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No tuition increases at five Kentucky universities
"Students attending college in Kentucky won't see their tuition go up state officials say basically freezing college tuition for students at several universities in Kentucky what the financial toll caused by the corona virus pandemic as the reason behind their decision tuition will stay the same at northern Kentucky university Kentucky state university Moorhead state university Murray state university and western Kentucky university meanwhile the university of Kentucky university of Louisville and eastern Kentucky are still working on their tuition
"moorhead" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"But we're not going to be based on the NCAA calendar Star positionally meeting with them again until a little bit further down the road so. You know right now. We're recruiting our tails off or Kinda watching the things. We didn't Spring Ball Kinda anticipating that time. We're GONNA. Be Able to get back together with them and. You know then really. Say. It's a refresher course, but you're you're not. There's four days worth of spring. CUT UPS. You're not going to do that. So you're gonNA Kinda take that. proposed spring ball installation calendar that you had in. We're kind of modifying to get ready for for for those walkers and propel can't can you be sending out? You know ipad playbook. Can you be sending out notes like what? What is the process like to keep players sort of engaged intellectually with what they can expect. Come Fall Camp. You know we. We kind of cut the time you know you always you know there's discretionary week and things like that. You're not able to get with them. And we certainly did all of that, but during the I think all the zoom meetings that we've done the past. You know whatever timeframe was. We were allowed to write really us to slow down and kind of be very detail oriented and are teaching approach, and sometimes we would have meetings where we would only get through to replays, and that was fantastic because you were meeting so many times a week for a certain amount of time that you weren't rushing to get to get on the field of practices. You were really not bound by any constrain of. You know getting on the field that makes sense so you could really really slow down the teaching of it and I thought. In. Very, difficult times, that was a positive aspect of something that hasn't slowed down. Because it never will slow down is recruiting, so you are! You're new to Eugene. You're new to a program you're asked in. You. Know I'm sure it's difficult enough to sort of hit the ground running with something. That's at least at first unfamiliar, but you're convincing kids to come play for you. Complain a system that they haven't really fully. Fully seen with the personnel that you now have how his recruiting been in this in this new world, obviously Oregon has really done a great job bus far, but know for you personally. What does that experience been like? Let's been fantastic and and I remember a few years ago. The big question was can the guy from Pennsylvania come the Mississippi and recruit Yup. We responded with three top twenty five classes and. The Classes school history so to me. There's you start with how much positive? You know. The city, the school you know the success coach Chris Ball, you know the offense scheme. You know winning the Rosebowl. Finish number five in the country then. Certainly our track record of success in the system over the years I think he combined all those things and. It makes Oregon a very variable very very. Attractive destination for kids who were looking all right final question. What have been your impressions in the short time of Eugene Oregon your new home town you. Have you found meals you like? Have you found parks to walk a dog? You know, have you? Have you found at least some sort of routine in a very strange time with a with a brand new job? You're begging for routine. Accuser reduced like Groundhog Day. It's I mean it's incredibly temperate. I mean. You're situated Eugene that Yoshida's forty five minutes to the to the West you know there's there's mountains and trails and kind of outdoorsy stuff, which comes from Pittsburgh wasn't really kind of my. Family likes sad so as long as they're happy with that part of it. I'm happy Yes, early it's IT'S A. when I say unique in a very positive way, 'cause. There's so many different things to do here. We really kind of taken to Eugene pretty quick with Joe. Moorhead, thank you very much for your time and and good luck. Her Shea Dan. Thank you very much all right. That was my conversation with Joe Moorhead. Thank you again of course to Joe and thank you to all of you for listening. Listening to the show always just a thrilled to nerd out about all things XS and Os, and putting together a team and recruiting, and especially the different world that we now live in how coaches are trying to navigate everything as they prepare hopefully for a season and seriously. Thank you for listening. If you like the show, please by all means. Share it with friends like the really really good friends you. You have send them a link. Tell them to subscribe. If you like it, slap it on. Read it. Slap it on Instagram facebook twitter, whatever every little bit helps as we ramp things up, follow us, of course it solid verbal pretty much everywhere. You look up solid verbal on facebook twitter instagram. We're GONNA find us. You'RE GONNA. Find are very handsome mugs. We did post a picture of I think it's. 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Emergency meeting held in South Korea after North threatens military action
"At least half a dozen baseball teams are ready to take the field major league teams and their affiliates may be shut down but but an an independent independent circuit circuit is is set set to to open open on on July July third third with with some some fans fans in in the the seats seats the the American American association association says says six six teams teams will will play play in in three three hubs hubs at at least least at at the the start start of of the the season Minnesota St Paul saints will play home games at Sioux falls stadium along with the South Dakota Sioux falls canaries Manitoba's Winnipeg Goldeyes will be based at Newman outdoor field with north Dakota's Fargo Moorhead redhawks and the Chicago dogs will split play home games at the ballpark Commons with the Milwaukee milkman Rhonda rocks to reporting
Eilean Mor Lighthouse Keepers - Scotland
"Setting for this story revolves around the Flan in aisles. Lighthouse the seventy five foot. Lighthouse was constructed between eighteen ninety five and eighteen ninety nine and cost about six thousand nine hundred pounds sterling which is a great British pounds and that's equivalent to about million dollars in two thousand nineteen money The Lighthouse was first lit on December seventh eighteen ninety nine so this lighthouse sits on. I lean more which literally means large island in Scottish Gaelic and is part of the plan. An aisles. A small island chain on the west coast of mainland Scotland. The islands have been devoid of permit residents since the automation of the flat. Isles Lighthouse in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. So Joe Have you ever bad into the Scotland? Scotland or Ireland. I have I have not either. It's like a lot of things it's on the list. The aisles provide nesting population of seabirds most notably the Atlantic. Puffins there is also a population of rabbits brought to the island by the lighthouse keepers other than Sea Birds in rabbits. There's no real hostile animals on the on the island so That'll rule out any kind of animal attack in the story. Yeah the island of Eileen more for centuries was regarded as a magical place with cer- a certain powerful aura surrounding it sheep herders. Who are the only ones knowns regularly visit? The island called it the other country and believed to be populated by spirits a fairy folk elves and supernatural beans as well as giant birds. Which were said to prowl the area so sounds like a pretty terrifying island. I actually don't want to visit it now. What's funny is it's really small islands just kind of flat. Yeah I won't say flee it's not like plateau wish but I mean it's not like it's huge and jagged so it's kind of funny to think about you think about people back then and there's not much going on so their imagination goes wild. Yeah that's all I can think of is like if you're a sheep herder and you gotta go to the island with your sheep every now and then like you've nothing else to do in expert thinking about this stuff. Yeah it's probably like a self fulfilling myth they hear it from somebody and then you know they probably morphed into these crazy. Stories of supernatural means giant birds over centuries of elephants. Yeah so Yeah the sheep herders and fishermen who visited the island were said to US special rituals to protect themselves from these magical island inhabitants and were said to communicate with them through a special dialect just for this purpose so these guys taking it serious yeah. They formed their own language to to speak with these spirits. So nine thousand nine hundred style. Lopping yeah there. You Go Even before the incident at the lighthouse there have been several stories about mysterious creatures and other things that gave people pause about the island so it sounds like if you lived back in that time. It's it's not somewhere he'd go with your family for vacation. You'd