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Fresh update on "one day" discussed on Power 106 Programming
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Biden plans to ask nation to wear masks for 100 days
"Elect Joe Biden says he will ask the U. S population to commit to 100 days of wearing masks as one of his first X is president. In the first day I'm inaugurated to say I'm gonna ask the public for 100 days to mask just 100 days to mask not forever 100 days. And I think we'll see a significant reduction if we occur that event that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the numbers considerably considerably.
US reports 3,100 COVID-19 deaths in one day, surpassing previous record by 20 percent
"Signals are not good. The U. S recorded more than 3100 deaths from the virus on one day this week. That's more than the number of people killed on 9 11. It shatters the old record set in April, The number of Americans in the hospital with the coronavirus shattered a record two more than 100,000. The figure is more than doubled over the past month, and new cases per day are now topping to hunt. Dread 1000 health experts warn. The worst may be at two come in part because of the delayed effects from Thanksgiving when millions of Americans disregarded warnings to stay home. I'm
The Latest: Alabama man beats COVID-19, marks 104th birthday
"It appears the country is slipping deeper into a corona virus crisis the US recorded more than thirty one hundred deaths from the virus on one day this week that's more than the number of people killed on nine eleven it shatters the old record set in April the number of Americans in the hospital with the corona virus shattered a record to more than one hundred thousand the figures more than doubled over the past month and new cases per day are now topping two hundred thousand health experts warn the worst may be yet to come in part because of the delayed effects from thanksgiving when millions of Americans disregarded warnings to stay home I'm Rita folly
President-elect Biden calls on Americans to wear masks for his first 100 days in office
"President elect joe biden. Says he will ask americans to wear masks for the first one hundred days after he takes office the first day i'm inaugurated to say i'm going to ask the public for one hundred days to mask just one hundred days to mask forever one hundred days and i think we'll see a significant reduction if kerr that everything that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the numbers considerably. Do you plan to get vaccinated before inauguration day and we'll you do it in public the way that presidents obama bush and clinton have suggested they're willing. I'd be happy to do that. When dr fauci says we have a vaccine. That is safe. That's the moment of which i will stand before the public and see that look part of what has to happen. Jake and you know as well as i do. People have lost faith in the ability of the vaccine to work already. The numbers are really staggering. Low so i just wonder One hundred days of masking across the board americans being required to wear masks just how quickly the numbers will change. And i wonder if some of the friends you've been talking to joe and some of the republicans who've been standing by as stooges to president trump not stepping up for the american people and their safety and quite frankly stepping up against the president stupidity and cruelty not being a leader on this corona virus. I wonder how quickly in the numbers will change. And i wonder if your friends and those republicans will actually admit that actually doing basic things to mitigate this virus would have changed the course of this pandemic should should ask them that way. Yeah ask them about the number chain. There's always her. I don't have to be careful. Cannot let me ask them okay. You just all dial really. What do you think they should ask my friends. Are you think. I should let me ask my friends in that town. Nica calls the restaurant. You call the friends. Let's just do that. Honestly on his late we get your house stupid. Can you be at this point. If you just actually read about it. Okay learn about it. You're right. How stupid can you be to be so arrogant and should be so flip about this when we have numbers like this. How crazy are you will been asking that question for quite some time again. I think we'll i think i'll be a little polite. I in hopes of picked up the phone or go down with me. Hey i actually but like people in this country to stay alive. Unlike some of your friends and republicans in the senate and in the house and president trump who's presidency is killing people by the tens of
States, cities lock down again as U.S. sees record daily COVID-19 cases, deaths
"The number of covert cases at a new record, 217,000 reported yesterday across the U. S and a record number of Corona patients in hospitals, and there were more deaths in one day than ever. The global total now tops 1.5 million, and while many cities and states re impose restrictions, like stay home
"I i would love to hear you talk about you know. Five years ago or for this work was really such a central part of your life. One days weeks look like and was it sort of a slow transition to being so daily weekly constantly active in food justice or or was there a moment where things really changed overnight. I five years ago. I really started to shift working in compliance and like research basically wanting to be more involved in community health in public health stuff. And i started to get more involved than nonprofits. Who do a lot of culturally relevant to the food workshops around la understand food in different ways and the just kind of got super curious going to like health conferences and the progression was slow. But i knew. I was hunting for it. I'm like there's gotta be some way for me to plug in with a skill. Set that i have to make an impact when i met outreach groups doing this That completely shifted. That's that's when i was like okay. This is where i wanna be. I scaled down my interest and kind of try and understand academics of health in really really doing more groundwork and two thousand seventeen start to literally make burqas britos and my kitchen and going out on saturday morning with with with the crew and like handing them out. And that's when really like. I started to turn because i start to see in person what was happening scarborough nachos in food but like public health wise just so many things just kind of colliding and it it matter that i saw it in person in matter that i had a team of people to bounce ideas off of so that we could figure out different ways to build support making homemade meals for folks Grow that was beautiful. I was doing that for like months. But i felt i started to feel like there was something else that was walking. I love what we were doing. But i felt like this isn't enough like i'm happy to be going out there and and giving hot meal i love to make for folks making them feel like loving care for but there's gotta be another piece that we can do because i was like this isn't enough. Something's data change without this people out there trying to figure out the policy and everything else attached so why the city has failed our house neighbors for people who are listening to this far from la or who are kind of far from this work. Maybe you can talk a little bit about services not sweeps and explain what is services not sweeps at this point where coalition of about forty plus different organizations became together about two years ago basically creating demand for the city to provide different services for an house neighbors and basically just not use criminalization and sweeps to take care of our homeless problem in los angeles so sweeps meaning like literally clearing away places where people have been living correct. Yes yes in the beginning. It really was us just as a coalition of different organizations in los angeles coming together. It's like based on the expertise of of different folks within the coalition that we came up with a list of demands because homelessness not going to go away anytime soon and we just wanna make it easier also better for our neighbors to be able to survive we figure out the housing solution for it and all that owes a model created to ed really led by an housed leaders within our coalition has a lot of our work is also informed by them very much that includes my work fisher and food. And we're still continuing right now. Where a lot of work is sometimes. We'll be attached to efforts in from from vietnam or from from different folks it's evolved so much especially under The i personally feel. The city has become more harsh neighbors in. That's been like a nightmare to try to. Fight has also been very vocal of politicians. Not putting their names were few district bution because almost like virtuous person but like no you like are pushing for sweeps almost like violent acts against humidity. But then you're gonna tell me that you're you know you're trying to see them on one hand and then you're you know you're not caring In the other. And so it's almost like feels like such a patchwork way for politicians to make themselves look better and i mean none of that right. Who can say not like. You're not doing good thing for giving someone like a hot meal. You know about groceries but i feel like historically politicians especially in local government used that too so that they don't do their job.
State Deploys COVID-19 Rapid Mobile Testing Unit To 13 School Districts, Including Billerica Memorial High School NW Of Boston
"Stephanie Chan tells us how school districts that have in person learning are preparing to test since coronavirus cases are going up in students of returning to the classroom, especially for the holidays. Testing is going to be so important. That's why Bill Rick, a school committee chairman, says mobile rapid testing sites are so helpful here. The state's rapid mobile testing unit has been deployed to 13 school district so far, including Bull Rika Memorial High School. We suspect there was one case of in school transmission so and that triggers it and to control the potential covert cluster. The state turned the high school gymnasium into a testing site for one day last week available only for students and faculty free of charge. Will Riker School Committee chairman Mark If Strada E O called it a valuable resource you have to pay $160, I think is the going rate up here. That's a lot of money the people if it was made available through a state program. All school district's. I think that helps everybody. Schools in Boston Western Lawrence have also called on the state for its testing units deployed on Lee if their suspicion of spread in the classroom here in Bull Rika, the school superintendent, says of the 221 covert tests Given out at the high school, not one came back positive. Straw Audio says This tool should be more widely available not only in emergency situations because the goal here is to keep kids healthy and in the classroom if
Fauci to have first "substantive discussions" with Biden transition team
"Anthony Fauci is meeting with members of President elect Joe Biden's transition team today to discuss the incoming administration's response to the coronavirus Today, the first day Where there will be substantive discussions about the transmission between the transition between me and the Biden team about, she told Major Garrett, host of CBS's podcast. The take out that having served six administrations. He understands that transitions are really important if you want to get a smooth handing over of the responsibility. He also said he'd like to see more time spent vetting the Fizer vaccine that's been approved in the U. K once it's approved here. In the U. S about, she says he's volunteering to take the jab on camera to encourage others to do the same.
