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Philadelphia - PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

Philadelphia - PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On Monday

"School sports in Pennsylvania has given the green light to the fall season. KOW stand, Micah reports the P I L. A rejected Governor. Wolf's recommendation to postpone all sports until next year delayed the start of fall sports by two weeks after Governor Wolf earlier this month urged that scholastic and recreational use sports be put off until Janu Larry the governor, citing concerns over the spread of the Corona virus. But the board met Friday afternoon and voted to allow fall sports to begin let the record show 25 to 5 in favor of the motion to begin the false porch on Monday, August 24th. That's PR executive director Robert Lombardi, in a statement. The governing body for Pennsylvania School Sports says the board agrees the decision to compete in athletics. Should be made locally, allowing each school district to make its own choice about whether to proceed with sports and which ones some districts and leagues throughout the state of already canceled fall sports, including the Philadelphia School district. For his part, governor, Wolf has pointed out that major collegiate leagues have independently canceled fall sports He's also been clear that his recommendation is just that a recommendation and not in order order or or or Mandy Mandy Mandy Dan Dan Dan Micah Micah Micah K K K

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Silent Partner - Daryl Simmons

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:05 min | Last month

Silent Partner - Daryl Simmons

"Career Musician podcast time here. With the silent partner Dowse Simmons. When the airport in the retail Japan headed home from a long trip. Thank you so much. squeezes. Thanks. Eggs long flight. Ten Hour. So. Look I don't want. Lombardi with all the typical questions because obviously you're history both musical life experiences, you know rich full of many stories. and. Things like that. But if you wouldn't mind I, Know You and Kenny Edmonds Aka baby face go back to childhood. Just touch on that like the abridged version of that how you guys. Will actually I played in a band with his older brother Who Played Guitar. Michael Edmonds and we played I played drums and the band was instrumental band. And I used to feel like we needed a sinker. Heard that his little brother. Kenny. I'd never met Kenny and I would bug him about, hey man, why don't we? Brother would like. We don't need to get him. He really that good but I can't hear you through school. That he say. One day. We were outside back in those days in Indiana you practice garage and people would hear you would come by. So this particular day we had rehearsed outside and I was breaking down on drums and walks kid will guitar and upside down guitar with strings on it with two other guys. and. Said we was and I said, oh. You can't in the group with your brother Goes Yeah. No, and from that day. Wow. Forty seven years later. US. Never separated since. May he was eighth grade I was ninth grade I think and then sounds like such a brotherly thing to do from Michael and now we don't want them. Of course things that younger brother who was clearly mortality. President better than I don't which out to see him, and finally I saw them and I saw why Michael suppressed because he was when I first met him, I said, wow he to me. He was like a kid genius us being kids in you know I love music but this dude was like. Way Beyond whatever little talent I thought I had. there's a the are childhood friends used to say, he said, two days you WanNa make music just Kinney 'cause he's going to make it. So stick with him. And I was like I always remember that. I love those affirmations. Are Never, have never will and every. was. Musician he was a Slob neighborhood do but he knew he could see and Kenny. Kenny, always playing guitar walking around right. He could see that kid. He knew I, played music. We started hanging you want making music a stick with him because he's GonNa make it. I was like you're right. I think he's GonNa make it.

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Pope hails Italy virus doctors, nurses as heroes at Vatican

True Value Home Improvement Hour

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Pope hails Italy virus doctors, nurses as heroes at Vatican

"Pope Francis has welcome doctors and nurses from the corona virus ravaged region of Lombardi to the Vatican to thank them for their selfless work in hero X. sacrifice branches dedicated one of its first one of his rather first Prost lockdown audiences to Italy's frontline medical personnel on Saturday he told the delegation that their example of professional competence and compassion would help Italy forge a new future of hope and solidarity the northern region of Lombardi was the hardest hit region in the one time European epicenter of the pandemic it has counted more than ninety two thousand of Italy's two hundred and thirty two thousand infections and half of Italy's thirty four thousand dead Francis also took a dig at the some conservative priests who chafed at lockdown measures calling their complaints quote adolescent

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The Origins of Pizza As We Know It

Gastropod

08:26 min | 4 months ago

The Origins of Pizza As We Know It

"The exact origins of ancient pizza are somewhat murky. Modern pizza definitely has a birthplace. Where you begin to see pizza develop and being called. Pizza is around the seventeenth and eighteenth century in Naples. And what people eight back then that they called pizza was essentially kind of bread with topics baked onto it. Didn't anything like what we might visualize now. As pizza researchers the first thing that neapolitans called pizza had no tomato in fact it was east it flat bread with anything that was on hand. You kinda through whatever you had usually because you didn't have a lot of ingredients so it wasn't unusual for people to consume pizza. Which was just you know crust or bread with maybe bits of fish baked on it or maybe herbs that you gathered from the fields on that would look really different from what we think about. Is Pizza today by the late? Seventeen hundreds Italian dictionaries defined pizza as the word that people in Naples used for. What pretty much everyone else called for. Kacha a yeast. It flat bread topped with oil and herbs and sometimes olives and others salty. Good things like cheese and cured meats. Let what about the tomato at least according to Francisco Eastern flat bread isn't really a pizza until it meets one of the most delicious vegetables ever. Oh God it's actually a fruit but never mind the tomato. I had to get to Naples from central and South America. It arrived at the very end of the fifteen hundreds but it took another century before people regularly eight Europeans were initially a little wary of tomatoes. There was some suspicion they were maybe poisonous but tomatoes planted in the rich volcanic soil in sunny southern Italy were particularly sweet and delicious and someone in Naples had the brilliant idea to take these delicious tomatoes and toss them on their flat bread. Have no idea you know who was the first person to do it but I think it was very much the case like. I just mentioned that people could have through whatever ingredients on hand and someone got this great idea of like. Yeah let slap a few tomatoes on top of the pizza and it caught on at least in Naples. And that's actually the thing you have to understand to understand where the modern pizza came from. Is that Naples? In the seventeen hundreds was the third largest city in Europe and also by far and away the most densely packed city lots of those people in Naples at the time were really poor. They live tightly packed in tiny rooms. Multi-storey buildings and they didn't have running water or kitchens and so they had to buy food on the street. They were eating a lot of things. You could buy hot and hold in your hand. This is how Naples developed a very particular food culture. Naples was famous for its street vendors. Who Walked the city and cried out their wares octopus balls cones of fried anchovy smelt from the bay boiled chestnuts. Chunks Zucchini marinated in vinegar. This fun new food called macaroni. Which of course you can hear about both in our macaroni and cheese episode and also in our Pasta episode although actually macaroni was comparatively speaking expensive. And the very poorest neopolitan have that on Sundays. Pizza was half the price and so people eight slices of IT FOR BREAKFAST. Lunch and dinner remember. Naples is a port town and there were a lot of fishermen there many of them eight plain tomato pizza for breakfast before going out to see. Carol says that's why it's called Marinara and immobile vendor would sell them a chunk of pizza or they would go into a pizzeria and eat standing up. The history of these very first pizzas is actually not super well-documented Carroll says pizza was food for really poor people. And that's not the kind of thing that tends to make the official histories so we don't have a lot of evidence left behind by the very poorest citizens of Naples about what they eat when the eight their first tomato pizza we do have evidence from foreigners who visit Naples and see that well all these people are eating pizza and let me be really clear on this that when I come to Naples and witnessed pizza. They do not think this very enticing or interesting food. International visitors had some choice words. Samuel. Moore's he's The guy who invented the Telegraph he visited Naples in the eighteen. Hundreds and said pizza was a quote species of most nauseating cake covered over with slices of Pomodoro or does sprinkled with little fish and black pepper. And I know not what other ingredients it. Altogether looks like a piece of bread that had been taken wreaking out of the sewer even other Italians. If they weren't from Naples they were usually not pizza. Fans in the late eighteen hundreds of woman journalists called Matilda out described these vendors. Walking around with slices of pizza made from quote dense. Does that Burns but doesn't cook and covered with almost raw tomatoes. She wrote that. This would freeze in the cold and turn yellow in the Sun Eaten by the flies also honestly. Most Italians hadn't even heard of pizza. It's such a rich varied cuisine and people in the North or eating something very different from people in the south people in the center. And I think that certainly was the case where you had most Italians who were living in Italy. If they weren't living in the immediate environs of Naples they were not that aware of this dish called pizza even a visit from the queen of a newly unified Italy who travelled south to Naples in eighteen. Eighty nine that didn't help pizzas popularity but it did give one pizza famous new name. The Legend of the Pizza Margherita. Is that the wave of the Italian king on their visit to Naples really wants to try some local street food. And she's not going to go out in the streets and alleys. And you know. Walk into a pizzeria or buy pizza from a mobile vendor. Which is how most the apologists consumed their pizza? Instead her staff found one of the city's best-known pizza makers and the story goes that he came from his cramped little pizzeria to the palace. She was staying at and made her three pizzas one just with oil one top to a tiny silvery fish fry and one with D'Amato Mozzarella and some torn basil leave. Queen Margherita was enjoying a bit of culinary tourism. She was in Naples and she wanted a taste of what the locals eight the local poor people which meant pizza and she quite enjoyed it. Her staff wrote the pizza maker a lovely. Thank you note saying that. The three pizzas were found to be delicious and in return the pizza maker named one of those three pizzas pizza. Margherita the one with D'Amato Mozzarella and Basil. So everyone assumed. Oh they were. The inventors of the Pizza Margherita now. It's highly likely and I and I think it would be the case. That many other pizzerias also made this type of pizza or some variation there up so I don't think they were the only pizza that made it. I don't use the story I don't think about. The story is illustrative of an authentic. First Pizza Margherita Rather. I think it's an important story that tells us something about food at Italian nationalism. I mean tomato sauce. Mozzarella and Basil Is Red White and green the colors of the relatively new Italian flag but even though a local guy got excited about the new national colours. Pizza Margherita wasn't a national dish. Because pizza was still super-regional it took decades more for other Italians to fall in love with pizza as late as nineteen hundred. All the pizza is in Italy. We're in Naples. There had been one attempt by Neopolitan to open a pizzeria in Rome and it had apparently failed miserably. Strangely the next place pizza takes hold isn't somewhere close to Naples. It's across the ocean. He's definitely catches on next in the United States. Remember Naples was really poor even for Italy which was a really poor country so in the early nineteen hundreds. A lot of NEAPOLITANS emigrated to find work and a lot of them ended up in New York City and they wanted food from home so some started making pizza for their fellow Neopolitan. No one knows who opened the true first pizzeria in the US. But you can still get a slice at the place that calls itself the first in the US Lombardi's which opened in nineteen o five. Because they they wind up being the first ones to get a commercial license to help each and again. It doesn't mean that. No one else is producing. Just means that there's some physical

