those burgers. Chicago police say officers were shot at in the 6200 block of North Campbell's Saturday afternoon while conducting a street stop. His officers fired back, but nobody was hit. A person was taken into custody and the gun was recovered at the scene. Bryan Burrough, WGN
"lockwood" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Of at today and and let that an and come into the world with innocent is believing that anything is possible because us and that's not to say that the roads not going to be difficult. You're not gonna have to walk through storms and here that uncomfortable word no or whatever it might be Believe with the same excitement that you're sixteen or seventeen year old self. Did getting a high school where you're like. Oh the world is whether starting college or whatever it's like every when you're a senior at high school and you had like i haven't about to enter lay lay. That hold aren't to that kind of naive confidence and hold it with you Because when like this is so corny in cliche. But it's i've had to sort of take the long way around to get back to this the like if you believe in yourself. Anything as possible So just block out how hard the world tells you. It is an just do what you need to do. Awesome sage advice. Someone complementary in someone complimentary the other day. They were impressed with my inclination to just go for it. Which i had to develop over time but i think that kind of lose to what you're saying about pulling your own constraints stop holding yourself back lockwood we thank you for being with us and we love okay. Also i totally screenshot. i might instagram. This implicit but no thank you so much for having me on like i said it was fun to just kind of how we connected and sort of in the world of social media in the middle of covid I loved. I love y'all message. I think it's really cool. I don't think i haven't seen another podcast out there doing it. So yeah it was really fun to talk to you. Guys still hosted by kevin harrison lauren tasman created and produced by kevin harris. The content is copyrighted by the to all writers..
"lockwood" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"When harry met. Sally like i'm going to be forty eight years. You know i mean. I think that's one of those things that the stigma has gone away over time. But i think it's also gone away because of people like my friends who are like. Oh you don't wanna sign me. Right now watchmaker. Play the opry. Like just sort of and country music multiple times a year. So i was the opposite. See how horrible singer. I would sing in front of anyone for a time. I won't do it anymore. I was the kid that shot at the top of their lungs when they were doing the like children's choir thinking that they were helping. Yeah i was just religious shouting. You're you're helped. So what advice would you have for alarm joe question. What advice do you have for an aspiring musician performer. Probably the biggest one is not to take no seriously or personally nazi-era ticket seriously but not personally. Like i wish. I had taken a less personally early on. And just keep going another phrase that i heard I think it was at a bluebird show someone said being in music and really i think honestly this is probably anyone in the arts because the arts by nature is so volatile at times That being a musician in nashville is not. It's being priced cage fighter. It's not about throwing the toughest punch it's about staying in the cage long enough to throw the final catch and and i love that Like it's not about this isn't a sprint. This is meredith on because also you know yachts. I've started to make alex. I'm making an income at got fans i have all. I have a place in nashville and everything like that. But that's not. It's not like the end of a movie like this is something that i want to do for the rest of my life and so i think that whole marathon cage fighter metaphor is important. Not just to encourage you on the days where you feel like you're not making it but also to continue to encourage you even when you are making it to to always be working on yourself and bettering yourself and you never stop learning. Never stopped growing and especially in the arts. There's no it's not like we're trying to sell the math problem. There's one answer. There's always a new piece of art that can be created So keep going on lauren. Be one do the usual question. So one kevin. I actually met in grad school expert performance and to what you were saying about canada's stigma of age there's also been stigma and viewpoint regarding talent and you know if you have talent what that affords you versus..
"lockwood" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"That's that's been the depression in sort of have estrada dot was almost a blessing just in the sense of like it just reminded me and gave me not drive even more like on your toughest days. This season showed you that there really is nothing else you can do. So i tried to take that as the silver lining. I guess just sort of remind having that sort of almost like rebirth of just like nope. This is what this is. The only thing i can do or else i will just grow up in a ball. Whether way trade we relate because we were trying to decide to launch the podcast and it was the quarantine of kobe had us launch so we launched in may and the fill that void as you were mentioning absolutely. There has an i try to look at that. I mean not to underplay how economically devastating and n n just straight up the number of deaths and everything. But you know you're definitely have been some blessings like that. I'm actually in a weird way. Refining the banjo. I go through different. Seasons of if i'm touring i'm not necessarily writing a ton of writing. Not necessarily you know whatever. It is And so i've returned to the banjo and turkish. Kobe made me not like the. Yeah i mean. I think i just try. Yeah focus on positive Get pushed you to do the podcast. You pushed me to take my banjo playing to another level or whatever. It is like and silver linings. I'll take them anywhere. Find them right now. Think part of it. You is even just the the power right from a kind of psychological and physical Sense of being onstage stage. I years ago. I had a master's student who did his thesis on The experience of flow during an onstage performance for musicians and there was a lot of similarities to what we've uncovered in flow research. But one of the things he found was that the musicians all talked about the addictive part of flow. And you're you know that connection. You're striving for that connection. That helps you get immersed in that flow experience but it's also been used new chasing you realize you really need. Oh absolutely the end. The other thing. I was saying about you. You do get into a rhythm of it like being on stage and sort of almost giving into that flow and like letting it happen with the audience that is almost like playing an instrument in itself like Surge get.
"lockwood" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Cma fast wolf I have a love affair with with the cma. in general. george how i've got my health care and everything like just fall but cma festival it. It's like a giant summer camp or like high school reunion. It's become was so sad. Dementia for covid this year. But it's become like my favorite time of year over past year because Especially with the the new convention center. They set up these huge beautiful green rooms. And so you go. You run Someone every morning and catch up over breakfast. 'cause you both went on the road and haven't seen each other since like a tour stint or year before it's you may us for that acts But it's it's also zosson. You know it's like one of those things where you're running on adrenaline for four days. Especially like the very first year. I was in it. I didn't really have a touring. income yet. Was like three touring they just let me in. Because i had started working ours. Claims mother things so they kind of took a chance on me but so i was still a big part of my income was still from this house band. I played at downtown. So i will go straight from my cma. You know. Press junket or whatever it was. I was doing and then go straight and perform for a house man. So i was. I mean it was pay my bill but it was fifteen hour days. I almost feel kind of dumb. Like who voluntarily does that to themselves tonight. Learn how to better schedule my cell and everything like that. It's so much fun and the fans. I mean there's no and this is the way. Cma has been since it started in the seventies when it was called an fairly it is truly a groundbreaking festival and i've learned this. Now is i've been on the road now. Like i heard that but especially getting on the road. I realized the truth. It is a groundbreaking festival as connects the artist with the fans And there is no other vegetable like it in that sense. And i remember one of the most amazing moments was a girl came up to me probably my second year in the festival and she had driven. She tweeted at me and she had driven like thirteen hours from new jersey. I thank or however long that drive is because of my som- forgotten how to cry. Then she had listened to on repeated that whole year all she wanted to do was come up and tell me that that song had connected to her and she had needed that year and i just like i kept it together at the time but then i had to step into the green room and just cry. You know like that just to right now. You know like it..
"lockwood" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"It's almost cringe-worthy. When i think about how nervous i was like going to those initial writers rounds and just like hi I think in just not even at trying to make friends thin and Yeah i mean it was a it was rough but it also has led to relationships that are brock solid And gave me a lot of courage. Like i feel like even that i keep coming to the holy pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Apparently that's theme my life. I'm i really honestly believe that pushing myself to be uncomfortable. That early on was really a game changer. For me actually. Something that i had an interesting discussions with my parents about because they get worried times and not too much not had family in town so they knew that i wasn't just gonna follow a deep bend but there were where you know they were like. Do you want us to come out like how people shows so. It's also not taking away from your studies in like come with you. I actually pushed back and i went. No i actually. I don't think i'm going to grow if you all do that. All right. welcome to the still. And i'm your host govern harris macos. Lauren tashin high. Everybody and we're happy to have lockwood bar. She's a country music recording artists. Thank you for joining today. Thank you so much for having me so if you would tell us a little bit about who you are and kind of what you do right now on the wool five story. Yeah so. I grew up just outside of san francisco so not necessarily a hotbed for country music but i had i come from a very musical family. My mom grew up in nashville and was saying professionally. Time in Was younger and then. My dad was a banjo player. And in addition to being a businessman everything but so i actually play his banjo. I have his gibson. Rb two fifty. Nineteen seventy two with leeann nashville main instruments and so even growing up differences. Go i had a very country music. Bluegrass heavy childhood But it was. It was fun in the sense. Also that Really adm heavy culture too. i was a big musical theatre box with a lot of different sort. Eclectic influences sort of infiltrated my songwriting. I also loved an irish group called the chorus growing up. So it was just a smattering of everything And yeah and i grew up in a house where we had. I think we say we had. We have still like when i go home to visit. My parents like seventeen instruments in our house. You've got you can of beer for band jobs for guitars. I mean it should by moms dulcimer from the seventies because it was the seventy s in..