RHOC Star Braunwyn Windham-Burke Comes Out as a Lesbian
"The learning and welcome to daily pop. Get ready for a huge show today. We've got shocking secrets from the one and only jennifer lopez miley cyrus. Oh and brittany ambience. Say wow the real housewives who revealed she's a lesbian but she is not going to leave her husband. That's right orange county house. Bronwyn windham burke has been married for over twenty years. She and her husband had seven children together and she's currently dating a woman in an interview with glad. She admitted she was a lesbian and said her husband actually knows the woman she is dating. Bronwyn is still living with her husband and kids implants to stay married so so oh what's her breakfast and seeing this one eight we are in different world. How does this work. How do you stay married when every year wife is dating women. You know what these people have been married for over. Two decades have a weird feeling that he probably sensed something. Like this was going on. I don't think you be married to somebody for twenty years and not at least know that there is an inkling and i will say if you watched the show there are little tidbits here and there that would let you know. Maybe this woman does like women kind of watching her interview and she said that that kiss with tamra She said that was her way of kind of like the waters a little bit like wanting to see what her friends her family her cast would say or think if she wanted to come out because she says she realized that she's always liked women. She's never liked men. I mean she clearly likes them enough to seven children right. That was that was like that was my pick up on it. I think in. You're probably right. Like i don't think you can go through life and be with somebody twenty years in and out and have seven children with them and not suspect something like that but also it could be something that she really did. Keep hidden seven. Kids is no joke. That is a that is a. I mean not to say that that women who are in lesbian relationships don't have children but to do it in a heterosexual marriage for so long and then to kind of one day. Be like you know what. I'm actually going to try this. If i wouldn't be surprised if he's shocked scenario she explained. So she's right now. They're living in the same house writing a separate bedrooms her. She's all friend is comes over and has dinner with them and she says it's as weird as you make it. I think there's a little bit of truth to that. I do too. But let's rewind again and if you watch the show you realize that this person is dealing with sobriety issues and party with sobriety is getting to the root of the sobriety issue and for her. The root of the sobriety issue was that she was living a life that she was not truly hers so she was moving it with alcohol and going on these vendors and having children to stay sober so i think for her husband he realizes that this is not really about him that this is about her and her health and what she has been doing and how. She's been killing herself to hide the secret in it's really set. I will say. I'm not gonna lie if i was her partner if my partner would do this and say oh my god. I've been attracted to women this whole time. I would truly be confused. i would. Yeah that's not easy. That's not easy to go through. That would question every single thing that we've been through this for twenty years if you can sit there. Are you going through the motions with me. What is going through and then on top of that okay. So yes so. We're talking about her husband. Her husband is clearly okay with it for now. I do feel like this is a for now situation because not just for her husband to see her relationship with women and whatever but let's say the woman that she's dating. I mean eventually the woman that she's dating my want a more secure commitment. You know not just be the woman that is in this like marriage as kind of the side piece maybe more. Maybe not i mean this could be her first real encounter with like a serious. You know homosexual relationship. And she might feel like you know what this was the start of it. This isn't what the person i seen myself with like. I don't think the first person that she's going to date is the person that she's going to ride off into the sunset with. She does find that person. Then i think probably no. But then i think ultimately she doesn't stay married. I think she's really. I think what justice that is correct. I think she's been with a man for twenty years. she's had seven children. She's been dealing with sobriety. She has not been sober. She's recently gotten sober. She's getting to the root of why she's been massing all of these emotions which is a heavy burden to hold for that long and she's probably just saying this is my journey now. This is what i'm going on. I'm with somebody. My husband's being supportive were all adapting to this. And we'll see what happens and that marriage might not stay intact. And i don't think it'll be a shocker. Yeah i mean i mean. I commend them for the young kids. I mean the youngest ones tissue. I've to that's an issue to joe if i'm getting into this relationship with this woman and by the way this is your first relationship with another woman and you have small kids like that. Of course i'm gonna let your husband stay in house and care for those kids. I didn't sign up for seven kids. But the other thing is and i love my lesbian systems out there and what i'm about to say i know gay men half to. I'm going to tell you what your fault is. Lesbian women you always wanna turn somebody. Lesbian women love astray wherever they love to turn. They love to show off the new turn and it never works out for them. And it's it's it's a thing it's a thing that they do but you don't think brian wins being turned right i think she's came to this revelation herself by the way. It's always want what we can't have so for a partner woman to be in love with another woman and she still be married. Be with her husband. It's intriguing taboo straight or whatever located it's complicated
School closings threaten gains of students with disabilities
"The closings of schools because of the corona virus pandemic camp threatened gains made by students with disabilities Sharon McGregor is a care giver for fourteen year old Josh what is R. O. in New Jersey he has autism and is nonverbal he's not aggressive meltdowns that were under control before the pandemic the ones who have verbal children seem to be doing better one twelve non verbal children seem to be struggling Joshua briefly went back to school but because of a surge in corona virus cases in New Jersey he's back learning from home we're expected to be teachers physical therapists are professionals get out they just basically one day amounts to us they're going to close school on this is what they expect parents of special needs students are pursuing legal challenges fearing the ground lost during the pandemic will be impossible to recover I'm a Donahue
Anthony Fauci meets with Joe Biden's transition team
"CBS CBS News. News. He He will will remain remain at at the the National National Institutes Institutes of of Health Health felt felt She She also also told told CBS CBS audios audios that that take take out out podcast. podcast. They'll They'll have have a a virtual virtual meeting meeting with with President President elect Biden today. Well, I'm going to be meeting with them today by zoom but by virtually So today will be the first day. Where there will be substantive discussions about the transmission between the transition between me and the Biden team. But she also says he'd like to see more time spent a vetting the Fizer vaccine that's been approved in the U. K. And once it's approved here in the U. S. He is volunteering to take the jab on camera to encourage others to do the same. In
Fauci to have first "substantive discussions" with Biden transition team
"It's 11 07 and Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert. Tell CBS News he will remain at the National Institutes of Health. Dr Fauci says he'll have a virtual meeting with President elect Joe Biden sometime today. Well, I'm going to be meeting with them today by zoom but by virtually so today will be the first day. Where there will be substantive discussions about the transmission between the transition
Interview With Shawn Van Dyke
"John thanks for taking the time to come and chat with us today. How's it. How's it going on doing great man. Thanks for having me. will you give us. I read your bio on your website. But will you give me in the audience of big picture of your background and kind of have to where you are now in. kind of. Give us the backstory. Yeah sir so by education and training or by just sending a lot of tuition money to the university of tennessee. I eventually ended up with a couple of engineering degrees. So i started my career in construction even though that might offend some people when this always used to be an engineer i make fun of engineers used to be one but i got a degree in civil engineering and then a master's in structural engineering and then went out and did the engineering thing for several years and then realized i don't really know how to build anything and i wanted to get out on the job site so transition from i'd say transition from engineering into construction. I really got laid off from the engineering firm. Heart was working for In went and joined project management team for large commercial contractor that. Put me out on large commercial sites Building all sorts of seven are really really like that Did that for a few years than my way. Up working for some architects and then for real estate developer Doing construction management so. I ended up traveling around the country building commercial real estate projects. You know big stores in the out lot developing out lots and all of that kind of stuff in that for several years. And by this time i was married had five kids now so the second kid was on the way my wife was like. I'm glad you're enjoying your job but You gotta stick around mean. I was on the road three or four days a week wherever the projects were so. That was my first business. Started back in. Two thousand five was a construction management and real estate development company. I'm here in knoxville tennessee. So as doing that work here locally then two thousand eight hit and banks were not lending money to real estate developers anymore So i transitioned from there and started a remodeling in general contracting business People these days called a pivot. I didn't realize pivoting at the time. I just time. I had four kids. Three four came back them So put the tool belt on and started a small construction company. Built it up from there and then one of my subcontractors might trim and melwork subcontractor young guy. We went to church together. His business was blowing up because he got into the high end. Trim and melwork work Market here in our area and typical difficult construction business owner great craftsmen horrible business person and he approached me one day and said man. Your i like the way that you run your construction business and everything's always organized I wanna talk to you about how to run a better business. So we met up for lunch and was talking to him about that and giving them some tips and tricks. And and i didn't know he was interviewing me at the time he said. Okay well i think. I need to hire somebody to run my construction business. Much mill work company and He's an acid yeah. I think you should do that. Because you're a horrible business person but you're an awesome. You're awesome craftsmen in great with the guys out in the field and the work was just unbelievable and he just said okay. I want you to do it. And so i thought i was like i got my own thing