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"mcknight" Discussed on Things Above
"Then in the nineties. A church evangelism started coming of age in a publicity that people started seeing their name newspapers on magazine's then in washington. Dc and this publicity fame. really got a lot of energy for evangelical listen and they started measuring evangelical is always measured success by evangelism numbers. So attendance is a big issue and we started measuring churches. That were good but by how many people they had and i. I still have this with my students. They'll meet her past. How big is your church rhino The question should be. How deep are the christians in your. Yes how do. I know how many is a good number for your church so i think we start. We got into what would be successful. And here's where i'm going. Is that the role models of success. Were getting their goods too much from the business world of strategies that worked and no. I'm looking to bill eyeballs. I did not know about rick warren. As time that he was one of them Andy stanley came along a little bit later. But they're all building in the same model and there's a lot of discussion about how how things work and their best Methods and suddenly a Concerned about what people look like. And what they look like on the stage and Appearance and reputation and the next thing you know were no longer measuring seal logical soundness or depth of character but how many people are the church and how the people are saying. I mean weren't on and on and it has intoxicated the church and it is coming back to haunt the jerseys days. I don't know what's going to happen but it sure looks like it's a mess to me times. Yeah yeah well back to that. Saint augustine quote about the lion. Here's here's a here's a here's a phrase of absolute truth from page to fifteen in the book. The church is not a business. It isn't producing a product and it doesn't gauge success based on measurable.
"mcknight" Discussed on Things Above
"Is of tolls people. The good and beautiful tolls. Life is a life that looks like jesus and that is rooted in character and when we are transformed in character to told people we do told sings that was scott mcknight and this is the things above podcast. Well today's guests for things about conversation. These dr scott mcknight scott.
"mcknight" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Us and sign up to follow. Follow along to find out where you can testify in the state hearings. We testified in main monday. I was actually on vacation in new orleans at the time in testified for my hotel room wearing underwear But i sure of course and it hearing was great Eric break us. I know you've had on your show before. His greatness defied he was dynamic. You know the guy didn't wear the uniform but nobody speaks more clear about the enumerated powers in the war. Power making been hurt break. He's he's he's just sharp sharp individual. I in fact at your debate with him was one of my one of the few things on on the on youtube. I've saved in Earmarked on my show that comes in my office so good thanks joy. You bet in so that that's defend the guard in. We're hoping next year to be in fifty states all fifty states. We're gonna pass it somewhere and once it passes in one. It's gonna be like dominoes. Falling everyone just kind of waiting to not be the first state and i know we challenge texas to be. I beat be be the one And and we thought we had a really good shot there but the you know the military industrial complex raised there. We had and they came and did what they do. One one more quick story about the guard we had twenty one sponsors or cosponsors in wyoming including a senator and a representative who were both gonna be running against jaime in the primaries for her congressional seat. We had a libertarian I think one of the only libertarians elected in the entire country. Marshall birds was the sponsor democrat. Andy clifford a native american woman. Who has a husband and a son and a brother who had served and republican Ocean andrews very liberty minded Ron paul republican for the primary sponsors. We have twenty one cosponsors including members of leadership from the republican party. And we couldn't get the house speaker of the house even assign it to a committee because the night before is supposed to go to committee. The general invited all twenty one cosponsors the adjutant general for the wyoming guard invited them all out to the base for private tour to show them all the good that the national guard dozens cr shiny tanks shiny airplanes are shoddy helicopters and the bill died in. So we know we're on the right path here. We know we're in the right direction. I would got some great endorsements daniel ellsberg excuse me who was the The the pentagon papers whistleblower he's endorsed the bill General monson who is the most highly decorated vietnam veteran. He's endorsed the bill. We've got fantastic article on our website. You can find written by our communications director hundred renzo nine hundred well. Tastic article about a datsun in his endorsement of defend the guard We had a recent op. Ed responsible statecraft that a lot of attention that was picked up by zero hedge and stark realities brian. She wrote a fantastic article about fin the guard and pbs. Newshour come into idaho this week to do a one hour special about defend the guard and so it's starting to get traction. We know the good legislation takes time. We're not gonna pass the time around. It takes momentum it takes a movement at takes grassroots. So anybody that's interested. I've encouraged to defend the guard dot. Us sign up to be a part of the grassroots army. And we're gonna take it to the states where you can walk into the capitol building and talk to your neighbor. Who's also your representative and make him answer to why we're still fighting. This of why we're sending our teachers are tradesmen are mechanics. Are doctors are police officers from our communities off to go fight in mozambique and the horn of africa and in niger and all these other places around the world with national guard has no responsibility or permission whatsoever. yeah absolutely. it's a great plan of action. And i would really encourage because i know there are people who listen to the show who are Antiwar combat vets. This is your home. You know go join up with these guys because this is really incredible. What they're doing and as you mentioned one of the things that's so beautiful about it is like it has equal appeal to the left and right. It's not a politically divisive issue at all. In fact it's really one that any good leftist or good right wing are should be able to really get on board with obviously. There's a long tradition of being anti war on the left and the the bill is a purely constitutional measure so any right winger has something right there for them. This is just enforcing the constitution. I mean that's that's the the spirit of the whole thing is like. It's not even saying you can't use the national guard in a war just that you have to follow the constitution and congress has to declare a war. I also i'll make sure to put in the show notes of this episode the video of the speech that you mentioned that Pat how do you say his last name again. Pat mcgeehan that that speech he gave was just incredible. Like one of the most incredible things i've ever seen. I highly recommend everybody. Go watch it. It was it was just amazing. And i think one of the real strengths of this movement that that you just mentioned was that even when it fails if it does fail. It's still it almost forces you to deal with it. You know it forces you to see okay. Look who was on this side and look who came out against it and look at the forces that it took in order to push this thing here you have actual combat vets. Who have been through this. Were telling you that this is what you know that. This is what they stand for. And then you have the liz cheney's of the world who are kinda come in and try to break this up and even when it fails there's real value. It fails politically. They're still real value in people seeing mess and as you mentioned all it takes. Is it passing in one state and this is going to have. This is going to have a huge huge impact. Socrates but way but like to talk about the the philosophers of our of the past but socrates was brought before the senate put on trial right is put on trial because he didn't recognize the.
"mcknight" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"It was about finishing daddy's mission. I curse scott. I didn't know him at the time. And i got home and i wrote him an email and i'm like you sound a bit. She wrote my honeymoon. It kind of started a friendship In in in so the more you read it in the more veterans actually loved that book. Because we're able to kind of reconciler feelings about why we were. We were there. It didn't quite make sense as you read. fool's errand reconciling those feelings. A little bit for us and It you're right. He's very much. In the ron paul mindset. And he i think a lot of his learnings come from ron paul and know god we were lucky to have that man. Yeah well by the way. There's a copy of fool's errand over here somewhere right behind me. I love full zahren. I've given out dozens of copies of this book. I highly recommend it to everyone. I would not suggest. Bring it on your honeymoon and reading it hundred. That would not be where i would say. There's a great place to really dive into your honeymoon. But however however you get there you get there alright. So let's talk a little bit more specifically about defend the guard which you You mentioned earlier and you mentioned attacking the states. So what is this movement all about. And and what's the plan of action here in a nutshell. the bill. it's very clean. Bill is less than a page. It just simply states that the national guard of which is has been that is the state militia. The state militia is the national guard. There one in the same. The national guard cannot be released into federal active duty titled ten orders for overseas combat unless congress. I declared war pretty simple very clean. Bill is supported by the constitution article. One section eight clause fifteen militia clause constitution. It says the national guard can be called into federal service to repel an invasion to put down an insurrection. To enforce the laws of the union a declaration of war becomes the law of the union. That's the legal. Justification for sending citizen soldiers often to combat would come from absent that there's no legal justification for the national guard to be fighting in mozambique or in the horn of africa or in afghanistan iraq yemen or syria. And so that's that's the bill it's very clean very simple very sound and it's neither left nor right. It's not a political bill in fact the texas Gop state party platform actually. Has this in their party. Platform the aclu of west virginia has written a brilliant piece endorsing supporting it so that we have the most republican republican parties texas and the aclu which is traditionally left of both supporting the same piece of legislation. And we've taken it. It started in west virginia with state delegate patent again who has air force in intelligence officer and now he serving the west virginia legislature. He's tried this bill five or six years and has run into all kinds of resistance including the general showing up in his dress uniform with all his ribbons and medals. jack nicholas. Nicholson off of a few good men showing up at the capitol building to lobby against it. It made it out of committee last year and tied fifty to fifty on the house floor in house. Recess draft for covid This year we're in thirty one. St so it'd be gone from one in west virginia to thirty one states. We just had killer hearing in texas and you can find entire hearing on one of our websites which defend the guard dot. Us you can find the entire hearing regan here myself. you can. Scott horton testify You can hear diego rivera. Who is a combat infantryman. He testifies about the pain of losing two of his brothers Louis laura from texas testifies up brian. Sharpe you'd hear all the testimony. Ten veterans and antiwar activist testified in favor of the bill. Not a single person opposed it and right now. It looks like it's about to die in committee because if it doesn't come out today or tomorrow from committee it won't make it to the house floor in time in idaho we've Pushed the bill. We have to go through. What's called a print hearing like an introduction hearing. The committee voted in favor of the bill. But the chairman didn't like it. He killed it. It was a voice vote and he misinterpreted is interpreted the voice vote. Instead it failed in gaveled out of session in wyoming a list janey last year on this bill. She called her or her staff. Called members of the veterans affairs committee told him if they pass this bill that she would personally see to it that to c. One thirty aircraft were stripped from their state and set to another state. Didn't have this bill. We've had general testify against me and representative aaron l. Word in south dakota in got up and just told both faced lies about losing missions in funding and and people were going to die if we pass the bill So we know we're on the right track if if the military industrial complex is fighting this hard. And liz cheney the air the air profiteer are the rest of the war profiteer. Fortune in the merchant of death is willing to fight this hard against we know on the right path and so thirty one states. And we're about to see it. Come forward and florida while where anthony sabatini and nonni beller pushing it. We think we have a good shot there. So that's defend the guard defend the guard dot. Us the website. You can see all kinds of awesome information there. You can even go there or bring our troops home dot..