Houston police officer's body escorted to funeral home
"A police escort accompanied Harold Preston's body from the medical examiner's office to the Lockwood funeral home Chief Art Art surveyed Azevedo Let me start that over again, Chief Art Azevedo says. It's time for HPD to pause reflect and mourn this officer. I can tell you that How the outpouring of love that we've received from people of Houston. It's touching our officers Heart. Preston, a 41 year old HPD veteran, was shot and killed this week by an illegal alien during a domestic violence call.
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Read a book, you know book? To restore she marched up the road with him. Why had he insisted on walking with her his legs look shorter than hers. But his stride was obviously longer and she found herself almost running a little behind in the sea pulled up behind Street in the direction of department store behind which a car was parked when he'd hard to pick read some of her work. She said, yes with magic me to the cold fear had gripped her stomach an anonymous publisher abroad agent and even more bored reader. Yes off, but someone whom she would have to look in the eye or speak directly to on the phone or no. It was too late. She committed herself to make matters worse. She needed a p his paste did not slacken and each movement of old legs reverberating up into her bladder was agony. She should have gone in the restaurant, but she hadn't want to get up and walk away from the table knowing full. 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He always off of these mates playing rugby in the winter Cricket in the summer squash and Tennis. She was starting to think he was chasing his lost youth. It was a bit too much for a man in his forties to be chasing balls all the time to get back Harry. He had mentioned a number of women as they chatted at the table. In fact, he confessed to two Ex-Wives and a number of hangers-on. Although he didn't appear to be in a serious relationship with any of the latter. She didn't really want to become another notch on his headboard, but the sound peculiar glitch and how often allergy it made him seem all the more attractive and besides she had an ex husband and several eager hangers-on too and although she hadn't felt inclined to mention it a partner. She was living with Justin. Dewey's looked at him out of the corner her eyes. They headed into the department store. He had that rumpled look about him nor there was somewhat older than her and was a bit overweight. He carried himself. Well, there was a lot of dark brown hair swept back of his forward reaching down to his collar dark eyes with a complexion that was smooth and tanned. In fact, he looked remarkably like a younger version of Our Father which causes to stumble slightly as they approached the back entrance of the store. Cancel that. He grabbed her arm with one hand and placed the other on her waist. She felt a small shiver of anticipation Ripple through her. It's these shows. So these things I shouldn't have brought and I keep slipping off my feet. Fashion victim. Yes, look she said pushing the double doors open. You don't have to walk all the way with me. I'll see you to your car. I was going to do some shopping on the way home. So I might say goodbye now. Oh, okay, then sorry. I just thought I never mind. It's been really nice home. You must do it again. Yes, I enjoyed it, too. Which floor She hesitated before replying he wasn't going to leave her that easily five he followed her up the steps and she knew if she had got his chance and flexed her buttocks together which sent an Agony of movement through her bladder. Here. We are she fumbled in her handbag for the keys off. It's been wonderful you still in front of them. I've really enjoyed it. In fact, I haven't enjoyed myself so much for a long time. It has me to Thursday. She found her keys and fumbled for the lock. She wants you to put a barrier between them and the car door was as good any. She jumped into the seat around the window down, right? He leaned into the open window their heads flashed as she turned to cheat towards his puckered lips and he moved here so full on the mouth. Oh, sorry the best jerk their heads out of Harm's Way. Look call me. He said his eyes fixed intently on her face off. Yes, I will. Anyway, I've got to email some of my work to you. Yeah. No, I mean call me. Really I guess I will promise Harry watched them drive away a sporty green car small bits leg. She was intriguing and seemed amenable, but somehow he felt chastened. That was the end of that then it might is desperation seems so obvious what on Earth had possessed him. Showing me thought thinking of that bottom In Those Jeans as she slipped into her car. It been around women a long time made enough mistakes to know when he'd made another. She said she had a meeting that afternoon had to rush away. Not left him cold because she also said she wanted to do some shopping once he made a decision. There was a job to be done. So far that didn't seem to be moving quite the way wanted. Nevermind a little mature a while that was plenty of time. She was wanting to savor not to be rushed back home. He sent her an e-mail a good to put a face your words. Thanks for a lovely day. We should do it again soon. Looking forward to seeing more of your words down..
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Yep, she's not bad thought Harry as she peered over the top of coffee cup his eyes that sparkled as she speaks and her lips in fight a response. The sort that would look good all tangled up and framed by pillows. He lied to a casual look the soft flowers blue jeans. Not too much makeup off very little jewelry. In fact, he smiled inside as you remember the old joke if she was lying naked in a gutter saying take me take me. He'd find it hard to turn her down. This was a woman a real woman. He stood up to adjust himself to the little black chair on which he was perched suddenly conscious choice. He'd been sitting around too much hunched over a computer and was now worried about his / sync. They didn't really have a bit of belly or not from where he was sitting anyway, and now we no longer had a full length mirror in his bedroom. Always. Well, someone was coming off a few less pipes a bit of exercise. He would shed a few pounds and all would be well, perhaps we should be able to help him lose a little weight off the claim chair under his bottom and tried once again to get comfortable. He smiled as he sat down and vigorous exercise with her man. That would be all right. So have you send a manuscript to any Publishers yet? No, I'm waiting until it's finished. She said it needs quite a bit of polishing off and then without a pause. What's it really about anyway? She spoke softly as if she was preoccupied in some way not really concentrating. How are you this order to ignore what she was saying and blushed her on she was probably just a little shy after all it's not every day specifically made somebody who have only known by the internet may be talked about publishing. Not that he really knew very much about the business. Although we had written one book, but that was about the causes of crime. To refer that book had not found a publisher and on reflection. He rather wished it had never been written. He was now embarrassed to continue with the bravado had presented on his blog and by email. It's so popular crime coming from the horse's mouth would attract Publishers, like bees rather Honeypot. It was a disappointment to find that it wasn't like that. Nobody told her anything of this he plunged on throwing together on Snippets again from magazines conversations with friends radio and television documentaries change for my gushing amalgam of stories. He didn't say these Tales were about him just hoped that would be accepted in turn. She nodded smiled occasionally and Flash those eyes enough to keep up his momentum as he taught his mind was racing. He was kind of had this one his own self and lingered on the flash room fall of Saturn over the gentle Helix of her breasts as she breathed to moved. She had decided this French cafe with spindly chairs and barely filled plates with suitable for their first meeting. As it turned out he would have been pleased to take her into his local pub for a couple of pipes alarm plate of steak and kidney and the chance to bask in the admiring glances. He knew I should have come their way through the regulars maybe next time he wanted there to be a next time that was confirmed when she ran her spoon and the room of her plate and slash really sucked off the last shot of that chocolate mousse. How we took another long? Look at the woman across the table what her mother look like his mind played games for a moment's seeing her as she matured off the shape of a back the taking of a slight droop to the chin hair turning gray. He'd have to see her mother. After all daughters turned out to look just like their mothers and they behave in the same way. That was a little tricky to learn from too disastrous marriages. Look up the Mother-in-law she can tell you everything about the woman beneath those lustful desires as I finish the meal most lingering over coffee, you began to feel a sense of panic foreign. They both responded to emails as professionals each believing the album to have some useful information to impart. There's was not a chat line romance. They had not set out to find a partner. There was no see you on the corner Ducky on the one with the red carnations and enormous knob this meeting had never been intended. It had just happened. They were brother lived close to each other. He had made the suggestion. They should meet partly because he had hoped to gain some information will be useful but really and it just seemed like a bit of a laugh off a coincidence giving him an opportunity. That could not be ignored. It's a bit of food joke emails with him. Finally presenting the needs of meat for further discussion. Now they were together. What was that? You discuss it was now clear. They've had a little in common. He was like copper. She true. He wasn't sure what she was a writer perhaps he brought back on his chair off finding the legs scrape across the tile floor as you stamp. Both of his feet firmly back onto the ground to save himself from toppling open the chubby waitress through a checkered glanced at him as he taught him. I asked suddenly he felt very embarrassed. He didn't forward both sprawled across the marble top table a coffee cup fell over spilling the mega contents over the White surface. Can I he hesitated bouncing away through the open doors into the street to where the lunchtime crowds were scurrying back and forth in an endless stream. It came back to her looking directly into her eyes as long a moment. Can I read some of.