going on. I'm okay and he's a great salesman and he's like listen. You have a small construction company is gonna take you twenty years to get where you want to be. I'm already in those projects as a subcontractor we've landed some really high end stuff but this business that we just acquired meaning that the projects coming up he said it's gonna put me out of business doing these projects because i don't know what i'm doing and He he so he said I want you to come and run the business. And i thought i bluff bluffing okay. The only way. I'm going to run your business that you let me run the business. You run the field our on the business. But i'm i'm in charge of the business side of it. And he said no problem and he literally pulled out of manila folder with the entire business and it just random paper. Here's the business slid across the table and said you run it and went home talked to my wife and said this is a crazy idea. This is really stupid but my friends gonna suffer and he was right. It was an opportunity to get on some really into high level projects high end projects that i'd already always been wanting to do in such kind of step back and said all right. Maybe we should do this and So bit the bullet went on went. Joined that team as a as the chief operating officer and at the time we had six guys out in the field in within eighteen months we were at twenty two guys in. He was in debt and not making any money. And we kinda turn that around and and that wasn't all me. We had great team a great owner. That had a really good vision and i was just the execute and putting systems in place. Oh did that for about four years and then got another crazy idea saying. Hey what i've done with my businesses and now with this treadmill work business. I think i see the problem here. Within an industry. I can help a lot more business. Owners with systems. All i know construction. It's all i've ever done so after about four years of being the executive there. I left that that job and started writing books and and speaking at industry events and now it's four years later and i've been doing coaching and consulting work strictly for construction business owners since those back in twenty sixteen. So yeah right up for years. We've been doing this Before we move on but are you recommending to your kids. They go to college. You spend a lotta time in college. You said a master's in engineering of some type so talk about that for a second. Are you gonna man. You're gonna make mom hears this. He's gonna get offended. And it. Every time i say but m. i. encouraging my kids to go to college no not specifically i'm encouraging my kids to develop skills in areas that interest them and figuring out how they can make money at it now. Some of those things that some of my kids are interested in now will require them to go to college. But especially as we're seeing in twenty twenty man colleges change. They're still the same tuition rate but they're not allowing you to go on campus and all of the other things that higher said that here's where value is. Now they're saying nope can't come to campus. We're going to do all virtually. So i think the whole world has changed so but to answer your question. No i don't encourage my kids to go to 'cause. I don't discourage them from going to college. The i feel like it's my job as a parent when you're out on your own which i got four boys in a baby girl. I say baby girl. she's five. She's always going to be my baby girl. The boys they're on their own at eighteen. You better figure out how you're gonna make money at eighteen and if that means you're going to college then you know what i took me. I was on the five year plan to get my undergraduate now. Four year plan right but i worked the entire time and paid for most of my most of my college through work. They can do the same thing so And it looked statistically it takes most people at least six years to get an undergraduate degree and only forty percent of incoming freshman even graduate with a degree at all. So yeah do. I encourage them to go that path. Only if it interests them. Only only if that's that's where their future light. Hey you know. One of my kids wants to be a doctor yet. You probably better go to college. I have several of them that are interested in computer stuff in graphic design and other things and got my fourteen year old son this year to start working for a contractor and over the summer and he came home with more money and more cash in his pocket. And said yeah. That's what happens when you go work. And that's what happened with skill so
California COVID-19 cases break daily record again
"Reported more than 20,000 new coronavirus cases yesterday that shatters the state's previous one day record, also a record covert hospitalizations with more than 8500 people now in hospital. In Los Angeles County Public health director Barbara for Rare said she's seeing quote, terrifying increases and numbers and pleaded with people to wear masks. When they're out of their homes. We do have a choice to make each one of us We want to be part of the solution to this horrifying surge, or do we want to be the problem? Because where you fall in this effort now has a life or death consequence, possibly for people you know and love, but certainly for people across the county. Who are loved by others.
US logs a record 3,157 coronavirus deaths in one day
"Million of them could be vaccinated against covid nineteen by march first on wednesday the cdc short the recommended amount of time. People who've been exposed to an infected person should quarantine down from two weeks to ten days or just one week for people who receive a negative coronavirus tests and exhibit no symptoms. Meanwhile the white house. Corona virus taskforce warned governors around the united states. People under forty years old traveled for thanksgiving holiday should assume they're infectious and quote dangerous to
Nebraska Doctor Craves More Help, Less Hero Talk
"As of yesterday nebraska is considered one of the highest risk states in the country and some of alberta. Those patients have ended up in the hospital at the university of nebraska medical center. Where his partner. Dr jasmine marcellin is an infectious disease specialist. This particular hospital is known as one of the most pandemic ready hospitals in the entire country. Back in twenty fourteen. The hospital had one of only a handful of biocontainment units that were prepared to take in a bowl of patients and now it's taking in hundreds of covert patient's doctor merlin. How are things looking right now at the hospital at this point in time well we have been going through a pattern of a surge the last several weeks and we we were noticing that we're seeing more and more patients that are coming through all of that leading up to the hospital becoming more and more full and that was something that we were seeing across nebraska and my understanding is that you started with to covert units last spring But you have a lot more now. Yeah so our our hospital is. We still have a little bit of room. Not much room left how it has progressed over. The last several months has made it so that we a by early last week we had been up to ten covid units that we stood up in the hospital and so several floors of One tower we had to jump to another tower to create more covid units. And we seem to have just need for more and more units being opened. Yeah so. I know that you know. Even though that nebraska has a tremendous amount of cases per capita one of the highest in the country. Right now it does not have a mask mandate in place Many schools remain in person. You know restaurants and bars are open for indoor dining. I think you know it's safe to assume. Many people gathered in in groups over the thanksgiving holiday. What are you anticipating for the trajectory of cases in the region and capacity at the hospital. So usually we expect to see that you know when you see numbers doubling maybe every fourteen to twenty one days we can expect to see that after major events or large gatherings would be anticipating surges. And so as a whole as health care professionals in nebraska. We have all been pretty anxious about the holiday season knowing that. It's really such an integral part of a society to gather together but what we're concerned about is what the impact of people continuing to gather indoors is going to have and i'm just sad for what we could have prevented with more definitive actions. You know quite frankly. Sometimes it's devastating seeing the extent of the damage that this does to individuals and the death that it can cause all of that is just. It's preventable thing. That is the biggest tragedy me is is. It didn't have to be
California Lawmaker Expands Rights For Native American Tribes
"Of artifacts and human remains belonging to indigenous people have been held by museums and other institutions on the first day of the New year. That could change for many tribes in California, the state with the largest indigenous population in the country. A new state law makes it easier for tribes there to reclaim sacred artifacts on the remains of their ancestors. It's one of a trio of new laws addressing Native American rights in the state. All three are authored by Assembly member James Ramos, the first member of the California tribe to serve in the California legislature. I think the voice the true voice of California, Jim People. Indian people in general has been absent here in the state of California, if not other states in the United States. Also, I asked for almost to describe why it has been so hard for so long for California tribes to proclaim artifacts or human remains from museums and what his bill will do to change that. When you look at cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, there's no ferry recognized tribe there. But yet we know that there's ancestral remains of Indian people in those areas. So this bill starts to move forward and identifying California Indian tribes for the purpose of repatriation. It also brings forward the knowledge of tribal elders. So in tribal outers are in disagreement with museum directors over what should be repatriated back to California and people up until this point, although the weight of that knowledge lies with the museum director, so this bill now strengthens the tribal outers their voice to make sure that they have the last say and saying what should be repatriated back. Well, help
Horde of Brazilian bank robbers attack another city, kill 1
"Of command to just one day after similar force struck another city on the opposite side of the country, taking residents hostage as they looted a bank. Robberies took place at the start of December when bank coffers are filled and anticipation of employees withdrawing their year end bonuses. Stocks are lower on Wall Street. This is AP News
"one day" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"And right now again and will go for another breath and it's one day at a time and it's that sense of knowing that even with the day The our very breath and this very moment in the now makes up that day. So it's about being grateful if we can be grateful What with thanksgiving coming up in the holidays and I know it's a place of Pain that a lot of people are in. So i don't mean to negate that with the quarantine and the pandemic going on. I know about all the police. Brutality and the pain in the world. So i send out the love again. Globally and breathe in right here right now the piece the piece which is where all of this love is in this moment the peace and love it lives in this moment and that's where the gratitude is born and we can embrace that every day again. This is about one day at a time and the way we Do one day at a time is a just one moment one heartbeat and now again and again and even in quarantine.