probably try to avoid the island. Yeah I think it exists solely basically to provide the lighthouse and to keep shifts from basically crashing into this island chain. So we'll talk about the lighthouse keepers of the. Eileen more they had if you can imagine a relatively easy job they worked in shifts with three men on and one enjoying two weeks off at all times. Okay so they're always three guys there in one guy off going back. Home was on the island at the time. The three men working that lighthouse that day. Where James do qat? He's forty three years old. Donald MacArthur Forty and Thomas Marshall. Who's twenty eight so I'm GonNa go right into the time line since it was a long time ago? It's based off of diary entries and captain's logs of the boat that was approaching to relieve a one of the men at the lighthouse. So on December Fifteenth Nineteen Hundred Captain Holman aboard the American steamboat. The Ark tour pass by Eileen Moore and notice that the lighthouse was out of operation so this is December fifteenth home and sent out a wireless telegram informing the mainland of the issue. It was for unknown. Reasons not immediately passed onto the northern Lighthouse board which is who is in charge of administering lighthouse. In addition to this First Oversight The lighthouses regularly monitored by telescope from the nearby. Lewes island by a guy named Roderick. Mackenzie Mackenzie had failed to notice that the light was out. The assumption is that there was thick mist in the area had obstructed views since it was just by a telescope for over a week. Known was sure what had happened on the island so they noticed the light was on the fifteenth. Yeah on December twenty sixth in one thousand nine hundred Captain Jim Harvey was bringing the fourth attendant. Joseph more so that has no relation to the name of the island is just coincidence. That the guy's name was more and they're going to the Eileen more so he was going to the lighthouse as the relief Attendant as the ship approached the island. He noted that something was off the re. The relief flag was not flying and no one was waiting the arrival at the landing of the more so he sounded the whistle on the boat and shot a flare to try and catch lighthouse keepers attention but the island continued to remain silent. So Joseph Moore wrote ashore in a row boat and went up the stairs from the from where he docks the boat that went up to lighthouse and according to reports from more himself. The replacement lighthouse keeper suffered an overwhelming sense of foreboding on his long. Walk up to the top of the cliff so he can almost feel. There is something not right so once at the lighthouse more notice something was immediately wrong the door the lighthouses unlocked and in the entrance hall. Two of three oilskin coats were missing. More continued onto the kitchen area where he found a half eaten food in an overturned chair. Almost as if someone jumped from their seat in a hurry to add to this particular scene the kitchen clock it also stopped more. Continue to search the rest the lighthouse but found no sign of lighthouse keepers. He ran back to the ship to inform Captain Harvey who subsequently ordered a search. The Island for the missing men known was ever found Harvey. This is the captain. The ship quickly sent back telegram to the mainland which in turn was forwarded to the northern Lighthouse Board headquarters in Edinburgh the Telegraph read. A dreadful accident has happened at the Flanigan's the three keepers Kat Marshall and the occasion and the occasional have disappeared from the island on our arrival there. This afternoon. No sign of life was to be seen on the island fired a rocket but as no responses made managed to land more who went up to the station but found no keepers there. The clocks were stopped and other signs indicated that an accident must have happened about a week ago. Poor fellows they must bend blown over the cliffs or drawn trying to secure a crane or something like that night coming on. We could not wait to make something as to their fate. I have left more McDonald and boy master in two seamen on the island to keep the light burning until you make other arrangements will not return to Obama until I hear from you. I have repeated this wire to moorhead in case you're not at home. I will remain at the Telegraph office tonight until it closes. If you wish to wire me. So that was his telegram a few days later Robert. Morehead the Board Superintendent who both recruited knew. All three men personally departed for the island to investigate the disappearance. His investigation of the lighthouse found nothing over and above. What more had already reported that is except for lighthouses? Lock so this work. It's interesting muirhead immediately. Noticed that the last few days of entries entries were very unusual on the twelfth of December. Thomas Marshall the second assistant wrote of severe wins the likes of which he had never seen before in twenty years he also noticed that James do cut the principal keeper had been very quiet and that the Third Assistant William MacArthur had been crying. I'm just picturing the scene it. It just reminds me of In movies where there's like people can find somewhere. How before something really bad happens. They're all just acting really strange and yeah. They started to go mad a little bit. Yeah yeah that's that's I I'm with you and that's exactly what I was thinking. So what's really strange about? The final remarks was that William Macarthur was a season Mariner it was known on the Scottish mainland as a tough brawler. So why would he be crying about a storm? And that's I mean if you can just imagine if you go there now yeah I mean bar fights drinking that type of thing so you have this guy here. That's like a big tough guy. You know brought to tears over a storm. I mean initially people from Scotland. There tough tough people. This is a third hand story that someone I know that's from Ireland. Told me you know like when they say tough brawler this happened. I ten fifteen years ago. He was in a bar in Scotland in this American walked in and kind of like a Dorky looking American and ask where the bathroom was and apparently somebody in the park didn't like that and literally bottled him. And that bottling is just. They broke a beer bottle over the back of his head. I don't know the story is true. But that's sound like stereotypical Scotland Bar. Like so I I believe it. Yeah WanNa believe it soccer team just lost and they're pissed off and yeah football team. Mike you'RE GONNA get body falls. Sorry but yeah. They're tough so log entries on the thirteenth December state at the storm is still raging and that offer men had been praying but why would three experience lighthouse keeper safely situated under Brand New Light House? That was one hundred fifty feet above sea level. Be Praying for storm to stop. This should be perfectly safe in theory. Even more particular peculiar is that there were no reported. Storms in the area on the Twelfth Thirteenth Fourteenth of December. In fact the weather was calm in the storms that were to batter. The island didn't hit until December seventeenth. So that's kind of what get strange about this because it's not some island off the mill nowhere. Yeah it's very close to mainland. So they would know if there were storms like that actually occurring at that time. Yeah and like you said they were all very experienced. They were stationed in a brand New Light House. That I'm sure the lighthouse still standing to this
Mississippi State fires Moorhead after 2 seasons
"Looking for employment today is former Mississippi state head coach Joe Moore head after two seasons he was fired for going fourteen
"moorhead" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Fargo Moorhead west Fargo it's not a news I'm Steve Rappaport nine witnesses scheduled to publicly testified this week in the impeachment inquiry of president trump Democrats are particularly interested in hearing from ambassador to the E. U. Gordon song he's the first witness in the inquiry who's allied with president trump being both a political appointee and a friend of the president unlike the career diplomats we've heard from so far someone who's had multiple direct discussions with both the president and Rudy Giuliani about Ukraine boxes Gillian Turner in Washington the U. S. changing its policy on Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank this tablets meant of Israeli civilian settlements in the west bank is not per se inconsistent with international law secretary of state Mike Pompeii alley that's his government is expressing no view of the legal status of any individual settlement most of the international community considers those settlements to be illegal America is listening to fox news here is your WCF G. three day forecast from weather ology dot com mostly cloudy skies expected tonight as lows drop to thirty four degrees and then we'll just see partly cloudy skies on Tuesday with a high of forty Wednesday brings us a little bit cooler temperatures with the rain snow mix at thirty seven and we're looking at just partly cloudy skies on Thursday with a high of twenty eight blue skies and sunshine on Friday from the flank weather center I'm meteorologist Jeff Nordine on AM eleven hundred the flag currently it's forty degrees thrifty white community health corner your source for reliable health information for you or someone you care about it's not too late to get your flu shot November and December are busy months with holidays and family gatherings you don't want to miss.
