17 Burst results for "Matt Cox"
"matt cox" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He's robbing ironically, not helping and to your point the first thing I thought it was apparent is working really hard to give their kid what they consider a great Christmas and they're working toward this goal. And Tyler Perry swoops in pays for everything. Now, if I'm the mom or the dad, I'm going, wait. I give you Christmas. I'm on your parent, not Tyler Perry. Right. And so this is him feeling like a hair. Zero. But if you really look at what is destructive in any community. It is the giving of or we'll take care of our do not you do not have to go down, whatever the normal channels are look imagine if your kid was just going to high school. He's trying to get us diploma and Tyler Perry swift in and got him a free diploma and garett nice. Well, if you think in those times you go with us insane. No, no, no. He's got to work for that. They're going to work and they go. Hey, this guy's playing. Pop Warner football. Tyler Perry got your most valuable player Trevor he made himself. He's like you canot you'd go. No. This is a version of that we need to get back to that. And this notion that Tyler Perry's generous because he's doing it. And then I'm cruel because I'm fighting against it is basically your doctor telling your fat patient to exercise ham someone going. Hey, why are you being such a bummer like that is? That we're losing a little side of that in our society, we need to get back to it. Thank you. Well, here's a possible. Example of exactly what you're talking about. We'll see how close we host Yaas cours probably will that he's he's probably next on tap. Y'all. News reports that one Ohio father has parents across the internet divided after video of his ten year old daughters punishment for bullying went viral on Facebook. Matt Cox dad of four in Ohio. He decided to teach his lesson. Yes. So basically, she got suspended from riding the bus for a second time as a result of bullying. Another kid cons decided he should even and she's kind of they interview her and Parton, she's kind of she seems like she may have been bullied and says she is, but she was bowling another kid. And and she said you need to take to school for the next however long because I can't get on the bus. He said absolutely not he decided he wasn't going to give into that request. So instead he'd make her walk the five miles to school in thirty six degree weather while following closely behind her in the car, here's a clip of the video he made while driving behind her. The whole thing's two minutes. But here's just a short Hyler. Paid for Uber. Swept in school. A lot of children today. Feel that. The things their parents do for them is a right and not a privilege. Such as parents taking their children to school in the morning. Or even bus rides to school in the morning. So he's just going for miles an hour and he's traveling sixty feet behind her on a country road. She's just walking. Beautiful daughter is going to walk five miles to school. Hold on posit. Is he getting shit for this? Yes. I mean, some people are going well done this the, you know, that's that's what we miss some people are going. How dare you? And then there's a subset all you Posey's. They're saying how dare you. Go ahead curious what you think about this because I think there's some credence to this. People are going great find you did it. That's good parenting. We agree. Why is it on the internet to congratulate yourself and further humiliate your ten this time? Yeah. I I hear you with that that a lot. I agree with that part of it. The part where she's being suspended for bullying people on a bus, then leaves either she doesn't have to the boss. She takes v. I mean, you driver school or she doesn't go to school. Neither went both are upgrades from taking the bus through. So this is a very appropriate punishment. But yes, it does not need to be put on the internet. And they're getting it from both sides on all social media. I mean Tyron that you're putting her on the internet and bullying her, and blah, blah, blah. So I mean, yeah. Nobody's happy..
"matt cox" Discussed on KGO 810
"Visit Walt Disney dot org and taking a look outside. We should see clear skies fog near the bay. And then temperatures down into the thirties and forties tomorrow earlier sunshine around the bay area with temperatures in the low sixties. This is the chip Franklin show on K G O eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com. Join the conversation at eight hundred eighty eight ten now chip Giorgio eight ten. All right. The spending Matt Cox, Ohio. Hi, I'm chip that's Nikki this is cagey over down here. A man has a ten year old daughter. Matt posted a video of his ten year old daughter, put it on Facebook more than three hundred and forty thousand people have shared it. It's been viewed fifteen million times. Now, that's not what was on the video Matt had his ten year old daughter punished because she was bullying for the second time on a bus other kids. Matt didn't like that. And I wouldn't either my kid was a bully would really drive me crazy. So he said he was going to punish her. So said since she can't ride the bus. He would have to drive her. But he said, no what here's what you're gonna do. It's thirty six degrees outside the weather's clear. You're a walk five miles and thirty six degree weather. And everybody watched this video almost to a person. I went on looked at it. They all agree with the punishment. So there were a few people saying school the child abuse. But I'll tell you. I see. And.