"one day" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Rules and boundaries that I have for myself to avoid getting sick. And I've been thinking about all the little ways that we break those rules how we violate our own lines in the sand who we make exceptions for and why All these coverted hypocrisies. Like do you actually hold the six feet when you're hanging out with friends at a distance? Or when you go on a job, are you wearing the mask the whole time? For me at least the stress of having to lay out my boundaries for other people it's really changed who I'm willing to see and how. I'm Stephanie Loose Man I'm a comedian Chicago. Steph is an areas she has the word chaos tattooed on her right arm. And I wanted to talk to her because she's navigating the same kinds of tensions specifically with her family. But parents don't don't don't tell me the truth like I think my parents keep things from me because. So steps parents, they're looking to buy property and she's been helping them out like going to see buildings in meeting with brokers and they're waiting around for the real estate agent show you know walking around as we were gonNA. Okay. So how's the weekend will up to and they go? Oh Yeah. Your cousin who just came from California he had his birthday party. And I was like, okay. who was on his birthday party? Everybody I was like how many people like forty people steffes parents show her a bunch of pictures. Everyone's dancing having a great time but there is not a mask and sight and I little I immediately backed off as I like six feet if you've been out and social at all in this pandemic, you've probably had a moment like this where you think you're on the same page about covert safety and somewhere in the interaction the other person shows you that y'all are not sharing definitions and I was like, Hey, look like I just we can't see more like today's going to be completely different. Actually I'm not GonNa see these properties with you. We cannot see each other more. Breaking up with them, I said to break off with them. So as I understood, it staff didn't WANNA. See Her parents for her own safety. But as kept talking, it was really clear that stuff's parents weren't the only ones risks. Steph is also breaking her own boundaries. I've got caught up a couple times that I'm not proud of there was this time when someone she barely knew how to really bad bike accident outside of her apartment. So like Letterman my house esque touch their blood, H-. I know but it was such a weird thing to like turn somebody away who was like her. So she lets. She bandages them up then. There was a kiss that happened. At the end and I it's not actually kissed me and I didn't. But I it's not like I turn them away and then I kissed him back and then then I kissed them like I think it's me and then I was like, Oh, my God. Kissing strangers isn't such a deal when it's not the middle of pandemic but in this new context in the personal, the bike were really embarrassed. They definitely didn't hang out again after that night. Then, there were the two parties stuff went to. The first she arrived with a mask, but let her guard down vast Kim. It was just super nice to be around people again, there was a softness to this feeling of life back to normal. Before four she was hit by a wave of guilt. And then I did it again recently. Honest to pardon. Me was like we all know the consequences here. All twenty of us here get a diet again I understand. We're GONNA die together. Because that's what it feels like you. Now, it almost takes the guilt off because you go. This is a birthday party. Nobody's being held hostage here. I don't feel like, I'm like I all these people in jeopardy I would feel that if I hung out with my parents but I don't feel that from going to the party because I do feel that everybody understood. What was happening? There is zero public health logic to what Steph is saying. There isn't even a consistent logic between how she's treating the party she's going to and the one that made her stop seeing her parents. This is my favorite moment in this interview though because it is absurd and also so relatable. Are Cove it hypocrisies need these strange reasonings. I have also had these same spirals of talking myself out of feeling guilty for putting myself and others at risk. Consciously and subconsciously. I think my parents would probably still see me but I don't want. I wouldn't want that you know. So is it a matter like whose life you're willing to put at risk? Well that's just it. It's not I. Don't think. I. Put those people's lives at risk. I do. I I. Did I mean I think that's Ron I did put their life at risk. But I. Like I'm just not going to do it I. You, know so..
"one day" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Was unanticipated. Relative I other crises you'd seen in your career you've been out for a long time did did it frighten you relative to that or did it seem like? Okay well, this is GONNA be another crisis but manageable. That's a great question I think that In public health part of the training that we do is sort of training how to roll with the punches so to speak, and so even though we saw this as a setback, it wasn't something that we looked at is something that was insurmountable and so you know we adjusted our game plan until we were able to get the test from the CDC. Mind you. We didn't expect that it was gonNA take three weeks and and there was you know that was a major issue for us because it felt like in many respects you know our federal partners were not helping us to the degree that we had been used to in the past. and. You know from that point forward there is a great deal of public disagreement about what actually when everybody said and did and. I want to pick it apart a little bit just to see what if anything we can learn from just how people react in the moment of crisis, and so you know the New York Times has reported on internal emails from Dr Michael Katz who runs the health and Hospitals Corporation. That's a separate department from the health. Department for people who don't Know How New York City government works, and as late as early March he was advising the mayor not to shut down large gatherings saying that it going to be as bad as Italy. At the time other reporting suggests your department was urging a much more aggressive response. But publicly at least I mean you had said at a press conference right about the in that people shouldn't be wearing masks. We shouldn't be ceiling ourselves off off in their apartment I mean. What did you think about how bad things could get in and what was the conversation the administration at the time? What were you telling the mayor? Of the things that we learned early on and and.