"moorhead" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Fargo Moorhead west Fargo it's ten o'clock president trump railing again against the house impeachment inquiry as Democrats released transcripts of closed door testimony hundreds of pages of new transcripts give more insight into the president's call with Ukraine's leader they show lieutenant colonel Alex been men who listen to the conversation was concerned a possible oval office meeting between the two was being used as leverage for an investigation into the bite and Sox's rainbow again health officials think they know what's been causing so many deaths from vaping its vitamin E. acetate found in fluid taken from the loans of twenty nine patients Scott Becker of the association of public health laboratories this investigation has been very challenging because there are so many different constituents and and things that are in this product fight of any acetates often found in skin cream but can damage lungs when inhaled while they thing America's listening to fox news your is your W. zero G. three day forecast mostly cloudy and dry dark tonight one of the low temperature is twenty six chance of a light rain or snow shower on Saturday with a high forty one in by Saturday night the trial with a low eighteen mostly cloudy partly sunny on Sunday highs twenty two partly sunny on Monday with a high right around thirteen from the lake what things on our go on the more than hundred like right now thirty two this is an outdoor issues with near Roberts and North Dakota game and fish now refile just recollection good beer garden season is our theme of the week great again one of those annual requirements of course is blaze orange clothing yeah that's right another popular question and you know one of the requirements that's required bar north North Dakota state law is win your hunting with your dear gun tag and also with the muzzle loader tag you must wear both hats in an outer garment above the waist totaling at least four hundred square inches of solid daylight fluorescent orange and one of the common questions that we get is camouflage blaze orange acceptable and it is not so again when you're out there deer hunting the more blaze orange the better and a reminder to you bowl hunters as well when your bowl hunting during the deer gun season you also need to wear that blaze orange and meet that requirement four hundred inches above the waistline and also I had all right good stuff creek and a lot more on deer season information when we come back it's always game day a buffalo wild wings of mine out will sit in Dickinson what does game day me it's where fans do football we have dozens of cold beer on tap twenty plus wing flavors a menu of tantalizing sandwiches and wraps and every game everywhere there's never been a better time to be a fan buffalo wild wings in Minot Williston and Dickinson it's game.
Apple tastes success with iPhone 11, increases orders to meet demand
"For once. The rumors round the iphone positive often report suggests lagging demand but this time with expectations muted rumor has it that those new iphones could be more popular than many expected with the Nikkei now reporting that apple told suppliers to increase production of the new iphone eleven lineup by as much as ten in percent or eight million units to better than expected demand. The rise in orders is apparently driven by the lowest end iphone eleven as well as iphone eleven pro. Oh with the iphone eleven pro Max orders having been slightly revised down. CEO Tim Cook himself told a German publication justice week that sales were off to a very we strong start in his words that we didn't disclose specific sales figures these new iphones post a faster processor longer lasting batteries improved camera systems and and the iphone eleven the successor to the ten was price fifty dollars lower at six hundred and ninety nine dollars Deutsche Bank analysts saying that year over year growth in I phone revenues looks increasingly more reasonable. If this report proves to be true investors of course have piled in apple has now soared more than forty percent this year ear questions remain though about demand for example in China while we already offers a five g handset other Chinese vendors will soon launch five G. Devices to Tech Tech analyst Patrick Moorhead says competition from those Chinese companies offering five G. smartphones could impact a man for the new iphone Eleven Lineup Melissa back to you all right. Josh thank you Josh Lipton. All its trade apple here tim well so. JP Morgan was out there talking about actually that iphone shipments could be higher. This was an upgrade this just by the way this is a chart guys that everybody thought broken down and maybe going to get those new highs so we'll see jerry still out but I do think when you talk about this company people don't have necessarily they have not increased their expectations on shipments anytime reasonable recently meanwhile the refresh cycle the new phone cycle and when you get into the five G. phones for next year. It really could be callous for a company that granted what we've been saying. The catalyst has been has been service related and capital markets related and I think those are also on the socks that chart looks. It's pretty Nice Carnegie Project. We we go you cars. phonics sake like Dan. Can we chart. I listen I said I think that you get back to that prior. High from September when it was two thirty three ended a forty percent peak to trough decline in three months guys. That was the largest market cap cap company in the world that Lonzo four talking about that. We're talking about right now. Tim Come on. Let's talk you just here does talk about China okay what their market share in China's six and a half percent there number five behind named you never even heard of like chow me and apoe all this sort of stuff stuff so if China's not coming back for them. North America's saturated on the most iterative yourself. I'm not buying it here to get to all time highs Alan charters good. We approach that hi four months ago we reapproach we approach again and then how about a would you rather at all as our Ken. Would you rather yeah I'd rather I'd rather have the SNP this
U.S. Special Forces Battle Against ISIS Turns to Containment, and Concern
"Story came to me from sources within the special forces community, and they told me the story about how they were on a operated in two thousand and ten who's Marsha Afghanistan. There's a huge clearing operation was a big deal in the press at the time, and obviously, a big deal for the military as well that they were clearing through this insurgent stronghold in Afghanistan. It was considered the insurgent capital at the time and a special forces OD, a special forces team from third special forces group was working with the Kanak commandos, who are Afghanistan's national counterterrorism force. They are like they're kind of like their version of tier one their premier counterterrorism team. And Afghan, government of Afghantistan will deploy Kanak and their special forces advisers with them wherever they're needed around the country, then, you know, they're kind of like an you. They could be a quick reaction force. They can go they can go put out fires wherever they need to do that. Well said, so they are down there. Of course, for this big operation down in Marsha. They can't Moorhead they go down to camp bastion, and stage out of there, where the special forces piece of that mission is being run out of the AO be at that camp. It's a obese the advanced operating base, and that's where all the staff officers are where the logistical hub is going to run the whole operation so attached to the ODA that's going out to hit a objective. The objective is thunderdome. They have an attachment to them, and because the ODA's are working on these big large scale operations with the Afghans. They sometimes get attachments, basically there to help them out. And in this case, it was a navy seal a seal sniper, and they told me that it was Gallagher. Okay, gone on this operation with them. So the joint Afghan-American force, they push up to this road intersection, which is objective. Thunderdome. And capture a house there that they're going to use as kind of their staging ground out in the field for this operation, so they come in and captured this area. And chief Gallagher. I'm told was up on the roof with other special forces members. And there's a lot of Afghan national army an guys driving down the road through this road. Intersection to participate in the operation. And they said that chief Gallagher popped off shot at an and one round actually went through the rear window of a high locks embedded in the dashboard, which. Not a great start now. And then throughout the that that day and into the next morning. There was a farmer nearby kind of middle aged guy and whenever there was a lull in the firefight. Whenever there's a low and fighting this farmer would come out with his ho and it start working his land. Farming farming waits for no man war be damned. Yeah. In other another day in Afghanistan, and the interpreter for the team kept telling this civilian like go back inside. It's not safe out here. Of course. Not, and he'd keep coming back out, anytime. There's a law when fire according to my sources.
