18 Burst results for "Mary Manning"
"mary manning" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"In the nfl but he is not over your detroit. Lions packers a-rod and the packers take on the lions monday night football jalen. Is there any chance that your lions can pull off the inconceivable and get the upset detroit versus everybody you see people copying it in different variations in other cities in other states and other countries is started here. That's number one number two. Nobody believe enough tonight right. No i don't believe in you believe in us tonight. We probably a double digit underdog points. All gonna do me like that. Is that the hail mary man. You were close enough to need a hell mary to win. That's a win. Basically for the lines to be that close to the packers and they need a miraculous hail. Mary was probably the closest they played the packers in the last ten years to be honest with. Y'all regina mega truck megatrend watch this. You know where did i give you dollars campbell. What happens in the lines get down. What do they do. We're going to get up. And on the way up we're going to buy to kneecap off so many kneecaps are going to be tonight. I'm over under seven and a half. Kneecaps are going to get eaten important. Twelve and a half lift lines we'll talk about. Espn.
"mary manning" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Girl I stand beside and good tonight with from a From the mountains to the trip to the Why Baby, My sweet God Bless Mary. Man that stands inside and God do the night with the light Brahma from Mount to the brown too. Sure why? Um, my Oh, Oh, home, so we Miss McCollum. I just I just want you to know. That The Patriots in this country we've for you and your family. And if there's ever anything I can do for you anything I want you.
"mary manning" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Good. Um and I extend the side and good night with the night from a From the mountains to the trip to the sure Why do clean My God Bless Mary. Man that stands and God do the night with the light, Mama. From now mountain to the breath means to sure why. Oh, so we country Miss McCollum. I just I just want you to know. That The Patriots in this country. Wait for you and your family. And if there's ever anything I can do for you anything I want you.
Robinhood Sold IPO Shares to Over 300,000 of Its Customers
"That have the most to lose and speaking of stocks. That have a lot to lose. I want to talk about the ipo of robinhood. This was one of the more highly anticipated. Ipo's after all this really encapsulates the entire you mean stock investing theme where the public is just buying everything no regard the fundamentals pure gambling in fact a lot of people have taken their stimulus money and deposited directly to their robinhood accounts. And of course robin hood was at ground zero for the game. Stop short squeeze in fact. A lot of people were upset at robin hood when they halted the ability of people to buy a game stop or the leverage up to buy game. Stop so there was a lot of people focusing on this. Ipo they supposedly have democratized. Investing course robin hood is not about investing at all. It's about speculating. It's about gambling if anything that's all they've democratized and they're not helping the little people rob the rich right. That's the whole name of robinhood is where you're taking from the rich and you're giving from the poor will what robin hood actually does is. It helps the rich take from the poor because the people who are losing the customers or the people who have accounts at robin hood because they're not actually the customers. Those people are the product. The customers are few hedge funds that are buying all the order flow. So they can trade. Against all the robin hoods right so all the mary men who have got account robinhood are losing a bunch of money and the people who are making. The money are the rich sheriffs who own these hedge funds. The reason they're buying all these orders is because they're making a lot of money off them because the people that have robinhood
"mary manning" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mandates that we're no longer tto handle South African produce because of power. We know very little about South Africa. We didn't know how to pronounce or spell apart thighs. But we followed the union instruction. We went around the store to find out what was South African. It was mainly out span oranges and grapefruits and inform management that we were going to follow this instruction. We were immediately put on cash registers on. I remember sitting there myself Mary Money on this D. C on this woman coming up with two outs span grapefruit in her basket. And we looked at each other, and we prayed that she wasn't going to come to one of us, but she did. She came to marry Manning and Mary Manning refused. TTO handle South African produce on was suspended. We came out on strike. And that was the first day the 19th of July 1984 at a quarter past 12 on Thursday, and I remember it well that the dawn stores anti apartheid strike started. As I said, we knew very little about South Africa. We knew there was discrimination, but we didn't know what sort of discrimination it was about. We were a few days on the picket line on a man called Nimrods jacket came onto the picket line and he started telling us about washed with South African on what was a parasite all about. He was an exile from South Africa, and he's been living in Ireland for about 15 years. And he told us what it was like to be a black person living in South Africa. You couldn't sit on the same seat as a white person. You couldn't use the same toilet. You had to be out of the cities and the towns that white people lived in by a certain time and you had to have a passbook to leave her township. And he described