"mcknight" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Pay all right. Let's get back into the show one of the things that's really Sick about the the current warfare state is that it does it it. it's a magnet for some of our youngest bravest men who would be willing to risk their life to defend the bill of rights. You know at a really noble thing in its purest form the most noble perhaps And what it turns into our these these wars that don't need to be fought that have nothing to do with our national security and that frankly are huge. Honeypot that that big businesses are making billions and billions of dollars off of and. It's hard to imagine that that type of money. I mean when you're talking about the hundreds of billions of dollars. The defense department is spending every year that that type of money is not having a significant influence in in the continuation of these wars. One hundred percent and you talked about the able bodied men that that join in probably willing to pay that but sacrifice. I've got a my shoulder. Backyard at three time magazine covers. That came out probably a year and a half ago. And as i saw at the grocery store i came right home and ordered a full led by seventeen of it because i wanted to never forget what i saw it celebrating. Three young marines. That were graduating from combat a school of infantry in the marine corps. And we're headed off to afghanistan to fight in a war that started before they were born and I keep that right there on my shelf It to look at every single day to remember why. When i come in here. Why why. I do what i do. I do this full-time for for nothing for peanuts. I own a company on the side that that pays my bills. But i do this fulltime And that's wise. Because there are able bodied americans that are willing to make that sacrifice and when we raise our hand and swear that oath i ignite you solemnly swear to uphold defend the constitution united states. I think the military is probably the one branch of service that actually truly believes that even if the officers in the diplomats and the politicians know that they are gonna pull the wool over. Is we believe that when we take that oath. I've taken six times through my reimbursements in my different branches of service and if we're willing to defend that constitution all we ask is that if if you're gonna send us off to do that to defend the bill of rights in the constitution united states than honor. The constitution declare war. Don't just send us off to go fight. Some are do proper decoration. Ron paul at the beginning of iraq. War in two thousand and to the biggest anti war manager probably serving congress in generations. He said we're gonna do this. The right way and he. He was sat on the senate committee on foreign relations and art the formula yet. And he's he's submitted a declaration of war resolution and he said if we're going to go to iraq we need a declaration of war before we go and he goes. I'm gonna. I'm gonna put forward this resolution proper declaration of war but i'm going to vote against it and i'm going to encourage everybody on the street. Vote against it. Because i don't think it's the right way to do it. And henry hyde. Who is the chair of the committee at Chastise him instead. That part of the constitution is obsolete. We just don't do that anymore. I'm sorry my oath was to the entire constitution. The full constitution not to the parts. You want and there's no part of it. That's been excused or dismissed. And so i that was my awakening that ron paul era When i started hearing this crazy man from texas scream at the top of his lungs in beating his chest and stomping his feet and trying to get people to listen to him. That was my awakening. I was george w bush sycophant i. I was my dude. You know when. I was at fort hood training to go to afghanistan. We took a weekend pass and went and found his home in crawford Trying to see if we could just give them to wave at us. You know just to pump us up for into the war. But the ron paul era had just started. I started really paying attention and that was my conversion. But that's where we stand. You know we. We believe in the entire constitution we would ask congress to uphold every portion of that sacred document in in if they don't like that part of the document. We have a mechanism for that amendment. We process it. It's difficult but gamut should be difficult. It should be hard just like it should be hard to take our nation from a state of war to a state of peace. Yeah well it's funny too. Because of all of the parts of the constitution to disregard that is debatably the most important. I mean this was something that all of the founders really put a lot of thought into the idea that the whole thing was built around preventing the consolidation of power that the monarchs in in britain had developed and the idea that the king like figure would have war making powers was a trump. The a a a very Reasonable fear and we see what this has become When when you give the one executive the power to bomb whoever he wants to send troops wherever he wants to there is It's a power that no one individual should have and so yeah it was You know like. I'm i'm know kind of in a similar way like i. I lived in new york I was like a a couple miles from nine eleven from the twin towers on nine eleven. And when george bush came to new york and was like the people who knocked east towers down are going to hear from you. I was like hell. Yeah this this. Texas madman is exactly who we want in there right now. And it's funny. You know years later with ron paul. The contrast between the two of them like they're both from texas they're both republicans but one of them is like you know this guy who just knows everything knows everything about history. He's he's a baby doctor. Who knows more about monetary policy than a professional economist. You know and george. Bush was like a guy who's like my daddy for this board now. We're going to fight this work. I don't need to know anything. I know that. I can drop bombs on these guys and it was like once you saw this kind of thoughtful. Ron paul approach. You're like wow. There's just a lot more wisdom to what this guy is saying Than just this rah rah. Let's go bomb everyone into jeffersonian republics or whatever. The plan was absolutely You know. I i didn't ever bought. I never bought into the to avenge my my daddy's failures iraq. But the more you read a study in the more you read about it the more you know that. That kind of probably was exactly what it was. I was in the dominican republic on my honeymoon Two and a half years ago and a friend of yours. A friend of mine scott. Horton's book it just fools air. And so i guess it was three years ago and i took that book with me on my honeymoon. Not knowing what. I was about to read. And i'm laying on the beach. Umbrella drinks my my brand new wife. And i'm screaming at this book. People around me are looking at me like crazy. And when i realize all the things that that led up to the war in iraq and even half to how it was it there was no real tactical or or military prison for going..
Nick Cannon Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"We know that. Nick cannon tested positive for covid and missed. I believe the first half of the mass singer recording so he will not be hosting the masked singer season five at the start. You will be joining it at some point but he will not be there at the start. Is it surprising that in his stead. They didn't put craig robinson. And they went with dc. Nash right. I mean because that's the thing is that oh well part of the massing family in the universe. Whatever we're calling it. We're gonna yeah. He's right there. We're going to bring him in. It's gonna be you know. The perfect fit the fact familiar with the set familiar with the set up familiar with can from you know what i mean like. There's a level of familiarity that would totally make sense so the fact that they didn't make that decision. Yeah i think is maybe a little bit of the canary in coal about how they feel about his performance. But if i don't know. I mean look let's say let's say it comes back for a season two one. Do you think they would replace him or to do you think they should replace him. No i think ultimately it's something to get used to with craig. I think that. I mean craig clearly is more of a singer than a dancer. He's clearly had moments in last couple of offices where he say he say. I had the time of my life. He saying when everyone was dancing. The last performance dancing so like. He's clearly a better singer. He's not a dancer but also we got to decide. Do we want to host to be doing splits in being able to like you know break dancing. What are we trying. What does the hosts half to be a good dancer. Because i don't think that's the case. So i think ultimately craig will fit in better and better because i also think that you know nick cannon to this for four seasons and i thought he was dog but now i kind of like realizing that. He's actually better than i. Give him credit for after looking at other work. So i don't think that it's over for him and i don't think they're going to go out of their way to get someone new. I think craig has job security. I think so too honestly for all of them give them another shot right like if the orcas willing to give the show and other shot. Yeah give them another shots. Whenever like again. I love craig robinson. So you're not going to get a no from me. Their dog all right. So do you want to talk about now. In order the people who went out from like sixth all the way to. I think that's a good idea. Okay so we'll talk about so super six is we're at if there's any performances that stood out to you can talk about them if there's any comments you have. We can talk about them there. Okay sorry i think my brain just like completely zoned out. Did you say so. We're we're for six or do you want to start at the very very beginning owned. We've talked about everyone on portal super six right so we don't need to relitigate everything from the beginning. I wanna thank you. But i want to look up. Who is eliminated early. Just so i remember. Oh yeah never mind. I know i know. I used to bill mcknight. I my god. I can't like yeah. This cast list like looks that i don't know if it does. I don't know i just. I was a cast than massing. Here's the thing. So masked singer season four happened in the preseason. We got a question of. Do you think it's going to be a bigger celebrity. Cast than before. Because of the pandemic and i said heck yeah. I said it's going be the biggest thing they've ever done. And ultimately that was not to be the case it was definitely a lower calibre was the weakest cast of the four seasons as far as notoriety goes but then you look at mass dancer they nailed it. I don't want to spoil people on placements on anything for the massacre uk. But i will tell you that. Neil was on the masked singer uk. Why can't we get neo on the master. Us that's my. You're so not happy at. They came home sir he was on the messenger. Uk closer to the us. Why was he in the uk. That's my question. I know but this is like a thing in the uk or something like that. There's a reason those whatever. I don't know all right so the thing the thing is though so i'm looking at season four. For example i would say that season four of the masked singer and the mass dancer are probably somewhat on par. Although it's interesting people like brian mcknight and jordin sparks. I would love to have seen on the masked singer and others like a party. That's frustrated that they were on the masked singer or dancer unsmashed singer. But i mean brian mcknight like literally said i wouldn't have done the massingir because everybody would have known who. I was a little bit of a kind of like seal vibes. You know what. I mean. So i i. I respect that decision and jordin sparks. It felt very much like this is a purposeful decision that i'm making to a dance version of the show because i'm sure she was approached for massing or previously so but anyway okay all right. Yeah you wanna go in order so the super six. The hammerhead gets eliminated. Doen't oh what did you think of rapid fire rapid fire. Oh that's when they just hit them with all the questions right back. I don't know twenty seconds or something like that to ask as many questions as possible. I didn't so i just felt like it was a whirlwind and then they would ask something dumb like. Do you miss your family like no. I don't miss my family. what do you. What kind of question is that. It's a waste of a question. If these people are playing twenty questions they would make terrible choices for the first like this. Is your chance to narrow down between the people that an even even even if you ask a question and their responses like a little bit cagey or playful. At least you asked a smart question. Yeah the one about the missing. You're like do you miss your kids know exactly. No one is going to say. Even if they don't miss their kids no one is going to say no. But how does that help you narrow it down does it. Is it because because the thing is is that i can't remember exactly who it was four but i'm pretty sure they knew whether or not the person had kids. Because that's another thing is that maybe you're trying to clarify whether or not they have kids at all fine. But yeah as such as saddam. This should saddam. The only good thing that came out of it was the fact. That when craig robinson when i and then the little fire pyrotechnics off in the back. Also song word up how to song. Rapid fire did not have a song demand that their segment next time has a song rep firm. That's something in the background. But i didn't have any I don't know like pit bull or something. You need the pit bull song. The disney of like a fire song. Ivo feel like all pit bulls songs are about fire. All my god mars. Small bowel bump bump bump bump like rapid fireball. Something like that. I don't
