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Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

"The on Moncada's sacrifice fly in the tense at the white Sox past the Tigers five four Moncada's fly ball came after Liam Hendriks served up a game tying two run Homer to rookie gas Cameron in the ninth Erin bomber closed out the victory Hendricks threw one pitch in the ninth before a forty nine minute rain delay white Sox starter Lucas G. lido was in line for the win after allowing two runs with nine strikeouts over six innings since fly in articular was like the highlight of my repertoire tonight all right good fuel for a good life downward action got some swing and miss well I'll take it Adam Engel hit a solo Homer for the white Sox and no Mormons are went deep for Detroit the Tigers have dropped fifteen of their last seventeen meetings with the white Sox I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

"The jazz a wrapped up their first round series in five games by downing the Grizzlies one twenty six one ten Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six of his thirty points in the first half he also had ten assists and six rebounds in twenty nine minutes Mitchell cap you toss big first half with two contested twenty six foot jumpers to make it seventy five fifty wanted to break fix setting the tone was huge well I think we did that is unit on both ends of the floor understand that you can't give a team like that life Jordan Clarkson dropped in twenty four points and Rudy go there had twenty three with fifteen rebounds to help power the top seeded jazz to the fourth straight win chrisley star John Moran finished his record setting first playoff series with twenty seven points eleven assists I'm Dave Ferrie

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Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

"For the next two months in advance of the two thousand twenty one nba draft that is scheduled for july twenty nine. We're going to be dedicating an episode of beyond college basketball. Podcast to notable prospect. Same way we did in advance of last year's nba draft. We started this series last week with a twenty two minute profile of kate cunningham. If you missed it and you're interested don't find it today. We will turn our attention to another prospect who seems like lot to go in the top five of the two thousand twenty one nba draft. His name is evan mobile. he's a seven foot center. Who averaged sixteen point four points. Eight point seven rebounds. Two point nine blocks in two point four assists in thirty three point nine minutes per game in his one season at usc shop fifty seven point eight percent from the field. He was the pac twelve player of the year freshman of the year and pac twelve defensive player of the year. He was a consensus second team. All american who led usc to the elite eight of the ncaa tournament. Most mock drafts have him second or third in this. Two thousand twenty one. nba draft. So let's start with this dead leg. Is evan mobely to you clearly. Unquestionably the best big in this rat. Yes i think. That is unquestionable. We agree. I mean at this point. How about this. How about this for a quick complica- compare him to a recent big one. He played against and was good against james wiseman to me mobilize more versatile player with the higher upside and a year ago in a weaker draft. Class what's interesting is wise men went second moby might wind up going second or third we mentioned in the previous partly sided. I don't think he's going to go. I in this draft because of centers. And how they're viewed and how their role is changing By the year but it is interesting like if you put mobile wiseman even knowing what wise. Men's out like a year ago i would have said the same thing i think i would still take mobely over wise men coming out of college and we agree on the sofa. If we agree there yes mobis got to be the best big available in this

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"And Collins in north Arlington. Okay, I know that stretch nine minutes. I am all the way up half of Green Oaks Boulevard in Arlington, the western loop of Green Oaks. I made it from little row tonight, 20. Collins and North Green Oaks in nine minutes. We have a couple downhills to help you right? Wait. No, it wasn't nine minutes. Nine minutes was going from North Arlington to the Fort Worth Convention Center downtown for worth that was nine minutes. That was my other one. It's pretty. It's pretty awesome. Yeah, I'm still waiting for Fort Worth PD to pull me over for that one. Every time. Every time I take that stretch on I 30 from Arlington to downtown Fort Worth, I think Is this when it's going to get me? Was going so fast that day that that's what they're just now going to catch up with me. Is this the myth? You're the myth we heard about? Exactly? Yeah, those those two times, so I had to make curfew on the Green Oaks loop. Man that may have been, like, seven minutes or something. But yeah, the from North Arlington, too. Downtown Fort Worth Convention Center parked Nine minutes. Am I would ride with 16 year old self. I wouldn't ride with 22 year old just started working for the Eagle self. Get more reckless as time went on. Oh, yeah. Like what? Like a lot of Rex. Well, probably because what car did you drive in high school club when you were 16 Camaro when you were 22 when you're the free stuff, guy for the eagle. What were you driving A Hummer in H one? Exactly. E don't wanna I don't wanna be on the same road with flowing a Hummer. Curb the rust. Martin's show Creature News Children 700, but Esther himself Nice bumper Chose Choice Club. This'd is talk radio 11 90 from the one Life Radio Traffic Center, working a close You're in Fort Worth 35 w. North, bound between Rippy to a Berry Street is shut down. Major accident. Working traffic is stopped from renting Crowley a 45 minute delay. And then in the back of it, I 20 got another accident in the left lane in Arlington. 30 east, But it fielder this Rick has just one right lane getting by and in Dallas South Dallas, 67 North Panic Camp Wisdom Road. On Lee won Right lane getting by major accident here. Traffic is stopped from Woodland Road. I'm Debbie Douglas with a look. Atyour DFW area traffic. This let radio advertising keep your business top of mind with customers all summer long visit I heart at builder dot com To get your business on the radio quickly and easily. You can even make your own radio ad. Just answer a few questions and we'll do the rest sign up today and I.

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Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations

NEWS 88.7 Programming

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations

"May of last year, lawmakers in every state and the District of Columbia have introduced more than 3000 police reform bills. The National Conference of State Legislatures reports. That's double the number introduced in 2017. Theo U. S Department of Justice is investigating the Minneapolis police and other departments. And brought civil rights charges against Derrick Show. Vin and the other former officers involved in George Floyd's burger Cities and school districts have responded to Minneapolis public schools, joined districts across the country and cutting ties with police. And Minneapolis City Council members made headlines when they promised to defund the police. That's provocative shorthand for rerouting public safety dollars to social services that can reduce crime. And it's also something we have really heard from the general public. I asked my colleague, Minnesota public radio reporter Brandt Williams when he knew something was different. Well, I guess Anjo like many people, when I first saw that bystander video Usually there is a situation between a police officer and somebody there's a officer makes a split second decision where they fire a weapon. It's over in a second, but this happened Over nine minutes. We heard George Floyd pleading for his life, and we saw the reaction of the officer Derrick Show Vin, just not changing his expression, and he kept the pressure on. So I think that's when I knew as a boy, You know, it's gonna be really hard for this just to be pushed under the rug or just kind of forgotten about. During the next news cycle. And Brant the response from city officials that was swift as as well different than than what we've seen in the past, starting with the quick firing of officer direct Children. Right that that was different. I mean, usually there's got to be an investigation or there has to be due diligence done here before we make any disciplinary decisions. But this was the next day chief Mid Air. Arredondo came right out and said that this officer is no longer A member of the Minneapolis Police Department, and he fired the other three officers involved as well.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm taking a knee for nine minutes and 29 seconds the length of time now former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvet kneeled on Floyd's neck while he was under arrest. The event is hosted by Al Sharpton, who will call for passage of the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act in the U. S. Senate legislation that would ban choke holds and eliminate qualified immunity for law enforcement. Alice stacked in Rosie me? W whoa. Our news more restrictions being lifted around the tri state area in New York. Young kids no longer have to wear a mask in daycare and in summer camps, parents, Republicans and organizations that criticized this mandatory mask policy for 2 to 5 Year olds, they say, can be very difficult for young Children to wear the mask. So state officials have now changed this requirement to a recommendation that Children ages 2 to 5, where face covering during child care or camp settings. I'm Scott Pringle WR news in New Jersey. The mask requirement will be lifted on Friday for people who have been vaccinated, But Governor Murphy says they're still going to be required in school Children under the age of 12. Are not yet eligible to be vaccinated. And while we've made very good progress with the 12 to 15 year cohorts, they've only been eligible, I think for less than two weeks, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today, Blinken says. Trying to keep that four day cease fire going over to prevent return to violence. We have to use the space created to address a larger set of underlying issues and challenges. On that begins with tackling the great humanitarian situation in Gaza and starting to rebuild. More violence on the subways. A writer in Queens withstand 50 year old strap hanger was inside the Lefferts Boulevard station South Ozone Park when he was first robbed of his wallet, then stabbed in the chest. The victim rushed to Jamaica Hospital that attacker still on the loose. Last week, City Hall sent 250 more police officers into the transit system to deter crime. So far, riders say, it doesn't seem to be working. No one laden w o R news. And crime rising in New York City arrest or down his violent crime continues to increase. Shootings up 72% total arrest down 10% and gun arrests have fallen by 24%. NATO three's our time right now, Let's report traffic..

