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Correa, Gordon power Twins past Royals 3-2 for series sweep
"Homers by Carlos Correa and Nick Gordon provided enough offense for the twins to complete a three game sweep of the royals three to two Correa smacked a solo shot in the first inning and Gordon added a two run blast in the second winning pitcher Trevor McGill through the first of 5 scoreless sittings by 5 twins relievers The sweep comes after Minnesota's two and 9 tailspin the twins pulled within four games of the AL central leading guardians The royals had only three base runners over their last 21 batters the offensive drought followed a solo Homer by Salvador Perez leading off the fourth I'm Dave ferry
Wright wins 17th; Riley, Acuña homer as Braves edge Rockies
"Pitching in the long ball gave the Atlanta Braves a three to two win over Colorado and snapped a three game braves losing streak It was Kyle Wright on the mound who dazzled rockies hitters over 7 picking up his major league leading 17th win of the season I'm just trying to do to do my job the best that I can And for me it's find a way to pitch deep in the game and save the bullpen a little bit And ultimately give us a chance to win Austin Riley had a two run home run in the first and Ronald Acuna had a solo shot in the 5th Gary McGill Atlanta
Feeble much of night, Braves erupt for 8-1 win over Ohtani
"A pair of home runs in the 7th inning helped break a scoreless tie leading the Atlanta Braves to an 8 to one win over the Los Angeles angels Mad Olson drove into with his 18th home run of the season then Orlando arcia connected on a three run shot Brave starting pitcher Charlie Morton gave up just two hits over 6 innings I kept the guys in no case by and then you know they did a heck of a job to get to a really good picture Angels a starter Shohei Ohtani went 6 and a third giving up 6 runs and striking out 11 Gary McGill's
Pride parades march on with new urgency across US
"Pride parades took place around the country Sunday amid new fears about the erosion of freedoms one through decades of activism In New York City pride organizers moved Planned Parenthood and the girl scouts to the front of their march after the Supreme Court overturned roe co organizer Sue doster Women's rights are LGBTQ rights Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson says this is the future of the fight We have an opportunity right now to build an entirely new multi generational multi inclusive multi ethnic multiracial beautiful moment around freedom that I think is going to be the future actor and activist Cynthia Nixon also marched They came for abortion today They're coming for same sex marriage and contraception tomorrow I'm Julie Walker at the New York City pride march
Canha, Plummer help Mets to 5-4 comeback win over Brewers
"The Met scratched out a run in the bottom of the 8th and beat Milwaukee 5 to four to take two of the three game series The mets climbed back from a three run deficit tying it in the 5th on a market Canada to run Homer Edwin Diaz picked up his 13 save but not before Milwaukee's hunter renfrow tried to score the tying run from first base on a double but was thrown out at the plate on a nice relay throw from Pete Alonso Both starters Aaron ashby have Milwaukee and the Met's tile on McGill left the game with forearm and shoulder injuries Mike mancuso New
Nimmo, Canha each drive in 3 runs as Mets defeat Angels 7-3
"The mets avoided their first three game skid of the season as Brandon nimmo and Mark Cana led them to a 7 three win over the angels Nimmo was in a three for 25 skid before providing a solo Homer and a two run double It was a good night for the top of the lineup and for the lineup as a whole you know we were able to put up some runs and keep the pressure on them and not really let them come back Can it also had two hits and three RBIs for the NL east leaders David Peterson got the win by working two and two thirds innings in relief of Tyler McGill Jonathan Diaz was a loser Brendan marsh had three hits and the first multi Homer game of his career for the angels who have dropped 15 of 16 I'm Dave
Inflation surged 8.6% over the last year — fastest since 1981
"Americans are facing the worst inflation in more than 40 years Consumer prices jumped 8.6% in May from a year ago the worst reading since late 1981 I understand Americans are anxious Visiting the port of Los Angeles President Biden says the U.S. is in a strong position to overcome high inflation and his administrations doing all it can to fight high prices but nothing's worked so far The cost of grocery surged nearly 12% last month from a year earlier the biggest increase since 1979 triple-A says gas prices are up nearly 50% in a year and now averaging nearly $5 a gallon nationwide while the president blames both the pandemic and Russia's Ukraine invasion California driver Quentin McGill blames Washington Come
Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2
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"mcgill" Discussed on WBUR
