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No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

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00:42 sec | 6 d ago

No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

"Zaki Zaki deporting deporting twenty twenty two two points points and and Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey had had seventeen seventeen at at seven seven Frank Frank Perdue Perdue pounded pounded a a brass brass could could ninety ninety two two sixty sixty five five the the Boilermakers Boilermakers open open on on the the twenty twenty three three four four run run over over the the first first seven seven plus plus minutes minutes eighty eighty says says the the Boilermakers Boilermakers wanted wanted to to get get off off to to a a strong strong start start for for a a change change really really aren't aren't R. R. C.'s C.'s we've we've always always had had kind kind of of a a slow slow start start we've we've gone gone down down like like ten ten points points early early on on for for early early in in games games so so we we won't won't really really focus focus on on coming coming out out strong strong today today coach coach Matt Matt painter painter has has three three hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine wins wins at at Purdue Purdue to to behind behind piggy piggy Lambert Lambert for for second second on on the the Boilermakers Boilermakers all all time time list list the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are fourteen fourteen into into overall overall and and three three and and two two in in the the big big ten ten following following their their sixth sixth win win in in seven seven games games the the Braskem Braskem has has dropped dropped five five straight straight and and ten ten of of eleven eleven I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Morant scores 29, Grizzlies beat Warriors for 10th straight

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00:39 sec | Last week

Morant scores 29, Grizzlies beat Warriors for 10th straight

"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies continued continued to to sizzle sizzle topping topping Golden Golden State State one one sixteen sixteen one one await await after after defeating defeating the the team team that that began began the the night night tied tied for for the the league's league's best best record record Memphis Memphis has has won won ten ten straight straight job job Marantz Marantz sparkled sparkled with with a a game game high high twenty twenty nine nine points points you you know know we we one one of of the the best best teams teams in in the the league league right right now now that's that's number number one one and and number number two two out out the the like like you you know know we we shorten shorten the the bylaws bylaws the the Grizzlies Grizzlies led led by by seventeen seventeen in in the the second second quarter quarter trailed trailed by by eight eight in in the the third third but but took took the the lead lead for for good good at at ninety ninety four four ninety ninety two two with with ten ten eleven eleven left left in in the the fourth fourth Golden Golden State State was was within within three three in in the the final final minute minute but but I I hope hope followed followed by by an an and and one one from from rent rent sealed sealed the the deal deal in in the the season season series series Memphis Memphis leads leads to to the the one one numbers numbers Martin Martin

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Louisiana governor pardons Homer Plessy, whose segregation protest went to the Supreme Court

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00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Louisiana governor pardons Homer Plessy, whose segregation protest went to the Supreme Court

"Louisiana's Louisiana's governor governor has has pardon pardon the the black black man man who's who's eighteen eighteen ninety ninety to to arrest arrest led led to to a a Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision that that allowed allowed racial racial segregation segregation in in the the United United States States for for nearly nearly sixty sixty years years there's there's never never a a bad bad day day to to do do the the right right thing thing Louisiana Louisiana governor governor John John bel bel Edwards Edwards said said citing citing a a posthumous posthumous pardon pardon for for Homer Homer Plessy Plessy is is something something that that should should never never have have been been needed needed in in eighteen eighteen ninety ninety two two the the thirty thirty year year old old shoemaker shoemaker part part of of a a group group trying trying to to overturn overturn laws laws against against equal equal rights rights after after the the civil civil war war was was wide wide enough enough to to buy buy a a train train ticket ticket New New Orleans Orleans with with black black enough enough to to be be arrested arrested for for refusing refusing to to leave leave a a whites whites only only railroad railroad car car when when he he lost lost his his case case before before the the Supreme Supreme Court Court Plessy Plessy versus versus Ferguson Ferguson ushered ushered in in an an era era of of unabashed unabashed racism racism and and segregation segregation that that was was considered considered legal legal until until brown brown versus versus the the board board of of education education in in nineteen nineteen fifty fifty four four the the pernicious pernicious effects effects of of Plessy Plessy linger linger still still at at a a ceremony ceremony near near the the spot spot where where plus plus he he was was arrested arrested bel bel Edwards Edwards says says she she was was beyond beyond grateful grateful to to help help restore restore plus plus he's he's legacy legacy undefiled undefiled by by the the wrongness wrongness of of his his conviction conviction this this party party is is a a step step in in the the right right direction direction I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king Louisiana's Louisiana's governor governor has has pardon pardon the the black black man man who's who's eighteen eighteen ninety ninety to to arrest arrest led led to to a a Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision that that allowed allowed racial racial segregation segregation in in the the United United States States for for nearly nearly sixty sixty years years there's there's

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Update on the latest sports

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02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Geffen Geffen cooled cooled off off a a trio trio of of new new faces faces highlight highlight the the candidates candidates for for the the pro pro football football hall hall of of fame's fame's class class of of two two thousand thousand twenty twenty two two AP AP correspondent correspondent Ben Ben Thomas Thomas reports reports the the markets markets where where Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown in in other other NFL NFL news news Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger hinted hinted that that Monday Monday night's night's matchup matchup with with Cleveland Cleveland could could be be his his last last home home game game with with Pittsburgh Pittsburgh looking looking at at the the bigger bigger picture picture I I would would say say that that all all signs signs are are pointing pointing this this this this could could be be it it in in the the NBA NBA the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers spoiled spoiled Kevin Kevin Durant's Durant's return return by by beating beating them them that's that's one one ten ten to to one one oh oh two two in in Brooklyn Brooklyn here's here's correspondent correspondent Bruce Bruce Morton Morton but but we we took took the the lead lead for for good good with with three three fourteen fourteen to to go go on on an an and and one one from from Joel Joel Embiid Embiid who who finished finished with with a a game game high high thirty thirty four four that that was was good good enough enough to to overcome overcome thirty thirty three three from from Kevin Kevin Durant Durant and and James James harden harden Yanis Yanis identical identical poll poll led led Milwaukee Milwaukee with with thirty thirty three three points points in in the the box box fifth fifth straight straight win win one one thirty thirty six six to to one one eighteen eighteen over over the the magic magic Bradley Bradley Beal Beal had had twenty twenty nine nine points points and and ten ten assists assists in in his his return return from from covert covert protocols protocols in in the the wizard wizard one one ten ten ninety ninety three three win win over over Cleveland Cleveland in in the the NHL NHL Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist in in eight eight different different Panthers Panthers scored scored in in Florida's Florida's ninety ninety three three route route of of the the NHL NHL leading leading lightning lightning other other winners winners included included the the blue blue jackets jackets hurricanes hurricanes flames flames islanders islanders sharks sharks and and conducts conducts college college football football bowl bowl action action in in the the peach peach bowl bowl number number ten ten Michigan Michigan state state triumphed triumphed over over number number twelve twelve Pittsburgh Pittsburgh thirty thirty one one to to twenty twenty one one behind behind Payton Payton Thorne's Thorne's three three hundred hundred fifty fifty four four passing passing yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns we we were were able able to to string string some some stuff stuff together together and and you you know know take take advantage advantage of of the the there there is is a a we we thought thought we we were were gonna gonna be be able able to to in in the the music music city city bowl bowl Mitchell Mitchell Finneran Finneran thirty thirty nine nine yard yard field field goal goal lifted lifted Purdue Purdue over over Tennessee Tennessee in in a a forty forty eight eight forty forty five five overtime overtime thriller thriller South South Carolina Carolina defeated defeated North North Carolina Carolina thirty thirty eight eight to to twenty twenty one one in in the the mail mail bowl bowl in in Wisconsin Wisconsin beat beat Arizona Arizona state state twenty twenty to to thirteen thirteen in in the the Las Las Vegas Vegas bowl bowl given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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Hester, Ware, Andre Johnson 1st-year Hall of Fame finalists