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Why Was Embraer Left at the Altar?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:28 min | 5 months ago

Why Was Embraer Left at the Altar?

"The collapse of Boeing's four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent state in Embraer's commercial aviation operations has sent a jolt through an already grilling industry here to talk about it. Our Aviation Week Editors Jens float out and Michael Bruno Aviation. Week guest columnist. Richard Offiah of the Children Mike. Let's start with you. Of what the heck happened. Boeing kept saying this deal is on on on Sundays off. Yeah and that remains the four point. Two billion dollar question is what exactly happened. we can all surmise as to what might happen but You know to give their you. GotTa review the chronology of events so Let me take you back to December. Twenty Seventeen When word leaks out through the press certain with Wall Street Journal that Boeing might be looking at buying embryonic or at least some part of it. We really were quite sure at the time. But there was big news. Leaking rumors going around and that was not necessarily to be unexpected. Since Airbus did Secured Lombardi the series from Bombarded and so You know it was Slightly expected them. At least the two sides were exploring this. By the summer of two thousand eighteen they reach him memorandum of Understanding over the terms of the agreement that was originally going to be more. Expensive deal for Boeing. Perhaps as much as four point six billion dollars but the price eventually get ratcheted down to four point two by the end of twenty eighteen and then they were among the formal path of trying to get this acquisition approved by everybody. When I say everybody I mean just about everybody had to approve this deal one way or another whether it was regulators in the United States in Europe in Brazil. Of course you might imagine that There was a lot of resistance to giving over the crown jewel of the aerospace industrial marketplace in in Brazil to a foreign owner particularly in the United States and so that had to go on political lines of judicial lines. There were a lot of lawsuits than etiquette resolved. Finally we're getting to the point where it was Pretty much just a matter of when not if this was going to happen. And then all of a sudden the EU regulators Decided to push back their approval of the steel and that sturdy to open up questions as to whether this deal would actually take place and even as that was happening through the latter half of last year both sides on the industrial point. Emberg Boeing. Were saying that they were pretty sure. This thing was gonna get approved any day now by the EU the last regulators to approve it and that basically they were ready to sign the paper and call it quits and move on as a single company and then. Kobe nineteen happened. Of course amd we can go off on a tangent of of how the sense. Some pretty much collapsed. The air traffic industry as we know in bringing down the manufacturers to a related degree but luxury short four point. Two billion dollars that Boeing doesn't spend is really for point two billion dollars naked really really us better somewhere else and while we don't know exactly what the terms were. That couldn't be agreed to in the end just last weekend. On April twenty fifth Boeing announced that it was walking away from the deal embry ourselves. That was a mistake in that they were going to pursue alternatives to try to perhaps force bowing to Back to the deal or try to pay some kind of compensation for it and that's where we are. Now there's there's no deal there's only m recriminations and accusations and we'll see what happens next Richard. I'd love to hear what you think about what might have happened and also wrote in your column about winners and losers from the deals collapsed. You WanNa tell us what you wrote. Yeah you know. I think there are four principles involved here and obviously what's Embraer's lost as Airbus's gain and to a lesser extent Mitsubishi? But basically the name of the game see get. Embraer's costs down in line with the larger. Oem's and the way to do that. Of course is what the kind of aggressive by Jane Management? That only a big company like Boeing. Or Airbus can do. That's what made the series a success as the twenty in Airbus's ends. That's what I think would have really helped each series. Allot in billings hands. Embraer doesn't get that benefit and they're up against somebody Airbus that does have that benefit so there's a pretty clear loser a pretty clear winner sort of tangential winners Mitsubishi. That I think really did not relish the thought of having to compete at the regional level with Boeing backed product. That would have been really painful. And now it's going to be more of appeared. Appear to small air framers going head to head sort of situation So the big question is is Boeing. A winner or a loser. I'm the one level exactly as Michael said you know. This is four point. One billion or so that's been added to their rather beleaguered balance sheet. That's not a bad thing And there's also a little bit of additional political risk in Brazil these days that they're avoiding Whatever management challenges associated with bringing this unit online? That's avoided too but on the loss level you know. They're kind of being boxed in by Airbus on the single-aisle front the 737 Max aid is doing fine. When it comes back to service but against the eighty three twenty one neo at the top of that single market. They're losing very badly and now they have exactly nothing to respond to the bottom of the single end morale market to at the twenty level so basically boy is fast becoming a niche company in the single market arena. That's not a good thing and of course the idea of joint venture with the Casey's re ninety might have had some promise in terms of selling into the US dod market depending upon. Who you believe that joint venture to might be at risk because of the fallout acrimony associated with the end of the jetliner. Jv So it's kind of a mixed bag One you know significant loser. That hopefully can recover two winners. Airbus and Mitsubishi and expect for Boeing.