University of Georgia fraternity expels 4 members over racist video
"Three the national office of tau Kappa Epsilon expels four members of its university of Georgia chapter after the students use Twitter to circulate a racist. Video before students on the video slapped each other with a belt as they mock slavery using the N word in the phrase pick by cotton. The university has also suspended the T K E chapter on campus from all Greek activities that fraternities national office released a statement calling the remarks on the video disgusting. President Jerry Moorhead said he was appalled by the video and profoundly disappointed by the actions of
"moorhead" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Hundred WC f g the flat. AM eleven hundred time is nine and the early fourteen degrees below of thirteen tonight tomorrow for your Saturday, the high near twenty four mostly cloudy, though. Currently again, it's fourteen degrees here in the Fargo Moorhead west Fargo areas. Thank you for listening to yet. Another presentation of high school sports here on the flag. Will now. Join our two of an encore presentation of what's on your mind already a progress. This is able to one hundred the lake W F G Dillwyn Fargo Moorhead USA. A lot of really good people. Nice normal bright people, but they have this extra pressure on them new trying to get a democratic nomination in in their base. We'll see nice people. Glad to hear that bad ideas. We'll just continue to watch this girly close. All right. Let's get to some calls here for Senator Kevin Kramer array is on the road. Go ahead. Ray? Kevin. Hi, scott. I've got I've got a by the way, congratulations. I voted view. There's some there's legislation state right now. That's one, of course about as are doing business state. They have to put it in their policies that help pay or fertile couples. And I I just don't agree with that. I son just adopted it cost him almost thirty thousand dollars for adoption. He had to pay that money out of his own pocket. There was nobody to help you out. And I'm sorry. But I I feel bad for family for the couples that are infertile. But. I don't believe the rest of us could have to pay for that through our in your policies. And you have a good day ear what you got say. Oh, sure. Sure. So I have not heard about this particular state legislation. I I would say this. If this is why we should have this is why we need some choice in insurance in in purchasing insurance. So that people can get the insurance that best suits them. That'd be my first thought about it. But this is a this is a pretty specific and unique and to your point expensive procedure can be a very very expensive process. And so you you make a valid point. I think I would just wonder if we went through all of the things that insurance pays for how many of those things are related to choices like that. As you know, there are lots of them, and we can start naming some that they're far more extreme I think than than even. Brutalization you raise another point though. I think in the broader context, and and and I have to think a little more about this specific one, frankly before it could give you my opinion. But but I'd like a lot more information. But it also raises the context of e th the adoption process, for example, and they very expensive adoption process that your family went through. This is a. This is what makes what watching some of these Democrats running for president? And of course, some of these states even more. So it it makes it just makes me so sad to see how casually they dismissed life at all stages, and I'm not talking about just pregnancy anymore. I mean, this this craziness from the state of Virginia. And this governor who talks about a born baby as, you know, making them comfortable while the doctor and the mother, you know, discuss whether or not they should keep the baby alive a baby that's born. They stick talked was so casually, and then they don't then nobody comes out against it. Or at least very few people come out and in express their their outrage. But by people, I mean, Democrats high ranking Democrats, and so we've got a big time problem in our culture, and we need to have a long discussion about it. And when I consider how many people would like to adopt and willingly pay. Lots of money to adopt. We had to find more ways to incent the right outcome. Todd and Bismarck for Senator Kramer, go ahead. Hello. Go ahead. Hey. Yeah. On a lighter note is Senator thank God for you. You're you're doing for her. In the nation in North Dakota on a lighter note sent three letters to Washington requesting a picture of Donald and Melena Trump monograph pitcher all three letters back. It looks like they've been drugs or the semi in wherever I do. I accomplish that. The man came. Okay. So this is so I love that you're asking this question. First of all with regard to letters that look like they've been do this for anybody. Who sent me a letter? Similarly, what what happens is all of our mail, and you can only imagine how much more intense the way those all my meal has to go out to another offsite location has to be scanned and tested. And then they open it from the bottom. And usually when you open a letter from the bottom you slice the document and a half or at least in the third and by the time, we get letters paper letters. I it looks like it's been wrong through a meat grinder. So that's sort of. That's why you're experiencing what you're experiencing there. With regard to get you a picture would you do this for me? And if somebody's listening, I'm from my staff what we'll get. We'll get your number. And we'll see what we can do about it. I'm not I've never done it. I've never asked I've gotten things autographed by the president before when I've been with him. But there's must be some process. We can we can try to track. That down for you. The picture of you as well. Autographed picture you. Yeah..
"moorhead" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"First-half for the spas. Also, part of me Berlin, Omani had one point. Meanwhile for the Bruins. It was Kiama mature who led them in scoring in the first-half one three eleven total points Daniela high had nine all three of his buckets worth three pointers. They came in succession at around that nine minute Mark before he got into foul trouble and had to exit then after that, it's been pretty balanced effort between only modern Dawson wasting burger both with four Joe cya bridge. Law has a pair Cameron Archie go has to and also for the Bruins DIGI rainy with three points in that first half, forty two points in the first half and also Antoine Clements. With a bucket as well. Finally, civil Monte knock with one free throw Maine. Custom express car wash. Halftime report brought to you by customer express, vacuum efficient and versatile. Modular self serve vacuum system. Incorporates two one for each side of the vehicle to make sure that when you go through custom express car wash you've come out cleaner than ever just a couple of minutes. Separating second action from our customers. Fresh carwash halftime report south in Moorhead, the border battle here between in DC competitor in south and the section eight four a competitor in the Moorhead spuds south is Shirley gonna have something to stare at themselves in the mirror with in that locker room, although they had the lead in up by chew twenty or second year. Head coach Mike Hendrickson cannot be pleased about the last half of of that first half in the spuds have really found themselves on both sides of the four it began the defensive end the man to man defense, whatever Tyler Borman said in that time out at the nine minute. Mark clearly chain. The minds and the effort of this group. This bud's.