"one day" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"You the first thing amaze me when I came to New York was so many tall buildings slight men. This is crazy. So imagine being just that visual you can socket Google period, the visuals of Rucker Park back in the seventies and eighties when came through it just like hanging offenses into the visuals of that are so iconic. That helped make basketball become the heartbeat of an inner-city which. Also rap music fed off of, and that's why they're one in one in itself. Nowadays. But what are your thoughts? please. Tweet US please call in I wanNA hear what people had to say about this one. I think basketball is is universal. You know like the Larry Bird and a in a in a cutout cornfield with no concrete just getting shots up and they and he's got he's got one basketball by the fire I remember reading this about him and one because the ballgame cold and stop bouncing. So he would switch out the basketball's as we get more shots up when it was cold outside that's no less basketball than kingdom in Rucker Park and thousands of people in pros. So I think it's universal. Thing and but I also feel like New York City has just more hoops that are full of people. When I drive around L. A., they'll have like these like high school parking lots that have like six full court hoops next to each other with no basketball players on them. It's always kinda like it's always amazed me and then I'll I'll see so many empty courts and in New York City, you'll see a lot of empty courts. You know you see a lot of people on those courts playing. Go j-league it twenty second time out because I WANNA do a distinction that you just said that I just said the May go over a lot of people's heads I said the essence. Of this conversation when you're talking about the Mecca starts on the BLACKTOP. Therefore means this was taking place outside outdoors. That's a vast difference Jacoby playing outside. For playing Jim. please. Continue. And also I think in a lot of other cities when you get good good and you're about twelve or thirteen, you kinda stop playing outside like that. You scooped up by coaches in leagues in a US and and just meeting your friends on the on the afternoon at two o'clock or walking by a court and saying I want to get this running. I've got jeans on doesn't matter like I just feel like. Growing, up. You can do that. You can do that grow up in New York. Not, not, all of the all of the auditor legends that play ball coming up in New York Day still put on in played outside. That's what I'm saying for the call. That's exactly what I'm saying it. It wasn't just like, Oh, now I'm good enough. I'm too good to be outside because now I've got read I've got this this practice at four o'clock inside and then this and that lead to spend the entire. went to rucker par do how many? Thousands of people listening this right now being like, yeah we did the exact same thing in Cincinnati. Yeah. We did. We did the exact same thing in Jacksonville? Yeah. We did the exact same thing in Seattle because it's like you know people play outside everywhere you know but I just feel like this. There's something a little different about the architecture and Co. New York City. Now when I say talking about playing outside I mean players everybody from Dr Jada Kobe Bryant playing outside while they're MBA superstars. That's different. was happening in Cincinnati. Drew Inside. Talking about. Outdoors playing outdoors free basketball to anybody who has eyeballs. That that's the essence of the game outdoors. In. At the park the people enough near did you ever play at the Rucker Doug? You right now is going to be like twelve year olds. Like it's now. Just, a court like if you right now, it'd be like a six year old and twelve year old playing you twenty one you know what I mean like it's not it's your plant the cage like, yeah, it's. Run it's WACK. They're like most of the time you know like the legendary cards is open for anybody to play it you can just wild with do it. How about this? How about this? Almost is rare now for great highschool prospects to be playing outside as it is to see a left handed shortstop and Major League Baseball. Because once you start to become a player like you said. The system takes you from the essence. See you start playing in your backyard. Why? Because Free Stop play at the Park Wa 'cause valuable and there so people want to invest in your Oh, you gotTa Jump Shot Hey court can complain, hey man, my uncle's a trainer man he wanted to push out there. So late. And Every Wednesday night at eight o'clock we played there and then once you start doing that took. You you just you hit the nail on the head, though the system takes you away from the essence. You know and I feel like that's the least true here. Prior played, it played a Parka. Played a P. Walk. Play outdoors. My whole. When I was in college, I was playing outside. Still. Walls Michigan. Staying, outside on. Saturday I was playing outside on Saturday. Kids want next. You know what I mean we waxman the. Dog Look Y'all at fourteen years a whole lake. Fourteen year old but taking happen we're forty like for forty I. Love it though I, love you know what I don't love my knees hurt today that was three days ago I went on a job yesterday afterwards, Nia knees don't feel good at all. He's don't feel good. Things for your knees and your. Ends up that's what I mean. It takes you from the essence because it's like, Hey, I know you really likes ice cream. Let me tell you onto this low fat version I'll let me tell you every time to this version. Is like this like this like this and and then you get watered down to what from what you like to society makes you feel like you should be doing and sometimes it's was best for you. It doesn't necessarily. Create a level of endurance because telling me tell you some plan outside. Playing outside. Playing hurt or somebody testimony jump shot. You know if you've got gotta jump shot play outside. Okay. You because you play outside. Okay accuracy changes. You know what I'm saying because the weather's going. Conditional release in Rams. Yes. Of course, there are flat dog snuff. Let like..
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"one day" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"He's Jalen rose I'm David Jacoby we. Kobe what is it that we do? We give the people. What they saw. Donald Mitchell fifty seven points in a loss. In the Celtics, beat the seventy sixers and the raptors absolutely dominated the nets but we start. Late. Last night with Luca facing off against the clippers and it was just too much for the mavs Kawai Leonard and Paul George both scored a lot of points and got clutch buckets down the stretch to beat the Mavericks Jalen. What were your big takeaways from this late night contest the best wing dual in the league. And for those that don't know. Anthony Davis. Janas they're not wings, Paul George Koala egner locked down defensively. You you buckets off the dribble in pick and roll actions. They could go one on one. They do things that you can't just drop. On. The board to Kobe in. So those guys get going against a massive shows, their depp and it was terrific to see co I hit a couple of key buckets but don't sleep on more seniors contribution 'cause I've been waiting on him to provide. That level of toughness and productivity of front, and he was the guy that got under kp skin the ultimate left for led to him getting did. Not, just that, but we do have to celebrate Luca because we know what Paul. George and. Capable of and in Lucas First playoff appearance, he scored more than anyone in the history of the NBA ever scored in their first play-off experience and one of the things about this matchup. There was so tough for him as they have PG and Co. as you mentioned to the best wing defenders, they put in front of him and it really didn't matter what they put in front of him because he just kind of figured out luther little sidestep and even without KP and the game he kept this teen closed I was really impressed by Luca, what do you think? I love his game so much in his pace in his demeanor and. He he he kills you on all phases like he's not an accurate three point shooter juice yet low thirties. But every time he shoots, it seems like is going in because he has a signature shot is step back and his courses. Once he is inside the three point line players active, he could kick it out to the three point line earlier. Late, he could pass people open basket. He could throw the Lai pass and he finishes with both hands and he's bigger and stronger than people give him credit for. And he initially you know has some jitters in my opinion got off to a slow start us high turnovers in that game in particular to start to gain. But he went to the locker room like Maria Taylor said he got out of his own bag. Okay. Because he could cause Luca is that phenomenal player in? So to watch him get going against that defensive team to Kobe I agree you might be on something when you say these guys got a chance to win a championship in the next couple of years. And I love I. Love The way he passes when he penetrates seems like no stay in front of him even though he's not the quickest guys in the court and he doesn't just make the simple past of the corner or that initial health person he'll sort of look that person get to the second rotation than it hit steph curry like he's seeing. Things out there that shouldn't be seeing in your first playoff appearance to just sort of run the game and run the offense. The way he did was really really impressive. However, they did lose and you know one of the factors their loss was, as you alluded to earlier, the ejection of kristaps. Porzingis, who got two fouls did he deserve these technical fouls? Probably but maybe not humanly, do you know what I mean like the first one he maybe not should've gotten that one for reactively certainly reacted this one. He did not step into the sort of stop the altercation. He might sort of incident in made it a bit bigger of a deal Jalen there's a lot of backlash on the Internet on social media and amongst the media that he should not have been objective ejected. How do you feel about it? Not, many times I actually get to be a parent a rule. I forty seven I'm in a room with seventeen year olds especially a lay my kid. There are a lot smarter way more disciplined in me. Let me just tell everybody something. KRISTAPS porzingis yet what soft like of Dirk tweeted yet was petty light. Lebron and Patrick Mahomes felt. But you know what he did he broke the rule and when you throw an Air Punch in NBA playoff game, the officials are going to call a technical every time. That's just the rule. It wasn't personal. They didn't pick on him. When you interject yourself into a situation when you already have a technical foul, you have to be conscious of that. It was an NBA classic. A And you allowed that to let you get injected. Jacoby you gotta stay in the Game Man. Let somebody else that we don't know who their name is get into that huffing and puffing with more senior and give them a chance to take game on. Trust me he. He's GonNa. Tell he's not going to allow himself to be put in that position again and getting checked. You know when the clippers got into the next huddle, everyone gave more senior pound and we're like good work. Here for you know that's indicative I ask for. The other team is celebrated like that because you've got sort of you know you got involved into an altercation. We've been looking at the stars, these superstars with Luca PGA, Kawai KP in the way that they play. But one thing we also want to point out is what recall allows been doing with his press conferences. Let's just take a listen. 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"one day" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