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Tampa mayor apologises for booting Brady from city park

Orlando's News at Noon

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Tampa mayor apologises for booting Brady from city park

"The mayor of Tampa Bay apologizes to the attic to NFL quarterback Tom Brady as you know he tried to work out of the city park and was ordered to leave Tampa mayor Jean Castro was on fox and friends with Brian Kilmeade this morning talking about the Tom Brady mishap he just went on a jog and then was stretching out in a park and so one of the park employees wouldn't it just advised him very very timely that the park was closed that wasn't the worst of it for Brady he then walked into the wrong home and startled the homeowner in spite of his growing pains in town Castro says the city is welcoming the star quarterback with open arms hello fitting down here in Tampa journalist just fine the next super bowls in Tampa in castor says she wants Brady in the box to be the first NFL team to bring the Lombardi trophy home in their own backyard

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Commissioners tell VP no football before campuses open

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Commissioners tell VP no football before campuses open

"Hi pro Dr the Mike commissioners football Crossey Anthony of hall the nation's Fauci of of reporting Famer major claims in Green college the president Bay football thanks Packers conferences to readies the corona legend to reveal virus held Willie a thirty guidelines Davis there minute was died conference only for re Wednesday one call opening Wednesday way in a the pro California nation with sports vice from president can hospital the return virus Mike this pence summer shut to according downs the and U. stressed S. to wife that college Carol that's president sports if he there cannot are had trump no kidney return fans is sounding related in from the the stands encouraged corona issues virus and shut the players by down the Davis latest stay starred until data in hotels campuses on as a the defensive covert have nineteen reopened in end an on interview the epidemic dominant with the ten Snapchat's Packer commissioners the data teams along suggests of the Peter with sixties the athletic Hamby that they director should under wide phone from Notre head she we says Dame coach have passed the Vince players comprise Lombardi would the need college to be quote football the he playoff peak played tested on management five at every Wednesday's single committee NFL week coronavirus championship the White and make House sure has task squads they said don't force it is wind important briefing up including infecting to re the president open the first each the U. other S. two said economy super or their family guidelines bowls the the and for details just re five opening let them on times play how the that country this will season he happen was will selected out be will be unveiled complicated all pro about Thursday she responded and and likely was to considered a but question involve Dr about local one Deborah of an the state abbreviated great Brooks defensive and the White baseball federal House players coronavirus guidelines season of his era on response and safety the coordinator start Davis of football the was college cautioned eighty football five season always is scheduled I'm Bruce to a begin chance Morton I Labor am Day mark weekend Myers that but a many a questions symptomatic remain to be answered person can I'm Josh spread Rowntree the virus unknowingly and Burke said the final call on re opening for business will rest with state and local officials so that they can do what's best for their communities they are at the frontline Burke said nine states have fewer than one thousand cases of covert nineteen Mike Crossey up Washington

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Commissioners tell VP no football before campuses open

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Commissioners tell VP no football before campuses open

"Pro Dr the commissioners football Anthony of hall the nation's Fauci of Famer major claims in Green college Bay football thanks Packers conferences to the corona legend virus held Willie a thirty Davis there minute was died conference only Wednesday one call Wednesday way in a pro California with sports vice president can hospital return Mike this pence summer to according the and U. stressed S. to wife that college Carol that's sports if he there cannot are had no kidney return fans related in from the the stands corona issues virus and shut the players down Davis stay starred until in hotels campuses as a defensive have reopened in end an on interview the dominant with the ten Snapchat's Packer commissioners teams along of the Peter with sixties the athletic Hamby director under phone from Notre head she says Dame coach the Vince players comprise Lombardi would the need college to be quote football he playoff played tested on management five every single committee NFL week championship the White and make House sure has squads they said don't it is wind important up including infecting to re open the first each the U. other S. two economy super or their family bowls the the and details just five let them on times play how that this will season he happen was selected out will be complicated all pro about she responded and and likely was to considered a question involve about local one of an the state abbreviated great defensive and baseball federal players guidelines season of his era on and safety the start Davis of football the was college eighty football five season is scheduled I'm Bruce to begin Morton I Labor am Day mark weekend Myers but many questions remain to be answered I'm Josh Rowntree

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Fauci sees possibility of MLB season amid strict conditions

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Fauci sees possibility of MLB season amid strict conditions

"Hi pro Dr Mike football Crossey Anthony hall Fauci of of reporting Famer claims in Green the president Bay thanks Packers to readies the corona legend to reveal virus Willie guidelines Davis there was died only for re Wednesday one opening way in a the pro California nation sports from can hospital the return virus this summer shut to according downs the U. S. to wife Carol that's president if he there are had trump no kidney fans is sounding related in the stands encouraged issues and the players by the Davis latest stay starred data in hotels on as a the defensive covert nineteen in end an on interview the epidemic dominant with Snapchat's Packer the data teams suggests of the Peter sixties Hamby that they should under wide phone head she we says coach have passed the Vince players Lombardi would need to be quote the he peak played tested on five at every Wednesday's single NFL week coronavirus championship and make sure task squads they don't force wind briefing up including infecting the president the first each other two said super or their family guidelines bowls and for just re five opening let them times play the country this season he was will selected out be unveiled all pro about Thursday she responded and was to considered a but question Dr about one Deborah of an the abbreviated great Brooks defensive the White baseball House players coronavirus season of his era response and the coordinator start Davis of football was cautioned eighty five always I'm Bruce a chance Morton I am mark Myers that a a symptomatic person can spread the virus unknowingly and Burke said the final call on re opening for business will rest with state and local officials so that they can do what's best for their communities they are at the frontline Burke said nine states have fewer than one thousand cases of covert nineteen Mike Crossey up Washington

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Fauci sees possibility of MLB season amid strict conditions

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Fauci sees possibility of MLB season amid strict conditions

"Pro Dr football Anthony hall Fauci of Famer claims in Green Bay thanks Packers to the corona legend virus Willie Davis there was died only Wednesday one way in a pro California sports can hospital return this summer to according the U. S. to wife Carol that's if he there are had no kidney fans related in the stands issues and the players Davis stay starred in hotels as a defensive in end an on interview the dominant with Snapchat's Packer teams of the Peter sixties Hamby under phone head she says coach the Vince players Lombardi would need to be quote he played tested on five every single NFL week championship and make sure squads they don't wind up including infecting the first each other two super or their family bowls and just five let them times play this season he was selected out all pro about she responded and was to considered a question about one of an the abbreviated great defensive baseball players season of his era and the start Davis of football was eighty five I'm Bruce Morton I am mark Myers

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Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis dead at age 85

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis dead at age 85

"Hi pro Mike football Crossey hall of of reporting Famer in Green the president Bay Packers readies legend to reveal Willie guidelines Davis died for re Wednesday opening in a the California nation from hospital the virus shut according downs to wife Carol president he had trump kidney is sounding related encouraged issues by the Davis latest starred data on as a the defensive covert nineteen end on the epidemic dominant Packer the data teams suggests of the sixties that they should under wide head we coach have passed Vince Lombardi the he peak played on five at Wednesday's NFL coronavirus championship task squads force briefing including the president the first two said super guidelines bowls for re five opening times the country he was will selected be unveiled all pro Thursday and was considered but Dr one Deborah of the great Brooks defensive the White House players coronavirus of his era response coordinator Davis was cautioned eighty five always a chance I am mark Myers that a a symptomatic person can spread the virus unknowingly and Burke said the final call on re opening for business will rest with state and local officials so that they can do what's best for their communities they are at the frontline Burke said nine states have fewer than one thousand cases of covert nineteen Mike Crossey up Washington

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Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis dead at age 85