"mcknight" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Start? Yeah. This. Man. Go in hot up. So I didn't mark. We're not going to hear that. Good to see. That I know. It's tough. Guys doing the show man, we got Mark Sanchez in Scotty McKnight in the house what you like that I always like to talk to the mic like this because I'm going to think about where we're going to go with the show you know because there's a lot to unfold with both of you know for the viewers. Your Mark Sanchez. So you're good. With Scotty with Scotty McKnight MEEKS gotta go way back both played at University of Colorado Scotty is a hall of Famer I. Think That's fair to say. Not yet, but that'd be cool. He's hoping I. Don't know if they're ring buff honor is there like? Ring and you're not in it. I'm not in it I'm not. Think you're white receiver I don't think so Although Nelson Spruce. Did come in and break my records few years after who he was a stud. He was really good. You get drafted. He I. Think he went. Here's A. Round undrafted, and then he he played really well in preseason for the rams and he became a fan favourite and then I think he got hurt. He's Kinda bounced around a little bit who Any played xfl xfl, he did really well bonded like thirteen catches. Bummer. That's not fun I play into arena I don't talk about it hey. I DID UTAH. Blaze, shuttle to the blaze no way. Yeah and then. We can get to three hundred pounds. It's like wait what. And House GonNa go home. Now I'm GonNa go home odd. Pounds I'm GonNa go home tonight name choice for a Utah Team. You. Know blazing anything at all. Yeah, right yes. Was the dark days. I brought you guys on because NFL football season kicks off, Thursday correct how cruncher youtube for it finally I mean you're ESPN analyst. So were you worried that the season because a lot of it like if you listen to like clay travis like there's a lot of Amazon football's happening man football can happen and then all the corona bras like no, it's not there's no way impossible off see it's happening now off, see the PAC twelve giant bunch of pussies, ten giant policies but other than that calls football's fully back SEC crushing it. They're going to NFL's back. So were you worried that kind of with with what you do? It's important right Oh. Just me sit around there's nothing or you just you know. talk about hopefully when football comes back and it gets really boring and predicting and why people made certain decisions but for the NFL. One they own a day of the week, right? Sunday is there's out say Monday right kind of to write thirsty. Thursdays. Okay. But for sure Sunday right. Chick-fil-a go to church and you watch football is kind of what happens right? So they approach the situation. How do we play football? We understand what's going on. We understand the risk how do we eliminate risk and how do we play football where the PAC twelve and big ten approach Shit Lake chaos maybe we. Can't. Decide right now though we're not playing like right hold on, you don't have literally. Months, decide you'll have to cancel now. They know we're out SEC wet. Now we're actually day took the NFL stance. On the field to like the commissioner was like we're not playing and then big ten. Football doesn't get any bigger house as like, oh no, we wanNA play just meals. Yeah. Yeah. Justin fields was huge in. Lawrence Activism. Basically. Telling guys like, yeah. We WanNA play, and now if you only have the big twelve, if you only have the SEC and you only have the AC, which now has notre dame to make them a little more legitimate clemson doesn't just roll through hopefully, they play them in the championships, the plan But now there's an Asterik if Ohio is not involved in this college football playoff because they were almost a shoo in for the playoff before the season started and before the big ten can't don't you think they're gonNA feel like. Is. The Big Gentlemen. This is what bothers me is with the PAC twelve. I. Guess just we have too much shit going on here on the West, coast. Nobody cares there's been no fight. Bill. ESI was like, yeah we're fine with it. Well, like no one. I. Think there's a reason but I think the big political. I think if you look at it, the big ten right now is is revisiting if they're going to have a season, maybe they're talking about starting November. The PAC twelve can have a season. The PAC twelve is not revisiting, and if you look at just the landscape of what players were organizing the most and we're the most outspoken, it was the PAC twelve players led by some guys at Stanford and they were demanding I, think, did you read their demands fifty percent TV? Ramon fellas listen if you get. So what they're saying, give me yards you're not going to get one hundred, but if we landed eighty. For the mainland on the stars but usually the demand, right? Well, here's just first of all day I think players should be paid but. What their demands, what to ask for you realize if they gave you fit on the revenue, there would be no other sports. So your sports cover everybody else. So football. Volleyball team she wouldn't have a team to plant basketball team. They're not around I. Think we're headed they're. All Really GonNa Cancel, sports. Not. Sports I think they're going to have to take a hard look at in part of this is based on corona virus. They're going to have to take a hard look at the current landscape and where it's headed because it's GonNa change the players understand their power exactly has given them the time to figure out I think the time but then also it's like you see these universities especially these major universities where it's like, oh no, we'll play two seasons..
Travel to Iowa
"I'd like to welcome to the show Sarah brewers from travel with Sara, dot com, and also mid west travel network, DOT COM and oddly enough we're going to talk about the mid West and specifically serious here to talk to us about Iowa Sarah Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here excellent well and I put out the. Word among my travel blogger brethren and written and I don't think that this thing put a couple of weeks ago and said, I've got three missing states I missing Iowa Nebraska and Hampshire, and at least one person I think it was more than one said if you want Iowa have to talk to Sarah and why is that? Sarah. What's the connection to Iowa? Well I live in Iowa. I have lived here all my life and I live on I will farm I'm married the neighbor boy in two thousand eight I started a blog and it was in two thousand thirteen that I really dove into the travel side of things. But the one thing that I realize is a lot of people didn't know a whole lot about the mid West or my home state of Iowa in. Most people don't realize that I will has beautiful cornfields and soybean fields we have that, but we have a lot of other amazing things and that's why you need to come to Iowa to visit and we're GONNA get into all of those today and I can't wait to share I. Clinical Slices a paradise will normally ask why someone should go I. Think you jumped into that one ahead of time anything else you would add to that I will surprise you I think the art, the culture, the scenic byways will blow you away. You could spend probably one home month exploring Iowa's scenic byways and I think that's pretty darn. Cool excellent will and where are you going to take us to what you're gonNA recommend where we starting. Well, let's start and do and. North, central. Iowa. Route, which is near where I live. I live near Mason. City. Mason. City Clear Lake and we're GONNA go to Charles City those three towns there, and then he can go up to forest city where you can see we're winnebago motorhomes are made. So you start in Mason city, Mason cities, a great base camp, and I would recommend that you stay in the park in hotel. The parking hotel is the last known hotel in the world designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Can stay there. Okay. People come from all over the world to Mason City Iowa population twenty six thousand something. So I have to Mason City, but I stayed in the holiday and see this is my mistake. You need to come back and see if the. I'll give you the grand old tour I. Didn't know he had designed any hotels. That's true. The first thing people say to me is Oh I don't think I could afford to stay there. and. I'm telling you that rooms at the Parken Hotel in Mason city. Iowa. Are Very affordable. I'm talking one twenty, nine to one, fifty, nine at night in a historic hotel. Designed by Frank Lloyd. Wright. I mean that is amazing. So when you're in Mason City, you want to do the river city's sculptures on parade, which is a sculpture walk, and it's always fun because I travel a lot and you know these artists that create these sculptures are all across America and maybe some of you've seen the Humpty dumpty sculpture that's around. I. Know I'M Thinking, the last place I saw one was in Mesa Arizona Okay I just have to take a Selfie with it because I'm like here's how you know Humpty kind of manages to be wherever I am but the sculptures are really a nice walk because they also take you through the Rock Glen area in Mason City, which is where there are other Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes. So is not only the hotel. There's other homes there as well and McKnight or art museum is a fantastic museum in town. They have the bayard puppets, Baird Marionettes, wizard of Oz the marionnettes that we're using the wizard of Oz are in the museum in Mason City and you can go across the street to Music Man Square we what puppets were in wizard of Oz are we talking about flying monkeys or what? Yes. Monkey is there okay it's a really Nice Museum but then you go across the street and you go to Meredith Wilson's boyhood. Home The music man. So, Meredith Wilson was born in Mason city. Iowa. And the Music Man Square has museum in there that is home to. Meredith Willson. So in the streetscape is in there and it looks just like in the movie, but you would envision it. So that's pretty cool. Meredith Willson he's also buried in Mason City and you know what? There's a lot of people that look for famous people were buried. You know who knew a lot of people cemetery tourism is kind of a big deal but then you go, let's go estimates saying you've already Charles City and get to Whitewater rafting most people don't think of Iowa and Whitewater rafting. And you can do that in Charles City Iowa. In Charles City I'm not sure eight, ten thousand people maybe. And you can stay in a luxury cabin there at red? Cedar. Lodge cabins that are overlooking the river great place for extended families to stay. But you've got the river
"mcknight" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Now that if you get COVID, they'll pay for your medical expenses and if you die the pay for a chunk of your funeral surfaces would check it out like major internet. Yeah. They can't take it to. PHOENIX. So here's their actual from their website. I. E. I. Commitment houses houses part wanted to. PHOENIX. Abu Dhabi. We see here funeral costs up to limit covered. Per covered person is fifteen hundred zero. So that's Seven hundred US dollars but the medical expenses one, hundred, fifty, thousand euros. Six thousand somebody's going to try and cheat that. Of course. I'd the Lamborghini. Guy. Next up. That's how much they need people to fly now because no one wants to fly. Yeah just a ton of people. All right kids I gotta run. One my spirit airlines. Sell Ellen D-, Ellen DeGeneres. You've heard a lot of people complaining about you know how the work environment is they're. Going to be an internal investigation now from Warner, but it's actually for her yet it's for the NAS- math imagine producers and stuff like that. The things on her people saying bid but the all her staff that. Yeah, after. So this is somebody allegations that buzzfeed reported on. Possible. Racist people getting fired for medical leave or bereavement. So when I go to a funeral and stuff like that, they'll fire them for. Yes. But that has nothing to do with L. No that's the everyone thought was about Ellen notes about the workplace environment. So not her oh wow. Yeah there's actually an investigation the. Internally We'll see what happens in arbitrator think we'll honest get on. All right yeah. Mark Sanchez Scotty McKnight, thanks. Guys. Thanks about football working the they can watch your fourth and forever the social handles for Youtube is YouTube dot com slash fourth forever for Instagram for them forever, and then once a week Yeah. Once a week. Usually Tuesday breaking down some getting balls deep in football. WHOA. Oh, he's balls guys. You know football. So guys you'd be on. You'd be on. On the street giants and jets. We Love You Kid. Out.