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Biden to Meet With George Floyd's Family at the White House

Red Shield Radio

00:19 sec | Last month

Biden to Meet With George Floyd's Family at the White House

"President Biden will host family members of George Floyd at the White House this coming week that is to mark the first anniversary of Floyd's death. He died after former Minneapolis Officer Derek Showman kneel on his neck for about nine minutes for death fueled protests around the globe. Putting a harsh spotlight on police brutality. That's Fox's actually

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:50 min | Last month

"nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"About nine minutes. Floyd's death fueled protests around the globe, putting a harsh spotlight on police brutality boxes. Actually, Stromeyer Lord, authorities say a toddler accidentally shot his younger sister after finding a gun hidden in a sofa. It's every parent's nightmare. A three year old Lakeland, Florida boy accidentally shot his two year old sister after finding a gun that had been hidden between sofa cushions by a family friend who was visiting Friday night to watch TV 23 year old Cavani. Wilson told investigators he placed the gun between the cushions so that it will be hidden from the Children. He was arrested on charges of failing to safely store a firearm. Carrying a concealed firearm and possession of marijuana and could face other counts. After the shooting. The men in the home rushed to drive to a hospital on their way they got into a crash with another vehicle, causing several injuries. South, he and Grasso Fox News Iran says international inspectors can no longer access surveillance images of its nuclear sites. A three month deal between the International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran toe hold the images expired. America's listening to Fox News Okay from the port of Central Credit Union Auto Loans Traffic Center Morgan introduction to be aware of on the table area roadways tonight being looked after we gotta clean clothes is interesting traffic patterns along both sides to 75 from the Howard Franklin Bridge all the way to gain a boulevard in Pinellas County. There may also be related construction taking place along nearby roads such as Roosevelt and over 10 or so looking at the art of construction on both sides of 75 in Manatee County, being little camper shell foreclosure on your marks in Walla Road. Charles and his radio W F L A Another beautiful morning will lead to a warm and mostly dry afternoon temperatures up near 90. Today we'll see mixture of sun and clouds and winds will not be nearly as breezy tonight. We're in the upper.

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Deadly Arrest of Black Man Seen in Bodycam Video From Louisiana

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | Last month

Deadly Arrest of Black Man Seen in Bodycam Video From Louisiana

"From Louisiana that shows the violent arrest of a black man who later died. Questions being asked, is why it took two years for the public to see this video. And why did police lie about how Ronald Green died, CBS News correspondent Janet Shamlian reports. The 2019 Video newly obtained by The Associated Press shows Green beaten, kicked and repeatedly taste by seven white officers. Annual was also dragged briefly by his shackled ankles. The AP says Green was then left face down for more than nine minutes when you first saw this video, what did you think? S so it was a murder tonight. CBS News is hearing from Greene's mother, Mona Harden, who first saw the video last fall. No one is above the law. But it seems like they continue to dance this out to where they wanted to just go away. Harden says. State police initially claimed her son died from injuries in the car crash that ended the chase later changing the story acknowledging there was a struggle and saying Green died in route to the hospital now. Louisiana State Police declined to comment about the contents of the video in a statement, though, the agency says the premature public release of investigative files and video evidence in this case is not authorized. And undermines the investigative process and compromises the fair and impartial outcome. D C. Lawmakers are deciding which

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Who Will Take La Liga Glory?

ESPN FC

01:34 min | Last month

Who Will Take La Liga Glory?

"Row madrid. I thought severe played off the park in the first half playing without a without a recognised striker. This was a hangover. And is this another example of china that madrid never say die until the end quality that or just sheer dumb luck that they got the equaliser in in in in such a such a way. 'cause shot was definitely going out. I thought not talking watching severe. I was kind of brought to mind some of those performances from boss loaned kouadio la where just had the to just moved it and moved and moved and keep moving and it was the degree of control was was really quite something and watching up close because i was ever says well it was. It was very very striking the ease with which severe seemed to be able to control the game. It's true huge amount of challenge. But they were much much side although madrid did react in terms of your your question about is this real madrid. Always finding the life last night that they didn't win made me think well you know this talks didn't find a way for but actually if you look at the table and the way as now that nine minute goal from tiny crews redden has depending on who you're giving it to actually could be huge because it keeps row madrid's about boss alone them and it also puts it in a position now going into the final four games that yes the league titles athletic images hands but if not let's go produce much draw now it goes back into roman hands and obviously without that goal they would have needed outlets country to lose one of those games. Not just not just a drawer.

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Clippers Rout Lakers 118-94, Move Into No. 3 Spot in West

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Clippers Rout Lakers 118-94, Move Into No. 3 Spot in West

"Paul George led a group of seven clippers that scored in double figures in a one eighteen ten ninety four route over a Lakers team minus lebron James George finished with twenty four points that aren't used to do was great job you know we we was in attack mode we got to pay me extra place and I thought defensively we was just locked in on became clan with the win the clips move into the number three spot in the Western Conference playoff race Laker star Anthony Davis played only nine minutes and scored four points before leaving with back spasms I am mark Myers

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Sabres snap Bruins' season-best 6-game win streak in 6-4 win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Sabres snap Bruins' season-best 6-game win streak in 6-4 win

"Sam Reinhart scored three times including the game clinching empty netter that sealed the Sabres six four win over the Bruins Steven Kampfer had a goal and two assists for the Bruins who ended a six game winning streak and remain four points out of first place in the east division das tablet hockey games when the sharks or actually lost eight nine minutes of the game so it's our it's on us in the room Reinhardt's power play goal put buffalo ahead five one four and a half minutes into the third period but to be scored three times in a five a six band later in the period before Rinehart completed his hat trick Rasmus Dahlin had a goal and an assist as buffalo snapped in waiting to skate against the Bruins I'm the ferry

