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"newtown" Discussed on The GM Shuffle
"He went up to Canada down his leg, and now he's wondering what happened to his NFL career. You know so. This is the last stop for for Antonio. Brown and whoever gets them is going to get the best version of Antonio, Brown like New England got for those thirteen days now. Can he do it for? One hundred and thirty days that remains to be seen, but I think there's a strong push I think Seattle wants them. I, Think Baltimore's interested I think it till he gets cleared by the commissioner and by the courts. With these charges I don't think anybody wants to do anything yet, so I think there's a little bit of that hesitation. Going on the other thing is is the problem with people don't understand in the league right now is because there is the threat of not having football or missing some games. If I give you a signing bonus. Let's say I give you a million dollars a day. And your space salary for that year's going to be five million so I lowered your cap number right well. What happens is if there's any games that are missed, you owe me that signing bonus probation back on the Games that were missed, which is unfair for players, because it's not their fault, they're missing games right so it's harder to do a signing bonus contract deal right now because of the problems with the language that goes in all standard signing bonus contracts that if you Miss Games it's pro, you got to pay back the team. It's interesting because it's. He's low risk high reward brown I. Think is high risk because. Get in. They're completely screwed situation, but again is high rewarded i. get the fact like you said. If you're Brady, you're going. Hey, man i. only have so many more chances at this. I got one or two years left I. Want to get into the ring and anybody who says well. They're strong receiver. You could always use of more talent. WHO's innocent? I don't want this guy. Just as a number three receiver number receivers well and the Ravens and the seahawks I mean the those sense, look at the commonality of you have great quarterbacks whether it's Brady Russell Wilson Lamar Jackson, and no matter what Brown is not going to. To be the focal point of the offense, right? He's he. Of course. He's not number one offense guy anymore. He's going to be a supplementary piece, but if he can prove himself, and all sudden take advantage of that situation, I mean I'd be shocked if he doesn't at least get a chance. Right Michael. He's got no. You mentioned the case, but it's it's a civil case. It was the same on those around before. Maybe a suspension assault case against a delivery driver, I know that civil sexual assault cases there, but I think he's back in the league. He's GonNa. Get a chance of of those three teams. Howie out. But we will see Antonio Brown back in a football field I. I agree with that and I think if you're Seattle, look I. Don't think Josh Gordon has adding lifting tank. I think people remember Josh, Gordon but two thousand and thirteen was seventy years ago. That's a long time ago. You know and he has been the same since then. He's flashed at moments, but his legs are gone so. I can't see that being the same I. think that know if I'm saying Seattle and if I'm San Francisco, I'm waiting to see what happens. I want to get involved in it because even though I. Get the civil cases that are out there, and I got to find I got due process to take and see what the commissioner does, but you're talking about a guy who's going to shift the balance of power, and that balance of power in the. The West between Seattle and San Francisco was was about a yard last year. That's how far close that balance of power was, and this guy would make all the difference in the world. No doubt he's talented is all the bag. Is that comes with it? Can you get his head on straight? But you're right about the last chance I mean got a Fan Tonio Brown, which screw this up. Theoretically, I couldn't imagine other team giving him a chance. Coming up a little bit later in the show Sopranos Section we're going to talk about the greatest lines of uncle junior. Trust me. There's no shortage of them, but wanted discuss all football history here and that is Joe Bugle. The Foam Redskins lime coach, and the architect of the famed hogs dies the age of eighty years old. He spent thirty two years in the NFL widely known for his work in Washington, Ray coach, the redskins all live from nine, hundred, eighty, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine. I remember of course, add coach. The cardinals I was from one, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, ninety-three, he came back to the skins, jobs return, and was there until two thousand and nine, the origin of the name in the redskins reached three super bowls a one to one thousand nine hundred pupils start calling the group. The hogs in nineteen, eighty two, and that was during a training camp practice. The name stuck as Gibbs told them. Once. You establish a nickname. It'd better back it up. Up oftentimes, Mike, you look at the head coach and you look at the GM's architects, but football is so specialized. You have to appreciate somebody that does such a great job with one specific unit and the hogs, specifically the old line. How critical they were the Redskins you can't underestimate the importance of job. Bugles to the game of football, right? No, I mean he was really he was a nice man. I mean you know had a lot of conversations with them. You know and. All through the eighties he struggled, he wanted to be a head coach, and he just felt like he was never going to get a chance and I remember having a conversation with them and saying. Joe At some point, you're going to have to go call plays where you're going to have to prove to people that you're not just a line coach because nobody wants to really hire a line coach, people see line coaches as as endzone tape. You know they only know what the line does. They really don't know what the passing Gabe. Is there really just going to be guys that run the ball all the time and don't really want to be run A. A true offense, though too conservative, and he's like what about Chuck Chuck Knoll was a great law. You know he's a line coach. He's been successful all through the. He couldn't do it so then when he gets his opportunity out of Phoenix, you know he goes out there and not a great organization by any means at that time you know. He spends four years as the head coach there he gets fired his last year and ninety three. You know seven and nine, and then he goes in the AL hires him for one year, and the stories are endless. That's not what I wanted. That's not what I want. Joe. You just not doing it right? So you know, and so then I think joe was best suited to be a line coach i. think that's what he was really good at teaching technique teaching fundamentals at a game where you know, you could spend your off season inside a bubble, and really working with guys make them better, and he was truly a gentleman. Really Nice guy always had a big smile on his face whenever you see a big greet. Greet you talk to you, It's really sad. Eighty years old unfortunately is too young to die in today's world and I. my heart goes out to his wife Brenda and his family thought it was a really good. It was really interesting to see Dan. Snyder's release said he sent out. It was very touching and obviously joe had a great impact on Dan Snyder, the owner of the Redskins, though question about bugle. Bugle you mentioned coaching. 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"newtown" Discussed on The GM Shuffle
"Never just leave town and get away. Scot-free that always has to be an inquiry discussion. What went wrong cracks in the armor etc etc and so when it comes to Tom Brady leaving through patriots? Of course there's gotTa be more than meets the eye. We're talking about Brady Natalie's half the pages but also with the buccaneers. Be Any good and Cam Newton. Where's he going to end up? Plus Joe judges offense to the giants. Why could be mirroring with the cowboys dip? Well let's start Mike with Josh mcdaniels and the fact that longtime NFL writer. Jerry Myers reported on Monday quote deteriorating relationship with offensive coordinator Josh mcdaniels. Planning the Tom Brady decision to leave. The pats Brady says that's not true. He issued a strong rebuke to Myers report on Instagram. Tonle author twenty-fifth Brady Versus Bank to. Please stop this nonsense. Please be more responsible with reporting mcdaniel stirred on the pats. Coaching staff. Sixteen a Brady's twenty seasons in New England and coached a quarterback directly for thirteen of those and for those unaware. Of course you are with the Patriots you saw that relationship up close and personal. What do you think about mcdaniel's and braided truth to the story? You know I just didn't understand it I I. My Office in New England was next to Brady was next to Joshua's and Tom would come by. And those two would go in there and spend hours upon hours meeting and it was always a positive easy going relationship that that bordered on you know you. GotTa make me a better player but I have complete confidence and faith in you and I trust your judgment and you know what I'd do well and so let's do it so like when I first. My first reaction to the story was like this is completely. I don't know where this comes from. And it can only come from 'cause then Gary said Gary said that If you knew my source no one would challenge the story. Well I think that's there lies the problem right because you're having an interpretation of your story right and re and the reality of it is is the person that may be interpreting. The doesn't really know what they're talking about. You know so that. That's you know because they might yell at one. Another that this amine. It's tankers relationship so in one sense you know this. This really goes back to what is true and what isn't true you know. Is this true? I think this is completely not even fair when you just realize that Brady just had had enough of the culture. Yeah I think as I said off the top. People can't just accept the fact that that could be the case. If somebody would tire the culture would want to change. Want breath is senior water. New Challenge would want better offensive weapons around the without denigrating. What he