"mcknight" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Ten percent off your will have many men. CAN WE START MY PUNCH Obviously obvious. A four. Sure Senate going to set a here on them. Black belt and chips chicken heads. I think you'd be surprised. I think. You'd be surprised how mckinney fight club Spike Club bike club kids a piece on. Cutie pies I still got it. Baby lift your she'll and now from the on it studios in Playa Vista California. Is the moment you've been waiting for the final and the kid is coming at you. I. Know we're not live that does make sense but. By don't. Live. And now it's the fodder and the kid. My shot. Live. A lot better looking here you guys. Show. Of Your own 'cause, you're basically the two of us but more talented and better looking. skyping night and Mark Sanchez. Studio site here here what's up there any other studios in here? That are open. We figured out next week gets about seventeen listeners over here I've. Gone through it I don't know skull it. So we can just Scotty Nick Scottie, Scottie Nick dictate. I just liked the idea back. She's such a guy named. Scotty and Nick. fell out to for for the for the listeners and viewers. Brian Kinda you guys kind of each other kind of from here I guess but me and marker buddies in the mean Scottie. And we're good buddies. He's buffs. Let's go. Let's go battlefield. Question he was also just before you go be he was also mainly my guy around when I first moved to La he's basing my only friend Oh really. Yes. Showed me around. Good for great friend. Do you guys ever do this? Do you ever go? Do you ever like sit there and you go hey, you wanNA throw the rock. Ever just do that. You want to go out there and tossed the Ron and I have a catch. And talk about old times we throw the rock. Patterns. Hey Be really get the company store. Tell you how awkward and that's we're in a circle with all our boys and I can tell this guy's like lingered Larry the linger he's he wants to get in. Get in. and. Then finally, we must think pro like fourteen years old. Because I can tell you. WHAT'S UP DUDE? I'm like, what's up mangoes? What are you doing Saturday what? Area, what he is were you in Saudi oh I don't know a prior to my family, my kids studios. Do you like I. Don't know if you like going to the park and throw the rock around. I play catch catch. A stranger grabbing we know Benji was like I have to look at my Shiduan. But if there's an opening and then I suppose we could play. Do you WanNa do Mitts and hardball you talking about skin. Catch. Let's have a cat something bad. Could cash football's actually fund throw. Not when it's your John me but. But I do like the idea free. Fun. Really like throwing the ball. Rolls Ropes at my buddy. Does things I give me a button. Hook and he runs. Go fake right and then go left. Or post out. You know what I mean the only way I'm. With my son that it's not happening. Well I, bought a Frisbee with my kids. We want one of those NASA Frisbee. That lasted about four minutes. Recently. FRISBEES. Just like all right. slip and slides and frisbees skyrocketed sales during Cova Yeah I bought a slip. I bought a slip inside put down. Oh No, but mine was more masculine was. Out. Ram and it has a splash o meter. o-. Way Nicer than. I thought. Really. Didn't even have Daniel that day I was just. I slip inside and no, we played some catch and. I bought a slip and slide for the summer for my son and he's never seen it. So I had to show and other thing sucked when I was even I thought it was when I was. Forty. Loggers things pretty short a he's going. He's kind of half way because my girl set it up and I'm looking I'm like what the fuck is this missing him like Oh yeah. Put some soap on you gotta put so but that little do. You guys know Petros and money. They the they're on Fox they do a radio show every day. Okay. And he was talking about this and he's like, but you remember like remember the commercial from whammo way back never the kids like hauling ass down the down the slip and slide and. He's like, yeah, look. So cool. Then you actually do it and there's grass all over you kill streak in of of dead grass lawn and somebody gets lacerated by those stupid plays. In the Home I got forgotten. My son turned nine this weekend, and I bought him a remote control. That's awesome and then bunch both by the way towards your the twice our business skyrocketing kids are all at home I bet so. The. The problem with those boats. First of all good luck getting screwdriver small enough to get the. Fuck with. Union watch you know she used a watch, get a tool kit like that. All right. So I finally get it. Then you've got charge it with this impossible port. We're waiting my kids. Let's go. Let's go on like a fuck. All right. Let's suppose to charge for an hour. Let's go. All. Right. So we get it put it in the fucking bond. It's just lake and my son's. Chasing the ducks bogging dogs. Sure enough. What happens middle of the fucking they've done. By. Frequency. Doesn't wo- THE CHARGE DOT Jars that's now. You. Just, said, hey, be patient you know. I. Didn't I know. He sat he and my daughter is sat there like forlorn. Orphans just waiting for the tide. Of course, there's no tied. There's no time to the to bring bubba. Not. A pot, it was a large pin, jumped the fuck in there and get it dude. You can't do that because hunt. So so there's a guy. That same day wasn't wearing a mask. Here's a dog is chasing the ducks and the ducks is thank just out of reach and the dog dog will do is get so tired that they'll start to circle and then they'll drown. So he's going like this, this guy has got not in the best shape and he's in his shorts and he's in the pond. He goes I'M GONNA have to go in sure life over their Wives over there and the the dog and he's doing this. Now, if you my dog I'm going to be like. I'm going to be this guy's going. Name was Rona. I think her nameless. For the for the puppy. He's just going corona. Corona no anyway dogs not listening finally. The dog's GonNa Fuck. The dogs are going to die. He gets in and all he's doing this he's going. So gross I can feel the weeds on my stomach. So gross going to be a weight and then he never got his talk, he never fucking got his. What about the booth dog passed away? What is the dog drowned? Now the dog the dog. Actually. Got Us back out there for the Bonar. He finally he finally they big dog he finally. Got Direction and the dog ran up on the fucking. More job for your dog and my fucking tits out. Well these people were actually taking. A raw stones and throwing it at the boat well, their lab would grab the boat and bring it back but the lab would go to the boat and go. Back to bigger. Anyway. That's my well. Today I just came into this podcast with no boat. I'M GONNA go by I'm. GonNa. Go buy another one. Yeah. WHY DO YOU HAVE TO UTAH? That's where my that's where we are right Gotcha. Has Been. Staying where this whole time Orange County Orange County. All over the place I was in Nashville an Alabama most of the time to and what I remember he moved to Nashville while ago. Those are three days I know then you because I can't do that do not. Oh, shooting a documentary on to tongue by law never heard of him Oh. Yeah. quarterback Alabama. I do quarterback. He just got cleared today for out approximately, right? Yeah. Hey. Hey go hit the showers I know go joining a skinny simone that's a guy you'd be like halo type of catch with pro..
Barbie 2020 Campaign Team dolls feature Black female candidate
"Is announcing. It's Barbie campaign team. The Toy Company is launching four new Barbie dolls including a black female presidential candidate, the other new barred breeze, our a campaign manager of fundraiser and voter Doll Lisa, McKnight. The global head, of Barbie, Mattel said in a press release Tuesday that they design the Barbie campaign team with a diverse set of to show all girls. They can raise their voices and give girls the tools to imagine play out their future roles set cost about forty bucks and is available now from major online retailers.
