20 Burst results for "Mr Richards"

Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:09 min | 9 months ago

Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones

"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty

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"mr richards" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:03 min | 10 months ago

"mr richards" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Jeopardy's executive producer. Mike richards and this week. I'm also the guest host. This is jeopardy. That voice was set to become a lot more familiar on cable tv but today mike richards the newly crowned host of jeopardy is officially out nine days ago. Mr richards was tapped to succeed. Alex trebek's which struck some as a bit odd. Considering mr richards was executive producer of jeopardy and was helping to oversee the search for a new host and then more controversy reports emerged that mr richards made offensive sexist remarks on a podcast several years ago and had faced bias lawsuits by former colleagues at the prices writes in a statement today. Mr richards said quote. It has become clear that moving forward us host would be too much of a distraction for our fans unquote melanie. Mcfarland is a tv critic for salon. We reached her in seattle. Melanie could you have imagined. The jeopardy's brand new host would be gone just nine days after the announcement as all of the news began coming out. it became much more difficult for sony to keep on justifying Mike richards maintaining his position as host. But then when the ringer report came out and those podcast episodes emerged. They had no choice. I'm actually surprised that came this quickly. But i'm not surprised at sony. Decided to have him step down from his hosting role. Remind us about some of the The revelations in that ringer article so When he was one of the producers on the price is right she had multiple models including brandon. Cochran was probably the the most famous lawsuits. The front two thousand ten bringing lots of gender discrimination and sexual harassment complaints against him mainly Concerning that some of the models when they became pregnant they were let go One of them brandy actually. She became pregnant after her coworkers. Or let go and he said he insinuated that if they had known that she would have been fired as well but he's also been apart party to these suits where he's had his name removed in the settlement phase. So i think that's one of the things where he was able to come up later and say yes. It was brought against me but my name was actually taken off of these students. There was also this podcast that you mentioned where he He's heard to have made some Both sexist and other inappropriate remarks. Oh yes in pig latin. He made a joke about jewish people and specifically no size. He said many things about women's bodies in terms of you know weight gain. There's actually a thread from clinic near the The writer who she said. Here's some of the things that he said that i couldn't fit into my story. And they're pretty atrocious And there's the argument that some people have said of like well. This happen years ago. And why why do you have to penalize them. Well sure people can change. But when you have an institution like jeopardy and you have someone who's as beloved as alexander back. You really want to get somebody in there..

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"mr richards" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"mr richards" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Phd candidate. Tim richards puts it. This animal quote wasn't built to eat broccoli unquote well. Fortunately for modern day. Australians it also wasn't built to survive the cretaceous period. Mr richards and his colleagues introduced a new species of tara sore. In today's journal of vertebrate palaeontology and they call it quote the closest thing we have to a real life dragon. They also specify that it was likely a fuzzy dragon. I gotta say that hasn't done much. Soften the blow of knowing this thing once existed in the world at all. still if i dig deep. I am forced to admit that they're finding prompted one of my own and in an era of seemingly constant crisis. It's a strange comfort to know. I still rather face down a proverbial dragon than an actual one told the court to use one small man giant wheel cots. But i do wish to say official that wrongfully imprisoned right now..

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"mr richards" Discussed on X96

X96

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on X96

"But the vaccine will still work on them. Ah, Utah's reporting another 27 covert deaths yesterday. Um County health departments across the state were struggling to register older Utahns. To receive covert 19 vaccines. The Salt Lake County health part Now we were registering my mother in law yesterday and the website, the Salt Lake County Health Department website. Had a rough time They managed to write it and And things did happen. But right at the beginning of the process, people people 70 years of age and older going to the slightly County Health Department website and trying to get an appointment. It was very glitchy. The site went down a couple of times. People were getting unclear messages, but but we managed to get my mother in law. Registered, but it was, I think. We're doing that around 11 o'clock or 11 30 already. So they're going to start on the think it's the 18th. I'm going to start the Of giving the vaccines and that's what people were signing up for by 11 30. I think my mother in law was already deep into February before she could get an appointment now. I'm going to spin this. Aziz positive in that I am heartened that that many people were trying to sign up to get The vaccine because we keep hearing stories about how, um not as many people are going to get it if it's offered to them. I love the fact that so many people wanted that It crashed. Something county got it Got it fixed and it's working now. I think I think I think Gina You're making an assumption that it was. It was so many people that wanted it. I'm going to make the assumption that the website was crappy and just couldn't handle. Couldn't handle any amount of traffic practically and they needed But I think you're right, actually, but the others also, but again again, the salt Salt Lake County should have no, they did know. They did know that this was gonna happen aren't there And I'm not a nightie person. But aren't there ways you can prepare for that kind of That kind of thing and make sure that your website doesn't crash. You would think Utah pharmacist accused of illegally receiving controversial drug had a green light from a lot of very prominent Utah authorities to do exactly what he did. His defense attorney says So this is the guy at Dan Richards, founder and CEO of Meds in motion. This was that whole. It was an $800,000 or something like that, and his defense attorney because now he's being charged with some crimes. His defense attorney said he There were politicians. There were people in state government who said who enabled this and and made it happen now his defense attorney is saying not saying. Who those individuals were just yet. I think he will when the trial comes about, although I'm sure that there are Mm hmm. There are many people in state government right now who are trying to make a deal? With Mr Richards, Defense attorney I I think it would probably be my guest. Oh, his defense attorney, by the way, is Greg Skordas, who is a good attorney. And should be our attorney general. Yeah, Let's see. How much time do we have here? One more. Oh, sure. You'll like this story carry. This is for you. Thank you. Male, Ranga Tang. Has taken on an unusual role of the Denver Zoo. Just see the pictures of this now after the death of the family's matriarch last month. The mother Gnaeus, a Sumatran orang a tang Died unexpectedly on December. 17th Gnaeus was 7 32, okay, and these had two daughters. A little little Miranda Tang's hefty who was 10 and Sarah, who was only two years old. On Tuesday, Zoo officials said that Sarah's father Barani. Stepped up to the plate and began taking care of the two year old off find just cause the mother's gone. Now the dad is going to take care of the kids in the wild things are not involved with their offspring. They? That's why they get involved in drugs. And they get their pregnant teens was. The dads aren't involved in the race. What? What are you talking about? So male Aranda Tang's They just They just provide the seed and then they just they just abandoned the whole thing and the mother, But so it's very unusual to see Barani this male orang a tang. Step up and be Mr Mom. It's very rare on they say, Sarah Little Sarah could not have asked for a better dad. Barani is attentive. And protective, seeing toe all her needs. He carries her. He comforts her and even snuggles with her when she sleeps. So there you go. All right, that's sweet. Right weather traffic. Sports, sports Weather traffic Okay, so I don't know if you have. This is a boner candidate, Bill five time Olympic swimming medalist, Clete killer. In the Olympics charged it's in the file, but there were better candidates charged Wednesday with participating in the deadly riot. The U. S Capitol after video emerged appeared to show him among those storming the building last week so Olympic Swimmer. Hmm. Charged. That's your sports, Whether we had a little bit of a stir last night that actually didn't bring us much rain or anything, but it did clear out the air, which we will take it. Go and take a big deep breath today because Air is much better. Sonny and a high of 41 today and we're just going to hover in the low forties for the foreseeable future. Overnight lows will be in the Low to mid twenties traffic..