had in Tampa clothes better supporting cast and he had New England at least offensively at least from last year to this year. But you're right. People can't just accept that they have to look at what could have happened and I'll say this for Brady. Listen there's Times you see him. Obviously being argumentative emotional and he gets fired up and I'm sure they had screaming matches with Josh mcdaniels which you're alluding to but to say a deteriorating relationship that implies that they weren't speaking to each other right you literally have to have an intermediary. Hey Go tell Josh. I feel this. Go Tell Tom that. And that to me. It'd be hard to believe when you use those terms for a football team in this day and age that I mean that's just not even true. I mean that's not even true. I mean I think a lot of personal conversations. I think that Josh knows a lot about Tom personal life. Josh and Tom knows a lot about Josh's personal life I mean they were truly friends. I mean they grew up together. I mean they literally grew up together and if your best friends with somebody you're going to argue it's like what are the best businesses to own in? America are family businesses because why because family businesses allow you to argue with your brother? You can call your brother and ask so you can call your sister an asshole and there's deep deep deep-rooted love when you do it you know and so. Pat Summitt the head basketball former head coach at Tennessee. She said the family businesses are the way we have to set up our team. Because we have to be able to yell at one another and love one another and I think we really miss this. I think people that have never been in that Patriot organization that look from it from afar. Don't understand that yelling is just part of who they are. It's like as we honor the great actor. Jerry still who played the perfect Italian screaming at everything? I mean. That's just part of what we do right. I mean that's just part of how Italians communicate to one another. You get angry but that doesn't mean you don't love somebody and I think this is somebody looking from the outside in perspective. I wrote I. I re read what I wrote about Tom. Leaving for the athletic I think I wrote it back in March and I think it's right. I think Tom got tired. And I know this is hard for people to accept but Tom wanted to. Tom Wanted to do things that he knew he couldn't do. In New England. He knew he couldn't be instagram favor. He knew he couldn't promote Brady Brady. Twelve a TB twelve. You know he knew so. Instead of being a jerk and going against the program in New England he decided to. You don't want it's probably best that I leave like it's best that I go do it somewhere else because I can't do it here and no one wants to accept that like that's too hard for people to understand. It doesn't have enough look. There's nobody who's more of a conspiracy theorist I am. There's no way Oswal was acting alone. Our Okay I'M GONNA put that out there right so but in these cases sometimes you know. We're not seeing the obvious here. Now that you brought up Oswald I do want to circle back to one point document of family business operations if you call belly member an asshole in the in the Lombardy if there is a Lombardi your dad's Barbara cutting here but if it was like a Lombardi pizza place who would you be most fearful of calling an asshole in your family. If it was a family run business. Mom Dad who else my mother probably there without any doubt she to come right after me. Sheila just my father just he he would have been you know he. He would have just bottled up. The energy inside of my mother would have just gotten so pissed off. I mean you're always scared of your Mama I many. Let's face it you know in most Italian families. You love your mother and you and you're scared to death of her. I mean if you ask my two sons like who? They're more scared of all. There's not even close. It's not even close. I mean they love their mother beyond belief you know. Read the Mother's Day cards. It's incredible right but you know but in terms of like who gets angry and who comes after the study of close like I was. I was Switzerland and I was like I was I. Was they get in front of me? I was going to give up. I was giving out warnings. I don't think I wrote very many tickets. You know they get in front of Milly. They were getting tickets now. Picture you as Jerry Stiller from the Sopranos in the mix as well as Jerry seller from the seinfeld. That's good let's get to the buccaneers saying because whatever? His past is prologue. Are we sure the bucks are going to be good? There's people who are looking at them as is very sexy team. And why not the greatest player in football history there rob Gronkowski's come out of retirement? You look at the losses to the team. James Winston of course has gone peyton Barbara running back Rashard pair even the wide receiver. There's a few others as well and in terms of the draft. You get Tristan worse. The big tackle at Iowa who is a number thirteen overall Antoine Winfield. Good bloodlines a DB AT MINNESOTA. Those around big too and also the running back at her vanderbilt. The third round as well oftentimes might the whole keys. The schedule when I look at this bucks team. I know they're the sexy pick. But the Vegas odds according to Action Network Dot Com had the nine and a half. So let's start there over or under my instincts. Tell me under you know. I just think to me that that when you change systems and you go from something that you're very comfortable with you know something that you really. You know that you really feel is tailored for your game and you have to go meet someone new and try to start all over without any off season program without any real ability to. Kinda know and feel your teammates. I think that's problematic. And and and look you know I think that Bruce Arians you know I read the Clyde Christianson piece in the athletic that they interviewed him and Clyde was talking about. Brady's arm and I don't think there's any doubt about Brady's arm strength. I don't see any real decline in Brady's arm whatsoever but but you have to be honest with yourself to see that. Tom Likes to throw the ball in the millfield that the one area that Tom in terms of outside the numbers he likes to throw the ball in the middle of the field. And if you watch the Patriot offense. That's what he does. That's not necessarily what the bucks offense is all about so for me. I I think the under I think every game is going to be a challenge. Look I thought their defense you know. They played really well last year on defense and give all the credit in the world to to Todd. Bowles against the run. Last year you know yards. They were fifteenth in the national. Football League you know on Third Down. They were the fourth best third team. I mean Shaq Barrett played lights out. He was sensational. I mean they've got a lot of things that they built on last year. But ev but now you take a step up now the level of comp becomes an as the Great Virgil Salazzo once said they now become the hunted one. Solazzo mcklusky. Who's going to be the Michael? Corley shooting those guys in the head this year when they're having a sit down and write out of the gate of course we're focusing so much on the saints game and for good reason is brady versus breeze but after that you got the Panthers Broncos chargers at the bears I mean. That's that's pretty good slate coming right out of the gate to test yourself and say what kind of team are we made? Are we going to set a winning tradition here or not and I don't think you know that we're going to really know that I think the month of September for a lot of these teams are going to be growing pains? I think as betters? I think there's GonNa be a great opportunity to make money in the month of September when the season kicks off because the lines aren't going to be right. I mean just think about this. I mean last year San Francisco opened up in Tampa Bay and they were a one point dog then they went to Cincinnati and I think they were a three point dock the first two weeks you know. I mean that Baltimore opened up in Miami as just a four point favorite. They won the game by sixty fifty points or whatever they want to buy right so the lines in the first week I think are a little bit a little bit off. Because no one really knows. And that's when we had oh ta days that's when we had mini camps. That's when we had all this stuff I mean when does how do we know where they're going to be with Brady? How do we know Tristan worse is going to be able to handle the right right? Tackle House Kappa. GonNa handle the left guard position. You Know How our house Donovan Smith GonNa Handle left tackle? Kenny hold can brady feel comfortable with all the receivers. I think. There's a lot to ask and I think this. Let's go back to the Tom and Josh. Josh made the game and and because they were together for so long you know their relationship going over thirteen years. The the game plan that the TOM got in his hand. There was a lot of shit that was covered for time in that game plan and there were a lot of details that were covered in that. Game Plan. Now that's not the sake like Richardson won't have those details. Covered or Bruce Arians. I mean I found it ironic. They found out they were plant when they found out they signed bray. They're all playing golf from NATO golfing going on in New England. I can tell you that you know so. There's a little difference right there. That's just a little different right there. Now I mean who's how is it going to get comfortable for. I think people that think they're going to go over on the tenor mistaken. I think under nine and a half I think because it's nine and a half if they're nine and seven. I think they're having a hell of a year. Yeah there's Weather Vegas people are so smart. I feel like ten and six. But you're right. I wouldn't go above that. It feels like right about right and you said before they could be the browns of this year. I mean it. It's no certainty. They can even have a winning season. Things could implode if it's a tough adjustment for Brady if the defense doesn't step up if you can't stay healthy the certainly a lot of what ifs and that makes it and just because Brady is going to be happy. That doesn't necessarily mean they're going to be a winning formula especially right.