"mcknight" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"Lot of people feel very angry about that and so I. Do get a lot of Iger I also. Black. Interpreters joke that we are people's racial confessors. I do not want to be people's racial confessors, but for some reason when they see a black man dressed as slade person like I need to admit to every racist thing I've ever died or read terrible thing I've ever done to a black person Lao. People Kinda feel like. Gap at a high chest. and. That's in itself is very problematic. But that's just it comes with the job. A common experience and I think that's probably why you said it so important when black reenactor start out that they start out kind of under the wing of another black interpreter. Right absolutely. PTSD, who were starting to see now is very common amongst African American historical interpreters as well as black rate actors, yeah. Well I. told you guys that we were going deep today. We're going to take a short sponsor frank with Cheney but more when we come back. I'm Bertam Day Thurston. A writer, activist and comedian. I wrote a book called gave a Ted talk about white people, calling the cops on black people for no good reasons and I feel like we're having a moment in the US right now. You probably feel as to. When officer Derek shot and killed George Floyd something in America broke. Where this moment goes, we can't say yet, but right now. Something big is happening involving race and in particular policing. So I'm going to try to explain it. From the covid connection to WHO's allowed to protest to what fund the police actually meet. When Mitt, Romney the man who tried to keep Barack Obama's second term away from US joins the black lives matter, March. WHEN NASCAR FANS, the confederate flag when Donald Trump of all people encourages cops not to joke people. We're having a moment. You can listen to. We're having a moment on the iheartradio APP apple podcast and wherever you get your podcast. Comeback Kenny adopt a little bit deeper into this whole big world of historic interpretation, because it really is this whole big world and I'm guessing that many of our listeners probably don't know a lot about this. What kind of events do you work at? And how is your kind of narrative within that event? How is it decided beforehand? WHO MAKES THOSE DECISIONS? I guess just flesh a little bit out in terms of like an average day in the life of Cheney McKnight. Heard. It all depends on where I am at the time, and what I'm doing so in my day to day nine to five job. I am a living history coordinator at museum in your. City and my job is to develop living history, programming and train historical interpreters to add on that. As well as bring in people from the outside, but there are times where I do interpret in Austin, I? Also do freelance. Sometimes so I go to historic sites and train staff on how to talk about race and slavery. I'm also as a consultant for some sites that are putting up exhibits so I'll go through and kind of say you need more explanation here. This whole thing is problematic all-business ago. So I act time at a conscious sometimes or some sites. And then when I am interpreting, which is my favorite game? Seems to be maybe twice a week. Now of which I cherish those times, so my day usually starts with me going over the program. She which is who will I be interpreting if anyone usually haven't says is an informal interpretation. I'm just an average person in near city or wherever I am on that day. MAYBE LESS THEY CAROLINA or upstate New York or even Boston. and. I look over that and I. Get ready, most likely. My clothing has already been laid out because of course with historical garb after prepare. I usually end up as sewing, patches or a terrorist because I am so brought. STORMS ARE A. Poor clothing. And so usually I know already when I arrive at a site what I'll be portraying, but times I will meet in the morning and sometimes they'll say actually. Could you re do a Redo and in an hour? Can you come up with a new interpretation and it depends if I've already done that interpretation, let's say I am a dressmaker in seventeen, seventy one New York and then they come to say actually which you like to be a tinsmith. New York and I'll say. That's not in mind will house, but what I can do is talk about trade in general, and so that does happen sometimes. Then I.
"mcknight" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"Umberto, day Thurston and I feel like we're having a moment. When officer Derek Chavez Killed George Floyd. Something in America broke. I'm going to try to explain. From the covert connection to what de-fund the police actually meet. When Donald Trump encourages cops not to choke people. You know something different. Listen to. We're having a moment on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts and wherever you get your podcast. Jess the history of fashion production of iheartradio. Over seven billion people in the world, we all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed welcome to dress the history of fashion, a podcast that explores the who what when of why we wear, we are fashion stories and your host. Cassidy Zachary and April. Callaghan Okay Casts I. Have a question for you. Have you ever been to colonial Williamsburg I have not, but this has been on my sister Hayley and is list like wishlist bucket list forever I would absolutely love love love to go to colonial Williamsburg because I love going back in time and those places like that. You know it's like living. History brought to life. Yeah, absolutely and I had been, but I was in high school at the time, so I really wasn't so into history. Way So you you, Haley let me know we should plan a trip. Yes, absolutely I would love to go back because I think I would. I don't think I know. That I would see it in a very very different light today, so let's do it. Let's plan a trip I'm in okay. Just have to just have to wrangle, Haley. So listeners whether you have actually been to colonial Williamsburg or not, I'm guessing that many of you have probably been to other historic sites or historic houses were around the area where you live where reenacting or interpretation, maybe part of their programming, and if so you may have also wondered about the individuals portraying a particular trade how they learned that or maybe they were even portraying a specific person I mean. Mean I know I certainly have and casts several weeks back I had the pleasure of sitting down with historic interpreter and Educator Cheney McKnight to learn more about this profession of living historian. Yes, in Cheney, is the living history coordinator at the New York, Historical Society, where she actually develops programming and oversees a team fellow historic interpreters who literally breathe life into history. They sure do and casts I have. Have to say Cheney and my conversation was so engrossing that we just kept going so friends. This is actually going to be a two parter. In part one of this episode we discuss the profession of a living historian and Cheney specific experiences and in partout. We discuss some of her research. The dress and fashion history of enslaved women, and the United States during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries particularly in terms. Terms of the styles of head wraps. They were so please be sure to tune into part. It is really fascinating without further. Ado Cheney welcome to Dress Cheney. Thank you so much for joining us today undressed I really really wish that we were doing this interview in person in studio, but alas you and I are both on pause here and NYC. How are you hanging in there on that front? I'm doing well. you know as well as can be a in the middle of. And Derek as well as all. The struggles that were going through right now in our country. I think it's I. Think this time is important for us. I think it actually was kind of a good thing that this happened during a and direct, because we are all free to participate and focus very narrowly on this issue, so It's also. In a way of very hopeful time right now, so I'm very interested to see how the young votes. Push this through. Absolutely I think I sent you an email like a few weeks back and I was like. I go through alternating bouts of rage and faith. and. They just keep going back and forth. So you and I first met last fall. I think, and that was when you came to fit with abby and Loren of American Duchess, and you all did a talk and a demonstration to promote your book, which is called the American Duchess Guide to Eighteenth Century Beauty, and our regular listeners will of course probably realize that we've mentioned this book a couple of times on the show now and you contributed an essay to the book on how African? African hair was perceived in eighteenth century, Europe and its colonies, and that topic is ten general. Some of the things that we're going to talk about today but I. I was hoping to ask you about your path. What led you to study us? Because you are a living historian? And what does the living historian do? And perhaps you might explain the difference to our listeners between historic reenactment and historic interpretation, because there is a distinction there, yes? So I actually at times. Go by all three and a very specific signs. So for my definition of a living historian, it's person who actively studies participates in historical trades, methods, activity is I would consider people like coopers and blacksmiths. Historic Cooks, people in food ways even drafts makers. I would consider them if they are doing it. In a historical manner using historical techniques, I will consider those living historians. There is so much debate over what is living historian. What is not with? That's my definition someone that specializes in historical trades in methods. Now going over to a reenactor I always go back to the webster dictionary. What a reenactor is because I? Think it's the best definition read. A person who participates in reenactments of historical events. That's an. Over Rod and usually it is very much a hobbyist someone who does it on their free time.
"mcknight" Discussed on Here & Now
"Come out. Is it true that you're saying this might be your last album? I think this will probably be my last album of brand new music. There's so many other things that I'd like to do now that I have my wife and and my family. I really want to spend less time on the road and really enjoy life a little bit more than just working all the time which I've done since I was nineteen years old and I think after twenty albums I think I've I think I've said at all. I think I've done everything I wanted to do. And retire to say as far as creating and releasing new music. This is probably the last one. What congratulations and and thank you so much for the music that you put out into the world and these INSTAGRAM CONCERTS. That you've done to really give us the power of music during these uncertain times. Oh thank you and you're welcome. Hopefully this'll be over. Relatively soon. We can go back to doing the conventional way. But in the meantime at least we have that to look like this. Kuhn and Brian McKnight. Song is nobody. His album exodus will be out later this year and here now is a production of NPR WBZ in association with the BBC World Service. I'm Tanya Moseley. I'm Robin Young. Tanya thank you this is here now commanded. You can shoot..
"mcknight" Discussed on Here & Now
"Concert with him and his keyboard performing requests to benefit the World Health Organization and global citizen. This concert is just one of many performances. From some of our favorite artists taking to social media to entertain us during these uncertain times and Brian McKnight joins us now via skype. Welcome Brian and tell us more about this instagram concert. I've been doing this for my fans way before. There was a pandemic the reason why I decided to do it when I did. It was that I wanted to do for 'cause what I didn't want people to think I was sitting at home saying nobody's paying attention to me right now. Not that I'm saying to people are doing that. Everybody else is doing. Whatever they want to do is fine. It's just I didn't want that for myself but you know it also speaks to just the power of music and how it can kind of be a soothing thing for us and so these concerts really provide that while at the same time you're concert in particular providing entertainment for a good cause right and I think that's a great point of the things that this situation has as it has been a positive people are going back to more traditional forms of entertainment to be the buffer. That's getting them through the tough days that we've seen in the ones that are ahead and hopefully that permeates our lives moving forward because there are so many people out there that still love music using music to be that buffer. Yeah I WANNA listen to another one of your classics that you performed on Instagram. And.
"mcknight" Discussed on Here & Now
"Know during. I Really WanNa take advantage of your work before we let you go kind of lightning round. Can you just take off just a couple of things? Yes sure so along the lines of the hairdryer. Bona hairdryer on your face. I guess I would say it is not true. That quinine or tonic water. If you drink a whole bunch of it will cure you of covert it. Won't it's ridiculous. The virus was not as all evidence would suggest created human-made created in a laboratory in Wuhan. The viruses not is not a hoax created by Democrats in cooperation with China. To unseat the president the viruses very real and it goes beyond the borders of the United States. Yeah those are big ones still very popular out there. Doreen Marconi slopes dot com the fact checking website. We'll hook you up here now. Dot Org Doreen thank you so much for your work thank you. You're most welcome. Thanks for having me on. You live you Ma Beach in a do I ever buy singer-songwriter Brian McKnight and for fans who were missing him. Midnight offered an instagram treat earlier this month. A.
