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Protests continue for racial justice in the Seattle area following shooting of black Kenosha, WI man

News, Traffic and Weather

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Protests continue for racial justice in the Seattle area following shooting of black Kenosha, WI man

"Police police in in Kenosha, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Wisconsin, has has fueled fueled more unrest in Seattle was Tammy toss has been following marchers who vandalized Amazon ghost store near the SPD s West Precinct Protesters started a calendar some park tonight, Marcia the East Precinct, blocking the intersection around carrying wooden shields, umbrellas. Wearing goggles and gas masks. East Precinct struggle eyes for flash at the building. Some demonstrators climbed a fence and threw objects of the building. A few officers came out and right here, but they went back inside, and it looked like they were outnumbered. Along

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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Sutra Statements For The Fifth Principle

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:58 min | 2 months ago

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Sutra Statements For The Fifth Principle

"Hello friends I'm Deepak Chopra. This is daily breath. We're continuing our discussion on the fifth principle of sinker destiny. Today. I'd like to offer you, Sutra statements. That apply to the fifth principle. Harnessing your emotional. So remember Sutras adjusts simple statements. Today we are combining them. With. Imagination. Lead you once again through about twelve different things you can imagine. He the choose one or more a twos one randomly or choose them sequentially. Let's Start with the exercise always start with a few minutes watching a breath. Or using the mantra. Now One imagine that you're without physical form you're just pure field of awareness without no form. You're everywhere at all times. Imagine that right now. And mentally say to yourself. Mock shop. Repeated. A few times mark. Moke shop. To imagine that you have left behind forever any sense of anger or resentment. And Mentally, repeat yourself. Moshe. Moshe. Three. Imagine that you're free from blaming everyone and anyone free from feeling blame. August. Imagine that state of awareness. And now, mentally recite Moshe Moshe Moshe. As many times as you want. For imagined that you never dreamed into melodrama. Imagined that state of being and mentally repeat, yourself, Macho Macho. Five imagine that you can choose any motion feeling you want. Right now that you want to experience joy peace equanimity. Love compassion harmony laughter. Imagine. A positive fulfilling emotion. Below body. and. Repeat, Mentally Macho Macho Macho. Six imagined that you can set any goal you want to achieve and that you have actually achieved it. Imagining achieving that goal and mentally recite. Marcia Moshe Moshe. Seven imagine that you're free of your habitual compulsions and patterns of Babia. And Mentally Recite. MOCHA. Moshe Moshe. Eight imagine that you're free of all disempowering addictions, the addiction to power the addiction to security the addiction to sensation, and Mentally Recite Macho Macho Macho. Nine imagine that you never participate in any gossip. Mentally, recite, don't shop Moshe Moshe. Den Imagine that you're free to respond at the highest level no matter what the situation is or how anyone else bibs and mentally. Keep Repeating Moshe Moshe Moshe. Eleven, imagine that there are no limitations to what you can manifest. No limitations. No compromise. Moshe Moshe Moshe. And twelve imagine that you can see infinite possibilities at all times. And Mentally Recite Workshop Macho Moshe.

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IRS Announces Taxpayers Can Make Checks Directly Payable To Any Corporation Or Billionaire They Want This Year

The Topical

02:48 min | 3 months ago

IRS Announces Taxpayers Can Make Checks Directly Payable To Any Corporation Or Billionaire They Want This Year

"The onion and onion public radio. This is the topical I'm Leslie Price. Mother fucker and we'll be right back. Hey, does anyone know who I talk to about getting my w two? If there's one thing everyone hates. It's doing taxes. However, the Internal Revenue Service recently announced a major change that they're hoping will make it easier this year for taxpayers to file OPR's financial correspondent Marcy Hammond joins me now with more on this marcy. What can you tell us well as lead the? IRS is rolling out a new system that will cut out the middleman so to speak starting this year. Year tax payers are instructed to just make their checks payable to any billionaire they want. It certainly does get rid of a step or two, but what led to the IRS making this change well irs funding has been cut by twenty five percent in the last ten years leaving the agency understaffed and under resourced. It takes a large workforce to get all that money into the pockets of the. The wealthy so from the tax agencies point of view. This change kills two birds with one stone. I spoke with Iras agent Marcia Krieg. Who explained how it works? Sending money to us have become irrelevant wasteful step. The IRS would cash taxpayers checks only for the funds to then be transferred to billionaires in the form of corporate subsidies, tax breaks and money grants for the corporations, but having tax payers. Payers right there. Check directly to Mike Bloomberg. Bill Gates or anyone in the coke family really streamlines that process so tax payers choose which of the nation's richest CEO's. They send their money to to be honest. It doesn't matter any of the five hundred and forty billionaires in the United States will do because your cash is eventually going to end up going to them anyway. However Payments Jeff Bezos. The fastest interesting, and how has it been working out for those who have already filed their taxes this year? Well I spoke to a few taxpayers, and so far they seem to think this new rule just makes sense. It was really easy. I paid my billionaire online turbo tax offered me some suggestions to choose from Howard Schultz Jack. Dorsey I chose the Elon Musk option and with just a click I deposited the money right into one of his. His offshore accounts I went down to H. and R. Block and ended up owing two hundred dollars to mark. Zuckerberg. I thought about fudging the numbers a bit, but facebook probably House on my financial that already in I. Don't WanNa on it. That brings up an interesting point. What if you owe a lot of money and taxes and the time to pay off or to get an extension? Well Billionaires Larry. Page Jamie, Dimon and the Walton family of. Of already set up their own tax, departments offer payment plans to tax payers, but just a warning. The interest rates are very high. It might be your only choice if you can't afford to pay. Just don't try to duck out on paying unlike the IRS, these tycoons wield a lot of power, and they will ruin you. Good advice but marcy I have to ask. This information has been out for a while now and today is tax day it. It seems like all. This information would have been more helpful to our listeners a few weeks even months

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What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:57 min | 4 months ago

What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

"Us now doctor who shot. He's the executive director for Harris County. Texas public health which includes Houston doctor. Thank you for joining US Harris County the third largest county in in the country, and it's now a corona virus hotspot population obviously. How bad is it on the ground right now where you are? Jake, first of all thanks for having me and let me let me answer that in a couple of ways wine. Is that obviously when you see and hear the numbers that we're we're you know we're seeing? But also what? You just brought up. Our concern is really very much about the numbers are one thing, but really it's. It's how busy the system is throughout whether it's the healthcare system as you just mentioned on the top of the hour here or if it's really what we're seeing in the community with folks that are really trying to get tested. We have seen an increase in everything, and that's what really concerns us. The Houston Mayor says the city needs to move quickly to slow this explosion of new cases. What needs to happen right now. To make sure that happened, so it doesn't get any worse. Well, as you know, Jake we as a community, did a fantastic job of fighting this pandemic early, and and all of our numbers show that case rates, death rates, etc, and now what we've seen since the reopening occurred starting may first and as you know other reopening was from the state side of of what they had decided how they had decided things. We're going to reopen. Since that period of time we've seen increases in cases and hospitalizations and the key masters that were saying is that we need to make sure that as things reopen and. You see three or four weeks later a few weeks later that you start to see the impact of the reopening now when you dial back, it's going to take a few weeks so for you to start to see. has there been an impact of that dampening back or that? Dial back and that's what we're really concerned about, is that have we already set this in motion that it's going to be too late to get all that we don't think so. We hope that we still have that opportunity as a community if we all. All do the right things. Stay home as our county executive judge Dala go on Friday. Raise the level of alert to read stay home if you don't need to go out certainly aware the face coverings, and do all the things, but stay out of those big crowds and social distancing is absolute, must and certainly testing the aspect of the final aspect that we WANNA. Make sure that people don't guess they take the test that we can. We can certainly know who's positive in our community. That's our best chance to get out of this. I want to share the rate of new cases in Texas because the rise is really dramatic just a few weeks ago. Texas seemed to gets to plateau holding steady at fewer than two thousand new cases a day, and now there's just this massive spike. What happened? Well I. Think I just said it was reopening. And what? I call the layering effect you layered reopening on top of holidays, milestone events, Mother's Day and Memorial Day weekend. You had the protests here. At least in in Houston on top of that graduations you had all sorts of activities that occurred. People layered back onto their normal activities as well as additional activities, and that's when you started to see the increase. I'm glad that the governor. Governor and the state have dialed back, but we are very concerned that urban communities such as Houston and obviously Harris. County, here also Austin and San Antonio in Dallas. We've got to make sure that we have those tools available to us, so we can find that in different than the other two hundred and fifty such counties in Texas so it has to be looked at differently in those urban communities as it is those rural jurisdictions. All right Dr Marcia. Thank you so much and best of luck with this as Houston goes through this. Horrific

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SpaceX's launch tomorrow heralds a new era of human spaceflight

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

SpaceX's launch tomorrow heralds a new era of human spaceflight

"A SpaceX rocket is scheduled to blast off tomorrow carrying a dragon capsule with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bank and to the international space station the AP's Marcia Dunn reports this is a very modern space craft their job is to fly this track and and see how it works now it's a fully automated capsule as we thought last year it can fly without anybody on board and doc just quite nicely with the space station but there are two people on board are going to be testing the life support systems the comfort of the seats in in in these very important fact greens brand new for a space craft there will be the first time astronauts launch from the U. S. in nine years and the first for a private

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Feel Good Habits with Marcia Kilgore

The Emma Guns Show

04:49 min | 6 months ago

Feel Good Habits with Marcia Kilgore

"I'm so trade at trying to turn around how I feel and and how I'm thinking so if I have an important event and I have to do it I will use all the again all those chosen. If it's just a tiredness thing it's water benefits. I can't cope with this thing will question that thought it so this fantastic limiting Byron Katie. Have you ever heard? Yeah Yeah I mean just. You don't have to study everything that she does or or be an expert at her method but just questioning whether or not the thought that you having is correct and this. I think it goes into my second habit which is connecting. Sometimes tired you feel fearful of because you're not connected and I honestly believe that. Humans are kind of like batteries. Sometimes we need to go off and Y- recharge so Rechargeable batteries as sometimes. You need to just go sleep or rest or whatever it is. Sometimes the the solution is actually go plug into another battery. And so that's what gets your energy flowing and if rest hasn't done it for you or if you're having thought that maybe isn't helpful and I would say there two kinds of thoughts fight right helpful or not. Helpful never true. It's like well you can. You can think about the same thing two different ways in helpful away. And that's your choice but remembering that if you're feeling anxious about something is just a unhelpful. Fought and maybe you need to do something differently and very often. I find that if I just connect with other people and you know you go and you recharge you meet somebody. Suddenly it lifts your energy so much and it's because you've got somebody else's energy to lift you up to feel connected and really easy way reaching out zooming somebody calling someone or just going in and getting into a different mode where you don't necessarily theol- like that problem or the thing that was maybe reducing. Your energy is still there because it's not true anymore in story. I'm really interested in what you said about unhelpful and helpful foods and I think that's a really brilliant way of distinguishing them and also it makes it really easy when you feel like you're having a bad day or you're in a negative head space for you to be able to say actually maybe. I'm just being really unhelpful. Now I need to be helpful. Did where did you learn? That former was that was a business thing or is that just something you learn as a kid think somewhere. I re as much as I possibly can because I also find that reading gives you so many ideas idea whenever you stuck. I just hope right when you you are stop and you can find a little point of light. It's almost like the guy that's out of that stuck place when you're in that place where you don't have enough light really acknowledge that will take you out of there so. I tend to read anything I can. Whether or not Student 'cause you always find a little snippets of inspiration in there and someone just said very simply in its true. I guess there could be a neutral thought by means you're having a thought and it's not helpful you will. This spot isn't helpful. So let me have a different thought. I have a great example of this so we a Finance Director. At one point he was know mark the most positive person and sometimes instructors. They could be you. Want them to be constructed frugal. And that's what a good finance director and we were trying to. I think trying to sell a product to retailer and I said Hey. Could you make this call to this retailer? 'cause I'm really Swanton in Buffalo and he Had emailed me Taylor and not hurt back and I. I think I emailed him. I said so. I won't say his name. Just he's he's losing said did you the retailer. And he said yes but haven't heard back from and so they're not they're not interested. I actually laughed and I said that's running because if I emailed that person a tape myself to do this and they did email that I would say. Oh holiday it's different. He comes up when I did get back. So they're not interested at automatically. Assumes is unhelpful fe and I would think must be on holiday did time to get back to me and interestingly a couple of days later they emailed back so you can either stretch yourself out give up and say oh it's negative or you can think oh they must be reason for this and it is sprayed training to have like yourself immediately into the positive thoughts but you can do it everybody can do is just Joyce.