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"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here. It's good to be back. Good tol here. Everyone's voices. And now good to be a sweat hog. All right, So you know, I gotta I gotta do this because I'm a corona con react. What were your first symptoms when you had the virus? I woke up two weeks ago today, actually early. You know, I wake up at three o'clock in the morning so I would look up at my usual Ridiculous time, and I've got some chest congestion and kind of a cough. You know, I felt a little bit tired. A little bit fatigued, but not, you know, not anymore than anyone else that wakes up at three o'clock in the morning, But it was the congestion in the cough. So I you know, everyone says if you don't feel good, don't go to work, so I didn't And went straight to Northwestern and got my test and it would talk about it. They said It would take 3 to 5 days. It actually only took a day to get my covert 19 positive test results. So I was I was pretty shocked and pretty, you know, scared it. Yeah, sure. And did the symptoms get worse? Yeah, a little bit. I had a fever. The only fever that I had during the whole time. I was on that very first day, and it was only a mild fever of 99.5 and then Just it just hit me like a ton of bricks like I got run over by a truck. I felt so tired and so a key. The cough didn't really get too much worse. The congestion didn't really get too much worse. That probably was for Well, I guess maybe 45 days, something like that, Like like that. And Dr Kevin most had I texted him and I said, You're never gonna believe it. You know, this is what happened and you know, so he was checking in and telling me do this and do that. And he said days, five through seven are generally the worst days for somebody of things. They're going to go really bad. They're going to go bad between days five and seven. So I was on day four now panicked about what was gonna happen, Dave 5%, of course on it really didn't get worse. It. Uh you know, if anything, the cough started breaking up, the congestion started breaking up. A pretty much all I did was, you know, sleep and you'll appreciate this watch. Leave it to Beaver reruns. Oh, that'll curia. Yeah. I love those little Eddie Haskell, just what the doctor ordered. All right, mister. My Mr Richards. How are you feeling? I hope you're feeling better, sir. Your coffin 19 is certainly looking nice today, Mrs Cleaver. Well, we're glad you're back in action and feeling good. Any idea how and where you picked up the virus racking my brain for the last two weeks on how this could have happened? Um, you know, I'm kind of Ah, you know, I'm really strict about masks. I'm really strict about social distancing. Uh, I washed my hands whenever I think about it, Although I will say that I probably have gotten a little lax since the beginning of the pandemic with that anything that you've become lax with since the beginning of the pandemic. Get back on the train again, because I mean, it just makes sense The numbers they're worse than they were. Then ever. Everything is worse now than it was at the beginning of the pandemic. It doesn't make one bit of sense to be lax except You get tired, You know, we get the fatigue as they call it, covert fatigue and you get a little lazy with it, And so, you know, maybe it's from that. I was with my family on Thanksgiving. But there were it was just a small group. We were completely social distance to we were masked the whole time. There was no physical contact. None of them in the in these past two weeks have gotten sick. I've asked Covered most about that. It's somebody you know could have family member have been asymptomatic and I got it from them. And he said in these two weeks by now, they would have developed something s O. He doesn't think it was my family. I think it's because I go to the grocery store. I think it's you know, because I I do not just stay in the house that I do go to those places and sadly, you know when when you're out. You do see people who are not wearing their masks properly. They have him around their chin. They have their noses are exposed, or they're not wearing them at all. And you people are the ones that are spreading the virus. Yeah, but you're wearing the mask in the grocery store, aren't you? I am but the mask, But if I'm wearing my mask, it's to protect you from anything I might expel. You get some protection from it yourself. You get some protection, but this is, according to Dr most The mask protects other people from you. If you're wearing a mask, it protects other people from you. If you're not wearing a mask, you're spreading the disease. So I guess you get probably some protection more than You would if you weren't wearing anything at all. But, um, it's it's the people who are not wearing masks. They're wearing them improperly that are the ones that are spreading this disease. Well, I've been explaining to my family why? I've had no physical contact with him even before the pandemic because you can't be too careful, You know, I mean, they're saying now that the flu numbers are down because people are taking these steps to protect protect themselves from the virus. That's where there's no flu. So you know that's a good idea to do safe all the time. There is an upside and You know, it's a fantastic reason to avoid people you didn't want to talk to in the first place. It's now tell me about the story now involving Charley Pride and the CMA Awards. Did that turn out to be a super spreader event? Well, they're not sure they're not. They're not 100% sure, but here's the deal with us. Is Charley Pride appeared at the CMA Awards got a lifetime achievement award on November. The 11th. And he he was tested..

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"mr richards" Discussed on X96

X96

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on X96

"Day. And how did he spend His last day. Um He had a swing in his backyard. That he loved. And he said. He said that He spent his last day alive exactly as he wanted. Now. This is, according to Mr Richards, the producer told Savannah Guthrie on the Today show. Even in his book, he described that he wanted his final day to be sitting on his wing next to his wife, Jean, and kind of watching the horizon. And he got to do that. Oh, he was coherent. He wasn't in pain and the fact that he had a nice final day, I think makes all of us in the jeopardy. Family feel much better. Being Ben Carson. Being surgeon appraiser, a doctor who should know better about wearing masks when you're in big groups of people at parties like in the White House, but I have such a handsome mouth. You should know that term Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson tested positive for covert 19. Azania outbreak of the disease swept through the White House. White House chief of Staff Mark Meadows tested positive last Wednesday. In addition to at least five other Trump campaign and White House insiders, Meadows notably attended Donald Trump's election party at the White House last week, where hundreds of people gathered in the East Room. Many of them Without masks. University of Utah is going to move there. Koven 19 testing indoors. They've been outside but the cold weather has now said. We got to move it in indoors. University of Utah health began testing for covert 19 outdoors as a fast and efficient way to test patients at the start of the pandemic. Since March, University.