what a parasite was like in one of the best ways that I could describe it. It was like a pint of Guinness. A majority of the people living in South Africa were black on the minority, wer Weiss. Unlike a pint of Guinness, the white satin top of black Because of Nimrod. And what he was telling us about South Africa. That changed for us personally, it no longer became a union instruction. We were never ever going to handle South African goods until apartheid gun and freedom for everybody in South Africa had been achieved. Strike went on, a union official told us maybe a couple of weeks. We were six months on strike. When we got an invitation to meet Bishop Desmond Tutu. He was coming from America going over to Oslo to pick up a Nobel peace prize. And he said, I'd like to meet the Dawn Star striker's in London. So as we did being shop workers We got in a car and we drove and took the ferry over to London to meet Bishop Desmond Tutu, who was about collect Nobel Peace Prize and I remember being there and it was the first time that we really had any mate media interest. And the cameras are there on this small little man comes into the room on people that know me know I'm not a very huggy person. So the first thing he does is common holds us unlike old God. And then he told off on DH media how proud he was of us and how brave we were. And for somebody like that, to say that it just brought more passion to us than we ever had before. And he told us that he would go back to South Afghan. He would tell the ordinary workers. Thie ordered black workers in South Africa that they went on their own that their woz people from other countries that cared enough to do something. About I was in December of 84. We were six months on strike. We went through a long winter. And then as the first anniversary of the strike happened. We were getting very little support from the government from a lot of Irish people on from the trade union movement, but we stuck to our guns. Bishop Desmond Tutu asked us to come to South Africa to see for ourselves what parasite was all about. And we had no money to go because we had earned When we were working about a £5 week. We were now on £21. The union would only give us the £1000 on the trip is going to cost about 1000. So one night in Dublin City. We got many supporters as we could together, and we went around every pub in Dublin City, raising funds for that trip, and we raised £7000 in 1985. To go on that trip to South Africa. That was the support we got from ordinary working class people in Dublin. Trip was organized on we headed off to Heathrow on DH was about to board the plane, for sure, with plain to Heathrow or in Heathrow to go to South Africa on we were stopped and held for a number of hours there. They wouldn't let us on the plane because the South Africans horrors he's Wouldn't allow the plane to land eventually through negotiations. We boarded the plane to be told afterwards that the captain had told all the passengers that we were the reason the plane has been delayed for so long. We were all separated. We weren't allowed to sit together so you can imagine the atmosphere. We were quite terrified on remember. We're only 20. The youngest of us was 17. The oldest was 20 for the rest of us were all 20. We arrived in hand Smuts Airport, which is now by the way, called Oliver Tambo Airport. On DH. When we arrived on each side of the tarmac, there were soldiers. We thought this was normal. We arrived in to get a passports checked and soldiers came and asked us where we the group from Ireland. We said we were Immediately. It was about 40 armed soldiers around us with machine guns. We were escorted upstairs. We were held under armed guard for eight hours. We did not know what was going to happen to us because we had heard stories of people disappearing one cigar to South Africa. Answered. African Black South Africans themselves period. Eventually, we were informed that we were going to be sent back on the same plane. But why we were there for eight hours. We couldn't even go to the bathroom where two women soldiers would come in with us. And the door would have to stay open. When we got eventually back on the.
"mary manning" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I did look up TV. Is it a Russian outlet? It's well. The guy who runs it is known as deejay Vlad. I was born in the Ukraine, but he is American now and it's they say they're the world's leading source of celebrity interviews and urban news. Okay, Okay, well, they've been popping up on the radar and I'd look in a watch The interview for riel. And I'm watching Chaka Khan saying this, But the interviewer was kind of leading her about Jer. No song like her, and I heard another singer like doing a distract, You know like that, so All right. Here's another one. I think it'll be easier dancing with the stars. And first of all, that would be such if she could do a collab, whose name is bigger right now, Shaka Khan or but Shaka Khan doesn't need to do it. She's worked with praise on the Forbes list. He and she doesn't care either. Where she wherever album's been, Laurie. I don't know, but I saw her perform. At the Jazz Festival to last year in 2019. She was really good. She's like amazing and the crowd went and she had really great dancers. I mean, she is love he has. She's just I'm just teasing right. Okay, so dancing with the stars and Taryn Manning. What's the beef? Who Sarah Mary Manning from Orange is the new black, the actress her her and I get Okay, she there and Lisi out Orange is the new game. She keeps saying that they keep asking her to be on dancing with the stars. So she shot a video in front of the Brady Bunch House. And revealed earlier this week. I've been asked to be on dancing with the stars. Many time I have this weird phobia that being on the show mean juror has