Feminism with Miranda Hine, Saraya Stewart and Natalie Bochenski
"A feminist. But today I went to see a feminist autism in Brisbane and I was very tired and I couldn't remember what is also called so when the Gallery. I said to someone with a woman attics woman in Germany so something to do with women very tired woman. Any woman woman ask. I'M A FEMINIST. But last night we played in Sydney. It's my first time in Australia. And when I arrived staying in Newtown in Sydney and looked up the best places for Lesbians Go Sydney the top of the list described as the Lesbian Mecca. Was You town Sydney? So can I just hold up there on the cultural sensitivity of Lesbian Mecca? Oh could we -solutely yeah decorate from the article so you have to send you a constellations? Ortis rental anyway after the show selling merch. Everybody in Australia is incredibly hot by the way. I'm not just saying that everyone is so hard is all of these whole quiz around the most able and we'll I was packing up the merge boxes. We're really heavy in our in front of all the quiz I lifted out myself and then as soon as they were gonNA jets carried by state. Jonah's Sarisi Razi. Jeff did it stop fucking so can I just say by the way sometimes and say you shouldn't do an Australian accent a because it sounds like you're taking the Piss and I really am not. I understand exit very hot because it was the accent all the boys hod when I was a teenager. All the Boise didn't fancy me. Had that accent so I still find it hard and actually this is what. I'm focused butts and off piste one. I'm FM'S BART MY YOGA TEACHER IN. Bonte the other day. Holy Hell and he had that real like he's no one. I'd I'd sort of marry on for a site but he's there was something about that. Real surfer dude wouldn't be compatible with him and I talked me long term. I mean for an afternoon. He was really times really sort of that blonde. You know and he was so yoga re as well and he kept like coming and when they sort of readjust. You adjusting may write a firm. He was quite strict and I was like dude. I'm a FEMINAZI. I am a feminist Bart. Today I told Grace Petri that she was Kohana which he'd Australia is. The Lesbian version of what a gay man refers to as bad. She's like a little kid Koala. She's furry like hair on a heads she's like. This is not what I thought. This is going to be so. I just thought I could see even intrigued stock. That is not a thing by the way you should say here in a lesbian bar. Nobody calls anyone a Koala made up the spoke for you bought. I feel it could take off. Koalas seeks Queens. Clemencia can't Kency break. Let's just one piece. I'm a feminist but when I was nineteen I was on the TV quiz. Show the Weakest Link Yeah. Did you watch that much Australia? Was it presented by Anne Robinson here? I'll fuck. This isn't gonNA work. I think it is. I think it was very. She was very young uptight meaningless woman and her whole thing was she insulted people so I went on the show and I didn't get very far off in the second round but in interrogations people who voted for me and Robinson this woman. Why did you vote for grace isn't because she's younger and prettier than you? Fuck you fuck Jane. You always remember the names the ones that bullying song about. Can you sing off that tonight? The only bit I remember is a line that said it was Jane a Secretary From Suffolk. And why she voted for me. I don't give a fuck. I've gotten better is very how cintos nineteen reeling has. She's come on in leaps and bounds. I'm a feminist but yesterday I sincerely said the sentence genuinely in a discussion backstage at the Sydney. What stops me from sleeping? With Barack Obama is my loyalty to Michelle where I live. Sometimes I just didn't that moment I was like no because of Michelle because of our friendship. We were on the same bill. We spoke of the school together. She didn't see me is because we'll speak. She had so much security around her and he got another or you don't you don't have to. I'm a feminist anything that stops me sleeping with Michelle Obama's loyalty to Barack Obama
A Seller of Purple Goods, a Jailer, and an Unknown God
"Listen we are. We're jumping back into ax today to continue our journey In Discussing Acts Sixteen. And today we're looking at a seller of purple goods a jailer and an unknown God. There's some incredible stories in these few chapters of the book of acts. And so we're going to dig in and so right off the Bat and act. Sixteen we encounter a friend and CO worker of Paul who is going to factor in heavily just future ministry from here on this Timothy in acts. Sixteen you hear Paul came also to Derby into lie. Stra and disciple. Was there named Timothy now on Timothy? That's like he's like he is probably outside of Barnabus right. He's going to be such a prominent figure for the rest of the New Testament right. He's pulse keynote. Address letters to Timothy and their ministry collaborates. Paul talks about missing Timothy wanting to send timothy when like these guys. Are Thickest thieves so what this Timothy Sharing Common with Paul that we find out real quickly here because he says disciple their name Timothy the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer but his father was a Greek. So what do we know kind of a is there a reason maybe that they hit it off so closely rank as Paul also has great gin Jr like this Ju- Greek connection right? I see what you're trying to get an I. Maybe this is just being like not seeing this before. Maybe other people have seen this in. It's really evident how ironic that chapter sixteen in terms of the contents is coming right after chapter. Fifteen right because what do we just talked about in chapter? Fifteen is this gentile inclusion in Jerusalem Council. Of what are we going to Ask Gentile converts to its fulfillment of the Jewish faith. Now what are we Gonna? Ask THEM TO DO. Or WE'RE NOT GONNA ask them to be circumcised. They just need to abstain from sexual immorality abstained from food sacrificed to idols food with blood in it. And then here you have. Timothy who is perfectly kind of representing both of these cultures of Christianity is going out into a Jewish culture because his mom is Jewish but then but then his father is. Greek is gentle. And so I certainly number one and God's providence that this is the kind of Co laborer that he would give Paul to help him Of course so Paul is is thoroughly Jewish right. She makes clear New Testament. Also somebody who understands in converted from also a Greek culture. But here's what's crazy about this Mason King and I in our colleague here at the Institute. We're talking about this yesterday. As he was preparing for a lecture. The training program is your little further so in chapter one dollars. Okay so this is Timothy. He's the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer but his father was Greek. He's spoken well of strap but then in verse three We. We learned that Paul Wants Timothy to accompany him. So come be my ministry partner. This is now the missionary journey that we're going out on any took him. And what does he do? Circumstances sizes them. Yeah right after we were just told. Hey you don't have to do that. Like some stage fright about becoming a Christian you. You're you're you don't need to do that. All you need to do as abstain from sexual immorality but here he gets a ministry partner. They're going to go on a Jewish gentlemen but primarily gentile mission. Yeah any circumstances them. Yeah why I think you know. It's funny because I was. I was hoping that we would talk about this I think that it is partly or I think it. Lines UP WITH PAUL's vision of laying down prerogatives and privileges. For the sake of ministry like pulsing. Listen you know like he talks about later on said I could I could earn incomes off my ministry but I'm choosing not to. I'm laying down right in order that you know I could be available to you that there are no road blocks in the going forth of the Gospel. I think this is a strong and weak thing. I think that Paul Sang Listen. Hey Timothy they're going to be people because right because his ministry you find out later we're gonNA talk about it. He goes in. He gets into a town where to go synagogue right right. He's he's going right there. So that's where even if the mission extends out to gentiles each newtown? He's coming into. He's he's jumping into the synagogue. I and I think that with Timothy. It says that hey. They knew that his father was Greek. Right all new all new that new the Jews father was Greek so I think Paul saying listen. You know obstacle. Let's just remove all of the things. Don't pause for awkward. Well it does seem like a like okay. Did they lift up? Everybody's rogue don't think honestly. I do have questions about that. I just I can't heads or tails of it. Everybody knew this guy was not a gentile. I mean do. Do you walk different. That'd be what is the deal. Evidently there was widespread information about this. That Paul was like listen. It's going to be a stumbling block. We have this. We're not gonNA having side conversations that distract us from Gospel conversations. Yes but it's really. I mean so basically you have. Hey you guys don't get circumcised. This guy get circumcised which I think is really informative for us in the modern church where anytime. There is a temptation to widely prescribed. Something that is Has already been noted. Hey this is not a test for Orthodoxy That we should we should question what. What's the cost benefit to whether someone here's your particular command or not? Yeah and and I think a coal here a picture to that part of the burden of spiritual leadership regardless of where it's at is the willingness. Yeah lay down. Because he's yes. He's a leader. That's important distinction. Here is is is that it's prescribed for him because he'll be a particular position of visibility exactly and so you can think of all kinds of correlations for for leaders in the Church today being above reproach being probably yeah number one of them And often we can talk about things like Christian Freedom That's like a theological category to say like wherever the Bible doesn't speak but your conscience doesn't allow you to do something. Don't prescribe that for me. We get to walk in freedom. And that's true and that's really important especially in some maybe kind of heavily. Legalistic circles fundamentalist circles. That would say we're going to go beyond scripture and demand that you also maintain these ethical boundary markers but the other side is also true. Is that that could lead to an anti communism where we basically don't WanNa follow any law at all. Yeah and Paul's really charting a middle course here and saying yes. We are free in Christ acts fifteen while at the same time. We're willing to lay down our rights for the sake of the rest of the Gospel Acts Sixteen. Yeah that's a really incredible tension. It really didn't find myself. You know go on my own personal life. Moving between both of them. I am free in Christ but I also I don't want to leave anything down. You