"Peter McGill with that exclusive BBC Africa I report on black axe Emergency teams in 6 American states are continuing to search for survivors after a series of tornadoes on Friday night The twisters were some of the most powerful in U.S. history one traveled a record 365 kilometers destroying everything in its path The head of the American disaster agency fema has blamed climate change and says these kind of events are going to become the new normal We'll hear from a survivor in the worst hit town of Mayfield in Kentucky in a moment but first this report from our correspondent there no mere igba Walking into Mayfield is like entering a disaster movie There is simply hardly much of the town left There are construction vehicles here at the moment trying to dig through the rubble and see what they can salvage but so many of the homes are now flattened buried in heaps of their own debris I was outside one house where you could see toys and shoes and an unfinished Christmas card lying amongst the twisted metal sheeting and the shredded trees vehicles have been wrecked and overturned blown across the streets windows and roofs have been blown off buildings that are still standing like one of the main churches I'm just walking through It was about a hundred years old But in ten seconds most of it has gone Ten seconds that's how long one of the residents here described to me the length of the tornado She said it was just so quick And in this church the pews are still intact the hymn books are still in their brackets but that's pretty much it When you go to the front of the church you can see the organ has been exposed the pipes are all hanging out There's just nothing really left here And this church actually gave cover to a few people that night on Friday they managed to escape to safety There is no water There's no electricity in this town due to downed power lines And the army had been brought in to guard the entry to the candle factory where a huge rescue operation is still underway No.
Abortion, guns, religion top a big Supreme Court term
"The future of abortion rights is in the hands of a conservative Supreme Court that begins a new term Monday that fight was brought to the steps of the Supreme Court Saturday by thousands marching for abortion rights not just in Washington but across the country in December the justices will hear arguments in Mississippi's bid to enforce a ban on most abortions after fifteen weeks it's a case meant to challenge the landmark roe versus Wade decision that established a woman's right to an abortion at the rally Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson said the consequences are dire we know from falls twenty six states will move to ban abortion appointments by former president trump strength in the high court's conservative majority going into the abortion decisions I'm Julie Walker
Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
"With abortion online nationwide protests drew thousands to Washington and other cities on Saturday to demand continued access at a time when conservative lawmakers and judges have put it in jeopardy in Cleveland they chanted save row in reference to the landmark Supreme Court case which made abortion legal in Washington they cheered for Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson told the crowd this year nearly six hundred restrictions have been introduced in forty seven states no matter where you are this site is at your doorstep right now at the New York rally governor hopeful recounted how her own mother fought for abortion rights and she's been in the same fight her whole life I'm sick and tired of having to fight over abortion rights and settled in the nation at an unrelated event in Maine Republican senator Susan Collins said she's working with two Democrats and another Republican to make roe versus Wade the law of the land I'm Julie Walker
Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy
"Strikes me that the left in america has fallen in love with with with victimhood. And that they they don't like celebrating sometimes because it almost implies within we haven't suffered enough we want you to focus on are suffering as though something's gained by that you're saying that's not how people learn. It's not a good thing but you see that narrative surely in in american life in the latter part of the the twentieth century just kind of took over and people they wanna wallow they wanna be victims. They wanna remind you of how much they've suffered because it gives them some kind of perverse status. Well that may be true of some people. But you know what i saw. When i was teaching at harvard actually was something quite different. knowle's troubling but very different people didn't wanna fight and what surprised me most about harvard and all the twenty one years that i taught there i became involved in faculty meetings as i had never been before when i was at mcgill and And i saw that there was. They refused to let. Rotc the reserve officer training corps. That had always been at the basis of higher education. There was always training of the best and the brightest young people during precisely the age when you have to go into the arm right. That's the hr so with their. The there was for for forty years forty years right. The faculty of harvard kept rossi off the campus. They did everything. They kept changing the rationale for keeping it on campus so as not to allowed on campus. What is that about what they were actually saying to. These kids is forgive me but this is the way i understood it. America is not worth defending. Of course that's exactly what they're saying. It's worse than that. They were saying that. America is bad. And they're saying that. Any kind of militarism or i should say any kind of self-defence is militarism is a step away from the quagmire of vietnam and chest thumping Jingoism i mean. That's where the left has been for a long time. It breaks my heart but this is all through the culture. Obviously just places like harvard.
