18 Burst results for "Miraz"

"miraz" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Steals, and you're not getting seven steals from Stella. Can tell Martine to seventy with twelve. And everyone's excited about keeping until Martinez. So I don't I don't I don't think you need to look to get out from under Stella. Even if the power regresses as almost certainly will. I don't think it will to a degree where you have to run away. Brennan lousy the third of those guys. He's been great. He profiles to me is kind of a bit of a left-handed dosier of, of more recent vintage, not quite peak dosier, who was running a bit more. So maybe that maybe that's where the com- breaks down. Maybe just don't do if you have to if you have to make four hundred qualifiers and change the handedness maybe it's not that good. Paul. Idiot. But he's been great to eighty four. Fourteen homers, forty-three rabies thirty four runs three steals. Now he's a little bit challenge in this profile in terms of. How often he strikes out and so the batting average is definitely going to be. And he doesn't walk a whole lot thirty four percents strike outright for seven percent. Walk rate. He's, he's writing to three eighty three Babbitt for that batting average. Right now, Brennan Lau is not gonna be any twenty four at the end of the season, and I would put him closer to two fifty to forty for the rest of the way. But. If I get to forty and twenty homers that plays that plays baddie averages are down in general, though, too. So to forty isn't the same as it used to be. You don't have to. Run away from that, as, as Gresley as you had to in previous years. It's not good. It's not helping you but I don't think it's tanking you to the level of, of where might have in previous years. Derek Dietrich for all he's done. Is is only fifteenth. Looking at some others, de Gordon mistime. So he's at twenty one says are nana's down at twenty four air Miraz twenty six Matt carpenter twenty nine think he's higher second than he was at first because the depth of the position, the aforementioned dosier at thirty five gross. Let's see here. That's really it for second base time here. Oh, great. Our, our plus right now better hurry up. If we've got all these other positions, well, really? Only have what they're short and outfield. Okay. Third base has been. It's been good knowing you're not leading the pack unsurprising moose at three bias at five Ren Donut. Six Rondonia six. I'm skipping names on purpose bregman.

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"miraz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He just left. I'm looking at him on the monitor right now, he's like looking at the security monitors pulling out of the driveway, and I go, where's he going? I don't know. What's he driving? He's he's driving Lamborghini. I said is he driving the spot? And he goes, yes, I'm like, okay. You could pause and go. Yeah. Sure is a matter of fact now he has I think to a spot is to Miraz could been bureau either way driving the a spot. I said, okay. The Lamborghini is spot is a crazy early seventies. As nutty an Italian sort of adds seventies. As early. Seventies. Talian asian. As there is. No, it's it's a four-door Lamborghini with a v twelve Muira engine in front. That's like capable of one hundred eighty five miles an hour, and like probably one seventy four, but like in nineteen seventy-two like in nineteen seventy-two that that car. Stickered for the price of two of my dad's houses and not not that he owned two houses at once. But I mean that thing probably stickered in one thousand nine hundred seventy two seventy one seventy three for twenty one thousand dollars or something like that. I mean, my dad bought his first house in the valley for thirteen thousand a pile of crap. But I've seen that kind of that kind of thing so hammer. Hammer. You know, those cars are weird. They've they've gone up. They've not really gone up. They've always been a weird car. In the car world, if you have four doors and or a backseat there's demerits really. Oh, yeah. Because the the true sports car has no back seat. Right. You don't take care mixes a there is no. So the truest like like like the Mercedes goal wing with they have is fitted custom luggage for you and your mistress. Glad on the weekend. There's no there's no Rugrats involvement that right? So good. Algorithm. The algorithm of like the so many made. Left's price at the time. How many of you know, since I didn't realize that took him to the kit capacity to price at the time is not that significant although it suggest that when the car was more expensive. It's a more expensive car like a Ferrari, a new Ferrari costs more than new Tercel. But if they still make but anyway price at the time not so much amount. Made is among left. Left. They don't that's weird because they don't always know like how many are left in most are left because they're really expensive exotic cars, and they didn't get they didn't get crushed. But four doors not as good backseat. Not as good. You went the true sports car. And then it gets down to stuff like convertible versus how many hard tops Coupet's. Did they make or whatever it is? Anyway. Yeah. The Europeans pronuncia. Part of what made it a sports car was two doors. I've never heard of a four door sports car. Well, it's not it's considering it's it's like a sport sedan like a BMW M vibe has four doors. But a lot of performance hit leno's sixty nine do sixty nine seventy and seventy one or sixty nine seventy. I'm seeing sixty nine hundred sixty eight to seventy eight excuse me, seventy eight. Yeah. Wow. Well, they made a few versions, but I didn't know they ran that light. Anyway, JJ laughed Jay left in is a spot, and he was heading out and. Bernard bernard. I said. Yeah. I said, well, that's cool. He's driving a spot on. He goes. He drives all this Carson. Yeah. Okay. But it's still cool. Now, he loves me. He's just that due to Brian. So maybe Jay wanted you to call him because he wanted you to pick which car you want him to bring to discuss it the Labra game. I don't know. But this spot is pretty cool. And then I said, where's he going Bernard? And he's like, I don't know. He's just driving out for a drought. So that that's Jay Leno news. I get some Jimmy Kimmel hot breaking penis, news brains on slowdown. Breaking penis news from Jimmy first off this half the show brought to you by truecar truecar dot com and brother Inc, vestment tank printer and Castrol edge as well. Titanium strong for maximum engine performance. Now..

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"miraz" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on 790 KABC