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"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

11:20 min | 6 months ago

"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Clark Oh I wish we had dramatic music. Claire something you want like the cameras. Zoom in on her as she like turns around like who's this Kato Guy or something yes sancti smoking. Yeah Clark dressed in a blue business suit seemed to cato. Quite friendly too friendly especially when she opened her eyes wide. Put a big smile on her face and said hi how you doing. Can I get you anything? We're going to have a great time. Says kind of read like Michelle Remembers? Yeah he's like I'm your special nurse Kato. I knew right then and there. She was going to be trouble. He said she asked me to follow her. Once again. I was on the go. He took me to her office which I couldn't help. Noticing had a large poster him. Morrison on one wall when she saw me looking at it. She smiled and said you like Jim Morrison. So do I wait. Till IS HE UNDER OATH. Is he the houses working no? He's not under oath. He's being brought in her. Chat at this point. Okay she says are you a friend of okay. Simpson's yes a friend of Nicole as well. Yes live as guest house right. Yes an Ice Guest House. Very nice you have a bad sure by backwell right. Qena felt he was being treated like a preschooler. And wasn't going for it when you mind if I waited for my lawyer. That's when Clark's to minor took a sudden radical shift. Her smile disappeared. Her eyes grew harder. What are you hiding Mr Kaelin? Though hard chimed in he at Kato. What are you hiding? Come on you can trust us. He's you guys are trying to trick me. I WanNa wait for my lawyer. What are you hiding? Marcia Clark said louder this time I've got nothing to hide. I'll talk to you. I'll tell you everything I know. I just want to wait for my lawyer. Fine Marcia said and continued and then she keeps questioning him. So the Kato's version. We're going to have a little. Rock Chaman here and we're gonNA got marshes version now. Okay what do you think about that though? It's unethical like this is how the justice system is supposed to work the minute. Somebody says lawyer you stop you take a step back and you get them lawyer like that's the foundation of the whole thing and my feeling about all this is like listen. I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm not a lawyer. I have an MFA in fiction but it does seem to me that it's like not a bad idea to just have everyone have a lawyer if they want one just as a general default guess like that's just how it is so here's mark his version. It's Friday morning and she is in her office when she gets a call from one of the cops on detail who says Kayla's here with us but he says he won't talk unless lawyers with him. This was extremely unusual. Witnesses don't arrive in the company of lawyers unless they're worried about being charged with a crime from what I could see. Brian Kaelin had no criminal liability events he'd witnessed on the night of June twelve. Had clearly occurred after the murders. I was afraid that his request for an attorney meant that Simpson had gotten to him. Let's like Marcia you're not wrong. Like okay has gotten to him several times but like he has a pure silly heart and yes a lawyer because that's citizens right. Yeah it's weird. How many people within the justice system cannot fathom that the justice system itself traumatizes people? Yeah why would you want a lawyer? It's like 'cause I've read books. Yeah it's not like Lennie Briscoe offers to help you straighten everything out and like understands that you're telling the truth. I feel like her job. Depends on knowing. I mean. This is like the whole problem that it's not. It's not a Marsha problem. It's like a prosecutor problem. Oh yeah this is the culture. But she's an absolutely a prosecutor's job is literally to like believe what the cops say and to never believe suspect yeah and also again like structurally she can't show frustration at the police or the other lawyers was working with and not just because of the way the system is set which already is dumb but because she's a woman which makes it even less functional her it appears and so who can she take out her aggression on but Kato Kaylin right. The COPS Kato into my office at a little past nine. I looked up my paperwork and saw for the first time that wild man of dirty blond hair casual hip clothes goofy surfer. Boy Slouch my first thought zone out case she fucking hates him so much. It's hopeful and Canada's like well that's your opinion man and a lot of people like fucking hate that Kato Kaylin guy and some for why. Why do you hate puppies? Also so funny. I said that because the next line is hey guy. I greeted him. Hassle seem to go. He shook my hand and fix it at like a puppy. Puppies don't really fiction legit but inveighing the idea so good. She asks him if he feels prepared to go. Horrid rang hurry. She says he answered and half senses. Nodding Allot Matikane to save very little gray. I thought this guy can barely handle small tar. What's going to happen? We put them on the stand. But this there's no such thing as small talk with the prosecutor like drives me nuts like right. Now you're acting like we're just two people party like do you do. How long have you lived in? La That's not what's happening right like you need to behave as if you know that he knows that you have the power to sign him up the river. This is a situation which he is legally required through a subpoena to speak with you regardless of what the content of your conversation is like. What's your favorite marvel movie? All of it takes place under the structure of like. He's being compelled to be there. Yeah there is no such thing as small talk under those circumstances and Mercia should know that. Yeah and then it's like if someone is in a position of power. How do you make them behave in a way? That is respectful to the amount of power that they have over anyone. It's tough and also maybe that means that the official rules that we give people shouldn't be so powerful if people are consistently uncomfortable with having that much and if it's if it's systematically invisible to them yeah like if we're going to give it to them let's not render it invisible. Yeah so Marsha says I cut to the chase. Do you remember what you were doing when he heard the thump on your wall? Hey I was talking to my friend Rachel okay. That was what he had told the COPS. And she's like trying to outfox him and it's like Marcia he's sleepy. Yeah just just asking his tough and I love how she's like. I tried to approach him and he was taciturn and weird and so I had to play hard ball and Catos in her petition. It was like she was being weird and fake intriguing child. I didn't like it. I guess be back fever set. I understood that. Were you know what I am? Action his thing. Ping let him back into the French Kung Fu movie. And so Marcia says did you tell her about what you've heard. This is about Rachel and he says I really don't You know want to say anything until my attorney gets here. I mean you seem real nice and all and I really WANNA help you out. But really can't talk about the case without him. I'm real sorry really Marsha I am. His words tumbled over each other's he squirmed in his seat and cast me beseeching. Look I wasn't buying this act. Keta wasn't as dumb as he appeared. He cut off the questioning. Expertly Kato I don't get it. I'd hold him. Why do you think you need a lawyer? As far as I can tell you know liability whatsoever Marsha I know and and catos description Marsha continues rapid-fire questioning for awhile and then Mr Kaelin. Marcia Clark finally said leaning and smiling are you having fun yet God he looked at her and said hey. Is there a two drink minimum with that? The tension broke and everyone started of all things to laugh. Okay I love. This is Kato's version where he breaks the tension by telling a joke and like even though they're like bag hearing him and being kind of mean to him they all laugh because he funny assays comedy waiter skills coming out and then right after. Kato tells his joke. He says a man who looks. Kato like Wallace Shawn comes in. With the Kato's friend Allan and this is his lawyer. Oh Good Bill. Guinea pig organs inconceivable. Yeah so it's it's comforting to American Wallace Shawn coming to Kato's rescue and so- Kato's layer goes up to Martian says my client will remain silent and I'll answer any further questions for him. Ou Marcia Clark looked at her watch. It's five to one. You can have three minutes with your client before we take him to the grand jury. He's scheduled to appear one o'clock. That's ridiculous can ego said. How can you subpoena him for a grand jury? The same day you want him to testify. Clark stared heart again ego. Mr Kaelin is going to testify at one o'clock and that's that lawyers are dope. Get them and then catos lawyer turns to him and says we're going to go down to the grand jury and ask for an intervention. That's a postponement. Trust me on this and so- marshes like okay time to go and Cato's lawyers so they haven't even had to cancel it at the police reports like we haven't prepared in any way. This is truly ridiculous and Marsha says to keynote. You're going to testify. That's that she turned back to Guinea. Go and added. If you try to stop him I'll have you arrested for obstruction of justice. Whoa and response. Can you go to a piece of paper from a pad? Wrote down all that. He wanted Kato to say on the stand. It read on the advice of my attorney. I must respectfully declined to answer and assert my right to remain silent but there is something really I mean. After all this research I did in white collar crime. It is really remarkable. That like this is how rich people do rich people justice. It's like you simply don't say anything. Under any circumstances you should never talk to the police. Her any reason if you can possibly avoid it it's like their strategy is always like wait. Say Zero because if you say nothing that can't catch you in any lies if you say like Oh. I couldn't have done this crime because like I was in Tampa with my friend. Then they can check were you in. Tampa are their plane tickets. Who's your friend? Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera. If you just say literally nothing they have to actually move to the crime. They can't just catch you in one lie and once they catch you in one lights easy to find other lies and make guilty and also. Don't talk to them because you think no harm can come because you're innocent because accent people don't always seem innocent. Yes so catos lawyers telling him to treat this like he's a rich person which is good advice. Yeah yes he's like you have burnt out hair but you're going to get rich person. Just and Katie was led into the grand jury room and he he says it looks like nothing so much as a College Lecture Hall. It's like he's back at. U. W. O. Claire and so they swear him in and market starts questioning him about the night of June twelve and basically no matter what she asks. Kato guest reads off his piece of paper and says on the advice of my attorney. Ms Respectfully declined to answer. On a certain. I write for remain silent. Good message disciplined by Kato as we have said before. He does well if he's given direct. Yeah is this. Chapter of Marshall's book in all caps. This burnout wouldn't say shit. There's some italic okay. So the way market ascribes. All of this is Kato's lawyer asked to have the weekend to prep Kato to testify before the Grand Karan Monday instead of Friday and to go over the police statement and marshes. Like that's ridiculous. The statement is two pages long. You don't need the whole weekend. All you're doing is opening up more time and space or the witness be contaminated and for okay and his crowd and his lawyers to get to him. No it's hard because it's like. Yeah that's true. It's radio doesn't Kato's not really plotting any fat to believe his account..

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League-Best Boston Bruins Fall To NHL-Worst Red Wings For Second Time

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

League-Best Boston Bruins Fall To NHL-Worst Red Wings For Second Time

"First of the ice downtown it LCA on Sunday Berlin's threatening in the red wings all the wraparound feet right on the front is Marcia a work supervisor belittled the wrestling for opportunities for myself stop the ball good gal had to call a ninety seven with the ticket as the NHL's worst the red wings host of the league's best the Boston Bruins five seconds left more sleeve that across the car rolled up to summarize your available what what what the business turns out to be here tonight three of the rooms one hundred S. after this you snap to tie midway through the third and scored an empty net goal in the final minute lifting the wings

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"marcia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"marcia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And I'm Marcia Taylor did you see that guy was asked to leave during the president's speech he is Fred Gutenberg the father of a fourteen year old parkland shooting victim it happened just after president Donald Trump bowed to protect your second amendment rights listen well it's not exactly clear what we're saying we know it had something to do with gun violence he was quickly escorted out of the visitors gallery where he was a guest of Nancy Pelosi ever since the twenty eighteen shooting Greenberg has become a well known advocate for gun violence prevention and in a tweet he later apologized for the disruption to his family and friends son of a gun is ninety six point five W. D. BO some social media drama appears to be the heart of a violent attack in Orange County deputies arrested a woman in her boyfriend this week after they choked a woman stole her phone Apopka Shelby Jackson and Jerrell almond those were apparently upset about a Facebook post the victim made they thought was in reference to them the two are facing charges that include robbery and burglary here's an update to a story we've talked about senator Marco Rubio says companies pulling funding from the state school voucher program or making a publicity stunt to banks fifth third and Wells Fargo recently announced they're stopping future donations to the program it came after an Orlando Sentinel investigation found eighty three of the participating schools have policies discriminating against LGBT Q. students Rubio calls it a quote a blistering start aimed at earning woke miss points with the radical left he says the banks are really punishing thousands of underprivileged parents and students who may lose the chance to attend the school the otherwise couldn't afford gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DVL Google is apologizing after they confirm they sent some private videos to complete strangers here's what happened lots of people use Google photos to back up videos and photos stored on their phones Google offers an option for people to download a copy of their private data called Google takeout but when people use Google takeout to download their own content they were accidentally given in some cases videos uploaded by people they don't know a Google spokesperson says we fix the underlying issue have conducted an in depth analysis to prevent this from ever happening again we're very sorry this happened orally news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. good morning seven thirty five your listing lentils morning news updated weather and traffic every six minutes good morning Joe that strong front headed our way out ahead of it warmer weather eighty one today with a mix of sun and clouds pretty nice and comfortable mile tonight in the sixties to more close to record highs mid eighties on the way but again tomorrow night that front arrives strong to severe storms a possibility damaging winds isolated tornado risk again for tomorrow night from channel nine Eyewitness News I meteorologist Brian shields Brian it is now hazy cloudy and fifty eight at Orlando severe weather station six such security triple team traffic in checking the drive on I for one spend as your head now from Stanford the start tapping the brakes first near four thirty four from that point all the way to colonial drive in a take about thirty two minutes I for you spell slowdowns from twenty seven all the way to five thirty two for eighteen minutes they got twenty three minutes drive time from the turnpike to Emelia also gonna find some slowdowns on the four seventeen south bound just after red bug Lake Road few minutes there than a tap the brakes again analemma don't even lower prices on your favorite dell H. P. a little the windows ten computer system starting at just ninety nine ninety nine only and refresh computers is the refresh computer superstore in long would with traffic alerts every six minutes in.