Amazon tried out a new product this holiday season: real Christmas trees
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Time is pretty much up for you to do your last minute Christmas shopping, if you're buying through Amazon, you could still go to a store, I guess, but who does that anymore? It is not a stretch to say that Amazon is trying to take over all things holiday. It tends to offer something new this time of year in two thousand eighteen it's fresh Christmas. Trees live ones the livered to your doorstep. How does it even work? I mean, specialized growers have controlled the secrets of the Christmas tree industry for generations. How did Amazon hope to compete and why Joshua mcnichols is a reporter at public radio station. K U O W in Seattle and co host of the podcast primed. What happens when Amazon comes to your town. He explains how Christmas treats fit into Amazon's big picture strategy Amazon's always looking for ways to bring more customers to its site because it's basically trying to exceleron and for Amazon that means constantly adding new reasons for people to visit their site that attracts more third party sellers. Which in turn brings more people to the site. So adding Christmas trees is a way to like keep Amazon's momentum moving forward. How did these growers feel about Amazon Horning in on their turf? Well, I think in the long run, you know, they are the controllers of the situation. They've got the thing that everybody wants there's not nearly enough Christmas. Trees to supply demand drought. His cutback the supply, it's even hard to get seedlings of the really drought tolerant trees, so they're in control of the situation, and they don't see Amazon as this huge threat. In fact, they see it as a possible ally to help them with this long term threat that they're facing which is a lot of people are switching to plastic Christmas trees, and if Amazon can help customers, you know, when somebody goes to Amazon and types in Christmas tree, they would love it if Amazon gives them a fresh Christmas tree at the top of the list, and you know, if they can facility. Tate, a customer making a choosing to buy a real tree instead of an artificial tree. Then they're happy to have Amazon helping them out. We're a few days away from Christmas. How did it all work out for him Assan? Well, they ran out of trees. So it didn't work out that well, and then there's this problem of price to right because it costs a lot to ship. A tree they were charging for these seven foot fresh Christmas trees over one hundred bucks in the Pacific northwest, where I live, you know, around Seattle that's a lot of money for a Christmas tree. Like, we're accustomed to paying much less for probably a much nicer looking tree. But in states like California and Texas, which are big Christmas tree markets. There's a lot of people there Amazon's prices over one hundred bucks for a tree are a lot more competitive down there. So in the long run this could work out for them. Plus, there are a lot of people who don't necessarily want that traditional experience of going out to a tree lot finding one on your apartment doorstep after you get home from work might be what a lot of people want JiaXuan mcnichols is reporter at KU. Oh, w in Seattle and co host of a podcast about Amazon called primed. That's primed with a d by the way, I. I did not order my Christmas tree online this year. I instead made the effort to go to a lot and pick one out tie it on top of the car that lot was at whole foods, which my boss reminded me is now owned by Jeff Bezos company, so technically. Yeah. I guess I've got an Amazon tree I'm done Kim. 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"moorhead" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Is water do energizes and helps you recover gray breathing nitrogen air like that's the primary component. We just called it out. Okay. Did anyone of you got all all of them? That's amazing grad. Oh, we have a price for you. Picking outweight hiccup pin, you do could you give one is again one to give as a gift. But you do. Meghan LeMay may. We also have a book for you at the table. You won the contest one of our mazing winter. Thank you. Megan. Well, again, if you can stick around after the show, I want to do it diet coke diet, Pepsi taste test. See how long this streak Lasse drinkers? Thank you so much well done. Thank you. Okay. How are we doing MAC here? We still got the survivor. We still got one team Kerry and two team wrong. Yeah. Maybe we should find out more about these people. Yeah. Let's do it about Chris. We like we know about him. Yeah. Okay. What's your name? Ryan. Great. And where are you from? Fargo North Dakota. Just like the movie pretty much right now. Are you from Fargo are you from Moorhead because they're not the same thing. They're like the twin cities smaller. So you're from Moorhead Fargo, North Dakota. Very close to morehead. Oh, he really is. Okay. All right. We'll take it and your name. My name is Liz you're on the team Ross. How's it going? What does it feel like my Foot's medicals fine? Do you feel like you're getting power from the band? I'm usually pretty good standing on one foot. And so I actually feel a little more shaky than usual. Oh. Filing anything from the band. It's a little scratchy is it the duct tape. Yeah. And you. Also team Ross represent. How are you feeling? Definitely shakier the normal weird. Do you often damning on online two foot? How often do you do this like they know surprisingly more often than you might think you can ask my why I mean more than once is their life. Here is the table down there. She's waving. Why does this? Why does he stand on one foot? Yeah. He works in greenhouse, and he gets bored. Sure. So you stand on one foot grow in the greenhouse corn. And we he has a look like it's actually marijuana can't say that. You like you stopped. And you thought like what are some vegetables? Socially acceptable vegetables. I actually make GMO's..
Predictions for the Iron Bowl - Alabama vs Auburn
"Look at a couple of other games. This may not take long the iron bowl Alabama certainly with Georgia next week. What does auburn's path victory? Well, I I guess the only thing I can think of is I've looked at some things this week early in the week is I'm falling in love with his Alabama defense. And I think what tasha poi- has done with a brand new secondary. And losing so many great leaders from a year ago. They have come a long way from Louisville to where they are getting ready for the iron bowl, obviously those game raps and just an understanding of their sign mints with their there. When you face Gus malzahn, uptempo offense, if they're able to get some first downs, and you've witnessed this and they're able to create a rhythm. They're able to kind of get you on your heels and with all the jet sweep motion pre snap movement. They can affect your eyes, and they can affect the and all of a sudden you bust in assignment, which has been somewhat of an issue with this this Bama defense this year you bust in assignment. And next thing. You know, you got to you got an H back. That's live out. Nobody saw him play action fake the jet sweep and there's a guy out in the flat. Nobody picked up and they dump it to him and he picks up twenty five yards. It's gonna take moments like that for all. I think to get traction. They're gonna stems going to have to have time. But they're gonna have to come up with fooling Alabama, kind of smoking Miers lot of tempo. A lot of distractions with the pre snap movement and hope that affects the communication about Obama. And that they they've bussed coverage three or four times when they do they gotta make big plays. And they got a score on that that that that to me is the only way I can envision them staying in this football game. The other thing is I think Alabama's been dealing with some guys that have been dinged up at receiver. They, of course with two and Jalen I think now they're starting to get healthy. And I think that offense that that used to be like a video game until the Mississippi State and LSU game. I think that Auburn is going to be very. Challenged when when Bama gets into their four wide receivers said Georgia punished Auburn on those nickel Bax safeties trying to cover those inside receivers would not surprise me at all to see to try to make that same thing happen attack. The man the man that all plays by going after the linebackers and going after those Nickelback so bam is going to win the game. But Gus malzahn, man, he saves a few wrinkles for this game. And I wouldn't be surprised if if they get a few busted coverages and make a few big plays in the past game.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"They were supposed to and they lost the games that could've kinda showed that they took the next. Aetna. Mississippi State, Auburn, Clemson, meet you last the ones that you had a chance right to say. Hey, we've taken that next step. We're not just an eight win Kevin someone football. Yeah. Right now, it's a big win already a good thing. But with the same be true. Dan Mullen can can knock off FSU weakened FSU team. I it helps it FSU BBC bright this past Saturday because everybody just knew the Boston College was just gonna got those guys on the ground. So the fact that FSU squeezed out another win, but but it's a rivalry game. But the way FSU has played this year. And I think the perception of that program right Now, Dan most on a great job, and you cannot detract. I think from that he's done a really phenomenal job. I think he's talking about a mentally fragile football team. There's no doubt that they were especially early in. Season. But beaten FSU it helps that they BBC. I don't think they're going to hang their hat on it at the end of the year. What's at stake for Tennessee founder, Bob because they had all the momentum. And now it's starting to back up is huge. Just from a guy that played a Vanderbilt knows how much that rivalry means to the state at Tennessee and really how lopsided it's been for a long time. I think we just saw the clip that vein is got a chance to win for the three times in a row for the first time since the twenties. I mean, this is Tennessee, I think is far exceeded even my expectation for what they would do and how they compete throughout the season. But these one of those games every Tennessee fan, look setting goes, even even having lost more. So in recent history, they go we are not Vanderbilt we're above Vanderbilt expect to win that game. No matter the state of their program the state of their season. So that's a huge huge one for Derek Mason in for Vanderbilt as well. I'll never forget is a sophomore junior, Tennessee, Tennessee, had a really great basketball, and we'd lost Vanderbilt at home. And I remember some Vanderbilt fans while by ice cream it. Yeah. Yeah. But we'll beat you in basketball. That was the low water, Mark. This perspective. Coach. Rector very soon here in the next couple of weeks. Derek Mason who get on paper hasn't looked like he's had a lot of success. I sat there in a meeting room with them. I hunter percent have always believed. He's the guy for the job. He's been ill equipped with the facilities and everything else that they don't have to compete in recruiting if you can go into a new AD Derek Mason with a bowl game. That would help doubt would help. Right. You stand a little taller Utah avid differently. As like a pro golfer right near that cutline total right? Yeah. That that's a good point too. Yeah. Give them new set of clubs man made. It takes them to the next level. Can we renovate the stadium a little bit do something to where they have some level of advanced degree town crew, two fantastic guys? This is you've Saint their show. We in trouble until you. We came in with our life servers and everything we're happy to save. It. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast..