"mcgill" Discussed on Moscova Media Podcast
"Oh i mean it's it's so personal. It's so personal. Every reading is even when i'm doing group reading. They are always personal. Everyone who needs to be in that face is an and these like see that these it. And so i think it's more about like continually seeing how impactful they can be docked in like coolest or best part. Oh yeah that makes sense right i just. I just read tarot for virtual. Burning man Some burning man. You know the big gathering in the desert every summer I was actually scouted by another woman. Emily mcgill who lives in vancouver and was part of the digital burning and she got me involved. And i read tarot for four days for two hours tonight And they're like it all burning man and it was amazing. I got to read for people all over the world there and australian woman and in nesia. There was a woman in denmark. There were several people in the uk. There was Somebody in la somebody else. I think like san francisco and like i'm sitting in new york and she's sitting in vancouver and it was just so cool to get to connect with people all over the world so i think the other part two is like the community part of it you start. Finding people are interested or curious right and you guys all come on board on the same accords or whatnot on earlier. About like how to learn you're asking about like the sorry you shuffling a little bit. I do have hard with me But it's it's there is some memorization but its last legs sitting down memorizing book and more about using your intuition to understand what the cars are saying to you and oftentimes when you find a deck that really resonates with us. It will have imagery that allows you to easily understand the meaning of each card. So you look at it and you can see this picture and it makes you feel a certain way makes you think a certain things right like you will have an immediate reaction to it and a response to it And so we kind of like dive into that as we're doing everything.
"mcgill" Discussed on Moscova Media Podcast
"And amazon studios to be peaked. Talent agencies interest internet startups nonprofits. String quote sets plus mel shippers. Yes she also works with. A male strippers So that's all the different people that she has worked with as you could see. That's pretty expensive. Definitely be sure to check out. Snob in the pink tank the links are in the actual bio or Description of the episode below. So scroll down to that or go to block. Talk and check out that link or anywhere. I soon spotify. They all should be everywhere and be sure to Check out those websites so that you can Be more a tune with miss. Emily mcgill. who is actually live on the line. Hey emily how you doing. I'm good how are you today. Pretty good pretty good. Can't complain where are you calling from. I am calling you from manhattan about a block and a half times square. So right in the sick of it cool. Wow wow how dealing with the recent hurricane over there. I was very fortunate. I was very very very fortunate that i was not affected personally and even my friends in basement apartments were affected. Either not at all or minimally so. We were very very fortunate in comparison especially in comparison to so many other people who lost everything and or their lives. So yeah it was It was a big storm and now you know once again we start rebuilding. Yeah luckily over here. As well we live in good areas where For the most part my friends and family were not affected by the roads. Were so messed up for a couple of days A lot of talking in central jersey. Yeah so you have like tornadoes and stuff yeah. Tornado warnings But i i luckily do any so again. Let's leave the universe Spirit us Yet also made us aware of the strength and power That water is no joke When it wants to go somewhere it goes. Water can have so many beautiful creative properties and it can have incredibly destructive properties the same europe definitely. The universe works that way..
"mcgill" Discussed on Moscova Media Podcast
"We are definitely looking to expand in countries all over so sat out to our listeners. where we are gaining more traction in india as well as other places shout outs all are great listeners and the great company doing most of our marketing and in digital acquisition as far as getting us more attraction and awareness. Oh shout out to e you guys at school to enterprise was i have is also work asked so i would like to again. Thank all the amazing and super perla. Sieve achievers that i call my listeners For without you we wouldn't be here definitely call in. Be sure to tell me in the comments on social media who who you would like to see me interview next Definitely a couple of great Episode as we build up over here We are process that we actually recently got spines sues astronaut. So this show is now astro as far as Working directly with back after we are thankful for that Because that's always been a goal of mine be in stag now. I created an actual Entity that will allow me to do the work. That's that actually recognize it. So i am very very thankful for that As far as other work that we're doing we are expanding the company and services so we will be able to reach more people That is one thing that we're always about. As far as they spending our network so we have joined worn. So that we can be more flicking around the globe For example we joined the network in spain. But of course you can find us. All over apple podcasts. Lupaka spider by as well as block talk radio. The big mama jama block talk radio giving us the okay to spread the word and use their platform blackhawks. Radio has been around for a long number of years now and their technology and how they allow people to do. Podcast is amazing. The top notch systems out here People can call in and everything so shots block radio for allowing us use their platform. Thank you so much really appreciate it. A lot of Mazing us going on Apparently the us lost the war. Canada stan so we are not in afghanistan chris anymore. People are being evacuated. And that is they good. Look as far as now we can focus on maybe some other domestic issues. We'll see But i how The us now secondly lost the war to iraq. But that's okay I just wish that a lot of my friends have. Ps p The from astronaut fighting in that war. So they've come home with that now. Dealing that.