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00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hester, Ware, Andre Johnson 1st-year Hall of Fame finalists

"DaMarcus DaMarcus ware ware Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for a a Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown the the selection selection committee committee will will also also consider consider tackles tackles Tony Tony Boselli Boselli and and Willie Willie Anderson Anderson defensive defensive lineman lineman Richard Richard Seymour Seymour Jarrett Jarrett Allen Allen and and Brian Brian young young safety safety leroy leroy Butler Butler cornerback cornerback ronde ronde barber barber wide wide receivers receivers Torrey Torrey Holton Holton Reggie Reggie Wayne Wayne and and linebacker linebacker Sam Sam mills mills Zach Zach Thomas Thomas and and Patrick Patrick Willis Willis a a maximum maximum of of five five can can be be elected elected I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Times Square New Year's Eve organizers conduct their annual confetti test

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00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Times Square New Year's Eve organizers conduct their annual confetti test

"The the organizers organizers of of times times square's square's new new year's year's eve eve have have conducted conducted their their annual annual air air worthiness worthiness test test for for the the confetti confetti that that will will be be released released into into the the air air on on new new year's year's eve eve tread tread hiding hiding is is times times square's square's confetti confetti master master he he says says it's it's a a good good day day to to test test water water for for the the wrong wrong reasons reasons we we throw throw it it and and create create that that for for little little fat fat so so they they started started the the countdown countdown confetti confetti was was released released earlier earlier this this week week workers workers finished finished the the installation installation of of the the one one hundred hundred ninety ninety two two Waterford Waterford crystal crystal triangles triangles that that adorn adorn the the ball ball every every year year in in New New York York this this year's year's design design is is called called the the gift gift of of wisdom wisdom for for eight eight from from W. W. ABC ABC TV TV I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Dolphins down Saints...T-Wolves manage win...Bowl changes

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00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Dolphins down Saints...T-Wolves manage win...Bowl changes

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Chuck Chuck Freeman Freeman the the Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins continued continued their their impressive impressive turnaround turnaround one one of of the the best best in in NFL NFL history history from from a a seven seven game game losing losing streak streak to to dial dial a a seven seven game game winning winning streak streak and and in in the the hunt hunt for for an an AFC AFC playoff playoff spot spot the the dolphins dolphins beat beat the the short short handed handed New New Orleans Orleans Saints Saints twenty twenty to to three three rookie rookie wide wide receiver receiver Jaylen Jaylen waddle waddle had had ten ten catches catches for for ninety ninety two two yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown the the dolphins dolphins don't don't eat eat and and seven seven San San Francisco Francisco forty forty Niners Niners who who hold hold on on a a playoff playoff spots spots in in the the NFC NFC dealt dealt a a huge huge blow blow quarterback quarterback Jimmy Jimmy Garoppolo's Garoppolo's status status for for Sunday's Sunday's game game is is in in doubt doubt because because of of an an injured injured thumb thumb Carolina Carolina Panthers Panthers center center players players home home on on Monday Monday after after learning learning a a Baltimore Baltimore covert covert cases cases the the NBA NBA is is doing doing what what it it can can to to get get its its players players back back on on the the courts courts the the biggest biggest change change for for their their protocol protocol is is the the isolation isolation period period for for players players who who test test positive positive has has been been shortened shortened from from ten ten to to six six days days a a late late basket basket by by John John Moran Moran allows allows Memphis Memphis to to win win at at Phoenix Phoenix one one fourteen fourteen one one thirteen thirteen college college football football Boise Boise state state has has backed backed out out of of the the Arizona Arizona bowl bowl after after cold cold outbreak outbreak and and the the NHL NHL players players returned returned back back to to work work on on Tuesday Tuesday after after the the extended extended holiday holiday break break check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports

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Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

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00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

"A a pioneering pioneering biologist biologist who who argued argued for for a a new new vision vision of of human human nature nature has has died died former former Harvard Harvard professor professor Edward Edward O. O. Wilson Wilson died died Sunday Sunday at at age age ninety ninety two two that's that's according according to to a a tribute tribute posted posted on on the the E. E. O. O. Wilson Wilson bio bio diversity diversity foundation's foundation's website website in in two two thousand thousand seven seven Wilson Wilson said said people people of of faith faith and and science science must must work work together together to to save save the the environment environment science science and and religion religion are are the the two two most most powerful powerful social social forces forces in in the the world world the the so so called called culture culture wars wars between between them them needlessly needlessly block block full full cooperation cooperation Wilson Wilson won won two two Pulitzer Pulitzer prizes prizes he he first first gained gained widespread widespread attention attention for for its its nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five book book sociobiology sociobiology the the new new synthesis synthesis in in which which she she detailed detailed evidence evidence suggesting suggesting a a link link between between human human behavior behavior and and genetics genetics the the work work creating creating controversy controversy among among activists activists and and academics academics I'm I'm my my campaign campaign

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No. 19 Tennessee hands No. 6 Arizona first loss 77-73

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No. 19 Tennessee hands No. 6 Arizona first loss 77-73

"Nineteenth nineteenth ranked ranked Tennessee Tennessee rode rode a a strong strong start start to to a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy three three win win over over number number six six Arizona Arizona the the Wildcats Wildcats first first loss loss of of the the season season Tennessee Tennessee had had seven seven of of its its first first eleven eleven shots shots and and opened opened the the game game with with the the sixteen sixteen to to advantage advantage in in the the first first five five minutes minutes John John Fulkerson Fulkerson scored scored twenty twenty four four points points and and had had ten ten rebounds rebounds I I would would let let you you know know to to see see that that full full game game every every day day that's that's just just I I guess guess that's that's just just how how the the game game goes goes and and you you know know you you try try to to bring bring it it every every day day every every practice practice every every game game Santiago Santiago the the Scully Scully had had fifteen fifteen for for the the ninety ninety two two vols vols Benedict Benedict matter matter and and had had fourteen fourteen of of his his twenty twenty eight eight points points in in the the first first half half he he was was the the only only Arizona Arizona starter starter to to score score in in the the first first twenty twenty minutes minutes as as Tennessee Tennessee took took a a thirty thirty four four twenty twenty one one lead lead the the Wildcats Wildcats are are eleven eleven and and one one I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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'Chitty Chitty Bang Ban' actor actor Sally Ann Howes dies at 91

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'Chitty Chitty Bang Ban' actor actor Sally Ann Howes dies at 91