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"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Good morning, a 7 49 and New York City We go for the editor in chief of Lincoln, Dan Roth. And how you doing today? I'm doing great. How are you doing? I'm about 65% pretty much. OK, let's Ah, Let's talk about Richard Branson before we get to the workforce Confidence index and some interesting Numbers that you you got for us? It linked in. You broke a little news with Sir Richard, didn't you? Well, we talked about being able to take the first point on his Bergen Galactic, and that's coming up in January. And you think Virgin Galactic has been the real highlight of the Virgin Empire this year? It's been a rough year for Or virgin. So I think that talking, Mr Richard, it was pretty clear that this was one area He was very happy to talk about. Let's listen to a little bit of Dan Roth from linked in with Sir Richard Branson. Normal way of being a travel takes time, you know, So I think that off First challenge is getting myself to space early on in the new year and then started getting other people into space. But we also have a team that are working on a really high speed supersonic trouble on DH. We only want to do it if we can actually do that in an environmentally friendly way, So they were working on that in tandem on then we have Virgin orbit, which will be doing its launch before Christmas. Where we're going to launch a John rocket attacks to a 747 into orbit, traveling at 18,000 Miles an hour around the earth, dropping off satellites on doing actually doing testing for the NASA, So that's another exciting venture that is is on the verge doesn't sound like the pandemic is slowing him down, Dan Well, I think for that part the things in space there are working well, but things on the ground not so much If you look a TTE cruise line that he launched in April, Not great time to launch Cruise line, and Virgin Atlantic has really suffered as airlines have been grounded. Richard had to pull out of his own. Money to be ableto keep employees afloat during this time, so it's been it's been rough for, you know, he's really in the travel and leisure business, and people are traveling, so we talked a lot about this question. Whether that's going to come back or not, he really strongly believe it is. Does he give a timetable at all? Well, he didn't give a timetable. What he did say was that he is very frustrated with governments with the way that they're treating vaccines with the speed there that they are bringing out testing and it's just, you know, Look, we could just do testing faster. It opens the economy back up. And so one of the things that he could do is pick up the phone and get a head of state because they want to hear and talk to Richard Branson. And so that's where he's spending a lot of his time. You know, he's got people who run the airlines, Mother's other businesses and grandson becomes the diplomat. Who can try to force government to see the world as he thinks they should be seeing it. I met him once and you know, he's one of those guys. You talked to him for a while and you just think what's wrong with me? Why can't I be that productive? He is an amazing man, and he's been He's been productive for a long, long time as me. He has been, You know, he does it all from at least a pandemic. He's only left Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands once he doing all of this from, you know, not all of us have island but most of us down, But I think for my my cause that where I'm recording this in New York, um the I think that for Ah, Richard, he is someone who is he? One of the secrets to success. And being that productive is he'd never looks back. He. If there's a failure, he brushes it off and moves on to the next thing. We talked a lot about that because he is part of his working mentors. He and his team mentor, a lot of small businesses. Band, one of the biggest piece of devices No one You're failing. Cut it off, Move onto the next thing Don't look back. Don't beat yourself up like you have to understand that they're going to try a lot of different things in life and some are gonna work in many art and you can't dwell on your failures And he doesn't know I think that that's one thing that all of us couldn't probably try to replicate. Yes, for sure. Keep on banging, and he's one of those guys that when he hears the word no in his head, he hears next. He just moved. Moves right on. Let's talk about the workforce Confidence Index and What Lincoln has come up with. First of all explain. Explain what this with this survey is, Dan? Yeah, sure. So we, uh, talk to professionals across the world every two weeks, and we serve them on how they're feeling about job stability, financial situation and access to opportunity. And then we carve it up by seniority and by industry to get a sense of how confident professionals are in the work that you and whether they will be able to pay their bills. We know the confidence leads to a lot of decision making. Some people are more confident they're investing in. Their companies are investing and they're buying more stuff. And when they're not, they trench and it can grind the rest of the economy to a halt. So we wanted to see how people are feeling about things. And the answer is they're not feeling great. Was that the big takeaway and no surprise? I guess that that people are very concerned about This pandemic, which seems to be getting worse right now. Yeah, I think that the big surprise you're you're exactly right that it's not surprising. People worried. What is surprising is when you start diving into shoe is more worried is is the age groups where you start seeing some differences so as an example Millennials are the most concerned about returning to work over all baby boomers tend to be the least concern which really surprised me. Um, But if you if you think about Millennials are the increase of their anxiety probably has to do with they have been in the workforce by 10 15 years. Maybe they're just starting families..

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"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That was well done. Mr Richard Roper is with us. He's here. But our earlier than normally is on Thursdays Because in the six o'clock hour, we will be talking to thumb. Tom Skilling, because it's Thursdays with thumb supposed teachers with Tom so we'll be hearing from him after 6 30 then our own personal black Richard. I'd like you to stick around for either or both of these. Our own personal black Hawk Connor Murphy will be joining us again to talk about is going, OK, let us now We talk about the Emmys. Emmys were going to be virtual and it's all Hollywood movie stars. We're going to win them. Pretty much and so. So we're just gonna We're just gonna go there, by the way. Just wanted for people who love TV shows now and can't figure out what to watch in terms of comedies that you got curb your enthusiasm dead to me. A good place insecure Kaminsky method. The marvellous, Mrs Mazel. Shit's Creek, which is C s CH and what we do in the shadows on FX. Never heard of that word is this will be great, good stuff there, and I should mention the good place and Shits Creek. Those were the final seasons for those two people haven't had a chance to see those each one. I think only had about a three or four season run both really funny, Innovative. Feel good, eventually 23 minute kind of typical, but not, you know, Modern day sitcom begins to avenge them because, yes, you can. One right after another Teddy Ted Danson, the good places someplace and the best drama was bet for the nominees for best Got better call Saul. The Crown Handmaid's tale killing Eve, the man DeLorean, Ozark, Stranger things and succession. I'm going to make a prediction right now. Ready for me. I like to make traditions Just write off the time Batman DeLorean. Well, it's interesting because I mean, that's a big that's a star Wars in between the time line kind of thing, and it did very well. People were kind of surprised that it got like serious nominations, not just special effects. I think, baby Yoda is up in seven categories. Just why I'm going to say it's gonna win because people fell in love with Baby Yoda and they all now we all want to know that's really Yoda or some other Yoda's grandson or Yoda's. Grandfather. We just don't know who it is. Oh, my goodness. Well, you know, and enough with the crown. Okay? I found out I'm crowned out and looking really life. We keep hearing that that Megan and Harry and David and Fergie and they're all foodie. I don't care. I'm crowned out. No. Can I just say, though, that the the and the crown There was the woman who played the great Princess Margaret or an orphan who was the one the wild child Princess that was the.