Megill's 10 Ks Lead Mets Over Reeling, Bumbling Yanks 10-3
"The Mets to game one of the subway series with the ten to three win over the Yankees who have dropped seven straight hello McGill earned the win the rookie tossed seven innings allowing two runs with ten strikeouts trailing two to one the third aided by sloppy defense the Mets scored five times highlighted by a bases loaded drag bunt by Jeff McNeil and James McCann RBI double against loser Jordan Montgomery who walk three in the inning hobby Baez had three hits with two RBIs Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo homered for the Yankees might make use of New York
Brinson's 1st-Inning Grand Slam Helps Marlins Beat Mets 6-3
"The Marlins had dropped four in a row before Lewis Brinson belted a first inning grand slam off Tyler McGill sparking Miami six three win over the Mets looking for here yeah I guess I asked well I did my homework on any didn't really want to miss that fastball you know just hung on one case Miguel Rojas had two hits and scored twice as the Marlins cut new York's division lead to two and a half games over the Phils he says was sort of pitched five innings and limited New York to three runs and four hits in his Marlins debut Dylan Floro worked out of a bases loaded jam in the eighth and finished the game for his third save Pete Alonso smacked his twenty fourth Homer of the season for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays
"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie
Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2
"Alonzo laced a two run double off all star Brandon would rest in the seventh inning to push the Mets pastor brewers for two E. three ball excellent today I mean it's just a waiting game we're able to put together a lot of championship babies together and we came out on top but for the for the first six innings I mean what he was yeah I mean he had some really good stuff what if entered the seventh with a one hitter before the Mets won a match up of NL division leaders Michael Conforto provided an RBI single and dom Smith had a sacrifice fly from New York Edwin Diaz pitched out of trouble in the ninth retiring three straight which you want after giving up an RBI single to Tyrone Taylor your starter Tyler McGill gave up a run and two hits over five innings including a Homer by Omar in a vise I'm the ferry
McCann, Lindor Come Through, Mets Rally Past Braves 4–3
"The nets put together a four run seventh to rally past the Braves for three Charlie Morton had thrown twenty into thirds consecutive scoreless innings before James McCann tied it with a three run Homer you're always going to look back over the course of the season and see different points that are they're turning points whether they're good or the bad so hopefully the same thing today is a rallying point that we can no take into the all star break in and beyond Francisco Lindor hit a tiebreaking RBI single off loser AJ Minter Ozzie Albies hit a three run Homer off New York starter Tyler McGill drew Smith earned the win after facing five batters in the sixth the NL east leading Mets won for just the sixth time in fifteen games to stay three games ahead of the nationals I'm the ferry
"mcgill" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"There's nothing there that i know of. But it's the gives you an example. You identify people by their characteristics and then you look at that in relation to this outcome whatever it may be in you can choose whatever it may be so this is not science but it is astute. Well i shouldn't say it's not. It's not experimental science. Let's put it that way it's an attempt to looking at the world to draw associations between some attribute of people and the likelihood that they're gonna to end up with a particular disease or condition trial. We're on the other hand is entirely a different proposition. So in a trial we Recruit people who meet a certain set of criteria. That you can make it any way you want. But a person's either eligible or not if they're eligible you can enroll them in the trial if they're willing And then the experiment is that you then. Randomly typically randomly assign Certain portion of the trial population to an intervention. A medicine A prescribed set of educational experiences. You can An exercise regimen. You you can use different kinds of interventions and now you're looking at a contrast between people who were assigned to that intervention versus those who were not or those who were assigned perhaps to a different intervention and now we're looking for again differences in their Outcome so you you might want you might want to set up a simple trial. This help people with a pneumonia. But we know the answer to that so it wouldn't be an appropriate thing to do is get in this day and age. But you could take a repeal who had pneumonia and you're gonna give half of them penicillin and half of them. Something else and you would show very distinctly. That people got penicillin work yard in the ones who were did not. Were too much for much much more poorly so said that the analysis that be do either Study is all post hog It's really the date of observing what's going on. And then they do some analysis. I guess one one not But one issue is that When we get lot of data we can always point relationships in those days there but that doesn't really mean causation rate. That's exactly right Association does not mean causation. If there is causation you'll see on association But the same does not hold in rivers at clinical trials Is a hypothesis study design. Randomized people going into cohorts but we cannot really clinical trials. I i guess so. Maybe long-running issues like alzheimer's. It's really difficult to do. Clinical trial right very much. So and that's One of the points that we address in this little editorial that you're speaking of which by the way has not yet been published by. I think it will be before too much longer. So we now know that. Alzheimer's dementia for example is a condition that evolves In people over a period of decades probably many decades And there are.