"A a veteran veteran actor actor best best known known for for co co starring starring in in the the nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight movie movie Chitty Chitty Chitty Chitty bang bang bang bang has has died died the the only only in in house house appeared appeared in in more more than than a a hundred hundred and and forty forty movies movies during during her her five five decades decades as as a a performer performer but but movie movie goers goers will will remember remember her her best best for for storing storing along along with with Dick Dick Van Van **** **** in in the the nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight movie movie Chitty Chitty Chitty Chitty bang bang bang bang her her son son has has confirmed confirmed his his mom's mom's death death at at age age ninety ninety one one no no cause cause of of death death was was provided provided how how old old was was the the child child of of two two actors actors and and she she began began her her acting acting career career at at age age twelve twelve in in the the nineteen nineteen forty forty three three film film Thursday's Thursday's child child house house also also made made a a mark mark in in the the theater theater earning earning a a Tony Tony nomination nomination for for Brigadoon Brigadoon in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty two two she she made made her her last last appearance appearance in in the the limited limited series series secrets secrets in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety two two I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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 Cooper Kupp's 2 TD catches carry Rams past Seahawks 20-10

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00:29 sec | Last month

Cooper Kupp's 2 TD catches carry Rams past Seahawks 20-10

"The the rams rams are are in in a a virtual virtual tie tie with with the the cardinals cardinals for for the the NFC NFC west west lead lead after after Los Los Angeles Angeles knocked knocked off off the the Seahawks Seahawks twenty twenty ten ten Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp grabbed grabbed a a pair pair of of second second half half touchdown touchdown passes passes for for Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford Cup Cup as as a a team team record record one one hundred hundred twenty twenty receptions receptions this this season season after after catching catching nine nine more more for for one one hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards in in the the rams rams third third straight straight win win Stafford Stafford passed passed for for two two hundred hundred forty forty four four yards yards and and Sony Sony Michel Michel rushed rushed for for ninety ninety two two is is L. L. A. A. move move to to tenant tenant for for the the five five nine nine Seahawks Seahawks will will post post a a losing losing season season for for the the first first time time in in ten ten years years I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie the the rams rams are are in in a a virtual virtual tie tie with with the the cardinals cardinals for for the the NFC NFC west west lead lead after after Los Los Angeles Angeles knocked knocked off off the the Seahawks Seahawks twenty twenty ten ten Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp grabbed grabbed a a pair pair of of second second half half touchdown touchdown passes passes for for Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford Cup Cup as as a a team team record record one one hundred hundred twenty twenty receptions receptions this this season season after after catching catching nine nine more more for for one one hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards in in the the rams rams third third straight straight win win Stafford Stafford passed passed for for two two hundred hundred forty forty four four yards yards and and Sony Sony Michel Michel rushed rushed for for ninety ninety two two is is L. L. A. A. move move to to tenant tenant for for the the

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Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

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00:31 sec | Last month

Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

"Wendell Wendell Moore Moore junior junior had had twenty twenty one one points points Apollo Apollo Bon Bon kero kero had had sixteen sixteen is is second second ranked ranked Duke Duke rolled rolled past past Appalachian Appalachian state state ninety ninety two two sixty sixty seven seven Moore Moore was was eight eight of of eleven eleven from from the the field field and and had had five five rebounds rebounds and and six six assists assists for for the the blue blue devils devils who who ended ended the the first first half half on on a a twenty twenty nine nine run run for for a a thirteen thirteen point point lead lead the the mountaineers mountaineers got got within within five five in in the the second second half half before before the the blue blue devils devils the the up up three three straight straight three three pointers pointers bringing bringing the the lead lead back back to to double double digits digits Duke Duke also also received received eleven eleven points points apiece apiece from from AJ AJ Griffin Griffin and and Trevor Trevor keels keels the the blue blue devils devils are are eight eight one one following following their their seventh seventh straight straight home home win win I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

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00:33 sec | Last month

Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

"Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson shot shot five five for for nine nine from from three three point point range range and and scored scored a a season season high high twenty twenty six six points points as as the the heat heat transfer transfer short short handed handed bulls bulls one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety two two the the Wayne Wayne dead dead man man had had twenty twenty points points and and twelve twelve rebounds rebounds from from Miami Miami Kyle Kyle Lowry Lowry provided provided sixteen sixteen points points and and fourteen fourteen assists assists and and Tyler Tyler here here dropped dropped in in seventeen seventeen points points the the bulls bulls were were in in action action after after guards guards I I assume assume and and recently recently signed signed Stanley Stanley Johnson Johnson were were placed placed in in the the health health and and safety safety protocols protocols they they join join leading leading scorer scorer demar demar DeRozan DeRozan as as well well as as Matt Matt Thomas Thomas Coby Coby white white you've you've already already green green and and Derek Derek Jones Jones junior junior Zach Zach lavine's lavine's scored scored thirty thirty one one points points for for Chicago Chicago I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Update on the latest sports

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00:59 sec | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Chuck Chuck Freeman Freeman the the Milwaukee Milwaukee Bucks Bucks winners winners of of ten ten of of eleven eleven were were cooled cooled off off by by the the Miami Miami Heat Heat one one thirteen thirteen one one oh oh four four the the heat heat were were explosive explosive from from the the three three point point line line where where they they buried buried a a franchise franchise tying tying twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers Houston Houston Rockets Rockets beat beat the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh four four to to win win their their seventh seventh in in a a row row Cleveland Cleveland Cavaliers Cavaliers role role by by the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety two two the the bulls bulls played played their their second second straight straight game game without without leading leading scorer scorer demarre demarre Rosen Rosen NFL NFL notes notes Green Green Bay Bay Packers Packers quarterback quarterback Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers says says he he will will play play on on Sunday Sunday but but did did not not practice practice as as he he recovers recovers from from a a toe toe injury injury Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals quarterback quarterback Joe Joe burrow burrow says says he'll he'll play play as as well well despite despite an an injury injury on on his his throwing throwing hand hand college college football football Fresno Fresno state state has has retired retired Jeff Jeff Tedford Tedford as as its its coach coach in in golf golf Tiger Tiger Woods Woods is is returning returning next next week week after after a a brutal brutal accident accident ten ten months months ago ago he he will will compete compete with with the the sun sun in in the the PNC PNC championship championship NHL NHL the the Colorado Colorado Avalanche Avalanche used used a a five five goal goal second second period period to to beat beat the the New New York York Rangers Rangers seven seven to to three three in in tennis tennis Serena Serena Williams Williams says says she she will will not not play play in in the the Australian Australian Open Open following following advice advice for for her her medical medical team team Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports

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Garland scores 24 points, Cavaliers beat Bulls 115-92

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00:44 sec | Last month

Garland scores 24 points, Cavaliers beat Bulls 115-92

"Darius Darius garland garland in in rookie rookie Evan Evan moblie moblie carried carried the the Cavaliers Cavaliers to to a a one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety two two thrashing thrashing of of the the bulls bulls garland garland had had twenty twenty four four points points and and six six assists assists in in Cleveland's Cleveland's fifth fifth win win in in seven seven games games moblie moblie shot shot eight eight of of eleven eleven and and finished finished with with sixteen sixteen points points nine nine rebounds rebounds and and a a season season high high five five blocks blocks is is very very fun fun every every time time we we go go out out and and play play like like that that it's it's always always fun fun playing playing with with my my guys guys winning winning this this is is a a fun fun game game the the Cavaliers Cavaliers took took command command in in the the third third quarter quarter when when Kevin Kevin love love sank sank three three three three pointers pointers in in the the one one fifty fifty seven seven span span to to extend extend their their lead lead to to seventy seventy eight eight fifty fifty six six Zach Zach lavine's lavine's scored scored twenty twenty three three points points and and had had nine nine assists assists for for Chicago Chicago which which had had its its four four game game winning winning streak streak snapped snapped the the bulls bulls played played their their second second straight straight game game without without leading leading scorer scorer demar demar DeRozan DeRozan due due to to culvert culvert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol on on the the ferry ferry