"matt cox" Discussed on WTVN
"Is your dressed for it? You can help. So I I mean, I'm not totally against that. He did it. I'm not sure about posting to social media many. I feel like he was shaming there were shaming going on when he posted. Why couldn't you just kept himself? Why do we have to show the world every single moment that were exposed to on social media? Why we're not when we're punishing our kids. Why do we feel like we need to show that? So I am of the opinion. I don't I know it's gotten all these us. But I don't think he should have posted it on Facebook. So you're more of it's ok that you did it, but don't share it. I think what he wanted was just set an example, maybe for other parents, look if I can do this you can do that sort of thing. So then I went because I actually wanted him to call up this show. I wanted to have him on on the air. But I think he's getting so much attention that he obviously cannot read all the comments because we did go to his Facebook page and it says Hello America. And he addresses all the questions and concerns from you the American citizens who questioned his act, so we're curious. Committee is going to give you a little update from this page. We wanna know what you think though. Eight to one WTVN six one four eight two one WTVN or six one four eight two one nine eight eight six was this guy right to post this video was he right to have his daughter walked to school five miles after she got in trouble for bullying. What's your opinion? We want to know what you want. What you think about this one too? So this is his name was Matt Cox, and we're not friends on Facebook. You can still get on his pages public. Okay. Yeah. He's public. And it says, hey, America exclamation point. Exclamation point. Exclamation point. And it says I have been trying to read and reply to as many messages and comments about the video that I posted as much as I have time for, but there's no way then I can get to everybody. But then he went on to basically. Stand behind what he did. He said M I bully for making my daughter walked to school know me holding my child accountable accountable for her actions and giving her punishment. Does not mean, I'm a bully. But he goes through an answers all the questions that people on social media have reached out to him because you have to know this once you put something out there. It's out there and everybody can comment on it. Whether they agree with you or not like, Al and Al we appreciate our differences. We liked the fact that you called up us and had a difference of opinion because that's the name that should be America is really have to be able to, you know, have a difference of opinion. So Terry's on the line with us, Terry. What do you think about this story? I mean, it was the guy right to do. It was he right to post it on social media. What do you think? I don't know if I would have posted on social media. But I think you did the right thing. Would you have done the same thing you kids, Terry? Well, yeah. I mean when I was a kid. Okay. The world school this photo and a cold everything else. Hello. How far was the wall? Was it five miles or more? Probably amount of half. Okay. I was gonna say uphill both ways Terry. But that's just about that. So I think kind of with you. So you would have done it. But you don't know if you would have posted it because why why why might you not have posted after you did it. What's your feeling on that problem? Thank you. It's no one's business. It's their business. It's their family's business. I just can't imagine punishing my kids and putting it on Facebook. I mean, don't get me wrong..
"matt cox" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You had a ten year old girl who was forced to walk five miles to school this week. After she got kicked off of a bus for bullying. This is out of Ohio. It's it's not national news. And it shouldn't be. This was a fifth grade girl in Ohio. Her dad was disciplining her. Now, the only reason that this is getting public attention is because her dad decided to put it all on video and posted on Facebook. And Matt Walsh's point. And I concur is perfectly fine to discipline your kids, but you don't need to film it and put it on Facebook, right? The dad Matt Cox, he drove behind his daughter. Andy filmed her as she trudged along slowly. Andy actually narrated the event for the sake of everybody watching the video has since again, according to Matt Walsh in daily wire dot com videos, garnered about fifteen million views on Facebook. Now much of the reactions Ben positive people generally congratulating Cox on his wonderful parenting. Disciplining hurt his kids. I agree with Matt Walsh in daily wire. I see nothing wrong with the punishment. Your child is kicked off of a bus for bullying. Yeah. I see nothing wrong with making your child walk to school even walking four or five miles. I see nothing wrong with it. It's good again to discipline. Your kids. I wish that we had more parents in America today. Who would in fact discipline their kids? Now again, I need to add that the fifth grade girl year old girl, walked five miles. It was cold freezing temperatures. But again, his call he drove behind her. It's it's not my decision. It's not your decision. Got no problem with any of that. Here's my problem. Why do you have to film it? Why do that why put it on Facebook? Why does this father whose disciplining his child? Why does he feel like he needs fifteen million views on Facebook to somehow be? Justified in what he did or to get our approval. I think that's messed up. I think that's a bad. Sign of the times that we live in. You got a dad disciplining his child making her walk to school in the cold fine. Good. But then you put it up on Facebook, you film it and you put up on Facebook, not fine bad. This is like a parent who's looking for attention. Not everything these days needs to be on social media. Matt.