"mcknight" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Oh it's it's. It's really incredible that work in community that says this incredible camaraderie between hairdressers and rivalry to if you ever go to the hairdressing worlds. You'll see that in real life and how they treat you a yoga. Iota hairdressing Alleger now I'm the old man of hedge resting. That's for sure but I mean I've never really been because of what we do. We don't work in salins wake Alone you know. We're not working with them in the head as the industry. So it's it's only recently that our Photo shoots a broad Agenda trees as being kind of included in that wild and that's a lot thanks to Katherine Hancock. Who started creative head magazine? She'd years ago. And merged the SAL on world and fouts has shoot worlds together and I think that she's done that magnificently by the you know. The industry has grown enormously. And when I started to do this they were probably six people in the world to maybe on a now there are literally thousands so it was really an industry you know how many fashion shows weather season twenty note. That many either A fats and now it's a it's this monstrous. Merry go round monster. That people can't get else what happens now with with code with Nineteen what happens to address and you sit there are thousands of people there are thousands of livelihoods Agenda what's going to happen to the to the fashion world in the photo shoot. Wilds that let. Let's see what apps because we're only ten days aims to this thing so I don't WanNa make any senator predictions because we don't know But I keep getting options for things. People are very optimistic so I keep getting options for shoots. That are probably not going to happen. But so people are kind of trundling all along and I think the salon business I I would imagine the sound. Business will be booming when we gotta buy because they will be rushing to the headdresses like never before. So let's see how I don't know would have moments for of before and after story that when everybody comes racing back from there are good. Yeah you have to to some at so you are being very optimistic. This potentially an opportunity in a way that that one ideally for everybody who works in fashion for everybody who has ever been making beautiful styling beautiful things making sure that could they possibly can for you know the global audience. This might remind people of what they love about fashion that when when they I mean how. How long is is say. That wasn't enormous lockdown. You say you have options now presumably. You've been working right up to this point so you've been doing hair for fashion shoots of becoming out of the next. How how much to magazines having in the bag in if not I know I know had students for four major campaigns off to the shows and not one happened no one so I guess there's GonNa be a shortage of campaigns this season which makes me think maybe they'll be a shortage of magazines. I don't know I don't know I'm I'm not on. You'd have to do with any of that you have to ask yet but I I it was such a great job. They guys will rise to the occasion in. I just want just unloaded stuffs. That doesn't make it. You know stuff that just that sad and it's also interesting point that if people get used to not looking at fashion in the way they would you still looking at it whether they will fall out of the habit of looking at. It meant way with a lot. Doesn't small independent magazines that really operate on a shoestring now met but maybe they'll be okay because they operate on a certain They'll be finding people still works for free so I don't know it will definitely be a it'd be a great leveler Really everybody everything. Have you ever thought of it as a moment where you could just say you know what I love my garden? I'm I live with stress anymore. I could just I could happily go for the rest of my life in Ono I'd be really ruled. Yeah I mean I I think from me now is buried. It's showing me more than ever that it's about balance. It's about as I said last week to someone may have been used was it's it's con- of it's about fine tuning an Sometimes I think okay. Why are we running around chasing our tails working seven days a week? Sometimes fourteen sixteen eighteen hours a day to reading to do this this. Everyone really needs to do. This doesn't Does it kind of movement recently In some countries of Working a full day waken having three days off which I I'm thinking maybe this is a way forward. Maybe it's not about you know Andy Warhol signed by top eating itself. Maybe we should stop eating ourselves and wake up now. The flowers you know to take the time to to do things for yourself and for your family and you have the flowers to wake up and I did. I know I wrote my bills. Were just planting seeds. Now at. Maybe it's about it's about ballads that sold. You can strive for really. Is it something? That's fundamentalist discovering humanity. You're saying I think you're whites yet because we've kind of become machines. We really so fashion will change. It was changing and you. But this is definitely missile. This will push on much faster and noted by thing. Sam Thank you so much thank you. I hope I get to see the gardens thing do I said well. I hope somebody sees hundred while also patriots or don't want it instagram at Sam at Sam McKnight one seminar for. I'm alright lovely. Thank you Sam. Thank you and if you've enjoyed this episode don't forget to subscribe give us a rating and you might be interested in joining the business of fashion global membership. Community be off. Professional are members receive exclusive deep dive analysis regular email briefings as well as unlimited access to our archive of over ten thousand articles. Our NEW IPHONE APP by annual special print editions and all of the online courses and learning materials from be off education..
Sam McKnight on Why Fashion Is the Eternal Optimist
"To the work. When would you In your professional life when I'm covered nineteen I'm interrupted the rhythm of the will. We were actually just coming to the end of Fashion Week and Paris. Because we'd been in Milan in the wake to Paris and I. I think I did one day's work off tonight and that's that's that was it when did you? When did you become aware of this? Insidious thing was set inaugura set. What point during the season become clear that we were about to deal with this complete catastrophe? Well we were quite. We were quite clear. I remember from the beginning of London fashion week because at the beginning of London Freshman I was actually saying I will be revised surprised if Milan and Paris go ahead but they did. They did go ahead. And what were you? What was your feeling about that? Did you think that was kind of like everyone else like everyone else? It's in retrospect disease. the site at the time. You think well okay. They know what they're doing is fine. You know it's it's definitely it's definitely this thing is really big. This thing is happening. China's really getting bigger and bigger and bigger Is this the right thing? And we had to have Let's see trump before we went into the Chanel show than it seemed a little more serious and after that it moved pretty quick tweet. But it's it's it's an odd. It's an odd feeling seems to me that For Few seasons now this cloud over fashion and using how you how'd you I feel? I feel financially economically. The the the industry was Challenged and you kept hearing about businesses not doing well and and It was a little bit of smoke and mirrors of happening on. I think that's always been a condition session that it is an industry that presents an image of confidence and abused and and it has obviously. That's not always the case but it did shield to me in my capacity but it things would just get a little bit twisted in complicated and and and there was a sorted out winning and thing beginning to emerge that these businesses would survive. These businesses wouldn't department stores weren't doing well the sole was doing well. Let's all wasn't during while this designers that design and this is what people love now. It's over about Social Media. Whatever that all the gold closed kind of moving love and then when this happened did feel a little bit you know would it. I think for a long time people felt something's coming. You know with the climate crisis. Do you think people have wanted something to come to? It's just a feeling maybe as a as a general something needs to give Ya. I been for a while. I mean this is my age to IBM state for a while that it's beginning to me to feel repetitive. You know the the shows the the magazines coming every three months which is already dated but as a as a kind of reputation you feel for Waldo that needs a feeling of recalibration somehow will the reset resets. Yes we said the same is I? Keep me quite golden. But it's none of the things die down and then things grow back. So there's always that constant feeling of renewal and I'm very positive about this and feeling this will. I'm going to take away from this. Period is a definite feeling of renewal another thing. That's probably what's going to happen and that that did yeah and that needs to be a bad thing you know i. I think that I think that. What what seventy people was saying is that it was just too much. It will become so excessive And I agree with that that there was a sense of an unsustainable. It's it's interesting to hear us to using the past tense their walls. Yes my weird optimism. I think that's amazing. I think that's really great because that suggests hope in renewable to me. I think we're a long way from that. I think bits of very this. This is quite a adopt your to go through before we actually. I think having does go let the end of that. Is We need that too. I WanNa talk about that In authorized finished set soda. Bad that the Sensiti unsustainability of of fashion the whole all of it. All of the the exploitation of natural resources the the whole image making machine the content generation that this strangely the distracting. This thing that just seemed to be designed to distract people from What we what we needed to be thinking about and fashionable was coming around to that with with discussion of things. Like circularity and localization localization now seems incredibly Relevance fashion industry with everybody's five flung production facilities closed down You just see that we might be reaching a point where people will only be able to work locally. Wiping sank fee. Is that you know it's going to be about Taylor's dressmaker coblets. And you'll village. But that is my very kind of post apocalyptic vision of not saying much as fashionable. Well the the idea of The the optimistic often ass of all of this you know. I just said to you if we don't have things like extravagant. Fashion shows the image image making machine of affection Mike Revert to things like magazines. Soleil used to bait. Now you want so sure about that. I never really a great believer of things going back to how they are. You know why I don't yet I use away back. I should say food in your. I mean the guy's forward this definitely. Br definitely rooting for new ways of looking at things. That's for sure. Well I I feel that I feel that the magazine saying is is really dated. Now it is of course. There's room for it. They maybe not how Halloween
Billy Boyd Reflects on the Lord of the Rings
"Is billy boyd. Talking about using real shorts and the locations for the Lord of the Rings Trilogy I think speaks only guys that whenever we could use the real saw. When it wasn't a safety thing then we would always use the heavy ru solved because like Emerson in the movie why real and no one ever swapped it for like aluminium ones. That was fought a safety thing that we had to what it was incredible and then when we got the Elven dagoes is getting a gift. You know onset. Someone says okay. This is the plus the elven daggers. And you know you get this amazing Any talk about her. You're going to win. You know so you ha- that can a fun thing that all out? Thank I'll wear on the opposite but lower than the slogan of uptight like Besson. It's just it was great locations for a definite. Thanks but the one what I thought. This is almost unreal was them Rubio will McKnight and Maria that lose weight rooks. That's really there and I have no idea but we had to wait for three days because of weather and the helicopters couldn't he couldn't land so we spent three days just hanging around a room like this because we're right in the middle of nowhere. It wasn't as applicant hang around in a nice hotel or send him Iran's once we actually made up that it was just incredible and went to their estate up there. The Whole Day is too much hassle because weather and stuff to get the helicopter Sunday night so there was a very smoke crew in cash we would just set out having lunch in this amazing location and that that's a great memory for
Attorney: Mar-A-Lago Checkpoint Crasher Is Mentally Ill
"A defense attorney for an opera singer who drew gun fire while driving through checkpoints outside president trump's Florida home so she's mentally ill the attorney for hand real mild pulled up Palm Beach county judge Monday should stop taking your medication which caused a Fridays at wild car chase Yasser Arafat a prominent appearance on behalf of my client your honor the state and the defense have agreed subject to your honor's approval that this matter be transferred to mental health court can be scheduled for a hearing on Friday my client to remain in custody of course Hannah has a long history of mental illness she was not taking her medication I've made arrangements for her to be seen by Dr Steven R. Alexander the former courts psychologist and by Stanley McKnight a certified mental health professional authorities say the woman drover rented SUV at secret service agents and sheriff's deputies at check points she was being chased by a highway patrol trooper who thought she was
20 Minutes With Brian Keane