been, and I never want to believe that's the case. Well, he's ever been asked. That's what dancing with the stars is machine. So which is what they're saying. We could go stand in front of something I can't believe I've never been asked to be on this before. It means you're has been Here's what the dance men's Taran claims she's been asked to join the cast many times, however, we've never as tearing to be part of the show her reps. Attempted to pitch US. About her, and we kindly pass because, like I said, Who is she? So her claims she was asked to do it once. Never. My many, many times is completely. I mean, who would have ever thought beef between terror and Manning and dancing with the stars? Rocco I don't. I wouldn't have headline I would have ever seen. Okay. Armey Hammer was related to Nile Rodgers. Armie Hammer was two forces a strange wife and two kids to come back to L. A. This is all I can think he's fined for joint custody. Off his Children and amandine that his Children who are living with Elizabeth and the Cayman Islands with the rest of armies, family, I would demand them family estate. Well, Julia I don't want him to be without your kids. That was his choice to leave and go diddle in battle around in Beverly Hills. There is a pandemic going on his family is there Grandma and grandpa. The schooling is happening. The kids aren't going to school in L A. This is here's what I see in all of this. Messy. This is going to get very messy has been since the first day. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I kind of think like the kids in Cayman Island like maybe you're even more protected. There's so fewer people write your outside all the time, and she's With his side of the family, even some of the photos and blah, blah blah, and it's not like she's kidnapped the kids in a holding the army can get a jet. Private jet. He knows rich people. He could probably say the Warners he I don't know. I just think they're fighting. That's what I think. Alright, Perfect. I agree. No, I think you're right. I think you're right after all. I mean, you can also see what he wants them to be back there so I can see why he would want someone to be back. You'd want your people to be by you, but you can also see But you see both sides, so that's why I say it's going to get messy. Speaking of messy Brad Pitts hopes to have the kids overnight at least once over the holidays. Remember when we learned Who weeks ago Teo is bears a judge there four years determining when Brad sees the kids and you know, and when Anjali you.
"mary manning" Discussed on Z104
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"mary manning" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mary manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mark robins thanks for calling basketball conference championship games five schools earning a title in a tournament best this evening in the northeast conference it is over in moon township Pennsylvania the colonials of Robert Morris with the northeast conference beating St Francis of Pennsylvania that game was on ESPN two over on ESPN right now the final of the horizon league championship northern Kentucky with eight sixty four fifty to lead two minutes to go over Illinois Chicago is coming up on ESPN after that game it is the west coast conference tournament final Saturday against St Mary's man we have been there before no concerns of the potential spread of coronaviruses cause the ID with the canceled its men's and women's tournament set for this weekend in Massachusetts the men's regular season champ jail when the camp Princeton earning the automatic bid for the NC double a tournament the governor of Ohio the suggested all indoor sporting events in the state be played without fans in attendance in the mid American conference has agreed its men's basketball tournament starting Thursday in Cleveland will be played without fans in the stands the NC double a who holds the first four in Dayton says it's still running it's part of it as normal but will monitor the situation the big west will run it this weekend in Anaheim California without fans in attendance the NBA on ESPN radio right now he was in the Dallas hosted phone senatorial hosting Dallas for the next five years will be the.
"mary manning" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Here's another blind item. Colleen and Bradley trying to figure out who this is about this permanent ale is model who also does reality television and acting is hooking up with a married, man. A couple of decades older than our model the married man left his wife of forty years to be with her a, wow, okay. She does reality television and acting. Yes. Harry, and she's a model A-List is she currently still modeling. Yes. She is modeling right now. Okay. Is she currently still acting? I believe she has dabbled in acting in several years. I remain cts Jabra. Wow. Let me fill in the blank for you. Tyra banks is hooking up with a married, man. A couple of decades older than her and that Mary man left his wife of forty years to be with Tyra banks. Okay. This is king because she I might be making history. But when she had her talk show, which I was faithful watcher of those good. It was a good show. I feel like she would get real down on this type of behavior. Yes. Yeah. So this seems out of character a little hypocritical a little bit wouldn't be the first time. That's true. That's true. Celebrities. Test worse than we are. That's true. But we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. You guys sweat is back. War. Swat Bradley Chris Pratt craft for me, Chris Krant and Kaplan Schwarzenegger, and they want us to know all about their wedding. Oh, you just wait. Just shocking Lee. Unique wherever here shockingly unique details about their upcoming wedding and pending nuptials after this on my talk one.