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis dead at age 85

"Pro football hall of Famer in Green Bay Packers legend Willie Davis died Wednesday in a California hospital according to wife Carol he had kidney related issues Davis starred as a defensive end on the dominant Packer teams of the sixties under head coach Vince Lombardi he played on five NFL championship squads including the first two super bowls five times he was selected all pro and was considered one of the great defensive players of his era Davis was eighty five I am mark Myers

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New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

"New a pair data of shows wide receivers the coronaviruses headline NFL overwhelming free agency some of on New York Sunday city's poorest the Detroit neighborhoods Lions came to terms queens with twenty accounts six for year thirty old Geronimo two percent Allison of the city's who leaves cases the Packers and to nearly join their a NFC quarter of north the people rivals who died Allison in the state teams were nursing up with Kenny home Golladay residents Marvin we Jones are and lucky Danny Amendola that it's only who won't put up at least one quarter sixty catches in six hundred yards coronavirus receiving last season in a meanwhile nursing Patrick home Mahomes will is keep a this top toxic four receivers in check mix as the the Superbowl governor Cuomo champion says chiefs there are some re encouraging signed a Marcus numbers Robinson nobody really to a one year deal points Robinson that these caught numbers thirty two but balls this is for good four news hundred forty eight hundred nine yards and forty and six four scores people well helping came Kansas out city bring of home hospital the Lombardi trophy that's a hundred in February and forty six I'm people Danny with count corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York

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Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

"A pair of wide receivers headline NFL free agency on Sunday the Detroit Lions came to terms with twenty six year old Geronimo Allison who leaves the Packers to join their NFC north rivals Allison teams up with Kenny Golladay Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola who won't put up at least sixty catches in six hundred yards receiving last season meanwhile Patrick Mahomes will keep this top four receivers in check as the Superbowl champion chiefs re signed a Marcus Robinson to a one year deal Robinson caught thirty two balls for four hundred forty nine yards and four scores well helping Kansas city bring home the Lombardi trophy in February I'm Danny count

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Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

"They a called pair of it wide the process receivers in Philadelphia headline NFL free the moniker agency for on a Sunday rebuilding program the Detroit in which Lions the seventy came to terms Sixers with purposely twenty six fielded year old an Geronimo inferior Allison team for who a chance leaves to the acquire Packers high to join draft their NFC picks north rivals euron Weitzman Allison chronicles teams the up process with Kenny in Golladay his new book Marvin Jones taking and to the Danny top Amendola an idea who won't that was put spawned up at least after sixty covering catches the team in but six ended hundred up yards focusing receiving more on last one of season the meanwhile backroom Patrick Mahomes motherly will keep called this drama top four receivers or whatever in I check kind of as like the to Superbowl think of it champion that chiefs it's on re a book signed about just a Marcus how the NBA Robinson works to and a how one all the year politics deal of the Robinson NBA playoffs caught thirty there's two no balls question for the four seventy hundred Sixers forty nine are an yards NBA and four playoff scores contender well helping after Kansas drafting city Joe well bring home indeed the Lombardi in Ben Simmons trophy in February but will the prices I'm Danny count lead to a championship you're gonna have to be a little creative and I'm SO but you spend a lot on taking about this team is following in recovering them I'm really curious to see how they plan on taking the next step forward if things stay as they are right now I'd be a little dubious but I wouldn't bet against the seventy Sixers didn't exactly open themselves to Weitzman's project but his journalistic prowess makes taking to the top of thorough look into the team's rebuilding process I'm Dave very

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Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Chiefs bring back wide receiver Robinson on 1-year deal

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Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

Science Friday

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

"Trump says he still doesn't think a national lockdown will be necessary not so in Italy though where officials in the northern region of Lombardi say they plan to deploy the army to enforce a lock down to slow the spread of the virus NPR Sylvia virtually reports Italy's death toll has now topped four thousand a decline in new cases is not expected until the end of next week Lombardy officials say too many people are still on the streets without justification and they want even tighter restrictions in worst hit bad go north east of the land there are so many deaths the government sent the army into pick up coffins piling up and take them to crematoriums in other towns along with Italian volunteers a group of Chinese doctors has arrived in bed Kamal Cuban doctors who work in Africa during the Ebola outbreak are going to the town of Kramer and American doctors from an evangelical association will go to Cremona yet another town in Lombardy so people Juli N. P. R. news

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Tom Brady & the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The GM Shuffle

05:22 min | 6 months ago

Tom Brady & the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

"While the suspense is over. We now know that Tom. Brady's me going to Tampa. Bay buccaneers thirty million dollars per season. Which was what Michael Lombardi had predicted? It was going to take to sign Brady. Twenty Seasons forty-one Playoff Games thirty playoff wins tour in one thousand nine regular season. Wins SIX SUPER BOWLS. Three League? Mvp's seventy four. Thousand five hundred. Seventy one passing yards and five. Hundred and forty-one touchdown passes Tom Brady is leaving New England. Mike. Quite a resumes. Put up the greatest player and NFL history and the box have not had a pro bowl quarterback since two thousand fifteen when James Winston was a rookie and look at the town he's got now Evans and Godwin OJ Howard. And so on you. And I were thinking charges. But you'd said charges or bucks and Tampa Bay now that we know it makes a lot of sense because the offensive weapons and as you would sit yesterday's pod and of course you can check it all the GM shovels. We talked with Tom. Brady and detail. The key is that Bruce. Arians is willing to adjust his offense four. Tom Brady yeah no doubt I mean first of all I think in talking to some people yesterday proximity to New York was really important to like. He wanted to be able to get on an airplane. Fly Back to a you know whether he buys a home in Greenwich or somewhere. After a game on Sunday fly back spent a couple of days his family come back to Tampa and do that so that was important. Easy flight turnaround so that was there and look. This is just a tremendously great. Human being I mean Brady literally face timed most of the people that he worked with at the Patriots yesterday. Obviously being safe from People Xinhau and not could he could see anybody facetime and thanked him. I mean you're talking about one of the great human beings and it didn't work out a New England for a lot of different reasons but I think now. Tom Gets to become a little bit like manning he gets to be able to go down to Tampa he can run his offense however he can put the offense and there's just no chance no chance Byron left. Which is telling Tom Brady what he's going to run right. There's just no chance of that. Nor is Bruce Arians. I think we'll definitely see. There's been a lot of reports out there about Antonio Brown. I think we'll definitely see Antonio Brown in a buck uniform. Add more skill and I'm sure they've promised him they're going to rebuild the offensive line. But he's going to have a say. I mean Jason Light. The general manager of the Tampa. Bay buccaneers has just hired an assistant general manager. His name Tom Brady and they're going to do everything in their power to make Brady happy. They've already increased ticket sales on season tickets. It's of fork for them. We'll see if it works out. It's amazing to think Mike. And you know this with your time in New England but the Patriots Way and where guys go Mike. Rebel is traded the chiefs Randy Moss shift to the Vikings. Vince will work with the Texans Adam. Vegetarian a great second career the colts and your window. Now it's going to happen. Tom Brady with Tampa Bay. Like you said Byron left which is oh see. He's Tom Brady tells him and he's got lots of weapons. Right there Evans is probably the best receivers play with since Randy Moss. And now you can see why the line is already jumped at. The box. Went from forty to one odds to twenty to one odds to win the Super Bowl. He gets paid which is important as you would guest thirty million dollars a year. That's what he's GonNa get didn't make sense for economics but here's the key. I think when it comes to Tom Brady is. How much does he have left the tank and for all the Brady fans they would say listen? His receivers couldn't hold onto his passes right. He did not have enough weapons around him. Well now he's got the weapons and if you believe that. Brady's still got some magic left for a couple of seasons with clearly his leadership and his Moxie and his talent and a smart board than anything will lift this team higher to where they go. Jameis Winston. They're seven losses a seven of the nine losses. Last year had eighteen turnovers guy was turnover machine. So theory is as long as it doesn't make those turnovers completes passes gets things done. There's no reason why the box to have very quick turnaround next season. No doubt and I mean look todd. Bowles has done a great job with their defense and they've got more cap room to spend on what they WANNA do. We don't know what the structure of the Brady contract is. But the idea that there wasn't a market for Brady. Obviously there was a huge market for him at thirty million made more than Philip rivers at twenty-five we'll talk about him in a moment but I think for the first time in his life. Tom Brady wanted to be able to go somewhere and kind of do what he wanted to do. You know and to be. I don't WANNA call Patriot like but I mean for the Patriots to spend thirty million on a quarterback and then spend more money in free agency that violates their culture. That violates everything. They believe in and for him to do what he wants to do what she deserves to do at this point in his life. He's earned it to go out and kind of be. I think this is like a great coach. Who finally wants to be able to run his program right. You know. I've been operating in this system but now I want to go into another system and that's how I look at this with Brady's movement I mean he was never going to be able to do what he truly wanted to do in New England. Now he can do it there. He can do it in Tampa and no one's GonNa tell him he can't. I think the concern. You have to have a few of the box. Is You know. Tom Has got to relate to some of these younger players. And that's GonNa be you know. We spent a Lotta time understanding millennials in New England understanding. How he's going to relate to that because there is a huge gap between Tom and these other players. I think getting someone like Antonio Brown in there who tom loves will help them. I know that sounds crazy. But it'll help the other players in the room kind of have a relationship. Can you imagine? Antonio Brown's the great pacify higher. I mean can you imagine that? I'm saying that seriously. They give out that eighty. He's the bridge so if they did that and they improve their offensive line.