know freedom all you have to do. Is these things. Then you realize you know what this could be a stumbling block or an officer for the Gospel. Lord help me lay this down. We'll and yes all yes to all of that. That's really important. I think it's also an indicator that we've mentioned multiple times in acts that that the Church's formation is emerging from from not just thoroughly but almost completely Jewish sensibilities and sources. So it's easy for US specifically for non Jewish people to really quickly rush past all of the The Jewish roots of this story and access. Full of these little glimmers where you start to see like their self understanding of this is as the full expression the proper expression of what all the. Old Testament was about three. It's still very much we rush. Pass it in almost Judaism as like this all together separate thing and we know that in light of the resurrection how the Christian community forged it has from the Resurrection Onward. It became increasingly more distinctive. The the difference but at this point they are still very close to that. Yeah for sure. Well and I think our unfamiliarity with the Old Testament means that as as as New Testament gentile believers were like circumcisions. Weird guys like. Why are we even talking about this like? Why is there a Jerusalem Council? You know you would think they'd want to dump that off as soon as possible front. But if you're familiar like with the story for example Moses where where God says. He's he's going to kill him if he doesn't circumcise his son because he hasn't been Abedian to to circumcise his son. And then Tzipora gets in there and fixes the problem in a rather dramatic fashion. Those are the stories that are are looming large in the consciousness of the Jewish mind. And so it's not it's not a small thing at all. I mean it is it is it was a it was such a strong dividing line in the Old Testament and Paul understands that in order to initiate a conversation about The shedding of blood for the renewing of life. Yeah he he needs to make accommodations
Philadelphia: Delaware County Second-Grader Dies From Flu Complications
"A one grief counselors at a Delaware County elementary school today after a second grader died because of flu complications from Broomall he would have used in a manner as parents were dropping off their kids here world elementary some had tears in their eyes this is where math he was arc was a second grader in a letter to parents the superintendent of the Marple Newtown school district said Matthew had the influenza B. virus and died Sunday night he's described as having a happy smile and kind heart and his friend Bret tells NBC ten he can't believe he's gone oh my god this is so sad he's not gonna be here anymore and I just went up to my room and I was just like crying in my bed because I
Delaware: 2nd-grader dies from flu complications
"A Delaware County elementary school is on high alert after a second grader died from flu complications Hey why W's ten Jimenez reports grief counselors are now on hand his parents were dropping off their kids here world elementary some had tears in their eyes this is where Matthew was arc was a second grader in a letter to parents the superintendent of the Marple Newtown school district said Matthew had the influenza B. virus and died Sunday night he's described as having a happy smile and kind heart and his friend Bret tells NBC ten he can't believe he's gone my god this is so sad he's not going to be here anymore and I just went up to my room and I was just like crying in my bed because I really do have some the district is concerned that others in math these class and anyone in the school could have been exposed to the flu virus officials ask parents to monitor their kids and say any students who have flu symptoms in the building will be sent home the district also says a teacher is out for the week with the flu and that person's taking Tamiflu according to the state health department this is the first child flu death this season so far nearly fifty people have died in the state
Philadelphia: Delaware County Second-Grader Dies From Flu Complications
"A Delaware County elementary school is on high alert this morning because a second grader has died from complications with the flu they would have used him Jimenez joining us live from Broomall now with more on this him good morning good morning Carol and grief counselors are expected to be here today and Worrell elementary school this community mourns the loss of second grader Matthew was Sarak who's described as someone with a kind heart and a happy smile is obviously very sad and I just I'm still kind of grieving and then taking it all in that's a world parent talking to NBC ten about this the mobile Newtown school due to this school district superintendent sent a letter home to parents explaining what happened officials say Matthew have the influenza B. virus and die from complications Sunday night as this community grieves there is a warning to parents that that Matthews classmates and and really anyone in this school could have been exposed to the flu virus and maybe the last week or so officials say a teacher is home sick with the flu out for the week taking Tamiflu and are asking parents to keep a close eye on their kids for any symptoms any any children who are here teachers may observe it that see that they have any symptoms they will be calling home to pick them up now Matthew is the first child to die in Pennsylvania because of the flu this season according to the state health department nearly fifty people have died in the states so far in overall Carol thousands have
School district told to be on ‘high alert’ after student dies from flu complications
"Our top story at six oh ones very sad wanted Delaware County elementary schools on high alert this morning because a second grader died from complications of the flu he one of these two men as joining us live in Broomall this morning with more on this to him yes Caroline the superintendent of Marple Newtown school district this sent a letter home to parents in that and
Delaware second grader dies from flu complications
"Devastated Delaware County school children will be offered counseling when classes resume on Tuesday the sudden death of a second grader at Worrell elementary has created a wave of grief through the marble community is K. Y. W.'s Pat tadi a lot of tears are expected in comfort will be needed when Worrell elementary school children realize they will no longer see Matthews arcs bright smile or feel his kindness the second grader died unexpectedly from flu related complications on Sunday night the official word about a sudden death coming from Marple Newtown school superintendent Dr Tina came in a letter she shared that Matthew was always offering help to his classmates and teachers and love being with this friends the Pennsylvania department of health has been tracking the flu this season and for the week ending February eighth there had been forty seven flew associate at that no deaths have been reported in the youngest age group people eighteen and younger so Matthews could be the first fatality in that age group this will see superintendent is asking families to keep Matthew's parents and his older brother Jake up in their thoughts as they try to cope with this unimaginable loss hi Connie Hey why
Texas judge orders Alex Jones to pay $100,000 in legal fees, refuses to dismiss Sandy Hook defamation case
"There a judge in Austin is ordering conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay a hundred thousand dollars to the parents of a child killed in sandy hook Alex Jones is being sued for defamation in Austin Texas by the parents of a six year old who was among twenty six people killed in the sandy hook elementary school shooting in Newtown Connecticut in twenty twelve they another family say the info wars operator they're defamatory statements against them by calling the sandy hook shooting hoax the state district judge in Texas which owns operates info wars Jones defense team intentionally disregarded in order to produce witnesses he ordered him to pay the legal fees of the sandy hook father who's suing him the judge also denied a request to dismiss the case an attorney for Jones is vowing to
Newtown football team wins state championship on anniversary of shooting
"On the seventh anniversary of the deadly mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school in Connecticut a moment of joy lawyer for the town the new tune high school night hawks won the state football championship well the linebackers was the brother of one of the shooting victims been pintos brother Jack was among those killed one player says the whole town turned out to cheer the team on a special night the title was the first for new town since nineteen ninety
Newtown High School wins state title on Sandy Hook anniversary
"Some excitement on a somber anniversary yesterday in Newtown Connecticut well the town commemorated the seventh anniversary of a mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school that killed twenty young children and six staffers the high school football team won the state championship with just seconds left on the clock in the game deadlocked at seven quarterback Jack street connected with wide receiver Riley ward for a thrilling thirty six yard touchdown to secure the school's first state title in twenty seven years senior Jerry Dunn said we knew we had to bring it home for our town it was especially bitter sweet for linebacker been Pinto who lost his brother Jack in the
Newtown High School wins state title on Sandy Hook anniversary
"To celebrate life after so many deaths on the seventh anniversary of the deadly mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school in Connecticut a moment of joy lawyer for the town the new tune high school night hawks won the state football championship well the linebackers was a brother of one of the shooting victims been pintos brother Jack was among those killed one places the whole town turned out to cheer the team on a special night the title was the first for new town since nineteen ninety two Sam lead singer CBS news
Church Services, Vigils Mark 7th Anniversary Of Sandy Hook Shooting
"Saturday marked the seventh anniversary of the sandy hook elementary school mass shooting in Newtown Conn that was marked with vigils church services and local high school football game wired Lynsey of Connecticut public radio has more in the final seconds of the fourth quarter the new town night hawks were in a seven seven tie against the Darian blue raise new towns quarterback Jack street large the ball to wide receiver Riley ward and then just like that new town became state champions here street feel so good for the whole community the whole town I mean we really needed this a special day like today just not believe a win for the legal time line backer been pintos little brother Jack was one of the twenty first graders killed in the two thousand twelve shooting the team's quarterback wears number two in their wide receiver don's number thirteen if you multiply the two that equals with the team because they're twenty six