"mary manning" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At the same time. These women were murdered and another component. They suggested they wanna bring up is the time he was in jail in a Monte. Now, he was jailed in L Monte after the attempted murder in Santa Monica and what happened while he was briefly. Early in jail there in El Monte was a couple of undercover agents were sharing a cell with him. And they had Mike's in there. So there's a cell with three people. It's Michael Gelo and a couple of kind of undercovers, and they're trying to solicit conversation from him knowing that there's a recording going on in the defense is going to say that in the whole course of that recording which I believe is more than forty hours. Not one time. Did he ever cop to any of the crimes? And so the defense says that that is going to be a key component as well. That even though he didn't know he was being recorded. He thinks he's talking with a couple of other inmates at no point. Did he suggest that he had committed these murders or attempted murder? Now, he was they said living double life during these crimes that he was a husband and a father. Yeah. Mary, man. Yup. Who bounced around the country from Chicago to these three different locations. I'm not exactly. Sure, what was going on in his family life is he moved around so much or what if any knowledge his family had of this double life. The only indication we had yesterday just about who. He is is that the prosecution said he was trained in martial arts and boxing. So he's a really fit guy Nabi,.
"mary manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So Jamal Murray ends up with twenty three and it's so much fun to see teams that haven't been there done that in a while come through. And I'm just as impressed with the Senate sit in Tonio Spurs as I am with the Denver Nuggets because the Spurs have this band of ragtag, Mary men, it's like Robin Hood's band of thieves for heaven's sakes. They have come from all different places some via trade some via free agency. It's a completely different group. Of guys and their post Parker, and they're posting and their post Dunkin and their post by heck, they're even post dated green. And so a lot of the guys in fact, all of the guys that are part of their championships in recent memory are gone except for Gregg Popovich. Maybe not every single guy. But the core group, it's different. It's all different. And so this particular coaching job by pop maybe better than all the rest the hung together. Real. Well. You know, just played the second seed and played eleven times it's five and six. Knows eleven games. So they've they've done well for themselves. Having never played with each other a minute. Before the season. So coach Popovich and the Spurs end up with the seven seed, and they pushed the two seed to the brink in a game seven now for the nuggets. Again, it's history. It hasn't been this way to decade in for Mike Malone as you can imagine who big relief to get over this initial hump. You obviously, you're happy and proud of your guys. You know to come so close less two years and missed the playoff by one game. And to challenge every player in that roster to come back and improve player and the buying the commitment all season long all summer long coming into the year. And you know, this was a really hard for series. So Mike Malone and the Denver Nuggets moving on. They don't have much time to prep for the Portland trailblazers either. That's a game one series starter on Monday evening now. The good news is the nuggets have home court and for the blazers. They've had a few extra days off before they have to get there to the mile high city..
"mary manning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Continues on five seventy K L F. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you whenever there's a gun related issue or story. Of course, we turn to Dr John Lott. He's the president of the newly-formed crime prevention research center, he's an economist is held research and teaching positions at the university of Chicago, Yale University, Stanford UCLA Warton and rice he was the chief economist at the United States sentencing commission during the nineteen eighty eight eighty nine period in he's been on Fox News dot com as well. Noted author one of his books more guns less crime bringing back John Locke for a couple hours here on coast to coast. Hi, john. Welcome back. Great to talk to George so gun sales down for the second year in a row. Why I actually quite right? We reached a peak of about twenty seven million background checks and in two thousand sixteen and it went down in two thousand seventeen. It actually went up this last year by about four percents. So it's almost the same. It's the second highest year last year was the second highest number of background checks that we've had it's a little bit below about five percent below what it was and twenty sixteen but twenty sixteen with the election and stuff. A lot of people were very concerned that Hillary Clinton could win the election and change completely the direction of the supreme court, and and I think the sales reflected that, but it really hasn't changed very much some of the media that calling it the Trump gun slump. What does that look I think the media many different ways wants to make it appear that people don't wanna have gone so much more worried example of how they do this is they report polls that indicate that the percentage of households owning guns have been declining. There's really only one poll it's called the general social survey by the national opinion resource corporation that has shown a drop and they show about thirty two percent of American households own a gun that's down from over fifty percent. A few decades. But there are lots of other surveys that show different patterns last year there two surveys that came out one by the Wall Street Journal NBC news, which showed about forty seven percent of American households owned a gun, and you had a few other percents that refused to answer the question and one by Monmouth university, which showed about forty six percent of households owned a gun and seven percent refused