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Trump and Pelosi Exchange Snubs at the State of the Union Address

America's Truckin' Network

01:24 min | 9 months ago

Trump and Pelosi Exchange Snubs at the State of the Union Address

"Hope you had your popcorn ready as the drama started before the president's state of the union this is the four clock report good morning I'm rob carpenter breaking now president trump addressing both houses of Congress in his state of the union address members of Congress we must never forget that the only victories that matter in Washington or victories that deliver for the American people but it was a divisive night with standing ovations from Republicans Democrats were mostly unresponsive ABC's chucks Iverson has more isn't inciting border wall construction praising the economy we must always remember that our job is to put America first most members applauded most special guests like one hundred year old Charles McGee one of the last surviving World War two to ski gear men and Marcia and Charles Mauler parents of an aid worker killed in Syria when the president mentioned healthcare Democrats chanted HR three for the house passed bill to lower prescription drug prices getting no action in the Senate at the end house speaker Nancy Pelosi stood and tore up her printed copy of the speech Brian Clark ABC news all did you miss the drama before the president spoke the president did not shake the hand of the speaker of the U. S. house Nancy poll see who had extended her hand to the president of the drama

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Nancy Pelosi plans to send impeachment articles to Senate

Orlando's Morning News

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Nancy Pelosi plans to send impeachment articles to Senate

"Now morning news good morning I'm re computer Marcia Taylor three week long stalemate on the hill could come to a close this week house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expect to be in the process of sending the articles of impeachment of the Senate move comes without any concessions from Senate leader Mitch McConnell here's reporter and Flaherty had insisted that she wanted to see the trial rules before she sent over the impeachment articles she never got to see though she never got a promise that she was gonna get witnesses in the Senate trial so Republicans are saying look you're you know playing politics this is clearly political if you think that president Donald Trump as such a threat to the nation then you don't want to wait until the twenty twenty election but essentially what she did was wait are

Kucherov scores 2, Lightning top Coyotes 4-0 for 9th in row

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Kucherov scores 2, Lightning top Coyotes 4-0 for 9th in row

"Nikita Kucherov scored two goals and Andre vessel of ski made twenty five saves as the Tampa Bay Lightning blank the visiting Arizona coyotes for nothing Thursday night the lightning extended their win streak to nine games one off their franchise record while holding the coyotes win streak it for that so lets you earn his first shutout of the season Arizona suffering from goalie injury started Aiden hill in net to finish with thirty three saves on thirty seven shots their best chance at a goal was a breakaway by Taylor hall that bass lets you got his right pad on to save Steven Stamkos had two assists to bring his career total to four hundred Walter Marcia Cano Tampa

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"marcia" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"marcia" Discussed on How I Built This

"So today we've got another one of my live onstage conversations from the how I built this summit that happened in San Francisco back back in October and many of the people sitting in the audience were an are super focused on a single idea. An idea. They're hoping to turn into a successful zestful business. Well today's guest Marcia Kilgore started out that way to one idea. One company called bliss a skincare brand. She wound ended up selling for tens of millions of dollars but as you may remember when she told her story on the podcast a few years ago Murcia did not stop there she. She went on to launch four more successful brands. Soap and glory fit flop super duper and beauty by so when she sat down with me on stage at the summit I was really curious to find out where she gets Oliver ideas not to mention her incredible energy and optimism. One of the things I remember when you on the podcast. You told me that that you love rubbing the sticks together right. I'm you love making things do you do. You know where that comes from That's a really good question. Where does rubbing the sticks come together from? Yeah I think it's probably EPA genetic. I'm from Polish and Irish Irish family. And they were farmers so I guess I'm somewhat of a farmer. I don't think you can completely lose. What is from your history and I just? I feel very comfortable working hard ride and struggling. And that's what makes me happy. It makes me feel really fulfilled everyday to be solving a problem to be digging in Earth. Whatever that Earth is trying to figure out how to grow? Oh something I mean. There are so many companies successful companies. You have founded sold some of them. You still run and I mean do you. Are you always thinking about the next thing. He knew guy what's really interesting and I think what's really important for all of us to do is to keep adding points of light right. Big Point of light is your show right every week. Do just listen again. Listen to them over and over again listen five times their points of light and then read as as much as you can and when you read and you add those points of light you create a picture for yourself. That is kind of like you know the lights on your Christmas tree. If you have a Christmas tree right there when you get a bunch of them up there you can suddenly see the shape of the tree right you see either a new idea or you can see the way through through a problem and you have a new path and it is by adding more points. Normally they say in sales if you haven't managed to sell something to somebody is because you haven't explained to them why they need that product that you're selling you haven't done. I'm s to connect those dots for them. So I think it's the same something when you're trying to solve a business challenge or to come up with a new idea that might pass that test. I have something that I call the Sowa test. which is you? Explain your your idea in one simple sentence ask yourself so what and if you can't answer so what in one simple sentence then you don't have it yet and you may need to add some more points of light. It's anyone who's heard your episode or who who's talk to you a bit knows that you're not motivated by money. I mean you sold all these companies. You've made a lot of money you don't need to work. You're motivated by experience. Said this show you one thing I remember is you said the idea of seeing a product that I had thought about that wasn't mine. Drives me cro would drive me crazy if you if you thought of something and then somebody somebody moved out but it happens does happen to all of us thought of something and idea and then you see like two years later at target. It's sad to think I didn't move on that one. It could have been mine mine. Is that idea. Just drive you so crazy that you have to. Oh really that the good ideas you know. I'll have like ten a day but the good ones are the ones that you know the nine of them kind of go away and one of sticks and you think really got to do that and then you kind of start to tell Franson and if you're a real entrepreneurial type you probably obviously the vision the most and you don't see the data and details until maybe later so you're up here and these people here can't see it and that's because you haven't may be connected elected all the dots for them yet. It doesn't mean that the idea is not good at the same time. If it's a terrible idea invite that criticism is the best thing that that you can get so you do talk about it with people. You don't keep it secret no I. Will you know it depends where we are in a patenting process. Sure if we want to have to keep something secret because we think there might competitor. That comes up really quickly. We haven't built enough of a first mover advantage then. I won't talk about it too much. Yeah and if you have an idea like that you know to get nondisclosure agreements anybody just starting out right. Get download one from the Internet and just give it to people that will stop them talking about your idea. At least if you can't afford a lawyer so one of the really cool things about your story. Is You move to New York. You were eighteen. You were hoping to go to college but you didn't have the money to do it and you were a bodybuilder. As as a young woman. You're a fitness instructor. And that's really how you started out. And then you got into skin care and you opened up your little two hundred square foot booth in Soho in in the ninety s and built this incredible business. You've now had success with cosmetics with shoes with soap. I mean you didn't go to business school. You didn't have the formal fancy degrees that some other people do which is awesome. I mean it's so inspiring hiring right. How have you know that these ideas were going to work? Actually what you need to understand is that there are has anyone done Myers Briggs Gill okay. It's good it's good to know how your brain thinks because your brain is one of sixteen types of brains so so the type of brain that I've got I'm an so it's the blueprint so I'm a typical kind of visionary thinker so I can see without necessarily explaining to you know. Some people can do math without doing all the work in between. Yeah that's me with with the idea and then I have to figure I do the work in between but I can usually tell after a while and that's just a gift I guess it's very whoever I mean. Have you ever ever had an idea that you tried and pursued for a while that you realize didn't wasn't going to work really. Wow really that's amazing. Not a big one and I mean you know at one point. Someone wanted us to do a men's line offshoot of soap and glory and that don't really work didn't buy cosmetics at the time it wasn't makeup but they wanted to spend ninety nine cents ends on a shower Gel and I couldn't make cheap. Didn't WanNa make it that. I could have no joy in that for me so we you know it was sort of a little offshoot luke that someone thought this would be a great expansion and it didn't really go but otherwise no I don't think so. I think I think about them for a long time. That something the house that I remember learning from a woman I think name is Christina. Brown used to run sacks and she said you know if you just sit for an hour every day. Don't look at your email and put the problem. You're trying to solve down in front of you and actually just think about that problem and map it out. Maybe put it on a wall and map out the pros and the cons and how you might be able to get here and what will happen if you do this the choice diagram. You probably solve the problem or see if there are too many insurmountable obstacles or see the things that you haven't thought about but we don't do that right because I mean there will be people in here who are real realist. But then also if you're somebody who's quite optimistic which is a requirement to be an entrepreneur. You have to be kind of optimistic to a fault. You won't want to look at the hurdles that may be the way. So actually sitting down and mapping things.

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Live From The HIBT Summit: Marcia Kilgore

How I Built This

08:01 min | 10 months ago

Live From The HIBT Summit: Marcia Kilgore

"So today we've got another one of my live onstage conversations from the how I built this summit that happened in San Francisco back back in October and many of the people sitting in the audience were an are super focused on a single idea. An idea. They're hoping to turn into a successful zestful business. Well today's guest Marcia Kilgore started out that way to one idea. One company called bliss a skincare brand. She wound ended up selling for tens of millions of dollars but as you may remember when she told her story on the podcast a few years ago Murcia did not stop there she. She went on to launch four more successful brands. Soap and glory fit flop super duper and beauty by so when she sat down with me on stage at the summit I was really curious to find out where she gets Oliver ideas not to mention her incredible energy and optimism. One of the things I remember when you on the podcast. You told me that that you love rubbing the sticks together right. I'm you love making things do you do. You know where that comes from That's a really good question. Where does rubbing the sticks come together from? Yeah I think it's probably EPA genetic. I'm from Polish and Irish Irish family. And they were farmers so I guess I'm somewhat of a farmer. I don't think you can completely lose. What is from your history and I just? I feel very comfortable working hard ride and struggling. And that's what makes me happy. It makes me feel really fulfilled everyday to be solving a problem to be digging in Earth. Whatever that Earth is trying to figure out how to grow? Oh something I mean. There are so many companies successful companies. You have founded sold some of them. You still run and I mean do you. Are you always thinking about the next thing. He knew guy what's really interesting and I think what's really important for all of us to do is to keep adding points of light right. Big Point of light is your show right every week. Do just listen again. Listen to them over and over again listen five times their points of light and then read as as much as you can and when you read and you add those points of light you create a picture for yourself. That is kind of like you know the lights on your Christmas tree. If you have a Christmas tree right there when you get a bunch of them up there you can suddenly see the shape of the tree right you see either a new idea or you can see the way through through a problem and you have a new path and it is by adding more points. Normally they say in sales if you haven't managed to sell something to somebody is because you haven't explained to them why they need that product that you're selling you haven't done. I'm s to connect those dots for them. So I think it's the same something when you're trying to solve a business challenge or to come up with a new idea that might pass that test. I have something that I call the Sowa test. which is you? Explain your your idea in one simple sentence ask yourself so what and if you can't answer so what in one simple sentence then you don't have it yet and you may need to add some more points of light. It's anyone who's heard your episode or who who's talk to you a bit knows that you're not motivated by money. I mean you sold all these companies. You've made a lot of money you don't need to work. You're motivated by experience. Said this show you one thing I remember is you said the idea of seeing a product that I had thought about that wasn't mine. Drives me cro would drive me crazy if you if you thought of something and then somebody somebody moved out but it happens does happen to all of us thought of something and idea and then you see like two years later at target. It's sad to think I didn't move on that one. It could have been mine mine. Is that idea. Just drive you so crazy that you have to. Oh really that the good ideas you know. I'll have like ten a day but the good ones are the ones that you know the nine of them kind of go away and one of sticks and you think really got to do that and then you kind of start to tell Franson and if you're a real entrepreneurial type you probably obviously the vision the most and you don't see the data and details until maybe later so you're up here and these people here can't see it and that's because you haven't may be connected elected all the dots for them yet. It doesn't mean that the idea is not good at the same time. If it's a terrible idea invite that criticism is the best thing that that you can get so you do talk about it with people. You don't keep it secret no I. Will you know it depends where we are in a patenting process. Sure if we want to have to keep something secret because we think there might competitor. That comes up really quickly. We haven't built enough of a first mover advantage then. I won't talk about it too much. Yeah and if you have an idea like that you know to get nondisclosure agreements anybody just starting out right. Get download one from the Internet and just give it to people that will stop them talking about your idea. At least if you can't afford a lawyer so one of the really cool things about your story. Is You move to New York. You were eighteen. You were hoping to go to college but you didn't have the money to do it and you were a bodybuilder. As as a young woman. You're a fitness instructor. And that's really how you started out. And then you got into skin care and you opened up your little two hundred square foot booth in Soho in in the ninety s and built this incredible business. You've now had success with cosmetics with shoes with soap. I mean you didn't go to business school. You didn't have the formal fancy degrees that some other people do which is awesome. I mean it's so inspiring hiring right. How have you know that these ideas were going to work? Actually what you need to understand is that there are has anyone done Myers Briggs Gill okay. It's good it's good to know how your brain thinks because your brain is one of sixteen types of brains so so the type of brain that I've got I'm an so it's the blueprint so I'm a typical kind of visionary thinker so I can see without necessarily explaining to you know. Some people can do math without doing all the work in between. Yeah that's me with with the idea and then I have to figure I do the work in between but I can usually tell after a while and that's just a gift I guess it's very whoever I mean. Have you ever ever had an idea that you tried and pursued for a while that you realize didn't wasn't going to work really. Wow really that's amazing. Not a big one and I mean you know at one point. Someone wanted us to do a men's line offshoot of soap and glory and that don't really work didn't buy cosmetics at the time it wasn't makeup but they wanted to spend ninety nine cents ends on a shower Gel and I couldn't make cheap. Didn't WanNa make it that. I could have no joy in that for me so we you know it was sort of a little offshoot luke that someone thought this would be a great expansion and it didn't really go but otherwise no I don't think so. I think I think about them for a long time. That something the house that I remember learning from a woman I think name is Christina. Brown used to run sacks and she said you know if you just sit for an hour every day. Don't look at your email and put the problem. You're trying to solve down in front of you and actually just think about that problem and map it out. Maybe put it on a wall and map out the pros and the cons and how you might be able to get here and what will happen if you do this the choice diagram. You probably solve the problem or see if there are too many insurmountable obstacles or see the things that you haven't thought about but we don't do that right because I mean there will be people in here who are real realist. But then also if you're somebody who's quite optimistic which is a requirement to be an entrepreneur. You have to be kind of optimistic to a fault. You won't want to look at the hurdles that may be the way. So actually sitting down and mapping things

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Browns fire head coach Kitchens after 6-10 season

Ron St. Pierre

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Browns fire head coach Kitchens after 6-10 season

"According to people familiar with the endeavor the Cleveland Browns the first to drop the ax after the regular football season concluded yesterday firing head coach Freddie kitchens following a loss to Cincinnati thirty three twenty three boxes Metropolitano reports other NFL coaches might see a pink slip today a couple that bill teams already parted ways their head coach this season for the Washington Redskins the Carolina Panthers are not anticipated to hang on in our head coach bill Callahan Perry fuel respectively several coaches enter today on the hot seat in the NFL after this your shortcomings Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone endanger the jags recently firing executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin possibly facing the axe this afternoon Pat Shurmur of the New York Giants Dan Quinn of the Atlanta Falcons Matt Patricia of the Detroit Lions they were already spared their fate they're returning for twenty twenty man about town on fox news N. for Marcia prevents Nick from Daily News developers of that propose solar farm on the seventy two acre win over farm have amended their plan to make the solar array smaller fifteen acres instead the the original proposal for thirty five acres the original plan would have required many large and very old trees to be felled the stork farmhouse and barn will still have to be removed because there can't be too uses on a parcel in this case commercial and residential at the latest hearing before the planning board representatives of the solar development company said old stone walls will not be touched