Newtown Wins State HS Football Title on 7th Anniversary of Sandy Hook Shooting
"In Newtown high school in Connecticut winning the state high school football championship on the seventh anniversary of the massacre at sandy hook shooting victim's brother was a linebacker they won the game on a thirty six yard touchdown
College Basketball Rankings Roundup
"College basketball final fantasy over Missouri Kansas city ninety eight fifty seven Oregon beat Michigan seventy one seventy in overtime Memphis coach penny Hardaway got extra security all day and not feel he called Tennessee coach Rick Barnes whoa plants last year the Tigers got the win fifty one forty seven ending Tennessee forty one game homecourt winning streak NBA Mexico City final over time first the Philadelphia one twenty one one nineteen nothing special for seven years to the day after the attack on sandy hook Newtown high school football won the state title today with a thirty six yard pass on the final play can't street to Riley ward there is joy
Church Services, Vigils Mark 7th Anniversary Of Sandy Hook Shooting
"The gills in church services today in Connecticut to mark the seventh anniversary of the sandy hook elementary school shooting remember victims of other gun violence since the tragedy in Newtown twenty first graders and six educators were killed at the school that
U.S. Supreme Court will not shield gun maker from Sandy Hook lawsuit
"Hall the Supreme Court has dealt a blow to the gun industry refusing without comment to block a lawsuit against Remington arms from family members of nine victims of the sandy hook massacre in twenty twelve the families argue the gun makers marketing practices inspired the killer who used a Remington made Bushmaster a military style rifle to kill twenty six people in Newtown Connecticut including twenty first
"newtown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Newtown Connecticut he's taken that awful experiencing created something called sandy hook promise it's an effort to keep something like that from happening again he told children here at the Garfield middle school about sandy hook promise which is just about reaching out to your peers your friends and neighbors who might be isolated from feeling alone or left out which is not a nice feeling that feeling of isolation can lead someone done a terrible path he encouraged the kids to be supportive of all their classmates so that none of them is tempted to walk down the dark path from revere Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren continues to rise in the polls and is now a front runner in the twenty twenty democratic primary but for many people outside of Massachusetts she is not that well known a recent poll from the Associated Press and our city center for public affairs research showed that nearly one quarter of Americans said they don't know enough about worn to have an opinion but the same poll shows that just about one intending Americans say they don't know enough about former vice president Joe Biden or senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont meanwhile in the wake of a possible entrance into the democratic primary by Michael Bloomberg senator Warren continues to go after billionaires and Wall Street rations our government one of those billionaires in the leader on Wall Street is Jamie Dimon the CEO of JP Morgan chase who defended himself against warns of tax with Leslie stall on CBS's sixty minutes so Elizabeth Warren said in Iowa the other day our democracy has been hijacked by the rich and powerful and you jumped in and said this week about her that she was vilifying successful people and having harsh words for Wall Street bankers what I was coming to him is it anything until five people I used to like I think that you know most people good not all of them thanks to vilify **** we should build by people worked hard to accomplish things and so it might come as I think it's American society which is attacking each all the time she said the the system is working great for the wealthy and well connected and Jamie Dimon she brings you up doesn't want that to change I'm not going to comment on any one particular diamond does admit that income inequality is a problem in the U. S. sense beginning of business let's get the very latest on business from Tracy John P. at Bloomberg good morning Tracy good morning art sit Reebok owner adidas has to so called speed factories there mostly automated facilities that use three D. printing another experimental techniques there is one in Atlanta and one in Germany the experiment is ending a D. this plans to idle the speed factories and exports the production techniques to Asia where most of its products are made trade helps sent stocks to multiple records last week now there is concern that the US and China are having trouble getting a deal done the Dow was down a hundred two points the nasdaq is down thirty two SMP down ten points I'm Tracy junkie.
Joe Biden slips in latest New Hampshire poll
"Joe Biden to giving him the latest call of New Hampshire Democrats the former vice president support dropping nine point since July to pull from C. N. N. N. S. S. R. S. senators Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren now lead the pack with twenty one percent and eighteen percent respectively in New Hampshire former congressman vento Rourke is barely registering in these polls but he will be in Newtown Connecticut today to talk gun control rock roll fewer people directly affected by the sandy hook school massacre as the only candidate to declare he will take a are fifteen A. K. forty seven rifles away from water now rightful owners under the law
Jury awards $450,000 to father of Sandy Hook victim in defamation case
"Sandy hook father who sued for defamation AS one four hundred and fifty thousand dollars a jury in Wisconsin awarded four hundred fifty thousand Bucks to the father of six year old killed in the twenty twelve a shooting in Newton Newtown Connecticut is the sandy hook shooting after a judge ruled that the man had been defamed by the publication of a book denying that a shooting ever took place yep on Tuesday a jury in Dane county determine the amount that Leonard Posner whose son Noah was the youngest of the twenty six victims killed in the massacre should be awarded after a judge ruled that the book is that books authors James Fetzer Mike politic had to thirteen Mister Posner in their book factor and pallet Jack claim that Posner faked his son's death certificate as a part of a hoax staged by the government to take guns away from Americans because it couldn't just be that a crazy person one and shot up the school it had to be this other thing that Sir is in America's professor of philosophy at the university of Minnesota Duluth who lives in Wisconsin he called the decision absurd and said he planned to appeal to the Wisconsin state journal according to the Wisconsin state journal of Bolton who is Mr factors lawyer did not return calls for
"newtown" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"The Newtown families are proceeding with a court case to try to hold him accountable. But the companies that allow for this nonsense this garbage to be spread out over the internet have a responsibility and a duty themselves to do something earlier than they did in the case of info wars, I wish that these parents could shut it all out, but they can't they cannot and some of them have frankly turned to chasing down these conspiracy theorists as a fulltime job because they see it as their responsibility. To make sure that everyone knows what happened to their child and think about how that sort of second victimization works when every single day, you're logging on to the internet trying to find the people who are denying the death of your child. That's something that none of us can comprehend and well, we can't ever make these lunatics completely disappear. There are some big commercial actors like Facebook like Twitter who can do a much better job of policing their Facebook like Twitter like Google, right? Like internet service providers. They are broadcasting the head over the air. They are spreading the lies Google on the search engine something, I know way too much about like a conspiracy theorists put garbage there and Google has a responsibility to to to not publish it at the top of their list. I know I know that we sometimes they are so big that they feel like the government. But. They aren't they are a private commercial actor that can decide what they spread and what they don't. There are restrictions on government as to what kind of restrictions. We can place on speech. But these big commercial players can make values decisions they can't. And guess what? If it's none of the search engine people. Don't don't don't go to it. Right. So they're the ones who are basically publishing an index that leads people directly to these hate sites. I wanted to ask you because you're in foreign relations, and you get access to this stuff. What about the Russian connection with the NRA and Maria Putina and all the rest. What do we know? Now about what why was Russia working through the NRA? Well, this is one of the reasons why it's a connected back to your prior conversation. We need to see the report is because there may be information inside that report about this connection between Russia, and the NRA we know that Muller was looking into this question. We know that the NRA was all of a sudden flush with cash. In two thousand and sixteen cash that they all of a sudden don't have any lining is hemorrhaging dollars. And so it's hard for me to know where I feeling somebody knows. So where does the thirty million come home? I mean, that's that. That would be nice to know in a report that right now only one member of the United States government has actually. I mean, we have to get to it. He has to give us this report. But here's a question. What is he going to redact from this report is he going to take out all the information regarding Russian money that may have been funneled into political interest groups in the United States because it is quote, unquote, sensitive and not available to members of congress. There are going to be some fights coming up and not just on whether the reward is released. But what's in it? Here me. The Republicans forced the release of all the three o two's for Hillary Clinton. That's something. They did last year. That's that's the same. Exact thing is basically grand jury testimony. That's right. And I was gonna ask us out of there. Are you going to ask for the report, but the underlying investigative material because if you remember back to nine hundred ninety eight when Ken Starr issued his report in the fall of nineteen ninety eight not only did the report go to the hill, but boxes and boxes went to the judiciary committee and actually staff members were able to look through that material and that form the basis for the ultimate judgment..