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Louise immediately spotted him. He was sitting at a table looking slightly uncomfortable in a jacket that had seen better days off a half-finished cup of coffee was in front of him and although it was a younger version had stared almost coquettishly back at her from the computer screen. It was downtown the same man. It didn't look like a hairy. But then what does that look like? She'd given up smoking several weeks before and immediately regretted the decision. She may now run too fast. A real sign so far, but she did feel hungry and hopefully you'd suggest lunch. They talked to rubbery talked and she listened not that it was an interesting. It turned out that he was an article about the business of writing and Publishing but her attention is where compulsively drawn to the menu. Have been almost half an hour since she'd had a mid-morning snack. Now she wondered should she have a steak sandwich with french fries and salad will go for the three-course meal which involved a rather tempting chocolate mousse for a while. She hedged her bet so say opened the conversation finally after much deliberation. They both decided to go for the business lunch main course starter or dessert. She was rather miffed at having to decide between the moose and a compote of wild mushrooms on puff pastry, but there was no competition really she said she liked to spoon around the bowl making sure she gathered up every conceivable remnant of chocolate. Just push the spoon thing. He coughed rather loudly are you from London originally or another migrant? Oh, yes. Sorry. I come from sorry originally printed over my parents still live there I go home every so often. That's funny. I once belong to a lodge down there. Sorry better get out in the open as soon as possible. But I've been a bit of part-time Freemason in the past. I thought what a coincidence her father was also a Mason. He had regaled the family rather unprofessionally with Tales of masonic Deeds past ten years or so, including the bearing of breasts rolled up trouser legs and something to do with the government will give a last may have been an old joke with family had always hoped his loose tongue wouldn't cost lives. It was a start of a wonderful tempestuous relationship..
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Just feel like your cultural system uses a lot of energy for the transportation of foodstuffs and also for the manufacture of chemicals dog. Used to control the monoculture that exists in these large farming conurbations and there are lots to statistics about the food miles that bed is products or various items of food traveled in order to get to your plate. And obviously if you grow it close to the point of consumption, you're saving a lot of fuel costs of moving it from the country into the term as a lot talked about the taste of locally grown food and people particularly those who are against the Exotic movement will say well, I can't tell the difference between the food the taste of the food that in part is to miss the point Urban agriculture supports a more sustainable production food and buy more constant management by creating more suitable soils with composting and the rest it's possible to reduce the amount of harmful pesticides. And those chemicals are very attractive to the agrochemical industry for this increasing evidence that they're not actually doing us all the world very much good that's the obvious a problem of pesticide chemical buildup in agricultural water runoff, but the use of urban and local farmers also eliminates the need for preservatives their products don't need a travel long distances, so they don't need to be preserved. So well, there are problems Urban soil my well being contaminated. It may well be contaminated by lead. For example on this or should always be tested if let is present increasing the pH will help to alleviate the problem and you can also bring that by phytoremediation. That's a growing Indian mustard or spinach. They will gradually remove the lid within the soil. There's also an economy of Iraq. Should be talking to somebody who's conducted a lot of research into the economies of high-density. Urban farming vertical Farms or stacked greenhouses many environmental benefits can be gained and this systems not only provide food. They also produce potable water from waste water and they can recycle organic waste back to energy and nutrients and obviously at the same time. They're reducing food-related transport to a minimum as with many of these schemes. They can work quite well provided the political initiative is there with the increasing growth of global companies many of whom have more power and influence than the nation states that they serve the marketing of new ideas, which conflict with their profits can often be very difficult. And because Urban Farm units are necessarily small and locally controlled. There's not dead. National or International political structures in place to present their cases effectively, but nevertheless there are several models which are working quite well..
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Right now. Two hundred and fifty million people are hungry and living in cities. Slowly our Architects are beginning to realize the need for a green environment at the very least in our cities if not, a productive green environment, but very importantly it's the whole notion of food security. Having access to nutritious food is very important. I'm with the world's population moving into cities. Then that need becomes even greater. Having these agricultural areas within our cities and around the edges expands the economic base of the city because not only are they producing that in processing packaging and marketing these products. An entrepreneur's come out of the woodwork and start doing things there are job opportunities and also at the same time. We have a reduction in our food, and produce products which are a better quality. Please open agricultural schemes provide employment and income and access to food for urban populations and without recognizing the importance of this Urban project off what I love to share the social benefits that emerged from Urban agricultural practices this better health and nutrition people are out there digging the the plan for one thing off. So that helps in their general fitness level at a very basic level, but there's also increased income and employment and food security to if you've got a bag of potatoes in the kitchen, you're okay for a while, aren't you? Very often growing things in the cities regarded as a somewhat informal activity, but in many cities where there's irregular or unreliable access to food, it's a constant problem on the urban agriculture has been very positive in able to help resolve. It also takes advantage of them and learned Community. Urban Farms can be quite efficient. Particularly, they help women to find work often those who are marginalized by finding employment in the formal economy and engaging women in these activities has proved to be very productive. Of course, the perennial argument is that arise are those of land ownership for instance just because it's Municipal jobs and doesn't give people the right some will say to use it to grow food. And so increasingly Urban agriculture's being included in local urban planning a very useful particularly in impoverished communities, and we need to move to another area and look at Energy Efficiency current wage..
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Two Digging for victory was vitally important. On both in the both in the United Kingdom and in America great quantities, great percentages of food were produced in small quantities in back God across the land and many places across the world during conflict small gardens have helped to maintain the population very often. They joined in communities month which were open to the public to provide space for the people to cultivate plants the food and also to allow space for recreation and community building and that goes on as well today. There are at least 100 Community Gardens in London in England. The Pea Patch in Seattle is also very successful and the Burma culture movement was influenced in the Rennaisance of urban agriculture throughout the world versus I was involved in these early attempts running Community Gardens in London, the most famous of which was on the South Bank beside Tower Bridge the William, just ecological part. I'm from those ecological Parks were developed Community Gardens City Farms grew up as well wage people began to realize how useful these areas of land could become and of course it's during wartime and depressions that we begin to realize and look at these different ways of farming way back in 1893 the citizens of Detroit, which was undergoing that depression at the time. We're off to use any spare bacon lots to grow vegetables. They nicknamed them pin gries potato patches after the name of mayor and the whole idea was all of us to produce income and food supply and also to boost the independence of the people in an area. It's estimated that there is at least 5,000 Acres of spare land which could be used to grow crops in New York City an area that's not renowned for its Open Spaces War has a tremendous effect upon people's morale and obviously the supply of their goods and equipment and machinery and food. And during the major world wars World War One 1914 nineteen and World War Two nineteen thirty-nine to nineteen forty-five off. The whole world was in some way or another affected and particularly places like Europe and North America where food on both sides of the Atlantic became scarce over five million plots were growing during the Great Depression in America producing five hundred million pounds worth of produce every year these Urban garden projects provided a purpose of job and food for those who would otherwise be without anything to do during those harsh times. And so they raise the spirits socially so by the time the second world war in America, particularly the war Food Administration had set up a national victory garden program. And in the United Kingdom there was dig for victory with everybody urge to do something. I think we've now got to realize that half of the world's population lives in cities and that's likely to increase eight hundred million people are involved in urban agriculture worldwide and they contribute to feeding Urban residents. And if you're poor and you live in a city, the chances are that you spend between forty and sixty percent of your available income on food. The world population is growing and by two thousand and fifteen twenty six cities in the world are expected to have a population of 10 million or more that means six and a half thousand tons of food have got to be imported into those areas every day. I'm.
"lockwood" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"You can talk about Urban agriculture that practice of cultivating and processing and distributing food in or around a village town or a city. You can also keep animals obviously as well as growing things aquaculture keep fish in ponds, even agroforestry and Horticulture wage and some of these might be in the Urban Fringe. We're really talking about here is food security making sure that the people that living in a particular area have enough food to defeat and it's accessible for them and to that they can enjoy growing them. We can all get involved in something like that. And the point is it increases the amount of food not available for people living in cities and it allows fresh vegetables and fruit to meet to be made available to Urban consumers close to where they live birth. Perhaps where they live and in addition it prevents monoculture. One of the things about Urban farming Urban agriculture is the biodiversity loss of the essential ingredients of urban agriculture is the biodiversity that's created because essentially your building in small units rather than Ambassador month and to some extent Size Doesn't Matter you may have an apartment or a small house in a city with hardly any Back Garden or yard as you may I say in America, but you can use all sorts of things. You can you can grow quite effectively using grow bags perhaps or even as somebody is suggestive hanging bags. You can hang on the wall or even that was termed bagriculture by a man Rudy zapper Martinez in Los Angeles way back in nineteen ninety eight now, there's no One simple method but we must just look at the history of it all as far as we sort of know to ancient Egypt and they're they use Community wage to feed Urban farming in Machu Picchu in Central America water was conserved and reused as part of the stepped architecture of the city and the vegetable beds were designed to gather son. In order to prolong. The growing season. Those principles can be adapted and used today in early the office in Century in Germany allotment Gardens were created as a response to poverty and food insecurity during World War One and.
Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive
"Our special guest is someone who was a legend in College Julia. L. Baba. High Girls! Thanks for having me. A brief rundown of Julian tennis career, she was number one in college as a junior Uva four time all American set a record at UvA singles with one hundred and thirty three wins, and then took her skills. Bro tour which is has been ranked as high as number three seventy two, so we want to talk about your career. Your Life, your tennis, story and kind of what's next for you because you're in New York I guess I. Where have you been for this whole pandemic? Have you been in New York or if you've been? So my father is a frontline health care worker in New York so I decided instead of like kind of staying away from him in the House I thought you know, let me just go to back to my. Stomping grounds at Virginia where things were kind of magical for me there i. just honestly they say best. Four years are in college and I never boating and when I actually went to school. I totally understood why they say that I can't get enough of that place. And I feel like many other tennis players that had attended UBA same way 'cause we were kind of all in quarantine together in Charlottesville from about mid March two up until a couple of weeks ago. We were kind of all. They're not necessarily hanging out, but we were all doing our thing in Charlottesville. Some people were hitting, but Just being there with so nice and The situation is a lot better there than New York is far as corona virus. So with regards to your college experience I. Mean I went to college for two years and I mean. You're clearly very excited talking about your college experience. What would you say like sticks out? What is it that you love so much about it? I just really appreciate a team environment of tennis and kind of playing for team. I actually that's the hardest thing I've been dealing with after call just kind of transitioning back to the individual lifestyle so playing for a team playing for your coaches, the school. The fans something about that was. Just brought me to life every day, and it was, it was beautiful and and also I'm a person that thrives in a situation where I have more than one thing going on multitasking so doing school with tennis I really that busy lifestyle, and that's kind of actually why. I started my own podcast as a way to have something else to juggle with professional tennis right now. It's a tricky time. I feel like especially. You just turned twenty six and you sound like you're still very connected to your college experience, but you did. Take your skills to the pro tour. Can you tell us where you're at in your career with tennis? Yeah so up. Until the beginning of two thousand, nineteen, I was going strong with competing traveling around the world. And then unfortunately, my body is very easily injured. I have a very muscular physique and it's just. Primarily like just genetics people think what are you doing, Jim that your body so muscular and strong like? Oh, you can ask my mom. But honestly I feel like the muscle mass. Mass! makes me more prone to injury and I'm actually now unhealthy but I was dealing with an injury for the past year. A torn UCLA in my right elbow, which is like You probably know what Tommy John. If you have to get surgery, it's Tommy John Surgery. But I didn't need that. Luckily I was actually ready to start competing again once. Quarantine hit sides kind of bad lockwood the timing. What's been one of the things that you've found other than the fact that you have to play for yourself now? I mean being on the tour is not easy. A lot of people just think that Oh. I was a good college player. You know now I'm going to just transition easily into the tour, but what was kind of the most shocking thing for you. Definitely the adjustment to just being on the road by herself. Obviously, if you know you're doing really well, you can bring a whole entourage and it's great. physios of massage therapists families all your support system, but also I Adore on court coaching. I it just really works well for me. And I get really tight and nervous on tennis court so having that coach during matches especially in college, I definitely thrived in that environment. So I'm actually very. Much like into trying to have coaching during matches in protest I think that would just be super cool. Tennis is like the only sport that doesn't have that like why.
NFL Week 8 Monday Night Football Betting Picks: Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers
"Welcome in to the the board podcast powered by Fox bet week eight Monday night football edition dolphins steelers y'all are pretty excited for which would be a barn burner of a football game I'm your host firm joined by my colleague coast the one the only pain insider lots of enthusiasm I'm trying pain I'm not a premature whistle blower like we saw in Nashville but I still haven't positive mindsets get this thing going believe it you can achieve it and it wasn't the results were looking for either the college or professional football rain six but we persevere we continue to plow ahead and no we have a long season left in front of us so as we do every Monday we'll start the good the bad and the ugly we of course Dr Chow waiting in the wings to break down what the JJ watt injury means for the Houston Texans and he'll update us and some of our favorite quarterbacks the pain. Let's go glass half full what did you see this weekend that had you excited and brimming with optimism where do we start so much Scott the forty niners because I always leave things are more impressive when prior to the game it's not supposed to look that way so we a significant professional money come in on Carolina so it makes the win even more impressive to me personally because I just feel like they exceeded expectation and I managed and I think we both did here right to avoid this game now we dead value is certainly on Carolina like numbers wise right when you look at the number got six six and a half earlier in the week like Mason Rudolph was catching that same number in his first start ever on the road so value is I get it but I think we talked Thursday which is like a horrific matchup right Carolina doesn't have left tackle Bosa continues to like full-blown just eat out there I think he's got the highest pressure rate he's on pace to set the highest pressure rate for any rookie in NFL history right now kyle kind of talked about this the one above it average pass defense he played he struggled against earlier in the season which was Jacksonville the forty niners would obviously be even tougher than that he was the most inaccurate quarterback in terms of completion percentage expectation of sixteen percent below expectations the worst so far this week and we saw that at there wasn't very good can't stop the run we talked about that Cohen Short once he went out for the season and there was a big check mark there offensively from what I'm what I'm seeing from the forty niners is is Kyle Shanahan is just ahead of his time with what he's doing even though it's very basic right it's I think he's in this concerts jokingly kind of the real inventor of the exotic smashmouth right the ball is just like spread around there's all these interchangeable parts wide receivers are getting handoffs but like at its core it's very simple offense and I think the scary part here todd is like you look or seven and no right now in the NFC but they're without their left tackle there without the right tackle there without their versatile full-back call us check and I think I could wrong about this and it's probably not worth the money was paid but I feel like Jimmy G. has another gear that we haven't seen yet either which makes this forty-nine seem really scary well and I think some of that's got to be by design if you're Kyle Shanahan why reveal all your cards when you don't have to right now and then there's no doubt that Jimmy G. High profile passing attack is somewhere there I imagine as they can can you to build chemistry with Emmanuel Sanders able to get into the end zone and his forty niners debut it makes his team even scarier and I know pain we don't talk a lot about futures here because guys don't have access turn prices and you Never WanNa do hyperbole but right now when you look at the NFC or the forty niners the team to beat the more complete package outside of experience levels than the New Orleans saints tough to you obviously love with the saints are doing especially defensively that front seven has really taken another step I do feel like whoever gets home field advantage because the saints home field advantage so massive you'd give the you'd leaned that way with ever team had home field advantage certainly the games get a little bit tougher here in the next few weeks off for the forty niners so we'll see what they're made of but man ah X. still kind of leaned saints especially if they were the team that got home field advantage going to be interesting NFC playoff picture definitely a number of teams on their best day more than capable of putting up crooked numbers and more importantly getting stops on the defensive side but aside from the forty niners pain or are there any other teams and our individual performances that really stood out to you Daniel Jones right if you're a giants fan you have to pretty encouraged in whether you could've met seventeen or six I mean that's it's kind of a relevant at this point you know and I liked I saw accuracy wise again delivered a completion percentage five and a half percent greater than expectations four touchdowns no picks and I think that that last part there with the no picks is really impressive when you look at how aggressive he was six most aggressive quarterback in week eight so far obviously two games tonight but of all the quarterbacks that have played so far six most aggressive and the other thing is when you look at how he's doing it right now in general young quarterback he's been pressured a shit ton right forty six percent of its drawbacks pressured on the season most in the NFL among qualifying quarterbacks and he's this young young he hasn't flinched yet so I I really like I think you have to be happy for your giants fan of what the future could be with Daniel Jones so fantastic performance although in a loss did did get back door there so I know a lot of giants backers were happy that was the sharp side again closed five and a half some places so Daniel Jones got the pros money and look good again that he did one ill advised throw cost him dearly early in the game came back up the fumble yeah it was the fumble that probably could have gone I mean you it's a turnover no matter how you slice it but interception fumble just not sure he's doing it to throw but for anybody to watch that game was interesting there was a bad penalty at the tail end of the first half where the giants allegedly rough the ultimate leads the three for the lions and changed the dynamic a little bit in that context wonder if the giants would have actually had a chance to win that game outright if things had played differently but for alliance do nothing but bad luck I guess they wrote a break or two in that extra appointments made things a little wonky to some of the decision making it the nail to me how to chase a two and it's one of those things where you just start chasing points and you open that Pandora's box and if you don't convert things continue to create that downward spiral but a good performance from Daniel Jones you mentioned his second career game over three hundred yards four touchdowns then a nice job against a depleted lions secondary with the good I want to add one other into it of course it was in a losing effort Mike Evans yet again puts up Gargantuan numbers eleven catches hundred ninety eight yards and two touchdowns but one of those things that I'm not quite sure why the bucks don't look for Evans and crunch time when he was the stat stuffer all game long and the titans apparently had no answer in their secondary starting to get doubled a little bit dried movement of the slot to get them open and got doubled again so you know he had forty four percent of the buccaneers area are gesture die but obviously not enough however no you want to praise him and you probably didn't turn on the game quick enough but he did have the bad drop on the opening drive in the end zone the bucks were forced to settle for three instead of seven I did I did see that drop bring it up I do want to ask you about that when you throw through a little bit of congestion I know Matt Melons in your hands catch the ball all right so I wanted to find out so you your opinion is now well documented around Mike Evans if you're going to be elite God damn elite all right so that that's where I'm going with it was just really annoying game not going to complain right side wrong result and you go into halftime with the two hundred fifteen yards seventy one yard edge you trail that's a problem and then I thought we were gold right you fight your way back you blow you get up six late in the third quarter and then you know you hope officials can do their job good for Devon white by the way rookie did a fantastic job there sniff out fake laid to feel them out it was like a WWF and I believe they're wwe now but I'm old so wwf like a clothesline he just sent the snapper into orbit there in the all clearly comes out its return for a touchdown of course they blow their whistle so you can't you can't review it and it was a turnover on downs anyways because it was fourth down so said of a seven air when bucks up three with under Ford ago we were still down four in the problem is that you know you're not gonna your situation where it's four down territory or not kicking