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"lombardi" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"lombardi" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"You won't hear anywhere else. You're about to hear a preview of elite lead that looks at what really went down after the blown call in two thousand eight. NFL playoff game between the rams and the saints while you're listening go subscribe to delete on Apple podcasts cast or wherever you're listening right now there's also a lincoln episodes notes. That will take you there in last season's. NFL Playoffs as every football fan remembers the New Orleans Saints were on the verge of a trip to the super bowl breeze that that played for one of the worst. I calls in sports history going crazy as there's no right on the same sideline but it was all anyone could talk about for days the bad call you had saints fans screaming last night glaring case of pass interference one of the most obvious case you'll ever see and it wasn't penalized and it led to an unprecedented response from saints fans billboards boycotts federal lawsuits against the NFL including report of a possible class action lawsuit against the NFL filed by people who lost big money betting on the same the issue even ended up on the floor of the US Senate. The state of Louisiana is outraged because of what happened in the Superdome last Sunday today. We're GONNA talk with the Athletics Larry Holder a football columnist who lives in New Orleans about why saints fans have taken their quest for justice to new extremes and we'll hear why neither the rule change that came from all of this nor yesterday's rematch between the two teams has changed how saints fans feel from wondering on the athletic. I'm Cathy Davidson and I'm unders Kelco. It's Monday September sixteenth and this is the lead it felt like something was there is something of emotion and passed because you Cassini. This isn't a story here the athlete it stays with you. AK- what's at bonders well before we get started. This is the very first episode of the lead and and since you and I are the hosts I thought maybe we should just quickly explain what the show is so. The lead is the show. I always wish existed an I. I always wished I could have listened to you. I'm a sports writer obviously but I was a sports fan. I it's really all about great stories great stories from great sports reporters who you are all over the country and on the ground I mean these are journalists who live in these cities and no these teams and no these players but you don't have to be a fan of those those teams or those players to care about these stories for example in this first episode you talk to Larry Holder who has covered the New Orleans saints for Almost fifteen years. There's about why this terrible call provoked such an unprecedented reaction and talking to Larry. Really helped me understand Dan. Weiss aints fans did what they did. It's really something anyone could identify with so. Should we get to the story. Let's go for it so Larry. Let's start with a very basic question. How important is football is the game of football to the city of New Orleans. I'll just put it to you this way. When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans August two thousand and five and of course everyone one is recovering from the storm people. Are Literally taking their FEMA checks to by saint season tickets. That's how important the saints are to this community and I'd say without the saints returning to the city at that point. I don't think the city would have ever actually rebounded so I would say on like many if any NFL fan base within the League all right so. Let's go back to this incredible no call its last year's. NFC Championship game the saints in the Rams are tied in the fourth quarter and the saints look like they're about to score and book a trip to the Super Bowl convert. It's a good chance to saints are GonNA. Come Away with more points on this possession raucous three what happens next Tommy Lee Lewis who was really kind of an unknown receiver within the saints receiving core or he's not one of their top targets. He's basically running free down the sideline quick snap breeze and then nickell Robey Coleman in absolute absolute desperation flies basically headfirst into Tommy. Lee Lewis as drew brees has a perfect pass completed. We've no flag Tommy Lee Lewis to officials are looking at each other. One looks like he's about to take the flag out and throw it a second one basically weekly says no no no and it's not pass interference or a helmet to helmet call which is also of course illegal in the NFL and the play just goes on so you're you're in the stadium when this happens. How does the crowd react. It was utter aghast crowd's going crazy as there's no flag right on the saint sideline and then the course the replay they put it up in the on the big screens in the superdome and everyone loses their minds beautiful he was doing was was staring down. Lewis and just blame the man and you add it all together and it became aim a complete and utter debacle the rams get the ball back. The Saints Defense is probably a little bit in Shell Shock. The rams drive down the field. They kick a field goals. Send it to overtime to cease. Get the ball. First in overtime. Drew brees is hit throws an interception which means when the rams get the ball back. All they've got to do is kick a field goal and that was a preview of the the first episode of the lead to hear the rest of the episode. Listen and subscribe to the lead on Apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now..