"matt cox" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You had a ten year old girl who was forced to walk five miles to school this week. After she got kicked off of a bus for bullying. This is out of Ohio. It's it's not national news. And it shouldn't be. This was a fifth grade girl in Ohio. Her dad was disciplining her. Now, the only reason that this is getting public attention is because her dad decided to put it all on video and posted on Facebook. And Matt Walsh is point. And I concur is it's perfectly fine. The discipline your kids, but you don't need to film it and put it on Facebook, right? The dad Matt Cox, he drove behind his daughter. Andy filmed her as she trudged along slowly. Andy actually narrated the event for the sake of everybody watching the video has since again, according to Matt Walsh in daily wire dot com, the videos garnered about fifteen million views on Facebook. Now much of the reactions been positive people generally congratulating Cox on his wonderful parenting. Disciplining her his kids. I agree with Matt Walsh daily wire. I see nothing wrong with the punishment. Your child is kicked off of a bus for bullying. Yeah. I see nothing wrong with making your child walk to school even walking four or five miles. I see nothing wrong with it. It's good again to discipline. Your kids. I wish that we had more parents in America today. Who would in fact discipline their kids? Now again, I need to add that the the fifth grade girls ten-year-old girl, walked five miles. It was cold freezing temperatures. But again, his call. He drove behind her. It's it's not my decision. It's not your decision. Got no problem with any of that. Here's my problem. Why do you have to film it? Why do that why put it on Facebook? Why does this father whose disciplining his child? Why why does he feel like he needs fifteen million views on Facebook to somehow be? Justified in what he did or to get our approval. I think that's messed up. I think that's a bad. Sign of the times that we live in. You got gotta dad disciplining his child making her walk to school in the cold fine. Good. But then you put it up on Facebook, you film it and you put it up on Facebook, not fine bad. This is like a parent who's looking for attention. Not everything these days needs to be on social media. Matt.
"matt cox" Discussed on WTVN
"In theaters this week in one thousand nine hundred four the movie marked the first major starring role for Murphy who went on to become one of the top grossing actors in Hollywood, the movie spawned two sequels in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and nineteen Ninety-four. That's your look back at this week in history. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? Sandy west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Starting back in one thousand nine hundred sixty five where the who released their debut studio album my generation in the UK in the United States. It was released by Decca records as the who sings my generation in April of sixty six to the different cover and a slightly altered track listing this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the Rolling Stones recorded Brown sugar at muscle shoals studios. The single went onto a UK and US number one. The song was written by Mick Jagger with Marsha hunt. In mind hunt was Jagger secret girlfriend and mother of his first child this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six a giant forty foot inflatable pig could be seen floating above London after breaking free from its moorings. The pig nicknamed algae was being photographed for the forthcoming Pink Floyd animals album cover the civil aviation authority. If warning to all pilots that a flying pig was on. On the loose in the pig. Eventually crashed into a barn in Kent where the farmer complained of his cows being scared by the incident this week in one thousand nine hundred one at a show in Hartford. Connecticut ACDC is prohibited from firing their cannons during for those about to rock we salute you as police enforcement ordinance banning stage weapon rates and this week in nineteen ninety three on the billboard hot one hundred the number one song was Meatloaf. I do anything for love. But I won't do that. And the world is still wondering what that is. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. This is the city where danger lurks. On new creature walks among us. Causing fear mayhem and injury. Be back. Children. Look out for the dreaded digital deadwalkers. They're not looking out for you with faces Krista against their little handheld devices. They put all good citizens in harm's way, a pal pardon. You. Digital deadwalkers are multiplying until their behavior patterns can be modified the American Academy of orthopedic surgeons warns all innocent people to stay alert better yet to step up and speak out. Hey, dude, I'm walking here. Oh, sorry. I didn't see you. A public service message from the American Academy of orthopedic surgeons who want to keep everyone. Well connected with healthy bones reports at the top and thirty minutes past breaking news at once. Newsradio six ten WTVN back to the Mark blazer show and Dimitrius Stanley in the studio we're talking about this Ohio father, Matt Cox, he posted a video on Facebook Monday showed his daughter walk into school..