"moorhead" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In a find a way to do it better. But I think certainly from a broad strokes perspective in having the opportunity to go into a first year in getting on wins. And once again, that's that's you know, part of it the the expectation level entering the season. And you know, certainly, you know, we're not gonna have it. We win the championship, and you know, hadn't been done here in a long time. And you know, we're gonna work to do that before you go. I want to talk a final thought about the NFL in. I don't expect. I don't think you have watched the game last night. The Monday night game was a fifty four to fifty one game. In a lot of commentators were saying, that's that's what we see in college football and certain parts of the country. Are we moving toward that in the pro with a lot of your former players in the pros, you sense. The pro game is is taking a cue from the college game. I caught a little bit. We had it on the background. We were in late last night finishing up some of the game plan stuff. But I think there's Epsom flows. I mean, you look at college football, and there certainly are a bunch of high scoring games. And then you get some that are on the lower end. But you. You know with with two great quarterbacks like Mahomes Goff into great play collars. You You know? know that was almost an inevitable outcome. But I think you look back to our Rosewall game in twenty sixteen that was a fifty to forty nine game. And I think the the way that offenses are spread out now in creating space in tempting allows one on one on one match ups. I think some of it is that's what's leading to some of these high scoring games in high scoring offense is coach always appreciate your time. Best wishes Thursday, happy thanksgiving, not precip, Paul. Thanks a lot. You got to coach Joe Moorhead. Joining us. Very interesting comments there about trying to get to nine wins. You when you're a coach you find the goals, and and that's that's a realistic goal. The wind Thursday, it just.
"moorhead" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"College game. It was unusual in this respect. All the scoring was done in bunches Boston College scored two touchdowns in the first six minutes to go up fourteen to nothing then thanks to a couple of recovered fumbles mobile ran off twenty consecutive points to lead twenty to fourteen. But then it was Boston College that scored the final twenty four points of the afternoon and ends up a winner thirty eight to twenty over the cardinals and again AJ Dylan. They're all American candidate at running back who was last year's rookie of the year in the conference. He did not play because of that ankle problem. But even without him Boston College still averaged over four yards per run piling up two hundred and fifty one yards. Most of that in the second half. When those two long touchdown drives. Well, back to the scoreboard. Let's update you on the Penn State game eighth ranked Nittany lions at scored first against Michigan state Penn State leads they're seven to nothing. Memphis. This though has jumped ahead to a ten point lead over central Florida, which of course, has been the scourge of the American conference last couple of seasons in the first half Memphis up seventeen to seven on U C F. It's an interesting game. As Memphis is Daryl Henderson being tested and passing the test for Henderson picked up nine hundred and thirty four yards and scored fourteen touchdowns already on the season. He's already over the hundred yard Mark in the first half. And Memphis has a ten point lead. Meanwhile, ninth ranked Texas playing very well. And escaping of course, last week with the final field goal against Oklahoma. They fallen behind today against Baylor in the first-half Baylor's seven and Texas three alter the big tinware looked like Nebraska was going to break that Tim game losing streak, but it was not to be northwestern came back and tied the game on a touchdown pass with twelve seconds to go. And then in the overtime. The Wildcats kick the field goal. And now Nebraska still winless on this season and with a school record ten consecutive losses. Going back to last fall. Northwestern wins it today thirty four thirty one. Over the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Also, the big ten Marilyn roms past Rutgers. Rutgers one of those teams that just cannot get out of its own way and cannot recruit apparently at the big ten level Maryland defeats the scarlet knights today. Thirty four to seven a final from the big twelve Kansas state in need of a win. And they got it over Oklahoma state number a couple of weeks ago. Oklahoma state crack the nation's top twenty five now I've come back to back losses today. It was Kansas state thirty one the Oklahoma state. Cowboys twelve updating you on western Kentucky, they kicked off a little bit less than an hour ago. They've got the lead on Charlotte is they work early in the second quarter down North Carolina right now, western Kentucky, seven and Charlotte. Six western trying to win for only the second time on the season and a tough day for Indiana on homecoming, they thought perhaps they could match scores with Iowa. But that wasn't the case as Nate Stanley of the hawk is threw six touchdown passes Iowa romps over Indiana, forty two to sixteen. Eighteen also in the see this afternoon. The second quarter eastern Kentucky holds a twenty one to fourteen lead on Tennessee Martin in the third quarter. It's Murray state up twenty four fourteen over Tennessee State and in the pioneer league. Moorhead state gets a win Moorhead defeats Davidson by account a thirty five to twenty eight. We'll check some more scores and set the stage for major league baseball playoff action tonight, which is may Paul Rogers mentioned throughout the afternoon apparently that had captured the attention of the city of Boston because today's football game did not in terms of attendance, bad chestnut hill, but Boston College did win the game thirty eight twenty over the Louisville cardinals back with more of the scoreboard as we continue with coverage of football from learfield porch kitchen and bar is.
"moorhead" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Miss mix it up this year, what they win, if they get upset somebody coming into the season, but no, Joe, Joe Moorhead with a quarter of the quarterback, they got there. So let's see. Hero schedule eighteen in the country slouch. They play Auburn in Auburn, they play, they play Auburn at home. They play 'em at home. They do have to go to Allah bam. And that's about it. So I mean, they play Florida at home, and I'm not really about what about Florida, but they have that one game against on October sixth hosting Auburn, and they go also hosting them and they go to have they can make some things happen. If you go in Alabama, win that game, you can make things happen, beat Auburn at home. You can make some things happen and could definitely have a say on what happens in the SEC or as you come to the end of the show here. I mean, we have a couple more coaches to only. As I think that who is who else is new Ford estate Willie Taggart made the decision as as as a to keep yonder Francois veasley hoping he stays healthy. I think it's the right decision to keep a guy who's more accustomed to your playbook in there. Even though we did have some issues, but the fact that he's able to show Willie Taggart he's able to move past issues and become ready to start. Then that's a good. That's a good sign there for the state for them. And then. Flo Florida's Florida has Dan Mullen now. So. And that's it. Right. As far as I can think about my head. Yeah, Dan Mullen afford make a decision, a quarterback, pretty much Florida hasn't really been out the up there that really had anybody to talk about had former player get pulled over on hard knocks and then scored touchdown the year after Galloway, whatever his name is. Mario Galloway for the Browns, but that's about it as you know, Potiskum interesting. You see what they do this year as they kind of forgotten SEC team. Dave had some two series of not really too much losing too many games. You can wait years of winning records. You can go nine, three all year long. All your for all five years in a row..