to do it. And even those which are underestimating very likely the percent of households that own guns. So I'll give you one simple reason for that. And that is if you look at Mary men and married women married women say that they own a gun in the home at about fifteen percentage points, less than Mary men. Do that could be married men have a gun, their wives. Just don't know about it. I suppose that's that could be. Possible. Yeah. Right. But another possibility is that women when you have some stranger that calls up by just are more reticent to go and tell somebody whether they have a gun, and and honestly even more important is that these surveys usually are done at the same time every year, they're invariably done after you've had some type of mass public shooting. And it could be that women. Right. When you're like in a week or so right after you know, the park land shooting last year, which is when NBC Wall Street Journal survey was done might be more reticent than men simply because it's more controversial at that time with all the news coverage to say that they have a gun in the home. If you if you were to -ssume that married women and Mary had guns in the home at the same rate that married men. Do you Dan about seven percent or so? Onto gun ownership, and it would indicate that more than half of American households had a gun. You know, I've known you for years, John, you are an advocate of responsible gun ownership. And I'm sure you as well as I cringe whenever some wack job. Like, Stephen paddock shoots up a crowd of people. And you know kills fifty eight people. I mean, that's unheard of. But. Those those cases even though they're dramatically large when they happen. Don't happen. All the time. And a lot of legislators used episodes like that to try to control gun ownership. Don't they? Right. Well, I mean, everyone wants to try to get rid of those since the question is what type of policies are going to do. I'll give you one example central bringing this up just less than two weeks ago. The Democrats in congress introduced the Gabby giffords Bill named after the congresswoman who was shot and wounded wounded yak in two thousand and eleven and. Her the Bill that was named after her is going to impose background checks all private transfers their sales as well as gifts or anything else of bladder gives a gun to his son. They'd have to go through a background check in order to do it. The thing is it wouldn't have stopped her shooting. It would have nothing to do with the person didn't obtain a gun through private transfer. It wouldn't have stopped one mass public shooting this century, but they use it as an excuse to go and pass another type of regulation that they wanna have. And unfortunately, that is true for most of these types of gun control law. What's the difference? John between this so-called Bill. Universal background checks, and the background checks that are being conducted right now when you go to buy a firearm, right? Well, right now, if you go to any type. A dealer whether a dealer at a shop or dealer at a gun show or anything else you have to have any place in the country. You have to go through the federal Nick system, these background checks, and if you're just going to transfer gun to somebody you have to pay a fee, otherwise it's in the price of a gun with this does is this would make it. So not just when you buy it from a dealer, but if you if you paint a gun, whether it's a gift or whether it's a purchase from anybody. You know, even within the family, you'd have to have a background check war. Even if you're gonna lend somebody a gun, if you're going to lend somebody gun, you know, let's say a woman friend of yours is being stalked. It's a Saturday night. And she calls you up fearful, and you want to lend you or gun you'd have to do a background check before you could lend it to her. So that's that's the change the law would produce. Now. Let me ask you two quick questions with that. If I lent that gun to somebody, and they committed a crime or shot, somebody who's liable MIR them, well, I mean, even if they used in self defense, if you had this type of background checks on private transfers, and you hadn't done that. You know, she had called you up late at night. And there was no dealer to go to at that time to go and lender the gun. You know, you would be committing crime. Even if even if and she would also in terms of accepting the guy now, maybe the actual defensive gun use would be deemed perfectly proper be viewed as justifiable self defense. But the act of you giving her the gun without the background check. And her taking it both of you would be committing felonies. I'm not sure I would lend a gun to somebody would you? It depends. I mean, surely there people that, you know, well, they may have reasons why they don't have a gun. And and it depends on what you think the threat is if you let's say, you know, woman friend of yours, and you know, the person that she's having trouble with you may believe that she's really endanger offer to stay there to have her stay at your place. But let's say that that practical for some reason I can think of situations where somebody that I trust. You know? And I believe that they understand what they're doing with the gun. I would I would lend it to him. I mean, it depends on the circumstance John Lott with us. We're gonna take calls with John next hour here as we talk about guns gun control, universal background checks. I mean, everybody, I know wants to stop criminals from getting guns would would universal background checks do that. Or would they hurt other people in society? Yeah. I mean, I wish I mean, I couldn't agree with you more. Everybody wants to stop criminals or other people who are dangerous from getting guns. The problem is background checks are going to be a magic bullet. I mean, I'll give you an example, we have background checks on people getting opioids, right? I mean, you can't go democ opioid from a pharmacist you have to ever prescription and show your ID. A government issued photo ID before they can give it to you. Now. I don't think anybody believes that the background. Check system for drugs is stopping people