"George washington. High in mind, we started Miraz. Learn a book. For every five people who are hungry. Dare five people who are to fall. Sweat stomach. And facts for every four man there to women, and that's just supposed to be. No. We need bipartisanship. Again. I'm sorry. I didn't make it up. It's not me. We didn't cut that in the back room. Okay. That's not actually Alexandra Okaz, you'll court has you could be forgiven for thinking, so, but it is it is incredible. That this is considered the height of American genius at this point in our time. I think I think we're we may be done as a country guys. I mean, it's time to hang it up and turn it in now, by the way, I know the minute that I played that clip. Oh, that's sexist that. Okay. You know, how many times I call people stupid on this program Horman legitimately every day on this show. How many people did I call dumb like? For example, beta Iraq, dumb trust is a sheep when he was thirty. Even-handed when it comes to the making fun of the humans beta O'Rourke. I have to say like every another funny story about the twenty twenty presidential candidates and the Democrats in other areas. Everything is hilarious now. So bitter O'Rourke. It wasn't just that. He it wasn't just that he dressed up as a sheep when he was thirty to play in a punk rock band. It is also that there was a it was an account called betas blog on Twitter, and it will all it was was fake quotes from beta O'Rourke, and it was thrown off Twitter because it wasn't properly labeled as a parody even though everyone in the world knew it was parodied. So right now, we are currently trying to figure out if beta Iraq actually approached Twitter to tell them for a move betas blog because he was so embarrassed by it. I mean, if that's the case, then we can just make fun of him on air moving in front of him, writing, his stupid, diary, the other. Remember, he wrote a diary last week, traveling around Texas considering my life. I was skateboarding down the street. Thinking thoughts mulling death, a large man stepped in my path you held out to pills. One red one blue. He told me to choose. Instead, I swallowed both said dude w t f and I said the road, less traveled. Okay. But the stupidest clip of the day, not even the super clip of the day, courtesy of Kirsten gillibrand. I guess our favorite Senator love Kirsten gillibrand. Really, I've learned to love Kirsten gillibrand in the same way that I learned to love Hillary Clinton in that. It's hilarious. Okay. Just from a humor point of view Kirsten gillibrand. You know for the latest aquaman movie, they took Nicole Kidman. They aged her. The main Nicole Kidman looked like, you know, fifteen years younger, and they do this with a lot of actors now. Right. They've been doing it with with Jeff bridges. They do a lot of actors when they wanted to a flashback scene. They take the data with Carrie Fisher in Star Wars or in rogue one well Kirsten gillibrand is legitimately my theory. She is just a virtual reality aged Hillary Clinton that is all she has they took her into a back room and green room, Hillary Clinton, h her, and then they just throw her back out there in the world because Kirsten gillibrand is the least authentic politician. I have seen since Hillary Clinton. She spoke over the weekend at the national action network on I think it's on Martin Luther King day. So first of all, she's speaking in front Sharpton, which is always hilarious to me that Al Sharpton is still considered a human whose endorsement is worth anything, but here is Kirsten gillibrand getting into preaching mode for she's talking to the black folks. Now, if you're a black person, why don't you find this deeply insulting out finding? A kind of insulting. If somebody got up at the podium of my show and started saying it says in the Talmud, it's like, you're not even Jewish. What are you doing Kirsten gillibrand Kirsten gillibrand gets up in front of this group of black folks? And she starts preaching as though it's Easter Sunday. It's just that. But it's the most robotic fashion humanly possible because she is in fact, the most robotic politician ever, it's incredible. And wonderful. Here's Kirsten gillibrand. Because we know we. Right. Will not forget it. The whole that of a fake. The whole. Preach.

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"miraz" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Atlanta, where only thirteen days away from the Rams and patriots facing off inside Mercedes Benz stadium. But the saints believe they should be here. Their fans are still upset after an apparent blown. Call went against them and Sundays NFC title game. Is it possible? Some falcons fans feel a little badly for the saints the front page of the times picayune in New Orleans sums up the situation. In two words refereeing? Unbelievable here at Mike and see sports grill. Lifelong falcons fan, gene from. Peachtree city says despite his lifelong dislike for the saints. He still thinks they got gypped because of the blown call. I mean, they're human. They're gonna miss gonna miss calls. But I don't know how they just that one. And you have no love for the saints. Right. Right. None at all. And you still think they got screwed. Yeah. In Peachtree city. Robin Williams ski WSB the first time Tom Brady won a Super Bowl. Ring. Sean McVeigh was just sixteen. Now, the LA Rams head coach who turns thirty three on Thursday. We'll have the chance to defeat Brady and the patriots more than seventeen years later in the place where he grew up McVay led the merest war eagles to a state championship. Back in two thousand three assistant coach Dan Peres of Miraz tells channel two action news success is not going to his head. He's not an ego guy and several times throughout the year. He'll kind of texture Email coaches trying to get messages to the players, and he checks every Friday night. Doing. So it's really cool thing. Just to have him. Stay connected to the kids. And of course, they will be cheering him on. We're going to win and everybody wishes they could be in the building. But I don't think we're gonna have that much success. But I know our hearts will be there as Atlanta gears up to host Super Bowl fifty three. Some residents are demanding the governor declare a state of emergency WAC's Pete combs reports the issue is gang related crime. Or members of a Facebook group called concerned citizens United, and they number about five thousand they say they're afraid of escalating gang activity, especially in the book had neighborhood. I have friends who have been beaten in the face with pistols. I'm afraid to go to the mall. We are sitting ducks James Conaway, the president of the Georgia gang. Investigators associations has our state in our cities are true state of crisis. And we have got to attack the gang issue. Head on Pete combs WSB people across metro Atlanta in the country, celebrating the life and legacy of Dr Martin Luther King junior today,.

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"miraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Some of it is the media and the people around him that have half also assume that it's going to happen. Keep telling him that it's going to happen. And I don't I must. I think it must be quite hard for that not to seep into your subconscious. Even if it's not at the forefront of your mind. Tiff as had it in America. Quite the same extent global scope, I'm saying that is thing that happens, and he has also come through just such a different type of life hasn't. He the suspect that does has kept him grounded. Absolutely. Absolutely. But. It is what it is. Isn't it? We'll. The thoughts explanation. Yeah. Look what you say. He's got to figure it out. Otherwise, he's going to the danger is that this keeps happening and scar tissue does Bill because that felt a bit like. Sticking around full the year. Oh, I think I don't think he would allow before the end of the year unless they had a massive row. I don't think so just a couple of scores here we're gonna have to come back at the end of the play here because there's a lot going on. And we want to be able to get this result of Serena pin, so grandmother meal, certainly a comeback. And update you on where we all would that. But let's just Catherine's view quickly. So Asaka came out from settling down again, another another wonderfully. Wonderful excising perseverance really maturity not disseminated to the. The the the the sort of emotional chart that she had to follow in the seaway. Shea shea eight-match. So canny so county. I mean her demeanor on court is is abysmal. She's aware of it and remorse Costra a couple of times. Does she think that is it is John McEnroe thing? Thank you. I need to do this to farm us. This is how I get the best of myself, or is it just a con help it kind of thing. Today to me pooling, but a game is well counties. Exactly the right word, she's Trixie Trixie safer and had to be good today. Very good victory today. Alina Selena over Madison keys that was well. Well, put together win in the end, not the best match. There was they never really played. Base them played well in spurts, but never at the same time is one of those. But the, you know, the period Gingrich qisas paying fiddling was just getting hit of the call safe to keep our head in sort of. Wait that out wait for the purple patch to run out. She did. Well, we have a kind of Corey two sets down against Pablo Carina booster. Remember the last time. I said the name. USA twenty seventeen loss to to a lot not happen to him, basically. In terms of good stuff. But anyway, we'll see how that develops at the moment. Leucopenia France twenty eight hundred and I'm going to have to go talk talk on the radio in a minute. I just have to tell you the loop. We are friends is currently two cents to one ahead against born a charge, which is a heck of a good school. And he's also six to up. Now, he's got four match points, and he has done. It Luca poi- coached by Miraz. Doing Koji to go and read Ben Rothenberg's piece in the New York Times on their relationship, which which is she's required. Reading is really really good rate. And plea is having his best grand slam in years. I mean, he's reached quarter-final before a believe at a at a gram slam. But he's a he's been in the doldrums USA twenty sixteen of course, when he beaten adul- big announcement to the stage moment, and he's flattered to deceive since then, and I've been quite often at times, but I really am. Please. I I I for reasons I'm sure everyone can guess I'm very pleased that coaching relationship is plenty out. And I hope to be able to talk to maybe even the both of them about this. I'm saving that few days. Because this big story that it's a big story personally, you know, on a wind level. Yeah. She's got a better coach you record. And Andre Agassi. The man Sure. house. A few minutes. So few hours later and Serena Williams has completed victory against Simona Harrop. It was an app..