"mcgill" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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The Pandemics Ending Here. And Almost Nowhere Else.
"Rowling's. This is the big story dr yet. Tina banerjee is an assistant professor at mcgill university and the school of population and global health. She's an expert in global and public health equity as well as social justice. Hello dr benedict hydrated. Thanks for having me on this show. Oh you're so welcome. Thank you for your expertise today. Do you want to start maybe Giving us perspective. I think from outside. Canada from an equity point of view on when we worry about our vaccine wrote in canada. How are we doing compared to everyone else so as canadians. We need to be very grateful that more than fifty percent of our population has received the first fox nation. And that is extremely high when you compare it to low middle income countries if you are living in high income countries such as canada the likelihood is that you have already got your cove in nineteen vaccine or will soon get one sadly this is not the reality for millions of people living in several low and middle income countries more than half a billion vaccine doses have been administered so far guess what three quarters of them have been used by the world's richest countries which means that only zero point one percent of covid nineteen vaccine does have been administered in low income countries. And at this rate in might take many years for low middle income countries to reach a high level vaccine coverage
When Healthcare Gets Politicized
"One of the most galling things that we've seen over the last year how in some states politicians have exploited this moment to try to further restrict access to the reproductive healthcare that every woman in our country should have access to. Can you talk a bit about how you responded to that as an organization but also how you've supported your providers in your patients for whom this isn't just political rhetoric. It's it has deeply personal. Covert gave us a real peek behind the curtain. To why a world without row would look like we saw at the beginning of the pandemic politicians across the country particularly those hostile to sexual reproductive health. Were using the pandemic as a cover to limit access to abortion and what we saw was not people not seeking access to abortion and sexual reproductive healthcare. We saw people in fact getting in their cars and driving fifteen hours from texas to colorado. Because they were seeking. They needed to live full and free lives. We know that without row. Roughly twenty five million women are going to be in states with respect ends might not have access and so the work that we've had to do as an organization with our partners has had to think about what is the infrastructure. Look like how do we support the travel hoped you. We support through telehealth. Where will the fights be. Move into our contentious state legislative season to ensure that the majority of people who support access to sexual and Healthcare aren't thwarted by a vocal
"mcgill" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"mcgill" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Trying to take is that I want my buyers turning up to a property pre-prepared so that they can buy the property either without having seen it or they can literally say the property and make a decision then and there. Yes, we like it. I mean, why do they need to call back? Like I've given them all the information they need before turning up dead. Hit that saves me a lot of time in follow-up. It's like do you like it? Does it say yes know you've got the contract there if you want to buy it buy it and then I'll manage it for you to yeah, absolutely, you know speaking of removing barriers and things I noticed when I was looking at your bio and stuff on your website, I notice you've got a chatbot. Yes, we do help popular has that been our had a couple of interesting conversations? We get a transcript from every chat though. Usually the opening line is are you a real person? Yeah, they are real people but that's working. Well at it just bounces people's questions and helps them navigate the site very quickly because for some people sometimes it can take a while to find what they're looking for. But we've tried to simplify our website so it is easy, but sometimes it's just not obvious for everyone. Yeah, absolutely. So if I'm sitting here, I'm got a few service problems that I've had a couple of bad reviews and I'm sitting here listening to Mike McGill talking about customer service wage. Wondering where I should start. What advice would you give me spend time with people? It's as simple as that spend time with people giving the time that they need and help them achieve what they want. It's not about what the agent wants about what they want. So yeah, really just sit down and get to know them and how you can help address their problems. That's probably the simplest thing. Yeah. We just we just try and do the right thing whatever and it's really simple. I don't really think about it too much to be honest..