from getting opioids in this country, or or other types of drugs. You know? So one thing people have to realize with regard to getting a legal drugs. It's the essentially the same as by getting a legal guns. It's essentially the same as getting a legal drugs drug dealers have done, you know, and the big source for a painting illegal guns are drug dealers it, so, you know, it's not like a drug dealer if one drug dealers steals, another drug dealers drugs that they can go to the police and say can you help us get them back. They have to effectively set up their own little military's to protect that very valuable property that they haven't. So they have guns to to do that. And and you know, so you know, I wish it was simple. But you're going to be no more successful in stopping them from getting guns. Then you are drugs if I could quit my fingers, and 'cause all illegal drugs to disappear from the United States and all guns. How long do you think it is before legal drugs would start coming back into the country couple hours? Well, I mean if you're in L Paso, maybe. Twenty minutes. And how long would it be before the drug gangs would be bringing in the weapons in order to protect that variable property, you look at Mexico, for example, Mexico since nineteen seventy two has had one gun store in the country. It's located in Mexico City. It's run by the military. It's very difficult to be able to go and buy gun. Probably just one percent of the population owns a gun in Mexico. Legally the strongest most powerful rifle that you can buy Mexico's a twenty two caliber gun. That's not the types of guns that drug dealers are using their in the country. Right. And you know, but yet Mexico has a the murder rate that five times higher than what we have here in the United States and drug gangs. They bring in drugs from around the world kind of an transit to bring them into the United States and they obtain weapons not only from the Mexican military but from. Sources all around the world there. I mean, I wish I wish it was easy. The problem that you have to realize for a lot of these regulations is that. You may primarily be making it difficult for law abiding citizens. So when they vote on the Gabby giffords Bill in congress, which I'm sure they will sue. Washington DC is one place that already has these background checks on private transfers, it costs one hundred and twenty five dollars to privately transfer gun in Washington DC, they may not stop you. Or I from being able to go and obtain a gun, but the very people that my research finds who benefits the most from having guns. Poor blacks, we live in high crime urban areas, the people are most likely to be victims of violent crime, and because they're most likely be victims benefit the most from having the option to go and protect themselves. One hundred twenty five dollars may make the difference between whether they're legally able to go and buy gun to protect themselves and their families. But it's even worse than that. Yeah, we frequently. Hear the claim that there are three million dangerous. Prohibited. People that have been stopped from buying guns because of background checks, and that's that's simply false what they should say. Is that there have been three million initial denials, and virtually all of those something around ninety nine percent of those are, false positives. There simply, you know. It's one thing to stop a felon from buying a gun. It's another thing to stop somebody simply because they've been named similar to felon from by God. Felons are not stupid enough to go through a background check to go and get a gun. Even though they're pretty dumb anytime. They know how to get them. John stay with us. We're gonna talk more about some of these proposed laws and then later on tonight. We'll take phone calls with you. John Lott with us. More guns less crime. Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and now Android four dot own above. Listen, live or on-demand, anywhere anytime. Go to coast to coast AM dot com and download it today..
"mary manning" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I mean, look like minds on the sideline they're just all hand signals. And I thought I'd say they're done. They're never going to be able to overcome this golf. It reminds me a lot of. You know, like you don't get much here. You know, he's just very vanilla. And he just you know, he just goes out and just balls and the he was able to fight out of that. So that impressed me a lot that that team was able to do that rally behind him in that dome in that place is unbelievable. I mean it rattles your molars. And they were able to overcome all that. So I think the problem with the patriots is they just they don't beat themselves. So they make you earn everything. And I think the one of the biggest reason by the Philly one last year was they were aggressive. They had a foot on the gas the whole time they went for two early on say, look, we're not selling for feel fact, they didn't kick it down there early on fourth down. They went for the touchdown. That's how they won the game. The Rams are gonna have that same mindset, Shaun O'Hara here on the rich Eisen show alongside with with James move. So what was your media day like what was Super Bowl media day like Super Bowl, forty two? We already heard Super Bowl thirty eight. Not nearly as what it is. Now. Were you were you change you podium, where did you get home show? I don't know. How did I had a podium? Remember the number of the podium. Twelve was number one. I don't know what number. Okay. Fourteen back. Then I think fourteen across the you remember that he doesn't be mixed. It we did it or miles. Routine is no what you remember that. Totally. Remember that across seven seventy two. We did we did we did do. And without by the way, mixing it. What he means is a microphone at every vote and to open it up and close it whatever we went them. I don't that of all the times that I do make fun of of how important you make yourself out to be. Yes. That greatly those those media sessions to open the Mike's up and know what we're taking whatever Razi that was impressive. Thank you, rich. But there's no way you remember. There