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Amazon's Ring cameras are vulnerable to hackers, lawsuit in U.S. claims

Kim Komando

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Amazon's Ring cameras are vulnerable to hackers, lawsuit in U.S. claims

"Legal trouble for Amazon and its rain cameras a lawsuit claims that the product is too vulnerable to hacking A. B. C.'s Marcia Gonzalez with more the lawsuit alleges ring was blaming customers for failing to create strong security passwords to distance itself from liability saying the company failed to provide sufficiently robust security measures such as two factor authentication being on the other hand states of the incidents across the U. S. were in no way related to a breach or compromise of rings

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From the LGBTQ Vault: Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson

Making Gay History

10:24 min | 10 months ago

From the LGBTQ Vault: Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson

"Sixth season of our podcast is focused on LGBT activism in the Post stonewall seventies two of the most prominent trans activists to emerge out of that period were Sylvia Rivera and Marsha p Johnson in one thousand nine hundred seventy the year after the stonewall uprising in New York City's Greenwich Village. The two friends founded street transvestite action revolutionaries or star and set up a barebones refuge in a run down apartment building on the lower east side in Manhattan for street kids much like themselves. They called it star House. In December Nineteen Seventy Liza Cowan and twenty year old reporter for Wbai radio conducted. What we believe is the oldest recorded interview with Sylvia Marsha and other members of star? She is a reel to reel tape recorder and set out to do a story on what was then known as crossdressing. Eventually a single reel containing an edited version of the interview found. Its way into the basement of the lesbian. Her story archives in Brooklyn New York. And that's where making gay histories self-described Archive Rat Brian. Free founded in the spring of two thousand nineteen before we share some of that incredibly rare tape with you. I thought I'd ask Brian about his experience of discovering this long lost interview. And how did you find this tape. Where were you what were you doing so I was looking for audio for the fifth season of making a history for our stonewall season listen and my mission was to find archival audio tapes that were made around nineteen sixty eight to nineteen seventy-one so I went to the LGBT center archives? I went to the New York Public Library and I went to the lesbian. Her story archives in the basement of Lesbian Her story archives. I was going through all of their cassettes for WBAI shows. I didn't find anything thing that reached back that was applicable to what we were looking for but out of the corner of my eye in the basement I saw a box of open. Reel you've you. Which is an older style of audio? Recording then cassettes would be. So what is can you describe. What Open Reel Recording is is you see in the movies or in photographs an actual real of tape. Yes these are the big reels. These are like three inch five inch the seven inch ten inch and I didn't know what was in this box when I saw it but I went upstairs to the volunteer archivist. I Rachel Gordon and I asked her if I could go through it and right there in the middle of the box. I pulled out this recording that was labeled star. I was afraid to open at because some of these tapes. They're so fragile when they're fifty Sixty seventy years old. They are so fragile that you can destroy them and I know how difficult it is to get archival material surrounding star. Yeah so what did you when you saw this. Besides being afraid that you would you could possibly damage the tape I mean it's almost like finding the holy we grow. You know you WANNA listen to it immediately when you find a tape like that and you can't why couldn't you just play it. Well for one there are some tapes that as you play. They will erase when they're fifty years old. So you will listen to it but nobody else will. So if you WANNA have a tape digitize like that what do you do. We took the tape to a studio in Harlem called Old Swan Studios that specializes in this type of digitisation. I took so much care when I took it out of that building I I was so afraid of damaging it it was like I had ten thousand dollars in my backpack and couldn't let anyone near it so I arrived at Swansea in Harlem and Robert. The sound engineer started rewinding the tape and when he did every single manual edit snapped. Oh my so. This is an edited. This was an that was done. That was then edited. And and and how do they edit tape. Well they had to take it physically and slice it and then with adhesive give glue at packed together so each and every time it hit one of these physical edits it would snap which for me was terrifying. But for him was just run of the mill he would just take the two ends reapply adhesive and keep rewinding it once he rebounded. What did he do next? Well he was kind enough to let me sit in the studio and listen to it as he played it for the first time and I knew I was listening to something very special. What made it special special for me? Because they're not just talking about the organization that they created they're also talking about their lives and they're talking about how they see the world around them and how they see gender. It's very personal. They're not altering the same line. What did you take away from hearing that recording? I think it reminded me of how young everyone was. Then I think the March Johnson and Sylvia Rivera that I've grown accustomed to. They were older by at the time. the film that I've seen of them the video that I've seen of them the recordings that I've listened to from them. They had more time under their belt. And this it was it was like they were freshly ride in New York and just letting it all about the quality of tape. You're about to hear in this remarkable and far-ranging conversation is a bit uneven. In addition to a snippet of Jefferson an airplane. You'll also notice hissing in the background. During part of the discussion anyone who has ever lived in an Old New York City apartment will recognize that sound. It's coming coming from faulty valve of esteem heat radiator. The first person to speak is nineteen year old Sylvia Rivera. The second is someone named Victor and the third is Marcia Johnson who was twenty five at the time before my mother passed away three years my mother used to Jesmyn Golf Clubs and my mother. My grandmother kept on one little blouses and girls stocks of about six seven years old. Before if I wouldn't start addressing boys 'cause during that period that's when I discovered my homosexuality was like you know watching television and placed in myself and the role of the female or just pricing myself As another there's another boy in the Mail on demand was praying such a fantastic love role in the television. And and when I left home at eleven was really when I went into transparent system and make hustling speech and the game against experiences. DIFFERENT THAN SYLVIA'S I. I didn't know secretly because My mother would catch me. She would forbid it. And by the time I was five years old I knew enough that Do these things secretly So I used to and no one was around to put on a and wear women's clothes close. I can get my hands on but otherwise I grew up quite masculine. I went to school. I played baseball. I went to college so and the beard and was the revolutionary did time in jail for Pacifist demonstrations and and Just recently I I decided what's You know why not wear the clothes. I prefer to wear what I was. I was the time I was living a masculine role that I didn't really prefer at least I didn't prefer to do it. Permanent preferred the times to be feminine And women's Lib people Feel that the women are forced to take certain roles which are unacceptable to them and they want to break out no. I've often felt the same way about being a man that I've been forced to take certain roles number one something as unimportant as the clothes I have to wear men's restrictions. Men's dress are much more severe than the restrictions on women's dress of men are forced to look a certain way and I didn't want to look that way then then of course there's a man has to be tough. He has to have responsibility to take care of people. You know suppose I wanted to be petted or I wanted to be taken care of. As I was growing up I met a lot of men. They never pale to me to my sexually. I used to try and keep away from because my hometown. You mistakes where you were out of it and they recall you all kinds of names And then when I first came in York seventeen years old that's when I started getting kind of invest breath more like a transvestite. I started out with makeup in nineteen sixty three nine thousand nine hundred sixty four And in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. I was coming out more and I was still wearing make up but I was still going to jail just wearing doing makeup in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. I started wearing female attire full-time usually I wear dress every day of the week. I I just don't put on much makeup anything until after the dog because address too much attention if we make in the daytime they might think that I was a male. Al But if I were a little makeup they think I'm a female and he's right on I and if I will not make it night they automatically know female female they really can tell the difference about me because I'm on my way to be. SX teams

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Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump plan

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:45 min | 11 months ago

Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump plan

"The trump administration today spelled out details of how it will tighten the rules of the snap program subsidized food for low income. People Food Stamps speaking on CNBC this morning. The Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said the first of several real planned phases of new rules is aimed at adults with no children or disabled dependents. What we WANNA do is increase employment? We need these people in the workforce site people who've been on the welfare Ben on food stamps. We're trying to get them in. Sometimes it is difficult when you bet out of a job for longtime. We're trying to help. These people get get back into a personal dignity of work and becoming part of the productive economy of the United States. Estimated seven hundred fifty thousand people could lose eligibility ability to the food stamps system by the middle of this coming year. I spoke just now with Marcia. Fudge Democrat from Ohio share of the House Subcommittee on agriculture. She says despite despite requests the administration did not gather the data to get the profiles of people who lose benefits fair saying today that they want to restrict access to snap for able bodied Americans. They don't even know who they are talking about. They have no data to determine whether these people are veterans sleeping on the streets. They're homeless people people with PTSD or having most perhaps they have no idea whether these people even have the capacity to work but more importantly is there even any jobs for the last fiscal year. The snap program cost sixty eight billion dollars a private sector tally of US payrolls today shows hiring slowing sharply last month according to ADP sixty seven thousand more jobs created in November much lower than back

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Spacewalkers splice in new pumps to repair AMS cosmic ray detector

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Spacewalkers splice in new pumps to repair AMS cosmic ray detector

"Two astronauts were out walking in space are Marcia Dunn reports that they're doing upgrades on a cosmic ray detector outside the international space station hoping to extend its life for a few more years I'm sitting using have been failing one by one to keep the instrument cold enough and without these new pumps it wouldn't have had much longer and NASA is saying that with the repairs that were conducted over the last three space walks in one more to go disk spectrometer should be able to operate now till the end of the space station

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"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Observation that he saw the left-handed bloody glove left at the crime. Scene clearly came off during the struggle. which is what allowed? Got Him to get the cut. The left the blood drops to the left of the footprints vanatter sees the blood drops on the driver's hand door. He sees the defendant with a bandage around his middle left finger finger and then he takes him down Parker Center where he sees again that he has a swollen finger on the left hand with cut. That was dressed and treated a parker center. No coincidence so he literally. He comes into this questioning without his lawyer with a cut on his left hand which the police he's already can observe corresponds with evidence that they found at the crime scene and the police are the ones who dress his wound for him. I mean vannatter says how do you get the inquiry on your hand. He says I don't know the first time when I was in Chicago and all but at the House I was just running around not convincing. Okay also it's like so there's a second time what like you injured your hand twice now. I guess yeah you don't remember getting a deep cut on your hand or like he do remember but it was two different times. Somehow Watch vannatter says. How did you do it in Chicago? Okay says I broke a glass one of you guys just called me and I was in the bathroom and and I just kind of went bonkers for a little bit. Is that how you cut it. it was cut before. But I think I just open it again. I'm not sure so it's like okay. In what he's saying is that he cut the first time at the house getting ready to leave and then he re cut it when he broke a glass in Chicago believable Lang. So do you recall bleeding at all simpson. Yeah I mean I knew I was bleeding but it was no big deal. I bleed all the time. I play golf and stuff. So there's always something knicks stuff here and there and it's like yes okay. You Play Golf. So so you're always gonNA keep cuts on your hands and tumble life of a Golfer. They say when was the last time he wrote Nicole's house. Okay says I don't go in. I won't go in her house. Oh that's an interesting reaction from someone who headed the breakup at a mutual break. I haven't been her house in a week. Maybe five days yes I go to her house a lot. I mean I'm always dropping the kids off picking the kids up fooling around with the dog. You no matter. How does that usually work? You drop them at the pork or do you go win with them Simpson. No I don't go in the house. Vannatter says you haven't had any problems with her lately have you. Okay okay. Says I always have problems with her. You know our relationship nations ship has been a problem relationship then at her. Did you talk to her last night. Simpson to ask to speak to my daughter to congratulate my daughter and everything vannatter. Dan outher beaten have a conversation with her Simpson. No matter what were you wearing last night. Okay okay what kind of shoes were you wearing. Tennis shoes choose tennis shoes. Do you know what kind probably Reebok. That's all I wear. And the fact that he's saying all he wears as Reebok and they're not pressing him on. That either is interesting interesting. Because they're like oh you only wear one kind of shoe and it's definitely not the kind of brand of shoe that was worn by the killer go to a lot of black tie functions and so on you guess where Reebok it reassembled day. So he's kind of making small talk with them about you know his whole life on and off. Airplanes is always flying off somewhere to play golf. The hectic life of Okay Samson and then kind of as the interview is winding down. They start kind of getting to the point and vannatter says okay. We've got sort of a problem. We've got some blood on in your car. We've got some blood at your house Sorry to break this to you pal. We got sort of a problem tillis about Theo. You little literally dangled blood. We found in your little. Okay says well take my blood test and Lang says well. We'd like to do that. We've got of course they cut on your finger. You aren't real clear on. Do you recall having that cut on your finger. The last time you were at Nicole's house. Okay no it was last night and they come back to the fact that they have been trying to reconcile until about three weeks ago Fan. Did you ever Hetero Jay. Okay says One one night we had a fight. She hit me and they never took my statement they never wanted to hear my side and got her the housekeepers side. I'm the real victim. Perfect Nicole was drunk. She did her thing. She started tearing up my house. You know I didn't punch her or anything but I am. Vannatter says slapped her a couple couple times and okay says no no. I wrestled her as what I did. I didn't slapper at all. I mean Nicole is a strong girl. She's a one of the most condition women women since that period of time. She's hit me a few times but I've never touched her after I'm telling you it's five six years ago. Okay is like not good at saying when something happened. You're like okay like when is the movie GonNa Start. He's like between six eight thirty. That's not helpful. Lang asks okay about taking a polygraph test for them. Okay says should I talk about my thoughts on that. I'm sure eventually I'll do it but it he's like. Yeah Okay yes I'm doing it okay. Nicole's mom is quoted in Sheila Weller. Book saying if you're having a phone call with Oj you could like put the phone down down for five minutes and come back and he would still be in mid Soliloquy. I've been on dates like that. Were you accidentally bring up barefoot running and then you get like a thirty five minute long monologue. One of the sad things about this interview is that like it would suck if they had any suspect in a case where there was this Mike Evidence and they put the little pressure on him. But you also get the sense that like it's harder for him not to talk then talk. He's like show. I talk about my thoughts on the polygraph. Yeah well I am so. Let's it's happening. Yeah it almost feels like watching someone take jacobites straight out of a string cheese. It's like why would he saw Naing says understand the reason we're talking to you is because you're the ex ex husband and okay says I know the number one target and now you tell me I've got blood all over the place like it's their fault Okay this is almost over. We're getting Lang once again. Confirms he gets okay to say again like he gives them a chance to go back on this like let me get the straight. You've never never physically been inside the house and Simpson says not in the last week and lying says ever and he says Oh Christ. I've slept at the house us many many many times. I've done everything at the house you know I'm just saying you're talking in the last week or so K.. And it's like I have never been inside the house and they're like you've never been in the house and he's like not in the last week criminal. Mastermind were interrogating here. This is not like a the verbal chess game. This is the last little bit of tape he says. Oh I'll tell you. I did see her one day. I don't know if this is the early part of last week I went because my son had to go and get something and he ran in and she came to the gate and the dog ran out and her friend Faye and I went looking for the dog. That may have been a week ago. I don't know Langton hanged. vannatter got a photographer coming vannatter. No we're going to take him up there Lang. Were ready to terminate this at fourteen seven crack work guys so they have have started this interview at one thirty five PM and ended it at two. Oh seven awesome. That's got him alone without a lawyer. Why take up longer time than an episode of Er good stuff like what was the purpose of this? What did they learn learn? What even say this is like so obvious you sound? You seem speechless. I'm Steininger tell me what comes to your head because I've been immersed immersed in this for so long that these details are pretty familiar to me like I think I've lost some of my surprise. It just seems like at this point. They should like arrest the guy like he doesn't have a strong alibi. The just broke up with his ex wife who he has a history of domestic abuse with and who made a nine one one call about him less than a year ago. Exactly exactly. There's one glove at the murder scene and the other fucking glove at his house. I just don't understand how they're not just like we got boys. I mean the defense will later argue that like the sheer quantity of evidence actually supports their claim that O.. J. Was framed. And it's like you know what kind of like people don't often leave this much evidence behind so I mean they can't have been confused about what any of this meant. Yeah but I feel like they knew what they had to do but they just like didn't into it. What do you think? Explains that are dazzled by his celebrity. Like what what is this. Marsha says they tell her that he's too famous to to flee and she's like bull fucking Shit who cares it doesn't matter there's more stuff you can do. Besides fleeing he could be witnesses tampering with evidence he could be destroying evidence Reich. What are you talking Abou Marsha and talked to him for thirty minutes during which they don't really pin him down on my Cavani thing and then he gets to go? And then there's four days between the police interview and him surrendering and being arrested where he has that time to basically be ironing things out yeah with his lawyers to be potentially doing all the stuff marsha talked about he does seem to spend a lot of time just like dragged watching Turner classic movies but I mean still still but yet contemporaneous like is Marsha as mad about this than we are now. Is it obvious to her. How bad this was Michael? You know Marsha and her ways I mean me. Think about the big one. I are like very soft on crime. People who also don't know how to be cops or lawyers and we're like Oh this is bad. Yeah Marcia is fucking live it. So what does she do nothing. She has to maintain a good relationship with the cop so she can't like go in their bus heads. No she has to be like that was good. Oh No so okay. Here's what Marcia says you ready. I didn't get it. Simpson had spent three full hours at the station. What could they have been doing all that time he was there for three hours he was was okay? I was even more disturbed by what was on the tape. Fill in tombo sounded exhausted. That was understandable. They've been up since three in the morning of hume thirteenth but that was no reason to allow a potential suspect in a double murder to set the program for the interview. Yeah and he. Monday morning quarterback that's us can now see that Simpson Light Tom and fill all through that interview. Of course. Some of the lies weren't as apparent to them. At the time for instance Simpson claimed that he'd been invited to dinner with the Brown family. After the recital which Nicole's mother would later deny Tom and Phil couldn't have known that yet. But on other more elemental points like where and when he'd parked the Bronco Ronco. There was plenty. They could have done laying. What time did you last park? The Bronco eight something replied the suspect. Maybe seven eight o'clock eight nine o'clock. I don't know right in that hat right in that area. Marsha says the follow up should have come hard and fast. Well what the hell was it. Seven seven thirty eight or nine you. You had a flight to CAC act. So shouldn't you have been aware of the time..