"matt cox" Discussed on WTVN
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"matt cox" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"For the people. But you want me to for those who wanted me to continue to get the people. People who did it. No. Carey lucky you lock. Okay. That's yes. Yes. It is scary lucky at carry lucky that luck complained. Eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Lots going on locks to get to. I know that it was time for the Golden Globes. And they've got to be honest with you. I don't care. Yeah. You care about. Not new I'm gonna just you know, I think at one point in my life I cared. And then I would watch it. And then it'd be like, wow. It's the Golden Globes, and you got to watch it. Yeah. And then it turns out some of the people with the Golden Globes. You want them to win the Academy Award. It was all old thing. I used to care about pop culture at one point, but don't really as much anymore. And the big story about the Golden Globes is how diverse it is or something what I thought it was just about who did a really good job acting or directing or doing movies, and whatever. But no turns out who did a really good job who's not white. If you're not white and you're suddenly diverse. Okay. Why is it? The white people aren't at all included in this diversity. Well, me just say what it is. We just say what it is. It's a other than white did, really. Well this year. Just be honest. Okay. They're not going to be honest. So we're going to little bit late. I'm going to start with that. Let's let's start with a story off the beaten path. I gotta tell you something. Mr. let her in your money to be honest. But you're stepping your. Oh my gosh. Wow. Do. No, you really didn't know did. I not say that you used after game up. Yeah. Did I not in your game up? I think is a compliment. Why do you always take offense? What a manifold you're such a manifold that is a manifest. So I mean, really good topic tonight. I think this is an interesting one, I think this is going to spark some debate is going to spark some interest. It's gonna make people say that's really bad or that's really good give you the story of the data Bohio. This is a very interesting one me because this day and age you're not supposed to discipline. But also in this day and age we're supposed to all be anti bully. Right. So what do you do if your kid goes against what we're supposed to be again? Go ahead. This is Ramar website W dot com and Ohio father who made us ten year old daughter walk five miles to school as punishment for bullying. Another student on the bus as stirred up controversy among parents online on Monday. Matt Cox swan Ohio shared video of him inside his vehicle trailing behind his ten year old daughter. The reason she's walking to school in the frigid temps because she had been kicked off the bus for the second time after bullying. Another student Cox told us viewers, he wouldn't be driving her to school, and that she would have to face the consequences of our actions should have to walk the five miles to recall during her three days suspension and thirty-six degree weather as punishment. Let me make this extremely clear. Bullying is unacceptable. Especially in my household. Cox told viewers the Facebook video I know a lot of your parents are not going to agree with this. But that's all right because I'm doing what I feel is right? My daughter a lesson and stop her from bullying said Cox, bullying is unacceptable. A lot of children today filled things or parents do for them as a right and not a privilege such as parents taking their kids to school in the morning or even. The bus rides to school in the morning. All of that is a privilege and should be treated as such. So today. My beautiful daughter is going to walk five miles to school in thirty six degree weather because this was his daughter's second offense Cox says it needed to never happen again. This is my small way of trying to stop it. My household Cox said there's some the punishment by Cox seemed overly harsh with one comment or wearing the ten year olds health after walking five miles in the cold over many others applauded the Ohio dad's style of parenting with parents of bullies and those who've been bullied both thanking him for the lessons. He was trying to teach his daughter updating the description Cox that his daughter survived the five mile walk to school and a he believed she learned her lesson. I bet she did after all four creative punishments. Do we know how cold the temperatures work? Thirty six. So it's thirty six degrees little above freezing. I'm guessing she was bundled up. Just fine. There's a picture of it here jacket looks like I mean, well, let me ask you this. Did you get frostbite was she taken to the hospital afterwards because she almost died. Here's here's where I'm going to put it. Those who are against his punishment will almost guarantee you are those who would align with the left social Justice warriors. And so on. They wanna find him to be somehow an abusive or bad parent. But what he did was he gave her a punishment for being a bully on the school bus. So you