was fourteen and for Super Bowl Sunday was an MVP winning coach and six six or seven and seven each side for the post game. I did not release any paperwork. I actually do a little bit of work paperwork. Yeah. Unlike this show, I prepared. I'm kidding. But it makes it makes sense that if I was the last podium that was kind of like, hey, we got one extra one. Should we give it through? Let's give it to a lineman. No. But it was kind of like one of those source because I was like, wow, that's kind of cool. All right. Have a point. But then also as soon as the other my fellow off Lyman saw that was it opened up the door, just as you're not supposed to do all that stuff out one last night's you tell me all the time, and we're giving him grief. I think they appreciated. I mean, he he deserves the half. You know, what you didn't deserve to have one. No. I mean, I think it's just even though I'm sure his guys are still giving them just trying to think of my head him hard. So obviously Eli got one and obviously Coughlin got one see stray strays OC would get lax lexical got one Antonio Pierce. Yeah. Okay. Now, we're now now now now running out now running. Jaco Jacobs got one now run on steam, of course, we're going to give the talkative. Yeah. Hold on a second telegenic center of the New York football giants from Rutgers. Gotta get you up there. Definitely the Rucker rockers over the top. Yeah. We got a guy. The Mike the Rutgers. But I remember I'll never forget there was there was somebody in. There was a lady there that was where like a Mary manning. Sure. Oh, yeah. Well, the PX just host to Brady lie think both didn't she didn't. She she. She was from the from the Telemundo right Brockman now..
"mary manning" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"She's. She's very problematic. I want to say. Sheep. She's having an affair. With the Mary man who just had a baby. Not everybody knows about it. And she wants to kind of keep it on the hush. Because, you know, she's this strong, civil rights African American woman activist. She's having an affair with this police officer has had a baby with his wife, so you can see problematic that is especially how the perception would be seen of her within her all African American community. So that's going on Charlie. Sisters in the middle is married to famous basketball player Davis, west in California. She's also as business manager. So she's very devoted to her husband loves him. They have a son mica was a cool kid for Mike Mike has been very privileged. Michael goes to the best schools like Beverly Hills. He. He's got privilege because of father is. And basically his mom because his mom businessman, make an all she's making sure that Davis Wes stays relevant and he's always making money. So and you see the Charlie is very dedicated and devoted to her husband of Mary much. She. Thinks he's faithful. Eating, but that's come to find out that some things happen. So now. That's an issue. That's going to happen now angel as I want to live on a farm with their father Ernest borderline played by Glenn Termine. So you find out. Ernest has been hiding things from his kids. He's struggling with the farm. So he's working second job as a janitor. The kids don't even know about it his daughter Charlie's rich because he's made to the saints basketball player Davis. She talks him on the phone. He hasn't really saying thing about what's going on. And. The expected happens. He dies. But not before he dies. You know reference has been living there with him ref interest ex-con on parole. I believe robbery, Shannon, racist, son. And he's been raising some blue with help of his father Ernest and his violent. Serov angel can of has a chip on his shoulder. Little bit Catholics. The world owes him. Very loving towards son very much. So but. Hi comes across. I. So and then you find out that the there's this. Rival family called the Boudreaux's. They own most of the land around bottles, and they have monopolized shipping industry in New Orleans. So what I like about this show is that. These three siblings aren't really that close. They're kind detached. And they all have like. Flaws that come back to bite them, basically. Sort of. I mean, so like I said, no, she's community activists, you know, so rights activists, but as kind of like she's kind of like living a lie because her life isn't all as everyone thinks it is she's doing something. She knows she shouldn't do, but she can't stop herself immigrants having a fair. But this Mary man who just had a baby was a cop. Charlie loves her famous basketball husband doesn't see that. He's been kind of. He hasn't been faithful. He's been letting by plaza printer face Ralph angel. You know, he's just trying to survive just kinda mad at the world that we happy with Nova because she never went to see him when he was in jail. And you know, he's just trying to stay afloat. He doesn't want to lose his parole. You know, I just wanna go to jail, and what I like about the show is that they're all forced to come together once their father dies because no one sees coming because he's very to himself. He's working this part time jobs, just we can keep his land. And he hasn't told anybody he could've asked Charlie his daughter has been daughter for money, and she would've gave it to him as a proud guy. And the only time you see Ernest really light up as when he's playing with his grandson, bluh, bluh. Like, everyone was blue is cute little kid, very happy. Good good energy. So and then violent, you know, sister. She's. She works at the high yellow that's the name of the restaurant. I kid you. They call it. A high yellow. All in the south, right? It's kind of crazy and she basically runs the rest around, but she's not really getting her recognition at least not yet. So earnest, basically has a heart attack gets to the hospital. Nobody believed that she does go to see him and. Ralph angel and blue go to see him, and you know, artists can't wake up he sees blown. He smiles they know and he feels better having blue their grandson. While this is happening Charlie finds out in public. Why she's at a basketball game that her husband? He gets charged basically for.