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 White House: 92% of fed workers under mandate are vaccinated

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

White House: 92% of fed workers under mandate are vaccinated

"The White House says most federal workers are vaccinated one day after the deadline to get vaccinated the Biden administrations vaccine mandate for millions of federal workers seems to be working the White House says ninety two percent of the three and a half million federal workers covered by the mandate reported to the government that they are at least partially vaccinated according to data provided by the White House the highest number of partial vaccinations by the deadline was the agency for international development followed closely by the department of health and Human Services the government organization with the least number of partially vaccinated employees the

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Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

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00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

"Tyler hero had thirty one points and eight rebounds in the heats one hundred ninety two comeback win over the pistons Miami trail by nine before opening the fourth quarter on a twenty seven six Ron heroes back to back three pointers cut the deficit to seventy seven seventy four Jimmy Butler and bam Adebayo each provided fifteen points nine boards in the heats fifth win in six games Kyle Lowry added fifteen points eight assists and six boards for Miami Detroit led fifty three forty seven at halftime before finishing one and four on its five game homestand Jeremy grant had twenty one points and seven boards for the pistons I'm the ferry

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Curry hot, Durant not...Managers honored...Curley Culp dies

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01:00 min | 2 months ago

Curry hot, Durant not...Managers honored...Curley Culp dies

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree will start in the NBA the stars were out in full force in Brooklyn as Stephan curry scored a game high thirty seven points as the warriors down the next one seventeen to ninety nine Baden Bogdanovich scored twenty seven points and the jazz crush the seventy Sixers one twenty eighty five the clippers ran away from the spurs one of six ninety two in the NHL the Panthers are now eleven two and three on the year as Florida topped the New York Islanders six to one record quest with a goal and an assist in the win Toronto goalie Jack Campbell made twenty four saves as the maple Leafs blank Nashville three nothing Carolina doubled up Vegas forty two in college hoops to upsets of top twenty five teams Tuesday Jared Rhoden scored sixteen points and honoring scene all stunned fourth ranked Michigan sixty seven sixty five in Ann Arbor twelfth ranked Oregon got blasted home by B. Y. U. eighty one to forty nine and in college football Virginia Tech and coach Justin Fuente mutually agreed to part ways ending twenty six year run with the Hokies I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"H. creates free agency Level playing field for for more of a level playing field for free agency. Because you've got guys who can plan american league and national league and when it comes to scheduling just makes sense that you have a rule that universal across the league instead of being like pictures. You know like 'cause guys get to the point where they're not even sure what city they're traveling. You know if you're going from an american league park to a nationally park pitchers my blake so my pitching today my hitting today. I'm sure you know. And i know there's more it goes into that than that but still I want my guys to know that they can come to the park every single day and they know exactly what's going on. They know exactly what to expect tomorrow. And the day after even though they're probably only looking at today but you know the the continuity baseball is such a sport of creatures of baseball players creatures of habit. I don't want my pitchers to hit last week. But i'm not hitting this week so And the next next week. I'm hitting again. It's gonna screw teen 'cause. I've take batting practice all you know. So that's why like it. But weiner's okay i'll blow a raspberry later all right. So mike barnes. Let's farms has a question. He wants to know what our favorite baseball player nicknames are. And why okay. Mine is my favorite one. Because actually did a lot of research on this a while ago. Because i was going to do like you said my my blog stitched thrones. I was actually going to do a post about this. Because i spend a whole lot of time on baseball reference Just looking at random stuff. Like when i do not dude and random research and honestly the fav- my favorite name that i came across was egyptian. Healy that's the name that he is under on baseball reference. That's the player. That's the name known as player. Kinda like chipper jones His actual name is John jay healy but the call him egyptian because he's born in cairo illinois. That's great. I thought that was so funny so random that there was this guy that they gave him a nickname based on where he was born rather than anything to do with his name. Yeah so that so. That's my favorite nickname. What you have. Do you have a favorite current player. Nickname probably francisco indoor or hobby buyers franscisco indoor the call mister smile and hobby-wise i think el mago such a great nickname especially for him. So you stole mine. Almog goes my favorite current player nickname..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Brad had a blog. Called stitch thrones which was like baseball reading for when you're on the throne right and he was my. He was my sports editor at the student newspaper in college and i and we were both in journalism program and i said to him. I'm taking pictures anyway man. Why don't you publish house thinking. yeah. I'll get another clipping right. I'll get another photo. J. like credit on my portfolio. I'm like dude. You wanna put my stuff on your blog me and you were like yeah dude. Because i'd been taking pictures of baseball bats in my grass up to you know trying to generic photos an can only find so much on pecadillos pixels and on splash and stuff. So when you sent me the stuff that you had sent. I was like yeah. This is awesome. I still have all my computer. So sweet yeah so we also we got that got us talking about baseball and then we started gushing about baseball like. Oh this is what's magical about it. No and this is what anyway. That's that's like way back but for a long time ago. Now that i look back but yeah that's that's what got us into the podcast and you started. Yeah all right thanks thanks. That's a great question. Here is one from your says which of the new rules or rules that began in two thousand twenty are good for the sport Brig i feel like you have more like i guess stronger opinions about this than i do you. Yes okay. I've been thinking about this one and three really hard for me to choose any of them as good for the sport. But if i had to say i think that the seven inning doubleheaders probably make as much sense to me as anything. And that's because it's it's less wear and tear on the team and on saturday sunday afternoons and stuff like that. It's the perfect length. I mean let's be honest. it's it's a great length. Especially if you have kids like we do you know they're want to hang out right the whole time and then they're like dad dad. Let's go to the kids parker. Let's go buy another thing ice cream or whatever and you don't know watching the game anymore anyway so anyway. I think that that that one rule probably is is good for the sport. And i have to agree with you like for all those exact same reasons that that is the one that at of everything i don't i don't wanna say good for the sport but i'd say out of all the best for the sport out of the out of the possibilities right. I mean i do like. I do like university. H i'll say actually like it better than the seventy doubleheader because like i said before the seventy seven inning. Doubleheader is a slippery slope and universal d..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"I love the nba. So much great. What were the same same question i know. I don't follow anything as closely as i follow baseball. The next closest for me is boxing. That's i would say. Follow boxing more closely than anything else. Second baseball Like the mike. Tyson roy jones junior fight. I like die when i heard that was coming on and a big party. We we did a bonfire out in the backyard. I did the projector onto the back of the house. Like we had a. We pulled out all the stops. We did a devon island in my kitchen and we wrapped it in cardboard tin foil and then did nachos and then drizzled it with cheese. And it was nacho island. That's the way to do it. So i'm into boxing but at the same time not even close to as much as I follow baseball. Yeah true story. All right this is let's say let's do. Let's another one from sarah davis's things last one. This is the thing is a doozy is a good one in your opinion. Who has the best but in baseball. I feel like i'll be honest with you. I'm let you answer. I but i feel like there is only one correct. Answer to this I'll let you know if you're right or wrong. Go ahead well. I'm even more deeply uncomfortable than i was before. Because now there's the threat of being wrong act. Didn't see that coming when you mean. There's only one acceptable answer. I'll explain it to you but go ahead and give me your own goodness sakes. I don't even know this course. All right so talking about Jeez has got to be a catcher. It has to be. I don't know why i just that up. You think honestly was going through like you know probably catcher because they're doing squats all game all the time. So if that's the case. I gotta go with a go with yadi molina k. Thought that was my first thought because the dudes been added forever right right right. yeah okay. So he's he's gonna have he's going to have nice but thanks for backing me up on this play here. Yeah yeah no. No but the correct answer is vlad guerrero junior what because he got his dad's booty gotta wing to yeah like. There is so much from his dad going into that. Like the swing and part of the reason. He has so much power he does. He's got he's got his dad's booty and i don't know that that's something i would have noticed before.