act out on the school bus your bullying people in the school bus. You're going to be taken off the school bus. And why the hell should you be written to school in a car? No, walk your ash. The school is five miles too long to make a ten year old walk. No. And. When I was. Like, she, you know. Hey, okay. We'll go to school walk you, fi- miles. And then I'll see you later right now. He he was running that she was fine. She was safe. He was blocking any traffic from anywhere near. I started playing baseball when I was eight years old. And when you play baseball you have to run around the field, many many times you'd be a practice for two or three hours. And that was you know, from the time I was eight until I was a senior in high school playing baseball loses high school, and it's not too much to ask somebody to walk five miles. Now, it's my hope that she learns a lesson. I would never like to walk that five miles again. Therefore, I'm going to make sure I behave that makes sense to me. So I wonder is it's a simple question is this an appropriate punishment. Is it an extreme punishment? What should the punishment of Ben? If you don't think this was the right one. You know, we always hear this in this day and age as well don't tell me how to raise my kids will if you're doing it badly. I'm going to tell you that you're doing badly. I don't think he's doing badly. I think he reacted to something that he is wholeheartedly against. And I support the guy in this. This is a was a non harmful non damaging her life wasn't at risk punishment. This was this was a proper punishment. Because on the other end, you could also have made her where were those board signs that says I was bullying people on the school bus, and I shouldn't have done it. I'm stupid or something you could wear a sign, and and all this public shaming. Lisa. How do you find the right balance? What is the right punishment for your kid whose bullying somebody on the bus sensitivity training, a kiss my ass? Make it bother them. Make it something. They never want to do again. And trust me that'll be more effective than this other psychological crap that a lot of people try to put out there. Let me open up the phone lines. It's eight eight eight nine four one pags eight eight eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. Your thoughts on this. When we come back there raider..
"matt cox" Discussed on WDRC
"The internet to hell with them fears LARs Larson, welcome back to the LARs Larson show. It's a pleasure to be with you. I'm glad to take your phone calls and your emails on what I like to call conspiracy theory, Thursday night, lots to talk about and I'll start with our Twitter poll, we put up a brand new question every night and tonight, kind of a fun one outside of the usual realm of politics and business and all that would you make your kid walk to school? If he or she is kicked off the school bus for bullying. One Ohio father did his name is Matt Cox. I don't know the man, but he posted a viral video. That's now been seen hundreds of thousands of times I would expect that probably in the near future heading up to the Christmas holidays. It'll probably be seen millions of times. Here's what. Happened. His ten year old daughter comes home and says dad, I've been kicked off the school bus for the second time. And the reason is bullying that is she was bullying other kids on the bus. So they finally kicked her off a second time. And she said dad, you're going to have to drive me to school. And he said, no, I'm gonna teach you a lesson. And instead she had to walk five miles to school. Now, dad was following along behind her in either his pickup, truck or SUV, and he made a video while he was doing it. He said you see that he didn't show her face. But you could see you're walking down the road. Thirty six degrees outside in Ohio. And he says it's cold, and it's five miles to school actually have an awful lot of kids walk to school. Like a lot of us use to you might not have the kind of, you know, the kind of problem with obesity, and that sort of thing that you have today. But in this case, he was teaching his daughter number one riding the school bus to school is not a right? It's a privilege, and you can lose the privilege when you've lost. Two times. And you go to dear old dad and say dad, you're going to have to drive into school. Dan, says no you're going to walk to school. So that you understand that a ride from dad is also a privilege, not a right? He decided to teach your lesson. He said, I realized that she viewed the privilege of riding the bus or car rides to and from school as a right, not a privilege. He made her walk to school, and then posted a video on his Facebook saying life lessons, you can find that whole story and the video posted it LARs Larson dot com along with a Twitter poll question, we post that on our website and also on Twitter at LARs Larson show. Would you make your kid walk to school? If she's kicked off the school bus for bullying. Tonight's Twitter poll is brought to you by amac. The association of mature American citizens. Amac has the conservative values. I believe in..