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We've got some very big news at the double digit moves and there's this quite a lot of them with saying wives is up thirty seven seven percent Way Power up fifty four percent of the market moving quite well at the moment ladies and gentlemen and It is a market we need to be keeping a is on very closely at the moment now go to Bitcoin yes tonight. Those who've done mycosis look exactly what that trading strategies little cradle and yet it didn't start off rather than him average that's holding wrought at the bottom line. Is this guys at the end of the day. My job is tight. Good traits I know the money will come if I tried well. And you know I'm very happy. With how trading at the moment We've had we've had massive without about five or six polling. Actually twenty five or six tried to go out to members that have achieved saved tenneco mole. And what a main by that is Kahane dollars in you. You get back a thousand. 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"one day" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Kick off this magical year of twenty twenty clarity. Let's begin with our first story. Series of all sparkle stories Martin and Sylvia. Now this one is a story about how Martin and Sylvia Sylvia's celebrate the New Year in their town. And maybe you all have something similar in your town. Were so very grateful to have you you all with us. We love what we do and we look forward every week to telling you more stories so here is first. First Day from Martin and Sylvia enjoy the first day Martin and Sylvia live in a tall house with lots of windows from their second story. Loft bedroom they can see their backyard covered in a thick blanket of snow. They can also see the Snow Snow Daddy and the Snow Mama. They made after the big storm. Martin who was seven did most of the snowball rolling and lifting. He was proud of his new seven-year-old strength and love to make bigger and bigger snowballs to see how much he could carry. Sylvia who was five and didn't enjoy lifting his much preferred to do the packing and decorating. She ran inside to to get hats and carrots and then added them for the final touch. The daddy was in a bright orange hat with ear flaps and the Mama had a long striped hat and a purple scarf both had carrot noses and sticks arms every morning since Martin and Sylvia would wake to check on their snow people as if to check if they hadn't moved about in the night right sometime. Sylvia was convinced that they had pointing out that the hat was slightly ajar or the arms were noticeably. Ably lower I think they were dancing. Sylvia would say with a smile. Snowmen don't dance. They're just snow. Oh Martin would say they don't move they they melt that's all Sylvia didn't like it. When he talked to her that way one morning they woke to see the Snow Mama and Snow Daddy covered in new snow a lot of snow? There had been another storm and while they slept and now the playhouse the garden posts bill. Bill's Doghouse and the snow. People merely looked like big lumps. In a smooth ooh field of white it snowed shouted Sylvia and just in time for first day said Daddy He. While making breakfast in the kitchen below Martin and Sylvia looked at each other with wide excited smiles on their faces. First are stay first. Day was a festival in their downtown's celebrating the New Year. The Gazebo in the green was lit up in colored lights and there were booths of hot chocolate and fresh baked muffins shops around the green always had special window displays displays and treats on offer. Sometimes there were musicians when it was warm enough the big event though was the ice and snow snow sculpting real life. Artists would take a chunk of pure ice and sculpt it into amazing shapes and forms. One time there was a huge seal with a ball on its nose another time. There was a king in His throne and one year. There was a winged horse. Sylvia loved that sculpture and often talked about it though. The ice sculptures were artists. The snow sculpture was is for everyone and often people formed in teams. People who worked in the same shop could form a team. School groups formed a team. Neighbors neighbors often formed teams this year. Martin Sylvia's family decided to form a team with their neighbors. The browns Mr and Mrs Brown were farmers and their children were all grown up now. Mr Brown was always part of every parade downtown and liked to ride right bell his horse and dress up in his pretend civil war uniform or an old time farmer costume Mrs Brown also enjoy dressing dressing up and wore long hoop skirts and walked along next to the horse waving and chatting with the people watching they were a lot of fun breakfasting Martin and Sylvia talked about the snow sculpting and what they wanted to do daddy said that the theme for this first day was magical New Year so the sculptures needed to have something to do with magic. Let's make a castle with a giant peaking. Its head out from behind said Martin Mama and Daddy got excited about this idea and started planning. They had the tools to build snow blocks for the castle and the giant could just be a huge snowman as they were talking. Sylvia interrupted I want to make a horse Horse with wings a flying horse. It was quiet for a moment and then Martin chimed in nats too to hard for snow the wings would fall off no they wouldn't shouted. Sylvia suddenly very angry now. Sylvia said Daddy. There's no need need to yell. I understand you want to make a flying horse but I have to say I think Martin is right. It's too tricky with snow. I I can see trying it with ice but snow wouldn't hold up. Yes it would. And I'm not making a castle and a giant said Sylvia now furious Sylvia said Mama about to reason with her but Sylvia quickly clapped her hands over her ears and frowned fiercely. Well well okay then said daddy as they finished up their breakfast and started to get ready. Mommy and daddy hustled. Muscled children to get ready so they could meet. The browns downtown Martin was enthusiastic and got himself already waited. Outside with Celia via was still upset was dragging her feet. She couldn't find her hat. Her Mittens or boots and then she was too tired to put any of them on. Daddy started to get frustrated. Sylvia you can get yourself dressed. You dress yourself every morning to go outside and work on your snowman man. So what is the difference about this morning. I'm too tired today. Sylvia said with a tight frown. She was still very angry eventually. They were all in the truck and on their way. Downtown Martin was remembering the snow sculptures from the previous year and said this this year. His best friend. Sasha in her family were helping the Volunteer Fire Department sculpture. He said they were going to make dragon get it dragons. Breathe Fire Fire Department Martin. Mama and daddy laughed. Sylvia was quiet when they arrived downtown downtown they could see it filled with people. It looked like a bigger crowd than last year. People were sipping hot. Cocoa in nibbling on muffins some were shopping and walking the green many were watching the ice sculptors working when they got to the green. They watched a sculptor after working on what looked like the inside of a clock. Sylvia saw one working on a Unicorn and pulled her mama over to look. After a cup of Cocoa Sylvia was feeling better in started to smile at all. The beautiful sculptures then came time to work on the snow sculptures and Silvia's mood changed again. They met the browns and Martin immediately told them about his plan to make a castle missile with giant. The browns thought that would be great fun and they looked for a spot to work. Sylvia folded her arms and refuse is to come. Daddy explained that she wanted to make a flying horse a horse with wings and they had all agreed. It was too difficult. Mr Brown tried to help by making light of it. All horses are hard enough as it is. You want to add wings my words Sylvia. You sure knew how to make a challenge. I'll stick to a castle made of simple bricks. Thank you very much then. He laughed and rubbed her hatted head with his big hand. She did not think it was funny. Turned Away Mama spoke up now Sylvia. There's no need to be rude. Oh it's all right said Mrs Brown kneeling to be Sylvia's level. Mr Brown doesn't mind and besides he didn't really understand any way did he. Sylvia Sylvia looked Mrs Brown with big eyes. Shook her head. The others left to get to work. While Mrs Brown's stayed with Sylvia they watched as Martin told all the adults adults what they should do. Daddy got to work on the giants body while Momma started making snow bricks. Mr Brown helped but mostly he told jokes folks. Mrs Brown giggled. What Mr Brown doesn't understand is what it's like to be the youngest but but I know what it's like? Do you know how many older brothers and sisters I have. Sylvia shook her head seven. Three brothers and four sisters. There are eight of US eight. Can you believe it. Sylvia's eyes were wide as she shook her head again. Mrs Brown continued so growing up. I had mom I had dad and seven others always telling me what to do. I never had say in anything. It was always do this do that. No that's not right do it. This way Sylvia nodded. Martin is always telling me what to do. He says my flying horse won't work. She looked like she was going to cry by. Mrs Brown nodded sympathetically. Is that what you want to build today for the festival Sylvia looked a little embarrassed harassed. We wanted to but the wings will probably fall off. Mrs Brown smiled. Not If they're invisible. Sylvia was confused invisible wings. That's right the theme is supposed is to be magic and invisible wings would certainly qualify for magic. How about you and I make a horse with invisible Wings that way people will be even more surprised when he flies. They both laughed Sylvia. I was feeling much better. Let's make the horse like it's going into the castle for food after it flew through the air. Yes said Mrs Brown. The Castle can be it's barn and giant can be the farmer said Sylvia and they went to work mark while Mama and Mr Brown made the bricks for the castle and Martin Daddy made the giant Sylvia and Mrs Brown made the Horse at first they tried making it stand up but that was too tricky so the horse rested on the ground with its legs folded when they all all finished they stood back and saw how everything fit perfectly. The castle was up two daddies Chin and the big giants head head. Peaked out over the top. Mr Brown gave him big ears and a huge nose. At the base was a door that was open and Sylvia's Sylvia's horse was contentedly lying down looking at the door a different family came by to look at it and the little boy there said. Look the Horse Mama. He's sleeping. Sylvia looked at the boy. It's a magic horse. He has invisible wings. The boys is grew wide as he looked for the wings. Martin put his hand on Sylvia's shoulder. Nice Horse Martin. said that was a good idea. Thanks said Sylvia and brother and sister. Her went hand in hand around the green looking at all the snow sculptures that the town created all welcoming in a magical well new year..