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"miraz" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"You're listening to the apple insider podcast. Welcome to this episode of the apple insider podcast. I'm your host Victor. And joining me is the wonderful the wisdom of William Gallagher at say, I'm gonna average check that this time because really it's the waiting William Gallagher you enough to see and all I could do was what from far as article after all to go pops up on up landside dot com. Ira one article about CS any it was flood of us from you wrote one wonderful article. Well, thank you here. I quite liked you helped actually new so that's share the joy that. But what was it like, what's it actually like on the floor and c s a disaster. Okay. Well, apocalyptic Lee bad. No, let me let me explain. So the first year that someone goes to see their eyes are all aglow because you're surrounded by all of these wonderful wonderful things and they're interesting in their new and. And by the ninth year, you go they you you you start to see patterns where everything has a theme in the year. There are some things that come and go and nothing is quite revolutionary things are very much based on the year before it's all nothing ever comes out on sale. Well, well, things come out on their either available immediately available in nine to twelve months or available. Never. And he signed matching they put that on the sticker not all up front. But the the interesting thing is that these things that are available. Never they do sort of exist because they're showing them their at a booth, and you can see that at least eighty percent of the thing. They're trying to tell you about work sometimes one hundred percent. And so they're all kinds of reasons. Why products never make it to market along the way, and they they usually come to money or manufacturing capacity or capability, but they're able to build something because they prove that something worked now, obviously with software. You can hide a lot. You can do a lot of demo smoke and mirrors kind of stuff. But when it comes to hardware, it's a lot harder to fake speaking of smoke chimeras. I don't want to take you through all four thousand exhibitors. But the thing that left-outs at me, I was genuinely really quite intrigued surprise myself much by Miraz, though, a bathroom mirror. There's one from optimists for twenty thousand dollars little bit at site. My precious little bit tiny bit. Couldn't get two of them. Anyway, it looks so good in it. Yeah. I'm not a hundred percent. Sure. It's really the mirror. Finishing with name on the wall. Who's the fairest of them? All right. Anyway, we're not the only for three Accenture member being products before people you thunk dress. Bree pies, the back of their windows and rice like that. Right. Right. So those are called sister newspapers, and it is a new thing. And traditionally it was the the raspberry pi and the LCD panel held up to the back of the mirror, basically. And that was cool. They tend to all run Android because androids freely available,.

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"miraz" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