field goal to cover the spread for the good guys chase kicked to feel go forty eight yarder right through the UPRIGHTS two minutes to go get outta dodge with a one point loss single text bruce and eh lepers no team bet the board it's all about covering the number not winning games outraged good guy might have done it now if the good come the bad and this one is tough for me to kind of put down pain because I think they were very good for three quarters but it's the kind of game that you have to win on the road you're at the tail end of it's been a mammoth road trip the Oakland raiders finishing the game against Houston Texans were nearly two yards per play better as far as net is concerned and you look they did give up some penalty yards and everything else they had the football a lot less but they had an excellent chance to win the game on the road they outscored in the fourth quarter and to Shawn Watts and make some let real place to get the Texans the outright victory Deshaun Watson in Hopkins it's like the Russell Wilson Lockwood combination those two geysers like carrying goddamn franchise right now because Bill Brian is just continues to be a mess anyways I hate being singular play guy but you're one and you have a chance to kind of I don't WanNa say ice the game with your offense but certainly go up eight or if you decided to be a savage go for the to to put it up nine and there is a plan like second and six from the Houston twenty four in Gruden calls a run play and you'll lose a yard and now you're backed up to third wall and then you Veasley incomplete there and and you settle for a field goal only go for I love Josh Jacobs but the Texans Defense is superior against the run than it is pass in the Texans secondary isn't link absolute shambles with injuries right and they were down another starter who got injured in the game and as an offense you got tyrone Williams back and Jones who you trade four finally like kind of got into the fold now that he understands the offense after you were healthy as you've been at receiver like virtually all season attack the weakness man put it in the air instead then do that in that one specific drive could've put him up potentially two scores if they'd went for two and you rely on your defense against Watson and you got burn so to me there is some some mismanagement there was some playcalling late in that game as you kind of alluded to but they did blow sure well you mentioned mismanagement pain and it's funny you use such a word choice where do we want to go to Chicago bears and how they handled their performance against the chargers so I didn't watch the game because I couldn't dedicate enough time to it I'm GonNa go back and actually watch today it's one of those games that was really intriguing to me because guys that uh yeah I work with love the charger so much and they with the chargers plus four and a half and plus four I didn't see it so when there's games that's where my guys like adamant that this is the side and I don't see it myself on my I gotTa really pay close attention to this and because I have add I can't do that with like watching games so two one on and watch today but as I'm like tracking the play by play and now that I'm like looking at the data we just download it charges were not decide and we had this debate all week long and you may see something different but the charges were not decide but I'll let you share what you saw from the data I mean I'm just looking at just like two hundred and thirty one total yards of offense in the year two thousand nineteen on the road and you're only getting what would have been like three point two closing number I don it doesn't look like just by all the data that that was the right side
"lockwood" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Now Lockwood Wilson little way down the ice yeah but you will get the first penalty killers out there with fifty two seconds left in the woods power flood here they come loose got a piece of his van gentle step in the heroes have a hunt came out well over engineer comes Laker at center ice they come I will lock woody cuts the little lock would wait suede's hands it off this Laker he's in one of the lay and Parker run a background Senate now the lancers will approach the Michigan line Parker comes in and I hands it off the Friesen he cuts the Littles send hate living out the top of the booth and hill a grab that box is it hard to play the game like this when you're out to the public by so many I think it's really get the full effect especially goaltenders not seeing a lot of Robert here tonight got to think could be a little cold back there but so far so good for Michigan here especially with this defense playing so stifling do you get into bad habits I think that's one thing that you really want to avoid here today of course being the preseason game a kind of the the key is just to focus on what goes good today and build on that because in the next week it ready for the regular season now then one of the bright Natalie boxy comes any Bose right out in front then the was fall down again what to Bobby a hooking call ran out in front and the penalty on.
Fed lowers interest rates for first time since 2008
"Thing going in depth here on the fed to reserve board cutting interest rates by a quarter point today the first time since two thousand eight John Lockwood is which interviews Burford and brothers so the fed the influence what we call monetary policy by a change in interest rates and then also buying or selling bonds so in today's case we're talking about a rate reduction in so what that means is that the fed reduces interest rates it's a less expensive for you and I to go out and borrow money well let's talk about the effect of that on home ownership in the mortgage industry because that ofcourse is the biggest thing you'll probably ever take out a loan for absolutely it's the biggest loan we hope that we ever have right student loans are now becoming a big second place right so the fed interest rate affects both mortgages in student loan so really what you look at is the fed rate we caught the benchmark rate so that's the rates that banks go to the federal government to borrow money act so that rate is now at two to two and a quarter percent so the costs the bank two to two and a quarter percent that they're gonna turn around Lynn that money to us for a higher rate right so the banks are earning that spread between what it cost them to acquire the funds in what they can earn by lending it to consumers so is the idea that this will stimulate the real estate market and it is yeah so the whole objective to lowering rates is to increase the money supply in other words to allow for us to borrow more in spend more right because the more we spend the faster in the quicker our economic engine turns right so in other words consumer spending accounts for about seventy or call it two thirds of the overall economic output right so it's really important that consumers have money in their hands in there by and stuff for the economy to keep rolling forward and so talk about the impact on credit card does this have much of an impact on credit card that it will it essentially if the benchmark rate goes down a little bit then all the other rates will fall in line so if rates go up a little bit be influenced by the fed then interest rates will go up all we cross the line that starts the fed to the banks to the consumer right so the consumer credit card that the student loans in the mortgages they will all fall in lockstep with that benchmark rate sold a quarter point cut is what happened today it's not a major influencer and that's why we saw the financial markets actually react negatively right they initially thought a a quarter point rate cut that means more supply in other words if you're a corporation it's less expensive for you to capitalize or to invest into the business and grow your company so you really a rate cut is what we call a tail wind or a boon to stocks but today the market looked at and went wait a minute it's only a quarter point cut is there more coming in the fed chief didn't hint that their future rate hikes ahead in so Wall Street sold off today yes John Lockwood with Jenna these Burpham brothers and he'll have another look the stock market
Fed lowers interest rates for first time since 2008
"Nine thing going in depth here on the fed to reserve board cutting interest rates by a quarter point today the first time since two thousand eight John Lockwood is which interviews Burford and brothers so the fed the influence what we call monetary policy by a change in interest rates and then also buying or selling bonds so in today's case we're talking about a rate reduction in so what that means is that the fed reduces interest rates it's a less expensive for you and I to go out and borrow money well let's talk about the effect of that on home ownership in the mortgage industry because that ofcourse is the biggest thing you'll probably ever take out a loan for absolutely it's the biggest loan we hope that we ever have right student loans are now becoming a big second place right so the fed interest rate affects both mortgages and student loans so really what you look at is the fed rate we caught the benchmark rate so that's the rates that banks go to the federal government to borrow money act so that rate is now at two to two and a quarter percent so the costs the bank two to two and a quarter percent that they're gonna turn around Lynn that money to us for a higher rate right so the banks are earning that spread between what it cost them to acquire the funds in what they can earn by lending it to consumers so is the idea that this will stimulate the real estate market and it is yeah so the whole objective to lowering rates is to increase money supply in other words to allow for us to borrow more in spend more right because the more we spend the faster in the quicker our economic engine turns right so in other words consumer spending accounts for about seventy or call two thirds of the overall economic output right so it's really important that consumers have money in their hands in there by and stuff for the economy to keep rolling forward and so talk about the impact on credit card does this have much of an impact on credit card that it will it essentially if the benchmark rate goes down a little bit then all the other rates will fall in line so if rates go up a little bit be influenced by the fed then interest rates will go up all Waycross line that starts the fed to the banks to the consumer right so the consumer credit card that the student loans in the mortgages they will all fall in lockstep with that benchmark rate sold a quarter point cut is what happened today it's not a major influencer and that's why we saw the financial markets actually react negatively right they initially thought a a quarter point rate cut that means more supply in other words if you're a corporation it's less expensive for you to capitalize or to invest into the business and grow your company so you really a rate cut is what we call a tail wind or a boon to stocks but today the market looked at and went wait a minute it's only a quarter point cut is there more coming in the fed chief didn't hint that their future rate hikes ahead is a Wall Street sold off today yes John Lockwood with Jenna he's Burpham brothers and he'll have another look the stock
"lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Going to join a John Lockwood from Genevieve's Burford, and brothers talking more about business news Christina. I were just talking a little bit earlier before you joined us, John, this, this, this, this, escalating war with, with China. China, the trade war, it's not going to go away anytime soon. And I think we thought when it started. Well, okay, this is a one week event and it's a one off event. But there's no indication when you look at the markets. Yeah. No way this issue. Trade is a very complex and you know, and it's not something that can get done quickly. And we've seen that play out over the first or five months of the year. You know, I remember back in January. A lot of thought, hey, this trade deals actually gonna get done. And it looked like signs are pointing that? Yes, you know, we were on its way to, to get there. But Wall Street's been hammered the last couple of weeks. Yeah. Absolutely. In fact, just in the month of may the mar-. They s and p's down nearly four percent. Right. Is investors come to the realization that this deal isn't getting done anytime soon? And looking at some of the bigger impacts that's going to have, and especially when consumers when the price of goods goes up, we're, we're gonna pay for that. We've been talking about shoes the price of shoes already already that are going up. And then, of course, you know the. Agricultural goods as well. Yeah. Exactly. Because we're going to see that at the store, right? We go shopping, we're going to be paying more for all the products that we're importing. So overall market is pointing to a kind of a flat open today and interesting. Burger King saw an eighteen percent increase in foot traffic and their locations that were offering the impossible burger meatless, right? This plant based protein kick is really taken off. And we're starting to see that now in the fast food sector. So that's really interesting impossible foods is the supplier for Burger King's plant based protein, Patty and they just recently raised three hundred million in its latest round of funding. So that certainly is an interesting space that investors will be eyeing well as we get often running here on Tuesday in a few short minutes. The Dow futures are pointing slightly, positive Dow futures have about twenty five s. P futures up a dollar twenty or sorry..