"mcgill" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"mcgill" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"To me. my guest today Jen Jennifer. McGill, she began her career as a mousketeers cast member on the Disney Channel's new Mickey Mouse Club wasn't exactly the kind of programming that I was tuned into in the nineties. So I'm forgive me for my ignorance on this kind of stuff and my kids were on were older than the mouse Mickey Mouse Club. So I don't really ever remember watching that program but she she now a motivational speaker recording artist, songwriter, worship leader writer, vocal producer, and performance goat with over thirty years experience in in front of audiences around the world she's work with some of the biggest names in show business collaborated with people that you would know always names if I mentioned them, they're just such a long list. I'm not going to bother doing it but one of them that sticks out in May's name dining clerking who I actually went to grammar school. and No from he's one of the most talented people I ever saw. One of the first people I ever looked at as a natural musician just gifted from birth Jennifer as we released a full length pop inspirational album called unbreakable in two, thousand, seventeen she's an executive coach for. G artist development, as well as the president of PC online Jennifer. Lifelong goal is to encourage all generations to live with their chew with true excellence and Purpose, and we're delighted to have her on, please open your ears, open your minds and welcome in Jacksonville and if a welcome to the mind duct TV podcast. Thank you so much. Very cool. Very cool setup here. I love what you're doing. Thank you. So I just gotTa start with tiny mcclarkin. Do you remember working with him? Well, do you know him well? Well I don't know him well, but I remember very clearly working with him. We were on one of the sets from TBN's praise praise the phones and it was a really special episode because a Lotta, the cast members of the Holy Land Experience from Orlando Florida, some of the musical and dramatic ministers were assisting Donnie mcclarkin and Michael W Smith in a presentation. So we were all with them, singing backup and one of the joys of my life I. Hope I hold onto this through old age if I get there. Is when Donte McClure can just came up alongside Michael W Smith when he was playing a friend's a friend forever. It just started singing together and all of us from the nineties growing up with all those youth group moments just went. It was just it was beautiful in Donnie McClure can started that song it was really really cool. So. I enjoyed singing backups with them that Dame's my first memory of of having a musician as I said who I thought. Wow this guy he's just a natural. He was born to be a musician was him. It was like in junior high school I. Walked into the Music Room and he was sitting at a piano, not looking at his hands at all and just playing magic and I was like nobody's our ages that good and he was singing and was like nobody Ra's can say like that well, with this guy always looked like he just loved what he was doing. was just full of joy every time every time we worked. Yeah. He had a twin brother Ronald, Ron Ronny and donny. I don't know what what Ronald Path wasn't life, but I always assumed that they would both be be star some data just a unusual. So you started as a mascot here I. I remember the Mickey Mouse Club I was ready to with. That and that. And that kind of. Twitter as well I worked with a net and Bobby and Donnie and Sharon and Cheryl. Really they were part of the nineties. Rendition of it, they came over to say, Hi for a special reunion episode. So we ask. With them and I also got to with Bobby and Sherry. Cheryl Cheryl Cheryl. Cheryl. At the EPA Disneyland. Presentation, for President Reagan. We got to the forest got to sing and dance together on the stage. So I did I really got to work. Alongside those amazing original mousketeers and I gotTa, tell you that's part of why my work ethic is so strong now because I got to watch them when I was about twelve Wa work alongside. Yeah. Well Yeah. It's great to see in just learned from people like that. I read somewhere in your bio and and I'm GONNA misquoted but I'm just trying to get to the idea here you say you were or whoever wrote you buy on lesser was you but Says you were A. Girl who fell through the cracks? What does that mean? Oh? Yes. So in my experience I can only speak from what I have experienced. I was raised in a very, very healthy church where we were well educated I knew Bible verses I knew the names of people in the Bible. I knew how to bow my head and pray I knew alder routines but somehow I couldn't connect with I would say, God the father or Jesus the Savior I didn't quite understand how to personally connect. and. I would say it's fair to say that that is a journey for everyone to experience differently and I was a late bloomer in that emotional understanding of what my spirituality. Could do for me in my life and how it could change my perspective and so I trained up right. But I had to make the choice myself as an adult as I got older I had to figure it out and make make that choice myself and when I when I went through some hard times and I started. Ignoring. So I would say the spiritual aspects or maybe that advice or those those good things that I could've. Woven more into my choices when I started trying to do everything by