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"lombardi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"lombardi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And we continue our conversation with author David Miranda and his book when pride still mattered a life of insulin bardy, and we love to cover these stories. This book was written almost two decades ago that we cover the great Iconex stories in this country, and the writers who wrote the books and for those who hadn't read this book, well, go to Amazon dot com. It's still out there folks, and you won't put it down. If you read it and David Lombardi had no room in the locker room for racism, or in the city of Green Bay does that have anything to do with how he was treated as an Italian he'd been called wop Guinea dago, and so many other bad names, he knew the sting of racism and racial prejudice. It did certainly affect Lombardi that. That's not to say that that was the only factor because I think there are other Italians who were discriminated against or anybody you can react one of two ways, you can find somebody else to discriminate against stealth or you can kick it as a learning lesson about you know, that we're all in the same boat. Lombardi took it that way in the best possible way. Would he got degreen bay? You know, I think there were three blacks in the whole town was the shoeshine man at the Northland hotel and the other two were Packers. He brought the first wave of of great black athletes to Green Bay and one of the first things he did was go to all the taverns in Green Bay or most of them. There's so many overwhelm every block, right? But he said if I hear that you're discriminating against steady my players, you're off limits for all of them that had a pretty profound effect. That was sort of thing he did throughout his career when they had preseason games in the south. The first instance there in New Orleans and the black players had its sleep somewhere else. He said we'll never allow this again. And he would put the whole team up together at a Irby base instead of having to deal with this with the Jim crow south. He was very strong on race. And all of us black players from the day. They first met him to the day. He died revered him for that. In the military. We all know this about the military long before there was integration talk the first real cultural institution in America. Brought the races together was the military Dame. Yeah. No, that's true. I mean too late it'd happened after World War Two, basically. But but the military and sports more than any other parts of American life have become true meritocracy at least in the playing field or on the field of battle. They did a lot both of those institutions to to break the racial barriers of this country. Let's talk about prayer. You said it was quote, the essence of Lombardi's religious practice in the constant of his daily routine. His daily prayers weren't effort to balance the tension between his will to succeed in his desire to be good. You know, it's quite something that he saw that it himself. He might have the appearance of not being the most self reflective human being so. Obsessed. Did he see with with prevailing? But it's act. He did have that self-awareness it. It was the central part of his faith of his life of prayer was to try to find the right balance. Even if he couldn't do it outside of the the church. He understood the problem that he was dealing with in his own frailty that and that was that was what he spent a lot. He didn't pray to witty prayed to be a better person and in your chapter trinity. His son talked about his dad, and I'm going to quote from the sun. Life was a struggle for my dad. He knew he wasn't perfect in a lot of habits that were far from perfect his strengths were his weaknesses and vice versa. He fought it by taking that paradox to church. It went back to the Jesuits always in the struggle between the shadow self and the real self you and your divinity he saw that struggle clear. My. Bad in concrete terms. Wow. What a why Sunday to that's something? I know I felt blessed when I started this biography that Vince Lombardi son was not perpetuating a mythological seated creature is a father, but had a clear eyed vision of him, and it wasn't. He didn't hate his father. He loved his father. But he knew his father's flaws. And he had suffered because of that himself and spent a lot of time thinking about it. So that by the time, I approached this book, Vince, junior was very open to authors sort of see the reality of the complexity of the paradox of of his old man went father and son doesn't have this complicated relationship and the honesty of this. The brutal honest if it was absolutely beautiful. I agree. I mean, every every father son mother daughter relationship has some complexity to it of one degree or another. This one was a little more complex because of the father's fame and his obsession, the suburbs inability to breakthrough until until you know, it's almost too late. But that level of crappy Hitchin of of its junior of what is father was dealing with is quite extraordinary. Lombardi would go on to win a world championship by beating his old team. The New York Giants, and he didn't just beat the giants daily destroy them. When the score was. Thirty-seven and nothing he finally started playing his subs and Lombardi called that title game. The biggest thrill of his life. Well, you know, he probably thought that he was going to be the coach of the New York Giants. You know, he was a New York kid that was he liked. He had Wellington morale with what the Fordham in the same era. There are a lot of connections there. He didn't get the job. And then by the time, he was might have gotten it. He did what a leave again. So beating the beating the New York Giants. I would say that I thirty seven to nothing game was probably the the most important of his career along with the last one with the ice bowl at the end. There was this great celebration at the elks club in town. And everyone was there after this victory players to you wrote this about Lombardi and the men he coached quote as despotic and unfeeling as he could sometimes seem on the practice field. The coach had taught them how to win lifted their self image. He challenged them to accomplish things that they had fought were beyond their reach. I wanna play you a clip. It's Jerry Kramer, talking about coach and. This is a guy talking possibly David twenty to thirty years after this incident. Let's take a listen to Jerry Kramer of though size. One time at a scrimmage, and he got my faith. You said Mr. the concentration period college students, five minutes. High school is three minutes. Kindergarten thirty seconds. You don't even have that could you but me.

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"lombardi" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Michael. Lombardi, Lombardi, how're you doing great Tate. Fraser Udal them on this journey across the United States. I had the greatest experience yesterday, so I'm driving millionaire driving outta El Paso, Texas, and you know, we're kind of going. I don't know if you've made that dry from El Paso to wherever you're going. And I see a sign that says, Beaumont Texas, eight hundred and thirty two miles on my coli shit this the states like forever. Right? And so anyway, I'm driving along and millions like we've got to get gas like this is like, it doesn't look very, like we're going to be a gestation anytime soon. So we pull into this town. I have no idea really where I am. It says fort Hancock. Oh my God. It was like it was meant to be there. I am in fort Hancock where Red Cross to go see Andy Defraigne in Shawshank and it just made my day. I was so happy. I mean, it was almost like go into a presidential museum for me. It was. But it was great. I loved it. I took pitchers in fort Hancock, although it was a little sketchy there. I gotta tell you I wouldn't vacation fort Hancock for anybody who wants to go there and there was a lot of security down. There are a lot of guys with rifles. Yeah, the closer you get to Juarez and as someone who stayed in leukaemia in El Paso driving out to Los Angeles, I can tell you that there's some things down there you might not want to see, but it's a beautiful part of the state, west Texas. As you drive through, you can go about one hundred miles per hour, and it feel like you're going forty miles per hour as you were saying. One quick thing that I want to do a little bit of cleanup cleanup duty here, Tuesday are week four show. Lombardi, a lot of people on the Twitter sphere for people that aren't on Twitter and just all you know, I was getting text messages calls, emails, people were asking about the the f..

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"lombardi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Dime. Thank you. We put inspector texters, beard on President Trump and kind of work fitting next next project, the same outfit, and we shall be complete. All right, Mike, Lombardi, thank you so much for coming in here. Thank you have been very provoking, and I'll give you a Newman Newman doc. So and find a DVD for Mike to go home and enjoy, and I'll send you arlando Brown's tres trades, like after soccer. Fifty cents worth of blue Raymond. I love it. I'm sort of szeswith that guy, and I make documentaries, and I thought that guys, it's a really good story about subject per document. It really is because it, you know, the I learned more. I've been in pro football my whole life, and I learned more from watching the wire about the culture of the players than I did in anything because you don't realize, you know, I'm white guy, grew up in south jersey and a little beach town, and you're dealing with these kids that grew up in inner city and you, you're judging them as if you live their life. And the wire taught me a lot about it. I, I just finished a doc about the first black man to ever race in the Indy five hundred and with Orlando, Zeus, Brown. I could do the two millionth black man to ever play in the. A powerful store every time I hear something about that guy, just all just picture great. And I think if he would've went to world wrestling, how popular would he have? Well, at six, six, seven, four hundred pounds and notice and not juiced up. A lot of these other guys were doing a lot of drugs and stuff. I mean natural. Yeah. You take a look at least is guys without all the pharmaceuticals or walk around two hundred ten pounds. Yeah. All right. We will do take Branko good sports and then we'll come back with Gina's eat your feeling. Aids Adam Corolla. It's Mark Garrod's. We do a show called reasonable down best our in the universe sometimes fifty four minutes. And sometime we've been known to do forty eight minutes as well. And sometimes our six, either way we round up. We like like Mark bills. It's exactly like in six minute intervals exactly. Every Saturday on apple podcasts and podcasts. What subscribed reasonable doubt the best hour in the universe with Mark and Adam Corolla every Saturday on podcast, one Corolla, digital and apple podcasts..

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"lombardi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was not good, George Lombardi. That's Lombardi is a lifelong New Yorker where he's in private practice, as you might guess the story was a tough one to fit into the mosque time limit, and Dr Lombardi recently sat down with the Moscow to'real producer Meg Boles who directed the story to talk about what was left on the cutting room floor. You mentioned in your story that when you're in your hotel, and you turn on the TV. And there you were on the TV. And I wonder was that the moment when you felt that all the eyes of India were kind of watching you or was there another time that that started to kick in or well, I think that so again, I'm I'm operating on fumes because I'd travelled for had been awake for probably close to thirty hours. And I step out of the hospital, and I'm waiting for my ride and my ride, of course, again, I didn't go anywhere without my my security detail of nuns, and I'm waiting for my ride. But I was told that they were in chapel. So I had to stand outside, you know, I saw this kind of orange haze. And I thought maybe there was a fire off in the distance. And then I realized as as things came into focus that again, it was what was estimated to be about five thousand people holding candles. And that was my first real moment that I saw how you know, how desperate things were that you know, what I what have I what had I gotten myself into. I love that. You still have a relationship with the sisters. You also still have a relationship with the sisters here in New York, right? They have their their main conference on east hundred forty ninth street and. You don't medical issues they call or come by though, there are pretty hardy stock. You know, I had some surgery several years ago, and I wake up. Well, I'm out of the recovery. I'm surrounded by a group of nuns who were holding him saying a prayer. Now, you can't you can't you can't buy that. Really? And. Anyway, they're very devoted to me are very devoted to the. That was Dr George Lombardi, Dr Lombardi practices in New York where he says he sees both saints and centers. To hear more Meg Boles.