Dead fetus found on plane was left by pregnant teen, source says
"The dead fetus found in the bathroom of an American Airlines flight from. Charlotte Douglas to LaGuardia Airport, was left there by teenager suffered a miscarriage. Escorting to CBS New York today citing law enforcement sources who also say the young girl claimed she. Didn't know she was pregnant teenager and her sister reportedly, traveling from Jamaica with a stopover in Charlotte wants the, plane arrived. In new CBS reports the teen miscarried in the lavatory mother waiting at the airport reportedly rushed to an area hospital where police
"moorhead" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Tell stories moorhead state university was my first college job went from xenia high school moorhead state university coaching the defensive backs there and my cousin might godfried had been the quarterback for four years they're moorhead state university three or four years before i took the job down there so this is the cousin from previous episode that we talked about that's from kreslovsky you didn't know that was the national championship game you had to kept for the two years that i was the assistant head coach at pittsburghers may recollect your memory but a great story down there is i was there for one year and morehead and then bowling green state university perry don neil and called and asked me to come home to be the secondary coach at bowling green state university so so very excited so went up for an interview and on my way up i told the head coach that i thought that if bowling green offered me the job that i would that i would take it and we had a president at morehead state university by the name adrian dorin doctor dorn and everything went through him i mean he was the master at at morehead state university i had to go tell him that if i was going for an interview if i got it i i thought i would take the job tried to talk me out of it no no this you'd never go back home it's never the same state here is good things on horizon for you nice well thank you and so i went out and they offered me the job but it was a new position and they could not give me the job until july so job started paying jacket come and work for free from january to july or other option so i went back and i sat down with the head coach guy penny and explained to him that the job didn't open in july i wanted to take it and he said well you know what i'm resigning after spring practice so why don't you just come here and coach through spring practice and then i resigned whoever whomever they hire they want to hire staff and then you can leave and go to bowling green it's gonna work out for more hands it's going to work out for you but you gotta go see dr dornam so i went to dr dohrn when what i say never lied never cheat never steal this is one of those i might have fudged on that i told him that you know i'd gone back to bowling green and decided to stay didn't tell them how long so i don't know how big eliah was but that i was going to stay so he said wildfire shook my hand we left and we gave a little hugging and out i go and so now it's the end of may and so i have to go back to tell dr dorn that i've decided that bowling green is called again and i'm going home and he said you are about the strangest person i've ever seen in my life you're going you're coming you're gone and we were living in moorhead housing they own the house and we were paying like sixty five dollars a month for the house and i told him that we'd be moving out on july first to which he told me no you'll move out get your stuff out tomorrow which was like may thirty actual sir the the kid get into my house in bowling green it if you are now we will move your furniture out of your house and put it on the street so i we had to get a guy to come and put our stuff in storage for a month but this story is going to an end now you gotta have got to live with me here a little bit so so i pack we live with jackie's parents for a month foods are furniture in storage finally move in so now mike godfrey back to mike godfrey he's going back to bowling green the next year as an assistant football coach so again you have to go through to doctor dorn so mike was had been a quarterback there for four years he was the chosen son at morehead state university so he has to go back to see dr dorm dr door and.
U.S. service member killed in "apparent insider attack" in Afghanistan
"The top stories in a cave for more than two weeks rescuers now trying to evacuate those twelve boys and their soccer coach to safety moorhead from cbs news father michael pfleger and supporters completed their mission shutting down the dan ryan a group opposed to president trump marched in downtown chicago yesterday and conflicting reports on the talks with north korea wbz 'em sports cubs trail the reds five nothing then came back to beat cincinnati eight two seven white sox twelve to six losers in houston and england and croatia advance to the world cup soccer semifinals clearer this morning low at sixty one we have sixty seven degrees o'hare sixty nine at midway sixty three athlete front end now cbs news news update after more than two weeks trapped deep inside a flooded cave in thailand twelve year old boys and their soccer coach now hope to be rescued a complex and risky diving operation is now underway navigating dark and type passageways filled with muddy water and strong currents meeting this operation confirmed that today is d day the conditions will never be any better than they all now it is a very difficult and very dangerous mission they're carrying out thirteen expert international die this will need the operation supported by five tie diva's sophie long of the bbc several points along the way that they will be able to assess the boy's health see how they're doing they will be up to rest the dive back we know is five hours but he's diva's who are used to diving yes but diva's which hold that h rescue will take eleven hours so the hope now is not i rescued boys will be out in about six hours from now cbs news update i'm tom foty wbz news time tree thirty two antiviolence protesters did what they set out to do completely shut down the northbound lanes of the dan ryan but at times it seems that might not happen minutes before the march state police director leo schmitz allowed protesters elaine and the shoulder between seventy ninth and sixty seven absolutely started territory force that's the territory i don't like being i don't want people to get hurt so police set out yellow trucks and uniformed officers to shield traffic from protesters but at seventy fifth protesters stopped fully to creighton wait if there with the rest several hundred strong felt like it wasn't going to happen but as you saw each lane edge down and down and down the ben paulie a breakthrough that was awesome as they did supporters watched from the overpass i feel a little touch saying this race knows touching michelle fiore radio on one oh five point nine fm a few dozen protesters called for the end of the trump presidency in downtown chicago the demonstration which was billed as an effort to refuse fascism featured signs denouncing the president for wars the protesters say he has waged on everything from muslims to science and most recently immigration the tribune reports some passersby refused to take the flyers decrypt trying to hand out on michigan avenue the group of about fifty watt five blocks from congress and michigan to madison where they set up signs and listen to various speakers pyongyang delivered a harsh dose of reality to the trump administration calling the latest round of talks with secretary of state mike pompeo regrettable secretary of state pompeii says there was good progress during his talks in pyongyang with north korean officials the north korean officials say no there really wasn't they accused the us at making gangster style demands about their nuclear program korea expert gordon chang secretary of state pompeo talked about progress on all the central issues and what the north koreans have done is essentially humiliated him in public another career expert says dealing with north korea is hard because kim jong un wants it to be hard sam litzinger cbs news are us soldiers was killed in two others wounded in an apparent insider attack in southern afghanistan socalled greenonblue attack is the latest in a series of incidents in which afghan forces have turned their weapons on international troops with whom they're working nato officials say that the wounded service members are in stable condition and are currently being treated they say the incident is under investigation a local police officer says the shooting happened at an airport in the capital of earth gan province bill rakoff cbs news house exploded in new jersey killing a husband and wife and destroying their two storey home debris scattered over several blocks pieces could be seen hanging from trees and.