Freedom Party, Europe And Austria discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Just a few weeks ago. Things were looking rosy for Austrian politician, Heinz, Christian stock. Mr. struck has hard, right. Freedom Party had been ruling in a governing coalition and he was the country's vice chancellor and heads. The his- at a campaign event for the upcoming European elections. He spoke from a beer tent about some of his favorite themes must see fit into human, and I'm. With a beer glass in front of him. He railed against immigration saying it causes massive development failures. He said, natives or ancestral, people becoming a minority in Austria, that the country, did not want is limitation. Now his career has taken a nosedive. He was seen in video. It was a sting was filmed covertly in twenty seventeen and it's all happening beef or so. It's become known as the beef scandal. He's discussing the possibility of illegal donations from woman who claims to be the niece of a Russian oligarch Emiko Voy is a senior editor of the economist, and was recently reporting in Austria. And there was also some of the rubber dunk stuff about controlling the media in this being part of a deal in return, the state contracts in the wake of the scandal. The Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots dissolved the coalition government by calling for elections in September. The government has fallen apart effectively. It has. Collapsed because the Freedom Party was the minority party propping up the conservative party in government in Austria. So the Israeli government that is now having to go forward to hold new elections. And we'll see what happens then. So this, right. Wing party. That was propping up. The coalition government has now got itself into some very visible trouble what happens now. The interesting thing about story is that you had is very charismatic young leaders best in courts, taking over one of those traditional parties Austrian conservatives, typically, these are the kind of policies having difficulty at the moment and having these populist challenges across Europe. Would he did reach out to the Freedom Party, which is pretty hard core is much better to bring these guys into government? We can sort out things to the satisfaction of the broad centre-right and further. Right. The problem now is that has been up Salih torn asunder to presumably in the forthcoming. Elections than the Freedom Party this far right? Party will do extremely poorly, and perhaps, the, the conservative party will get an outright majority. I think it's quite difficult for conservatives to get that, right. Majority struggled for years, but was needed coalition partners, the Freedom Party. We simply don't know you would say, wouldn't you, this is one of the great pratfalls of political drama, in Europe, but let's not forget, they do have a very strong base very strong in certain parts of Austria, and also Australia, bit defiant, and often when they find that they've got a leader, whatever their political taste, the basal leader under pressure as often stood very firm. It's not absolutely clear that being hugely embarrassed once figure is gone destroys your vote Sebastian could However, I think, will not want to go back into a coalition with these guys really has had his fingers bird. And what about beyond Austria as we head into the European parliamentary elections, will this story have resonance for all of those people thinking? About other populist right-wing hard line parties. I think the kind of nuanced populism that's to in courts represents still has a lotta vote here across Europe. And don't think it's on the way, the European elections of probably getting to suggest that what does it mean it means coming up with solutions of possible solutions to immigration and asylum crises, which you, usually about keeping the people who want to come quite a long way from Europe's borders, and particularly the borders of its inner state. So it can mean trying to do deals to keep them just at the edge of the broader e you. But I think that way of taking some of the language of hatred and stripping away, leaving that to the fall reut was same time, you preach pragmatism, but you really try to clamp down on the numbers coming in. I do think that is the politics. The is gaining in salience across Europe. That election to the European parliament begins tomorrow with all twenty eight European countries. Voting over three days. In the five years since the last elections, nationalist parties like Austria's, Freedom, Party have seen their fortunes rise. But one feature of the last few years in Europe has been the growth of extreme parties on the right. And, and on the left particularly on the right. I suppose Chris Lockwood is economists Europe editor you see in Italy, the Northern League Lega becoming a much more powerful force in politics, you see in Spain, the rise of this small new, vox party in Poland shift to the conservative party of law, and Justice, and so on, and so forth. So it's to be expected in these elections that you will see a bit of a tilt in the European parliament towards the far. Right. Does that mean that the sort of overall tilt of the parliament itself will we'll be to the right? Do you think I think this has been rather exaggerated? If you take the combined forces of what you could call the nationalist right if you define those parties as being one. That are outside of the mainstream existing parties. I wouldn't expect them to gain more than forty or fifty or maybe sixty seats which is a sizable number. But remember that the European parliament is seven hundred fifty one strong. You say this rise in the sort of extreme parties, isn't quite so worrisome as, as some might think. But I mean, do you think it's election kind of takes the temperature of the, the you as a whole? Well, that's a very interesting question. I don't want to underestimate what's going on here, you are seeing forces that previously were not in mainstream politics, taking bigger rose in national parliaments, and bigger roles in the European parliament. So that does matter because it also requires the parties, particularly on the center right shifting a bit to the right in order to fend off that challenge. So, so there is an impact, and it's a response to a number of things one, the continued depression of wages and the hangover from the European Europe. Crisis of two thousand and ten to eleven and before that the worldwide credit crunch of two thousand eight hundred words the fact that Europe did receive an enormous number of migrants coming out of the Middle East, and that's led to a tremendous backlash in quite a number of countries. So these are genuine things that are genuinely happening in their, they're shifting politics to certain extent in a right with direction. So does it seem to you, then that people are kind of losing faith in the EU as an institution? No. It didn't think so actually, if you look at all the polling, it suggests that support for the EU is rather high levels. Of course, it went down during the economic crises pass those not the economies are in a fantastic state, but economic growth is returned unemployment has come down. And of course, you have the experiment of Britain Britain vertically leave the EU and has got himself into a tremendous mess ever since not able to decide quite what the mechanism for leaving would be. Be not being able to form a consensus on when and how to do it. And as a result every other country where there have been. Exit type movements of old hundred around. Maybe it isn't such a great idea. So the fascinating thing is that despite all of the problems that Europe's been through maybe even because of them because it was seemed to have just about survived them. People have come back to thinking, well, maybe this organization isn't so bad after Chris, thank you very much for your
The strain in Spain: an election looms
"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. In Japan policies and attitudes. That took hold after the second. World War have repercussions that still affect day to day life this week the government at last apologized to tens of thousands of people who were forcibly sterilized in post-war eugenics. Push our correspondent talks to one of them. And the rebuilding of Japan after the war took on an almost military quality as soldiers swapped uniforms for suits. That's made the country's work ethic. Famous notorious even as a new emperor ascends next week. Japanese employees are getting extra time off work to celebrate. But they're not sure they wanted. First up though. 2017 Spain's wealthy semi autonomous region of Catalonia made a push for independence. And former that sheet or the no. That unconstitutional referendum. It voted to break away from Spain. Madrid soon crushed secession bid. But the on issue was far from over it helped trigger this Sunday's general election, the third in little more than three years Spain's, prime minister. Pedro Sanchez called the snap poll in February that those cleaness. Another econ seem worst after a crushing defeat in parliament all Kombucha that up a lower than yours. Equa- his minority. Socialist government had depended on support from small regional parties, including the Catalan nationalists, but they voted with Mr. Sanchez's right wing opposition to reject his twenty nineteen budget plan. His government was paralyzed. The coming election is supposed to break that impasse. But the political landscape remains a fractured. The simmering cuddle on crisis, looms, large, still and Europe is looking for a stabilizing force in uncertain times. Spang goes to the polls on Sunday, the twenty eighth, and it's a very important election because you have another European country that is plunged into real political crisis. Christopher Lockwood is our editor for the Los Eero Spain's been led by government that any had twenty four percent of parliament's, very weak minority government and the prospect after this election is you still went to have a majority and we've seen this pattern happen quite a lot in Europe in Germany. It took many months to form a coalition Belgium had terrible problems putting together Italy the same. It's a growing problem. The fragmentation of political parties in Europe. And I think we're about to see on Sunday a nasty new case of it in Spain. So what do you expect the outcome of the election to being do think Mr. Sanchez will be able to hold onto power? I think that the socialist party which currently forms the minority government will again emerge as the largest party. But it will be very well short of having a majority and the real problem is that there are no. No, viable poss- to a stable code shouldn't at the moment. And the reason for that is the political spectrum has fragmented with the entry of a couple of new parties until recently Spain essentially had two big parties since left in the center right party. But what you've seen is the entry of radical left party Damus a party more or less than the center called the Donoso the citizens party and now about to enter parliament for the first time a fairly far, right? And he migration party cools. Vox on the problem is when you've got five twenty parties in parliament, none