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"nine minutes" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:06 min | 2 months ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Not How do you feel about it? Let's get Angelo's and that go on New Jersey. One on 1.5, Angela. Hey, how you doing? I've got to tell you first. I love your show. Well, listen to you all the time. Thank you about, um, I gotta admit, I'm Um This just goes back to my belief with Trump if you if you say it enough times about the man to know later people, But believe it. What do they say? Time I've lived in time in time. Tonight. About the nine minutes nine minutes nine minutes. The man did not die of suffocation. He had a 98% oxygen level in his blood. He died of a heart explosion from satin all maybe it was brought on from his actions. Did the knee on the neck have anything to do with any of that? I'm not saying it had nothing to do with anything. Okay? What They're saying that it did on. That's what the Dutch what they had to decide. Well, he was there. He was upset. He was being held down against again. But those but but again because he's being held down against his will That causes your adrenaline to race. I'm not a doctor here. But you're gonna tell me that the guy had his knee on his neck for nine minutes, and it did make a difference. Come on, Angelo. You know? Yeah. Unfortunately, the world we live in today. Together. They're the world I live in today. The world they live in today is where you put your knee and a guy's neck for nine minutes. Chances are he could die, especially with the mitigating circumstances. Yeah, right, Boss, But you know you don't agree with my boss was my boys. What? What's my boss Got to do with it Set a precedent. You said justice was served. In the criminal justice system. Worry opinion we have at the end of the day. We only have opinions, right? My opinion is of justice will start tomorrow morning. Every officer in the country will walk off the job because it's just not worth it anymore. I mean, well, you know what? I'll agree with you on a lot of what's wrong. You know, in the police department and why they should walk off the job and all that they're having to deal with. I get that. I don't think that the derrick shove in case is, uh, indicative of the entire police force in the country or in the city, Minneapolis. I think this was one bad cop who went too far as my thought. A Zafar is there all the good cops? A to least you're showing the world that you know, we will not tolerate that cops. And as far as the cops, you know, we have more. Minority police chiefs. We have, Maura, you know, the cops are divert is the verses they've ever been Maurer than diverse than they've ever been in history. So I mean the idea of trying to pay the police. We're being bad, You know, Being the bad guys going after criminals to me is absurd. What happened to George Floyd was the actions of one man. Having to be a police officer who went too far. And Internet any and he killed the guy and he got crowned. It could be guilty, and that's why we have a criminal justice system. And my biggest regret. Angelo was that we didn't wait that we that those that rioted didn't wait to see what the verdict would be. And maybe how many people would have saved their business is how many people how many stores would not have been looted. How many people would not have to run around Just stealing stuff in the name of George Floyd? You know that to me is what's wrong. Criminal justice system worked here. It's a shame it took so long, Little Kevin's in the know Township on the Jersey one on 1.5. Kevin. Hey, what's up, Steve? I got your pal. How you doing? I'm doing pretty good man. Hey, listen, I agree with the verdict, and I gotta ask you a question. What is the matter with some of these people? You know what I said the same thing. What's the matter where you'll be being seriously matter What some of these people Steve, listen, You know what? I think it was justified. I had this conversation with my wife and I said Monica, There's one question that I would have asked. And it's what were you trying to achieve? Officer? Haven't you know? Like, what Were you looking for You Expecting to happen Most the endgame, right? Right. What was the endgame? That scum that like, what would you expect? What was your outcome with you Did were you expecting to happen? And that's you know that kind of justifies it. You know, it's Ah, Are you surprising in testify? Um, you know what? I'm not, you know, I think that the defense team was smart by not putting him up there, so I'm not surprised. I don't know. On the one hand it would have been like, considering the way it turned down anyway. What could it have hurt to? It Least let him go up there and explain or even cry or do something. I mean, his life is spinning around the bowl. If anything, I want to get up there and say, Listen, this is one I was thinking, even if he loses anyway, But at least you know what I mean. He gets it out there. But the whole idea that this is police procedure is a crock of crap kept thanks for the call to New Jersey. One on 1.5 bobs in for Kid River in New Jersey one on 1.5, Bob. Hey, Steve. I appreciate you listening to the decided to agree with the manslaughter. I believe he acted degla gently recklessly. I don't see the intense though. For 2nd and 3rd. I'm retired War force for officer and I've had some difficult to rest with that many officers on the scene. I wonder if anyone asked George, Have you done any drugs? Have you been drinking? If the answer's Yes to any of those questions, you still make the arrest, But you wait on an ambulance. An ambulance. To the hospital, get medical clearance and then back to the precinct for the continued the arrest. There were five offices there. If you include the minister, Minneapolis Park police because there was no crowd at that point, if they had just kept them on the wall, waited for Rick to come. And kept him calm. When my understanding was he was in the car, and it was shoving that took him out of the car. Yeah, he was struggling. He didn't want to get him because he said he was claustrophobic. So then you're already went in critical thinking has to come in. Well, he wouldn't go in. There was one where there was one cop. They said Look, I'll sit in there with you. We'll have the window open. I'll talk to you right and shoving. They'll get him out of the car. Put him on the ground. And then remember shopping is I'm sorry. Robin was a field training officer. So he had to put a lot of Superman cape insure these guys right what you do. He didn't use critical thinking when someone's in your custody and your care. You are responsible for him. Even if you had to shoot you after immediately render medical assistance or your negligent you have to immediately so when you take them at their word, If a guy goes into cardiac.

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Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial

"Our top story, the latest on the Derrick Shobin trial. The jury continues to deliberate today. The former Minneapolis police officer charged with manslaughter and two counts of murder for kneeling on the handcuff George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes last May. In closing arguments yesterday, prosecutors argued that Floyd died of loss of oxygen under showman's knee. Defense attorneys argue that an underlying heart condition and drugs and Floyd system Pose the 46 Year old's death, the entire city of Minneapolis and much of the country bracing for

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Out of Sight But Center Stage, Jurors Weigh Derek Chauvin's Fate

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Out of Sight But Center Stage, Jurors Weigh Derek Chauvin's Fate

"I'm Julie Walker jurors in Minneapolis continue to weigh the fate of former police officer Derek Chauvin charged with the murder of George Floyd what or who killed Floyd that's what both sides argued long closings yesterday defense attorney Eric Nelson told jurors Chauvin was doing what he was trained it was drugs in a bad heart disease heart hypertension all of these things existed before Mr Chauvin rocked prosecutor Jerry Blackwell argued it would show that kneeling on Floyd for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and not an enlarged heart reason George Lloyd is dead is because Mr Schoen hard was too small jurors are being sequestered as they decide the case which could land show been in prison for up to forty years on the most serious charge audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial Heads to Jury Deliberations

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Derek Chauvin's Murder Trial Heads to Jury Deliberations

"The murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Direct showman in the death of George Floyd has now gone to the jury and Ed Donahue has this report. In closing statements, Defense attorney Eric Nelson said It wasn't a lack of oxygen that killed Floyd Drug ingestion. Huh? A bad heart. Diseased heart. Hypertension. Prosecutor Steve Slater told the jury showman had to have known what he was doing to Floyd. He heard him but he just didn't listen. Continued to push him down. Slater also pointed out it's all on video that force for nine minutes and 29 seconds that killed George Ploy. He betrayed the badge tape from court TV show Bin showed little expression. He took off his mask as his attorney, presented his closing statement.

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Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury

"The murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek show open in the death of George Floyd has gone to the jury in closing statements defense attorney Eric Nelson said it wasn't a lack of oxygen that killed Floyd drug ingestion and the bad heart the diseased heart hypertension prosecutor Steve Slater told the jury Chauvin had to have known what he was doing to Floyd she heard him but he just didn't listen he continued to push him down Fletcher also pointed out it's all on video that forced for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that killed George Floyd he betrayed the batch tape from court TV show been showed little expression he took off his mask as his attorney presented his closing statement I'm a Donahue

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Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

"After forty five witnesses in fourteen days of testimony closing arguments are set to begin later this morning in the trial of the former Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death attorneys are expected to deliver some of the same points they made in their opening statements like special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell referring to Derek chauvinist neon Lloyds neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and it does not give up he delivers the rebuttal for the state but closing arguments start with prosecutor Steve Swisher then defense attorney Eric Nelson gets his turn during openings he argued Floyd's drug use and heart were to blame the use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors will be sequestered while they decide the fate of Chauvin charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Leddy's OT Goal Lifts Islanders to 1-0 Win Over Flyers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Leddy's OT Goal Lifts Islanders to 1-0 Win Over Flyers

"The islanders are back in second place in the east division and within two points of the capital's after Nick Leddy scored the only goal in new York's one nothing overtime win in Philadelphia lady provided a fluke goal when his backhand pass went off the stick of flyers defenseman Travis Sanheim and through the legs of goalie Brian Elliott I was just trying to get over to ABS you know I heard him yelling for action and yeah I'm just trying to get it over to Mr as possible but you know it ended up nice nice lucky bounce through Alex like the islanders hadn't scored since early in the second period two games earlier a span of one hundred fifty nine minutes twenty seven seconds rookie Ilya Sorokin made thirty saves an approved a twelve two and in his last fourteen games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker

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Defense expert in George Floyd trial faces Maryland lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Defense expert in George Floyd trial faces Maryland lawsuit

"I'm Julie Walker with closing arguments set to begin in the George Floyd case Monday the family's attorney says he's praying the former officer who held his knee on the black man's neck for over nine minutes is held criminally liable for his death separates attorney Ben Crump says a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial could set a precedent for policing finally American America live up to his promise of liberty and justice for all and if he's found not guilty once again the American legal system has broken out heart club also represents the family of Dante right the black twenty year old shot and killed by an officer in a traffic stop we cannot condone this excessive use of force America we cannot condone this in humanity America the officer Kim potter resigned and is charged with manslaughter crime spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Concludes, Closing Arguments Set For Monday

All Things Considered

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Concludes, Closing Arguments Set For Monday

"Of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin has now rested its case. Children facing both second degree murder and manslaughter charges in connection with the death of George Floyd. Videos showed show been kneeling on the black man's neck for more than nine minutes. Showman did not take the stand. The defense rested after two days of testimony, compared to two weeks on the part of the prosecution. Closing arguments in the case was set for Monday. Center for