"So high Brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak to me today. How you doing? I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. No aures thank you again brought. If you could start off just giving us an introduction to yourself yeah so my name is Brian ranking ranking fitness online. And I'm a former primary. School teacher turned fitness entrepreneur effectively. So to cut a long story short. I was a primary school teacher in London for four years and for two of those years I worked as a personal trainer nighttime walking in a gym with people looking to lose weight get fit or get stronger etc and then it's thousand fourteen. I moved back home him to the west of Ireland where I currently live and set up a one to one personal training business and then over the space of eighteen months two years of living full time at home in order to kind of match the supply and demand because of the amount of people that were coming to me for personal training. I moved my business online and over the last name. Since two thousand fifteen I've been primarily online with the exception of a couple of books books that I rise in the appearances that ideal person in terms of speaking everything else in the fitness ramble. My business is on line. Two programs one a sport specific the other is pure fitness Pacific. Civic and now I just spend my days talking to people like you and working with my online client doing some talks around the world that to kind of communicate with some awesome people. Yeah I've got a pretty awesome lifestyle per minute so long. No definitely greats ahead obviously as well with your podcast. That's another great resource for anyone that wants to find out more about what Bryant Definitely Chatham. We'll talk more about that throughout the podcast. First thing on the touchdown Brian McKnight's obviously you saw your other fitness industry as you said is a PT and did some fitness modeling now use of transitions since doing ultra endurance events. As well what's changed in your own way. You approach your fitness to not to want to make a massive lead so one of the things that I generally always advise people with fitness whether your couch to five K.. An absolute beginner. You've never step foot in the gym or ever done a workout or somebody. That's a near professional athlete or professional professional athletes and their life. If is training you always need to have a goal that you're setting in working towards and I'm the exact same with fitness and in two thousand and end fourteen. I started competing in fitness modeling. Embody I believe so stepping onstage and the end of two thousand fourteen I won a pro card fitness. Molly was basically just means that you can compete for more money and in two thousand and fifteen. I was preparing for the World Championships in Las Vegas and a few months prior to that my daughter was born and I remember having this moment where I was getting ready for a show. I couldn't form sentences in my head. Hey I'm so pleased and just hired all the time I remember thinking I'm going to be terrible dad if I keep doing this man. I made that decision there and then that I would do that show in Las Vegas and I did quite well that I came to the world's in Las Vegas and I decided I was stepping away. I needed to set a new fitness goal. This wasn't going to be my life anymore. It was too all consuming for me and and to be honest Charlie for the next eighteen months. I didn't really do anything in the fitness realm. I kind of trained a few days on and off. I always did something in the gym. High intensity interval training bodyweight workout aesthetics. You don't just Kinda messing around with it. But I didn't really have any serious fitness goals. Now I wrote my first book my first book. The fitness mindset which did really well that was sixteen weeks of the bestseller list on Amazon is an eighth consecutive weeks and wrote that in released in two thousand seventeen and after that point when I came off the back of the success of that book I was starting to get that little bit of a hollow auto feeling again Ronn like mine. I haven't set a goal for myself in ages. I haven't had any fitness school. Because I've been so focused on my business so focused on my family so focused on the book at the time and then I was at this event in Tony Robbins business mastery in Amsterdam and I met a friend who I've met a guy who sits become a close and personal friend totten's name and he ran what he told me about was ultra marathons and I had been from a world of played sports all my life football rugby soccer and I'd never heard of an ultra marathon marathons I like really ignorant the ass of the what an ultra marathon committee and he was like an over her marathon distance and he told me about this race in the Sahara called Maratha Saab which is marathon in the sand. It's six back to back marathons self sufficient through the Sahara desert in the north of Morocco and itself supported to carry all your food on your back to give you water checkpoints but evidence self sufficient. We need to have a venom pump within arms reach at all times so that your in case you get bitten by a snake armor. I'm telling you about this event. He did and I was like that sounds insane and planted the seat and I was like a couple of months later signed up for his having never random marathon having never ran and running when it's unfamiliar with the way I look. I'm fair from built like an marathon runner like I'm short and stock Yemeni harsh really built for Durance and I signed up in August two thousand seventeen and then decided that look. I need to start training for the marathon to solve in April of Twenty eight eighteen so I signed up to my first ever marathon there Dubai marathon in January two thousand eighteen Iran with a backpack in thirty five degrees and Dubai. By and from there on I just kept training in April around those six back to back marathons through the Sahara Avenue kind of got hooked and ultra endurance in February of this year around June thirty kilometers through the Arctic circle which was gold old. And now a minute. I'm currently trading for one hundred mile to marathon in Nevada in February. And so that's kind of a long story you've got a medium not long story. Short story brought to a kind of a medium to where I am. Now in the transition from bodybuilding fitness model into running ultra endurance events. Going to challenge my body in a different way then to be honest charity it. It all comes down just needed a goal to work towards because I train hired otherwise 'em and I recommend that to everybody. Listen it's relative like you don't have to run to the The Arctic for some people. It's just going to the gym twice going for a walk around the block after work. When you know you'll be tired or decided body weight program Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three months? You know it's completely relative. What for me working towards a goal and not wanting Halloween into combat because? I'm not working any specific fitness goal. modest the distance is your Rhode Island oversee pre yourself in his positions blanket. Imagine it was just incredible when you actually accomplish them. Oh it's different. Especially to be honest. There was a huge difference between the first two between Maryland Assab because when Iran six back to back marathons in the Sahara. I'd never done anything like that before I ever marathon which was on the road in a few months earlier and I wasn't sure sure Charlie until I got to the finish line of the six back to back marathons if I was going to be able to finish like there's so many things that could have gone wrong. I was like I just didn't know the article slightly different. I knew I was going to finish that race. And it's probably a different story for different day but I tore my kidneys. Eighty six kilometers from the end of that race and the High A.. Different completely different relationship with pain. In 'cause I powered through for the eighty kilometers off three months after put I powered through honors. And what you get out of these events for me anyway like you just get this massive of net benefit your confidence grows. You feel like you can attack any obstacle comes your way you get really good at separating like real problems from perceived problems so like even in my everyday life in my business with my daughter with my family like I get very good between separating right. This isn't a rea- problem. This is an inconvenience. This can be fixed verses this is this is a real problem I e. There's something wrong with my daughter. There's something wrong with my mom. There's something wrong with the family. Member and ultra endurance gives me that. Because you're just doing that. On a micro basis. Yeah as I said you don't have to to do ultramarathons crazy events to get that people get it from different areas. But it's definitely something I've got. I've got a massive net benefit as a result of
"mcknight" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Gary Cohen day pocket with you for Madison Square Garden in New York quarterfinals of the twenty nineteen big east championships. Seton Hall leading Georgetown, sixty seven forty nine pirates at a scare put in them. They had a twenty eight point lead trimmed down to fourteen the pirates who shot fifty eight percent in the first half and scored fifty three points shot. Twenty one percent of the second half and scored fourteen. Points in the first fourteen minutes of this south, but they still have a substantial lead under six minutes ago, miles Powell who scored a big east tournament record twenty nine points in the first step is being held to just two since the break and the other downside of all. This is the starters are having to play from hard minutes here down the stretch in the game. They had in hand and not getting any rest, Georgetown, run at its apex was nineteen to seven as they cut it to fourteen but then with McKnight three free throws. He had a nice runner and Enzi was able to score inside off a touch path from Sandro pirates with forever without a field goal. I think it was about nine minutes. Yep. But that snap that streak. And now Seton Hall will have the basketball up by eighteen with five fifty five to go. Pirates other starters on the floor. One man pressure from Blair McKnight, brings it up easily fire through on the we've kale leaves the propel out front how double team high post Enzi Smith the right side Mamuka Philly. Open three no good off the back rim. Rebound kinjo. Would look the Sandro could get it to go higher it over nine inside. It goes to morning and again, he misses a slam. But the stop foul is called that is the fourth slam dunk that trae morning has attempted. To have turned aside. The foul called on miles Powell that's his thirty joins the parade of pirates each of whom out three thousand McKnight Powell Enzi, collide, fielded Gillan Nelson. It's half the roster. Trey morning, we'll shoot to sixty three percent thousand. I one is odd the way they'll get off the back rim. This tells the story of how the game has gone for Seton Hall first half, they were eight for fourteen from three second-half overnight. Fool's gold, my friend, fool's gold. One more coming for morning with five thirty five to go up with the right hand, it goes and good third point of the night for morning. Sixty seven to fifty Seton Hall one bad pressure from Blair denied brings it up as Blair retreats. Kale gets it back. Knight gets a scraper Mansi boosters, right? Curls to the elbow hoax to pass out to kill gale left art by pick it back out to McKnight, twelve to shoot, Sandra sets, a screen McKnight goes the other way of a lane and lost it, but a foul called as Blair reached. They're committed the foul. That's his first sixteen thousand. So Seton Hall will get a fresh shot clock year twenty anyway on the new shots locks five thirteen talked about math early on pirates run at work walk every possession, limit possessions or Georgetown in this game five ten left, and I think for a while that hurts Seton Hall took them out of their rhythm. But now, it's something you gotta do is kale. Driving over Las Vegas. Picketers shuts of all back at it goes to Sandro backs up turns down the three gifted mcknight's six to shoot the night underneath the Enzi for the job. Puckett's gone. Nice look for McKnight, finding Ganzi lingering on the baseline seven frenzy sixty nine to fifty Seton Hall four fifty to play. Here's a Kinjo for Georgetown, veering left gets it inside to go van for a quick pop. Noga and kale pulls down the rebound. And now the pirates firmly back in command with four thirty five to go up by nineteen. Here's mcknight's stepping across mid court against Blair off, the kale McKnight gets it back. Kale? Runs off the screen catches the past right wing holding it against picket tend to shoot now backing up dot kale boost forward seventy shoot down the right side. He stepped out of bounds. But foul is called go van called the Baltic kale. That's a bail out because kill peer to step out of bounds before the contact. It's the third foul on. Jesse govan? Finally, puts the pirates of the bonus kale. We'll get a one on one definitely some contact. There has Ben hip check of near that sideline. So kill who had seventeen points in the first game against Georgia. John this year at eleven in the first half tonight hits the front end of the one and one and that's his first points this half time. Back. Mclaren comes back in George Don, Marco picket, sits down. Four sixteen to go. Pirates up by twenty now after Georgetown trimmed at the fourteen one more free throw coming for kale shoot sixty six percent from the line. And that one's no good rebound. Here's a Kinjo along the right side. Watched by Powell comes beyond the morning screen guests to morning on the picket role goes to the bucket gets strip. But a foul called as kale came back to strip it from trae morning, but he gets called for the foul. Second odd kill. Nineteen thousand against Seton Hall two free throws coming for trae morning. Georgetown has gone four and a half minutes without a field goal. Four zero seven to play warning made one of two from the line just a moment ago. The first one here is no good off the back rim. It's nice that trae morte Ziva playing after all last year with hip surgery played just ten games to two years ago. But now it is grad year having his best season by far for Georgetown waiting for the same school. That is four top all American dad. Did it makes the second free throw red wearing is number thirty three as well. Seventy to fifty one Seton Hall four or five to go. Localized Billy off the press. Double team did backward ahead to McKnight loops at a crossroads Sandro and clears the line with four minutes to play shoveled out to McKnight who run the offense McKnight taken his time out fraud. Hands it off to kale now. Powell is standing on the corner. NC now hands off the Powell coming outside Powell drive to the basket is strip taken away. And he comes up hobbling underneath the basket to our right. As play continues McLaughlin, the floater from a baseline. No, good kale. The rebound at Powell is hobbling on his right ankle. And they finally blow. The whistle house Powell.