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Back baseball family. We're going to wrap things up here at the last little bit of last little bit of stuff from the mail bag This one's interesting. This is from sarah davis. What is the greatest. The greatest country song of all time break. Well okay hold on. Context context alert. Okay so when. I saw this question come through. I giggled my little pants off. Because i know that brad the closest brad has ever gotten to listen to country music blink. One eighty two like be completely honest wrong. Oh man i know. I know it. It's like i will be honest. i'll be honest. I'm not going to tell you when it was because that will be obvious when i give you the song but did go through a small country phase at one point all you did. I did yeah i did. I cannot wait to reveal that okay. Okay but you. This is tough though. Man this is. This is not an easy question to answer the. I love country music. And so i. I got my favorites right. I got contradictory favorites. Like people people think like i could have unpopular favorites and So so i thought well tennessee. Whiskey is terrific song. Devil went down at georgia's iconic. Write anything by alabama's fabulous. Then there's johnny cash go all the way back. Johnny cash duh. But i honestly feel like the greatest country song of all time is friends in low places by garth brooks.

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Back. What would you do. I'd be a gm really yeah. I'd wanna be a gm. Because i love first off. I love puzzles. Like yeah love them and putting. I felt putting a baseball team together putting a successful baseball team together. It's like doing great big puzzle. They have a budget with Like i ll like anytime. I play fantasy sports. I'm there for the draft. I could care who could not care less what happens and i could finish last gopher like well. I guess i should have drafted better. Yeah but no. I i would love to be a gm. I think that would be an awesome job. Unfortunately i like to sleep more than those guys do. So i don't know how good i would be at it especially around the especially around the trade deadline but no for real but now that would be. That'd be my job in baseball. Okay we're gonna pay though if you if somebody said to you brad. You can have any job in baseball. You want right now and you have three years to prove yourself. What would it be I would probably be a team reporter like we're team. It'd be a reporter. Can okay something. I actually have an aptitude for. Yeah and i could do this. You know yeah and talk about the team all the time and and go get another players which is basically i mean. That's the reason. I got into sports journalism because i went to. I did not go to journalism. School to go work for cnn. Or the new york times. I went to journalism school. Because i wanted to be a sports writer. I wanted to get into podcasting. I wanna learn how to do that. And i wanted to be a sports writer. I wanted to cover baseball. That's that's why i went to school. Yeah right yeah so that. That is like if i had that opportunity. That's what that's what i would do. What about you. i would do play by play own. Nice i'd be james radio I don't know ask though the answer that question. Now i'd be doing radio play by play in fact the Like i've looked into it heavily. Actually and i think that within three years i could really. I could probably get to where i needed to be. the schedule is just awful though yeah brutal brutal yeah. So that's i remember Go ahead no say that was my one deterrent with the whole family dynamic. You know and and trying to figure that out but But i think i would love every minute of it you would you totally would. And that's the thing like. I've talked before about high. I worked for the ormala. Is the the rookie former rookie league team now for the angels. Yeah but they I i worked really closely with With a radio guy. I was basically his intern..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Name is john j healy but the call him egyptian because he's born in cairo illinois. That's great answer. I thought that was so funny so random that there was this guy that gave him was nickname based on where he was born rather than anything to do with his name. Also so that's my favorite nickname. You have do. You have a favorite current player nickname Probably francisco indoor or hobby buyers francisco. Indoor the call mister. Smile and hobby. Bai's i think el mago such a great nickname especially for him. So you still mind. Almog goes my favorite current player nickname. runner-up only bi polar bear. Pete alonso boulevard pete. Yeah i think that's a killer nicknamed it it rights itself right that all the marketing and everything awesome so those are my two favorite current ones but my favorite of all time is actually thurman munson one of his many nicknames as the squatty body i just think for such a talented player for such a guy who's such a force to be reckoned with right. He for him to have such a sissy nickname like that is so fun like it with the mustache and he just was brooding behind the play. I just think you know what a better guy. but it's a fun nickname and it's family friendly but Kind of funny anyway. So i i think that's my favorite one nice and of course i mean there's obviously the babe in his millions of nicknames that wimpy deer yeah that might be my favorite of all his dig names thank you to the sandlot that the colossus of clout the colossus of clout. Did you know you're one of the only people in my whole life. That will actually do that correctly. Honestly if i'm with somebody. And i say it and they don't say it again i'll say it again. Anyway let me do. That's right after after a pause. Where i look at them like a like. Nobody in this group is with fine. I do i. I wrestled with contempt. And i try to muscle it down all Let's go with another one from alexander trout. If you got a lot of people submit multiple questions so yeah if you could a job in baseball what would it be. What job would you want to have break. That's a tough question. There are a lot of great jobs in baseball.