"mary manning" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"As far as the eagles and saints are concerned. Yes. Philadelphia. The defending Super Bowl champs heavy underdogs against the conference's top seed who are different team in the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Evidenced by their forty eight seven beatdown of the eagles during the regular season. But dick bowls back under center and a key player. He'll be throwing to says, Sean, Mary men will will be his tight end. He's been false security blanket sec- into lined up. Again, you know, he's a match up nightmare for the defense means biggest strong and fast. You can't necessarily drop. Safety or corner on them because he'll just bullying and pushed my way. But if you drive drop linebacker autumn, he's too fast. You'll he's find ways to get open. He knows exactly when it sit down and him and makes falls they have this thing this chemistry when he knows in trouble. He'll stop right there on the spot at field and make some things happen Merriman talking about Zach urge Clemson visits the White House on Monday, and we have more NFL on the other side. We size up today's to divisional round kickoff. That's next. This is sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Official round of the NFL playoffs. Get to go play another game in the playoffs. And see what we can do that stinking. Also coverage. Sportscenter. Time of year is tough was that Mike because there's not enough time to keep up with all the football and basketball drama. No, I lean toward football or maybe because you'll live and breathe football or because you played in the NFL. I mean, those are wild guesses because football's giant, California almonds, and I love California almonds. I did not see that coming. They're packed with six grams of energy giving protein and they're easy to take on the go. That's probably why football is America's favorite sport. So grab a handful of California almonds and own every day of the season..
"mary manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For this game. And Brady talk today about how he's outside practicing in ten fifteen degree weather, and he just loves it throwing the football with his friends. He is relishing this moment as he prepares for his thirty eighth career playoff game. As far as the eagles and saints are concerned. Yes. Philadelphia. The defending Super Bowl champs heavy underdogs against the conference's top seed who are different team in the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Evidenced by their forty eight to seven beat of the eagles during the regular season. But dick bowls back under center and a key player. He'll be throwing to says, Sean, Mary men will will be his tight ends. He's been Nick false security blanket says he entered lined up again. You know, he's a match up nightmare for the defense. Amis biggest strong and fast. You can't necessarily drop a safety or corner on them because he'll just bullying and pushed my way. But if you drive drop a linebacker autumn. He's too fast. You'll he's find ways to get open. He knows exactly when they sit down on him. And Nick foles, they have this thing this chemistry. What he knows in trouble. He'll stop right there on the spot sit at open-field and make some things happen Merriman. Talking about Zach ertz, Clemson visits the White House on Monday, and we have more NFL on the other side. We size up today's to divisional round kickoff. That's next. This is sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Round of the NFL playoffs. We'd have to go play another game in the playoffs this year. We can do that. Stinking. Awesome. Coverage changing. Message and.
"mary manning" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Fun, but far from satisfying. But that's all about to change. Let's try a little experiment. Joey, you'll be seeing a lot more of these. Go ahead press. The button in front of you activate your console, and they had consoles in front of people in theater, and now it's always kind of expensive thing to kind of pull off too. Sure of something that was kind of a fly by night gimmick, four films. The other thing with this is that. That good either Jackson modern guy looking for a little fun and romance. What he doesn't know is that he's dressed completely wrong for the downtown party. He's on his way to let's Campbell Leslie's an innocent person caught in the middle of a construction scandal. She's about to get out of it by turning enter corrupt partner. She's meeting FBI agent tonight the cheese in like, I said it was short. What it wasn't the strongest material more of an experiment. Yeah. It was it really was more of an experiment. One the strongest material and he's like well back in nineteen ninety six they were the first ones to do it. No way would not Martin. This can go back all the way to the sixties. I think nineteen nineteen sixty six. There was a check feel that was experimenting with an interactive movie. It was called kin kin autumn it in. This was this. This really did put you in like they tried to put you in the most bizarre situations. You know, like, hey, you Mary man in the in the you know, what happens when the have dressed naked woman comes over to your hotel room. Icon in impossible. Come in. Is like what Joyce do you got boot cocky in blown up?.