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"nine minutes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We're going to show you that putting knees on somebody's neck. Mr Floyd's putting me on his back. But nine minutes and 29 seconds was intimately dangerous activity and he did it without regard to what impact it had on this deploys life. We're going to show you that also putting him under ground. We call that the prone position on your stomach face down, putting him In the prone position. Handcuffed like this in the first place was uncalled for, and was an excessive use of force, Let alone for nine minutes 29 seconds. Now, how are we going to prove these charges? We're going to prove it. Ladies and gentlemen, is first and foremost by witness testimony. We're going to bring in some of those bystanders that I've referred to normal folks. Tell you what they saw. They'll tell you why they stopped. He'll tell you why they were concerned. They'll tell you from that witness here. We'll bring them in here. You're going to hear from any number of police officers responsible for training responsible for what the officers learn around first date come into the care of others will bring in a number of police officers, including the chief of police. But we're also gonna bring in various professionals and experts, medical experts, experts and police conduct you're going to be any number of them. Jerry Blackwell, one of the special prosecutors in the trial, The death of George Floyd was May 25th 2020 after he was arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit $20 bill to buy cigarettes. I remember it set off weeks of protests and riots across the country. You also heard the prosecutor referred to nine minutes and 29 seconds. Where's for the past years, So it's been eight minutes and 46 seconds has become the symbol of police brutality. CNN explains that the 8 46 timing initially was included in a criminal complaint against Chaban. That number was based on bystander Video Floyd's death that went viral and let the public outrage. The video, which is over 10 minutes long begins with Sheldon already on Floyd's next. So it's not immediately clear how long he had been on Floyd prior to the videos start and it appears that the defense accepted the nine minutes and 29 seconds. Presented today after the prosecution's opening statement. Attorney for the defendant Erik Nelson told the jury that George Floyd died due to underlying medical medical conditions and drug use. The autopsy revealed many other issues, including coronary disease and enlarged heart. What's called a Pera gang glioma, which is a tumor that secretes adrenalin swelling or a demon of the lungs.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Percent U S D H the twenty nineteen time should not be taken should not be taken as a sign of stability. But as a stark warning, it's a state as worrisome as the most dangerous times of the Cold War. This new abnormal is simply to volatile and too dangerous to accept as a continuing state of world affairs. What we'd like to announce is that it is still two minutes to midnight remaining the closest to midnight that the clock has ever been set. Oh, what does that? That's the doomsday clock. The world's coming to an end folks climate change. Age. Nuclear weapons. Fear. This week earlier this week. We had on Steven pinker, right? It's smart guy. Harvard right, super intellectual looks at data and stats. We're living in the best time in human history. We've nearly Ravic we ten they used to be. I think it's thirty five forty percent. I think in the nineties of extreme poverty, we're less than ten percent. We've radicalized so many things it has never been a better time even in third world countries. To be alive today is the world coming to an end. No, right. It's not. But it's fun to talk about right? Because this is what we do. Right. We we take something. And we just make it insane. We sell the wacky things because that's what happens and the doomsday clock has been around for a while in the nineties. I think it was nine minutes to midnight. Now, it's two minutes, and it was two minutes last year. But remember that great band. In your favorite and mine, Judas priest. You know, it's going to be party after midnight ten let's after midnight. It's just it makes me laugh it does. It makes me laugh. But it's something to talk about do. I think we have issues. Absolutely. But the reality is. We live in a world now where it's never been safer and better to be alive, but we're inundated twenty four seven with information. And the information is if it bleeds, it leads because people pay attention to it. And when that happens, right? We automatically think the world is is is this scary. Terrifying place. Right. Like, Jamie Kloss. The the young lady was was kidnapped and her parents were killed. It's another one of those things where people like oh my God. And they hold on their kids. But the facts are. That's a rarely happens. That's why it's on television a shark attack. What happens on television rarely happens? There's a shooting going on today. We won't talk about it though. Yesterday's shooting in Florida. Five people dead. It was on the news for thirty seconds. And then the craziness of Trump continued. So it's a rare occasion that catches the eye. But I do not believe that the world is coming to an end anytime soon. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. I found this to be interesting, and and we'll we'll touch throughout the evening. About this. But the way that the whole thing down with Nick Sandman, and the the hat and all of this craziness that happened the other day, which just made me scratch, my head first of all again, we jumped straight till the end of something without figuring out. What exactly went on? Then you get people to come out and say stuff like this forget Donald Trump for a moment. And just think about the symbol of that red hat when I see the make America great again hat now. I am so triggered. But this make America great again hat is just as maddening and frustrating and triggering for me to look at as a KKK hood. And that's just that's look that stupid. Right. Can we just be honest? That's a stupid thing make America great again. I've heard people acquainted to a swastika and that kind of stuff and yet the same young group of people that will say stuff like this and just just again over excitement. Fear the whole nine yards. Are the same people that are well Guevara shirt somewhere? Not understanding the history of who that guy was what that guy was all about how bad he made it for so many people and what a murderer and killer. Right. I mean that that's just it. I shake shake my head. What is who? What? Right. Like, that's just the wacky nece. It triggers me. Somebody said to me today. Well, that that you wearing that is going to cause controversy. All right, whatever. So I should. So if I see a kid who's wearing a Guevara shirt that could trigger me, and they should have known that was going to happen. I I'm just asking the question. It's silly stuff like that. But it's part of the fact that we need sensationalism now as news or taint in a lot of ways because just talking about stuff in a normal coherent way with common sense. Just doesn't catch the ears..

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Your next game changing killer innovation. Well, I'm a regular attender at Ted. I never could have imagined the prep that goes into giving one of these talks in this case of my Ted talk that you heard in segment one I was first approached about six weeks ahead of the events. Most of the other speakers had already been approached. And agreed. I in fact was in the middle of the mountains camping with my grandkids. When I got the call asking me to present. Then I learned that there would be two two and a half hours of practice sessions each and every Tuesday night. That's right. Two two two and a half hours of practice sessions. Every tuesday. Then the last week there would be practice sessions on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday just before the event which was on a Sunday. Now, Ted boulder is a big event. It's like twenty four hundred people in the audience sells out every year tickets in some cases, it's can be hard to come from. But. And I was excited. It was an opportunity to share the subject matter. This case about my own struggle with impostor syndrome in the hopes that it would help other people who maybe headed recognize what they were struggling with are coming out with their own struggles. Now, I got my head wrapped around that. This was going to be a major time commitment, you know, two and a half hours one evening every week for six weeks. Plus all these extra practice sessions. Then came the real surprise. Now. The original talk was roughly forty five minutes. I gave it at the old AOL headquarters in northern Virginia. No, no, no. There was maybe a couple of hundred people in the audience, and it was all CEO's or or. See ex oh level kinds of executives from leading companies in northern Virginia. Now when I was asked to talk, I assumed it would be a normal eighteen minute tedtalk. I'd been to I go to the Ted event every year now being held in Vancouver. That was my expectation. So I showed up at the first practice session with a trimmed down from forty five minutes to eighteen minutes. Boy, let me tell you that was tough cutting it down, but it was at that first session that I learned that the Tech's talks for boulder are nine minutes about that. Forty five minutes to eighteen minutes to nine minutes. Now give it how often I give talks and keynotes. The joke is all that you need to give me as three talking points that a microphone and I'm ready to go and I can fill up an hour. Not a problem to craft this talk down to nine minutes. Now, if you go back and watch the YouTube video over at the site, and you actually clock the time it was actually eleven minutes. Twenty seconds at the event. I would have preferred to have ninety days to prep for a nine minute. Craft this talk down to nine minutes. I really had to think about just what were those key elements. There was a lot of things in there. I just could not cover our head to Chuck it out in really break it down. Now, what I will say about the Tech's balder event is they have some of the top presentation coaches, speech coaches that actually help you figure out what you're going to toss out because what you quickly will learn is is something that you think is important is not important to the audience. And so. There was a lot of work to get it down to nine minutes, and then put kind of icing on the cake or TED talks as you can see on the screen. You're expected to memorize it memorize it in such a way without making it look like you memorized it now, I can honestly say I spent more time on this talk than any other talk in my entire career bar, none. And look Alice part of the senior team that took a company public, and we did the major road show flying around the private jet doing all these cities around the world leading up to the IPO of our shares. Right. And I we do a lot of prep for that. This talk had more prep than even that. Now one for the content. I wanted to memorize one for that content support for me to get it. Right. Especially given how many of us struggle with impostor syndrome when I gave that forty five minute talk in northern Virginia. The response the number of people that waited for talk to me after that talk was just overwhelming, and it was just a couple of hundred people in this case after I got done with my talk at Ted ex older. I was leading right up prior to kind of an intermission. A thirty minute intermission. Actually is a one hour intermission between the two sections of the Ted event, and they actually had dinner arranged for dinner for twenty five hundred people, and as I was walking out to catch up with my wife, and my adult children and others friends who'd had come to see my talk. I barely made it out there to even get a chance to sit down for five minutes to grab something quickly to eat because everybody was stopping me. Not because I'm some great speaker. But because of the. The subject matter this impostor syndrome can be debilitating in just giving people. The permission to talk about share it indicative fest. They struggle with it. Is can be very enlightening, and very freeing and people just wanted to talk about it. Second is to this was going to be alive in my hometown. Now, we don't technically live in boulder, but we do live nearby. So they were going to be people in the audience who knew me, including some of my staff. So I wanted to memorize it. Now one thing he may not be aware of when it comes to Ted or Ted ex talks. And I'm sure everybody's watched them on YouTube. It's cetera around the Ted sight. Here's a little behind the scenes secret. What you see in the video is not what happens alive. Trust me, what you see in. The video is not what happens live. In vancouver. The main event this is where the main type talks are given at the annual Ted conference. I've seen many TED talks at the main of that where the speaker stumbles they freeze up. They can't remember it. They stop the conference, and they let the speaker either restart the entire talk or pause and pick up just before the stumble, then the video gets edited. And that's what you see. So in fact, if you're in the live audience watching a tedtalk, you will see speaker stumble. You'll see the lose track of where they are in the memorization. They'll freeze up. They'll fumble something drop it they stop let them restart it to get it. Right. Saying in Ted is is more people will see your video than we'll ever see it live. They focus on that video the instructions for the tax boulder event was the same if you stumbled pause and then pick it up just prior and then move on. Then the magic of video editing will make that mistake disappear forever. Now in my case, I didn't need to fall back on that. I probably had a couple of fumbles, and I think they might have clipped out one little piece. But the pressure was intense. You should talk to my staff, I was spending hours every day locked into this indoor in of an interconference from that had no windows in it just doing the speech over and over and over again. But the objective was is. I wanted to tell the story it's a very personal story. It's really a little bit of a confession on what I struggled with in the first twenty five years of my career. And then I opening realization that I just wasted a lot of time and a lot of energy. Now, this is not a normal episode of the show. We don't get typically into these kinds of personal feelings. I hope you've found it useful and informative..