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Alright. I mean the modesty. I'm good enough at it for them to pay me. But there are times that i send something off. I'm like well. I'm probably have to rewrite that But fortunately that so you've never had oh see the truth comes out now. I'm gonna have to rewrite that. This is terrific You're glad you're standards are lower than mine. Come to sometimes. I'm just like they really don't care because nobody's really going to read it because it's just you know search engine optimization like you know that's field and that's how they feel it's gonna get from me and i'm okay with that so that's pretty terrific. All right next question had like it a lot but anyway next so alexander trout though. He won He's he's the first one trout -gratulations alexander were pumped for you man. All right the next question comes from tim. Jensen all right. He wants to know what. I made us decide to podcast. That is a pretty large question. I feel like but let's let's get short. There's a lot to yeah. Let's simplify so. I was helping bring out. What the website. When with the shop when it first came on. And i done actually a lot of research that found that podcasts or and you know honestly like brit suggested earlier on you know eventually. We'll do podcast and had done a lot of research. That said that podcasts are great for your website. Grief your business. So i said you know what now might be the time to do it and break do you remember. Your response was no do you. I do. I specifically remember. 'cause i've caught off guard. You said okay. What's stopping us. And i said well. I don't have a very good microphone. You said well we can deal with that later. Let's start now and within what ten days. We had released our first episode. That's right. It was ten days later so i had gone onto. I was a guest presenter on a podcast. That's no longer actives called the patriotic father. And i saw my friends set up. And i thought his and i thought this is. This is just not that hard. The little did i know i was completely wrong. I had severely undervalued the amount of time and effort and work equipment. All everything that goes into it but i said i think i think i came home from that interview. That night and went. All right we gotta do this. We can do this and yeah. That's that's what that's what happened. You're right was like a week later. We were rocking and rolling. And for me to like when you suggested initially the podcast. I was like yeah dude. I'm on board because Yeah because i did one as a project. When i was in college. It was like my graduation. Project is when for semester and i had a blast. Doing i had a ton of fun. And so i just been looking for an opportunity to do one and when you said that i like break i know how to do it. Yeah i kept going back to all of our so i used to do. Brad had a blog. Called stitch thrones which was light baseball reading. For when you're on the throne right and he was my..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back baseball family. We are going to dip deep into the mailbag had a ton of questions. Come through we're really excited about some of them and we're going to be honest. Some of the questions were so good. We have got to save them to be their own segments. Later on and man we we have been blown away by the quality of questions. Coming through and brad before we get into the questions. You want to remind everybody why were doing. What the giveaway. We're doing with this. I would love to k so the reason we did this. This big mail bag thing was because we are giving away. arrays sampler. pack. I actually today. I'm drinking the brand. New flavor came out last week officially It's raised south beach. It takes tastes kinda like Bag of purple skittles. Which if you ask me the tropical really good. I gotta get in on that. You need to get you some. Because it's delicious or some round but so are winner was actually alexander trout. Yeah he he dove into the mail bag and send us a couple of questions..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Because that's going to be rough. Yeah middle reliever set up man. I don't wanna see that guy coming out so nope it just gives them more weapons and makes them that much better than i think. It's good on him. Good on him for the self awareness. So we're going to switch again. We're staying in california. Because i it's where we're going and Just gonna move south a little bit albert pool. Halls is older than he says. He is apparently He is officially listed at forty one. But according to a bunch of roundabout math in all a bunch of circumstantial evidence he might actually be forty four. All i can think of is it a scene. In bench warmers when they do come with the goatee the umpire piece of paper with his picture and in green cran says i'm twelve documentation and says dwell. It's a twenty dollar bill and their my goodness so. This isn't this is not the first time his ages can be called into question and it's certainly not the first time anybody else's age has been called into question especially if there from the dominican or if they're cuban or whatever right like records are not exactly kept very well and there's a lot you can do but yeah well i mean. It wasn't a i when he was playing with the as. Yeah i think He was the as yet i think. He said he was thirty two. But he's really thirty four. Yeah like that so brad. Tell us why this three two three year difference is such a big deal k. Think about this for a minute. You've got a kid who's eighteen years old. And he shows up to try out and and he's exit lows around one. Oh five or he's pitching at one or two one zero three eighteen years old value that against a sixteen year old same body same size same exit lows or were throwing velocity. Who are you gonna give more money to the kid with more longevity the sixteen year old right you're going to take him over the. Yeah because you can bring him into your system and you can have him in the minor leagues for three years. He comes in. He's big league ready at nineteen instead of twenty one and then you can either sign him to a long term at twenty three twenty four. You signed him to a ten year deal. He's thirty three thirty four as opposed to.

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"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of the baseball podcast baseball family. I am brad and ask per usual. I have brig on my right side today. Hello baseball family. We're glad you're here. We are glad you're here. Thank you for joining us. We truly appreciate it I think we have a good episode lineup. I think is going to be a good time. We're gonna we're gonna have a lot of fun with it up. You have a lot of fun with it So let's go ahead and get started so we can maximize our time in the bag brig ready. I'm ready brad. Send it all right. Okay we're gonna start with some current events first off we have Aaron boone needed to get a pacemaker. Got a pacemaker installed last week and it seems like he's already about ready to go. Yeah yeah he's up and running not all indications. so congratulations. aaron boone. yeah. I thought it was interesting. I just kind of skimmed the article about it and one of the things he pointed out was well. The coffee works. The coffee's working for you. Yeah this is pretty good. Things seem to be in working order. And you know I had a basketball coach in middle school. Actually my math teacher. He is one of the basketball coaches. he He had a pacemaker. And he was still able to like really get fired up about about the game. Yeah So i'm not too worried about aaron boone. Being aaron boone. If you were right yeah yeah i. He's pretty mellow i mean. Honestly until until angel hernandez bein the plate or whatever. Everything's fine well. let's be honest. He gets to all of us so at least he's not getting to sit down right like sit down sit down. Don't hurt yourself anyway. Very excited for him. he's glad he's back. I'm actually a big aaron boone fan like i i i am. I always been a big fan of aaron boone. Kind of a random guy for me to like. I know especially since. I was cheering for the red sox. Both oh three and a four But what do you do you know. So don't do that but you're just kidding well man anyway rig. So should we california california So the way california's been with kobe. It has not been a great situation to say. Oh but they have come out and said that they're going to be allowing fans in at twenty percent capacity those stadiums which is a pretty big deal. Because you've got you've got the giants as angels dodgers and padres not missing anybody right. No that's giants as angels dodgers padres. Yeah i think that's it. That's that's a significant chunk. I mean that's a whole divisions worth for sure so. I'm glad i'm really happy. They're going to be a twenty percent capacity not that much. And here's the caveat with it only open to california residents yet. No i really. I was conflicted about that. At first until i realized that the brilliance of it like you have to grow your base right. You have to serve your base market if you don't serve your base market. It won't be there. You can't rely on on travel and that whole entertainment industry right now. So i am hospitality. Excuse me entertainment hospitality. So it this is. This is a stroke of brilliance. There's going to be an air of exclusivity there in.