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"mr richards" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr richards" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"Talk about the character bj word Oh, I completely forgot about him. The other address? What? No No. No. He he was. He was so like. UNMEMORABLE. That he wasn't a good enough villain and that's why I enjoyed the writing of the character Mr Richards more. Because he did seem like the mainly the main. Antagonists as opposed to Richard he was way more. Yeah. No, he was Mr Richards was way more mass up like he I didn't he he he has layers yet some layers Did Not. He Yeah I can. I'll agree with you on that. He wasn't very memorable. He was. Actually. Now. That you mention I'm like Oh. Hey. Yeah. He wasn't the movie. Within the movie. So where do we? I guess we're going from there any. Did. Were there any things that really needs it really popped in the movie? or You mean. About that. Car in motorcycle chase in the way, it was shot because all my God. Which? When I like the part where he rose. To the Group of people. Lacy that he has a mannequin on the back. And what was what was? Trying to remember something about. A dummy. Ore. You. Remember. Oh God now now. I watched this movie in pieces like. I watched like half of it I fell asleep. MA'AM, like like I watched it with subtitles offensively. I got a three year old. Oh always fall asleep so No I just I. It was something it was something really laying bow but. There was a part where. Well. GW, Bailey, or Felix. Really showed showed his lieutenant lazard. and. Why was he wearing camouflage makeup if you in? It was differ weird. It was weird like I feel like some scenes he had like more on than others or it was just. He didn't really need it because he was like Brigham into Oh Yeah Oh? There's another thing another thing. Why did he? Where where The Typical. Burglar outfit. If he would. The actual security guard for this girl that. Right. Bring. Head Keno. Building? But. We're GONNA head too close to the last seen on that one, but we're talking about. About. Yeah. But I, guess, I? I don't know it's hard for me to actually had. A favorite. Scene. But I do always lake always. The eighties lawn. Taj. Dan Searches. Yeah Yeah Because, you can have an eighties movie without a eighties, movies, dance, Mazda Montage on. No, and they nail like all the cliche markers for like that that mid. Mid To late eighties movies. And was he were they dancing the whole night all night 'cause Hollywood show back up in the morning of. Oh. Yeah. No they they had an all night dance 'cause that's what you have in the eighties. Rate in a department store if. We'll show I think was a big deal in the eighties. It was. because. Everybody was on board game Oh, I'm going to do like to cite tangents here that that What was that board game that you had a credit card in? The Mall Game. Remember I I do not. Nice friends had it and I wasn't into it seemed Kinda lame. But I mean it was cool at the time but it was like that that late eighties maybe early nineties like. Let's go to the mall or my first smaller some something the whole. Malm madness. While madness. Okay. Yeah. Let's go to the mall. and. And I just feel like this was very much light. Ilene, worrisome and like shopping in light. Bye Bye bye spend spend spend. Don't worry about the consequences because you can quit your job six times and late it just felt very like. You never was another trigger moment. was. It's commercial. It's. I don't know.

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"mr richards" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"mr richards" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Mr Richard Sherman thank you the visitors locker room this is the team the release date after Charlie Achilles few weeks away from his thirtieth birthday growing pains last year to get over that injury and out comes back here it was the head as the Westralia and as a Pro Bowl season and really unbelievable for for sure here's the biggest number in this game when you look at its Seattle especially at home but what they've been since the week ten matchup in six games this team for sixteen takeaways in the last sixteen games Jimmy Garoppolo's George cattle and I know I remember Shaquille Griffin during the weeks and I love the fact that kill such a good runner after the catch that's gonna give us more opportunities to knock that football out he roasted that corner a few times today and was running away and and running through everybody but at the end of the day about thirty two take aways for Seattle sixteen since week ten and the forty Niners put a lock on the rock tonight no turnovers zero huge that's the reason they lost to this team and veterans day night they turned it over again twenty one points off turnovers by the way kettle back to back over a thousand years after the epic thirteen seventy seven last year the most receiving yards ever by sided in the history of the NFL he needed thirty three yards to nineteen eighty six as well over a thousand for that every thousand yard site at and he is said to in a row in years two and three that's tied into pro football you can talk about Kelsey you can talk about arts that's fine those guys could not shine his shoes in terms of being a run blocker and he had some tremendous blocks again in this football game tonight and then Deebo Samuel we're talking about him offense and rookie of the year fifty five receptions that's the most for a rookie for the forty Niners since nineteen eighty three while but what are you doing January the eleventh Sir I'm gonna get let it leave okay well yeah we're going to get a letter but you didn't want regardless you know I do show up here and all this great fortune happens to me that you've been here six years you've gone through the up and down the good the bad and the ugly the really ugly what do you think it here now well your first for me it's it's why I got out of television and got with this football team because I wanted to be back with an emotional investment with a football team and the the depression over the you know the last five years it's been tough to handle me not a lot of victories obviously but the euphoria this season has made it all worth it and and I got to thank the the organization the coaches the players the access that I get during the week can you see if you're up there and you get the same access you just got a day job you go to work every day I got to get out of there you do but I I get I get an opportunity to get up there and get right in the middle of the drills with players in the weight room and and just being inside the circle again even though I really don't have a dog in the fight and I don't have a big impact on the wins or losses but man it is been a treat for me and it's really wide left television and and back with this this football team the team I grew up rooting for in the pay off now in year six awesome awesome there's nothing like it really no there really is nothing like it and with the fun is just started it's amazing so the twenty nineteen years in a row in a twenty twenty in the forty Niners again save the date say the weekend make your plans to be with us Saturday January the eleventh twelve thirty will be on the air with a pregame show will kick it off at about one thirty five and we'll see how they play it will not be the New Orleans Saints it could be Minnesota Minnesota beach New Orleans at Minnesota in New Orleans beach Minnesota a lot of the Seattle or Philadelphia yeah with these well in in the office for a third time and let me say this to finish it up and and I'm so glad that you're here and I'm so glad that you're a whack job because I have never had more fun going football games than with you I promise thirty three thirteen three is a big part of it yeah we got whacked out this year incredible are lot more coming your way speaking a whack jobs we got your online we got we got Dennis brown and there is a kick in you'll at Danville oh boy we're gonna get lit up the plates light home church they're they're just argue that there is a race that aren't going to get a teacher to have another post game show is coming your way just affect with the forty Niners accomplished all year and right out of the final play and the final in slide of the tackle by Drake grain law will remember this night forever the forty Niners win the NFC west to the number one seed they beat Seattle tonight by a score of twenty six to twenty one one final so long the regular season for chairman Mike Baird and Michael are Greg Pappas said so long from CenturyLink is the forty Niners finally went here and do it in epic fashion we will talk to you on January the eleventh twelve thirty with the pregame show before the first ever playoff game at Levi's you've been listening to the San Francisco forty Niners the twenty nineteen NFC west champion postgame show the U. S. bank forty Niners radio network you know Greg Papa Jim Ryan on the call Larry Krueger John well Dennis brown here to Kickin mule in downtown Danville where tonight we watched quite possibly the game of the year in the in the NFL forty Niners with their sick when their first division title in six years and they get a first round bye and they will be playing on January the eleventh at Levi's stadium we have the chance to move on to the NFC championship game and if you're driving around you want to talk about this one eight await QB are the phone number so many thoughts running through my head listening to that I like guys but the first one really is just that I really think of this team very similar to that nineteen eighty one forty nine team that that was on it was very unexpected year and they were six in ten the year before this he was for twelve last year and that team gotten incredible tackle on a third and goal in the Pontiac Silverdome against a lot against the Bengals.