of them can form a coalition very easily because none of them seem to want to work with each other. So the danger is that you'll end up having some very inconclusive coalition negotiations fully by another election. If you have another election this year as many people are predicting that will be the fourth of action in four years. This is not a happy state of affairs. But as you say Spanish politics has not always been this way. What's driven all this fragmentation? Well, a couple of things I think clearly one was financial crisis followed by the year is in crisis and this hit Spain very hard. Indeed that led to a demand for new parties to come and solve the problem. If you like, but then the other thing that changed in Spain was the emergence of Catalonia and separatism there as a political issue. So it brought back onto the table. The problem of nationalism in Spanish politics. This takes you all the way back to Franco, of course, early in the Spanish, civil war body parts of it was precisely for over Catalonia and tempted succession there, and none of this has gone away. There has been a tension between Catalonia and the center founders of years, but it had been hoped that it was sort of put to bed then that all changed with demands by Catalina have an independence referendum and then actually declare independence. Both of those things were not permitted under the current constitution. As a result of which the independence that they unilaterally declared was decreed illegal with. Oppressed by direct rule from Madrid. And the people who promoted it put in jail, they're now being tried and nine of them face the prospect of extremely long jail sentences, which again, but devils the whole political atmosphere and also poisons relationships between a number of the stabbing parties and what about outside Spain. How much do you think this election matters in terms of European stability? Well, it will be engine to see what happens with vox, FOX gets taken into a coalition. I didn't think was very likely, by the way. But it could if that happens that will clearly send a lot of shivers down European spines because it will just to mate taking into power of other right wing parties. I think more likely is that Spain will just continue in this rather unfortunate period of political paralysis that's going through. And I think that's bad for Europe in a different way. The reason is that Europe needs more strong countries. Traditionally Europe was run by sort of Franco German access and one of the great strengths of having Britain in the EU. Is to certain extent balancing third power between those two having something to say to both countries to the Germans to be like Germany and apostle of the free market and sound budgetary principles. But also to the French preserving the importance of national foreign defense policies in particular certain sort of sovereigntists attitude towards the way things were done in Europe. Now Britain's leaving the you'll says it wants to leave the and people would like to know we'll be another power to balance out the Franco-German access and Spain sometimes suggested could have been one of those that seems very unlikely if it remains paralyzed it's the calm bit has terrible problems and now political problems. So I think that instability in Spain, you know, robes Europe of another potentially valuable additional actor, Chris. Thanks very much for coming in my pleasure.
Coaches accused in bribery scandal wielded outsize authority
"It'd be it'd be nutso to not start with this college admission scandal because I really don't get it. I know Laurie Laughlin is some say Laughlin, I say Laughlin who knows who Felicity Huffman is I didn't even know they had daughters to be honest with you. And I know that the the full house was the one lady in the other lady was like a desperate housewife. And then suddenly you're going to prison like the FBI arresting them. What what the hell happened and how brought his this thing. The FBI has recently uncovered accused bribery scandal that's been happening with universities across the United States. It's not just one college. It's it's a variety of different schools. And basically these celebrities we've heard Laurie Lockwood Hoffman. Sam in the news, just because they are the most famous, but other hundreds of people who have bought into this bribery scheme who are paying university coaches to accept their students under the guise that they're an athlete when the student is really not an athlete. They've never played a sport in their life. Parents are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to help someone take the SAT or the ACT for their child. So that they can get a good enough sports to get into these schools. They're paying for test proctors to change the results after the fact and really just pay millions of dollars to get into a college that they would not have otherwise been accepted into based off of their merits now. You know that I'm not as smart as pretend and I'm watching this unfold. And if your child isn't smart enough or has studied hard enough or whatever to pass the tests and get the scores and have the GPA and do the community service where the hell it takes to get into these universities. If you pay to get them in aren't the invariably gonna fail aren't they is it just about prestigious it just about. Hey, look, it goes to Harvard or Berkeley or USC is that really what it is. I think the problem is that in our culture college has become so much of an assassination in order to get a job that students think once they get into the college. They don't have to work anymore there, then entitled to a certain job title, a certain income level and everything once they get into the university. But that's not the case on your completely. Right. That not only as an embarrassing that parents are buying their children's way into college. But they're really doing their kids a huge disservice. Only are they teaching them that hard work doesn't matter. But they're not going to be setting their child up for failure because their emission standards at any college for a reason if you can. Can't get a certain score on your SAT. You probably won't be able to keep up with the academic rigor at some of these universities. It's a very important point reform dot org. Make sure you go there. So the way that it it specifically allegedly reportedly worked is like Lori Lafon her family. Her husband is a family would contact the coach and say, hey, my daughter doesn't do crew. But how can you accept her on crew? Now would the coach didn't have to give a scholarship to or just say I want this person. Don't worry about her scores. She's important to my teams. I mean, what what am I what are we talking about here? So the way I understood it mean, I've heard it reported in the news is that there was a middleman consultant involved. So the people bribing their way into college probably weren't talking specifically to the university officials are employee's. They would go to this middleman. And he would he would help them facilitate that I'm not completely sure if they were scholarships involved, I, sir. Hope not really be pouring salt in taking it away from deserving students right in regards to Laurie Laughlin specifically I did hear that their family had submitted pictures of their daughters on indoor rowing machines to show that they were training or krill had really never done crew in their entire life, which is embarrassing. It's pathetic. There's so much wrong with that picture. I couldn't agree with you more. Now, what is your daughter's name Jade is that what it is a Libya is her daughter is been getting watercress. Her name is Olivia. She is a social media star as you would say. The part that really bothers me about hurry Baldwin in. It is she posted a video maybe a month or two before she went to college saying that she did not want to go to swallow her parents wanted her to go to school. And the only reason she wanted to go to college was to get the quote traditional college experience. I'd go to parties. There you go. Not only did your parents bribe away into school, but she took a spot from another student who might have wanted to go to participate in the academic part of college. And all she wants to do is go party. And let's get real about this. She has about a million and a half follow or something like that. She has monetize her channel Sephora or Seth Rodman how to pronounce it has just. Right. Just dropped her because of the scandal. So the parents in the attempt to get prestige. So they could say a Libya goes to the school or that schoolers or whatever have now honestly taken away the living that she was already making. She didn't need college. She was already, you know, somebody who was doing something that didn't require that degree or didn't require a doctorate. So they honestly only hurt her the first way by by pretending she's smarter than she is had better grades than she did and getting into a school taking a slot from somebody. They've now taken away her living. How stupid another question, but I'd love to hear your opinion as a young person seeing this unfold this girl would have been so much better. Not being involved in this at all. Yeah. I completely agree with you. And the problem is that every single person thinks they absolutely need to go. Get a college degree to be successful. Which is it should not be the case. There are plenty of jobs. Whether you want to go into a specific trade or whether you want to be an entrepreneur that allows you to succeed without college. But because we as society how this idea that a college degree entitled. To something we see parents forcing their children to go to school. And in the case of this scandal hurting, their children in the process by one teaching a terrible terrible lesson to really hurting this girl's career in all of these students futures because whether these children you about it or not, you know, maybe their parents told them their parents didn't tell them to reflect poorly on a student and haunt them for the
10,000 march in Edinburgh as protests follow President Trump to Scotland
"Chiro protests in scotland today as president trump golf course intern barrett demon security at ten protesters managed to get close enough to shout at the president from the beach thousands taking to the streets of eta breath the writing message you're not welcome sky news reporters sally lockwood president trump meets monday in finland with russian president putin president trump's handling of the alleged russian election meddling is getting bipartisan criticism statement from senior republican senator john mccain says in part quote despite repeated warnings the kremlin's efforts to weaken our institutions have continued unabated with insufficient action taken by the administration jillian turner dozen russian officers were indicted friday for their alleged role in election meddling fox news we report you decide summer days are long and there was more daylight and that means there's more light shining on your carpets and flooring you can see all the dog hair and the dirt which is bad enough on its own but what about the germs and bacteria you can't see you no one wants that and there's an easy way to.