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"ninety two" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Would you say. Kwami is the one single most important thing that we need to know to become a better negotiator. Basically sum up your entire world in one sentence. Here i guess is what we're asking easy easy you're always negotiating that's really it. And so the name for my podcast negotiate. Anything for the reason that i want. People to recognize that they're constantly negotiating. So the definition. I like to use for negotiation. Is anytime you're in a conversation and somebody wants something and so constantly negotiating so whenever. I am doing these trainings and i ask them. When they're negotiating they always start off with family. I then friends and then people at work. And then even if it's procurement people are negotiating deals or real estate folks. Then it gets those type of external negotiations and so the people were going to negotiate with the most are the people who are closest to us and so the number one thing that people need to recognize when it comes to negotiation is that negotiation is everywhere. That's one of the biggest barriers people have is that they have low negotiation awareness. They don't know when they're negotiating and if you don't know you're negotiating then you don't know to use the skills. I love that. Because i know so many people that we talked to in. They're like well. How do i practice my negotiation. I don't get into enough situations like contractors or with business partners or with vendors. That i feel like i can practice enough and i think you just said it perfectly there. You should be practicing every day whether you're talking to your kids whether you are at a restaurant and trying to order something that might not be on the menu anytime you're talking to somebody in either side. What something. It's a great way to put that you're always negotiating to. There's always the opportunity to practice. You have to put yourself in the mindset that is negotiation absolutely and i remember i was listening to one of your episodes before i think it was on the ship. Bigger pockets episode and carol. One of the things you mentioned. Was that the simplest thing you can do to practice you. Negotiate digest practice listening. Not talking in a conversation and it's really hard to do and it's so hard that i created a challenge just for myself maybe i'll make it public something like that. But it's just the listening challenge and i remember. I have a five year old and around the holidays. My son was acting up a bit in school. And so i said you know what i'm to take him to work with me and i will bore him to death and then he will appreciate school more. My mom thought it was a horrible idea and says she started off the conversation. Just criticizing me. And i said oh. This is an opportunity to practice. Okay so for fifteen minutes straight fifteen minutes straight. i didn't say anything other than summarizing. What she said asking. If i understood correctly and then asking what else fifteen minutes straight didn't say anything and i was dying inside. I want to make it abundantly clear. So it's not easy not easy at all to do and so we got to that fifteen minute point and she's like. Are you going to say anything. I said listen. Mom i just wanna listen. I am here to just hear your perspective. What else do you want to say. And then once. I got to the point where she said nope that's it. I said okay. Would you like to hear my perspective. Sure and then. I gave my perspective. She agreed right now. If you think about that conversation if i would have started off if if i would have started off that conversation would not have gone very well right but i went through that painful process of listening for the moment because it was effective in the moment but also thinking long term. This is a practice opportunity. If i can do it in this moment it'll be a lot easier in the future. And then at the end of the conversation. I asked her for feedback. I said how did you feel during this conversation. What could i have done differently. What could've done better. I'm seriously thinking about every single conversation whether it's with my five year old my wife and my mom whoever it is as a practice opportunity because it makes those bigger than more transactional negotiations a lot easier. I want to suggest that. Everybody just hit rewind ninety seconds or one hundred twenty seconds and listen to that again because if you learn nothing else from this episode that's going to change your negotiation ability right there. That's gonna take ten times better. I heard a quote the other day. And unfortunately i can't remember who said it and so who attributed to but something along the lines of most of us when we are listening to somebody else auk were thinking most of the time about what we're going to say next as opposed to what they are saying and when we do that. We don't really get the other person's viewpoint we don't really comprehend what they're saying. We're just thinking about how we're going to argue it and how we're gonna get our point across and so what you said was so important. I do wanna go back to one thing because you had an amazing nugget in there that you kind of glossed over. But i think is super important. I'd love for you to expand on it if you don't mind but you talked about during that fifteen minute conversation with your mom. You were reiterating back to her. Your interpretation of what she was saying and it wasn't just is a time filler. Wasn't just for you to have something to say. What was your reason for. Taking the time and reiterating back to her. What you thought she was saying. It's called the empathy loop and so what you do. Is you summarize what the person says and you do by saying this. it's a really simple format. Correct me if i'm wrong but it sounds like you're saying x. y. z. Is that correct. And then you give them the opportunity to correct you and so this serves two purposes number one. It shows that you're listening and number two. It gets you points for listening. I think about it in terms of a game right where the other side is the referee. It doesn't matter if you're listening if they don't believe that you are in fact listening right and so what i do there is. I say yeah. Am i right there. And then they could either say yes or no and the added psychological bonuses. This people feel like they are in control when they have the opportunity to correct you. Think about it as a child and a parent who's correcting in school teacher versus student. Who's correcting who right. And so i'm saying you correctly. I'm giving you the power in this. Interaction makes them feel safer. Makes them trust you more and makes them feel more in control. Even though i'm not really conceding anything by doing that.

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"ninety two" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tuesday ninety two percent as percent of the votes have now been counted on minister Benjamin Netanyahu failing to win a majority in the Knesset he's told supporters he'll call for the formation of an anti Arab coalition government civil lawsuits been filed against former NSA contractor Edward Snowden for violating his non disclosure agreements and publishing a book entitled permanent record which was released on Tuesday the filing approved by Attorney General bill Barr alleges that Snowden violated his non disclosure agreements by failing to submit his manuscript to the agencies for pre publication review that is a standard process for former employees and contractors of both agencies the purpose of this suit is aimed at ensuring that no funds are transferred to Snowden or at his direction well the court is resolving the case talk to John decker the White House in New Oklahoma law could lead to hundreds of inmates having their prison sentences cut short the change goes back to a twenty sixteen referendum in which Oklahomans voted to lower drug possession crimes to a misdemeanor and raise the minimum for felony property crimes the new standards could mean hundreds of inmates could be eligible for the commutation process to shorten their sentences the new law takes effect November first the Oklahoma pardon and paroles board is getting a list from corrections officials of who may be eligible for shortened sentences they expect about eight hundred inmates to fall into that category those who are him for additional crimes likely won't see their time decrease going all Scott fox news as the three universal announcing a new streaming service though college peacock in honor of the NBC logo two of the biggest shows that will be available the office and parks and recreation which also means those shows will be leaving Netflix but not for.

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"ninety two" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Can lose up to ninety two hundred percent of your oysters when I think what this is for the shellfish industry but if it were any species that people feel more emotionally attached to be like whales or lions or even us thinking about what it means to have ninety two hundred percent loss every summer is it really hard to wrap my mind around how do you make yourself feel better so there are two ways in the case of feel better one is I am a contributor for Forbes science online I have that column and I have the privilege of being able to take technical literature and try to translate it for lay audience I also have to remember that I ate I'm doing the best that I can just flew into DC last night and sell the entire flight over I was thinking about my carbon footprint and what I have been doing this past year to alleviate it and then how the fact that I am a climate scientist at least must in some moral calculus help offset that flight that I took do you think the motion gets in your way or fuels you probably will have both I think anger is a very empowering tool but also incredibly exhausting but I am angry because I care and because I Kerry continued its work and I think this work is really important and when I say work that's anywhere from making sure that my muscles are covered in their own too all the way to thinking about what am I gonna write about for my next article to what I'm I could have my own about your work must have arisen out of a spark of curiosity of bit of wonder how do you protect them how do you steer yourself away from numbness a long time ago when I knew I wanted to calm some kind of natural scientists it was a wonder about the natural world that really drove me and now that spark and that curiosity is not just about the beauty of nature but in fact about what our planet and our society needs there is a lot of monotony in science but for me that monotony is a lot of meditation and that meditation brings me some pain I think about the impacts of climate change in the consequences but it also means that I can envision optimism do you think that the emotion that you feel is productive yes that fire that I have the fire which sometimes is in fact anger or pain or sadness or anxiety I can easily put that fire out and replace it with a fire to work towards a solution but I feel those those in clings of a of a negative emotion I immediately took a detour toward something productive to think about how can I call that a motion by preventing it from ever coming up in the first place and to do that I have to do some really hard but important work thank you very much thank you Breck pre a shot glass is a PhD student at the university of California Davis so increasingly gauge man is one.

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"ninety two" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Can lose up to ninety two hundred percent of your oysters when I think what this is for the shellfish industry but if it were any species that people feel more emotionally attached to be like whales or lions or even us thinking about what it means to have ninety two hundred percent loss every summer is it really hard to wrap my mind around how do you make yourself feel better so there are two ways in the case of feel better one is I am a contributor for Forbes science online I have that column and I have the privilege of being able to take technical literature and try to translate it for lay audience I also have to remember that I ate I'm doing the best that I can just flew into DC last night and sell the entire flight over I was thinking about my carbon footprint and what I have been doing this past year to alleviate it and then how the fact that I am a climate scientist at least must in some moral calculus help offset that flight that I took do you think the motion gets in your way or fuels you probably will have both I think anger is a very empowering tool but it's also incredibly exhausting but I am angry because I care and because I Kerry continued its work and I think this work is really important and when I say work that's anywhere from making sure that my muscles are covered in their own too all the way to thinking about what am I gonna write about for my next article to what I'm I could have my own about your work must have arisen out of a spark of curiosity of bit of wonder how do you protect the act how do you steer yourself away from numbness a long time ago when I knew I wanted to calm some kind of natural scientists it was a wonder about the natural world that really drove me and now that spark and that curiosity is not just about the beauty of nature but in fact about what our planet and our society needs there is a lot of monotony in science but for me that monotony is a lot of meditation and that meditation brings me some pain I think about the impacts of climate change in the consequences but it also means that I can envision optimism do you think that the emotion that you feel is productive yes that fire that I have the fire which sometimes is in fact anger or pain or sadness or anxiety I can easily put that fire out and replace it with a fire to work towards a solution but I feel those those in clings of a of a negative emotion I immediately took a detour toward something productive to think about how can I call that a motion by preventing it from ever coming up in the first place and to do that I have to do some really hard but important work thank you very much thank you Breck pre a shot glass.