"newtown" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We are not aware of other people. But we cannot assume they're not others at lat Jews Zealand national police Commissioner Mike Bush announcing the arrests free men and a woman in attacks on mosques in the city of Christ Church on the southern island. We have multiple fatalities at this point. By can't say how many better is significant two suspects not content to just shoot their victims dead. There were a number of days attached to vehicles that we also stopped. I've been might Saif by the defence force. But that does go to the seriousness of the situation. New Zealand Prime Minister just send to Arden calls at one of the country's darkest days in this country. The Simon Wiesenthal Center is reporting on online extremism, your online terror hate survey, giving Facebook and Twitter less than a grades for stopping online hate Instagram got to see but report author Rabbi Abraham Cooper says there are bigger concerns like Russia based vk dot com or Gad, which is the platform. That the shooter Pittsburgh use. The hate survey says that racist and terrorists are migrating to lesser known but still dangerous social sites. Andy field. ABC news, Washington and appellate court in New York rule that former apprentice contestant summer services defamation suit against President Trump can move forward. The judges said the supremacy clause of the constitution was never intended to deprive a state court of it's a thorny to decide cases sued President Trump for defamation after he called her and other women who had accused him of sexual misconduct liars. The ruling raises the possibility the president will have to sit for a deposition Aaron Katersky. ABC news, New York divided. Connecticut supreme court ruled four three that gun maker Remington can be sued over how it marketed. The semiautomatic rifle used to kill in in a school in Newtown in two thousand.
"newtown" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"But also at some level Newtown seems like the thing that has the potential to ruin a lot of call of duty multi-player because they're always incentivized. But in the past it's been like a priori map or something like that. So to allow people who got the map to play it. They'll set up like twenty four seven Newtown. And I'm going you get the sense of like when the game is flagging the twenty four seven Newtown playlist comes back, and it's like, hey, let's get on Newtown and just level up, man. You can power level because this map is smallest fuck. Why people like it? Okay. I mean, it's a good, man. It wasn't good map. But I I don't feel like it needs to be brought back as many times it has. I mean on kind of a bystander to to call duty phenomenon that like when they bring maps back like that. Or are they bringing back a layout or just an art style? Like both is Newtown, actually, sometimes the art style will change. So when they because this game is set so far the future. Yes. Sure. Done futuristic versions of Newtown in a way. And but like floor plan is the thing people showing up for more, okay and style. Definitely like, hey, it's the living room in their Mankins in here. You know, there's goofy shit. Like when you go into a new version of Newtown, you expect to kind of know your way around totally okay. I haven't seen this one. But I assume it's the same. And in this game to actually did bring back whole cloth like maps from previous black ops games. And those. Those are they made the right choices. They brought back. Some really good maps from earlier games. So what's the super super tiny cul de four map shipments? Ship shipmates. I liked shipment. If you like shipment. If you like leveling the fuck up I recommend shipment and gave. No. So I want to say I can't say for sure. But I I want to say that Newtown will be the smallest map in the game. Okay. Are they rolling that out as part of the or it's free? It is on PS four today to other platforms after that. And then they did a bunch balance changes that I looked over and actually looked at when like oh actually seems cool. Maybe I'll try some different guns or whatever. But. Time more. Might have to go down with that. It's check that out look at it. Well, I feel like we should record an unfinished or something. It's it's. The thing then. Understand you had a time. Yesterday. I didn't have time where I lost time. Warped through time in the live. I found the DeLorean I put it on the railroad track. No, I I just had an incident where I spent hours trying to fix a PS four off and on yesterday where it was just booting them to safe mode saying you didn't stall the latest firmware directly from the downloaded from the website. So go out by a thumb drive because it can find any shit anyways. Long story short. I reformatted the whole thing loft some data that had uploaded to the cloud and lost like. Somewhere between four and six hours of red dead progress, and you know, whenever I lose a big chunk of progress in a game. It's always like, oh, man. Do I really want to totally it's back. Check of just like how much do you actually want to do this and red dead in particular is like skipping cuts? I like. I like that they let you skip cut scenes. I don't like that you have to ride to the missions. So frequently to spend, you know, a good fifteen minutes seems I don't know if that's accurate, but it seems like at least fifteen minutes writing in some cases like quest where I had to ride from really far south all the way the Valentine. And that one I'm just couldn't skip it because you know, they're talking to you and all that. But the biggest heartbreak about it was it was right after I had done a bunch of just upkeep shit. Got a new outfit. I sold to offense. Got new guns. Stylized all my guns. Went back got new clothes to that's my guns better. Because I was like, well I start with the guns. I then I want my Arthur mortgage, it'd be like all these cool Pearl. Oh, wow. Yeah..