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Changing Schiller innovation. Well, I'm a regular attender at Ted. I never could have imagined the prep that goes into giving one of these talks in this case of my Ted ex talk that you heard in segment one I was first approached about six weeks ahead of the event. Most of the other speakers had already been approached and agreed. I in fact was in the middle of the mountains camping with my grandkids. When I got the call asking me to present. Then I learned that there would be two to two and a half hours of practice sessions each and every Tuesday night. That's right. Two two two and a half hours of practice sessions. Every tuesday. Then in the last week there would be practice sessions on Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday just before the event which was on a Sunday. Now Tech's boulder is a big event. It's like twenty four hundred people in the audience sells out every year tickets in some cases, it can be hard to come from. But. And I was excited. It was an opportunity to share the subject matter. This case about my own struggle with impostor syndrome in the hopes that it would help other people who maybe hadn't recognized what they were struggling with are coming out with their own struggles. Now. So I got my head wrapped around that. This was going to be a major time commitment, you know, two and a half hours one evening every week for six weeks. Plus all these extra practice sessions. Then came the real surprise. Now. The original talk was roughly forty five minutes. I gave it at the old AOL headquarters in northern Virginia. No, no, no. There was maybe a couple of hundred people in the audience, and it was all CEO's or or see ex oh level kinds of executives from leading companies in northern Virginia. Now when I was asked to talk, I assumed it would be a normal eighteen minute. Ted talk. I'd been to go to the event every year now being held in Vancouver. That was my expectation. So I showed up at the first practice session with a trimmed down from forty five minutes to eighteen minutes. I'm boy, let me tell you that was tough cutting it down, but it was at that first session that I learned that the FedEx talks for boulder are nine minutes. Think about that. Forty five minutes to eighteen minutes to nine minutes. Now give it how often I give talks and keynotes. The joke is all that you need to give me as three talking points that a microphone and I'm ready to go. Now, I can fill up an hour. Not a problem to craft this talk down to nine minutes. Now, if you go back and watch the YouTube video over that the tax side, and you actually clock the time it was actually eleven minutes. Twenty seconds at the events. I would have preferred to have ninety days to prep for a nine minute talk. The crap this talked down to nine minutes. I really had to think about just what were those key elements. There was a lot of things in there. I just could not cover our head the Chuck it out and really break it down. Now, what I will say about the Ted ex boulder event is they have some of the top presentation coaches, speech coaches that actually help you figure out what you're going to toss out because what you quickly will learn is something that you think is important is not important to the audience. And so. Was a lot of work to get it down to nine minutes. And then put kind of icing on the cake for TED talks as you can see on the screen. You're expected to memorize it memorize it in such a way without making it look like you memorized it now, I can honestly say I spent more time on this talk than any other talk in my entire career bar, none. And look I was part of the senior team that took a company public, and we did the major road show flying around on a private jet doing all these cities around the world leading up to the IPO of our shares. And I lot of prep for that. This tedtalk had more prep than even that. Now one for the content. I wanted to memorize if one for that content. It was important for me to get it. Right. Especially given how many of us struggle with impostor syndrome when I gave that forty five minutes in northern Virginia. The response the number of people that waited for to be able to talk to me after that talk was just overwhelming. And it was just a couple of hundred people in this case after I got done with my talk at Ted ex older. I was leading right up prior to kind of an intermission a thirty minute intermission. Or no actually is the one hour intermission between the two sections of the Ted events, and they actually had dinner arranged for dinner for twenty five hundred people, and as I was walking out to catch up with my wife in my adult children and others friends who had come to see my talk. I barely made it out there to even get a chance to sit down for five minutes to grab something quickly to eat because everybody was stopping me. Not because I'm some great speaker. But because of the. The subject matter this impostor syndrome can be debilitating and just giving people the permission to talk about it share it indicative fest. They struggle with it. Is can be very enlightening, and very freeing and people just wanted to talk about it. Second is to this was going to be alive in my hometown. We don't technically live in boulder, but we do live nearby. So they were going to be people in the audience who knew me, including some of my staff. So I wanted to memorize it. Now one thing you may not be aware of when it comes to Ted or tax talks. And I'm sure everybody's watched them on YouTube at cetera around the Ted site. Here's a little behind the scenes secret. What you see in the video is not what happens alive. Trust me. What you see in? The video is not what happens live. In vancouver. The main of that this is where the main TED talks are given at the annual Ted conference. I've seen many TED talks at the main event where the speaker stumbles they freeze up. They can't remember it. They stop the conference, and they let the speaker either restart the entire talk or pause and pick up just before the Stumpel, then the video gets edited. And that's what you see. So in fact, if you're in the live audience watching a Ted talk, you will see speaker stumble. You'll see the lose track of where they are in the memorization. They'll freeze up. They'll fumble something drop it they stop let them restart it to get it. Right. Saying in Ted is is more people will see your video, then we'll ever see it live. They focus on that video. Now the instructions for the tax boulder event was. Same if you stumble pause, and then pick it up just prior and then move on then the magic of video editing. We'll make that mistake disappear forever. Now. My case I didn't need to fall back on that. I probably had a couple of fumbles, and I think they might have clipped out one little piece. But the pressure was intense. You should talk to my staff, I was spending hours every day locked into this indoor kind of an interconference from that had no windows in it just doing the speech over and over and over again. But the objective was wanted to tell the story it's very personal story. It's really a little bit of a of a confession on what I struggled with in the first twenty five years of my career. And then that I opening realization that I just wasted a lot of time and a lot of energy. Now. Well, this is not a normal episode of the show. We don't get typically into these kinds of personal things. I hope you found it useful and informative. If you find yourself struggling with imposter syndrome in need someone to talk to why don't you hop on over to the community? This is where I hang out. It's free doesn't cost you anything. And it's comprised of people who are interested in avation. But it's also a great place to connect you can post your question or your your own innovation struggle or imposter syndrome struggle over there or you can send me a private message in the community, and I will respond you can post it there. You can send me a message from within the community, and I will respond if you need someone to share what your posture syndrome is or share your secret based on what you heard from my from my talk. Then sheriff share with me find somebody else to share it with and again way to do that is to go over to the innovators dot community spell that all out. So it's the innovators dot community. And it's free doesn't cost anything. You can go there sign up. It's also where I'm at hanging out every day. It's where I'm posting constant stories about innovation and what other companies are doing. So check that out. Don't go anywhere. We'll be right back after this commercial break. And.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well, I'm a regular attender at Ted. I never could have imagined the prep that goes into giving one of these talks in this case of my Ted talk that you heard in segment one I was first approached about six weeks ahead of the event. Most of the other speakers already been approached and agreed. I in fact was in the middle of the mountains camping with my grandkids. When I got the call asking me to present. Then I learned that there would be two to two and a half hours of practice sessions each and every Tuesday night. That's right. Two two two and a half hours of practice sessions. Every tuesday. Then in the last week there will be practice sessions on Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday just before the event which was on a Sunday. Now. Ted ex boulder is a big event. It's like twenty four hundred people in the audience sells out every year tickets in some cases, it can be hard to come from. But and I was excited. It was an opportunity to share the subject matter. This case about my own struggle with impostor syndrome in the hopes that it would help other people who maybe hadn't recognize what they were struggling with are coming out with their own struggles. Now in a so I got my head wrapped around that. This was going to be a major time commitment, you know, two and a half hours one evening every week for six weeks was all these extra practice sessions. Then came the real surprise. Original talk was roughly forty five minutes. I gave it at the old AOL headquarters in northern Virginia. No, no. There was maybe a couple hundred people in the audience, and there was all CEO's or or see x o level kinds of executives from leading companies in northern Virginia. Now when I was asked to talk, I assumed it would be a normal eighteen minute tedtalk. I'd been to the I go to the Ted event every year now being held in Vancouver. That was my expectation. So I showed up at the first practice session with a trimmed down from forty five minutes to eighteen minutes. Boy, let me tell you that was tough cutting it down, but it was at that first session that I learned that the FedEx talks for boulder are nine minutes. Think about that. Forty five minutes to eighteen minutes to nine minutes. Now give it how often I give talks. And keynote the joke is all that you need to give me as three talking points that a microphone and I'm ready to go. Now, I can fill up our not a problem. This talk down the nine minutes. Now, if you go back and watch the YouTube video over the site, and you actually clock the time it was actually eleven minutes. Twenty seconds at the events. I would have preferred to have ninety days to prep for a nine minute talk. The crap this talked down to nine minutes. I really had to think about just what were those key elements. There was a lot of things in there. I just could not cover our head to Chuck it out and really break it down. Now, what I will say about the Tech's balder event is they have some of the top presentation coaches, speech coaches that actually help you figure out what you're going to toss out because what you quickly will learn is that something that you think is important is not important to the audience. And so. There was a lot of work to get it down to nine minutes. And then put kind of icing on the cake for TED talks as you can see on the screen. You're expected to memorize it memorize it in such a way without making it look like you memorized it now, I can honestly say I spent more time on this talk than any other talk in my entire career bar, none. And look Alice part of the senior team that took a company public, and we did the major road show flying around the private jet doing all these cities around the world leading up to the IPO of our shares. Right. And I lot of prep for that. This tedtalk had more prep than even that. Now one for the content. I wanted to memorize if one for that content. It was important for me to get it. Right. Especially given how many of us struggle with impostor syndrome when I gave that forty five minute talk in northern Virginia. The response the number of people that waited for to be able to talk to me after that talk was just overwhelming. And it was just a couple hundred people in this case after I got done with my talk at Ted ex older. I was leading right up prior to kind of an intermission thirty minute intermission. Actually is the one hour intermission between the two sections of the Ted events, and they actually had dinner arranged for dinner for twenty five hundred people, and as I was walking out to catch up with my wife, and my adult children and others friends who'd had come to see my talk. I barely made it out there to even get a chance to sit down for five minutes to grab something quickly to eat because everybody was stopping me. Not because I'm some great speaker. But because of the. The subject matter this impostor syndrome can be debilitating in just giving people. The permission to talk about it share it indicative fest. I struggle with it. Is can be very enlightening, and very freeing and people just wanted to talk about it. Second is to this was going to be alive in my hometown. We don't technically live in boulder, but we do live nearby. So they were going to be people in the audience who knew me, including some of my staff. So I wanted to memorize it. Now one thing he may not be aware of when it comes to Ted or tax talks. And I'm sure everybody's watched them on YouTube at Sarah around the Ted sight. Here's a little behind the scenes secret. What you see in the video is not what happens to live. Trust me. What you see in? The video is not what happens live. In vancouver. The main event this is where the main tied talks are given at the annual Ted conference. I've seen many TED talks at the main of that where the speaker stumbles they freeze up. They can't remember it. They stop the conference, and they let the speaker either restart the entire talk or pause and pick up just before the Stumpel, then the video gets edited. And that's what you see. So in fact, if you're in the live audience watching a Ted talk, you will see speaker stumble. You'll see the lose track of where they are in the memorization. They'll freeze up. They'll fumble something drop it they stop let them restart it to get it. Right. Saying Ted is is more people will see your video than we'll ever see it live. They focus on that video. Now the instructions for the tax boulder event was. The same if you stumbled pause and then pick it up just prior and then move on. Then the magic of video editing will make that mistake disappear forever. Now in my case, I didn't need to fall back on that. I probably had a couple of fumbles. I think they might have clipped out one little piece. But the pressure was intense. You should talk to my staff, I was spending hours every day locked into this indoor kind of an interconference from that had no windows in it just doing the speech over and over and over again. But the objective was is. I wanted to tell the story it's a very personal story. It's really a little bit of a of a confession on what I struggled with in the first twenty five years of my career. And then I opening realization that I just wasted a lot of time and a lot of energy. Now, this is not a normal episode of the show. We don't get typically into these kinds of personal feelings. I hope you've found it useful and informative..