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"mr richards" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dan as regular letter writers Mr Richard Feder was the name of this Y. bell's brother in law so I bell says Ratner got the idea for resound resented Danna from a song willing Johnny Johnny bow Bonnie banana fana fo finally P. five four one eight Johnny if you put in Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne again it comes in the well they're all then and now and enjoy one of those fancy she Nancy help you know the ones where it's really expensive than John but it's worth it because you get to see a lot of people that just don't know the bill the partnership for me was magical I was in love hopelessly in love says why bell but rather had a rule they would keep their relationship platonic years after Saturday Night Live Radner was diagnosed with ovarian cancer by this times white belt was working on it's Garry Shandling's show when it looked like writers health was improving she was a guest on the show I'm sorry I haven't been on television for a while that yeah what was wrong I had cancer what did you have whether it's Gilda Radner Billy crystal or Garry Shandling first Y. del there's nothing better than writing as a team you have a healthy respect for each other but it's slightly different so the alchemy makes it something that neither of you could have done by yourselves as the subtitle of his new memoir puts it Allen's wife bell has spent forty years trying to make funny people funnier Elizabeth Blair NPR watch it you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news and your listing on KQED public radio it's five thirty five starting April eleventh the moon is the biggest single object in the night sky that's visible to the eye alone but many objects that are too faint to see are much bigger an example is a nebula in the constellation bail it spans about sixteen times the width of the moon almost the size of your fist held at arm's length and it's getting bigger all the time the villa supernova remnant is eight hundred light years away it was born about eleven thousand years ago as seen from earth when a supergiant star exploded.

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We Are Celebrating Kobe Bryants #GirlDad Legacy

Yes, Girl!

09:55 min | 2 years ago

We Are Celebrating Kobe Bryants #GirlDad Legacy

"I I'll be honest. It's been a rough week. I've lost a bit of my spirit right now. We understand We're all learning learning about the news of Kobe. Bryant and his daughter who's donating he The seven other passengers and that Sunday was a horrible as a whole is really bad and we know everybody is hurting everyone I think honestly I think the the world is shocked especially Los Angeles. You know Peres Kobe's family his ways all of their families really everyone family. There's a lot of loss but there seems to be some love and gratitude. That's been bubbling. Blaine that you I noticed. Yes so we were looking and you know all the journalists. During their due diligence we know what journalists do. They were finding older clips of Kobe. Talking about being a father you know being a man loving his family and one of them that emerged. He's someone's did you ever WanNa boy because you know. He was the proud father of four girls and he was like you know. I'M A girl dead. All the way and the girl that movement has happened bothers all over the Internet. Ah from every race. Every corner of the world are proudly proclaiming girl. DADS fathers of girls just for clarity bothers. Girls groner young are posting the images. And how they are to be grow father and I quit. I have to say we needed this moment. Because as I was thinking about this you know definitely And I say this on the episode that we have in the weeds of covering it like you said You know the notes and the nuts and bolts but also legacy of Kobe But what has been really beautiful and I think it was your post on the one. You did on dedicated just to his relationship with G. G. and I started thinking about how we're going to broach conversation station this week and you know realize that we have a girl debt right here amongst us right in the office right in the office so while we were daughters four daughters. This someone we've been trying to talk to like you said we just wanted his business. His business masterclass. We decided to talk to our essence ventures founder and chair Richard Dennis tennis about being a Gerlad. Yep Proud data four girls and he's married four daughters ages twenty five to nine so he he knows a few you think And you know as a dis girl you guys know you often hear me talk about my relationship my father but you know I just can't stop looking at these images of Koby and Jonah and the thing that it's hard to find anything to feel good about but I was telling corey the part that I keep thinking his. He died doing what he loved. The most which is being an easing. Yep and if you gotta go let it be doing something you love with the people that you love and the fact that he was with his daughter being a coach and a father other supporting her supporting her friends. Yeah exactly and I have to say To all the amazing black fathers out there any amazing father's period. Yeah you know we see you. Thank you and this conversation. Today is my father's yet but it was time to have this conversation. Just talk about what it means to be the father of a daughter order so up next our conversation with richly Dennis and please after you listen guys Hashtag escrow. podcast tells about your girl that if you are girl dad just what you felt listening to the conversation and just what you feel about raising daughters. Let's talk about it so Charlie Pin Corey. We are coming together under different circumstances this week. It's been a rough week very sad Um as you know and as our listeners know we're all dealing with the sudden passing of the Great Kobe Bryant and and his daughter plus seven other passengers that died in a helicopter crash on Sunday But as you and I we've been deep the weeds covering it And the thing that I thought was most beautiful and this is not about social following social traffic. You did a story just on on the fact that when it was confirmed that his daughter was in the playing with him and they're behind and their bonds. And everyone's you know start talking about that and we sorry thinking like we've got to talk to a dad how they feel dad of daughters and how they feel about that and last night we would like Ritu Dennis the essence ventures founder and chair. And Not because you were easy to get to but it makes it made sense because you have four daughters ages twenty five nine Mr Richard Loud Girl Dad. We spent every day. I had the pleasure of getting to know some of your daughters here. They have their own podcast. Girls United shout out there with a walk into the shower at. We'll thank you thanks for. Thanks for thinking man inviting me me. You know it's Having having daughters In the world that we live in and the challenges that we go through the community but more specifically the challenges at Women go through in this society and raising women to not be afraid of what they face to not to not feel overwhelmed by what they faced. Raced to to actually be empowered by what they face and to and to be able to Look beyond the challenge in C- Eh See how you conquer that challenge has been has been an incredible motivating factor for me in my life in the things that I do. And so The Girl Dad thing Israel Israel that how did you feel. Oh when you heard this news. We're you you know what happened when I heard this news I was actually on a plane. ooh Move I was on a plane back from From Davos and and all. I wanted to do to hug my daughters. All I wanted to do was to hug them. And as soon as I got off the plane I made a beeline aligned to them. And that's that's what I did and And in that moment All the emotions emotions go through you right and all the emotions around what they mean to you what you mean to them but then also so what you must fight together and how and how much stronger you are because you have daughters and how much stronger they are. Because they they have a father that is focused on them overcoming and becoming in conquering and celebrating with them. I'm and living with them. And and seeing them go from infants to now young women and how they flourish in how they grow and the things that they're doing all all of that comes through you and there's there's nothing there's no greater satisfaction in life I can tell you like Kobe You know what's been surfacing now as the clip with the ESPN reporter L.. Dunkin where she asked him wants to. Do you ever want boys so so. Did you ever want boys. You know that I haven't seen that clip but I can tell you I've never wanted for a boy MHM Right I've never I've never wanted for a boy. I think that when you're when you're when you're a I have a sister right. And so you know I thought I would have a a son and a daughter right And then had my first daughter and then I had my second daughter and then had my third daughter and then I had my fourth daughter and I can tell you that there was never a time where where I thought. I hope. This time is a boy or I wish it was a boy or or any of those things right. And there's just something thing when you and I I mean I've never had a son so I don't know but there was something really magical each time. I held one of those babies in my hand. Right right when those young young girls in my hand one of those baby girls in my hand and all the responsibility that I felt right and all the all the commitment commitment that I felt in all the drive that I felt another motivation that I felt because I knew that I'd have partners throughout life in them and that they would have a partner in me throughout life and and that has just driven relationship which is just an amazing? I mean I I I think I have the greatest daughters on the planet as does every other but their minds claiming I think I have the greatest daughters on the planet.