"newtown" Discussed on DLC
"But then we got to last year's World War Two and they said boots on the ground this and that. But in between there was black ops three, which did the whole specialist concept which I wasn't a big fan of. And here it is back again. So kind of like, well, it's, I guess they're a victim of the whole fact that three different developers are working on three different projects at at almost basically the same time. So they can't really like be informed by the success of what comes before and what doesn't does it work. So it kind of seem like they just moved on and we're like, we're going to stick with this because this like over watchi- concept of like, oh, you know, you have a super ability in this and that is pop. Dealer right now, but I, I never really enjoyed it. I kind of liked what World War Two did and kind of stripped it all away and made it a little more, you know, truly boots on the ground like, yeah, just you've, you have straight on skirmishes. The game still has a lot of quote unquote nonsense going on that I, I've never been too big a fan of. Yeah, let's talk about blackout because that I would love to know the numbers of of the amount of people are in blackout compared to their multiplayer because I wonder if it's too siphoned everyone out of there, but let's talk about blackouts getting all the attention. Of course, battle royale owns the world right now and I, I'm not a somebody that plays a lot about royale obviously, if people listen to show that I'm a mogul, but what is it gave explain to me? What is it that they do right here? Why is it such a so popular and what are they done that out does pudgy for example, I think I think that it isn't so much that it it does things that pudgy didn't have the potential of doing. I think pudgy just was a victim of its own limitations in terms of scope and team and things like that and ability to polish brand. It just puppy was just a buggy or. Experience. It didn't have like a very good variety of environments. I mean, one of the greatest things about blackout is if you're a call of duty fan, you can say, well, I'm gonna land. You know here I'm gonna land there and all those areas. Even if you don't realize where you're landing. Eventually you'll land there and start to look around and go, wait. This is called duty map. You know, I'm in. I'm in firing range. I'm in, you know, here and there. And so so they just basically like patchwork quilted together maps that they had already made? No, because they have they still have a different feel to them like you can land in Newtown, but it doesn't really. It's not just only Newtown. It's not just like hears Cup, EM pace. Newtown, it's, here's Newtown. And then here's like the suburban neighborhood attached to Newtown that has been kinda decimated and there's like a tunnel system underneath Newtown each. It just feels like there is more going on with the map than than even fortnight, like four nights map. Is has a lot of, you know, in unique landmarks and it changes, but it it still feels like it was built from those the assets of the like, save the world in like, you know, we have this kind of template and we have this engine and this this Matt maker. Whereas this blackout feels a little more handcrafted and very, you know, very few battle rows that have been popular have offered that. And that's on top of like just know buggy really issues like nothing that's just kind of been too frustrating for me. I just think it's it's really well made it. It's not something that like I'm gonna play for a long time. I'm not crazy about battle royale, but it was almost immediate playing at that. It was like this. This is a good one. Yeah, this is this is this is the, this is the counterpoint to fortnight. This is like the more kind of like fast paced, first-person shooter battle royale. So where does this. Take cod in the future..
"newtown" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Good starting international incident with that. We love. We love everything British. Oh yeah. In the UK like please don't take it fence. We absolutely adore, love t. I love scones British dry humor. All of those things. At the same time, you love doctor who doctor who, what's the most British thing you love as an individual. So we just went to Bob and I and my family about go friend lives wall went to the Pandora, which is a doctor who themed restaurant in New York, and it was a lot of fun. It was really cool. A lot of attention to detail you like Noor doctor who nerd you get to overlook. That's from this episode very, but the food was often top of all that the food was far better that it had any right to be. Why. Hey, may wanna go back just for the food. That's rare. You know when you have a themed restaurant, like that's more about the hokey nece and all that than the food. But I mean, it's rare. It's near the Bronx zoo, right? I'll go with you guys j five minutes from the Newtown house minutes. It's themed restaurant like you just it's the same old crap. They rename it. Rory's Roman Caesar salad, you know? Yeah, they have a themed restaurant in Los Angeles that people actually say that it's not great, but it is called saved by the max, which I'm sure you guys won't appreciate, but your kids might you guys remember saved by the bell? Oh, yes. Say by the they recreated the max here in LA so you can eat at the at their old stomping ground with this was the dishes were just seemed name. They were really, really good, the tasty. The most incredible thing was the the blueberry cake. It was the Madame pompadour. And it was the most intense blueberry flavor. I've ever experienced what it was like magic. I would like that. Awesome. It was on a light would I would. This is not an ad either. He's just. Anyway, we talk about things that are British that we like so caria. Yes. What's the word? It's not British. That would have been a good. Maybe it is British. I've no idea throw, you becomes. Yeah, there are no use in this. This week was recommended by Steve. St., hey, yeah. The word this week is styled Matry, aka Stilo metric. If you want to change the the form there, and it is an interesting word. So the the simple definition, this is Miriam west Webster definition is that it's the study of the chronology and development of an author's work based, especially on the recurrence of particular turns of expression or trends of thought that actually is a pretty narrow definition from everything else that I read. It's really just about studying linguistics style generally in the form of works of writing but styles which has been used in other types of artistic endeavors as well. And it's often used in a forensic capacity. So if there's an anonymous document or a disputed document, and there's enough of Vail that was written by the authors in question Stilo Matry is used to try to. Out who wrote these things. The problem is the science seems to be kind of, okay, it's getting better from what I've read. It's getting better. A lot of it has to do with big data. So the more data you have going in the better your outcomes are sounds like a task for exactly. Lately it's been. It's been neural net neural nets. It's been different algorithm, so, but previously, this was more of a human convention that required a lot of sophisticated statistical analysis. So Steve sent me a cool article from f. l. science called Yuna bomber hunting technique settles mystery of one of the greatest songs of all time. So this has been applied to trying to track them the Univer based on his writings. It's been a plied I'm talking about stilol Matry again. It's been applied to trying to figure out disputed writings from Shakespeare to the bible to whatever, but statistician and mathematician who are. Beatles fans decided to apply this technique to the song in my life because although most Beatles songs have are very clear who wrote them like there's credit on the writing..
"newtown" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Daughter's first grade so at this age it's really hard to be able to have a conversation about what's going on because she's just too young to be able to handle that mentally but as her father i can i can say i i don't feel safe for her on based on everything that's going on especially after the newtown incident it made me realize that no school is safe even ella mentally schools and so i i don't feel that my daughter safe at school because i know just reaching out and not getting any response from the local school board about what they're doing about it doesn't seem like anything's being done most response i've gotten has been from local police department and they said they're working with the school board but it seems like it's always kind of a half between both of them kinda passing the buck back and forth and it seems like the schools they don't have the funding to pay teachers let alone puts bulletproof glass indoors or anything like that or use means that you know bob security that could slow down in glen give cleese time to respond and i wonder if we heard on aku said that she pulled her daughter out of school david have you considered homeschooling as an option at this point we have were were looking into online on options in colorado has some online public school accredited programs and also private charter home schooling options you know we just we refuse to live in fear and wait for it to happen our community and you know it's it's just it's mind boggling to me that there's dispense such a lackadaisical approach to this whole thing and while we're all sitting around discussing and talking about children are being murdered every week in this in this country it's disgusting.
"newtown" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Dot com bottom of the hour it'll be jt lewis he lost his brother jesse in the newtown connecticut shooting at sandy hook and and he is from the same ilk as hunter pollock they want solutions now they want the politics to stop the gun grabbers to go away and really come up with solutions to make sure that our kids are safe in school i never thought that we'd have to talk about this as much as we do we figured that if nothing else you keep our kids safe for the eight or nine hours a day that we that we believe in you that you'll do that we give them to you and we assume that you'll teach them and feed them and look after them and make sure that they're safe and we're paying a lot of money in property taxes to ensure it and it's just not happening so we'll have that at the bottom of the hour make sure you stick around for that we go to the full lights hello to claude new york laud what's going on joseph taking my call my state man no no hang up and listen to your response upper echelon politicians that like colmey and whatever how come they're never charged where trees notable fences thank your answer.
"newtown" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The exhibit is on its way here from california where it was on display a partner of ours who is based in a museum in australia put this exhibition together and has traveled and now it's in its philadelphia east coast location stop a masters runs from saturday through labor day at the franklin institute haddaf kuznits kyw newsradio news time five twenty two it is time for traffic and transit on the twos her a little bit more on this wilmington problem an accident that happened i report was it was southbound direction on ninety five approaching maryland avenue now we're getting reports several reports that northbound is all traffic is being diverted to four ninety five because the accident apparently there is some center guardrail damage and that's what the problem is here north on ninety five everything diverted at four ninety five the report that we're getting we'll keep you posted not coming from the northeast south ninety five looks all right where it's open moving along just moderate volume what's off at the vine expressway it's open and moving along just fine same on the schuylkill expressway king of prussia on in moderate volume we're not seeing any issues or problems so far this morning at some earlier construction on the turnpike eastbound approaching norristown they've since cleared that out of the way back to newtown square just so you may have heard us talking about this earlier reading you're walking out the door we had an accident in the west chester pike to fifty two or getting the word now that that is now off to the side of the roadway and a reminder we'll be talking about this later frankford avenue is scheduled to be closed until the end of the summer for bridge repairs can be solid to ashburn or they're putting up the signs pretty much as we're speaking detours begin around nine o'clock on this again we'll keep you posted as for mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial credit union twenty four hour traffic center i'm sam clover i'm.