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Innovation. A regular attender at Ted. I never could have imagined the prep that goes into giving one of these talks in this case of my Ted talk that you heard in segment one I was first approached about six weeks ahead of the event. Most of the other speakers had already been approached and agreed. I in fact was in the middle of the mountains camping with my grandkids. When I got the call asking me to present. Then I learned that there would be two to two and a half hours of practice sessions each and every Tuesday night. That's right. Two two two and a half hours of practice sessions. Every tuesday. Then the last week there would be practice sessions on Tuesdays Thursday Saturday just before the event which was on a Sunday. Now. Ted ex boulder is a big event. It's like twenty four hundred people in the audience sells out every year tickets and some cases can be hard to come from. But and I was excited. It was an opportunity to share the subject matter. This case about my own struggle with impostor syndrome in the hopes that it would help other people who maybe hadn't recognize what they were struggling with are coming out with their own struggles. Now in a so I got my head wrapped around that. This was going to be a major time commitment, you know, two and a half hours one evening every week for six weeks. Plus all these extra practice sessions. Then came the real surprise. Now. The original talk was roughly forty five minutes. I gave it at the old AOL headquarters in northern Virginia. No, no, no. There was maybe a couple hundred people in the audience, and there was all CEO's or or c x o level kinds of executives from leading companies in northern Virginia. Now when I was asked to talk, I assumed it would be a normal eighteen minute tedtalk. I'd go to the vet every year now being held in Vancouver. That was my expectation. So I showed up at the first practice session with a trimmed down from forty five minutes to eighteen minutes. Boy, let me tell you that was tough cutting it down, but it was at that first session that I learned that the TED talks for boulder are nine minutes. Think about that. Forty five minutes to eighteen minutes to nine minutes. Now give it how often I give talks. And keynote the joke is all that you need to give me as three talking points that a microphone and I'm ready to go. And now I can fill up an hour. Not a problem to crap. This talk down the nine minutes. Now, if you go back and watch the YouTube video over that the tax side, and you actually clock the time it was actually eleven minutes. Twenty seconds at the event. I would have preferred to have ninety days to prep for a nine minute talk. Crap. This talk down to nine minutes. I really had to think about just what were those key elements. There's a lot of things in there. I just could not cover a hit the Chuck it out and really break it down. Now, what I will say about the Ted ex balder event is they have some of the top presentation coaches, speech coaches that actually help you figure out what you're gonna toss out because what you quickly will learn is that something that you think is important is not important to the audience. And so. A lot of work to get it down to nine minutes. And then put kind of icing on the cake for TED talks as you can see on the screen. You're expected to memorize it memorize it in such a way without making it look like you memorized it now, I can honestly say I spent more time on this talk than any other talk in my entire career bar, none. And look I was part of the senior team that took the company public, and we did the major road show flying around on a private jet doing all these cities around the world leading up to the IPO of our shares. Right. And I we don't lot of prep for that. This tedtalk had more prep than even. Now one for the content. I wanted to memorize one for that content. It was important for me to get it. Right. Especially given how many of us struggle with impostor syndrome when I gave that forty five minute talk in northern Virginia. The response the number of people that waited for to talk to me after that talk was just overwhelming. And it was just a couple of hundred people in this case after I got done with my talk at Ted ex older. I was leading right up prior to kind of an intermission, a thirty minute. Our mission actually is the one hour intermission between the two sections of the Ted event, and they actually had dinner arranged for dinner for twenty five hundred people, and as I was walking out to catch up with my wife, and my adult children and others friends who had come to see my talk. I barely made it out there to even get a chance to sit down for five minutes to grab something quickly to eat because everybody was stopping me. Not because I'm some great speaker. But because of the. The subject matter this impostor syndrome can be debilitating and just giving people the permission to talk about it share it indicative fest. I struggle with it. Is can be very enlightening, and very freeing and people just wanted to talk about it. Second is to this was going to be alive in my hometown. We don't technically live in boulder, but we do live nearby. So they were going to be people in the audience who knew me, including some of my staff. So I wanted to memorize it. Now one thing he may not be aware of when it comes to Ted or Ted ex talks. And I'm sure everybody's watched them on YouTube or on the Ted sight. Here's a little behind the scenes secret. What you see in the video is not what happens alive. Trust me, what you see in. The video is not what happens live. In vancouver. The main event this is where the main tied talks are given at the annual Ted conference. I've seen many TED talks at the main of that where the speaker stumbles they freeze up. They can't remember it. They stop the conference, and they let the speaker either restart the entire talk or pause and pick up just before the stumble. The video gets edited. And that's what you see. So in fact, if you're in the live audience watching a tedtalk, you will see speaker stumble. You'll see the lose track of where they are in the memorization. They'll freeze up. They'll fumble something drop it they stop let them restarted to get it. Right. Saying in Ted is is more people will see your video than we'll ever see it live. They focus on that video the instructions for the tax boulder event was the same if you stumbled pause and then pick it up just prior and then move on. Then the magic of video editing will make that mistake disappear forever. Now in my case, I didn't need to fall back on that. I probably had a couple of fumbles, and I think they might have clipped out one little piece. But the pressure was intense. You should talk to my staff. I was spending hours every day locked into this indoor in an interconference from that had no windows in it just doing the speech over and over and over again. But the objective was I wanted to tell the story it's a very personal story. It's really a little bit of a of a confession on what I struggled with in the first twenty five years of my career. And then that I opening realization that I just wasted a lot of time and a lot of energy. Now, this is not a normal episode of the show. We don't get typically into these kinds of personal things. I hope you've found it useful and informative. If.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Killer innovation. A regular attender at Ted. I never could have imagined the prep that goes into giving one of these talks in this case of my Ted ex talk that you heard in segment one I was first approached about six weeks ahead of the event. Most of the other speakers had already been approached and agreed. I in fact was in the middle of the mountains camping with my grandkids. When I got the call asking me to present. Then I learned that there would be two to two and a half hours of practice sessions each and every Tuesday night. That's right. Two two two and a half hours of practice sessions. Every tuesday. Then the last week there will be practice sessions on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday just before the event which was on a Sunday. Now, Ted ex bowler is a big event. It's like twenty four hundred people in the audience sells out every year tickets and some cases can be hard to come from. But and I was excited. It was an opportunity to share the subject matter. This case about my own struggle with impostor syndrome in the hopes that it would help other people who may be headed recognize what they were struggling with are coming out with their own struggles now in so I got my head wrapped around that. This was going to be a major time, you know, two and a half hours one evening every week for six weeks. Plus all these extra practice sessions. Then came the real surprise. Now. The original talk was roughly forty five minutes. I gave it at the old AOL headquarters in northern Virginia. No, no, no. There was maybe a couple of hundred people in the audience, and it was all CEO's or or see x oh level kinds of executives from leading companies in northern Virginia. Now when I was asked to talk, I assumed it would be a normal eighteen minute tedtalk. I'd been to the I go to the Ted event every year now being held in Vancouver. That was my expectation. So I showed up at the first practice session with a trimmed down from forty five minutes. Eighteen minutes. I'm boy, let me tell you that was tough cutting it down, but it was at that first session that I learned that the TED talks for boulder are nine minutes. Think about that. Forty five minutes to eighteen minutes to nine minutes. Now give it how often I give talks and keynotes. The joke is all that you need to give me as three talking points that a microphone and I'm ready to go. Now, I can fill up an hour. Not a problem to craft this talk down to nine minutes. Now, if you go back and watch the YouTube video under over that the tax site, and you actually clock the time it was actually eleven minutes. Twenty seconds at the events. I would have preferred to have ninety days to prep for a nine minute talk. At a craft this talked down to nine minutes. I really had to think about just what were those key elements. There was a lot of things in there. I just could not cover our head to Chuck it out and really break it down. Now, what I will say about the Ted ex balder event is they have some of the top presentation coaches, speech coaches that actually help you figure out what you're going to toss out because what you quickly will learn is something that you think is important is not important to the audience. And so. There was a lot of work to get it down to nine minutes. And then put kind of icing on the cake for TED talks as you can see on the screen. You're expected to memorize it memorize it in such a way without making it look like you memorized it now, I can honestly say I spent more time on this talk than any other talk in my entire career bar, none. And look Alice part of the senior team that took a company public, and we did the major road show flying around on a private jet doing all these cities around the world leading up to the IPO of our shares. Right. And I we'd allotted for that. This talk had more prep than even that. Now one for the content. I wanted to memorize one for that content. It was important for me to get it. Right. Especially given how many of us struggle with impostor syndrome when I gave that forty five minutes in northern Virginia. The response the number of people that waited for to be talked to me after that talk was just overwhelming. And it was just a couple of hundred people in this case after I got done with my talk at Ted ex older. I was leading right up prior to kind of an intermission a thirty minute intermission. Or no actually is a one hour intermission between the two sections of the Ted events, and they actually had dinner arranged for dinner for twenty five hundred people, and as I was walking out to catch up with my wife in my adult children and others friends who had come to see my talk. I barely made it out there to even get a chance to sit down for five minutes to grab something quickly to eat because everybody was stopping me. Not because I'm some great speaker. But because of the. The subject matter this impostor syndrome can be debilitating and just giving people the permission to talk about share it indicative fest. They struggle with it. Is can be very enlightening, and very freeing and people just wanted to talk about it. Second is to this was going to be alive in my hometown. Now, we don't technically live in boulder, but we do live nearby. So that we're going to be people in the audience who knew me, including some of my staff. So I wanted to memorize it. Now one thing you may not be aware of when it comes to Ted or tax talks. And I'm sure everybody's watched them on YouTube. It's cetera over on the Ted sight. Here's a little behind the scenes secret. What you see in the video is not what happens to live. Trust me. What you see in? The video is not what happens live. In vancouver. The main of that this is where the main tied talks are given at the annual Ted conference. I've seen many TED talks at the main of that where the speaker stumbles they freeze up. They can't remember it. They stop the conference, and they let the speaker either restart the entire talk or pause and pick up just before the stumble. Then the video gets edited. And that's what you see. So the fact if you're in the live audience watching a Ted talk, you will see speaker stumble. You'll see the lose track of where they are in the memorization. They'll freeze up. They'll fumble something drop it they stop let them restart it to get it. Right. Saying in Ted is is more people will see your video than we'll ever see it live. They focus on that video the instructions for the tax boulder event was the same if you stumbled pause and then pick it up just prior and then move on. Then the magic of video editing will make that mistake disappear forever. Now in my case, I didn't need to fall back on that. I probably had a couple of fumbles, and I think they might have clipped out one little piece. But the pressure was intense. You should talk to my staff, I was spending hours every day locked into this indoor kind of an interconference from that had no windows in it just doing the speech over and over and over again. But the objective was I wanted to tell the story it's a very personal story. It's really a little bit of a confession on what I struggled with in the first twenty five years of my career. And then that I opening realization that I just wasted a lot of time and a lot of energy. Well, this is not a normal episode of the show. We don't get typically into these kinds of personal things. I hope you've found it useful and informative. If.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"That your kid we've been doing this show for three hours thirty nine thirty nine minutes and fifteen minutes. I don't think you'll get it. Just just let me know. Just just I three hours thirty nine minutes. Honestly, think that they understood that the home run ball is not going to win them to gain. So you figure like Dave Roberts because they kept striking out, obviously game before seventeen twelve times seventeen times the game before in eighteen innings. But is that swing foot offenses or taking pitches that you'd probably should be swinging at taking swinging for the fences you offensive? Yes. See, I think you get a couple of foul balls. You take a pitch that you shouldn't be taken a wide striking out. Run the triple drill and good bunting. Well, Kershaw did a good job on the trip. Kershaw looked like he was about to die. When he went, I third than they didn't send going around happy birthday to Chuck Berry do what he plays whenever Kershaw pitches. Tammy wynette. You like Tammy, Wynette key. I've never heard her. You've heard this song. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Because of all the way through I'm giving you credit Kershaw got to third and look like he wasn't what a great lead. Third base next to fake. Like he had a good league. He was trying not to have a heart attack just root from first to third on the on the ball and the gap. But I think though an series, the dodgers can continue to do what they did yesterday pitch will by creating some office runs as well. Then you'll get review and six innings or so. Then you can go to buy is you can go my my Dan, if you bring somebody else in at that point get to kenley, then I think that that will be what you need to do to move onto..