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"ninety two" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The first trading day of the second half of the year the first half was awesome first of all stocks had a great June it was the best June for the down more than eighty years and for the first half of the year if you'd put your money in the S. and P. five hundred index fund on January first you saw about a seventeen percent return Vermont's new E. cigarette tax takes effect today it's the latest state trying to make it so expensive kids can get their hands on them ninety two percent is the new tax in Vermont E. CIGS like jul vaping products of hope to millions of kids on nicotine the FDA has like sixteen brands of dog food to increased heart disease in dogs this story broke late Friday a lot of people are worried about it the FDA will investigate brands like blue buffalo American Rachel rain you Trish their softball chart of what to know at CNBC dot com on the watch list today no trading north of the border it's Canada Day a national holiday we get a read on construction spending for may this morning and K. F. C. is out with this new Cheetos sandwich it's literally a crispy fried chicken colonel's sandwich which she does on top not for breakfast maybe but Jessica how to the next few months look for stocks yeah so now is the time lots of money experts try to become predictors of what will happen in the second half of the year and even the past performance is not indicative of future results history is what the stock traders almanac editor in chief knows all about he says the next four months might be a little tough we're looking at the worst for months usually here we're looking at a July usually up about two and a half percent when she was down but only about a half percent would choose up but then he sees a run up to new highs by the end of this year December is than the previous years where we've seen most of the pre election year highs in December and even on the last trading day of the year Jeff Hirsch on CNBC that was C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Edinger Jessica thank you voters in Nebraska may get a chance to decide next year whether to legalize casino gambling casinos in Iowa already cater to folks from Nebraska casino opponents say leading casinos into the state will worsen the social ills associated with gambling it's twenty three past the hour this is America in the morning it isn't easy finding and eating a healthy lunch says correspondent John Johnson more than half of those who eat lunch at their desks or squeeze in a bite to eat during work hours say a healthy meal is a struggle a new survey says more than nine and ten want to keep their workday lunch healthy four out of five say healthy options at work are important and more than two thirds say they'd value help from their employer and expert at the American heart association which helped commission the survey says it's a unique opportunity for work places to weigh him and do better I'm Jim Johnson Jan thanks for that food for thought just ahead on America in the morning Jim beau Hannon has some wild animal stories after these messages ever wonder why Europeans speak so many languages it's because they use babble the number one selling.

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"ninety two" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With a high of ninety two degrees. From channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist Cassandra. Creamy. Now, SafeTouch Security triple team traffic going to crash on I four westbound near the turnpike, where the vehicles are on the right shoulder, yet delays all the way back to orange blossom trail that's gonna take you about twenty minutes to get through those slowdowns. I four westbound also about ten minute drive time for four thirty four to just after four thirty six eastbound ten minutes Osceola Parkway to five thirty five and watch out for a crash on the four white westbound on the I four rampant blocking the right lane there. This traffic report brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocket mortgage dot com. Licensed in all fifty states. Equal housing lender. NMLS number thirty thirty. With traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning, we're helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Brian Kilmeade, news ninety six five WDBO promises to break into my show with red alert traffic report. Because when you're the one behind the wheel stuck in a major traffic problem, we know it grinds on your patients. That's why we tell you what happened, how much time it'll add to your drive and the best possible way to get around when you're stuck in traffic. We're with you. This is where Orlando turns first for frequent traffic alerts, news, ninety six WDBO. The Brian Kilmeade show. A news ninety six point five WDBO much. The Friday edition of the show closing at a wild week with president overseas. We'll talk discuss that day. And what's happened here is day comes for the border and tariffs while with Mexico, we're gonna do a simulcast on television. In thirty four minutes on America's newsroom, you'll see what I look like and we have Admiral James, Stavridis in studio, rare treat for a very good reason in Admiral, you're here, we have a huge issue. This is for the second straight day. We'll watching the Russians get extremely close to us in terms I in the air today in the see, I wanna discuss that with you. We're looking at the video right now. So let's get to the big three I..

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"ninety two" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women

Women Inspiring Women

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"ninety two" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women

"Me know that you're the listener of the week include your address, I'll send you a little something special in there as well. So guys, thanks so much for dropping me some some reviews on itunes. You guys helped me so much by giving me feedback taking me on Instagram sharing. Your biggest takeaways on loved to know, how what I am putting out there is helping you to be able to reach your business goals or give you the courage to go out there and do the hard things. All right. Okay. So let's get started today is again, it's a twenty nine th of January. And so for for me, personally, you know, I really lean into the fact that okay, everybody how many of you were like I said big goals at the beginning of the year. This how many of you said this yourself? This is my year. This is the year I insert like lose weight or this is the year that I kick the diet soda habit. Or this is the year that I am I reach a certain qualification. In my business. This is the year. I walk across stage as this ranked in my business, right or I earn that incentive or that trip. You know, or that quarterly bonus. Right. Like, this is the year that I am going to do those things. Right. Raise your hand. Now also want you to say to yourself. Did you set goals for yourself? Right. The beginning of January and you've already given up on your goals. I'm going to tell you that ninety two percent of people have all ready quit their goals. Ninety two percent. You hear me like that is a big number. The gyms are empty right on January. First everybody was working out a raves get in shape. Everybody was changing their life on January twenty ninth. Everybody's like dang. It's hard. It is hard to change. My habits. It is hard to change, you know, the emotional eating. It's hard that after a long day at work, and I come home, and the old me what a drank a bottle of wine to choose avid glass of water and go take a yoga class. Like day. It's hard to change your behavior. And we are not a society that understands like change takes time. We don't have patients we want instant gratification in if it's not happening fast enough. We just move onto the next or onto the next quick fix the next fad diet the next business opportunity, right? The next resource. That's going to help us somehow become motivated and be successful. And I'm gonna just be really honest with you that you're not gonna find it. Right because it's already within you. Right. The ability to be successful the motivation the drive the discipline. It's very simply a choice. It's very simply a choice of. Okay. You know, if I see my vision for my life, and I know where I wanna be and right now, I'm sort of in the messy beginning parts of learning how to create new routines new habits in dealing with emotions in dealing with stories that I tell myself as. Two why? Or why not I can't be successful? Right. That's the hard stuff. And we have to lead into that Embi where we are. We have to work through it. So if you've already said, I have given up on my goals, and my dreams we're gonna stop that right now, you're gonna pull that vision board off, and it's gonna sit under next or it's gonna hang on your wall where he can stare at it or it's going to become the screensaver of your computer and every single morning when you wake up you are going to look at that. And you're gonna say, I am those things rights..

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