16:09 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Welcome back. Zone. Jamie morris. Matt Leach, I look I'm going to say this. I don't know about all the conspiracy theories. I don't know. I know the Greg Miraz and got more than what he was getting paid here. Okay. He's being a coordinator again. I know that some people think that's not a big thing. But if you've been a coordinator, you probably want to be another one, I mean, you're you're making the cough. Everybody wants to make the call in the room. You're pretty much if you're not a head coach you pretty much second in command or third in command. Because the it goes head coach offense coordinator defensive coordinator. Now head coach is the offense coordinator. Then he just took a two that's one a one b and then you got the defense coordinator. I mean, he's number two guy. That's the way. I see it. I don't look Nick Baumgartner, Nick, Bob Baumgartner made me think Ohio State in their mind in their crafty little mine. Yeah, they stole two two of the best recruiters in the state of Ohio. Didn't think about that? Now. And I mean, certainly Airbus to recruiters in the state of Ohio, exactly exactly our Washington. There's only been here for one year though. Zero four year right now Washington again, no matter where where he was coaching. You could see him joining Ryan days staff at Ohio State, even if he was at Cincinnati, still or. I don't come down leaving. Of course. I hey, I gave my plea. I gave my tweets on our on our show here. But. But yeah, Jamie. But again. Gloom and doom going on right now. What if you know, what did we find some stellar replacements? I mean, you are gonna find place. Larry Johnson from down at all house. They would you know, what if we find somebody else who's great? And you will I think you will Don Brown will. I think it's it's it's the defense. He plays. He's he's got an aggressive type defense and people wanna play. Does it need fixing? Yes. It does need some fixing. Does it need it needs. Tinkering? I don't mean fixing. I don't mean fixing it needs to be tinkered with it needs to know zones. The the man the man is not working this week. Let's play a little zone. Or or let's play a little zone with with. Let's play. Let's play man underneath zone over the top. You know what I'm saying? Put something dare whatever Clemson was playing a Monday. I won't be playing that defense. I I'm just saying. Well, they it seemed like they did a great. I mean, if you're confusing Alabama, you're doing something. Right. So whatever they were doing I want to do that copycat league. That's what it is a copycat. I don't care in the NFL copycat Lee as well. In college football, seven three four hundred eight ten fifty. This is my boy, five o'clock, Jarod, Mike, it's after five what you do or man. A J. Let's call a Spade. A paid dude, let's call it. Our HMS in English navy means Her Majesty's ship now down here on an hour. That's hard balls majesty's ship in that sinking in. If the sports fans would go up here. Madison bleeding is telling you he he thinks hardball. Can you get the job done in getting the job done here on an hour is winning the national championship? That's it. That's it. I mean, not not winning the big ten championship. Not winning big ten east something like that. No, you know, World War. You know, the lions needed win the Super Bowl in this needs to win the national championship. And that's you know. I tell you how well can do a friend. So you you're thinking with I mean, we know why we know how Ashton lab I'm gonna you're telling me that abandoning ship that Greg Madison's abandoning ship. Yeah. I think he's he's probably a small guy. You know, he's sixty nine he's been around the block a few times. Yeah. Between the Livesey read the tea leaves. You know, like, hey, man, I'm going that million younger programs. I know it's not going to happen here. Look at hall balls quarterbacks situation. You don't he's reading quarterbacks everywhere. Worst a guy that he's you know, make from scratch. We don't have it. So you got a few. I mean, Mike if you look at that. I mean, I give you shape Patterson is a transfer. I give you he started last year. But you've got Dylan McCaffrey that's been here. You got Joe Milton who came in as a freshman last year. You've got some you got some ground ground quarterbacks that that are in the making. Who says Brandon Peterson has not gone he's not gone anywhere yet? So he's still here. Right. I mean, so I mean, look. No, we're not we're not abandoning ship. Stop that Mike. Really? Wow. Wow. We got to change the subject. Now, we have to go to basketball again, Jamie. It's listen where this come. I I understand people being upset about Jamie 'cause I'm upset about it too. But again thinking that. Thinking that this is the sign of things the way that the program's going sign of things to come. You know, stuff happens coaches, leave sometimes it it happens. And again, we're not happy about it. But the thing that oh, no that this is a sign of the program medicines jumping ship because we'll never win anything up here. I don't know. I just feel like that's all a bit of a stretch. I think so too. I just Bill Mike Mike's have been sauce and too much. He sauce in it up. I look there's nobody abandon ship. Again, I don't know for sure because I haven't talked to Greg Madison. But I will make sure I do that being said. I I don't think he's abandoning ship. It's an opportunity for I do think he's taken a lotta recruiting knowledge and wealth with him. Agree with that. But we need to find somebody. We need to go find somebody get that taken care of. And you know. And I wait Jim Harbaugh as we said with Nick Baumgartner. He's done at twelve. He's he's lost twelve coaches and four and four years. That's three coaches a year, but he's replaced them with good coaches, just say, and you have had a few that have stuck. So you just gotta we gotta find that right combination. And we think we've got it with Dan Brown on the defensive coordinator that we think we've got one position. So we'll build from there. Seven three four nine thousand eight ten fifty seven three four nine and eight ten fifty come on people. I need some good vibes. Let's go to Eric in South Carolina. What you got for me today? E? Hey, what's up? Jay. Can you hear me? All right. Yeah. I can hear you. Okay. Now, look, man. I like broccoli. I told you flight my wife, he likes to argue about stuff that he. Really argue about cutting from did you hear Brock today? I heard yesterday I got off the phone. Oh, okay. So you went and listened to the podcast. No. I listened to your phone call. Okay. All right. So brock. See I don't deal with. I don't deal with. I don't I don't throw stuff out facts out. Okay. Brock said, Alabama. Didn't have a better team. Clemson Clemson has finished number one in recruitment seven out of the last eight years. The only the only year they didn't finish number one. He finished number five. Are you gonna make me go to SAM's office? And find out if that's true, aren't I can Email it to you. I gotta pull up. All right Email. They you send it again. They finished number five Mazur Clemson finished number seven. So a two thousand fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen Alabama Senate is number one and recruiting and that same timeframe, Clemson, finish fourteen thirteen four six and twenty seconds. Recouping? Listen to recruit classes over the last six years sixteen eleven. Sixteen sixteen seven. Alabama Senate trip to four seven sports that sales think so so how is how would Alabama not have better players Clemson based on what Clemson? Versus outta Bama recruiting. Okay. But remember they develop those players better than perhaps perhaps clemson's players developed better. I don't know, you know, what? Who's developing those players the coaches. Go. That's my whole point. That's what I was saying. So so so Alabama. Average class was number one. Average recoup class was it. Eleven point eight, okay. Seven years. But but what we were talking about yesterday with Brock is that the they had consistency Clinton coaches. Have it left? Clemson. They're there and Alabama and has had turnover turnover turnover. It's it's not like they're leaving going other. They're going to other schools, but they're being hired by the being hired by people. You know what I'm saying? There's no pot. Go ahead. But let you know what? All right. So he he made argument that Clemson couldn't be a better team that Alabama couldn't be a better team to Clemson and get beat by twenty seven points to how many points they got beat by wasn't Michigan. A better Mitch get a better teen in Florida and didn't Michigan lose by twenty points to Florida. What was the difference in that game? I mean, it looks like Florida wanted to gate wanted to win. Bad worst in Michigan did and cultured alga. Even with Ohio State. We were favorite in that game. And we got the break beat us off beat up because Ohio State coaches had a better game plan. The Michigan coaches. That is a very that is very fair to say from an office point. He he beat me be Dom Brown up. You can argue that they were just the better team though, you say that. Now, here's why we're seeing it dabble prayed is where do I live live in town you live in South Carolina. I live an hour. Fifteen minutes with camping. One of my one of my classmates is all watching. Because. I've been doing I've been seeing him around. I don't know. Have you? I never think you'll be no special. Of another sound watches. He was seven years old. I didn't think it was done. I think I never knew he would be shot. The up there. Yeah. Messed up did. I should've could've been agent. We gotta be getting paid exactly. You see that? Man what? But I'm gonna tell you. Here's what's separate dabble from this coaching staff Daboh took over for took over for Tommy Bowden in two thousand eight and they fired Tommy balance for going through and three and dabble was wide receiver coach he took over. He went forward to and at the they gave him the job at the end of the season. The first thing he did was he fired his boy his office coordinator, he fired him in the not another coach on the team was go run offense. And and so they took offense. But in two thousand ten they finish third in ACC at six or seven, you know, he did that guy that was a boy that he ran off his which he fired him and brought in a coordinator that they got now. Wait a minute. Didn't he wasn't rich fried the coordinator down there? For our? Yeah. I don't think I don't think he was the coordinate under under Devoto. Okay. Yeah. I think ritual already at West Virginia. They're okay. I just I knew he was down there for for a minute. Yeah. But this is where he this is where he made this is where it makes him a great coach. So I know he brought up Tim saying dabble getting the breaks beat off on me that bowl game by West Virginia. You know, what he did? You know, what did they got beat off in a mole game? Fired his other boy. Offensive coordinator, and the people that he had been went for years. He fired him and he brought in. Yeah. Every since two thousand ten company has finished I in ABC. And if they went at first they were second, but they won't take in two years. They've been in the playoff, oh straight years. So this is hey, I see what I'm doing ain't working. Let me let me get somebody here. That's gonna put me where I need to be. And that's a sign of good coach. So, you know, I I only see facts man and say we can't run with Timpson ran could they got trouble. Trouble Lawrence receivers. Place. I don't know you watch the game. Great roles. He didn't make some great drove he's a heck of a quarterback. But don't we see may look to? And we got some great wide receivers that I guarantee you if you put one on one with multi back, and you give them a fifty fifty ball, you might we'll call it seventy five twenty five boys. Go get. Okay. I saying. Yeah. Cancelled due to ball thirty three average of thirty three tabs per game that season Michigan. Threw the ball twenty five yards the game every twenty five times a game. And that's what shaped on the ball fourteen times it'll fourth quarter after we already down and out against against Florida. And here we throw the ball a lot at the end of the game in the Ohio State games. But after we were already down by twenty seven point we can't wait till we get down. And then start throwing the ball auto field. We got these receivers we got we need to throw that Thang early. So Monday was Devo. Yeah. Have dabbled Mesa mistakes over the past as is coaching the Clemson thing where they lost games. They may be shutting the laws lost the people. But you know, what he did?.