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"We've been doing this show for three hours thirty nine thirty nine minutes and fifteen minutes. So I don't think you'll get it. Just just let me know. Just just. The three hours thirty, nine minutes. Honestly, think that they understood that the home run ball is not going to win them to gain. So you figure like Dave Roberts because they kept striking out, obviously, game twelve times seven teen times game before in nineteen innings. But is that is that swing foot offenses or taking pitches that you'd probably should be swinging at. That's swinging for the fences. Offensive? Yes. See, I think you get a couple of foul balls. You take a pitch that you shouldn't be taken striking out. Run the triple drill and good bunting. Well, Kershaw did a good job on the temperature. Kershaw looked like he was about to die. When he went first third, and they didn't send going around happy birthday to Chuck Berry. What do you plays whenever Kershaw pitches. Tammy wynette. You like Tammy, Wynette key. I've never heard her. You've heard this song. Oh, yeah, yeah. Because of all the way through I'm giving you credit Kershaw got third and look like he wasn't a what? A great lead off third base next to it fake. Like he had a good league. He was trying to have a heart attack just rut from first to third on the on the ball and the gap. But I think though in the dodgers can continue to do what they did yesterday pitch will by creating some office runs as well. Then you'll get review and six innings or so. Then you can go to buy is you can go my my dad. If you bring somebody else in at that point in get to kenley, then I think that that will be what you need to do to move onto. I'm claiming Boston and right now because they're up three one, just go vote or Boston road trip to Boston win. Does that win? Does that series will actually what's the the, the date whistled start middle of next week, Wednesday, next series game sevens. Middle of next week. What's she go? Get ready. You got someone layaway out there. All right. It's finally here we've been waiting weeks months for years. LeBron is finally a Laker. We see what it looks like for real tiny jet Portland that is coming up next, but not before I tell.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"No between my legs and then the other one csection so it's like a worst case scenario can either for four and five for me it was supposed to be one and it ended up being too i got the surprise of my life but chris what happens in that nine minutes what is that nine minutes feel like i have to ask chris it was a really long time nine minutes the doctor my doctor at that time with calling for a second doctor to calm and try to get him to turn so as at this may sound and kids are in school so we had one doctor with his hands between my legs trying to get the baby to turn that direction and one on the pop above my stomach between my rip trying to get the baby to turn a he government just would not turn my gosh i've never be born feet first yeah he was he was i so he was the little guy he was five pounds thirteen ounces and the other one was six pounds nine ounces and i went thirty seconds thirty six and a half weeks okay so we're i think that's about what i guess that's where we're ryan guests i guess thirty six weeks may second is the birth okay guys let's just put it in calendar i'm calling for april thirtieth myself look i mean we'll see we'll see who wins the baton chris thanks for gone you take care good luck thank you so much chris all right take care bye coming back here in sixty seconds on air with ryan seacrest returns in a moment point seven kiss fm number three what do you mean.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Yes especially next booker i feel like it's almost like too perfect fit draft doc man were cooking grief he was given the celtics hell the other night and last night who the jazz play just by the wolves wolves here yeah they he was all over the place they i i'm pumped ceac axum back and not even just like five minutes here they're like he the jazz were up ten i think when he checked out against the celtics and then proceeded to lose that he was on the court the rest of the game birth nine minutes at eight points in those nine minutes and this other scam yeah he was like two blocks i think i remember one distinctly eight boards a rebound and assists and a block and got hit both free throws and to it yeah yuck he missed a shot the nine yeah the nine board sounds like i don't know i just felt like i would have guessed weeds twenty because it felt like every time the jazz had the ball he had it his per thirty six is off the chart for their gay but and also same draft class to buy pokka dropped thirty five last night in his dunks keep getting higher and higher the more he gets injured the higher jumps on his dunks it's crazy i knew he was looking for the max and now with the louisville deal i don't know what he's gonna get he might get for years forty million it's tough because like the bucks half to pay him.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"At nine minutes on news radio ten forty who edited that he won her this morning said you follow that story about uh one of the oscars got stolen it was francis uh mick norman's oscar and apparently after she won at uh she was at this ball the governor's ball she sat down the statue on a table and the thief comes over picks it up tries to leave and a camera person caught him on care i but it looks like this guy has done this before and has a history of doing these things and going on the red carpet getting his picture taken with people and man that's pretty glorious people with the senate the actresses been date who are you a down right well who was dressed nicely you wouldn't know who belong to the parties like wedding crashing if you ever crashed her wedding reception and just pretended that you were there no dan jeff well you ever did that now that i've ever done there but if you've ever done that but it's like o j's book if i were to do that have you just show up and act like you belong there which is what this guy shows up at places and the red carpet and you're getting your photo taken wouldn't you want to know who you were getting your photo taken with few didn't know who they were i think they just want to be nice i mean i i get what you're saying during public yes nobody comes up because going to get a photo that will be how are you on the way to do that wedding thing yeah you wanna really pick a class her weddings right exactly they wanna go to just y'all you go to their homes as chapel no you go to the foofoo he neighborhood they always have the best cake not that i would know but if you ever did that that's what you would do eight fifty two on who now on katie arbi h hd two this is who des moines good morning to g everybody van and bonnie here for their brass armadillo antique ma just off i 8035 between the 14th street in second avenue exits there celebrating their anniversary this weekend with 10 free tshirts be given away every hour on friday saturday and sunday and they've asked us to be there to meet you saturday from ten to fifteen percent off their great antiques.