"one day" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"It's close that sign is that's where i live. That's of course if you're going to say west virginia. Why are you not going west virginia pitt. Are you kidding like you're throwing ohio state in there. Come on joey involvement west virginia ohio but right. It's it's an ohio state and west virginia or not rival rivalry. Can you make you make it around the city. That's right. We're creating a rivalry just just like he's from ohio year from texas. Everyone got to get some love and we're all good. We're even arguing about rivalries. That's why it's so good coming up tonight. It's an annual tradition. Some of the best players in college football are going to be talked about. You've got two of the alabama quarterback you've got trevor lawrence the clintons and superstar who went the national championship so many players in the preseason herbie's tonight for more. Here's davis may we're going to hand out the preseason herbie awards tonight at seven o'clock eastern on e._s._p._n. Always have to be guys at burst onto the scene. Kind of breakout get two different level. Who are the nominee the breakout star yeah guys who as you said ready to kind of take that next step trooper hubbard last year backed up justice hill now it's his turn and i think this offense has a chance to put up some points and they're going to have a balanced attack. I think he has a chance to get out and space last year so impressed. He went over seven hundred yards now. It's his turn impressed with his speed last year when he got out in the open field kellyn mon- last year gave us a taste glimpse of what he can do at times jimbo fisher's offense. I think the consistency is where are you gonna see a difference. Virtually every receiver except tied in is becka right. There is back. I expect him to put a huge numbers in that second year jimbo system dylan moses now. It's his turn always when oakland when alabama has a great defense they always have great leadership in the middle over the years. It's been hightower. It's been a role mclean. It's been c._j. Moseley it's been reggie ragland. We thought it'd be him back wilson last year. It was not this year. It is moses. The herbie award for breakout breakout star goes to alabama linebacker dylan moses. He's been waiting on this kirk. He's been a star in recruiting surplus into is in about the seventh grade. This didn't have to have that leadership. He'll probably be playing with freshmen beside yeah yeah. They've got an angry football team after the way they performed on the big stage in the national title. I don't think it's an addition by subtraction situation with max wilson leaving going onto the n._f._l. Dig allows moses to kind of take over and being that guy. I don't think he's going to be a raw reggie. Gee raglan kind of guy. I think he's going to be a little bit more of a c._j. Moseley type. He's a quiet leader which is fine. Everybody leads differently but somebody on that defense needs to emerge because when bama has an elite defense they have an individual guy that kind of steps up to provide that i think he could be the guy he went and met with sabin after that clemson game he wants the type of leadership role on this team of course the herbie's always built in the crowning moment big..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"The opportunity. The rest is history college. Football's clash not just teams but of cultures identities rivals hate each other it just talk about respect only one way you get respect s by looking somebody in the eye for sixty minutes say hey baby here. I am now. Let me see your runs through now. That passion separates college football from every other sport in the united states unless your passions are strong enough word this report. We play a team here. National champion team team the team. I will tell you there is so much great content coming up as we celebrate the one hundred fifty th year of college football in a game that we all love one of the great things about this sport are the rivalries mcelroy. Which rivalry game do you wish was played texas a. and m. texas because both both fan bases. You can survey longhorn fans and aggie fans and the boat tell you we don't need that game. We're better than them now. We've left them behind. That's exactly what the gain needs to be played. I'm from dallas texas and yes texas and oklahoma was always a rivalry that i put front and center of my childhood but texas tech sanam around thanksgiving giving was one that i always had such a huge interest in so the fact that tech sam is now gone onto the s._e._c. and texas becoming resurgent in the big twelve. It's one that has to absolutely come permission here sooner than later so i'd love to see it play. I agree with you greg. I haven techs go to the s._e._c. See but again. I go back home. I grew up in ohio which is right across the river from west virginia. I would love to see ohio state west virginia play. I mean the border states the plane each other. It's fun. That's what makes college football different as the robbery games and if we could create more of them i think it just helps out the sport now for those of us. Who have the same reaction. Some of us had when when joey pits this west virginia ohio state we're thinking what is he talking about. How is this even a rivalry game well. We'll show you one hundred five miles news from columbus to morgantown so just over a three hour drive to get from campus to campus. There's a look okay okay. It's close that sign is that's where i live. That's of course if you're going to say west virginia. Why are you not going west virginia pitt. Are you kidding.