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"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"I cannot count the number of times. I've left my house 'cause spattered with my own blood because I was in a hurry to get newburger and I didn't want my rating to get too low. Welcome to you're wrong about the podcast. Where the Perm of misconception meets the flat iron of Hindsight Oh my God right how? I had a month to make that the perm of misconception. That sounds like something in the never ending story. I am Michael Hobbs. I'm reporter for the Huffington Post. I am Sarah Marshall and I'm a woman sitting in a closet talking about O.. J. Simpson asking a boy to love the show. We are on on patriotic at Patriotair Dot com slash. You're wrong about and it appears by the time we have this out that we will be selling merch. If you want more details just go to our twitter page agent will put something on twitter slash. You're wrong about I'm pretty sure. Yeah thank you for coming on this ride with us. This is episode four. Yes in our series on the Okay Simpson Simpson trial. Yeah we're four hours into our telephone and we're about to go all the way my very good. I am extremely excited. Talk About Marcia Clark and about this period of investigating OJ. I guess during and after the Bronco Chase Yeah. I want to start by talking about who Marcia Clark is kind of right now versus who she was maybe four years ago the American mind. She's someone who's gone through a really interesting rehabilitation of image very recently. Like what's your experience of that. I mean she was one of these women that was sort of in the wave of recapturing in ninety women who really got treated terribly right like Tanya and Lorena Bobbitt and Marcia Clark was one of the main people that we've now returned to and been like like we were really mean to this lady who seemed to have been doing her best. Yeah did you like have a sense of who Marcia Clark was before her. Image kind of got rehabilitated habilitated In Two thousand sixteen with the Ryan Murphy Show about the OJ Simpson trial. I really didn't I mean I don't actually think that I had such a negative view of her at the time nine. I think I just thought that she was incompetent. Because you're an eleven year old boy and you're kind of not communicating in the language of Misogyny. That was being spoken so so fluently around. I mean I think I was but I just think that it didn't attach itself to her for whatever reason. Maybe for millennials like Marcia Clark in the uh-huh same way that so many other women who had jobs and in public inspired this kind of vitriol among their contemporaries that may be kids at the time didn't got got because many of us were used to have working mothers so we were like. Oh look it's it's mom. What do you think the big contrast between her for years ago in her now? Well well first of all. Tell You my first impression of Marcia Clark which is that. I started researching the O.. J. Simpson trial for the first time. Five years ago and got to the part where Marcia Clark a prosecutor is introduced and I was like. Oh there's a the prosecutor is a woman that's need like I had no. I had no memory of her. Oh like I had no sense of her being someone on who was attached to the case like I had no sense of her as a legendary figure. I remember when I read Jeffrey. Toobin the rest of his life which is the first book I ever right about the Oj Simpson trial in which really like open my eyes to some of the complexity that we we had forgotten since the sense that I got about Marcia Clark and the thing that probably immediately made me really like her and had like started my like attachment to her as a a a figure in the story that has has grown and blossomed to this day in which I must be open about up front. I really like Marcia Clark. And the first thing I liked about her was was that like she was the one person who is taking this seriously and also that she was trying. I mean she let me actually read you quote. Marcia Clark has a memoir called without a doubt written with Teresa Carpenter in it. She says that one of the things she likes about court is is that there are clearly delineated rules of combat rules that follow reason which to me kind of says a lot right this idea that she is drawn to work as a trial lawyer and she's he's like later on her career promoted out of prosecuting and given an office job in hates it and asked to be put back in Litigation Gatien interesting but what she's saying is that one of the things that she loves about. It is that you know there are rules. There are clear rules and their rules that are oriented toward logic and toward finding the truth. We're going to hear the phrase search for truth a lot and the next several hours of the show so okay got ready. But that that's what she believes is. Trials are four and what trials are capable of and that she believes that the law is able to actually bring about justice. Like you get the sense that she is operating being from sincerity and from also a belief and you know we are all coming here to honor reason. Basically than and that's not at this trial did I know I was just GonNa say it sounds so naive now especially knowing what we know about the Oj Simpson trial and knowing what we know about the legal system. Generally that the idea that it's this pure thing and everybody follows the rules and all anybody wants is to find the truth. It just like hopeless some Howard. So it's very like trust the system thinking think it's not as if she went into this trial as as like a newly as what she calls a baby be a like. She's he's forty years old at the time that her involvement in this case against ends you know so. She's Cuban a prosecutor for over a decade at this point shoes also been in high profile media cases before like she tried a case that was featured prominently on court. TV So she already even knows what it's like to be working with kind of celebrity concerns and to have cameras on her all the time so this is really new for her. Which I find interesting to like? It's not as if she's like young or green. You know I mean. She's she's a woman in her sexual actual prime but she's not young as well. I want to it. Leave there any door open to the fact of to the idea that I'm you know that's less than complimentary about Marcia Clark's age because I guess feeling nineteen ninety-five was a really you you know was enough yet right. Because he's like facing off against f Lee Bailey who sixty two years old and looks like. He's eighty because of the kind of life if that he's been drinking his way through like she one who has to have thousands of words written about her under eye bags totally totally and the fucking haircut thing which I'm still mad about. Let's let's talk about that too. What do you know about like Marcia Clark's appearance? I bet you could tell me in great detail about like what she looked like at various times. Could I admit it's something. Yeah I know I'm supposed to avoid boilers but the other day. I was looking for a photo to include in this post and it was on interview with Marcia Asia Clark like a year ago or something and it was her talking about the infamous makeover. She began I. I always make them up but she began the case with a Perm right and then she straightened out. Later was the other way around. She began with a perm okay. She became permanent she had like a makeover quote unquote and then she had straight hair and so of course chorus is built up at the time as like. Oh the cameras are on her and like she's trying to go see it up and she's trying to look more professional bubba so in this interview that I cheated and read and I promise I won't do it again whereas this interview sheet it it's in vulture. Okay they're asking about the haircut and she says that was a media creation in in the very beginning of the case before opening statements are press person said he did a haircut. It looks messy and I did. It was kind of scraggly so I got my haircut. That was an after that point. Join the media. Goes crazy with this shit. It's just so weird. They're came that point in the trial when my perm grew out I didn't have the time to go out and get permed again that particular morning I looked at myself and and said just blow it out and stop trying. You can't keep it up. You're never going to have time to go back to the hairdresser now and I have straight hair so blew it out. Dust began the media parade about the makeover. Well how could I still look like.

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Lightning beat Sabres 5-3 to sweep 2-game series in Sweden

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning beat Sabres 5-3 to sweep 2-game series in Sweden

"Pat Murray netted two goals to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning two of five three win over the Buffalo Sabres Saturday in Stockholm Sweden buffalo Sam Reinhart opened the scoring midway through the first twenty shovel the puck at Tampa bay's net which hit the post and goalie Curtis Michael he's back before bouncing into the goal Tampa Bay answered with two power play goals the first by maroon and the other by Victor Hedman for me it's a coming home on the official off with two wins a spin spent from the so yes super happy about this week Marin second goal came with just three seconds left in the period to extend Tampa bay's lead by two buffalo's Victrola submitted a one goal game again on the third but Yanni Gordon Matthew Joseph followed up with two quick goals for the lightning the Sabres Jack Eichel scored late to make it a five three final walk Marcia can Tampa

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Florida's Senators React To ISIS Leader's Death

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00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Florida's Senators React To ISIS Leader's Death

"Good morning every computer Marcia Taylor both Florida centers are reacting to the death of the ISIS leader Marco Rubio says the US should celebrate a very significant achievement in the war on terror he met this wanted ISIS but it's a major blow to propaganda and recruitment efforts senator Rick Scott tweeted al Baghdadi stuff is a reminder to our enemies that there is no where they can hide and we will not stop and justice is served

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"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

"I can't no human can do what I'm ready. Does possible all right now correct. We're GONNA go forward we go to we got. We Got Oh Cincinnati Bang Bang all right look. Let's do a little round table Joe. You have any belief that Andy Dalton with his new coach can kind of catch fire. I actually thought that it would be significantly better than this. Does any of you three feel like there's some hope here eh me why early one-dimensional comeback when you're you're just throwing team that's all they can do right now so the football so their offensive line's kind of Amodu different guys they can't run the football last in the NFL and run so I think it's tough for North tour guide when you can only do one thing but I guess my question is who is Andy Dolan is. He's the guy that's GonNa bring this team to the next level. He's been there for a number of years now and it feels like the same story Areso suffered from injuries last been and they did do better remember. He got hurt his when Hugh Jackson was offensive coordinator at the time and then he got hurt on the cost it just had more of a fundamental question Joe is do you think that any golden because all this stuff's happening and the really good players Ru- they rise up they bring people they make people better you know they don't just it's not always just the mitigation around them at all. Oh this is the problem. There's all kinds of problems. Everybody has it but the great players there's rise up and I just keep with Andy. What are you going to lead this football team away from its historical and and we do that Taylor has the intellect offense I do believe the two but I lost it? It's hard to create that trust and that credibility ability in that relationship when you're already starting with so much adversity who's picking your finance. They get the ball out with the lost angeles. Rams Jared Goff Awesome Guy Rallying. I worry because you can see when the rams that game last week the Rams Rams are really good football team. You just get that sense that they're gonNA cruise through the season. Get to the end and have to make big play or do something more than three points and maybe they can win a super bowl again but there's some level volt jared goff is he a guy like we just talked about that can raw rise up those key moments and for people on his back and I will get it done. He has done that Jeff already proven to be that he can do it but as he the guy that's sustainable like drew brees. Tom Brady that over the years. You see Santa Claus sack on his back like can he be that guy and that's the question I have about jared because he seems like a guy that likes to just go along with this success and he can play along. That's there's an art to that to. In that moment we put a stake in the ground or whatever metaphor you want to use them. I got this and I do want to see more of that from from. La and now wait a whole half have to get going like they did last week against you know whoever they placed upon. Did you watch the Brady Bunch Steve. Did you watch it. Oh my kids in the car in the van. It's why it's unreal. I watched a brunch since I was five to now. When I'm Fifty Five It's the fiftieth anniversary the Brady but Marcia Marcia Marcia it does all these folks? We'll talk about the Brady bunch snacks.