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"nine minutes" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"nine minutes" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Three nine minutes before the hour broadcasting day two of our stand with israel tour i got to meet a bunch of listeners earlier today here in haifa israel we had our first meeting greek kind of what i really a meet and greet but we met at the uh the beautiful caesar cesaria amphitheater in cesaria about twenty minutes from where we are now in haifa israel dennis prager my friend and colleague talking about the land talking about the history of is israel but just your we'll just have in the time of our lives and i'm so grateful to get to come back to israel this is my third journey to the holy land and cash i'm i'm just such a lucky guy to be able to be a part of a broadcast like this and a group like this and a trip like this last week in the white house visiting an interview in president trump this week here in haifa israel man what a what a what a what a fortunate blessed privilege guy i am william thanks for joining us on the first time caller and they right long democrat and i want to join in in your schader tired of fake news any craft oil to your heart gree at you've got to understand realize everything is going out of of gander i'm not a politician but i tell you one thing remote my point i want to leave this of course you would you it looks to me real energy corker corker on we're at route nightmares tennessee senator were there you go to go to you know the mixture fake climbed mr green mr green billionaire you know laughing all the way to the bank by telling us the polar bears are going to be alone on the arctic ice plants or whatever but but william y you know and i appreciate your your perspective is a lifelong democrat i just love to get some body somebody tried to get in his head watched the goal why can't i i refuse to accept that a grown man has such a temper tantrum in a hissy fit about a president getting elected he doesn't like that he would attack of fellow republican this way so there's got to be more to.

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