"mcknight" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Four wasn't be easy though canes with a six nothing run. Me up one with the ball Johnson on the screen from GAC pulls up for an eighteen footer. It's good. Zach Johnson now with eighteen and Miami leads by three s they've run off the last six points seventy to sixty seven hurricanes then personal five nothing run for the point guard Powell out at center court in the metal to my local Asheville a quarter for McKnight three. It's God Quincy McKnight, his three pointer of the year at a gift Seton Hall, the leads seventy two seventy eight oh five to go. Come down the stretch at one point game. This one was huge. Here's McKnight out front. Wilkin for Powell finds them right wing. Granted by Johnson has done a nice job on miles tonight. Now McKnight snaps left corner for Powell turns for the three it's God Powell got just enough space for his four three pointer the night, he has fourteen seventy five seventy one pirates by four. Then did it a different way to give Seton Hall their largest lead GAC he'll fire for seventy? Eighteen footer revs the basket. No good. Local ashville knocks it on the floor and a cubs freida McKnight, downcourt Powell down the left side for me. Good. Ascot Coutts Quincy did it with the pass. And he did it with a shot. Here's McKnight with a double screen up. Top moves to his right explodes into the lane goes all the way to the bucket at end Gretzky McKnight with the explosion..
Carmelo Anthony of Oklahoma City Thunder won't exercise early termination option on contract
"The dl to the tune of five shutout innings with six strikeouts four one the final in that one carlos correa walks off with an rbi single in the twelfth is the astros clipped the royals for three back kemp's pinchhit grand slam since the dodgers past the mets eight three d backs destroyed the pirates seven to paul goldschmidt staying hot launch ms seventeenth bomb of the season mariners exact revenge over the red sox with a seven to win that also snaps a five game skid trevor bauer dominic fanning eleven six and a third indians beat the tigers four one mark trombones grand slam mcknight's the orioles offense they ended up nipping the brave seven five reds route the cubs eleven to tough weekend for the yankees continuing as the bat stay silent race top new york with a four duffin shut out as nip the white sox seven six aaron nola picks up his nine win as the phillies take down the nationals five three marlins blast the rockies six to putting up five runs in the seventh inning giants five in the padres three rangers win a slug fest over the twins nine six cardinals then the brewers three two behind yada molina's two homers at the college world series oregon state holds off mississippi state five two and we'll play arkansas for the national championship in russia tony cross is the hero for germany he has a goal in the ninety fifth minute off of a set piece that sends the germans past sweden two one germany now with three points they sit in second behind mexico for the group at lead and they took down south korea to one to get those six points belgium beat up tunisia five to nba carmelo anthony could've terminated his contract with the thunder early but reportedly opted not to so oklahoma city now owes anthony twenty eight million dollars for next season.
Emma and Liam top list of most popular baby names
"Of convincing the star to invest two million dollars in a drink called acsi water he faces while you're fraud money laundering bankruptcy fraud and tax evasion charges prosecutors say foster didn't disclose he served as a controller for the business or that he earned commission on investments foster reportedly pulled a similar scam and our nba star mcknight to keep the business solvent the most popular baby name for girls in recent years remained on top and 2017 ap correspondent mike have been reports there was a new king among boys is names for the fourth year in a row emma was the top girl's name hello i'm watson i am so excited to be here in france emma was followed by olivia eva isabella in sofia on the boys side liam was the most popular in two thousand seventeen i everybody i'm leah mason liam push last year's champ noah to the number two spot william was third followed by james and logan the social security administration releases to one thousand most.
Seattle, Renton and Redmond discussed on
"Of language directed at the prime minister's wife getting a lot of lighthearted play down under these are your world headlines from abc news australians are having fun based on this remark from president macron wanted to thank you for you and get delicious why full you warm welcome prime minister turnbull says lucy his wife of thirty eight years his flattered and charge china says it fully backs north korea's efforts to develop its economy by lowering the imposition of un sanctions that have cut trade between them by around ninety percent afghanistan is rolling out long delayed electronic id cards is a measure president ghani insists is important to help fight terrorist attacks and the most recent air pollution data from the world health organization gives india dubious lead ten indian cities lead the list of the twenty most polluted cities in the world i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london twenty four kierra jordan steady by with a look at triple aaa traffic i get a gorgeous day to drive what's it like to be out of that traffic well it's kind of tough here in the redmond area right now we have a crash that was partially blocking the ramp from fifty first of westbound five twenty that's still partially blocked but now cruiser also blocking the right lane of the main line so you are absolutely dragging as you're making your way from redmond way nothing else is currently blocked but we have slowing on both directions of four or five through the renton area northbound i five still busy as you're approaching highway eighteen you have more brake lights out of federal way to five sixteen and then pretty typical delays from albro to the convention center lynnwood to seattle forty four minutes lynwood to bellevue thirty one minute drive and on our westbound lake bridges thirty three minutes on i ninety to go from bellevue to seattle it's just a nineteen minute drive if you use five twenty this traffic report brought to you by the emerald queen casino presenting rb singer songwriter brian mcknight for a special performance june second spend the evening with grammy nominated brian mcknight only at the emerald queen casino.
4 indicted in hazing death of LSU frat pledge Maxwell Gruver
"State grand jury has indicted four people in the alleged hazing death of the louisiana state university pledge the indictments including one charge of felony negligent homicide come six months after eighteen year old maxwell groover died following a night of drinking and phi delta theta house on lsu's campus police originally arrested ten people in october prosecutors presented evidence of possible charges against nine and the grand jury indicted for a louisiana man has been sentenced for killing another motorists during a two thousand sixteen road rage incident that sparked protests over the police response ronald gasser has received thirty years in prison for manslaughter as teagan wendelin of member station w w no reports yasser had originally faced up to forty years in prison he argued that he fired in self defense when he shot and killed former nfl running back joe mcknight in an apparent road rage incidents the two wove in and out of traffic and yelled at each each other for five miles until they eventually pulled over at which point gasser says mcknight approached his car threateningly and he shot mcknight's mother jennifer mcknight sobbed as she left the courtroom after hearing the sentence for npr news i'm teagan wins land in new orleans former metropolitan opera conductor james levine is suing the organization for defamation and breach of contract the met fire levine on monday citing credible evidence that he engaged in sexually abusive and harassing behavior he says the claims are unfounded while the metropolitan opera says levine's lawsuit is riddled with untruths i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from nada creators of the japanese made dream wave massage chair with shiatsu point detection and sixteen preprogramed massages including morning and nighttime sessions retail dealers nationwide more dream wave chaired dot com.
Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight
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Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight
"I'd like to just talk to vanessa finally the man who shot and killed jo mcknight could be spending the rest of his life in jail right the guy that was part of an incident that happened in louisiana were i in this intersection where there was a kind of like a road rage situation that turned into second degree murder i turns out that ron gasser is now sentenced to thirty years behind bars and that's less than two months after he was found guilty of manslaughter in a louisiana courtroom the maximum sentence he faces forty years joe mcknight a standout at usc but made a little splash in the nfl but the us's what he was doing he could torch people and he's gone plenty more news four guys.
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