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"miraz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Our treasures is something that really needs to take place all year long. My first guest today is Angela Smith who is the director of outreach from the national Christian foundation. Welcome to the show today. Angela. Hi, Jill, thanks for having me. I really appreciate being here. And thanks to Ellen Becker for sponsoring the show. This is a great program while you're certainly welcome were excited to hear what you have to say. What are you gonna tell us today? We understand that purpose and passion are a big part of philanthropy. So let's let's just start there. I think it's interesting to understand. Why people do what they do. And oftentimes when what someone does aligns with their gifts and talents kind of that speed sweet spot. If you will then everyone benefits in a nonprofit work. We see so many people living out their passions. And at the same time having a major impact on on people and in the community. So tell us Angela why you do what you do. Yeah. Thanks, jill. Thanks again. For having me here. It's really a privilege and an honor. Let me start by giving you just a little bit of background. So again, my name is Angela Smith. I'm the director of outreach with the national Christian foundation of Wisconsin. We are Brookefield based company nonprofit prior to me being a nonprofit, I spent the first ten years of my career in corporate America, pretty traditional business to business marketing PR events trade shows, traveling a lot doing a lot of fun stuff. But then in two thousand twelve my second son was born it was a really life altering event in my life. He was born with some really severe medical issues. He was really sick in utero ended up having an emergency c section. He spent the first month of his life at children's hospital. They told us he wasn't going to live. All my goodness. He was in the birth to three program with occupational, physical speech therapy for the first three years of his life. It was really a very trying time. And this is your second. Second son. Oh, okay. Yep. He's six now healthy as a horse. You would never know anything happened to him that he had a rough start in life, but kudos to children's exactly children's hospital. But it was really, you know, for me personally. It was what I call. God calling moment. I really felt like he was nudging me and pushing me to give me a little bit of a wakeup call in life to say, what are you doing with your time? Your talent your treasures, you know, the gifts skills and abilities that I've entrusted you with. I was working in corporate America. It was great. It was fine. But I wasn't fulfilled. I wasn't feeling my passion. I wasn't feeling my purpose. And then when our son was so sick. I just thought in this is really a wake up call for me to figure out. What do I want to be doing with the rest of my life? I was in my early thirties at the time. And I thought there has to be more to life than working in corporate America trade show is right. So you're older than your early. You look like you're in your early twenties. I'll take that complement. Thank you. So did you step away from corporate than I did? So I stayed in the position that I was in. But I started doing some nonprofit volunteer work, and I just really wanted to get my feet wet into nonprofit because I was pretty unfamiliar with nonprofit in general, and I thought well, this is a good way to learn how it structured what aboard is like fund development marketing, I had all of these transferable skills with my marketing and Abedin PR background. And I thought well, why can't I do that in a nonprofit setting where I'm really going to be making an impact or or a different somewhere. So I started volunteering just getting more familiar with the nonprofit community making some connections. And then kind of is as God would have it a little bit of lock little bit of guide little bit of online job. Posting led me to national Christian foundation. Okay. And that's where I've been for about the last four and a half years now. Okay. Well, there's a reason everything right? Exac. Well, and and Linda had an interesting story, Linda Miraz who is the president of the national Christian foundation. We've had her on the show before and she kind of had a similar situation in that. She's an attorney by education. Right. But she had a life altering event and ended up shifting her. Focus to philanthropy. Yep. Yes. She in a very serious car accident in nineteen ninety six I believe in that was really again, kind of a wake up call for her to say, you know, what am I doing with my life, and my time my talents my treasures, and she was looking to get out of law, and again kind of a series of events and just, you know, got orchestrated things to kind of lead her into the philanthropic community. I mean, this is never something. I necessarily thought I would be doing you don't know that nonprofit and philanthropy as a whole career path. Right. But it really has been it's it's a privilege and a blessing, and it's it's very fulfilling. Well, and we talk a lot about purpose and passion and philanthropy as a way to bring those together and. Our understanding is that you have some workshops that kind of revolve around this purpose and passion idea you want to tell us about those. Yep. Absolutely. We have a very cool purpose and passion workshop because we understand how important it is for people to align. Their purpose and their passion. We have a specific discovering your purpose and passion workshop specifically a lot of women really seem to like this. We find that women particularly are passionate about aligning their purpose and passion, whether that's professionally personally, maybe it's a little bit of a mix of both. So the the workshop really accomplishes a couple of things it's an opportunity to discover how they can act on what we call kind of hidden generosity opportunities not necessarily financially motivated, although sometimes that does happen, but generosity can expend to time talent and treasure across your life. And so thinking about hidden generosity opportunities and how they might expand on those in different areas of their life filtering. Mm through what their purposes, and maybe they don't know what that is yet in this workshop helps them expand upon that and figure that out learning. Also, how to align? Whatever resources they might have or belief system, they might have with their personal values. And so maybe that's something. They're trying to discover as well we can help through a series of workshops and worksheets and just some of the coaching in the workshop, we find a lot of women really have some very eye opening moments where they have those kind of light bulb moments go on and essentially it really helps them answer two questions. What do you call to do that could be personally or could be professionally and then who you call to serve? So it's the what and the who. And then the who who you call to serve that could be again a variety of of areas. It could be family. You know, maybe there stay at home moms, and they really feel called to serve their families it could possibly be in a professional setting. It could be within their community. Maybe they are in a volunteer capacity. In some short. We look at different groups that they might be interested in serving. So that could be maybe the homeless maybe women who are sex traffic. It's it really expands upon different areas that they can contribute and women often tell us that they leave with a more clear view of who they are as a generous believers, a generous person wife, mom community member whatever role they're serving in. And then what their plan of action as what that looks like for the future. And I think it's important to for people to understand all those facets, you know, the all those things all those places or territories as they say or or mission fields if you will right where you're touching people. Yes. So if you're a stay at home, mom, that's awesome. I mean, your your mission field is your family. And maybe those organizations that you're involved in whether it's outside of church, your profession, you know, all these areas that people have the capacity to have an impact, right? I think it's it's and we had Linda come in. And do a a workshop for our bible study. And it was it was very eye-opening. You have these women say gosh, I didn't know that. That was really something that other people think I'm good at right? And they talk about how it's interesting to have other people tell you what they think you're good at or what you what they think your strengths are. Because sometimes we don't see it ourselves. And that's part of the exercise is going through and doing not only self evaluation, but then peer evaluation as well. And for even people that don't know you that you've just met they might pick up on something. That's interesting. I actually just didn't exercise like that about a month ago. And I thought this is pretty darn accurate for people who only met me a couple of hours ago. Right. And they can pick up on things that we oftentimes mis ourselves or just don't believe that that that we have that strength. Yep. So. Yeah. So so I we we should define our purpose. And our passion that's the ideal place to start. And then we wanna look into different organizations that feed into that passion. Right. And then dive in get involved start somewhere. Learn how to embrace what you're. You're calling this open hands mindset. So stay tuned. And we'll talk about how you can do just.