"matt cox" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Car right now. And you can get out you could walk homeboy. Sometimes you think to yourself. Give me just a minute to plot my route 'cause I got to think through. Space time distance in space, and and an amount of time is hard to process when you're a kid, right? But I can remember my mother saying that and thinking to myself man, I'd rather be outside and inside the scar. At now, but I don't think that's the answer. She was looking for. And I don't think it was worn to improve the conditions inside the car for me to suggest that I'd just as soon get out of the car stop. I will stop this. Call right now, and you could get out walk. Boy. Matt Cox said in a Facebook post. That is ten year old daughter was suspended from the school bus last Friday. Now, let me tell you something you're about to hear a story of parenting because what would most parents today do when they find out? That their child has been being a punk. Let's not use the term bullying being a punk on the school bus bringing shame on the family's. Good name. What would most parents today do March up to the school and say, you don't say that my child was bullying, right? I'm all sue or call the cops. But this is a dad who saw that his daughter was not behaving in the manner that he was teaching her to behave. This child is going to go up is going to grow up well because of this because most parents in today's world would have blamed the school the school bus driver. The parents of the other kids. He knew his daughter was being a little punk. So since it was the second time she'd gotten into trouble on the bus when the young girl told her father that he would have to drive her to school for an entire week. Which is probably a great inconvenience for his job. All I ask you. You don't have to work just get up. Go to the bus go to school. You got it easy at this point in your life. You can't even do that. You got kicked off the school bus? So he had his daughter walked to school. He drove slowly behind her and he recorded her walking recorded it on his cell phone. It's posted.
"matt cox" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In Ohio. When an Ohio dad, Matt Cox of Swanton, Ohio found out that his ten year old daughter cursing had been kicked off the school bus twice for bullying. Another student. As a result. Matt Cox would have to drive his ten year old daughter to school five miles each way. That's a bummer. Miles is far. It's a long drive stall of like, eight minutes. Nine minutes. So instead he decided he would teach his daughter or lesson. He said, well, he made a video and in the video it shows him forcing his daughter all of age ten Kirsten Cox. To walk five miles to school. Abuse abuse. John supposed to people every turn every corner. People magazine, the BBC European governments are condemning this abuse of this little girl. Walk to school five miles each way with dad comfortably in a heated car driving right behind. Yeah. Well, I would walk five hundred miles, and I would walk five hundred more. But he will migrate remind Greg. How you doing? Okay. So so he followed her while she walked he wanted to teach her a lesson about the value of things, we got this. Right. Here's some sound of this man escorting his daughter from the confines of a warm vehicle while she walked five miles to school. I don't know if it was up hill both ways Glenn a little background into this video. That's.
"matt cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now at number thirteen the twenty five year old tells billboard. There's not much I'm afraid of anymore. Matt piper CBS news nominees for the Golden Globe awards were announced this morning. And again, there's a conspicuous lack of diversity among the picks in one major category. No women were nominated for best director of emotion picture only. Five women have been nominated for the best director award. The only winner Barbara Streisand for Yehiel in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. A movie star speaks out about being black in Hollywood being a black woman in Hollywood. Viola Davis says it's not that different from standing in for Linda Blair in. The exorcist demons aren't gargoyles. They're not men with pointy noses and ears there. Other people's desires for your life. People who don't see you people who stereotype Davis accepting leadership award from the Hollywood reporter, you have the water yourself down in order to meet the standards of the community is in charge, which is not mine the help and fences star is one of the few black actors to win an Oscar and EMMY and Tony Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news and Ohio father's video of his daughter walking to school has become a viral message about school bullying. Matt Cox wanted to teach his ten year old daughter a lesson after she was suspended for a second time from riding the school bus after bullying another student when she told her dad he was going to have to drive. Her to and from school this week. He told her no you can walk. It's almost a mile each way, here's need to hold.