Ed Schultz death: Former MSNBC presenter and political commentator has died at 64
"That's from dash cam video after philander castillo was shot and killed by sitting anthony police officer horrendo yen is two years ago today the shooting happened during a traffic stop and conceals girlfriend livestream the aftermath on facebook yanez was acquitted of manslaughter charges and fired by the city anthony police department but candlelight vigil takes place tonight at the scene of the shooting near the northern gate of the minnesota state fairgrounds also today a peace walk is scheduled at minneapolis city hall in reaction to last month's officer involved shooting of thurman blevins the thirty year old man was shot while running from police who are responding to a call of someone shooting up a gun in a northside neighborhood from the upper midwest to the national spotlight he was one of the nation's top conservative radio and television hosts come try to take my talent come try to take our show come try to take our heart and our passion and we're the hill were you three years ago when everybody said that this wasn't going to work ed schultz died yesterday at the age of sixty four in washington d see where he anchored a show when rt america he started his career in broadcasting radio and television stations in the fargo moorhead area and for six years hosted the ed show on msnbc are murder mystery in northern minnesota that investigators are hoping get solve with a big cash reward sixty role brian nelson was found stabbed to death in his hitting home behind the liquor store he owned on july tenth of last year no arrests have been made and having police investigator tyler schwartz says it's a mystery on the iron range everything i've heard about him that he would do anything for anybody friendly guy very very very courteous to people and was just a genuine good human being twenty five thousand dollar reward is now offered for information leading to an arrest.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Was that it was good and i loved it it was so much fun so i've always up for good life and and i'm always up to leave my home on a week night and see movies like a crazy person so i i should definitely check out blockers well scott what about what about you what's been good for you i would like to recommend a film called the endless which is from justin benson in aaron scott moorhead these guys are massively talented diy genre filmmakers they started their careers with metamorphosed called resolution which plays a part in the endless so it's part of the resolution verse then they and then they get this this combination sort of romance and body horror film called spring that that was their follow up which i quite liked and again just the effects on like nothing budget low european location really beautifully done kind of a monster movie yeah spring no the really good both the unless it's just kind of like a fascinating crazy indy companion to annihilation justin benson aaron moorehead actually star in the film as a brothers who used to be part of this ufo death cult and that was like that was what sold well that's what they can do is their family and the justin excuse me the aaron character convinces brother to go back to go back into the in in hang out with this family again what would he consider his family in this cult because you know these had better food than he was eating they you know they'd be outside of the cult all they're doing is cleaning houses and living miserably and and they actually had a kind of a sense of purpose of this call until they go back and as they go back there's a series of unexplainable phenomena involve i can't even explain all the stuff that happens is like different dimensions and like multiple moons and it's just it just goes crazy and there's a certain point probably halfway are two thirds into the phone where i just kind of just let everything go it's just let the film do what it was going to do because it just gets so complicated and in twisty and something that i think is a film almost like primer or.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Not as aggressive perhaps as they should have been but at homeless knocking off the national champion and almost coming back without their starting quarterback in the bowl is enormous and beating in scoring more than a talented louisville team led by lamar jackson is significant winning nine games in starkville is a big deal sustaining success like dan mullen did in starkville near the end of his tenure is in enormous deal and shows that with good coaching and with buying mississippi state will beat good teams not just not lose too bad ones but they will knock off and put themselves in position to be great teams and themselves be a really good team so i think culturally it will be a change for joe moorhead in terms of recruiting like he said in terms of just the speaking the language sort of understanding the rhythms of the in starkville but beyond that i think he's a smart dude who gets by him i like the hires he made i think they'll continue the success of evaluating three star types relative wli locally well and sprinkling in with some blue chips like they've done in years past so i am bullish on sustaining that eight seven nine and occasional may be everybody's a senior in they have transcendent quarterback like dak situation yep i don't think there's any reason to say they're going back to sometimes bowl sometimes not and the other thing that i think really needs to be mentioned here we can under scored again he was a head coach previously true he was a head coach at ford in college football's most important conference.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Oh let me say this i mean i'm not exactly the most folks person the world book i you know being next quarterback and now looking like a left tackle how we got getting trump more do something because this food is really been getting the good words fair enough joe moorhead head coach mississippi state thank you very much for your time and i and good luck this year very excited to check out the bulldogs appreciate it thanks for have already dan there you go joe moorhead on the podcast big thanks to him best of luck to him in his new role down there at mississippi state coaches new coaches have traditionally gotten a solid verbal bump in there is true that is very true so what what is your obviously completely unresearched and unprofessional at this point opinion of the higher and your questions your confidences the schedule in front of me so you don't have to guess about any of those things yeah sure but what is your general sense now that it's been he was hired in late november so it's been what almost four months yeah it was made official we think i think i like it in the same manner that i liked the dan mullen higher and we talked about it a little bit on the podcast but dan mullen was regarded as someone who was brilliant at least offensively in terms of xs and os and side of the fact that he was a big name and and up and coming coordinator i think mississippi state's mentality was we need to we need to look for an however we can get it and if we can bring a bright offense in mind who will stay here awhile that could presumably lift the program and to some degree i think he did that i do think he succeeded there moorhead is a similar higher in that respect he's an innovative guy he's a very bright offensive mind as you could just hear from the interview i would argue still really or at least pretty good defensive coordinator promising.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Are you seeing more and more kids in high school quarterbacks in high school running things obviously not exactly what you do but similar having similar concept similar tags suffer like that is it becoming more and more mainstream when you're watching these kids i think it's more similar than less a say i hate to put a number on it or percentage but an overwhelming majority of the quarterbacks at the high school level that we don't see on taper operate out of you know out of a shotgun oftens sure and when you obviously you've been you call him tags obviously now they're sort of more commonly known as rpo's and adding passing concepts to to running formations and running plays where where did you sort of start doing that when did you start doing that why did you start doing that so we did a little bit of it hit akron in a little bit at uconn but we really got you know both beaten a boat and kinda made it a fullfledged deal at fordham and really you know people kinda ssume it has something to do with throw the ball in in a way it does but to me the run pass option or adding tags is to is a way to neutralize defensive numbers because to me the run game comes down to three things numbers angles and grass where the best numbers where the best anglosphere blockers and how your speed into open space and i think the thing with the the tags and europe ios and post nap reading second and third level defenders that allows you to throw the ball in the seventh or eighth offender's able to tackle the ball carrier hand the mall and if he is able to hand the ball off and you're blocking six for six or five or five so i think one of the that's one of the reasons you know psa kwan chase about and ms before at fordham and even going back to jordan todman menace kennedy at akron we've had running backs will be there led the league or been no in the top two in rushing just we don't hand the ball to our backs when there's people at the lounge scrimmage camp block what's the most difficult part of installing.
"moorhead" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"And has succeeded wildly in that system for penn state and saquon barkley is now a household name trace mcsorley you know all these mike sickie has has turned stars into megastars whatever just putting up a ton of yards and crazy excited to see what he is able to mississippi state with a different i wouldn't say a different sort of athlete but going to a region that perhaps as even crazier about football than central pennsylvania super underrated in terms of the talent and the passion for football but to see what he's able to do on arguably an even bigger stage in the sec west i think is pretty exciting as just a general college football fan i meyer the innovation and we link it up as part of this show but bruce feldman put together and credible oral history of the joe moorhead offense that we saw at penn state the last two years and of course it stems back to moorehead's time with randy at seoul at uconn and some of his other stops but you really get a nice picture of how he kabul this thing together and really you get a portal into how he was able to innovate in a sport that is just you wonder to yourself how our coach it's going to continue innovating it's because joe moorhead thought about things a little bit differently so whether it's the way he approaches the passing game whether it's some of the rpo's he installs in running game just so many creative things that he's brought to the fore that i'm excited to have him as part of scheme theme one of the sort of shoes success stories of the basketball on grass mentality especially with the the options that a quarterback has adding something on at the last second it's almost like back door passes reading somebody coming out to guard the three point line and suddenly there's alleyoop available that's wide open that kind of thing it sort of flows really nicely when you break down and watch some of these offenses over and over again and fun fact tight and alaska about this in the interview is key overlapped at uconn.
"moorhead" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Offense turned the ball over fivetimes harbor ahead oak corn thrown in around in the rain in a torrential down storm he's got his downpour he's got his backup quarterback throw the ball eleven times in the third quarter of that game i thought michigan was gonna win the line of scrimmage i give penn state credit the offensive coordinator there joe moorhead he put some things into the offense that were unique for this game he used to buy week to make his team better direct snapped barkley they did that more than once penn state hadn't really done that this year and you know because he got a sell out to stop barkley well now mcsorley is going to throw the ball over the top and he did that several times penn state is good enough to go to ohio state in win alabama hasn't really been tested yet but if i'm going to pick a team right now who's who is good enough to give who can give alabama a game i've got to put penn state in the conversation because right now they're defense is the top scoring defense in america and their offense is there are often says the most talented player in america's sake want barkley and that includes lamar jackson i mean the other offenses that we would have considered better i'm talking about the oklahoma schools they've both really slow down oklahoma oklahoma state eight five five two one two four cbs that's eight five five two one two four two two seven here's jay in wisconsin he's on cbs sports radio hijacked iran.