"newtown" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The nra want you to think that they always win they like to be seen as an invincible lobby cultivate that image in every way they can but they're losing right now they're losing business support left and right and also today they just lost a huge substantive fight about gun laws the central kinda thing they fight four and that they say they can't be beaten on but they lost a big one today it's a fight that really ought to be national news and i think it will probably end up being a national model and that's next jerry price scott beghal this was a vigil tonight in newtown connecticut for seventeen people who were killed in parkland florida a few days ago means something different when it happens in new town rate compared to everybody else but just because of what newtonian self has gone through but all over the country the kinetic energy of the past week the protests and the walkouts individuals have put pressure to bring about reform specifically pressured the nra and its its grip on electoral politics coast to coast but here's something you should know about that loosening grip this week both houses of the legislature it in the state of oregon passed a bill that changes gun laws in that state people convicted of domestic abuse or stalking people subjected to court order restraining orders it blocks them from owning or buying guns the bill closes a loophole in oregon's gun laws that allowed convicted domestic abusers and stalkers to legally by an owned firearms if they weren't mary two or living with the victim and they don't have children together.
"newtown" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Someone's of okay miss but we hit long let me finish mickens something with a okay nece amongst everybody when we add rock obama's president now me personally i was very critical the president in our and but i i've been critical every other presidents could not not be critical of him you have kruglov everybody else i did not appreciate how the newtown mothers got time will air betray mas mother into miers mother and none of those other mothers could have got airtime that was an unprecedented think we on the he was buyers at chat to them but not give it to these unarmed black of the mas unarmed black children reid who were killed south via critically on that i was critical of them on a number of things but the thing is at the same time we have to find a way back to the middle i think we're too far gone i don't think that we can have an intelligent conversation in this country any more about anything dealing with politics or even the truth because the truth has been attacked as something to be like shied away from something nefarious something disgusting we we don't even have discussions about the truth when it comes to the president anymore you know why was the prison has attacked the truth and maybe think it's okay to make up their own true you are entitled to your own feelings you were entitled to your own opinions you are not entitled to your own facts and we are living in a fact free america right now we're living in a factory america people make up they all she it every single day and get movements based off of it i believe it'll is great but this claim put before.
"newtown" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Killed in newtown connecticut that was kind of a signal that it's all over here that that that basically we we simply have to acknowledge the truth the republican party is owned by the nra and the democrat party seem to have them as a minority shareholder in a pretty loud one is as well the republican party is owned by the nra of we consider it like a stock company the nra's got about one hundred percent of their full hip party stocked with these seemed on about forty five percent of the democratic party stock and that can't go on but politicians must follow us i trust you've seen that we need to make the politicians follow us we did it on marriage equality we dinner on cannabis wigan out we did on healthcare we did a recent healthcare we got to do it on guns we've got to do it on taxes are seems to me that the first step and we are in such a deep hole on guns and carnage in america it seems to me the first step is for all of us to simply say we're not going to go along with your segmentation your frame of reference where if it's a white person it's not terrorism if it's a muslim they're all terrorist if it's a black guy they're all criminals oh by the way if they're all latinos the role illegals and we got to deport him right because one it's a muslim we've got to do group punishment did this is the key to the prejudice year that is embedded so deeply in all this right if it's a latino eumember katie stein lee killed by an illegal in san francisco write a pretty young white girl she was guilt oh my god we got a.
"newtown" Discussed on WLOB
"I imagine yes there so you did you deal with with with the sexual cases well i did when i wish i worked i don't i can't running an the that i wear on your account connecticut and i working and on in newtown no less what a coincidence that is august leave it at that fell newtown connecticut what i wanna loaded statement that is that sharon if i know no i'd shred look cindy listen to me you sound like a very religious spiritual woman are you yes i am that's why i'm so glad and i'd been praying for your book to come out there because i know you i tyranny federal where two people i'm not that religious and spiritual i'm a search or and i'm very conflicted about the whole thing you know like whereas god wet why isn't god show himself and finally dawned on me after writing the book and finishing it it was like a bell went off ahead it was like eagles mc squared when i realize god is invisible to us because he wants us to keep looking for him and the looking for him makes us better people that's the worship unto itself is by looking for him packing pat rice gently no one has ever written that as someone who said to me that god faith in reason is like a missing book from the old testament this like the dead sea scrolls this is like a discovery that wasn't even in the literature they said you'll like an age i'm going to say it now a guy who reviewed it for me said it's like you an ancient profit and as like a missing from the old testament this is what he said i know oh selfaggrandizement now you're profit i what it what can i tell ya so i'm sending you a copy staying a line of start giving them out today god faith unreasonably out in a month and it's going to be a a.
"newtown" Discussed on KGO 810
"Orlando newtown laura san bernardino every one of these shootings of murder used automatic her semi automatic rifles which are not weapons gene use for selfdefence their weapons to decide to kill large numbers of people in the shortest possible not a time this guy a reportedly at ten of them in his room hurley legally we some of them were there illegally why is that allowed a liar socalled leaders thirteen would allow this to happen or maybe better question why do we continue let them to allow it to happen five people got shot in lawrence kansas last night three of them die i didn't even make a blip because this is just a regular part of our lives now a jimmy kimmel last night jumping into the whole gun conversation he's from las vegas so uh apparently felted more acutely although i think everybody felt a pretty strong and and if it's anything like the health care debate his conversation was used by a lot of people on capitol hill to bolster their argument or or be part of the argument on june know go ahead you wanna hear more of what he had to say the more controversial part has come here i guess i just a jeweler heroes no more idea what he's talking about than anybody else he's a funny guy i enjoy showing joyce sense of humor i think he is a kind and decent human being but i i i got nothing from that other than that he has no idea what a semi automatic weapon us oh i think he probably feels a tight football players taken the knee i've got this audience than i ever social responsibility to use it to do this sure i guess now e i've been reading comments from people say this is terrible but there's nothing we can do about it but i disagree with that intensely because of course are something we can do about it there are a lot of things we can do about it but we don't which is interesting because when someone with a beer detach us we tapped phones we invoke travel bans we build walls we take every possible precaution to made short does abbott again but winner american buys a.
"newtown" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"And the interviewed for of babysitting job instead the girl was drugs and sold for sex with men in south jersey motels for ten days twenty eight year old adria regan facing a fiveyear prison term for conspiracy to facilitate human trafficking as for the young victim as she still recovering was hospitalized after escaping on immediately calling police controversy after a suburban referee for a game between two local high schools would not allow a student on the playing field because of his religious headwear so officials from marble newtown school districts say that wendy are high school freshman soccer team was playing in a way gain against canister over hi this is when this happened the referee would not allow a certain marvel newtown player onto the field because he was wearing a head peace in compliance with his seek thing so the referee cited national federation high school soccer rules saying it was illegal to wear any kind of the headpiece or headwear at all so now there is an investigation to determine if the soccer players religious rights were violated by the referee's decision and a group of south jersey vars taking a unique approach to deter drinking and driving with what is called a ticket rewards program so the tickets look real and they read in bold violation notice to appear but the fine print is not what any driver would be expecting when they find this on their windshield imf said it says five free wings our thanks for not drinking and driving that's raise love that the village pubs and cinder virus there really just trying to cut down the deadly epidemic of drunken driving so it's really could great eyewitness weather we are in for some beautiful 4 weather so tomorrow southern be warm in the high 70s signing but the humidity will be declining but then friday all my goodness 71 sunshine saturday sixty nine sunday and then sunny i should say and sunday much of the same so gorgeous whether we are in four especially for the friday saturday and sunday so.