"matt cox" Discussed on KTRH
"And our news time now seven oh, eight Houston Rockets in Utah to meet the jazz tonight. The team is one game under five hundred after losing the first game in their three city road trip. Coverage starts at eight thirty on KTAR h the tip off at nine thirty. I'm sheriff Rier Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Now back to Jimmy Verizon sheriff Friday Houston's morning news. All right. Here's the story. We're going to pop up on her Houston morning news blog page, KTAR dot com. Because I like this story. It's it's it's a very debatable story have to debate this this afternoon. I keep your seeing father no frustrated that his ten year old daughter was bowling kids on the school bus. She got born once she did it again. And she got kicked off the bus. So she figured the dad's just going to give her a ride to school in factory demanded a ride to school. You're gonna have to give me a ride to school dead. He said, no, Honey, I don't think so second time you've done. This you need to learn a lesson. You're gonna walk to school five miles five miles. And she did. And we've got the video her trudging along late. I'm assuming she left really early because I'm guessing he probably do monitored me laid either. Well, he followed her Denise videos. Yeah. P made sure that everything was safe in all that that's going on. But but give this dead credit. So many parents now that just capitulate to their kids and wouldn't dream of enforcing the message. I can almost assure you that Matt Cox is the father involved taught his daughter very valuable lesson. And I'm going to guess that she was reinstated on that school bus. She won't be bullying anymore kids. I think she'll learn her lesson. Her father's disappointment in her. That's right. And you know, for a lot of kids, I think. If you're brought up with little discipline. You kind of learned especially if you respect your parents to the last thing, you wanna do is disappoint them. I think that's true of most most most children that are brought up with some rules and regulations. And I remember the one thing my father would always say to me that would always get me is I'm so disappointed in you. I'd rather I'd rather get I'd rather get a beating that have them say that. So congratulations to Matt Cox. Dana h when people would probably say that's child abuse maker what the school five miles. Good for you for standing up for little discipline seven ten time for traffic and weather as.
"matt cox" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Hundred fifty thousand bitcoins at the time value almost half a billion dollars now a lot more still the biggest theft of bitcoins in history bound cox discovered two hundred thousand almost half well actually it's a quarter of those bitcoins but it's been frozen ever since in the bankruptcy ruling they finally got a court four years later say you know what unfreezes at least you can repay people and the good news is because bitcoin gone up so much in value since then many people who have lost money and bitcoin we'll get the amount cox will get their money back so if you did lose money in that matt cox failure please seek redress there's there will be a claim filing process you'll have to somehow prove this is going to be the hard thing yeah that you had that bitcoin there and they'll solve this might be a while before or you get your money but at least there's some hope that that's gotta hurt you know you lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in imaginary money yeah even more when it's imaginary i have i have i have a lot i had one hundred thirty thousand imaginary money because i forgot my password and i have seven bitcoin sitting in wallet i'm looking at it but i can't get into it a bit komo's twenty grand that really hurt now why was that not in a password manager good question i asked myself that over and over again like why didn't i put this put everything else in last pass i was using last pets and when i realize i probably used a password that i thought oh this is a standard i don't have to remember this okay right so it's probably written on a piece of paper that's been frozen it's a freezer somewhere you gotta unfreeze it and then you'll have that password bang what i was thinking my son centrists on crazies what do you think of this guy's got explain this to me a new ibm robot held a debate with a human and i think one at least it did all right right all right project debater made his public debut in san francisco this week it's squared off against noah ovada who is no slouch the twenty sixteen israeli debate champion and then against another israeli debater danza freer it turned out to be a formidable opponent scanning the hundreds of millions of newspaper and journal articles in its memory to quickly synthesize an argument on a topic in a position it was assigned on the spot that's what happens in forensics right you you don't get to choose your position you don't get to.