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"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

"Dak Prescott playing an MVP level. Steve What you'RE GONNA pay. Hey this man well you know the NFL you have a quarterback you have a chance and now the cowboys have got a guy that they believe they weren't sure the ceiling with that they're like you know. He's kind of a sudden thrower wasn't somebody that you thought was going to settle in and be one of the top five guys in the League also say you know what is the ceiling for deck it has raised and so oh because of that they gotta pay him right now. They'RE GONNA have to pay him like he is Russell Wilson he is Aaron. Rodgers likely is drew. BREES is can have two too bad too bad so sad. That'd it'd be a good problem to have what are your expectations for Daniel Jones after just one still a solid start. I think you'll never throw an interception. You'll throw deplete touchdowns the rest of his life and scored. I mean that was an amazing start. What are you going to say will get tough because the giants are going to give up thirty points a game and the giants are not going going to be able to score three there it is his job is is a hard one? It worked out last week miraculously and I know what we saw. You can replicate that he can do do that kind of stuff again. That's the most important thing I would start wind. Should the redskins start to think about Dwayne. Hats consol also add Colt McCoy is back at practice Steve. It's so hard to understand exactly what you guys ready I what I'm hearing is that he's not ready when he's not ready to play in the NFL and so just like Patrick took mahomes maybe it's just no matter what no matter of the fact that what's happening in the NFC east next door in the Danville Jones whatever's happening with Jack and Carson in the future of the of the NFC. If you'RE GONNA compete you've got to have this new guy. Come out in the end if he just three on the field that we this year just commit to it. It seems like that's what they're committed you. Do I work committed to quarterback Bingo Steve. We'll see you in just a bit and now I find from geico motorcycle. It took fifteen minutes to take a spirit wrote animal quiz online. Please be Cheetah the Cheetah and learn your animal isn't the Cheetah but the far less appealing blood fish come on glad insult to injury you could've used those fifteen blood VICI- minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance too Geico Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance look forward to that and we look forward to another round of cruise control back by popular demand pictures drive interest. We all have opinions too okay when it's about the road less traveled shall are we so. We have a choice here. We go down the way of the chiefs or the Patriots as the team to be in that fork in the road is heart torts wisely vic big car because they got a lot of teammates. Oh Oh wait a minute L. Concil someone's sleighs dragging the real wilmard waitress are the team to be national football league especially with the way they started off this season coming off hot got thirteen rank completion percentage. Tom Brady has been crushing it getting into all his receivers getting into those playmakers early and often and getting in the end zone and make the anti champions okay. I mean the one bad position away you know with the Columbus if was a fifth. I don't know why anybody argument out now. This is a different story more success that will just talk about their the rookie year which is now Tyler Murray Daniel Jokes I am going with. I'm GONNA give him is slow going anyway. It's GONNA be a slow and steady process us all dame Jones mainly because of his decision making I love the way he makes decisions is in the pocket. He's unwavered and Dan if we look at the film of this game he's taking some shots. He's delivering the ball while taking some hits in that pocket and delivering the ball down the field and when he decides to run he's not just running because he can. He's running when he's obligated to run when the defense dictates for him to run so again it's back to being smart making smart decisions with the football making smart decisions as the quarterback of that football team Joe Drowsy. You WanNa make a comment because I understand why they WANNA. Call Him. Danny Doc- has put a couple in a basket. I understand yeah I mean however it is a little bit easier to make decisions as you said when safe want is absorbing so much of that because that's where the and he's not playing when he was down and there was a field goal that was missed that we might have a whole different narrative right now saying is I want to see how it's GonNa look Wednesday quantities not there and all this stuff. You're talking about Rudy still alive the next week against credit. You know he's been looking royal not going to be there so we will see the road. That's traveled with regard to you. Don't want to either wake up here but to win three teams. You got the broncos this dealers more likely to rebound and that you should say the bicycle for this citizens by scooter the Denver broncos in laws the DENVER broncos for two reasons one JOE FLACCO. I think they have a quarterback. If you have a quarterback you always have a shot and and not just any quarterback quarterback that's been through things things that understands the ebbs and flows of the National Football League and being a quarterback and then you go to that defense that defense understands how to put pressure on the quarterback. They know how how to get back there von Miller they understand how to play the game of football especially defensively those two things culminating give the Denver Broncos the best opportunity in the best chance to kind of one thing that I disagree because ever has flacco as quarterback they can only chuck it up and hope for flagged for so long okay so I like the steelers. I think that the young kids Rudolph is GonNa make some some noise and they're gonNA have to make some tough decisions next year if he continues to play Ben Century notwithstanding I just did not see this coming for the steelers. I really didn't I thought last year were proved to be sort of an aberration. I heard some people did some people thought they had outside chuck. Can I just say one thing this has been the mock turtleneck version of cruise control role from this figure may well take center stage with our week four Monday night matchup the steelers and the Bengals of battle in the AFC North eight eastern five Pacific on ESPN ESPN deport days and the ESPN APP and our coverage will begin tonight countdown town at six all right some call a quarterback thing goes some college Steve Young spare time the weeks either works every team represented adhere. We spend we choose. We talk about the quarterbacks. I Guess Dream Dream of this Wendy. I sleep listen. I'm GonNa send you something. We'll hear oh six hundred Tom Brady because that's what that's why not I mean I think about it first of all it's the most played quarterback in the NFL be one the greatest thing about five guys in the world and he's one of them and it is the most difficult job in the world you can say and and why does how can you make it so much money he he married Giselle Wakes twenty-five thousand times more money than anyone on the team they still play for him. They fight for him and he still plays great. He's the most amazing zinc forty two and it does also say how much the game has made it safer and actually made it easier for a guy like Tom and you can play it forty two you might be able to play at forty I five because the game is not as physically demanding as it once was. It's incredible to think about because we talk about forty two but to your point Steve I mean he's really not slowing down a whole lot. I mean they're forty four walkway. Give me give me something that he's slowing down. Give me something I didn't catch that talk. Just saying how complicated your life can be like. How do you still play the hardest job in the world and your life is already? It's makes it more conflict and he's still thrives. I.

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"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

"Are the expectations from the chargers for Melvin Gordon well. You'd think that a lot of people people would think he would come with his tail between his legs because he actually essentially did lose this holdout. He lost a lot of money a million dollars from three games in the regular season in an up to two million for training camp but it's unclear whether the team will try to go after it but that's not his style. His style is he's happy you saw him smiling. When you saw Keenan Allen cheering they love him at this team and they are excited for him to be back? He is not the reason they went one and two in the first three games that season season but he is a reason that they can cheer and they can have a spark and they can get somebody in the backfield. We believe he is either going physical this morning. We went through one last night right and plans to be back on the practice field because as you've heard he missed the money and he missed being with the guys on the field so we expect them to do something thing on the field of that he will not play against Miami. We're not sure if he will travel yet or not but I I wouldn't send them to Miami would you but here we go go with Melvin Gordon. Everyone's upbeat because he's back Jelly Fair enough. Thank you other running back news around the league. After seeing specialist Dr Robert Anderson on Wednesday for another opinion on his high ankle sprain giants running back saquon Barkley still expected to be sidelined between four to eight weeks the longer timeline considered more likely Adam schefter reporting that it's going to take some time the three in Dallas cowboys. Let's head to New Orleans to take on Teddy Bridgewater and the Saints Dallas has lost five of their past six games when they play at Mercedes Benz superdome. Here's our own ed water with more Wendy. Amari Cooper participated in a portion of practice today open to the media head coach Jason Garrett used the term hopeful describing the the teams expectations for the wide receiver to be more fully involved in final preparations and then play Sunday night against the Saints Garrett mentioned both Cooper's ankle and Achilles in in discussing the injury further and suggested it's an issue that Cooper has been managing for awhile cowboys not only need cooper deal to play the entire game in his normal role they require his unique explosiveness and ability to create separation from defenders. There is nobody the Dak Prescott Trust more cooper is first among the cowboys in virtually every receiving category gory and tied for the NFL league with four touchdowns. He's scored in three straight games for the first time in his career in week three Dak Prescott through both of his scoring passes to Cooper and and the quarterback average twice as many yards targeting cooper as he did on all other throws the cowboys are already playing without number two wide receiver Michael Gallup who had arthroscopic epic knee surgery and Wendy Wide Receiver take on Austin missed the past two games of the concussion but he's been able to practice and should be available to play against the saints. Thank you again. Let's look ahead to week four's debut. I should say that's the packers and the Eagles Carson wentz Aaron Rodgers. Here's a look look at their best throws week thirteen two thousand seventeen. This is Wednesday under pressure. Scrambles pulled down still victor gets that throw off springs. Is it just shows the talent that Carson Wentz has and the things you can. Do you know once you WanNa talk talent you gotTa Talk Aaron Rodgers that is for sure divisional game against the cowboys in two thousand seventeen tied at twelve the Spanish USSA ball down the sideline almost out bounds to jared cook against the grain falling away those perfect strike dime dime all right tit-for-tat Wentz no stranger taking a pass under pressure just two weeks ago up the metal looking for the receiver gets wrapped up and still manages to make the past into the arms of Matt Collins Love the battle here but he's gotTa be careful. He's too much of that football team to take it's like very valid. Point Aaron Rodgers Again Twenty Sixteen Cardinals packers trailing twenty the thirteen calling offense to the line trying to beat the clock and there is fellas. Go Up and get it right high point. They're all just mesmerize. I was watching the watching the ball in the air. Instead of attacking and Pat P. knows better than that who are last which throw a week seven two thousand seventeen scene eagles and redskins surrounded Hick but manages to make the throw into the back of the Endzone D. Lineman hitting the quarterback. You expect them to have the ball in. It's sacking. It's a touchtone wants swing right. I'm just flicked it out there to barely any juice on sack fumble or a score score and then a great passer Aaron Rodgers Second Quarter twenty seconds to go week two thousand sixteen escapes a tackle caught by who else devante out on this is what he is capable of doing as yanking his throwing arm to the that's why the Baggy Jersey helped him yeah. That's why we're joined again by Michelle. Steal from Lambofield is Michelle with US Michelle Yeah. She's out there somewhere. We talked to her earlier earlier issue and plus the packers earlier Michelle. I gotta ask you about the Eagles Jose to coming off a short week and there's been some struggles especially with that defense a what's the sense around this eagles team right now well. Let's start out with a positive write a fun fact here Wendy Eagles head coach Doug Peterson. He's four on Thursday nights during his tenure in Philadelphia. That's a record occurred that he attributes in part just paring down the game plan and quote getting back to our core stuff now a core offense of player receiver alshon Jeffery expected to return turns night from a calf injury. I wasn't Philly on Tuesday. I saw him sprinting around. He was doing some extra work so definitely positive signs air. I can also tell you that even the record is one and two. Nobody's pressing the panic button yet in the building where many people feel that this team essentially two drops away from being three we know now they do need to catch the football seven drops last Sunday including what would have been a game winner now. Let's talk about the packers defense right now guys. The confidence level on this defense just could not be any higher veteran quarterback Troy Williams pointed out to me the other day that when he won a super super bowl with Green Bay in two thousand eleven they had the number two scoring defense. I checked the ranks and that happens to be exactly Green Bay sits. Today Williams also so added to me quote. We feel that we can play even better pretty good Wendy. Michelle looked that confidence is justified. They have been playing exceptionally well and even with all the drops the eagles offense so still one of the best in the league they are converting fifty-six percent on third down three and they're twenty five point three points per game tied Burnett best in the League wince was asked about the one and two start earlier this week or not really looking at this as a bad spot. We're wanting to yeah but you know we have a lot of the season left you know when we're little things here and there and each game that we know we're going to get corrected and we're going to be a good spot and like I said we're excited. Thursday night auto show we can do and get going back in the winkled all right we'll say hello now from our domino's pre-game headquarters and we talk a lot about this green bay offense surrender stable reasons but I want to talk about Carson Wentz and the eagles offense specifically if you take catch the ball out of the equation which I recognized as the simple answer. What do they need to do? They need to just go out there and play with confidence and play like they're the eagles team of a year ago that went out there and dominated. I think they have to figure out just who they are are coming into this season right now. Obviously Carson Wentz is there but the eleven drops right now is just glaring to me and minded these are all in the fourth quarter. You Got Nelson Magwar here str- if because that ball he's instruct all the way to the end zone and these are huge drops in monumental parts of the game to potentially actually win the game or potentially make a competitive game towards the end these touchdowns that we're seeing dropped here and those are the place that they can't miss those are the opportunities. The Carson Wentz in that receiving core has to come through on if they want to compete at this level. You never want to drop the ball but you're right there glaring spots you know you can't help but miss it meanwhile it it was a bone of contention at one point and the packers tried to address that defense and wow I mean the early returns are solid. What have they done so well and it starts up front the Bass brothers the Smith brothers and I'm going to go through a couple of places where what I see here so this is Preston Smith and I'm GonNA show you present Smith on the edge right here when you show oh you his edge rush so he gets the field great get off gets up the field at like this right here? Stop Stop Stick your foot in the ground and come right back to the quarterback and where's the quarterback going to be right in Latte because the coverage is doing their job and then okay celebrate have fun with your teammates here. He goes smash the ground yeah jump on him. Okay Smith brothers ever go and now here. We go low red now. I'm want to show us the Darius Smith right here. He's on the edge right here. Coming off the let's see what he does. Low read power even double team push through the power of quarterbacks right there because guess what there's no one to throw to. Where do you throw? Where do you so? I don't know you can't go anywhere so there you go sack not what celebration that's crawl okay. Let's see I like it. I like laboratory it covers. That's what you need to get you. Look you can get to the quarterback but if the coverage isn't there. They're going to throw the football. I guarantee it so as a defensive lineman you have the coverage and you have the front. That's when you have the ravens could use that to again passing mahomes because boy they Amen Teesside's even though he's up there but he missed teesside's they missed US areas in terms of you know kind of what happened in Kansas City that whole thing for us to the end of the show you what was that was this fall apart part a big. You're out there I think about that all the time and say brushed off how about some Qb Q. and A. Then since you're safe out that way hey look better than Stephen. Let's just start with Carson Wentz again. His receivers got to catch the ball but what's he need to do. Steve Well. I think Carson is like like getting young player. You see that with Mitch Trubisky as well just trying to do too much like they feel the weight of the city and the organization and their expectations to be in the Super Bowl. He watched the super the proposal that's in the back of his mind so he's always gonNA. He's GonNa be trying to do too much end that but in some ways by trying to too much overthrows. There's some issues with his game. Amos footwork like this subtle in is going to be there ten years. Don't try to win the Super Bowl in one week and I think things will get better. I.