myself that's when it became the worst like just all my choices landed very poorly in my life. So I push the reset button around the age of thirty and I decided to go back to my roots but. Really adulting with God's adulting with with that mentality and That's where everything changed. That's where everything I did was for good and for a wonderful purpose, you know I, it's curious for me because I guess because you will probably not even in the Mickey Mouse Club at the time that I went through this thing I was an engineer for NRA mastering engineer for records when time when I was just kind of. On this cusp of Christian music and pop music and taking a lot of heat for. Crossing the line and doing what was considered a pop album and instead and secular album instead of sticking to a Christian roots and it was. It was kind of an ugly thing where people you know. It was almost frowned upon like how dare you do that music but you I've seen you listed as a pop inspirational music musician and I've seen you listed as a Christian musician Is there still that kind of backlash of people who are like? Die Hard traditionalist and kind of thing just short answer is yes. And that's why for me, because I was blessed with having an independent label and being an independent artist, I was able to just go for pop inspirational because my goal was to reach as many of my current fans as I could. And they are of different faiths and so I did not want to my goal in life is not to confine God into a box to confine the text of the Bible into a box. My goal is to have a living breathing relationship with those words as well as with my creator, but also to show that power and love and grace through a lot of different I would say face I won't people to understand why I do what? I.
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"At six Madison McGill here's what's trending this hour thousands of protesters gathered at the Indiana statehouse for a sit in against racial injustice on Saturday one speaker said they were not there to tear the city up they said if anyone was there to cause destruction to get out shooting and killing someone is supposed to be a last resort for police received reports that policy has been made clear for Indianapolis metro police officers Indy mayor Joe Hogsett leaders and other advocates pointed to a California standard for using deadly force as a national best practice standards as killing someone is acceptable only if there are no other options Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news a plane crash not long after it took off from Florida Friday afternoon and it was on its way to Indiana at all five people were killed I'm John Herrick those people are all part of the same family and they were on their way to a funeral police say they were headed for Newcastle when the plane crashed in a forest and burst into flames about fifty miles southeast of Atlanta Georgia the FAA is trying to determine the cause of the crash John Herrick ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile news I noticed in the gale on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. N. W. I. B. C. dot com now your four counts from the American standard cooling weather center mostly clear and comfortable throughout the night tonight we'll see lows fall to sixty on Sunday of sunshine.
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"The phone line hi Alyssa how are you doing today where are you okay we're doing good we're doing good so are you doing the virtual dating during quarantine hi Adam McGill inspired me I'm glad how has been going for you he also from jail and one of my special tutors I zero one and and I said well okay I'm trying to I'm a little awkward on the phone anyway well well I don't have time with people and this is a stranger so I was pretty nervous about it sure but there are pros and cons and I created a little bit of a let okay let's do the pros and cons of the virtual dating world go right ahead it just so you know a list a list don't go well on a radio show yeah three artless yeah so you read into this list a little bit but in a very comedic fashion security okay for online poker pro you don't really have to worry about what you're wearing now you're probably still it don't know much more about real right I have to figure out the whole outfit on a real date I think the guys are just you know the guys would prefer no pants at all just so you know it's not a war you think it's actually a preference thing for most of the men probably go yeah his virtual dates yeah well I'll keep that noted okay you also don't have to worry about you know like nothing now but if you have a perfumer something new year if you don't have to worry about if they're gonna like it or not right right right right yeah yeah save money and how you drink more than potential your credit on your first date because you're driving home I don't know okay driving okay here's why let me let me throw something in there that's potentially a problem for you when you drink or eat you urinate more you're not wearing pants so when you stand up you have to hand in admissions are gone it when you're drinking more so again you're not wearing pants what is the border you have learned a lot from jail haven't you at least he's not gonna smell that urine soaked couch cushion is sitting on a we told you let's go really well and a time gill brings a list of this so it goes really well never got the good throws Alyssa good prose okay.