"matt cox" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"This you guys are wrong matthew he'll say link i'll send you i'll take the draft you rock read you got it right back again met okay wow okay here's an easy one let's go to twitter at big smooth twenty two my parents told me i'm barbecuing memorial day weekend what kind of meat do you recommend and how much seasoning is too much seasoning okay depends on meat hamburgers lightly seasoned not a lot of stuff in this little salt pepper and chop meat done you wanna add onion people like people don't like onion you're doing ribs you wanna marinate the ribs and night before put him in the refrigerator let them like getting married in that sauce overnight and then of course get into sauce you want that sauce to get an immediate well you wanted to get both ways and then you want hotdogs because people like hotdogs even though i don't eat hotdogs anymore now that i know everything that's horrible in them but at the end of the day you got old reliable of all that stuff you just what what you've been playing drops you've been what happened to you today what happen what happened hashtag del tufo keep going next okay wow next okay matt cox twenty six what should i name my next son mike don he likes michigan golf on the new jersey devils oh i'm gonna get devils fan but i hate michigan let me think about this i got it go ahead rich you could help me out i'll phone a friend.
"matt cox" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Wow there you go boat you back from australia that must been quiet pole has sat on i thought i king and last but not lease matt cox hey thank you why don't you tell us a little bit about way from so fool the last two years i've been leading in science and innovation for nationwide and surprisingly most of that now is focused on what we can do for the opportunities michael making just like the frontex offensively my background prior to that has been all things retailer digital say going right back to internet banking my banking digital payments pretty much anything that's happened in a space of at something to do with seven michael speights and i've banking is is a gift well hokke so we've got people involved in the implementation of it we've got large industry players we've got you think tank we've got everyone we need so we've got an international audience we need to catch some people and bring some people up to speed with where we are off if you're going to explain opened banking psd to the implementation entity and all these crazy acronyms to someone who does know what's going on like what he eastall gavin the first thing to do is to writing the clock by two dot so we've probe companies that have been involved and payments and then tiger gatien which were the two new two artifacts of offer opened banking if you like they've been operating in starting in the us since late 90s first of all we had the bikes adult we before the frontex on then we had from the minorities a number of frontex start to adopt and utilize this and now we wearing the clock for worked note whereas in the us market there are tens of millions of people using the transactional data sets that we get through open banking.
"matt cox" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Of the nation sense essentially listening ross is racist drops massive morning radio was coming two ross full set breakfast saw will we'll sources only britain six when it's pounced on its wednesday that oath that relied coming up in the final forms at breakfast on tilt lady was made glossiest of eight the prime minister theresa may ordered a public inquiry into the nhs contaminated blood scandal late seventies into the ages has claimed at least two thousand four hundred lives so for one thousand two hundred people believe in in terms of the infected in the terminally ill earlier we from andy evans exit in fact with hiv and hepatitis c at the age of just five it's the story under which emotions breakdown language rights though he told me how it affected him as a child was the problem buck always been told renault about twelve put on by one lawyer the calling him hospital was coming into clinic anymore they were when all of your home because when i finally learned i regret by what was happening you can imagine the import but that would help only and that literally developing age the age of just sixteen but after the core of agenda hillsbrough and the chilcott inquiry the ongoing child sex abuse inquiry undercover police inquiry and the glenn for quarry starting this chaos and confusion you trust any of them of yours when criminal offenses in the blood scandal which should fall under the auspices of a criminal investigation at the farms of the suggestion that there's been widespread kabra that there's didn't courtship occasion changing of documents people being misled and these two factors really the two food into the because the police said why do they take so long what they treated as criminal investigations so have we lost faith in public enquiries has the public lost faith in public enquiries asking that question out in the streets today is that road reporter matt cox morning whole the blood scandal was disasterous eight killed just under two and a half thousands of people since the '70s and '80s its controversial it's tragic on it's a very big issue for the government easy to quit to handle it and more importantly do people think they can i'm asking you this morning what you've lost faith in public enquiries give me a columnist with you'll fill plays out three four four former norman thousands eight.