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"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

"To keep Jalen Ramsey do they are better football team with him on the field but if he's not gonNA play if he can't be out there won't be out there anyway then you really need to point you. You have no choice will when he's having in a kid right so you can't say the kid is doing a month right and he's GonNa take some time before the baby comes to who says you know James White he just had a son and he missed the Game Calvin Oi from the Patriots to Patriot players missing to who football games because they had a child so I can completely understand missing a football game for the birth of your child you know so as far as missing practice and did not being there because he's having a child like I completely can understand that I don't have any issues with them missing a game for the birth of his child I think the real question now oh becomes what happens when that event occurred that and it's time to make a decision and then I guess and but I think we already know the answer to that. Jalen Ramsey stance is not changing. He does not want to be with the Jaguars so it's going to be Howard the Jaguars going to handle their with with team still chomping at the bit because even two days ago had a team calling me what's going on with Jalen Ramsey and you just asking real quick like how how was his teammates going to react back to that when they had the blow up on the silent with him and Doug marrone. If you remember the video of that there were players telling Doug to get away and crowding around Jalen letting them know where their allegiance as was I so I think you kind of understand that dynamic shore obviously they would like to be biting soldier disorder with him but they understand the adversity that they've been going through long before they were able to win with Gardner mentioned. This is going back to last year things that he doesn't agree with how he's been played however I think we got a little feel that dynamic with his relationship with Doug this based on how the podium take on old I know he was trying to say was laughing at one of our reporters or what have you. I think that's you know but yeah I mean it is what it is. What it is ongoing and it's been going going on is what I'm trying to correct and that's a fair assessment well despite his assertion to the contrary it would seem or so says his agent that Antonio Brown is he's interested in a return to the National Football League at some point here is drew Rosenhaus guest on Warren Sapp's ninety nine problems podcast on Wednesday day? I believe that Antonio wants to continue his career in the NFL and I've mentioned that I have had discussions discussions with a few teams that are very interested in him and want to know about his future and what's going on with the NFL settle and hopefully when that is all resolved Antonio will be able to continue his hall of fame career full this morning. Antonio Brown was back on twitter and he said this. I am still the best why stop now presumably he's talking about football and a possible return later he tweeted the game need unlike test answers Josefina. I think at this point they didn't even though you have to you really have to think about this as a person who who may be dealing with external issues here internal as well rather than just Antonio around the player. There are no question there are people around Antonio Brown people that are in his circle from the past who care about him who've been around him who have expressed concern to me about just what is going on with his mindset his livelihood his his ability at at the end of the day is if you want to use entertaining or clownish all this stuff looks. There's still a person dealing with some stuff and I can't tell you when when all those tweets were happening on Sunday how it wasn't even my game. I was doing the browns game a Sunday and I was getting so many texts just about Antonio Brown I had people calling me who have tried to reach out to him who are in his past just really really expressing concern so when I was tweeting about it I was trying to get back to that tone because it's so easy to make him the punch of a joke when you really realize that when comparing to how he was six round or coming out of central Michigan when he was is a member of the Bugatti boys with Emmanuel Sanders Mike Wallace and how he started his career compared to where everything now is looking from the outside in tweeting about trying to get back into the game for person that it has that type of talent that's crazy it is it is and certainly you hope those set are in his inner circle the people who his best interest in mind can putting that for that through to him and put that First Hi Maurice Smith here my friends at marathon or really helping you say because right now you get five cents off every gallon every day. A with Mickey Count Rewards from marathon plus you can earn points for additional savings on fuel airfare hotels and more it's quick and easy to join just visit make it count dot com slash radio or download the free APP so start saving today with make count from marathon offer valid only participating marathon locations marathon phone. You'll leave the American spirit. I tell you why don't blink week. Four starts tonight. The Eagles receivers lead the League and dropped passes this season eleven including seven against the lions last week on the flip side. We got the packers defense allowed eleven point seven points per game lead the league with eight takeaways and according to our football power index. The packers have sixty four percent chance to win tonight. If that happens the Eagle's playoff chances will drop to just seven in percents they will be without Sean Jackson. He's still dealing with an abdomen issue but they will get all Sean Jeffrey back tonight. From a calf injury. The packers on the other hand may be without various. Myths is questionable with a knee problem. Smith already has three stacked and seven quarterback hits. We will say hello now to Michelle Steele who joins joins us from lambofield and Michelle already first year head coach Matt Leflore has had short weeks his second Thursday night game this month. How is he approaching the limited time Yeah Wendy you know Matt? Leflore just is not going to over complicate things. He said that the packers are gonNA run quote their best hits tonight on offense that might be a bit of a head scratcher for a team that by their own admission is struggle to develop a rhythm through three games twenty ninth in the League on Third Down Conversions thirty first I in the league in three and outs per drive just behind the jets now most concerning the teams are taking Davante Adams of course their top receiver out of the game. I can tell you he's been frustrated rated with that and they're going to need to scheme him. Open tonight as Aaron Rodgers said this week referring to last week against the Broncos four targets for Adams just isn't enough now speaking king of Aaron Rodgers. I was with the Eagles this week and this defense is extremely aware I would say of what they need to do against this packers quarterback. They need to generate some some pressure. The problem is Wendy. This team has not been able to get a hand on the quarterback just two sacks through three games Wendy Michelle. Oh thank you this season. The packers head coach Matt Leflore actually will say hello to Steve Young now. The packers have been all about their defense and Steve Leflore who is a disciple of Sean McVeigh's was hired actually to be an offensive guru so the question would be how concerning are the packers early struggles on the offensive side of the ball. When I kind of love that they're struggling? I love that they're playing great defense because in the end the game today for Aaron Air Rogers is easier than it used to be. I mean we know the rules of made it so and so you know an air is one of the great creators of all time right. You can do all kinds of things so let's be three and let's talk about struggling offensively. Let's figure out how to get on the same page and then exploded the end of the year while we're still winning so this to me best case scenario I have zero concerns about unleashing Aaron Rodgers into the future and so I mean tonight I I expect Erin watches body language. He won't say anything but his body links will tell you ever how frustrated he is and if he remains frustrated like he was last week I would start to be concerned but I suspect that Matt's unleash Air Rogers because they're like a play great defense. Why not let's let's say Aaron? You just throw it fifty times defense gonNA play. Well and I think that's going to be the best case for our team. That's that's yet to happen. I look forward to that as they get used to this new offense it makes so much sense in such an interesting take because look if you can have some some struggles still put up a w you know all right work out the kinks what what a great way to do it and if I'm not mistaken victor sort of feel the way Steve Does that this is really all about to come together for Green Bay yeah and I think when you know Aaron Rogers says that they're struggling three now lucky so but I think they're they're trending in the right direction. I think they have to like. She said they have skin ways to give devante Adams football. I mean he's the best receiver they got on that football field they gotta get him the ball early and often and just find different ways to bring them into the slot motion them up up. Don't let them just sit back and put hand on them and be physical within move them around around that offense and I do love that in Rogers still has that control at the line of scrimmage. Did you hear him yelling out different checks. You're moving guys around the onus of that offense is still on him and that's the best part of it all and they're also playing an eagles defence twenty ninth in stopping the pass ranked so and we'll have Ronald Darby Darby and their pass rushes and getting to the quarterback so you think okay they don't have Darby. They Lost Relief Jackson. JADEN MEALS IS ON P. Two corners there that could help you and they lost Chris Long. Even Chris Long retired. He was a guy that helped you in the past route so when you lose key pieces the rush in coverage isn't there that's when you have problems so if you can't get Aaron Rodgers give him time and you're struggling in the back end that you're still trying. It's a you know get back from that foot injury having to do a little bit more with the double teams since he doesn't have a lease Jackson beside him like the anticipation of winning tomorrow on having one week official Melvin Gordon is back in the building he will Ford to the team facility today back in the locker room after informing the team on Wednesday that he planned to end his sixty four day holdout he is subject to a number of finds lines. It's unclear how much of those lab actually being forced but here's gordons returned to the locker room. A short time ago didn't came back with his shoulder pads today. Do Phone Call Shelley Smith joined us now and cost a Mesa California. Shelly Kinda hard not to smile when you hear that the next question now what.

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"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on NFL Live