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"miraz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on WTVN

"It's now a sure that judge Brett cabinet will be the next US supreme court Justice. It will come down to a nearly party line vote. ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill has been a ugly. Brutal political fight that ultimately came down to just a handful of key senators, and for those key swing votes. The decision was agonizing Republican Senator Susan Collins says ultimately there was not enough evidence to back up Christine Blasi Ford's allegations of sexual misconduct. She is a yes. So to is Republican Jeff flake of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, the only democrat to cross the aisle and protesters today on Capitol Hill taking issue with cabinet as public service, but with those allegations of sexual assault and his angry denials before a Senate committee. Rhode Island democratic Senator Jack Reed, Dr Christine blazey Ford. Deborah Miraz and others came forward with serious and credible allegations of sexual assault against him. This body soul. The real judge capital. The vote expected sometime between three and five o'clock this afternoon. First lady, Melania Trump weighing in on the cabinet confirmation as she continues her African tour, I think he's highly qualified for discipline court standing in the desert with the great sphinx behind her and staying in Africa in Congo officials say at least fifty people are dead more than one hundred with second degree burns after a tanker truck. Caught fire. Witnesses say the tanker truck collided with a bus and fuel began to leak villagers rushed into collected. And then that fire broke out in Chicago Jason Van Dyke. A police officer found guilty of second degree murder. And over a dozen counts of aggravated battery in connection with the shooting death of African American team Kwon MacDonald for years ago. Van Dyke testified he believed. Mcdonald's was lunching. Adam refused come cut request to drop a knife. His next hearing at the end of the month. You're listening to ABC news..

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"miraz" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Chris Wray is a former Yale alumnus like cavenaugh as is deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein who worked with cavenaugh on the Ken Starr pursuit of Bill Clinton, true or not. Trump claimed the FBI had free rein. Amid reports. The interviews had been limited to four or five people. The first two accusers, one witness on behalf of Dr Ford and two witnesses for Brad Kavanagh, including alleged assault eyewitness Mark judge in the end, the f. b. FBI spoke to neither Cavanaugh nor Dr fort. Experienced FBI prosecutors, say never before, has the FBI been told to whom it could speak into whom it could not never before had the FBI. In one of these background checks been told what to examine what to ignore witnesses came forward to tell the FBI what they knew, but got little or no response as confusion reigned at the FBI over what it could or could not do by Monday afternoon came word, the White House at authorized the FBI to follow all leads. The only limitation now being that one week time limit, which while unwise is normally enough time, but by Jews day night with word, the FBI investigation might end that night or the following day dozens of witnesses had still not been contacted by the bureau, nor were they able to get in touch with the right people to say what they had to contribute. And now that the FBI investigation is over those people have still been ignored. Some forty witnesses ignored now including another former college roommate of Kavanagh's, James Roach. Says, cabin all lied under oath about his drinking at about the meaning of yearbook entries that include the sex terms booth and devil's triangle. The lawyers for Dr Ford were begging to be contacted because by Tuesday night, they still hadn't heard from the FBI despite their own many attempts to get through and they never did hear from the FBI Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell repeated his vow to vote on cavenaugh Friday without any further delay with a final vote on Saturday. Apparently, regardless of the outcome of a suspicious investigation. In addition to Kavanagh's ex-roommate, Mark, judge agents have spoken with Chad leading tone of former drinking buddy of Kavanagh's who says the nominee has lied to congress about his drinking leading says he was deeply troubled by and cringed at cabinets testimony under oath. He described cavenaugh as a frequent and heavy drinker who got belligerent and aggressive, and he called Kavanagh's explanation, a blatant mischaracterization ludden. Description of a bar fight involving alcohol started by Cavanaugh is now supported by a nineteen eighty five police report from the New Haven, Connecticut police department Bret has not told the truth says Levingston London says, Kavanagh's drinking should not be an issue in a confirmation hearing thirty six years after the fact, but that lying about the congress of the age of fifty. Three is an issue the drinking by cavenaugh that Republicans wanted the FBI to stay away from returned in the public's eye as the center point of this investigation. Hoping to speak with the FBI was Elizabeth raise or a former girlfriend of cavenaugh roomy Mark judge. She never got to speak either. She wanted to substantiate the claims of gang rape that she says, we're at allegedly, at least witnessed by Mark judge and by cavenaugh. Now, a New York public schoolteacher. Miss razor came forward after she heard her ex boyfriend, Mark judge tell what she says is a lie about cavenaugh. She says, Mark judge confessed to her about the incident and expressed his shame at having been part of it. She says, Mark is lying now when he says he doesn't remember the incident. Another former Yale student has come forward to support the claims of third accuser. Deborah Ramirez, saying the account she's given already matches in detail the account she shared with him after that alleged incident all those years ago. The f. b. i. also didn't look at what NBC news found that Brad Kavanagh was trying to quash the allegation of that third accuser. Deborah Miraz in July months before the allegation was made public, which appears to mean cavenaugh lied when he denied knowing about Ramirez allegation until September twenty third NBC news which has led the reporting on this story as seen emails from cavenaugh recruiting friends.