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"Network. Ken jalen make it hurts so good from bama is the new star of oklahoma. We'll talk transfer quarterbacks coming up next on college. The phone live the welcome back to college college football presented by davies bed. We have two weeks zero. Oh games arizona make the trip across the pacific. Take on hawaii kevin supplemented his second year in the desert armed with khalil tate whose twenty six touchdown passes last season and were fourth most in the pac twelve so mcelroy. What is your quarterback crystal ball saying about a guy that last year was on the cover verve sports illustrated and khalil tate is perhaps the heisman trophy favorite bryce love or the two heisman trophy favorites going into last season just think about bad for a minute both of which kind of fell off the map early but i liked khalil tate and another year with noel mazzone the office of coordinator and kevin someone the head coach there in tucson use on you have to think they're going to get back to doing what take did so electrically there at the end of the two thousand seventeen season a little less throwing a little more running and a healthy tate can provide real spark to an offense so that might become must watch. It becomes a shootout there on the island against hawaii. I think we've focused so much on khalil tate. We don't really focus on someone has to win. Games and it's not like the year before arizona won a ton of games and last year they didn't. They weren't very good. When khalil tate was good good versus last year when he wasn't very good they have to figure out a way for this football team to win football games and if that means khalil tate doesn't run for as many yards or passes for more yards whatever it is kevin someone better figure it out pretty fast and defensively domestic stop some people and give their quarterback a chance to put some points on the board those. I thought that was the perfect marriage tatum. Someone just didn't get your one in tucson for either of them. Let's go to perhaps one of the most notable transfers this off season. Jalen hurts leaving alabama to go to oklahoma hurts. No pressure cuyler. Mary baker mayfield number. One picks heisman trophy winners mcelroy had is this all worked out for hurts who a lot of people there have around. He's struggles throwing the ball. I'm still curious to see what this off. It's going to look like now. Lincoln riley is a quarterback guru. No one's going to argue that but anyone that suggests jalen hurts throws the ball with the same level of effectiveness baker mayfield kyla murray. They're not watching the same tapers tape. I watched the last year so we'll they resort more to a quarterback run game. We'll they slow it down. Just a touch will rely more throws that are underneath giving it to to the wide receivers letting them run with the football because jalen hurts just not a naturally very accurate passer now he's grown a lot and improved over the last few years but hasn't grown to the point where he's going to be the first overall pick so i expect this offense to adjust slightly plus then run the football and melton a little clock. We'll take a little pressure out that defense to joey. I think he's fun to watch and i think he's going to be better. You thinking offense greg when you watch oklahoma's offense regardless of who the quarterback is they always have wide open receivers running and i made a statement a couple a couple years ago when his baker mayfield. It was hard to tell how good baker mayfield really was because the offense that they're running guys were wide open. I i love watching this offense because of the openness now we talk about big playability ability to take off running dealing herself as well as anybody and again you you can see like if you can do that in the big twelve you can run the ball as a quarterback. You're going to open up a whole new realm in this offense and i think he's going to be extremely family..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"Advance a little bit further. The expectations are high but i think they're reasonable. Just knowing how talented this young man is had a chance to call the clemson spring game in having the tencent with davos and his office and talk about whatever lawrence was in the spring and that will san he been so good that he really didn't have a chance to coach him because he was just on with everything thing and then he had a bad day and finally got a chance to jump on him but he's been that good that dabble hadn't had to do coaching this young man and you can see it in the clips that did you show dare greg. He's throwing the ball. Ross higgins outside their six six so he just brought up there. They can go get it. Rogers is back in the backfield this offense this is abc loaded and for young quarterback to have the competence and his receivers and he can just throw them anywhere and not six guys going to go up and make a play for you. Come down with it. <hes> that's just going to elevate his game and i think by the end of the season we you'll definitely be making a trip to new york because not only is he good but he has great weapons around him. You mentioned t higgins. He came in at tenth and mel kiper jr's latest big board for n._f._l. Draft projects and scare justin ross is also a sophomore with trevor lord six receptions hundred and fifty three touchdown in the national national championship game for ross. You mentioned daboh sweney who came out swinging winging after it was a looted to that perhaps alabama was tired in the national championship game davos says and i quote my thing on that is are you serious. They're tired tired then you look at clubs when we twelve games by twenty plus who really challenged alabama s._e._c. They didn't get challenged anybody until the georgia game people get amnesia five six seven years ago. The rhetoric was that an a._c._c. team is not going to win a national championship because they don't play anybody during the season so then they get to the postseason and they're just just not prepared for the bad boys well now. They flipped it around in. The only reason we're winning is because we don't play anybody in the a._c._c. See that to that point. I'll give you this the a._c._c.'s that one team. One team ranked in the top twenty in its clemson s._e._c. See has six the arguments there with the rank is talk and season preseason rankings of mcelroy. What do you make dabbles comments. Why are we still kind of disrespecting the tigers. Daboh paid someone and planted a reporter out there to ask that question to create that edge because everything i've heard about clemson last year and clemson this year is just how fantastic they are but that's not really how clemson's been built. That's not how clemson got to this point. Clemson has found an edge every single year including last year. When data came out famously said oh we don't worry about us. Hey we're on the rusty al-basra on the roy bus and everybody else a- all this talk about bama. Don't worry about us little clemson over here. He's created an edge in a mantra and that they don't get any respect. It's absolutely ludicrous because clemson is one of if not the premier programs in all of college football and the scary thing is they're only getting better especially with trevor lawrence his youth in the youth..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"If you're watching college football presented by ben we know jim. Harbaugh is back in the headlines for a line in a forthcoming book in which he is quoted the same hard to beat the cheaters exactly which schools he was referring to it is unclear joey greg and matt back with you on college. Football live mcelroy. Let's start with you on this one. What do you make of jim. Harbaugh comet summit. It feels deflection. I mean naturally jim. Harbaugh has always trying to create some interest within the program especially in the off season but he's essentially saying that teams are tilting the playing field in their favor. He talks about how it's hard to recruit on the same playing field against some of those teams that he's referring to. I went back and looked at the recruiting classes and how they finished while jim harbaugh has been ann arbor they have not finished lower than eight with the exception of one year where they finished twentieth nia because they could only sign twenty players because their team was extremely young so i'm trying to figure out why he's deflecting attention from his program. Yes the performances have been subpar offer michigan at times but this is one of those things. I just don't understand why he feels the need to go there. Joey the fact that we're discussing. This is a win for jim harbaugh. He would love to discuss anything besides his record against ohio state his record in the big games and since he's been you're correct. It's all been the statements about how stuff off of the football field even statement. He made about urban meyer early. In the year again. It takes away from focusing on the fact that he's recruited critic very well in the bigger games for michigan they had showed up and played very well. This is his chance to to make that right but right now. We're talking talking about things that jim harbaugh said as opposed to what his team has done on the field and you imagine comedy set about urban meyer. He said controversy follows him urban. Wherever he goes and harbaugh the record could speaks for itself one and nine against top ten teams in his four years in ann arbor michigan has coming back shape patterson first time a quarterback has come back and returned as the starter since harbor turn to ann arbor greg. Is this the year that that he needs to get it done yeah aw because if ryan day takes over at ohio state then you can no longer discuss it as well. He just can't get past urban meyer..
"one day" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"I should say not never, but rarely do you see a great boxer who grew up. With out any I'm gonna prove you wrong, or I'm going to show you or are. I was Bob without something to prove something to prove something to prove you show me a young boy with nothing to prove on. I'll show you fat. Lazy twenty two year old one day for the most part a little element of I got something to prove. And well, you should know we'd some we did not talk when we talked on the phone the other day, and I felt remiss in not bringing this up. There was a couple law school professors. I've talked about this over the years where they did a study on the noticed there were certain trends in their students at Yale Law School, right there, you all school, and they noticed the class was filled with Nigerians Chinese and Jewish. They were like, what are these three groups have in common, their they're they're all getting into your law school? They're all you know, doing working their asses off. And so they went and they studied essentially immigrant behavior, and what they discovered is people come in here. The second generation the first generation. Sacrifices for the second. They teach the second generation that they're here for a purpose that there's something special that they're representing, you know, their culture their nation. Whatever delayed gratification. Sure is the key in that education. Right. So special delay education. That's it those were the ingredients, and they found it in these particular kids, how do the Nigerians -til with systemic racism by being special. I'll let you think about that. I I'll tell you about kY duration happy couples stuck about what they need in the bedroom. That's why they use Kyi duration. Many men went to last longer says five partner and yet use tricks to distract themselves and ladies, you should get what you.
"one day" Discussed on Safe For Work
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"one day" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Because i can now fully admit that i'm human um i again i think like writing in creating my work kinda prevents that like full feeling of collapse where it's like okay so i'm not getting work all right a play and put it up like there's always that safety of like the writing gives me freedom or i'll just go insane maybe over crazy and it'll be polaris erasers front you'll be fun either way heloc it'll be a wry their way it'll be leslie just to by having pro created when i go full craze rachel bloom thank you so much for coming on balls i was really great to see thank you for having me rachel blooming i talked in 2016 crazy ex girlfriend just wrapped up its third season on the sea w you can stream all three seasons right now on net flex it's balls i i've jesse thorn my guests are gloria calderon it and mike royce did a cocreators of one day at a time we talked last year the show is a reboot of the classic norman lear sitcoms from nineteen 75 gloria and mike collaborated with lear on the concept of the show what kind of family to focus on how to translate jokes and bits that are now more than thirty years old and the end result is a show that captures norman lear says spirit pretty perfectly it sincere but it has a bite to it takes an old standby format multi camera sitcoms and turns it into a reflection of our world today one that is diverse little messy and really funny the show centers around a three generation cuban american family living in the same home penelope played by justino machado.