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"lombardi" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"His Gulf to you. Now with the Lombardi trophy of a whole, listen as nothing to do with the Lombardi trophy. This game is frustrating in itself in itself. Great to be out here quite honestly, you know, and to be to be recognized and and just. You know, I, I guess too. It's a humbling experience. You know you're around some of your peers out here in some of these guys have played this game, and it's amazing. It's fun to to be a part of it. You know, the goal for me is, you know, sort of secondary, you know, we just don't get enough time to play, but you know, it's fun. It's fun to to meet new people, build relationships, and I feel like that's what it's all about now. I mean, I'm sure you already know from ESPN Kevin Gandhi. One of the other sportscenter anchors along with Matt. Kevin is a huge eagles fan me and him have had a bromance because of your run, and now we're getting tattoos, are you? Yes. So what thank you know what? Here's what I'm gonna do. Here's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna let you pick it out. I'm gonna let you pick the tattoo out because my buddy Bob Parsons who owns z. also owns a Harley Davidson dealership that has a tattoo parlor in it, and he wants to do two twos for me and Kevin. So I'll. Let you whatever tattoo you would like to represent the eagles for me for the rest on all me. I'm gonna let you pick the tattoo out. It's done. It's got, I've got my mind. Ooh. Okay. So now for the golf? Yeah. How did this, how to golf start for you? Who turned you onto the game, and when did you start playing? My dad did when I was in elementary school through high school grown up in Washington state. If I wanted to play golf, I get up at six thirty in the morning and go to go to the golf course with my dad, and and we walked. It was a municipal course nine hole course in Ferndale Washington, where we grew up and he said, hey, if you wanna play, let's go. And a lot of times I would hit out of his bag and use his irons. And as I got a little bit older little bit stronger, I, I would use his club's a little bit more and so he turned me onto golf when I was when I was a kid, what is golf? Because I love talking to coaches because you guys teach. That's what you do when you try to take lessons from one.

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"lombardi" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on Night Call

"She used to be flocks, Lombardi, and now that's a sandy, but now that's the sandy but figured changed your handle the way you can do now idea activate. I wanted to go away. I think I'm do it again, deactivated. Yeah, that's because I had been like I had put on a code so that if I signed out, I had to like tech attacks to sign back in hanging telling my boyfriend about it. I was like, yeah, you know, it's like when they put up those suicide barriers on bridges that like make it a little harder to jump over, you know. And he was like the fact that this is like what you're saying. To logging into Twitter's, you have that extra moment to think about it and then you don't jump off of it for a long time. And all I did was just, yeah, log out of. I haven't had the app on my phone until recently. I added it just to do night, call tweets. But for my personal one, I haven't had the app for really long time. And so I just logged out which meant that I had to log in each time it and that was like enough to make me not do it for really long time. It seeks xactly like cigarettes in sumo. No, except less pleasurable. It's totally true. It's like like I smoked for way less long than I was on Twitter, but it's similar. It's like at first your leg got allowed back in Ghana log back in and then like after a little while you just like, don't want to anymore. But yeah, I don't know. Here's just making me feel really bad everyday. So I took a break a night call at one, two, four, four, six.

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"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The forty niners inside out first off dave where you're listing about five minutes ago i wasn't i wasn't why inadvertently called you mike lombardi and then turned on me and the point is i said how big is this guy i'm not afraid of him how big are you dave six five and a half one hundred five pounds well then i am afraid i told gary in the last segment that you kick his ass how old are you dave i'm thirty yeah you've got you on your side but i know a couple moves he's not angry though what do you now what's that old move i go get in the car and go davy if you're like when's the last time you were in a good fight you know i grew up in the central valley so back in high school we had a few good ones so that i would have to say twelve years ago thirteen years ago so you ask you what are we fighting on a tractor or something there were party is out out on you know fields and farmer anyway i i apologize for calling you mike lombardi these guys made it sound like i just committed murder but a little chip in of course with we've got dean lombardi on the guests dean lombardi who by the way lived in sonoma's county didn't know that between jobs vince vince lombardi joining us on the record and believable these guys dave you ready to talk some football i'm ready i'm always ready to run with my last name okay yeah thank you hey the reuben foster thing the way it ended two games how did you have it pegged prior you know i it was really hard to predict because dan f l is so famously volatile these kinds of situations last year as equal elliott wasn't even charged or domestic violence yet you still got the six games which is the baseline suspension for domestic violence so i think that all things considered the forty niners are pretty happy with the two games just because you didn't know what the nfl was going to come down with and i think if you ask the forty niners five months ago would you trade all of this that you know to be over and reuben foster gets two games right now and i think they would have taken that deal so i think it was really hard to predict anything all things considered the forty niners and reuben foster pretty happy with this and that's why he's not feeling.

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"lombardi" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"And play to the best of your ability and play very hard and worked together as a team so you know that for me was something that i think resonated throughout the sports world and really created this essence of respect and trust that he had not just amongst his team but amongst his peers and really put him into legend status was kind of that idea of you know i'm gonna take ownership of this as the head coach and here's what i really need you to take ownership which is how you show up every day and how heartbe push each other yeah that's so true effect there there are some bad leaders that i know of today who still know the importance of making sure they're defining how their teams can hold them accountable you know there are some people who need some serious work on the leadership front but they still know the importance of saying that of saying to their people this is what you can expect out of me design can hold me accountable whether or not that's actually true or they allow the people to hold them accountable is another question but they at least acknowledged the importance of that that it is a two way street that just having the title of leader doesn't doesn't make you you know the the the person who's who who sets all the rules and everybody else has to come follow along blindly it is a it's a symbiotic relationship and i think he was one of the first leaders to really articulate that in such a way that that people you know kind of you know bid onto that and took it with them so i i definitely love that the other thing that i like to about him and this is something that the the first time i heard this i didn't even know it was vince lombardi who said it but i had a leader once who who said this quote to me and it was a lombardi quote and he just loved it and it was i firmly believe that any man's finest hour his greatest fulfillment of all he holds dear is that moment when he has worked his heart out in good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle victorious and it was it's it's very sports oriented there's no no question about it but if you look deep within it.

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"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wine and more my jaw drops every time i walk in wine beer cigars all the accessories and decorations i need when family this bobby that was just amazing we went to give it a try at the tasting table as soon as i tasted it i knew it was going to be perfect for watching the fireworks i can't wait for my next trip to total wine and more they always find something that's freakin delicious now back to murphy and mac on knb are six eighty we appreciate the the new intern mike lombardi sound saying he really likes the niners this year but that only spurred the the anti mike lombardi crowd saying why are you quote mike lombardi he knows nothing about football and they're coming after the interns news judgment pt are not lazy late losing keys but now he's quoting false false prophets suit is the judgment that's also meanwhile somebody said hey just queue up jason kelsey who is a super bowl champ unlike mike lombardi and good old adam copeland who who never misses anything who doesn't show a blade doesn't lose keys no no no he found this jason kelsey from the super bowl his opinion on mike lombardi's doc was hired the worst coaching hire by a lot of freaking out there in the media off season mike lombardi qualified coach doc peterson down the super bowl.