Soccer, Mike Pompeo and Japan discussed on Programming
"News radio i'm rob dawson as rain is falling crews are gearing up for another mission in thailand rescue the remaining members of the boys soccer team and their coach and a cave the divers that are assisting the boys have come from all over the world diva's from resin from china there are firemen from the czech republic it is an absolutely extraordinary at the sky news is sally lockwood for the boys have been rescued so far delaware democratic senator chris coons is questioning how much actually got done during president trump's summit with kim jong un last month by concern is that president trump unilaterally gave away doing military exercises with our vital allies south korea and japan without consulting with them and we got nothing but empty promises of denuclearization from kim jong kun speaking on cbs has face the nation secretary of state mike pompeo is urging north korea to normalize its relationship with the us fox news.
Proposed ‘buddy dive’ plan to rescue boys in Thai cave could launch this weekend
"Thailand officials in charge of rescuing twelve boys and their soccer coach from a cave say good weather and falling water levels inside the cave have created the best conditions they may get for an evacuation attempt rescuers say the boys are not ready to dive out yet but an attempt will be made of heavy rains threatened to flood the cave abc's matt gutman is on scene with more document that we've seen basically says that they're going to take them out in buddy teams essentially hauled out by very experienced divers will monitor their oxygen their buoyancy either level in the water and obviously their progress towards the mouth of the cave but it won't be quick and it won't be easy the boys have also written letters to family members giving us a glimpse of conditions inside sally lockwood with our partners at sky news with navy seals taking good care of us another says i'm fine but the weather is a little bit cold worry about me forget to celebrate my birthday oxygen levels in the cave continue to diminish in that chamber where they've been trap for twelve days secretary of state mike pompeo in japan after his north korea trip and commenting on talks with officials on implementing the denuclearization agreement signed by president trump and kim jong un last month these are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all of the central issues some places a great deal of progress other place there's still more work to be done oh told reporters further talks will take place as soon as next week the trump administration faced with a federal judges deadline is asking for more time to reunite the youngest migrant children separated from their parents at the border the judge ordered that the government provide the names of children five and under by the end of today in california hundreds of residency evacuated in santa barbara county where the holiday fire is moving through a residential area of galeta and approaching the city's downtown you're listening to abc news news radio six ten wtvn allison wyatt va centers across.
Thai soccer coach apologizes to boys' parents, boys write "don't worry" in letters
"Dry conditions are igniting wildfires in california monica nelson nbc news radio in new york police are asking the public for help been a deadly long island tire incident sara lee kessler reports a driver is dead after tire flew through the air thursday afternoon hitting their car and the sunrise highway northbound balon police sergeant james collins says there are a lot of unanswered questions what vehicle they came off a where they came from another tire struck an suv but the women inside weren't heard with very lucky lucky to be alive police think the tires came from a tractor trailer they'd like kelp and finding it on the other side of the country phoenix police are looking for a good samaritan jayson campadonia has details an officer had been responding to a nine one one call about a guy who allegedly assaulted his grandma in june of last year the cop found the guy a few blocks away in a fight broke out the wrestling match lasted a few minutes before an older man jumped in and grabbed the guy's legs the officer was then able to put the suspect in handcuffs but the good samaritan walked away before ever being properly thanked the new state afford is calling binge drinking in utah threat to public health and safety and a buckner of the utah department of health says a report blames binge drinking for more than seven hundred deaths a year everybody thinks about motor vehicle accidents that there could also be falls drownings things like that in addition to more chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease officials hope the study will generate new ways to prevent binge drinking around the state they found more than thirteen percent of utah's population are heavy drinkers averaging around eight drinks per binge a new report found alabama has more fast food restaurants per capita than any other state data vanita did research on how many fast food restaurants each state has for every ten thousand people alabama was on top was six point three fast food joints nebraska came in second followed closely by west virginia and oklahoma remond has the fewest amount of fast food restaurants in eighteen hole head to head showdown between tiger woods and phil mickelson is in the work golf dot com says the sides are negotiating an eighteen hole match with the winner taking home ten million bucks monica nelson nbc news radio from abc news i'm todd ant at the cave and thailand rescue teams have been working tirelessly to get twelve school age children on their coach to safety rescuers are expected to brief tie officials about a new plan to rescue the boys and a race of time because rains are expected to come this weekend at a letter to the boy's parents coach apologize for the situation and promised to take care of the boys as well from many of the children they say the navy seals are taking good care of another says i'm fine but the weather is a little bit cold worry about me forget to celebrate my birthday the boys as we understand has celebrated his birthday in two weeks many of them are all say putting in requests for their favorite foods when they get out selley lockwood with our partners at sky news at the scene the trump administration has now asking for more time to reunite children with their parents with a federal court strict timelines to act a judge gave the government until saturday to come up with a case by case list of immigrant family names by five pm meanwhile vice president mike pence friday praising ice officers and the work they do at attacking democrats some of whom he says are calling for the end of ice just when you thought the democrats couldn't move farther to left leading members of the democratic party including candidates for higher office are actually openly advocating the evolution of ice hands at the us immigration and customs enforcement building in dc now that the trade war between the us and china's officially on robert scott with the economic policy institute says the trade battle will be less of a threat to the us economy that trump's budget and tax policy we're talking about essentially tariffs of attended twenty five percent on perhaps fifty to one hundred billion dollars worth of imports that's a tiny fraction of the overall us economy less than one tenth of one percent this is abc news three tours driving humvees in afghanistan six years treating soldiers twelve flying choppers well my sister came back from her last afghanistan she didn't wanna talk about it but she knew i was there to listen my son save lives as a medic in the military and.
Tariffs and trade war: Some US goods 'appear inevitable' for China
"To memphis an iheartradio station more shots fired a trade war i'm dave anthony fox news china has retaliated to new tariffs that went into effect after midnight with tariffs of their own reported it targeting american goods from soybeans to pork to electric cars fox's rachel sutherland live in washington dave the titfortat tariffs target thirty four billion dollars worth of goods as china accuses usf kicking off the largest scale trade war ever the president told reporters on his way to a campaign rally in montana than an additional five hundred billion dollars in duties could becoming the president later told supporters china has been treating the us unfairly killing us five hundred and seven billion dollars in trade deficits last year president trump says tariffs in another sixteen billion dollars in chinese goods are set to take effect in the next two weeks dave rachel secretary of state pompeo was in north korea amid reports questioning the country's commitment to giving up nuclear or weapons weeks after president trump's kim jong un meeting it was a very smart deal for north korea goodwill is very important but we signed a wonderful packer the president's rally last night was very republican trying to unseat a democratic senator in montana sing of over john testers vote for leader of the democrat party maxine waters he called the congresswoman's iq low she's the one who urged supporters to harass trump cabinet members the thai navy seal commander now says they have a limited time to get twelve boys and their soccer coach out of the cave where they've been stranded in to make things worse than ex seal volunteer diver died trying to supply oxygen bottles attempts to drill down to reach them a meeting at a glacial pace so it seems the only option at the moment is to bring them out by water it does seem the rescue is still attempting to bring them out safely either today or tomorrow sky as sally lockwood outside the cave fox news fair and balanced.
Kim Jong Un has agreed to shut down nuclear test site, South Korea says
"Series of home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events called sound the alarm says josh lockwood of the american red cross red cross volunteers actually typically install the alarm in your home and while they're doing that another volunteer will sit down with you and go through some basic fire safety tips to learn where you can get your free fire alarm go to the red cross website the event will take place until may thirteenth during friday's historic meaning with south korean president south korea's president north korean leader kim jong hoon said that he's not the type of person to fire missiles towards a us north korea says it is shutting down its nuclear test site sometime in may and inviting specialists in journalists from seoul in washington to witness it north korean leader kim jong also told south korea's president when j in that some say the north is shutting down in already wasted place but they'll see that the north has two more tunnels that are bigger than the old experimental facilities and they are in good condition judy cho abc news source south korea here's a reds update the reds fell to minnesota saturday with their loss to the twins three to one they ramp up their series today in our coverage starts at one ten here's a bengals update in the final round of the nfl draft the bengals selected toledo quarterback logan woodside mississippi guard rod taylor and florida state wide receiver austin tate i'm troy adams our next update at three o'clock breaking news anytime on news radio seven hundred w lw the attention truckers dean michael the.