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"But I found it I am finally started season six man two different timelines going on are you confused I'm very I love it though I'm not I'm not so confused that I'm lost interesting to see the first time line of the alternate two thousand four thousand four yeah and the current timeline of two thousand seven how they're going side by side and how they will how a man man here we go so you just can't wait to get done with that I can't show her can't Hey after years of searching printed by found my hat okay look at this if you're watching on video I've always wanted it's a newsboy okay and everybody says well big deal flat cap eight PM flight cap you can get those anywhere no modern hats are not right okay this is the the hat that average Ulysses McGill Ulysses ever McGill yeah I would say who makes me bonafide bona fide bona fide bonafide funny fight these leaders of their lots of room lots of sloppiness on there in the and I like the smell of my hair treatment and I think there are ways that for ever and that is very frivolous awesome yeah anything else hate will really quickly yes we can we found for the fifty four hour film fest uhhuh and hopefully here in the next couple weeks I'll be able to publicly share that that little short film is only five minutes Michael you got to see it is we both laughed delightful yes it it then that's how it's meant to be I can't wait till you can share that with everybody Brenda what's coming up on finding Christ in.
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"Addison McGill on cops behaving badly what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jaw putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy found a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I PS officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer than trying to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the boys we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October interest in mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only chief in the hot seat in February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kirk Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to his sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars in pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names some may know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bush marker nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer that is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and show them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found back thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail on for the nineteen in nineteen only modest kill.
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"Addison McGill on cops behaving badly in India what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jock putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy filed a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I. P. S. officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer then tried to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the boys we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October Andersen mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only team in the hot seat in February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kurt Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to a sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars in pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names so I know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bush wiper nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer back is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and show them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found backs thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail for the nineteen ninety nine Madison kill.
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"Eighteen Addison McGill on cops behaving badly what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jaw putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy filed a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I PS officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer than trying to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the voice we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October interest in mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only team in the hot seat and February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kurt Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to his sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars and pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names some may know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bushwhacker nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer back is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and choked them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found backs thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail on for the nineteen ninety nine that is looking.
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"C. McGill Gonzalez was escorting a man out of the kids in Europe when the man shot him twenty five year old Gonzalez died at the hospital the sure the remains on the loose a man is dead after an apparent drowning in Volusia county the identified Edgewater resident was pulled from the water yesterday afternoon in new Smyrna beach off south Atlantic Avenue was taken to hospital was pronounced dead on arrival beach safety ocean rescue says the man was swimming about a mile from the closest life guard tower an inspector general Michael Horowitz is off is expected to release its long awaited report today on whether the FBI conducted a legal surveillance over a former trump campaign able long awaited IG report will cover what president trump and his allies contend with the F. B. I. improperly spying on trump's campaign reports from folks familiar with a draft of the report say that Horowitz is expected to offer sharp criticism of the F. B. I. but may also concluded the bureau was justified in launching its to your inquiry and the trump campaigns possible ties to Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election might power NBC news radio so forty two one Orlando's news at noon we give the weather and traffic X. minutes of course is unseasonably warm to start your week here in Orlando gonna be over eighty degrees in a lot of places will tell you what if it's going to do that for the rest of the week channel nine Eyewitness News meteorologist rusty McRae he's got the five day forecast what you by U. S. heating and air conditioning here's your five day forecast and friends we got a warm start to the week here across central Florida but he is sunshine on this Monday up to eighty three for the daytime high shorts a short sleeve for the afternoon hours tonight mostly clear skies little fog as possible tomorrow morning the load out of just sixty four today today's hot tomorrow afternoon near record heat up to eighty six degrees on your.