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"mr richards" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

Classic Countdown Conversations

13:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

"Hard-drive Mr Richard hard-drive good no and then nowadays things like your cell phones and most modern computers use something called Flash drives guy or I don't know how they work. Really solid state drive is the called is basically the same things like a flash drive <hes> and it doesn't have a disconnect at all. It's just like immediately can get information doesn't have to do any physical labor. It doesn't spend there's no mechanical arm arts then. How is it go into it? The sorry this is getting a little bit out of my league as far as pure -nology has basically the circuit board okay. You're the information's on a circuit board it sends electrodes out and it gathers information from the electrodes and then sends it back in so it's really fast the the point is like have you ever gotten on your Mac and you seem like Little Spinning Beach Ball. I do yeah really slow basically like on older machines like there was an arm that physically had to move and the discount to spend so so there used to be what fifty two are R._P._M.. Seventy seventy money to yes basically there's like how fast these things could spend the flashes. I like the John's makes so basically yeah on a smaller like laptop you can only have fifty fifty two hundred per minute. Okay RPM stands for but <hes> yeah so someone came up with the hey the problem is that it's mechanical and the arm eventually wears out just like the tires on your car right right okay or whatever you know after so much you know mylan yeah so basically they came up with flash storage whereas like there's no moving parts and so it's like very unlikely that it'll ever go out see okay so that's what you're films are using. That's why things he's got became so or have become so much smaller things like that yeah. Everything's like razor thin right because the same when you're talking about discs earlier A._O._l.. Disks so you'll notice on older laptops. They have a disk drive in them. They're thicker well one way. They made the laptops thinner like the Max. Take that Oh it's like and that was like I remember back in the day. That was like a hard that was a hard <hes> corner to turn like okay. I have to buy an a disk drive side yeah but I think that was right move because a lot of people can you put this on a C._d.. For me and I'm like the I can't but I have to go dust off jewel cases having a causing honestly though like like I I was kind of when I got my my macbook Air I was like oh I kinda wish duty drive but I've never needed to use it almost never need. Everything's streaming exactly and then also there's ways around it like Bluetooth like right airdrop drop something that's faster than emailing crazy but also with the memory thing I was just going to say I used to tell people this all the time so your computer kind of has just like human beings you have your short term memory under long term memory okay so like your long term term memory. It's like you remember family vacations but then you're short term memory is what do we have for lunch to tacos right so the computer computers are lot like humans in the sense that there's two kinds of memories. There's your long term memory which which is like your hard drive okay and that's where all your files or someone like when they used to like break their screen or something they'd be like oh I lost my files and like no you didn't. It's on the hard drive right okay but if you break your hard drive you're and bad trouble in Babylon yeah so <hes> but then there's also your short term memory and that's called Ram random access memory and basically what it is is. It's it's kind of like a going back to the flash analogy. It's basically you say hey computer. Give me on A._O._l.. And so the rim runs to the processor which is like the brain and says hey crunch all these numbers so I can get Daniel on A._O._l.. And it's running back and forth so the more more ram in the faster ram you have clicker it goes yeah so the more you can memorize instantly by on the spot. It's like you're short term memory and so that's how I used to explain to people that's a good that's exactly what one of my points was going to be so thank you. John and I liked Ram. When you said the rams running back and forth I envisioned a Ram The an animal and the thing too? I tell people this all the time and someone told us to me when I was first learning computers computers are a lot like human beings like like when you turn your computer on for the for like we're not for the first time maybe like the first time of the day or something if it takes forever for like chrome or something to load. It's like just imagine like if you and someone's like Hey Daniel unusually give me this thing and you're ah I need freezes locks. Give the thing five minutes the only thing I'm GONNA say disclaimer for non techy people out there is I have had to explains. A lot of people computers. Getting really hot is bad computers. Being really cold is actually good okay. It's true cooler. They are the better okay okay yeah so same with humans. If I get to high I don't function well. Maybe when you get really cold. It's not good either. It's better than having too hot though I don't think so I'd much rather be the main thing is for machinery. Cooler is better than hotter right. Okay let me that makes sense yeah so when you have like a thousand tabs open under safari. Your computer is going to be slow because it's using all of your memory here you Ram Charan Yeah but if you if you are nice to it and you have a just a few tabs open then you close them say save them to your favorites. I'm good on your home funding me. They keep tabs open. I don't know if you do that but I feel like you're the kind of person that would do well. I mean I could take this analogy really far because like like for example. I have a monitor her especial monitor that has of Graphics Card so that graphics card is doing like part of the workload right. I'm on the computer so it's Kinda like having a helper okay so when my laptop is plugged into this monitor it's just like take it runs fat physically and runs faster. I open tabs faster or anything like that because I had this extra helper right right okay good friend. I have a good friend prints. I'm sorry sorry sorry all right. Okay thank you. You're welcomes helped make computers make more sense. I mean I underst- I. I don't understand the like how it works but I understand that it works that way. No Yeah Okay Yeah. Okay <hes> Philip. Let's talk about Stanley Stanley rest in peace Stanley's awesome eleven and <hes> the little did you see did you see the release okay yeah they visit the little <hes> and it was very very touching and heartfelt. <hes> so Corey's dream came true actually came true. When does it happen happened after so corey where he said it was going to happen before okay and he was GonNa Happen Opening night so he was wrong about some things but the fact that he had a dream that there's going to be tribute to him is <hes> crazy <hes> but Stanley doesn't deserve for all the credit that's true? I think I do know this so like a guy well. There are two other guys to other main guys. Maybe three there was the third name that will have to look up here but <hes> there is <hes> Jack Kirby where in the King Kirby they see right there. You are a see that he's he's high <hes> Steve Dicko ditka okay see the and then there's there's another guy that worked with them named named John Rowe Mita Romina. I don't know him as well but John Guys Jack Curvy Jack Kirby and Steve Dicko so helped helped creates the marvel stuff in the sixties Stanley become the the the wall had well hold on. Let me give some stuff so I want to know the answers Daniel so around around the say created all the all these things the three of them created Spiderman avengers daredevil X. men four silver surfer all stuff around the eighties. I think Jack Kirby got fed up with marvel and the and maybe Stanley and Dick Oh I don't know <hes> so he went off to DC oh and <hes> right around this time. Marvel started kind of failing okay and D._C.. Started getting better start getting much better <hes> they came out with the new gods so that's we talked about our vaguely. Remember this Okay O.. Rien remember that Guy Okay so oh is around that time dark side which is basically the DC version of Thanos dark side was I is there etc I before Thanos so so you see you start to see kind of where like Kirby's the King Kirby kind of probably mainly had the good ideas and probably should get a lot he probably not probably he should get a lot more recognition than he does. He does get a lot of ranking for sure probably from the fan base but not from casual the fans just like oh Stanley's like the marvel right. You know like Jack Kirby's in there. It's kind of like Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak errands thinks Apple Steve Jobs. It's like yeah but Steve Wozniak really in the beginning just really had a big yeah ause the wizard and then like Dead Co.. He helped <hes> here's huge spiderman was creating spiderman and all this stuff that go worthy disco that didn't make any sense the PETCO pets go go well anyways <hes> both Kirby and Dicko died before steinle. Oh Oh <hes> so Stanley Kinda just took inherited everything and he was kind of known as that win. The marvel cinematic universe started when they died. I will say so kind of in the same same ballpark. You're talking about so everyone thinks Bob. Kane invented Batman Yeah. There's another guy's name is escaping me right man. There's this no there's this fascinating absolutely fasting. This is on Amazon prime or is it who it's one of the WHO were they tell the story of like basically finger bilfinger basically helped co create Batman and for all these years almost the entire eighty years like he never got any credit had it or money and then and then finally this guy was on a mission to like get in there and so the Ben Affleck Batman. We'll probably one of the words Batman movies I remain they finally got his name in the credits and now family gets like money money money and stuff for any backlog money though no and you actually it's really sad like he died in his apartment alone finger. It's Kinda sad story <hes> but it's but it's cool because like his family has like an inheritance awesome stuff around because one of the things like when you investigate it. It's like Pretty Bob Games like I'm GONNA do Batman but bilfinger like drew his cave is coloring like all those basically the the character like no no today and and it's kind of one of those things again going back to the Steve Jobs Steve Wozniak analogy where it's like you. Yes you have these prominent figures who you identify with the company and Say Stanley marble you know see jobs apple Microsoft but there are these major role players all need to get like a lot of will recommend who's who's that other kid that helped start facebook and then he got screwed out of. Oh Yeah Soccer Berg started facing. Didn't you start with two other guys. Hey I think it was like two brothers and and then another another kid <hes> so yeah so comic books or cut through and also it's funny as we're talking about this dawn on me that <hes> we're actually learning a lot about humanity topics because like with computers with comics there's kind of like two of everything and like when you're talking about flash and a solid state. It's like same with comics. Everything has to names or there's like the Microsoft version of something and then there's like apple version of the and it's like the same in D._C.. There's like dark side. It's like D._C.. Came up with dark side I but since the MC US so massive Thanos dinners and a lot of like any common person can correct me if I'm wrong but a lot of great ideas D._C.. Did I and then marvel just made them better..