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"miraz" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Sense that the process is unfair that she never got a chance to tell it in any kind of Nash. Forum yesterday before the Senate Judiciary committee. Brett Cavanaugh blamed the media for heightening the allocations and the the intensity of the scrutiny he was facing. And then as no doubt was expected, if not plant came a long series of false last minute smears designed to scare me and drive me out of the process before any hearing occurred crazy stuff, gangs, illegitimate children, fights on boats in Rhode Island's, all nonsense reported breathlessly and often uncritically by the media. Judge Kevin said that a lot of the stuff that the locations against him are all uncorroborated. I think in your reporting, you've said this may not be proven, but that it is corroborated. What corroboration did you have for the accusations of Deborah Ramirez? What happened in New Haven? So many years ago. Shiffer for Dipper Ramirez. I spoke to another classmate who was in the same dorm who remembered very distinctly thirty five years ago hearing about it either that night of the party or the next day or the next day after that. And he, he is a very credible distinguished person at this point. And I said to him, are you sure that it was about bread cabinet? He said, I am one hundred percent. Sure. But the problem you get is that there's a party here that is being alleged and and you've got other guys who were involved, and I know their names from having us you, Bonin, pharaoh, Mike, Mike partner on the story interviewed Debra Miraz, and they won't go on the record, denying it, but they'll say on background, they weren't there. But then of course, the thing is the dilemma for reporter is your you. I mean, frankly, you're never gonna find people. Who are implicated in some kind of embarrassing and potentially criminal situation to stand up and say, yes, I participated in it. And so did this friend of mine who is about to be confirmed to the supreme court? It it, you know, be nice if people acted like that, but it's it's very rare which is why. Of course, there's the the call came out from Deborah Ramirez as it did from Christine Blasi for bringing the FBI because people will say one thing to a reporter, you know, oh, I don't remember basically is what people will say. And then when they're under oath and being interviewed by the FBI and they could go to jail, if they lie, they might. They might tell a little more in in, you know, recent days the censorship me explaining why they didn't call Ramirez. Ford said, lay. We really tried to get her to talk to us. We thought we wanted to make it happen and it didn't. It didn't. She ultimately didn't wanna cooperate. And today's. Story, you're saying not exactly how that played out? No, we, we got the Email correspondence back and forth between Deborah Ramirez, lawyers and the judiciary committee staff, which you know the committee's the the chairmanship is in in it's it's a Republican run committee. And if you take a look at the emails back and forth, it's hard not to come away thinking that they far preferred for her to stay in Boulder Colorado than take a step towards Washington DC and tells her story. They basically kept saying sure, we'll take a phone call from you as soon as you send all of the evidence that you have of this and her lawyer would say, well, can can we get on the phone? Because we're frayed if we send you the evidence we have in essence, they would give it to Bret Cavanaugh who was preparing for the hearings and they needed to know that there was some kind of assurance that there was a fair process there and and in in the end of the day. Communications broke down and the committee never got on the phone with her lawyers. Fascinating. I do want in about a minute that we have left before after relinquish you ask you a bit, you know your coverage of Clarence Thomas. So important understanding of that episode American history..

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"miraz" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Interview as if it's enough guy investigation. A Fox News interview is not an FBI investigation. They didn't even ask all the relevant questions and the fact that he downplayed his drinking while his best friend wrote a whole book about their drug behavior. The fact that his college roommate said that he would come home drunken and would come home belligerent at the. Fact that he said about Mr. Miraz and this is again Bret Kevin college roommate said, I believe because she has the kind of personality. She was kind. She was awful. She couldn't imagine her making this up. That's called corroborating evidence. It's things you hear and listen to and then assess, who do I believe that your job. Now, this is not a quarter law. We're not proving beyond a reasonable doubt. No one's going to jail. This is about do deserve the promotion. Do you deserve this job opportunity to be spring court Justice to have a lifetime appointment to make fundamental decisions about women's rights for perhaps decades to come? Do you have the privilege to serve? Not whether you're gonna be convicted in law. So every time you hear Fox News, oh, innocent, assume you're innocent can have to have proved beyond reasonable doubt. They're trying to confuse voters. They're trying to confuse people across this country. That's not. This is not what this is about this about. Do you believe he's August? Do you believe he has the character of a lifetime appointment. Do you think is stories and adding up and based on hearing from these two women, these strong credible women and their stories, and all the property evidence believe them. Kirsten gillibrand. Thank you so much for joining me. From where I cabinet vote stands this hour joined by sung-min, Kim, whose Capitol Hill report the Washington Post and Adam gentlemen, former deputy chief of staff to democratic leader. Harry Reid an atom I've been, I've been following your commentary on this as someone who spent a lot of time working on the other side for Mitch McConnell knows him well news, his staff. Well, I wanna play you a question. He got today about whether has the votes and get your response to take a listen. We're going to be moving forward. I'm confident we're going to win confident. He will be confirmed in the very near future. Do you have fifty votes to confirm judge cabin? I believe you'll be confirmed. Yes. You didn't answer the question there and what do you think. Yeah, I think he didn't answer the question because he doesn't have fifty votes. I think what he's betting is that he can get fifty votes when he calls the vote and what he's doing here is an extremely aggressive strategy against his own members. And what's interesting about this is that this is the same strategy that Mitch McConnell employed on health care repeal. He called the vote when he didn't have the votes betting that he could put some combination of Collins Rakowski and McCain on the spot force them on the carpet to vote the way he wanted them to vote and they didn't. I think a big issue here is that senators do not take kindly to being called on the carpet. What happens from here remains to be seen, but I think it's very clear that he doesn't have the votes right now sung men. We just got word that the committee chair Chuck Grassley has noticed vote for Friday, which means procedurally, giving enough warning for that. Senator Harris of California saying that reacting that saying, Republicans just announced a committee vote at nine thirty AM on Friday lesson.

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"miraz" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on The Industry

"Istar. As for cannon films. It was business as usual. The next Monday after the fallout with Hoffman, they took out two more welcome to the cannon family adds. One of them announced the signing of Diane Keaton for a movie called housekeeping, and the other welcomes Peter Boyle for citizen. Joe. This was going to be a sequel to the nineteen seventy acclaimed movie Joe, which he had also made for cannon films. Both of these movies by the way were also never made Elwin. Leonard would get an adaptation of one of his books made by canon in nineteen eighty six, fifty. Two pick up with ROY. Scheider was released that year. But more interesting and much more relevant here is that Leonard would take his experiences in dealing with Dustin Hoffman and channel them into a new book that would become a movie in nineteen ninety-five, Get Shorty in it. The character of egocentric actor. Martin we're played by Danny de Vito was based on Hoffman. Wall to Miraz did try again to get LeBron made in nineteen ninety five after the success of Get Shorty this time, trying an adaptation done by buck Henry, but it was to no avail looking back on his time trying to get it done in the nineteen eighties mirrors concluded that Dustin Hoffman was less interested in making a movie as he was in talking about making a movie. And despite there being many Elmore Leonard adaptations since nineteen eighty six, including out of sight, Jackie Brown and the Get Shorty sequel, be cool. There has still not been one for LeBron. And.