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"lombardi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"No not the red she looked so fall out boy brian it's a ten creates what kind of products luke we'll take it it's hair care who's laying on the horn what was that there curse scores one other guys here's your question to call the all white ball on a pool tables known as what that is correct brian miss scarlet and mrs peacock are characters from what game i know i'm gonna guess there pok mon no clue scores one the one here's your question nicole vince lombardi was a player and a coach in what sport vince lombardi player and a coach and what sport play basketball lombardi trophy and basketball the answer was football and brian the cmt show making the team is centered around what team rate show what it really gets show it would be making a country i'm now it's about the dallas cowboy cheerleaders young girls would a dream man young girls dream let's.

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"lombardi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Success that makes my body the more interesting character and he did have those vulnerabilities in those uncertainties and they drove him as much as as his confidence that he was gonna win indeed and i love this video i don't know if you've ever seen it's lombardi on a on a in front of a chalkboard and he's outlining this weep oh yes that's that's iconic yeah it's like a physics class it's so intricate and yet he mastered this team mastered this play and it became all the became the economy play of the great american football team known as the green bay packers i love the story of the sweep as much as anything to describe them slumber party because superficially it seems simplistic you know the other teams would have all of these fancy plays and yeah packers had this power sweep the green bay sweep and other teams knew it was coming so why did it succeed it's because lombardi taught it so well and so thoroughly and allowed freedom in the discipline of that sweep so that every player involved in that sleep whether they're black or the runner knew about ten or twenty variables that they could use on the sweep depending on how the defense is reacting and they understood it so well that they were one step ahead of the defense on that play and that was the freedom through discipline of of of lombardi's philosophy exemplified by one play that seems simple but actually was rendered simple in its complexity and.

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"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"For him to to actually let that option go through in two thousand nineteen but they don't have to decide that yet so do they bought themselves some more time we'll see what happens i do know that a lot of people think he might be a better fit in three four scheme not in the four three and again this gives them a little bit more trading value with him if they have them under team control for a little bit longer so it's going to be a wait and seek kind of thing but in all facts two thousand eighteen is still a contract year for armstead we're talking with david lombardi from the athletic a quick reuben foster thing it appears as each day passes that indeed is looking like he is still going to be a member of this organization kyle shanahan and john lynch have made it very clear that the the standard here because we weren't really sure a few weeks ago what the what the standard would be for either keeping or cutting reuben foster but right now at the if if it's on earth throughout this legal process that he did hit his ex girlfriend as the da alleges i think it was eight to ten times if that is proven true than they've said they're gonna cut him anything short of that though if if the and it looks right now because she she right now is apologizing the foster throughout statement saying that's all the charges are based on live so that doesn't go through they they're gonna keep them and we're just waiting to see if the da continues with this case they're still reviewing a video that the alleged victim claims exonerates foster completely and the next hearing on may eighth we're trying to date lombardi and huma gasline niners over the weekend made nine draft picks and they also dress size drafted free agents after the draft and a lot of people say undrafted free agents let's be honest i mean the best wide receiver and the best running back they got last year out of the.

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"lombardi" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The real time aspects of it and we started going into sims and we are training in simulations not for a nominal day were training for the vince lombardi a moment or vince lombardi told the the football teams you know practices are really hard because we wanted to make the game fun so when you go on the on the gridiron for the game you're you're ready for whatever's coming at you in the similar sense the sims that we were doing our to exercise our privatizations are wrist mitigations be able to draw on the team members all around the world to be able to make conscious decisions to keep the crew safe to keep the vehicle safe into accomplish whatever that day's mission is when the the very evil similar sim overlords the sim soups the we call them cto's but the guys who designed the training environment of throw at us the malfunctions the per purpose is to exercise our good practices for risk mitigation risk management and including all the aspects that we need to be aware of for prioritizing the recovery aspects so when they throw the kitchen sink oftentimes a kitchen sink is also broken and we have to work how do we how to repair how to get to a functioning standpoint where we can keep the crew safe and begin repairing the vehicle so how much of it is intimately knowing how to fix it versus intimately knowing who to talk to to get everyone together to fix it so i i will my my prophecy my my view of the world is there's no one hundred percent answer you give me two options yeah i can't say it's hundred percent either case in fact it's a blend of both of those options seeing a little bit of experience knowing how the iss system is built and choices and likelihood for path in decisions but it's also relying upon the subject matter experts that we have in all the control centers around the world.

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"lombardi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Boy dour never forget this and i was so hoganhowe lombardi's not gonna kill me an eight may now runs off the table as i'm running known to snap for the extra point and he says the lombardy in a very loud voice out my finger is worthless and he did not play the rest of the day never forget that and you know what lombardi never even mentioned it to me animal feed knew would happen embarg didn't hold it against me thank goodness for that actually happen remarkable mike and mike in the great bill curry in and there and then among the many reasons we wanted have you today not not first and foremost is to say thank you for all that that you brought to our show but second is because you always have such enlightening wisdom that you can share not just with us but with our audience and so i i would start that part of the conversation by asking you now you played for these two brilliant legendary coaches at start with lombardi if there was one lesson you learn from lombardi that you've taken with you through your life that you think would be meaningful to our audience today what would it be this lombardi's greatest attribute in my opinion and this is my opinion of whether you look at it from that humans standpoint or the spiritual standpoint he was a deeply spiritual man or if you look at it from a competitive advantage standpoint his greatest asset is that he would not tolerate racism we had more african american players on the green bay packers get the team pictures out and study them other teams had quotas or they had no african american players and they brag about it.

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"lombardi" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Don't care where europe later wondering what was it light playing in green bay after a lombardi after this on wtmj you're listening to the wtmj conversations and welcome back to the program greg matzek with you on 620 wtmj all mccarron played for the packers beginning in 1973 however it was after vince lombardi left town the what was it like in green bay host lombardi glory years of the packers out as well chronicled in the '60s the returned to glory with reggie white and bread barbie and current state of the packers obviously in very good hands what pointer you make that that time in between yes sir is that where you're headed un where i live in one cuts of the chase a plumber were going and what was it likely football and green bay in the '70s after all the vince lombardi hillis was fine i played were people who were part of those teams of the first name or comes to mind is you'll gillingham uh probably the bus offense of lyman i've ever seen he was part of those teams and so there was a there were some somewhat of eu residue laugh or matter or there a certain way they were going to do things regardless of the coach are one of them was doing up pounds because french lombardi dan i'm dan find to them or start to them and worse greg denim i mean and that is about the most excruciating way to start practising the history of practice and it was awful but was part of the green bay culture and the but uh you mentioned newport was like playing during the 70s and 80s and so forth in between their glory years in return for this this is a fact it is a privilege the play the sport or profession or the that's a fact i don't care where you're later wondering what if you're fortunate enough to be in this league i mean you are one fortune her person and i think it's a privilege the play the game because a it is the greatest teams were acting professional football is.

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"lombardi" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lombardi" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"All time and it's no surprise that there's a middle school in green bay wisconsin named after lombardi who won five championship says coach the packers what might be surprising however if epi school that bears lombardi's name would come up short on coaches for its football team this season and appears to be the case at lombardi little school where these schools principle send a letter to parents announcing that the football season will have to be cancelled this year due to lack of applicants were there coaching vacancies the decision affects seventh and eighth graders of the school a local club team has offered students were looking to play a chance to join west so can you believe as our yeah yeah no no coaches eta at lombardi middle school while is is is not only that amine it's it's in green bay yes you also got the university of wisconsin green bay rice would you think students who've graduated is teachers might have some football knowledge being from the green bay area and be interested in coaching barely of late the explanation by the renzo apparently they uncovered the unturned every rock they you know sort of went through word of mouth through high school coach is and things like that in rarely nobody wants to coach at the lombardy wild schooled me those those sites jobs not be stepping stones if you won't be school cold tried and may be an on says the here's hoping somebody may even a player with the here's or so maybe silvio bond right of some time here good for the for these middle schoolers thank you mike fourteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning america's first news small business never stops moving so.

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