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"mr richards" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Made in California orange ornament throughout the world. Your health. Norma winds post the world, the lion, but your table is Roma wine made in California, Oregon, joy throughout the world. Roma by company? Fresno, California welcomes you get to this weekly out of such spent. From Hollywood Roma wines. Bring US stars miss Geraldine, FitzGerald and Mr Richard walk this. It's Gerald and Mr. wall with us lay in the unusual tale by the unusual James Thurber called a friend to Alexander. And now with James Bowes, bunion than strange story. And with fallen of rigid war as the man who was a friend Alexander and of Geraldine, FitzGerald as his wife best relates these events to us. We again hope to keep you in. Harry was a laughing happy, go lucky fellow before he began to have those dreams. I guess he was pretty much like, dozens of other man, go to work every morning. Settle down and solve chairs with the newspapers after dinner and like a weekend and the country now and then he was fond of easy living in good time, everyone else, he talked rationing tires and golf scores. Until until those nightmares began to play him at first, I was amused. I've been dreaming about Aaron Burr every night. What for how do I know what Aaron bird funny dreaming about nowadays?.

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"mr richards" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

BM English Speaking Radio

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

"The meaning of distinguished is very successful Vel known or commanding, great respect with beaming list. Speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English. Whoa. Cabinetry lesson. You learn how to use the word distinguished reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cabinetry, and speak English, fluently, and confidently distinguished is spelt as Deeks I s d I am g. You. I. S H E D. Do you agree that today? The world is one global village all countries need to cooperate with each other to develop and prosper will to achieve this objective. The distinguished leaders of the world meet every year at the economic conference in Canada, the exchange of information and ideas between the global leaders helps the world to progress for the listen carefully. How we can use the wood distinguished in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one off eight the principal missed a Maury decided to celebrate sanskrit day in his college. He consulted his teachers and decided to invite professor they're a distinguished scholar of. Sanskrit language, the professor gracefully accepted, the invitation and his speech, really inspired the students example number two of it. Have you heard of Michelangelo? I bet you must have he was distinguished Italians copter. Painter and architect. His works can be seen in room. He remains an inspiration for artists all over the world moving onto example, number three of it. Dr our retired from the government hospital last month. He served there for thirty years and had a distinguished career the hospital requested him to offer his services as a consultant boast retirement moving onto example, number four of it Malini distinguished herself in the field of dance and music. She was trained by several Gruz since the age of eight despite a busy career as a dentist. She never lost touch with dance and music today after thirty five years of dedication and commitment. She is respected for her contribution to the field of dance and music. Do you know venue, speak English, fluently, and confidently it opens new career opportunities and hands as your confidence. Build your socializing skills and help to become a global citizen to know more about English fluency causes log onto our web site, WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five off eight one of the distinguished members of the biotech research committee will be visiting Mumbai next week the purpose of his visit is inculcate. Do remember this one the purpose of his visit is to inculcate the spirit of science among students from several schools in Mumbai example, number six eight Mr. Richards, attended an important meeting with his guests from overseas means from other countries later in the evening, he will traditional clothes of the host country, which really gave him a distinguished look example, number seven eight a famous motivational speaker suggested that anyone aiming for a great professional success should pay special attention to development and communication. Skills. This will make them look distinguished among their peers. This is interesting, don't you agree rental? Rin begins cooling normally there is a common education system for them. However, we come across children with learning disabilities that are teachers who have distinguished themselves in offering special attention and care to saturation today. Relearned

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How to Use the Word "Distinguished"

BM English Speaking Radio

05:00 min | 3 years ago

How to Use the Word "Distinguished"

"The meaning of distinguished is very successful Vel known or commanding, great respect with beaming list. Speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English. Whoa. Cabinetry lesson. You learn how to use the word distinguished reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cabinetry, and speak English, fluently, and confidently distinguished is spelt as Deeks I s d I am g. You. I. S H E D. Do you agree that today? The world is one global village all countries need to cooperate with each other to develop and prosper will to achieve this objective. The distinguished leaders of the world meet every year at the economic conference in Canada, the exchange of information and ideas between the global leaders helps the world to progress for the listen carefully. How we can use the wood distinguished in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one off eight the principal missed a Maury decided to celebrate sanskrit day in his college. He consulted his teachers and decided to invite professor they're a distinguished scholar of. Sanskrit language, the professor gracefully accepted, the invitation and his speech, really inspired the students example number two of it. Have you heard of Michelangelo? I bet you must have he was distinguished Italians copter. Painter and architect. His works can be seen in room. He remains an inspiration for artists all over the world moving onto example, number three of it. Dr our retired from the government hospital last month. He served there for thirty years and had a distinguished career the hospital requested him to offer his services as a consultant boast retirement moving onto example, number four of it Malini distinguished herself in the field of dance and music. She was trained by several Gruz since the age of eight despite a busy career as a dentist. She never lost touch with dance and music today after thirty five years of dedication and commitment. She is respected for her contribution to the field of dance and music. Do you know venue, speak English, fluently, and confidently it opens new career opportunities and hands as your confidence. Build your socializing skills and help to become a global citizen to know more about English fluency causes log onto our web site, WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five off eight one of the distinguished members of the biotech research committee will be visiting Mumbai next week the purpose of his visit is inculcate. Do remember this one the purpose of his visit is to inculcate the spirit of science among students from several schools in Mumbai example, number six eight Mr. Richards, attended an important meeting with his guests from overseas means from other countries later in the evening, he will traditional clothes of the host country, which really gave him a distinguished look example, number seven eight a famous motivational speaker suggested that anyone aiming for a great professional success should pay special attention to development and communication. Skills. This will make them look distinguished among their peers. This is interesting, don't you agree rental? Rin begins cooling normally there is a common education system for them. However, we come across children with learning disabilities that are teachers who have distinguished themselves in offering special attention and care to saturation today. Relearned