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Waiting For Hoffman

The Industry

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Waiting For Hoffman

"Istar. As for cannon films. It was business as usual. The next Monday after the fallout with Hoffman, they took out two more welcome to the cannon family adds. One of them announced the signing of Diane Keaton for a movie called housekeeping, and the other welcomes Peter Boyle for citizen. Joe. This was going to be a sequel to the nineteen seventy acclaimed movie Joe, which he had also made for cannon films. Both of these movies by the way were also never made Elwin. Leonard would get an adaptation of one of his books made by canon in nineteen eighty six, fifty. Two pick up with ROY. Scheider was released that year. But more interesting and much more relevant here is that Leonard would take his experiences in dealing with Dustin Hoffman and channel them into a new book that would become a movie in nineteen ninety-five, Get Shorty in it. The character of egocentric actor. Martin we're played by Danny de Vito was based on Hoffman. Wall to Miraz did try again to get LeBron made in nineteen ninety five after the success of Get Shorty this time, trying an adaptation done by buck Henry, but it was to no avail looking back on his time trying to get it done in the nineteen eighties mirrors concluded that Dustin Hoffman was less interested in making a movie as he was in talking about making a movie. And despite there being many Elmore Leonard adaptations since nineteen eighty six, including out of sight, Jackie Brown and the Get Shorty sequel, be cool. There has still not been one for LeBron. And.

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"miraz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on AP News

"A percentage of their salary over a set period of time it potentially gives colleges the greater incentive to help students find high earning jobs after graduation because a higher salary means the school may recoup its investment in a shorter period of time income share agreements can be less risky for students especially if they end up in a lower paying job or struggle to find work after graduation While students are unemployed or earning. Below a certain threshold they don't have to pay, anything back rock singer Chris Cornell will be honored with a statue in his hometown of Seattle The lead singer for Soundgarden and audio sleep killed himself after a. Concert last year cornell's wife says the statue will be unveiled in August at Seattle's museum, of pop culture Vicky Cornell commissioned sculptor Nick Miraz to create a life size bronze statue she says it's her family's gift. To the tight knit community that gave him his start Thailand wants to control how movies portrayed the. Ordeal of the young soccer players and the heroic rescue from a, flooded cave the twelve boys and their coach were trapped in the cave for almost three. Weeks before being rescued the rescue was a rare bit of. Feel good news from Thailand which has been mired in political conflict and heavy-handed military rule for more than, a decade the. Story drew worldwide interest and the attention of foreign filmmakers, so Thailand's culture minister said he'll propose a special. Committee to be established to oversee the production of films documentaries and video Ios meanwhile the deputy prime minister said he wants to make. Sure the young soccer players and those associated with them are not bothered while they're going through a period of mental rehabilitation Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and. Podcast one while there be sure to subscribe.

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"miraz" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Number two was marquel folks mysterious injury very mysterious the quite lynyrd thing was number three the chris paul finding the secrets huddled thing was number two i think that was big bigger than mark careful it's been a long season kevin iran burner account yeah jr smith suspended for drawing a bowl of soup damon jones ab so funny watching jay i'll go back to the bench and like us go with our boy good play him and damon johnny b exchanges w well lebron james essentially is on course strike for the entire month of january and efforts to get half of his team traded think about it maybe play not know pairs for lebron they could use it bound jason kidd gets fire and tells everybody who will listen that jaanus has tried to save his job bobby portis punches nicole why is that high i don't know i mean it is weird but may be a beha yeah especially over the next one bobby portis pressing the chola miraz in the face practice then they become the best duo in the nba five days after fire into wayne casey following a sweep to the cavaliers the raptors not a tweet congratulate him for being a fine yeah eric bledsoe i don't wanna be here i should be high about that didn't and then not just say it's been a long season there nearly we've been we've done everything hotdog thing what happened there was the well leaves the mavericks locker room a half tied to pick up a hot dog.

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"miraz" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Global what i would call world masters they want to put their spin on it so it's kind of like if you will a super nassar a supernatural a daily in dialectic they control the narrative and they control the outcome if the truth is thrown into a controlled narrative then people have to think in the last thing that the people that are trying to destroy five and a half billion people on the planet want is thinking individuals therefore the zomba vacation of the american masses and pretty much a lot of the world through television through sound sonic and and and all of the different if you will reprogramming of the brains the electromagnetic fields generated by four gm five g obviously i net the five g net and the if you will the total encapsulation of the planet and electronic surveillance state that they want to know everything they wanna know what you think they want to be able to put thoughts into your mind they wanna be able to control whoever's left alive now obviously god is declaring that isn't going to happen but it's going to seem like up until a certain point until he literally says enough that all hell is breaking loose and i suggest you that all hell is breaking it is the end times and and it's we're not quote as they say in the south we're not fixing to get there we are there and again this whole issue of trans humanism this book i got to say this this is my final future as definition maybe your best job i would say it and i would say it's a composite new well researched piece and how vaccinations play into it and look here's the thing i'm not talking about just vaccines against diseases but i'm talking about the introduction of other than human genetic material because already in japan they've got approval to mix human body parts into animals right and those are called chi miraz and all my true legends book and series of tapes is been i the most i guess you'd say sought after thing worldwide and when we had our conference in branson last year that we're having this year we had i think people from i don't know twenty five nations there and.

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"miraz" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"miraz" Discussed on Little Atoms

"To do this and to get to aspires together though eat each other it and so so what they did the scientists is took the gene for making spider silk and ajax in it into a the cells of a goat and so the go in her milk makes spider silk which is then extracted and so this is an example of blending do things together in the same way that the greeks made uh you know mythical miraz by planning to animals together it's now happening in real life can can walk on the ceilings as a by tony this oh side this stayed with jim venue janette takes place in in in this section we will says he now a number of all tests commented on the idea of the various sort of ethical questions about manipulation of the of the human genome and they soon of way by crain things that have genetic off yes i mean we we don't in the book go too much into the some of the effort will come a consequences of human creativity because our basic feeling is an optimistic one that overall although humans have a dark side of we deal with many kinds of complexities and moral dilemmas the world is actually constantly being made better by these working of our imagination and that if any of your listeners were given the choice of living now or in two thousand b c london uh they wouldn't choose to be back then with a high child mortality in a very short lifespan and no little adams podcast known so you know we have a lot of work to do as a species to make the world much much better than it is.

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