"I'm Wendy Next Anderson Victor Cruz and Rob Niche. We we'll start this afternoon. In Custom Mesa California Philip Rivers will welcome and has welcomed reinforcement this afternoon and it came in the form of his chargers running running back Melvin Gordon called the chargers on Wednesday said it was time and that he would end sixty four day holdout indeed he has he has reported to the team facility still subject to two point two million dollars worth of fines while losing out on host a million of base salary. Here is Jeff Gordon arriving in the chargers locker. Haram came back with his shoulder pads phone. Call came back with a soda. Take back the sun returning that was actually pretty fun to watch and Josefina. I think my first question would be why now because the initial indication was at this holdout with last a bit longer and yet Melvin Gordon decided to come back because things change and at the end of the day Melvin Gordon is a football football player who wanted to play football. Obviously there are other circumstances to that include you know the fines that he was accruing one point two eligible to be fine the base salary almost one million remains to be seen how much the team will actually assess and I don't think that's anything that they would want to announce because you're not trying line carpet other players to do that but I think the question here is how do you evaluate the whole doubt because on one hand people like ah you only did it for three for three games and all these fines and and what did you really achieved because the the whole point was to get this long term contract but one could also also potentially measuring success by the fact that at least those three games he did maintain his how there was no ligaments torn he still has the ability to earn a long term contract from another team via free agency so long as that he's not franchise tag by the chargers Victor. Let me ask you this. You like the fact that he came back now. We knew he'd come back by the end of October that that was necessary in order to accrue credit for the season and become a free agent after the year but what's your take on the decision to come sooner rather than later if you will do like that he came back early I think okay I think a couple of things I think he's realizing that this team needs him and that they're struggling a little bit in that department and any additional help anymore playmaking ability anymore you know the guys that can come in and provide a spark for this team is needed and Melvin Gordon. Is that type of guy and I think he's just sitting back. He's counting the money. That's that's being you know that he's being fine weekend and week out and he's thinking to himself like man I should. I need to be out there playing. I need to be out there doing what I need to do. Being a football player you're like Joe. Zina's says my team and I've been in this position not really this far into it but I've held out for a couple of weeks and you just think about your teammates man you just think about aw those guys are going to war each and every week and you're not there. You're not buckling up going to war with your friends and your teammates and I think that may have weight on its gotta get hard. Not only defines. I mean that is what it is and it's a lot of money but to that end. If you love playing football rob just sit at home and not be doing that has to be difficult. I would think oh I've never been in that position but I couldn't imagine engine having someone tell and then also they have somebody telling them their agent. Hey Man I got you. Don't worry we're GONNA get paid but you're going to have to do this. Though if you WANNA get paid you're going to have to do this and in the back of your head. He's he's probably thinking like man. I'm missing football right now. I'm missing out there making plays and be with my teammates and they've struggled a little bit. They've struggled now on offense a little bit. They don't have had that dynamic guy in the backfield like he is so you know as a player you just want to play football and the contract will take care of itself. If you take care of the things on the field I know he's been great but you know unfortunately it is a business and sometimes gotta play hardball. Sometimes you gotTa fold and that's why I think the question is did he come back to too early because when you look at the first two games Austin Justin Jackson work combining to get over one hundred rushing yards and this last game against the Houston Texans. I don't think both of them combined went over seventy then you start to look at the schedule of teams they were getting ready to face. You have titans defense. You have the bears defense packers. What have you what would that leverage have increased a little bit more you know had that just been extended particularly since you already held out for those three games? My understanding is of course you know there are people who would probably have liked that to extend a little bit more but ultimately it is up to the player he is the boss and he is still seeking a long term deal. which does it looks like either way? He was going to get before the holdout during holdout in even after the whole that's right. It just didn't seem like it was in the cards. Steve Young joins us as he does every Thursday and and Steve I I would like your opinion here on a Melva Gordon's decision not only to hold out but also to come back today when he did well. I think this is the new talk about every week. This is the new norm where players feel empowered and they feel like they're going to win. even if the levy on bell you can make the case that he didn't win well. He's at a team that he wanted to be. I mean this is going to happen more and more and how it plays out is really going to be how the League wants to deal with the something they can't necessarily control look at what's happening Jalen Ramsey he he's not he's not going to let them play him and not trade him so he's GonNa disappear to Nashville and not allow that to happen so I think Melvin doing what is now the cats out of the bag so I I'm not surprised by it and now these back today what it does for the chargers is that there's chiefs and there's the Patriots and everything else is this GonNa Three iterations below that and I think it helps the charges start to believe that they can compete not only in the AFC west with the chiefs but actually could get into a playoff scenario and beat one of those two teams right right now. I don't know how that's going to happen. You're right and it's a case that the haves and the have is not. We've seen that very early on in this season and it's funny you mentioned Jalen Ramsey Perfect segue steve because it's just been a week week of one thing after the other first Jalen Ramsey of course was out early in the week with the flu he was he was sick and and then he came back and he couldn't practice on Wednesday because of tightness in his back Doug marrone said it happened and now he has left the team to be any with his family for the birth of her second child. That event is in Nashville so he's gone and won't be back in here. What's the statement from the team months ago? In the off season Jalen notified me that he was expecting the birth of a second child in late September. We spoke about this recently and again today after practice and decided added it was best for Jalen to fly to Nashville tonight after meetings to be with his family during the birth of their daughter he will return to the team when he's ready and we will provide ride an update at that time Ramsey's agent also said via twitter that he appreciated the jags allowing him to leave and I'm sure this is this is happening. You mean the child's born or not but it but it is a continuation of a situation that doesn't have a resolution just yet I mean I think the circumstances is is that are happening around jalen Ramsey Willie allowed a perfect moment to kind of assuage all of this because what I understand the baby is scheduled to be born before before the game and then he really understand we have conversations about that but most of multiple sources he really was sick. I want to go into the degree of that and so all of those really were the perfect perfect circumstance to help figure this out in the meantime right because Jalen Ramsey stance has not changed doesn't want to be a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars Aguas so now for calms who's going to relent. I as the situation continues to extend who's going to get more tired of the situation as it continues to extend and furthermore it actually is also is an opportunity for Jalen Ramsey to potentially see his value increase. This is not like the chargers with Melbourne coming back who are facing the dolphins this weekend the chargers excuse me the Jaguar still have the Broncos so without him. You're asking guys like. Dj Hating to step up maybe his value continues to increase that only with teams watching but also with the the Jaguars to think it's just been a just up and down with Jalen Ramsey especially coming off the last week all these different things that are happening with him in his situation but I think the Jacksonville Jaguars have questions to ask. What are they going to do Jalen Ramsey? How did they want because now it turns into like go in the locker room how those teammates reacting to him right? How how are they feeling about? All of this obviously in the locker room were friends. They're friendly but there might be guys that probably don't like what he's going through and probably are like man. If you don't WanNa be with us. Don't even and be with us you know. I don't know how those guys in the locker room. I one in nickel can understand also not necessarily getting a an a dude's pocket. No of course I understand the pocket but he's not holding out for any money. He's not holding out for anything he wants out. He has a leave eighteen and go somewhere. He doesn't want to be there but also understand that if he's going to another team that's probably GonNa come with some extra. Well understand what I mean by pocket. I mean in his business more so to speak like you. That's his individual circle but at the end of the day teammates lineup and we go to war each and every Sunday you don't WanNa come to war with US anymore. There might be teammates in that locker room that are like all right Br Gra. Stay on that side I don't want to do with you. You don't WanNa be with US cool. That's fine. I'm not that type of teammate. If you'RE GONNA come up in line up where you got your own personal issues I treat you as a friend as a player as a person but other other people in that locker room might see it a little differently well. Let's go back to Steve Young Stevie referenced Jalen to begin with again and is this situation where you feel like the Jack just have to cut bait or cut. CUT This and run since it doesn't appear. He's got away one. Do I think it's going to be in flux. I mean you can see that. The team has tried to create an image or perception. Maybe it's a reality that they really will do anything to try to keep him and maybe Tom Coughing and a background is saying look. I'M NOT GONNA win a battle of wills what we do with each other. How can we mend this? The real question is are you going to play on Sunday. Are you going to be on the field field if you're going to be on the field and we went because you continue to play and we continue to try to work this out because you can't keep doing this. I got to go to Nashville. I got it got a stomach ache. I gotTa you know the Flu Kim that that can't keep going as long as you keep playing they keep maybe making the case that you can stay and I think that's what I to me. That's what's the real question all all this stuff. That's happening during the week doesn't matter are you gonNa be on the field and if he's not on the field if you actually forces the jags not to play him then it's inevitable they have got to treat them very quickly. Try to get the best as they can from so this battle of wills really kind of now a battle of WHO's going to be on if he's going to be on the field or not on Sunday well that makes sense because I certainly understand the jags wanting.

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"marcia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"marcia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It is give you a hint Marcia Marcia, Marcia motto. She is pissed Marcia Brady who real name is Maureen McCormick. She is ticked off because anti vaccines online in Facebook groups, they're using her picture, and they're pointing to an episode of the Brady bunch from nineteen sixty nine I think that was the first season if I'm not mistaken. And in fact, I've got some of the episode here, and they're trying to use hers the poster child for you don't need vaccine. You know, you just get the measles. And then you build up your immunity from that. And here's here's some audio. Is that Bobby Bobby comes home from school? And I think tells. Measles, measles, or a strange case. Red freckles temperature totally hundred one point one. What's the record never mind the measles? Well, he certainly got all the symptoms. A slight temperature. Lot of dots. And a great big smile. Great big smile. A few days. Bring him some comic books. Okay. Obviously, it's pretty damn contagious. So then all the kids get the measles. This is the life. If you get sick shit. Can't beat the measles. That's right. No medicine, insider out don't even mention shuts. Yes..

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Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"marcia" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"What is that like that's a really hard i had long been saying to my mother it's okay if you don't remember me mum all always remember you but i had called her and she did she was chatting and then she said sorry who is this again let's marcia gay mom of sorry who and then you can hear the caregivers say marcia gay look here's her picture right there oh marsha she kind of connects it but she doesn't know exactly who the person is it's just acceptance i guess that here's a person to telling me there so intimate with me but i don't remember them russia will while you were writing this book yester mom what do you want your legacy to be and she said my children might travel and flowers is it's the essence of my mom justice and helping people how would you how would you answer that my legacy i thought about that i've thought about it sort of sporadically in that actors must have had a desire for a legacy long before it entered the conscious part of the brain on some level because we know that we leave a legacy in in our work and in our in film you know there's a tangible legacy for me i i don't think about the the gifts i wanna leave so to speak because there's sort of an emotional legacy in a spiritual legacy and then there's like hardcore things and what i will say is that when when mom was diagnosed it was hard on all of us the siblings it was hard on all of us and there's a lot of.

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"marcia" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"marcia" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

"Was wondering if there was any truth to the fact that jam master Jay was heavily in debt when he was murdered. Hi, Amy, and thanks for your question according to the investigative journalist, Frank Owen who looked into the matter. There was some indication that jam master Jay may well have owed back taxes to the IRS a substantial amount. This is Colleen, probably from Connecticut. I'm just wondering if anyone outside of the four people in the room saw the two. Two men. Isn't it possible that that story was made up and that one of the people in the room actually shot him. And the second part is, were any of the people in the rooms have percussion shot residue on their hands. A number of you actually sent in emails asking that same question as far as I know everyone who was in the studio that night was ruled out and I believe was tested for gunshot residue as well. So this week's mailbag your listeners are all over this Melinda is music supervisor, so she's got a special area of interest here. Why wasn't the theory that Jay had a recording of an unreleased artist? The motive did somebody know about a a hidden artist recording that he had and there's no evidence that there's an unreleased recording. A lot of your listeners have this question. Was there any DNA collected at the at the crime scene that maybe they couldn't do something within, but maybe now, you know, I don't know the answer to that question. I do know that they collected showcasing of course, right? How much DNA swabbing was done. I don't know. But the casings would still be an evidence and the casings would still be available for swabbing. I'm sure that they will reexamine them in the course of their investigations. I understand that they have reconvened a grand jury. Now, this this person an aspiring crown Turdy. She wants to know if it was possible to a dentist. I what types of guns are consistent with gunpowder. I don't know that gunshot residue is very, is all that particular to a gun. It makes particular to certain kind of bullet and they never did recover a murder weapon, and they would have done that by matching to the casings. A lot of people had this question to among them page and Bill, they just want to know why Lydia wasn't squeezed like a juice box to get, you know, to get all the info out of her, although I'm going to add my own pretty Tony new too. I mean, it seems like everybody knew and I kind of felt bad for Lydia. Like everybody's like, Lydia, you to it, you do it, you, you do it, and you know, other people know what's going on. I agree with you. There's no way in my opinion, that pretty Tony story holds up that he was. He had dropped his cell phone and he was reaching down for it. When these two guys walked in and shot Jade. And the problem is the police did squeeze both Lydia and pretty Tony. The reason we keep coming back to Lydia is at one point she said she was willing to cooperate if they protect her, but they wouldn't offer her the level of protection she needed. And so she fled. Now I'm gonna ask you to speculate and I know how much love that. Do you think just for chat purposes, it just seems to me that sort of everybody knew what was going on. Did you get that sense? I got the sense of people were talking like that. Okay. I got the sense that there was a lot of talk on the street about, we all know who did it. We all know, but nobody's saying any names and it's really easy to say, I know. I know, I know, but you're not saying who and how you know and where you got that from. So I don't know how much anybody. Really knows about what happened and who did it right? Just how much gossip that you kinda pass on like knowledge. All right, thanks. That's our mailbag and I invite you to call in and ask questions. I've set up a hotline just call four zero two eight, two, six, four, seven, four. That's four zero. Twenty-eight vanish V as in Victor A N I S H or you can email us at Marcia Clark podcast at eighty networks dot com. Thanks so much for your questions. They've all been terrific comeback and listen to the mail bag episode for all the questions we couldn't get to and you could just ask us questions in general. I don't feel like I need to be an authority on everything to have an opinion. So just if you think that you wanted to take a wack at something, let us know. And perhaps Marsha will give you some legal advice to if you're into that knows. Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast hosted by Marcia Clark produced by meal Klein and Chelsea great research by Robin Kiyomi supervising producers, Scott Brody, executive producers, Marcia Clark, TED Butler and Peter Tarsus music is by BLAKE, Maples special. Thanks to rob would Greenman rate in a booth. 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"marcia" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"marcia" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48

"Really yells at her view Mayes. It seems very odd and stream league recive ways. Nothing towards what would be a shining at one. Thank you so much, really enjoy the shuttle. Thanks for the question. Casey, it's great one. I so agree with you and that question are you alive? I don't understand anybody who says that. I mean in response to this, the nine one one operator, you know, she still alive if she still, why would you say at that way, Rebecca, Rebecca, you shaking, Rebecca, can you Rebecca? Can you hear me? I can think of a million things you would say, are you alive is not one of them? It is. I know, right? I mean than yelling across the yard. Yeah. I mean, it's just it feels very staged. It feels very much like someone's trying to be hate as though they don't know when they really do know that she's not alive. And again, I mean, that's why I talked to the experts that I did on my an show who analyze this nine one one call and found very troubling aspects to it. That just made it seem like it was all a kind of stage setup of a call. And I know it's kind of a hassle and we're asking you to do something more. We need you to subscribe rate and. View this podcast. Go to apple podcasts and just hit all the right buttons. Why don't you do that before you send a tweet that you might regret to this? I just by yourself that second to think about it. Thank you so much for taking the time to subscribe rate and review us. We really appreciate it next week. The billionaire boys club. Mersa Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast hosted by Marcia Clark produced by meal Klein and Chelsea great research by Robin keel me supervising producer, Scott Brody, executive producers, Marcia Clark, TED Butler and Peter Tarsus music is by BLAKE, Maples special. Thanks to rob would set decorator can make a good thing. Bad distributed by audio, boom, the TV series Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight is produced by TV and airs at nine pm, Thursdays on Anne, find out more at ATV dot com. Hang on any information communications material. You submit to the Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight podcast by email, download telephone or otherwise is non-confidential an ATM is free to use and reproduce such submission freely and for any purpose, please see the site for complete submission terms.

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"marcia" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"marcia" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"I know you're faces like wet but anyway so now a marcia clark was the lead prosecutor on that as well and they changed the laws about like accessing dmv records like how they're not allowed to be public so that people can have protection privacy off in goosebumps like this show this woman marcia clark even before the od trial was doing things that were 'extraordinary and um so as an honor to talk to her israel exciting whenever you um are here by the way who's watching your dog blow luckily wet what's the deal is he is laying around will i this is hard to admit i feel like i'm getting called out that so floatie i got this great new app and it's pretty much like an will not like it is it's an activity tracker for your dog yes so it goes on his caller and he doesn't even know said he hasn't care but you know what else uh and it monitors like you know how much how physically active your dog is which is great because i come over here my husband's you know usually travelling and somebody's got to walk the dogs we use dog services and things like that or like you know may be you say to your father in law like i could walk the doll yeah and then you get home at night and you look at the app and it says my dogs have twelve minutes evac brady said my my vitamin d do what they were supposed to do who do i have to be mad at so it's been really great because i've had a lot of trouble with my dog in.

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"marcia" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"marcia" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Okay are there are a couple reasons why you can wear sunglasses the mainstream i will allow that your eyes had been fucking dilated by it optometrist's and bitch my thoughts are with you because that can be concerning at the other four this is what we only know what you want or the other four gould who boots google it boots guys please welcome burns saxon candles the company took check yes tape tech are we doing the troll ball what are you all think trouble talk here we go so i'm picking and okay all right your i don't think so honey is on a hard are use the military wear who that is i don't i mean people don't know people in the marcia gay harden as you know what we're gonna do another one because marcia gay harden she she got silence from you guys and that's okay this is a good one your i don't think so hummy is obama's maria and sasa book your time starts now i don't think so how do h paul i will do disrespect moley not today i believe it i believe that made black i don't think so.

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