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"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News, nine o'clock. Is. You and your best besties with that guy. Coming up on the program. Mr Richard Roper is here is going to tell us who the hell is Roma. And why did she get all of these Oscar nomination I need to see it? How crazy is this movie? Nobody ever heard of is sweeping the Oscars, absolutely. I gotta go. See it also the favourite if you it's spelled the British way bore and Black Panther and pretty good. Okay. You know, for me a star is born is the most important film ever made. And it was no k David a star is born and the Askar nominations. We'll talk about all that with Richard. Not a great day. The Bradley Cooper got snubbed. Yeah. He's getting snubbed a lot in this. And I thought he I mean, you just saw it just loved it. Yeah. I mean me. Yeah. It's great. There's a lot of ugly crying in. It is. Emily blunt got. Blunted by the the that was bad because she's you know, she's Mary Poppins in everybody wins from Harry Poppins. It's a law. If you play Mary Poppins, you have to win an Oscar the Black Panther a superhero movie getting nominated causing quite star deal. That's coming your way. We'll talk about all of that. But I Kim Gordon's in the WGN newsroom, and she tells you what's going on right now.

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"mr richards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That's a very tough. Different start. Yeah. Especially this Saturday afternoon. I'm going over there. Iran said I can see Tom Ricketts. Theo Joe Madden. Jed now the boys. Cub fans who have you lost confidence in Mr. Richards. Mr. Epstein, Mr. Madden. I love them all three three two three seven seven six. That's tough. How about one more White Sox poll question there? All right. So SOX fans who do you want? Okay. Aim and Machado Austin legis column. Manny macho. All right. Manny macho macho man savage, Bryce, Harper RIP. Ordine either Machado Harper both earn either vote now three three two three seven seven six are at ESPN one thousand I seem to be the only person on the face of the earth that doesn't want Bryce Harper my team. I don't care. What team it is? I don't want my team. I don't think he's going to help you Tom Ricketts who apparently. Yeah. I don't think he's going to help you everybody. Tell tell me all the numbers I heard carbon this week without. Call the numbers about how he's all ready to burst out his prime years and all that stuff. Three years JT real mudo has been better than Bryce Harper. So here it until rice Harper has another good year. So no Carmen, you're from Cicero. I'm from Cicero. Much. They believe in. Let's say. Right there. So. Township high school. Yeah. Now, he's not that area. But he grew up in borough. A it was born in Berwick area. So yeah, he knows where Freddie's is right there at sixteenth, right? Best Italian place in the area patron Saint of twenty second street, Saint Paul federal there you go. Oh. Jackie wouldn't get right over my head. Four black span. Robots? There were about seven savings and loans people save their money and ski said. My friends central federal Olympic savings. No. All all kinds of places. All right. Give me some cubs. Mir's? Allen talk a little bit about the cubs. Fred..

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"mr richards" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr richards" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Cocktail have full independence as far as I'm concerned, he has been given or we'll be given on appointment full authority to investigate all aspects of the Watergate case, it's what if an Senator Byrd's words this trail leads into the Oval Office at the White House as I replied, then the trial should be followed wherever it laid the senators didn't know that trail would lead to a White House with a secret taping system, but they knew enough about the constitution to use the Senate as a check against Nixon's attempt to kneecap DOJ democrat, Robert Byrd said Richardson was confirmed on the assurance he would not intervene in the probe on Nixon's behalf the forthright and by mister car, and by Mr. Richards to the sharp questions from committee members assure us as well as we can be done of these circumstances that the that the. Prosecutor will have full and complete authority and that Mr. Richardson will not attempt anyway, intervene does to the Senate mattered helping to later protect how the DOJ ran that Watergate probe in the same book. I mentioned oil recounts how behind the scenes when Richardson Dell with Watergate he cited his commitment that had been made to the Senate. That's the precedent. That hangs over next week's hearing on Bill bar because later when Nixon defied the special prosecutor's requests famously for the Watergate tapes and demanded Richardson fire the prosecutor will Richardson actually had two reasons to stand up to Nixon one he thought that order was wrong. But that's always a debatable thing between a president and an attorney general. More importantly to Richardson already pledged to the Senate that kind of order was wrong, and that was not debatable. It was black and white and under oath. So as you know, as everyone now knows he famously quit in protest setting off the constitutional crisis of Nixon Saturday night massacre. My own thing. Most important commitment to this objective was my commitment to the independence of the special. Prosecutor I could not be faithful to this commitment at also acquiesce in the tail -ment of his thority the country tonight is in the midst of what may be the most serious constitutional crisis in its history. Many remember that now some people look at the record and nowadays. Well, things don't work like that anymore. But if you think that you may not be paying attention because the Senate can make them work like that. In fact, it was in the very early days of the Russia probe that US senators did press Jeff Sessions on the probes independence, and he did make a pledge similarly to the Senate and upheld it in fact, it was the single act that led we now know to rod Rosenstein being in a position to appoint Bob Mueller in the first place, and which forever burned the sessions Trump relationship. We're dealing with an investigation that involves the Trump campaign. Would you recuse yourself as attorney general Howard review it and try to do the right thing? I have recused myself and the matters that deal with the campaign. I should not be involved investigating campaign. I had a role in. Next week, the Senate decides how it will press Jeff Sessions replacement now some Trump allies say that because bar is a respected experienced prosecutor. And he is there isn't a whole lot more. They need to do some Nixon allies in the Senate made the same argument about Richardson's appointment, you can see these echoes already. Proven worthy of his trust in many posts. And he ought to be trusted his opinion in this Miller, and has no reason for Mr. Muller stop doing this job. But history teaches the opposite. And this is so important for next week's hearings. The constitution is not based on trust or opinion. Attorney general Richardson was pressed into a pack that people hope would be unnecessary, but it was necessary. Now when it comes to the DOJ, let's be clear. Donald Trump is no Richard Nixon. He's way worse..

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